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PAGE SIX. THE DAISY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 103S. *, Courier C/assi/ied Advertisements 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9c cash; 10c. charge. For Quick Results .-CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. f=, / Ads to Be Run 3 Times: r~, w Per line, 7c cash: 80 charge. "=Â· Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c cash; 7c charge. These Rotes Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. -...". Â· .-"There are five (5) average words to each line.' ".Cards of Thanks/'. 50c RaiRate. , Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-TakeV. 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! ' Â· Announcements In Mcmorlam BUFANO--In loving memory of our - dear_ son and brother. Prank Bufano. Â· Jr.. who died. February 22, 1037. Sadly missed by Mr. and Mr*. Frank Bufano " and family and friends. ~. Flowers and Mounrmr Goods 1 BASKETS SPRAYS " AT REASONABLE PRICES! P. H. DeMUTH. SONS . tTVILLE--59 SCOTTDALB--334 funeral Directors. --SIBEL FUNERAL HOME-- " - "The Last Word In Funeral Service." CALL, CONNELLSVILLE ISO. Strayed, Lost. Found LOST--Boston Terrier, male.: dark brlndte ; and "white, wearing brass studded black harness. Liberal reward II returned 302 North Prospect Street. STRAYED--Tan and white collie doff. License No. 3887. Reward. Phone 166-W. Business Service Business Service Offered 18 CALL FISHER--FOR AWNINCS. . FURNITURE REPAIRING . . UPHOLSTERING. QUALITY WORK. PHONE 0345. $1 OILS--And makes -minor adjustments on any sewing machine In your home. Parti extra. Phono 830. Trout/nan's. Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 OK SALE--Pony, sot harness.. spring w\ffon. plow and harrow, cultivator and shovel plow. R. C. Turns, Rcldmorc. FOR SALE--Sato, 34x30x55. You can set own combination. $50 00 delivered. Phone 444. INSURANCE ALL KINDS EXCEPT LIFE FAYETTE-REALTY CO. PHONE 1375.. T. D. GARDNER. MGR. RELIABLE INSURANCE -- Al! kinds. James R. I.aushlln--INSURANCE. Sec me tor rates. 303 First National Bank Building. Phone 520. Moving. Trucklnr, Storaro 25 Automotive Automobiles for Sale. 11 SEE THEM TODAY! O.-K. USED CARS - INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREET OR ON OUR USED CAR LOT WEST CRAWFORD AVE. NEXT TO THE STATE LIQUOR STORE MASON MOTOR COMPANY ' 127 WEST APPLE STREET PHONE 105. Open Evenings 'till 8 o'clock. Open Sundays .till 6 o'clock. SEE OUR VISED CARS NOW ON DISPLAY ON OCR USED CAR LOT AND ON OUR SECOND FLOOR WEST SIDE MOTOR CO. W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE "W7.' LATE MODEL USED CARS! HETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO. SCOTTDALE. PENSA. PHONE 407 LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES S56 Z. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 12M FINE LATE MODEL USED CARS E. E. VAN SCOY, INC. 259 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE S43 Autos, Accessories, Tires, Parts 13 EVERY LOAD INSURED! one distance and local moving. Modern storage for household goods. We do crating for shipment by roll. Dull's Transfer Storage. Phone 50, 122 E. Peach street. Prlntlnc, Eniravinjr, BinOinc 27 E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUR PRINTING WORK1 Letter Heads!--Bill Heads! For Rent Cardsl--For Sale Cards! alllnc Cardsl--Hand B11U1--Binding! No Trespassing Signs For Sale! All Work Guaranteed! At Reasonable Ratoftl COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. ONE 65. COURIER BLDG OR PHONE RESIDENCE. 81. Professional Services CORRECT FITTING TRUSSES -- Elastic Hosiery and other surgical -ippliances A, A. Clarke. P1IG. DrusBUt. 323 North Ptttsburg street. Phone 104. Buildings, Building: Materials 53 IF YOU ARE--Patching that small break in the kitchen wall, or plastering every wall in thc^housc, we cnn fumlnh your needs. Sto'nc Work. Phone 1700. Business and Ofllcc Equipment 54 DALTON ADDING MACHINE--Special. $29.75. New F. and E. check writer, special, S7.P5. Royal No. 10 typewriter, special, $18,75. All machines guaranteed. Kcstner's Book Store. 125 W. Apple St. "OR RENT--Service station In business dl.Htrlct ot city. $50000 cash required. Write Box 25. care Courier. Farm and Dairy Products 55 SOMERSET POTATOES, GRADED--Â»! 25 per bnB. No. 2 potatoes. 73c per bag. Apples, 50c per bushel. Phono 855-R. 413 E. Washington Avc. SOMERSET POTATOES -- 11.25 per bag. Rome Beauty applet. 503 E. Ncwznyer Ave. Phone 1826-It. MR. FARMER HERE'S MONEY IN YOUR POCKET! Why not run H small Inexpensive Classified Ad In our CUsslHed Section which will find a market for your farm products, your live stock, your farm 'mplemenU, and household goods? You will find many people who want to buy the many thingt you have for uilcl The Dally Courier has Â· Urge rural circulation uhich makes It the popular eholc* among the farmers and assures you that your message will reach tho people who an In the market (or your products. You WU1 Find: Our rates ID thÂ« Â·bovÂ« Classified hfJdlnf. All Classified Adi Â«rÂ» pjyabl* la Repairing and UcfinLihlnc 29 Fuel, Feed, Fertilisers Real Estate for Rent Apartmcnti nnd Flats .RCH STREET. SO--I-ur room apartment, heat nnd hot uatcr furnished. All modern conveniences. Rent reasonable. A. C. Hcrwick. Phone 526. 'OR RENT--Apartments. Inquire Smuts Apartment Building. 735 Crawford Avenue, West Side. COLONIAL BUILDING--South Side. Five room apartment available March 1st. D. Wcrthcimcr. Sr. Phone 836. FOUR ROOM--Furnished apartment with bath, clectrjc refrigerator, garage. Adults. 208 West Washington Avenue. Business Places for Rent 75 FOR RENT--Storeroom in Smutz Build- Ing, 717 Crawford Avenue, West Side. Houses for Rent 77 TO SUB-LET--Five room house, furnished, reasonable rent: 237 J ,i East Fall-view avenue. Call 772-W. FOR RENT--Five rooms, bath." large porch and yard, in Greenwood. Inquire 126 E. Falrview Avc. Real Estate for Sate Brokers In Real Estate SOMETHING FOR NOTHING? NO--But more for your Real Estate Dollar than ou Hill ever get again. BUY NOW! PETER R. WZIMEfl WE1MER ARCADE. PROPERTIES FOR SALE OR RENT1 T. C. PHALIN. SO. CONNELLSVILLE, PA. PHONE S75. Hoostti for Sale UPHOLSTERING--Repairs, factory methods. Awnings, slip covers. Latest fabrics. Rudolph's, 131 E. Fairvlcw Ave. Phono 1817-J. COAL--9-lt ConnellBVUle cuklng. lump ' and run of mine Pittsburgh Champ- 1 Ion nut coal and Urge lump. Coke, all 1 sires. Stone Se Work. Phone 1700. ' Financial Business Opportunities 38 ALL CAR CHAINS % OFF! ALL CAR HEATERS % OFF! STORAGE BATTERY (EXCHO $3.39 MOTOR OIL. 2 GALLONS 7Sc ALCOHOL. PEB GALLON _ 59c FOG LIGHTS PER PAIR. S4.75 B BATTERIES -,,--_____--- 03c MIDGET RADIOS Z Â¥12.05 UP LOWEST PRICES, AUTO PARTS, TIRES, . RADIO TUBES ACCESSORIES. COLDE TIRE RADIO COMPANY. 12S E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 30. Garages--Autos for Hire, Taxi 11 FOR RENT--Dead storage for about 20 cars. Centrally located. For Information, Phone 444. THE CLOSER you stick to classified ads the closer your monry will itlck to you and tho farther It will Co when you ipend It. RESTAURANT FOR SALE -- Fully equipped. Beer license. Rent very reasonable. Box 656. Prrryopolis, Pa. Need Money 40-Ji SHORT OF CASH In This Sliurt Month? Get a. Personal Loan here. Only ONE thing needed:--the ability to repay small, regular amounts on any loan plan you select. Come In NOW I LOANS up to S300--ALL PLANS. PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY Over McCrory's Store. Phone 34. WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE IZ ..12? 30.: 2C, 71... n 20 37 52. 61 Â· - ACROSS " Â·"." 1--Greek letter 28--Note of the 4--Insane scalel."^ . 7--Mineral 30--Call to at- spring tract atten- 10--Acts of war- tlon fare 31--By 11--A weapon 32--Exclama- 12--Mcahed. tlon open fabric 33--Loose. 13--Nocturnal sleeveless wlngeJ garment mammal worn by 14--Within Arabs 15--Chinese unit 35--Long-eared of measure quadruped 16--Toward 37--Before-18--Goddess of prefix the earth 38--Ages 18--Calls 39--Pen for 21--Because swine 22--Vitality 10--Salnte 24--Turned with abbr.) a. twisting 41--Female deer motion DOWN :~A Â«Mt 4--The smallest S--ThÂ« high liquid mÂ»ax- pummel of a ure rddje 6--Malt beicr- t--A doctrine agÂ« Â· 6--The same 23--Ensigns repeated 25--Full, pro- , 7--Relatives longed erics 8--Wampum 28--Squander 9--A fall (lower 27--Selected 15--A stagger- 29--Encourage ing move- 32--Italian river mcnt 34--An 17--Attack 36--Perched 19--A signal of 37--A seed- distress vessel 20--Mournful Answer lo previous pui/lc JLB m rvv A tvs r-A m H UEST QUAL.1TV -- D-Ft. roklns coal, modcrntply priced. Immediate delivery Gerald Schomcr. Phone J991. j CUSTOM COAI,--lOc. lie Â«nd I3c delivered. George W. Kern, CobneUsvllIc, PHone 4121-U-H. LET ME SHOW YOU THIS PROPERTY. TWELVE HOQ,M DOUBLE HOUSE--Located on the West Side. Dath, heater. all modern. Owner U willing to sell III* property very reasonable Immediate po-v'r'-don. Terms can be iirrnnKed Buy It and let tiie olhcr fellow pay. Inquire. PAUL WAGONER 1003 W. CBAWKOIID AVE. PHONE 14B. iENUINE WASHINGTON RON Wm. Dull it Son. Phone C'vUlo. 107: Dawson. 23U or 31. COAL--Good black lumpy run ot mine. lOc bushel delivered. Cash, KobalJa Bros. Phone T037. Houclmlrt Goods 59 pon SALEI -- ron SALEI BARGAINS--!n all kinds ot used furniture including washing machines, Alice flat top defies, adding machines and typewriters. DULL'S STORAGE !22 EAST PEACH STJIEET. PHONE, 50. STORE WfDE REDUCTIONS! ON AH, FURNITURE, RUGS AND STOVES. COME INI SEEI AND SAVE1 LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES. MERVIS FURNITURE COMPANY. NORTH'PITTSBUHG ST. PHONE 2020. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HEREI Wanted--To Buy CASH IS WHAT WE PAY- BRING IN ALL YOUR LARGE CLEAN WHITE BAGS TO THE DAILY COURIER OFFICE TO- DAY AND WE WILL PAY YOU "5c" PER POUND. WHY NOT LOOK ABOUND AND MAKE YOUnSELt SOME SPENDBJG MONEY??? Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board 68 ONE LARGE BEDROOM--For rent, tull- nblc lor two person-!. Indies prcrcrrcd Hcnt reasonable. Use ol phone. 507 Johnston avenue. Phone 532. SEE THIS PROPERTY! SYCAMORE STREET--Six room frame hou-e, bas-emenu vapor steam heat, all conveniences. Two car cracc. Can axranÂ£c suitable terms. WM. P. McXULTY EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 17M. FOR QUICK CLOSING UP--Ol the esutc nt Josephine Rendlne, will sell one property located at 217-210 Cnrnetclc Avenue, and nnother property located Â»t 118-220 Market Street. ConnellsvlUe. See F. E. Younktn. Attorney, or H V. Rendlne, Executor. TlUe Â«t Trust Bids. FOR SALE--Six room house, bath Â«nd furnace. Hardwood floors, garage House In good repair. $3,000. Robert Norris. Phone 505. FOR SALE--308 Walnut Avenue. Scot!- dnlc. ciftnt room house, all conveniences. Inquire ot above address. FOR SALE--Nice five room nouje on raved street. Price reduced. Sec Kobcrt Karris. Phono 505. Lots For Sale 85 SEVERAL NICE BUILDING LOTS1 FOR SALE--At Poplar Grove, 60x140 it, City walcr and KM. telephone jervlco, near Street Car line and hlchwny. It you ore interested in good building lots at real DarfiaJn Prices, see C. B. McCormlck, Poplar Grove. Phone. Con- nellsvillc, 1204-J. or write Post OfQce Box m. ConncllsvUle. Pa. Auctions-Legals Legal Notices. 91 FOR RENT-- Furnished bedroom. Inquire 107 West Apple street. Rooms for Housekeeping MODERN ROOMS--For llcht housekeeping. Furnished or unfurnished. 225 Ea*-l Falrview Avenue FOK KENT--Two furnlbhcd room* for liKhtihouwkcopini; 1219 Vine street. YOUR MONEY REFUNDED If you get the desired results before your ad expires Why not advertise that extra dresser? DID YOU LOSE your purse or card cabC? Let us run a Lost and Found nd for you Just ohonc. 12 or 13 for an ad- Uiker A CLASSIFIED AD can find the r!gh\ kind of a lob for the rlcht kind of man or woman AS LONG AS you have the Cl.is-.nled Sccllon you needn't Halt lonÂ« to oblaln aiu UÂ»mc you need--It ta ca f .y to cet CLASSIFIED ADS ere mcsscn!;eri~of thrift. ABMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE. THE ESTATE OF C, D. PIERN, ALSO known as Cresccnzio DiPlcrno, late of ConnellsvlUe. Faycttc County. Pa., deceased. Letters of Administration In the above estate having been granted to tho under- blgncd. notice Is hereby Riven to all per. sons Indebted to the said decedent to make payment to tho undcnifincd without delay, and all persons havinf claims or demands against said estate arc requested to make known the same. Rosa Piern . Administratrix. 200 N. Sixth Street. ConnellsvlUe. Pa. Maxwell E Llzzn, Attorney. 18jan-6t-tues. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS Of Lower Tyrone Township, Faycttc County, Pa. THE PROPOSED ANNUAL BUDGET of Lower Tyrone Township for the ear 1938 as required by LcRlhlauvc Act No. 3GG, approved June 5. 19S7, is now in the hands of the Secretary. Any taxpayer Interested may see same at the home of Joel KelTcr. Secretary. R D. 1. DaWbon. Pa. Board of Lower Tyrone Township Supervisori., Gco Newell. Chairman. fcb-21-22 LEO BRUCE: O)rÂ»lKHTÂ»TUtOIIROCCiRriE*SIOBTXJnÂ«l.Â«IESJ ASSOCIATION CHAFTKn 27 "SORRY TO have to nsk you a lot of dnrn'-fool questions," sold T xrd Simon after David Strlck- ]au3 bod token n chair, then ncarcoly paused before beginning to do so. "Ever changed your nanieT" he snapped. "Changed my namoT" repented Strickland. If only, I thought, I had more insight! Was he really surprised 'lit the question, or was he gaining Deed poll, and all that time? "Yes. sort of thing." "No. I've never changed my name. Why?" "Oh--Just wondered. Known the Thurstona long?" "A few yoara." "Come here quite a lot, I suppose?" "Yes. What's the idea of all this, Pllmsoll?" "Curiosity, old boy. Do you happen to he hard up?" Very coldly Strickland said, "No, thank:). Why, did you want me to lend you something?" Lord Simon was quite unperturbed, then?" "April Boy came In, Strickland half rose. "Is it any business of yown what bets I make?" "Awfully sorry, old man. I suppose bets should be considered sacred. Between a man and his God --or his bookmaker. But my man, Butterflcld, did happen to hear from a gentleman of similar calling to himself that you were In tight corner this week. And If you want to put Â£100 on a home at six to one, without anyone knowing it. I suggest your not using the extension of a telephone which has a. man like Buttcrficld glued to the main phone." "I shall tell Thurston how damnable I think. It, that this sort of snooping should go on in a house where one's a guest." "Kar more damnable things than that have gone on in the last 24 hours. There has been, for instance, a murder." "I can't see that tt Justifies your hanging round listening to my conversation on the phone." "Well, let's waive the point, shall we ? Then perhaps you will tell me just how matters stand between you nnd your bookies?" -I'm damned If I will." "Then I must tell you. That hundred you put on this morning was a last Sins--an absolutely desperate ahot- You're up to the eyes In debt, you bad no means of raising the money, and you shoved this on knowing that If the horse did not win you could not find the hundred. You know only one bookio who would take the bet. Well, you've won. I congratulate you." Strickland was calmer now, but sounded more dangerous. "Look here, I'limsoll, you're hero-though heaven knows who asked you here--to find out who mur- dsrccl Mary Thurston, not to ferret out details of my betting." "But suppose--mind, I'm only just suppo^ln'--that there was some sort of relationship between them?" "What the devil do you mean? How could there be?" "What were you doing In Mary Thurston's room before dinner last night?" Strickland turned furiously to m*. "I've never liked you, T awn- send. I've always thought you a mean-natured sort of devil. But I didn't think you'd join In this sneak's game." I was about to explain that I should have had no right to keep any information like that to myself, when Pllmsoll went on, "Well," he Insisted, "what were you doing thero'" "I had something to talk over with Mary Thurston." "And couldn't she lend you the money ?" / I expected Strickland to break out again--I even wondered if .hero would be a Jght But pcr- aaps ho was a little cowered by Lhc fact that ,the investigators knew of his visit to the dead woman's room. At all events, I was surprised to hear him say, "No," in n deep voice, but quite clearly. "So you stole her diamond pendant?" Again no outward sign of anger. "No. She gave it to me. Or at least told me to pawn It, It would raise what I needed." After a silence ho went on. "I had told her on the phone the day before that I was in a hole, and she had promised to help me. Now she said that ohe was awfully sorry, something unexpected had happened, and she couldn't. I've no idea what she meant." "It's funny," mused Lord Simon, "that when you happen to be spcakln' the truth, you're so much more convincln'." "That was the truth." "Indeed? Then your 'troubles were over?" "It seemed so." "Until this morning--when you found that the police had charge of the pendant Quite. Nothing that could be colled 'trouble' had happened in the meanwhile, I suppose ?" "In the meanwhile Mary Thurston had been murdered." "Ah yes. We must get back to that. You were the first, I think, to go to bed?" "I believe I was." "Bit unusual for you?" "Perhaps. But I'd been tip early that morning. I was dog- tired." "Arc you nlwaya dog-tired after getting up early?" "No. I was last night.' "You hod no other reason for going to bed so soon?" "I was a bit bored. Townsent nnd the vicar were rather much In one room." I took no notice, of course, inwardly deciding that I would no allow myself to be drawn Into Â»us peeling Strickland merely because he was attempting to be rude to 'And yet although you were ac tired, you did not go to bed?" "I "had several letters to write, 1 "They must have been urgent' "They were." "When did you leave your room next?" Without a moment's hesitation Strickland said, "When I heart the screams." "Not be/ore? -No." "Did you hear Mary Thurston come to bed?" "Not consciously." "You heard no voices from he room?" "No. The radio was playin; right underneath me." "You did not guess that anyon. was in her room that evening? "Certainly not." "Was your window open?" "I don't think so." Lord Simon stared straight a Strickland for a moment, an then with a gesture indicated that be had no more questions to ask M. Picon said, "Monsieur Strick land, I have only one question t put to you. It Is about those s horrifying screams. Perhaps yo will be so good an to think carefully before you tell me what want to know. It is a little mat ter, but so much depends on 1 Where did those screams com from ?" I was less surprised at this diculous question than I woul have been if I had not alrcarj cord It asked of Stall. Although realized that I (was unoriginal doing so, and though I knew tat my predecessors in tho iQught had always been proved ;nomtnlously wrong, I could not clp feeling that the little man ad gone off the rails nt last "Where did they come from?** cpcated Strickland. "Why, from lary Thurston's room, of course." "You arc sure of that?" "But It never occurred to me to oubt it." "Precisemcnt. Is that why yon arc sure?" "No. No, even when 1 first card the screams, I knew they 'ere from Mary Thurston'a room." M. Picon stared at him, a* hough he wanted even more con- rmatlon, but apparently decided 0 let it go at that Strickland ralked over to the decanter and clpcd himself to a drink. "I call this third degree," hÂ» said with a rather sheepish grin. 1 need a good stiff drink." "That is a sign of the cross- xamlnation," said Sam Williams. "But not a sign of the Cross," aid Mgr. Smith, waking up lor he first time in the lost three- quarters of an hour. Alec Norris, who followed, :ould tell us very little. His room was on the other side of thft corridor, and he had heard nothing, he sold, until he hod heard tho 'creams. He hod seen no one. after he hod gone up to bed, except Enid, who had been going nto Williams' room as he had come back from tho bathroom. "You had a bath?" "Yes, I always bath at night. I work afterwards, and I find that t clears the brain." "Then you returned to your room?" 'I did. And settled down to write." "Do you usually dress after having a bath at night?" Â· "Invariably, if I'm going to work." . He Kpokc precisely and calmly. AH traces of the hysteria lie had shown at first bad vanished. His skull-like head was high, hia cold eyes met his questioner's. "You were the first to roach Mrs. Thurston's door. Can you remember in what order the other* come?" 'I thlnl: so. Thureton first, bounding upstairs like a madman, followed by Williams and Townsend. Then Strickland out of hu room, then I think Fellowes from upstairs, and, perhaps half a minute later, Stall, also from upstairs." "Did you notice the girt Enid?" "Yes. But not for some minutes. I think it was after they had broken down the door. She. came out of Thurston'n room ax white as a sheet Fellowes spoka to her, and she ran straight downstairs." "You have a very accuraU memory, Mr. Norris." "I bane a trained memory. I have taken a course In Pelman- ism." nathor unexpectedly Mgr. Smith turned to him. "I understand, Mr. Norris, that "estcrday evening you expressed an interest in crime from what you called ths psychological point of view?" "Something of the sort" "Presuming that the phrase means anything at all, do you and this particular crime interesting from the psychological point of view?" Alec Norris looked at him, and for a moment I thought a shadow crossed his face. "I do not understand this crime," he said at last "Nor I," sold Sam Williams sadly. (To Be Continued! Co-Eds Strike Back, Tell Males How They May improve Selves KALAMAZOO, Mich.. Feb. 22.-Aroused by stinging criticism of men students directed n.t the dress ot women students at Western State Teachers' Collcse, the co-eds caused to be posted on tho bulletin board some suggestions for improvement ot the appearance ot males. The suggestion as outlined lor all to read who will and which have left the men speechless include: It certainly is no pleasure for any girl to view masculine shanks fnimert between wilted socks and trouscr cuffs so wear garters. Shave, why increase blue Monday with a bluebeard? We realize that your mother isn't here to inspect your neck nnd cars but m;iybe your roommate will do it for her. Ituriap sacks arc appropriate for potatoes but press your trousers. A handkerchief Is a necessity. WHENEVER you have a re.il need to fiil the Clarified Section will help you to till it quickly, as easily and Inexpensively Motorist Convicted Of Operating Car While Under Drug's Influence SOMERSET, Feb. 22.--A jury in Somerset county criminal court returned a verdict oC guilty in the trinl of O. L. Gallagher of Somerset, charged with driving an automobile while under U\c influence of a narcotic drug In the first such verdict hcie In years, A motion for an arrest ot judgment was filed and Judge Norman T. Boose fixed March H ab the date for the hearing of a petition. Vou l+i\ us and ivc'U lei) the yearly rates upon request PATHONIZE Ihoso who *dverti3Cl Killed Negro, Executed. RALEIGH, N. C,, Feb. 22.--Milford Cxum, 39, one of two men executed in the state's lethal gas chambers, died us the fiist white mm cvei to pay the supreme penalty m this state for murdering tt Ncsro, Exnm, a fanner, was convicted ind sentenced to death for tho hold-up- murdci of John Williams, colored farmer, in which only $J wax obtained. HIGHER SPEED SOUGHT BY RAIL CREWE, EnRland, Feb. 22.--London Midland and Scottish Railway officials arc reported to be planning to set up a speed ot 125 miles per hour with their Coronation locomotive. The present record is 114 miles per hour held by the L. M. S. The Coronation engine was the first of tcrics ol streamlined engines. granted Divorce. UNIONTOWN, Fob. 22 John Albert Kowanik of Colonial No. 3 was granted a divorce ftom Mary Ann Kowanik of Rowcs Run on charges of desertion. The couple was married in New York in 1924 and separated in 1931. Wild Pony Rustlers Active .in England By United Press. LYNDHURST, Hampshire, England, Feb. 22.--Wild pony "rustlers" arc increasingly active in England's new forest, planted by William the Conqueror. They round up these small ponies nnd remove them by truck for bale to private owners. The fact that the JorC6t covers 96,000 acres makes it difficult for the two "agistcrs"--forest policemen-to trace 'he'rustlers and additional help has been requisitioned. A reward of $100 also has been offered for each ruiUer captured. SALLY'S SALLIES , yfes.au- C -THINKING WHAT? V.i -rf It is dangerousior an unwed man to think,aloud.in'.* 'sdrl's.Bresence.'