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PAGE EIGHT. THE DA1L.Y COUKIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 28. 193S. Courier Classified Advertisements 1 and 2 Times: Per line. 9c cash; lOc charge. ' For Quick Results -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. a . Ads to Be Run 3 Times: r=i Por Hnfv 7rt r.ash? Sn chartro. '--' Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per linej 6c cash; 7c charge. These Rates Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. ' There are five (5) average words to each^ine. "Cards of Thanks," 50c Flat. Rate. ' Phone 12 or 13 for an M-Taker. Special-Your Ad Inserted V Times for the Price of Six!-Speda/ No Ad. Is Taken For Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! LED BRUCE: COPYRIGHT BY LEO BRUCCi RC1XA5ED BY CENTRAL fRCSS ASSOCIATI Announcements Flowers and Mourmnt; Goods 4 BASKETS SPRAYS AT REASONABl-E PRICES I P. R. DcMUTH i SONS C-VILLE--SO SCOTTDALE--834 Funeral Directors --SIBEL FUNERAL HOME-"The Last Word In Funeral Service." CALL, CONNELLSVILLE 150. Strayed, Lost, Found 10 POUND--Black and tan female hound For InformaUon Inquire House 345, Whllsett. Pa. STRAYED--Tan and white collie dog. License No. 38B7. Reward. Phone 186.W. STRAYED--To my property, brown, black and white hound pup. Jesse Goodman, LcUcniing No. 1. Automotive Automobiles for Sole SEE THEM-TODAY! O.-K. USED CABS ~ -- INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 121 WEST APPLE STREET _ OR ON OUR USED.CAH LOT WEST-CRAWFORD AVE.~ "NEXT TO THE STATE LIQUOR STORE MASON MOTOR COMPANY 157 WEST APPLE STREET PHONE 105. - . ' Open Evenings 'till 9 o'clock. Open Sundays 'till 6 o'clock LATE MODEL USED CAHS1 HETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO. SCOTTDALE. PENNA. PHONE 107 LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 256 Z. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1ZM ITNE LATE MODEL USED* CABS E. E. VAN SCOY. INC. £9 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 2*3 EXCELLENT TRANSPORTATION AT REAL LOW COSTI EXTRA SPECIALS! ft35 Hudson 6-cylindcr Dt'uxt Tourln Sedan Thoroughly . rccondltlonc and Is in the very best of con dltlon. This car will be »old with a 90-day guarantee for ,, $429.5 1933 Chevrolet Mniler Coach. Has Eooc paint, good rubber and it in a clean condition throuchout. Will for .- - $190.5 Chrysler Sedan in good running ordej cood tires and paint. Drive It nom tor . -- . S49.S TREE LICENSE AND TITLE ARE INCLUDED IN T1IE PRICE OF THE ABOVE NAMED CARSI Other Excellent Buys From $25 and u: The World's Easiest Terms! E. E VAN SCOY. INC, HUDSON AND TERRAPLANE SALES SERVICE 153 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE. 24 CLASSIFIED purchasers are not r CTettcd bccaucs they are only made whi the buyer needs to buv and tho cell teds to sell. YOUR MONEY REFUNDED U you E the desired results before your ad e plres. Why not advertise that extr dresser? Automotive Automobiles lor Sale REAL BARGAIN VALUESIII SEE THESE CARS COMPARE THESE PRICES! OTE-All these unusual barcain* have been reconditioned and ready to Ko. Sec them . . . drive them. They are all priced for quick sales, so stop In today. Pick Yours Out! 933 Ford V-a Coupe. In absolute perfect condition, rcnnlbhcd, good rubber. Will sell for $2C5 933 Ford Deluxe Fordor Sedan S275 (A Real Bargain 1) 030 Ford Deluxe Coupe, (as is) . $50 928 Chevrolet Coach S 40 932 Ford Deluxe 4-door Sedan . 5125 933 Plymouth Coupe $225 93S Ford V-8 Coupe . KD5 931 Ford Vj-ton Panel Truck » 95 uso-- WE HAVE ON HAND. EXCELLENT BUYS IN LATE MODEL "R 4 G" USED CAKS THAT ARE NOW ON DISPLAY ON OUR USED CAR LOT AND ON TirE SECOND FLOOR OF OUR GARAGE Low Down Payment 1 ; 1 Low Monthly Payments' WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED FORD AND LINCOLN DEALERS. WEST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 407 EVERY LOAD INSURED! LonE distance and local moving. Modern storiiKe for household floods. We Co cratlnc for shipment by rail. Dull's Transfer fc Storasc Phono 50. 122 C. Peach street. Open Evenings I Often Sundays Anlos. Accessories. Tires, Tarts 13 Business Service Movlne, Trucking, Storage 25 Merchandise Ilouchold Goods Printing, Engraving. Binding 27 E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUR PRINTING WORKI Letter llc.idjl--Bill Heads! For Rent Cards!--For Salts Cards! Calling Cards!--Hand Bills!--Binding! No Trespassing Signs For Sale! All Work Guaranteed I ' At Reasonable Ratcsl COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PIIONE C5. COURIER BLDG. OK PHONE RESIDENCE. 91. STORE WIDE REDUCTIONS ON ALL FURNITURE. RUGS AND STOVES. COME INI SEE! AND SAVE! LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES MERV1S FURNITURE COMPANY NORTH PITTSBURG ST. PIIONE 2020 YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE! FOR SALE! - FOR SALE! BARGAINS--In all kinds of used furniture Including washing machines Al so flat top desks, adding machines and ' typewriters. DULL'S STORAGE 121 EAST PEACH STREET. PHONE, SO. Professional Services CORRECT FITTING TRUSSES -- Elastic Hosiery and other surgical appliances. A. A. Clarke. PHG. Dnisglit. 323 North Plttsburg street. Phone 194. Repairing and Rcdnlnhlnc 29 UPHOLSTERING--Repairs, factory methods. Awnings, slip covers. Latest fabrics. Rudolph's. 131 E. Falrvlcw Avc. Phone 1817-J. Employment Help Wanted--Female ALL CAR CHAINS .. . Vt OFF ALL CAR HEATERS U OFF STORAGE BATTERY (EXCH.) $3.39 MOTOR OIL. 2 GALLONS ~ 79 ALCOHOL. PER GALLON !9c j FOG UGHTS _,, PER PAIR, $4 75 | B BATTERIES - - ~ 98c MIDGET RADIOS .. . $1255 UP LOWEST PIUCES. AUTO PAHTS. TU1ES, RADIO TUBES ACCESSORIES GOLDS TIRE RADIO COMPANY. 120 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PIIONE 10. WOMEN--Addrc** and mall advertising material for us nt home We supply cxerythlnR Good rat« ot pay. No selling. Xo experience mcessary. Merchandise Mart, Box 523. Milwaukee. Wisconsin. Wanted--To Bur 6G CASH IS WHAT WE PAY- BRING IN ALL. YOUR LARGE CLEAN WHITE RAGS TO THE DAILY COURIER OFFICE TO- DAY AND WE WILL PAY YOU "5c" PER POUND. WHY NOT LOOK AROUND AND MAKE YOUllSELf SOME SPENDING MONEY??? Help Wanted--Male 33 AMBITIOUS MAN--To handle citab- Ilshed grocery route Must be honest, energetic No investment or experience required. We te^ch you. Earnings should average $25 \veekly to start. Ad- drc*^ Box 40, care Courier. Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board 68 Business Service Business Service Ottered 18 CALL FISHER--FOR AWNINGS. . FUR- NirURE REPAIRING . . UPHOLSTERING. QUALITY WORK. PHONE 9645 51 OILS--And maxes minor adjustments on any sewing machine in your home. Parts extra. Phone 800. Troutman's. Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KJNDS EXCEPT LIFE FAYZTTE REALTY CO. PHONE 1375.. T. D. GARDNER. MGH. STEADY WORK--GOOD PAY--Reliable man wanted to call on farmer* In N. Faycttc County. No experience or capital required Mike up to J12 a diy. Write Mr Emerson Bell. Box 467 Waynesbu z. Pa MAN FOR COFIEE ROUTE--Up to $45 first *'cek. Automobile given as bonu Write Albert Mills. 4447 Monmouth. Cincinnati. O. JOHNSTON AVENUE. 507--Nice sl?e bedroom suitable for two persons, ladles or gentlemen. Rent reasonable U*« of phone. Phone S32. Rooms for Housekeeping 69 TWO OR THREE--Unfurnished room* for light housekeeping. 1101 vine St Phone 14PO-M. FOR JIKNT--Two furnKjicd rooms for ll»,ht housekeeping 1219 Vine street. 'Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 Financial Need Money 44-B RELIABLE INSURANCE -- AH kinds James R LaughJIn--INSUJIANCE Sec me for rates. 309 First National Bank Bulldinc. Phone 320. THE CLOSER you slick to classiflrd ads the closer your money will iticx to you nnd the farther it will go when you *pcnu It. A CLASSIFIED AD can flnd tho riKh\ kind of n job for the right kind o! man or woman. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1--A record of 24--Employ descent " " 8--Pith 9--Destitute 11--Jeer 12--Positive 13--Unite 14--Past 16--Soak flax 17--Snake-lihc llsh 19--A cushion 21--Form of the heavy sound verb "to be" 36-- Solemn 22 -- Stone beer ceremony mug 37-- In this place 23-- Behold! 38-- Cleansing 14--Change 24--Combine 26--Pale 25--Gcnus'of 15--The narcotic 28--Among Iguanld juice of the 3D--Declare lizards P°PPy 32--Harm 27--Convert into 18--An S-shapod 34--Soak flax leather worm 35--Definite 29--Male sheep ' 20--Pismire article 31 --Feminine Answer (o praUous purple pronoun 33--Mohammedan prince 35--A dull, DOWN i--Righteous 2--Wear away S--Ensnare 4--Expectant 6--Goddow of --Melon-like ~. 'ruit 7--Old-time "8--Individual. »ty 10-^.To so bade i m, SHORT OF CASH In This Short Month? Gtt a Personal Lo»n here. Only ONE thing needed --the ability to repay tmall. regular amount* on any loan plan ou select. Come In NOW1 LOANS UP to J3«/--ALL PLANS PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY Over McCrory'K Store. Phone 34 WEST CRAWFOKD AVENUE, Merchandise Articles (or Sale FOR SALE--1 Ka" brooder and 1 coal brooder. In nev, condition. Write Hnrry Monc, Pcrryopoll:,, Pa. FOUR KOONS--Kurnlhfd apartment with bath, electric refrigerator. garag*. Adults. CM West Wakhlnclon Avenue. SIX ROOM APARTMENT-- FurnUhed. Jn downtown location Aviilablo at one*. Apply Paramount Tehatre TJ1REK ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT--Also suitable for 2 Rentlemen. Call 287-W. 12IC Chestnut St. FOR RF.NT--Apartment*. Inquire Smutz Apartment Building 715 Crawford Avenue. We^t Side. FOK RENT--Six room apartment on South Side Can occupy at once. Robert Norrls Phone 305. Business Place* for Sent 75 FOR RENT--Storeroom nnd wareroom at 210 Eighth street. Wcit Side. Connellsville. FOR RENT--Storeroom In Smutx Build- in*. 717 Crawford Avenue, WeM Side. Houses for Bent 77 Farm and Dairy Products 55 SOMERSET POTATOES -- $1.25 per baR. nome Renuly apptis. 503 E. Newmjer Avc. Phone 1820-R Farm and Dairy Products 55 FOR RENT--t We room modern hoi^e, First nnd Park Avc, South Connclls- vlllc Phone 1912-J. Real Estate for Sale CHAPTER 32 "REALLY. Plimsoll," I said, after. Lord Simon bad taken the photograph* of all of us from hia man Buttcrficld. · "Don't worry, Townacnd. We had to hsvo snaps of everyone within the age limit. Embarrass- in\ of course. Have much difficulty In getting them, Butter- flcld?" "None at all, my lord. I found a vantage point from which they were framed nicely, one after another, my lord, and X just waited." Lord Simon inquired no further. Then Lord Simon and I started toward th« village of Sidney Sewell in his Rolls-Royce. Presently I began telling him about the odd questions which Sergeant Beef had put to Williams and me last night, after be had gone. I said that we could not understand what ho was getting at. "You don't know the police as 1 do," chuckled Lord Simon. "But be seems pretty certain that he knows who is guilty." "Of course he does. He has to. The police arc always certain, till It li proved that they're wrong." "I wonder who It is that ho suspects." Lord Simon sighed with some ennui. "Probably Morris, 1 should say." "Why N orris?" "Well--one can only have dim K'Hmpses at the official mind. But I should guess it was Norris. You ace. Beef doesn't kaow how tlie murderer ,;ot out of that room. But Norrls was at the door when you and Thuraton and Williams reached it. He, according to Beef's point of view, was nearest to the crime. Therefore ha was guilty." "Do they really think like that?" I asked. "My dear chap, when you've seen as much of them as I have you'll know that they don't think at all. They just guess." "Good heavens!" I said, with visions of all tho murderers in Knglancl being arrested, tried and hanged by guesswork. "Of course," conceded Lord Simon, "hero and there in the Force you find » glimmer of Intelligence. But something more than Intelligence is needed in a case like this. A modicum of imagination, for one thing." "Just so," I agreed. "I suppose you had to have Imagination to know that there was a rope in the water tank?" "I suppose so." I had, ns a mutter of fact, al- raoit forgotten those ropes, and now that I remembered them they seemed, In the light of last night's inquiries, more mysterious than over. "But, Pllmsoll," I said, "about those ropes. How can they have been used? I swear to you that it wan Impossible for anyone to have climbed up from Mary Thurston's room and pulled the rope after him In the time. From tho moment of the last scream to the time Williams pushed the win- clow open was scarcely a couple of minutes. You can't tell me that n man would have had time to murder Mary Thurston. cross the room, climb onto the rope, close tho window, climb the rope to the window above, crawl in, and draw the rope after him. It couldn't have been done." "I dare say not. But who said anything about climbing the rope?" asked Lord Simon. "Well, if he dropped down It," I went on decisively, "he must have had an accomplice in tho room above to haul it up after him. And even then I doubt if Uie two ropes together would have been long enough. Besides, what about footprints? Thorc waa vf It was something to havo got as near as thut without disaster. flower bed under that window. | Arc you going to tell me he stopped to rub out hia footprints Iji the soil? And if this was how it was done, who could it have been? Stall, Fcllowcs, Norrls and Strickland all got to the front door of the room too quickly to havo come in by the front door. It only leaves the vicar--or conceivably Miles, if bis alibi was not as good as it sounded. And then he would havo to have had an accomplice Jn the apple room," Lord Simon smiled. "You've got hold of the wrong end of the rope," he said. Ho drove violently fast, of course. It was not to be supposed of him that In speed, of all things, ho should show an uncharacteristic moderation. So I leaned back in the seat of the Rolls, and comforted myself with the somewhat selfish reflection that most other cars were smaller, lighter, and more easily crumpled than this one. "Strange namo for s village-Sidney Scwcll," I observed. "Not really," replied 'Lord Simon; "it only seems so because when you first heard it you assumed that it was the name of a man. Almost any place with a double namo would seem like that. Horton Kirby, for instance, or Durjton Green. Chalfont St. Giles might easily have been the villain of a Victorian novel, and I see no reason why Compton Ab- dalo (a village in Gloucestershire) should be thought to be the name of a place more than Compton Mackenzie, who in a writer. It just depends on how you hear of them first." "But what made you think of Sidney Scwcll as a village?" "I didn't. I just tried It in all tho reference books I could lay hands on. There chanced to be an out-of-date telephone directory which I got from the postofflct, and a Times Atlas which I found at the hotel." Wo purred quietly over n narrow bridge at SO miles an hour, and 10 minutes later I was relieved to catch a glimpse, as we shot by, of the name of Sidney Scwcll on a signpost. It wa» something to have got as near aa that without actual disaster. The village itself was a pleasant! and rather dlgniflcd one. The ccnH tral street was divided from thai bouses on each side of it by wide{ grass strips, which gave tho) whole place on air of spaciousness.. We were traveling through it at a! still fairly considerable speed! when Lord Simon applied hi* brakes with skilled force, and) brought us to a standstill. ·Good Lord--look at that!" no! said. ' Now all I could see was th« quiet village street before us, with very little triune and scarcely a human being in sight. There, woa a butcher's shop over to ourt right, from the door of which tho proprietor was watching us rath.cn Indifferently. On our left was on. inn called the "Black Falcon", and: a blue saloon motor car stood outside. Next to tho inn, and nearer* to'us, was a garage. But nc-( where In the placid and normal' scene could I see anything whloht might have caused Lord Simon's; exclamation. Unwilling, however.! to admit that I was less percept Uvo than he was, I waited for Wm) to reveal more. "That car," he said at Ia»t4 "Surelj you know it? Thurs-^ ton's." 1 looked ogaia at the bluoj saloon. It was a standard model! of English make. I did not tcol how I could be expected to recoe-i nize it, and said so. Lord Simon sounded quite irri-i table. "Have you ever heard oil index numbers?" he aakcdj "That's Thurston'a all right." I realized what I was expected! to say in order to restore Lord/ Simon's good humor, and the tone* in which I should say it. "Then what on earth is It doing here?" 1 I said. "Fairly obvious, don't you. foci?" said Lord Simon, smiling' amiably again. It was, of course, far from obvious to me, but it was pleasant to have our respective rolea happily restored, and I nodded. (To Bo Continued) Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale 84 Brokers In Real Estate PROPERTIES FOR SALE OR UENTl T. C. PHALIN. SO. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. PHONE 975 MR FARMER HERE'S MONEY W VOLtfl POCKETI VVhy not run a small inexpensive Classified Ad In our Classified Section which will find mnrkct for your farm products, your Uvo atouk. your farm mplemcnts. imd household goods? You will flnd many people who want to buy the many things you have for salcl The Dally Courier has a large rural circulation which makes U tho popular choice Amoru; tho farmers and assures you that your message will reach the people who nrc In tho market for your products Vou Will Find: Our rotes In the ooovo Classified beading Ml Classified Ada arc payable tn advance! Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers BEST QUALITY - 9-Ft cokinR coal. moderately priced Immediate delivery Gerald Schomer Phone 1931. CUSIXXM COAL--IDc, lie and 13c delivered Gcorfic .V Kern. Conncltsvlllc Phone 4121-R-ll Farms and Land for Sale 83 WESLEY SNYDER FARM FOR SALE-71 acres 3 mtle north o£ NormntviUe. Einht room hou-.»*. hcator, bank barn, other outbuildings. Some limber. Inquire Harriet A Snydcr. Normalvllle Pa HAVE THE SATISFACTION OF OWNING A REAL, HOME 1 SIX HOOMS--Bath, raracc. heater. At- tracU^c location, paved street Owner leaving city. A rcnl bargain to quick buyer A DUPLEX-- Real !nvctment Have 3 home and let It pay {or Itsctl. Let us loll ou how. PETER K. WEIMER WEIMER ARCADE FOR SALE--Houe on Eaat Green Street. One on Eist Pattcnon nnd one on Soutli Arch Street AH In good repair. Robert NorrK Phone 505. Houses for Sale LET ME SHOW YOU THIS PROPERTY TWELVE ROOM DOUBLE HOUSE--Located on the West Side. Bath, heater, all mod* rn. Owner Is \Ullinc to icll hi* property very reasonable. Immediate possession. Terms can be arranged, Buy It and let the other fellow pay Inquire, PAUL WAGONER 1009 W CRAWFORD AVE. PIIONE 148. COAU--Good bllck lumpy run of m'no, lOc bu^iicl delivered Caih Koballa I Bros Phone 2037 ' SEE THIS PROPERTYI SYCAMORE STREET--Six room frame hou'ic, basement, vapor steam heat, all convenience!. Two car garage. Can arraiiKe suitable terms. WM. P McNULTY EAGLES BUILDING PHONE 1760 GENUINE WASHINGTON RUN COAL-Wm Dull nnd Snn Phono Connellsvllle 107, Dawson 3201 or :^31 SALE--Five room house, bath heater and narapc ORdcn Street $1.500 Robert Norrls Phoru.* 505 WIIKNEVEK sou have a rent need to ntl the Cln^tfcd Section win help you to fill It quickly as easily and Inexpensively | A-No 1 SERVICE Is what yuu net from ' Classified Ada When jou have a special need to fill, phone us the particulars and details. Vou can get an ad-taker at 12 or 13 DID YOU LOSE jour pun,o or card case? Let us mn a Lost *ind Found ad for j.ou Ju*t phone t2 or 13 for an nd- taker TATRONI2E tho-c \sho advcrtiicl THE CLASSIFIED SF.CTION oIKrs a complete cat.ito£iic ot the \\anl 1 ; and ofTTs ol the people of ConncllMillc and MUnlt.v IN A PINCH use a ClaKJIlcd Ad. KOR SALE--303 Walnut A\enue. Scottdale, clsht room house, all convent cncc5. Inquire at above address. Lois For Sale 85 SEVERAL NICE BUILDtt.G LOTSI FOR SALE--At Poplar Grove, 60x140 It City water and gas, telephone service, near Street Car line and highway. 11 you arc Interested In good building lota ot real Bargain Prices, too C B McConrjlck. Poplar Grove, Phone, Con- ncllsvlltc. 1204-J. or write Post Office Box 144, Conncllsvtlle. Pa Auctions--Leg a Is Notices 91 KXKCUIOK'S NOTICC. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Letters Testamentary on the Estate o Mary Morris, deceased, late of South Connellsvllle. Foettc County. Pcnna hive been granted to Hie undersigned, to Mhom nil persons Indebted to said estate ar* requested to make immediate pa- - ment ami those havlnjl claims arainst «.une. will jmkc them k n o w n without delay. Harry Morris I.xccutoi. Itcidmore Road. South Conntitsviltc, Pa. 2Itcb-Gt-mon Auctions--Legals Notices. SI ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Tin: ESTATE OF RAYMOND H. Ringer, late of South Cormcllsvlllc, Fayette County. Pa. deceased. Letters of Administration In the above estate having been granted to the undersigned, notice is hereby filvcn to all persons Indebted to th« said, decedent "to make paynicnt to the undersigned without delay, and all persons having claims cr demands against said estate are requested to make known the same. \V. S. Ringer. Administrator. South Connellsvllle. P». Ilisbee. Lcwcllyn Hlgbcf, Attorneys. 7feb-6t-mon. ADMIMSTHATRLY NOTICK. C \V. Martin, Attorney. THE ESTATE OF HARRIET MURPHY, late of Franklin Township, Fayette County, Pa. deceased. Letters of Administration in the above estate having been granted to the undersigned. noUcc Is hereby given to all persons medbted o the said decedent to make payment to the undersigned without delay, and all persons having claim 1 or demands against said estate arc requested to mal c knoun the same. Phoebe M. Brock, Administratrix, ·Smock, Pa. I4fcb-Gt-mon West Penn Girls Win Two Ou! of Three Tilts Bowling on the West Penn alleys, Team No. 1 won the odd game from No. 4 and No. 3 took two out ot three from No. 2 in the Girls West Penn Duckpm League. The scores: TEAM NO. 2 Tot,ils Light Porter -. Ridgcway Cohen - - -- Prmkey KmR Hodgei Totols - 370 472 TEAM NO. 3 , . HI 85 490 1332 101 84 114 100 70 104 SI 132 88 84 92 277 220 189 282 172 162 104 456 473 477 1406 TEAM NO. 1 IN WRITING a Classified Ad be sure to tell all the facts which you would want to know If you yourself wcro a prospective bucr. ECONOMY Ot TIME, money and effort reMllt3 from Classified rcndlnc CLASSIFIED AD5 arc mc^scnccro of thrift Tri-Siate Flooi Meet At Washington AprilB, 9 The 16th annual Tri-State basketball tournament under auspices, of the Washington Y. M. C. A. will be held Friday nnd Saturday, April 8 and 9. J. Brady Marble, physicial dncctor, announced today. Four classes of competition will be held, with an attractive list of awaids to be piesented, including trophies and gold basketballs to championship teams in each division, medals to outstanding players, highest tcorcr in each cjass and to mem- beis of all-touinament teams. Two college players participating in t.ie tunent campaign may be used on any team in the Senior division. One college player may compete in the Intermediate class, in which the age limit is, 20. The Junior division limit is 18 and Midget is under 16. Foi further information write or telephone J. Bi.idy Marble, W.ish- ington Y. M. C. A. Totals 409 484 409 1362 TEAM NO. 4 Lcasui e Pnnkcy VnnNatta Kerns McCoy Flannigan . _ Totals . _. 75 92 .._ 103 87 137 86 85 87 77 97 98 322 80 251 162 98 267 93 293 109 109 443 483 478 1404 Supplemental Disbursement. SOMERSET, Feb. 28.--Receiver Pol k L. Hodman of the defunct First National Bank of Davidsville announced a supplemental disbursement of. one pur cent would be paid creditois. A third payment was made recently. The supplemental distribution of one per cent, amounting to 51,066, will increase the total payments to 65 per cent. Payments will be rn.ide at the Ilolsopple bank. Patronize those who advertise.

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