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PAGE TEN. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1939. V Courier Classified Advertisements For Quick Results 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9c cash; lOc charge. XASSIFIED AD RATES- Ads to Be Run 3 Timns: Per line, 7c cash; Sc charge. Special Yearly Rates Upon Request Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c cash; 7c charge. These Rat?s Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. ; There are five (5) average words to each iineJ | "Cards of Thanks," 50c Flat Rate. Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker 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! Announcements Personals MEN OLD AT 40! -- Get pep. New Ostrcx Tonic Tablets contain raw oyster invigoratorfi . and other stimulants. One dose starts new pep. Value $1.00. Special price 80c. Call, write Union Drug Co, ; Automotive Automobiles tor Sale 11 DON'T READ THIS AD UNLESS VOU AKE INTERESTED IN A HEAL GOOD BUY IN A USED CAR! 1933 Ford V-8 Tudor Sedan. 1935 Dodge Coupe for 1937 Ford Roadster, for 1931 Plymouth 4-door Sedan 2031 Chevrolet Coupe, for .... 1U37 Ford Tudor Sedan, for .. 1929 DeSoto Roadster, for 1929 Ford Coupe, for 1934 Dodge Coupe, for 1932 Chevrolet Coach, for .... 1930 Dodge Coupe, lor for .... , for $95 5225 $75 MO S75 5349 S33 S40 S239 569 ... . $75 ALSO. MANY OTHER. GOOD BUYS IN LATS MODEL USED .CARS! Very Easy Terms Arranged! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY. . CRAWFORD AVENUE. PHONE 407. Open Evenings! Open Sundays! TAKE A LOOK IS ALL WE ASK! Reconditioned Used Cars! 1937 Stuctcbaker 4-door Sedan with heater $573 1837 Willys Deluxe 4-door Sedan with Heater 3295 1936 Nosh "8" 4-door Sedan, Radio and Heater $475 1936 Lafayette 4-door Sedan with Heater $395 193S Hudson "6" 4-door Sedan, Heater $295 1034 Plymouth Coach ; ?195 1932 Chevrolet %-ton Panel Truck S75 Terms To Suit Euyerl CENTRAL SERVICE STATION. NASH SALES Se SERVICE. 807 W. CRAWTOBD AVE. PHOrOS 191. SE3 THEM TDD AY I O.-K. USED CARS INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREET MASON MOTOR COMPANK 127 WEST APPLE STREET PHONE 105. Open Evening* 'till D o'clock. Open Sundays till 6 o'clock. YOUGH MOTOR COMPANY. GOOD USED CARS. S21 SO. PITTSBURG ST. PHONE 8. WE BOTH LOSE MONEY -- IF YOU DON'T SEE VANSCOY'S USED CARS. 559 E. CRAWFORD. PHONE 243. FOR SALE--1930 Chevrolet Roadster, ·cheap. Call after 5 P. M.. at Oil Aetna Street. PHONE 13 or U for an Ad-taker. Automotive Automobiles (or Sale 11 1933 1934 1936 1935 M1CES THAT SELL! QUALITY THAT SATISFIES! Pontiac Demonstrator. A beautiful blue, 4-door Sedan with Trunk, all Deluxe equipment, low mileage, good tires, Will sell with new car guarantee. Can be bought at a savings of S400. Terraplane Deluxe 4-door Sedan, Beautiful brown finish, reconditioned, equipped with Radio and Heater. Selling at special price o£ £220. Dodge £ .!oor Sedan, special $130 Terraplane Cabriolet, special S195 Ford V-8 Phaeton, special S235 Chevrolet Vj-ton Panel Truck.... $275 Business Service Professional Service* EXPERT TRUSS FITTING--elaaHo Hosiery and other surgical appliances. A. A- Clarke, Pa G. Dnwclst. 323 North Pittaburg Stre e t- Phone 19*. Employment Help Wanted--Male 33 OWING TO-- Unpreceder.t Demands. For the New 1930 Pontiac, we arc literally flooded with good reconditioned late model Used Cars. These cars Cur. be bought at Bargain Prices! Now IE your chance to dispose of your old car, which In most cases is sufficient f u r your down payment. Come in, look them over and compare the values of our cars against any* in the field! Terms Arranged to Please! BENNETT MOTOR SALES. 256 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234. Business Service Business Service Offered 18 FISHER'S UPHOLSTERY. AWNINGS. FURNITURE REPAIRS RECOVEH1NGS PHONE 9645. 322 SO.. PITTSBURG ST. Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 GOOD, DEPENDABLE INSURANCE -All kinds. James R. Laufihlin--INSUR- ANCE. See mo for rales. 309 First National Bank Building -Phone 520. Moving, Trucking, Storage 25 FOR MOVING . . . PHONE 50. DULL'S TRANSFER CONNELLSVILLE. PA. "FOR BEST SERVICE!" Modern Storage For Household Goods. MOVING--At reasonable rates. All goods insured. Will buy furniture. Call 185. Miller Transfer, 153 E. Crawford Ave. Printing, Engraving, Blndlnc 27 LET US GIVE YOU AJ) E S T I M A T E ON YOUB PRINTING WORKI Hand EllUi--Blndir.21--doling Cirdst Bill Heads I--Letter Heads! Tor Rent Cards!--For SaJ» Carda! No Trespassing Signs For Sale I All Work Fully Guaranteed! All At Reasonable Rates I COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 65 DAILY COURIER 8LDG, OR PHONE RESIDENCE, »1. IF YOU HAVE AMBITION--And own a car. we have a steady job and good income. No capital or experience needed. Sell Heberling Household and Farm necessities to friends and neighbors. Write or call In person alter S P. M. J. F. Crosby. 631 E. train St., Somerset, Pa. Phone 1012-W. Merchandise Wanted--To Bnj WANTED IMMEDIATELY-Nice, clean, big white rags. We will pay you 3c per pound. CASH . . . for all you bring in. Mason Motor Company. 127 West Apple Street. Phone 105. Financial Need Money NEED CASH--In n hurry? We'll lend you 5300 or less on your signature. Personal Finance Company. Phone 34. Livestock Horses, Cattlo. Other Stock 48 FOR SALE--Team of farm horses, five years old. C. A. Kennedy, located between Leisenring No. 1 and Vanderbllt. Poultry, EgCB and Supplies 49 BABY CHICKS--ALL BBEEDS--Purlnn Etarter.a. Keystone Feed Store. 110 West Apple Street. Phone 101. Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 BAKED PAPER MATS FOR SALE--Used Courier mats that are excellent for lining the inside oi your garage, barn, chicken coop or outbuildings of any kind. Selling at Ic each. Inquire at The Courier Oftice. FOR SALE--30.000 hard brick. $6.00 per "M." David Wertheimcr, Sr. Phone WANTED TO BUY-Ant!quo bureaus, slant top desks, etc. Also glassware over 50 years old. Abraham Watson, Smltlincld, Pa. Rooms and Board Rooms (or HoaseKeepIng FOR RENT--Two nicely furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Central location. 232 S. Crawford Avenue. FOR RENT--Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 1219 Vine Street, Real Estate for Rent Business Places for Rent 75 REAR. 122, EAST PEACH STREET-- Hoom. 40x60 for rent with refrigerator equipment. Ideal place for beer die. trJbutcr or garage. Inquire, Dull'a Storage. 122 East Peach Street. Phone 50. Houses for Rent 77 521 TIACE ST.--Modern eight room house in very food condition. Nice dry cellar with Instantaneous hot water heater, stationary tubs. Mur.xon heater and a Earngc. Tor appointment call 705. FOR RENT--Two room cottage Xnd three room cottage, garage and gardens. One mile from St. John School. Sec Ray Garlick, W. Allegheny Avenue, South ConnclHville. FOR SALE--Girl's bicycle, practically new, Reasonable price. Call 2306-R, mftcr 5:30 P. M. Buildings, Building Materials 53 COMPLETE LINE--Of Shcnvin-Williams Paints, for Interior and exterior purposes. Stone Work. Phone 1700. Farm and Dairy Products 55 FOR SALE--JOD tons 'flood timothy hay. near Connellsville. Free ctorage until harvest. Union Realty Company, Telephone 168 Unlontown. FOR SALE--Freeh eges,5 20c dozen; dozen 95c, J. L, Snyder, Pleasant Valley Uoad. GET GOOD MONEY for your extra household goods. Put them on view through a Classified Ad. Phone 12 or 13 £or an ad-taker. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE s 2O 3 SI ' 5 n 40 12 32 23 36 10 1--Husks of grain S--A white grape wine 11--A competitor 13--A short time -An American h-imor- Greek letter 16--Yield as clear profit 17--Mends by weaving 19--Auction ACROSS 22 -- Brazilian river 25 -- Chum. 27-- Stripe 29-- A pace 31-- Foolish S3 -- Man's name 36-- Body of water 37-- A beetle 3S -- Female tax 41 -- Gold coin {India) 43-- Sharp mountain spur 44 -- Borders on 24--Letter C 35--Hewing 28--French tool 30-£u1murins W-Black: ««cl sounds of m Ce!t lc cats names 32--A monk of 38--Not in M-is-ar «-£- (Scotch) (Latin) 34--Title of 42--River in respect Siberia Answer to previous puzzle DOWN 1--A game of chance 3--Secreted 3--Hall! 4--Note ot tho scale b--A parasitic insect «--Sharp nasal sound of 'he voicn 7--Ejaculation S--Relatives 9--Beveragu 10--Still 15--Drip 17--Delates IS--Covered with foam 20--Likely 21--Roman household sod :.l--h'lft tn » nvcr FARMERS LET US KELP YOU MAKE SOME MONEY 1 HERE'S HOW--You can find a market, for your iarm products, your {arm Implements, your dairy products, your live stodr and household goods by running s imail' Inexpensive ad In our Classified Section. There you will Qnd many people who want to become your customer or buyer. Tho rural circulation ot The Daily Courier covero * large area and your advertisement will be read by many people who sro looking for just the tidnei you have Cor sale. NOTE: AH classified ads are payable in advance. You will find our rates in the above ClasslSed Heading. FOUR ROOM MODERN HOUSE--Centrally located, bath, large attic, basemen!, hot. cold water. 223 E. Apple St. Real Estate for Safe Brokers In Heal Estate E SAY you, MR. RENTER--You can't wish for that home . . . but you can buy no'.s- for less than you vrtll later on. Let u: tell you what wa nave. Terms I PETER R. WEttfER, WEIMER ARCADE. PROPERTIES, FOH SALE OR RENTl T. C. PKALIN. SO. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. PHONE B73. Houses for Sale 84 NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY1 SEE THESE PROPERTIES I EAST CRAWFORD AVE.YUE, 211--Buff brick duplex .with two hot air furnaces, rental value 530 per month and two car garage. Sale price $5,500. WASHINGTON AVENXTE. EAST. 309-Four room collage b u i l t on two lots, al?o paved street. Immediate possession £or 51.000. TWO NICE SOUTH SIDE PROPERTIES-For sale at 53,150 and ?4,OGQ. Investigate these buysl PAU1, G. WAGONEK. 100D W, CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 148. Farm Equipment 55-A SEEDS FOR FIELD AND GARDEN f FERTILIZER.. . . FARM IMPLEMENTS I BABY CHICKS 1 LOUCKS HARDWARE STORE. 116 W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 135. Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 56 GOOD LUMPY -- Run ot mine coal, 100 bu.. Be; 50 bu.. 9c; 25 bu.. 22c delivered. Cash. Phone 2037. Frank Koballa. GENUINE--Washington Run Coal. Low price. Wm. Dull it Son. Phono 107 or call Dawson. 32GL and 3631. JUN1ATA COAL--]2c bushel, cash, delivered, 25 bushel orders a'.so delivered. Robert Welsh. Phone 4J21-H-12, Household Goods FURNITURE BARGAINS--4 PC. BEDROOM SET. INNERSPRING MATTRESS AND SPRING. f59.50; 3 PC. D I N I N G ROOM SUITE, $29.50; 2 PC. LIVING- ROOM SUITE. 515.00; FLOOR COVERING, PER YD.. 45c; COTTON ANL FELT MATTRESSES. 50 LBS., $4.03; LARGE SELECTION OF TABLE TO1- GAS RANGES; LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE ON YOUR STOVE; ALSO HUNDREDS OF OTHER ITEMS A? LOW PRICES. COME IN TODAY! MERVT5 FURNITURE COMPANY'. N. PITTSBURG STREET. PHONE 2020. FOR SALE! UVTNG ROOM--And dining room MIIIE. davenporte, dressere. couches and beds. Coal and gas ranges, also good desks and typewriters. Special, one child:a large play pen. DULL'S STOaAGE. 122 E. PEACH ST. PHONE 8D. 60 FOR SALE! SOUTH SIDE PROPERTIES--Two six room houses In cood condition. Price reasonable. CORNER--Fayette and McCormick Avenue. One. six-room house. WM. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 17SO. FOR SALE--2H acres, six room house, outbuildings. electric, good water, young orchard, near Wooddale. Wilt accept tear.', and farm machinery or hpht truck. Inquire Rsy Poorbsitfih, R. D. 2. Mt. Pleasant, Pa. FOR SALE--Seven room house, bath, heater, 2 garages, 4 acres o£ land. Poplar Grove. Price $3,500. Inquire Robert Norrls. Phone 505. FOR SALE--Six room modern house in excellent condition. Located on Race Street. A home that wil! satisfy. In- fjnire Hobcrt Norris. Phone 505. FOR SALE--Five room housi with heater. located ai VandcrbiU. $730. Inquire Robert Karris. Phono S05. FOTl SALE--Six room house, modern conveniences. Located at Liberty. For particulars. Phone Dawsors 288. »H«*^U1 T^^JL^jr tf A klV RUTH RAY KANE CHAPTER THIRTY-ONE , FOR A. MOMENT after JUn had! fallen, headlong from the top span of the bridge down into the swirling black waters below, Lona stood stunned. Then, with a. scream, she started running down to the river bank, toward the place where he had disappeared. A dozen men had sprung into the water. She could uee them milling about, searching. Other men were shouting. The place was a bustle of taiutie activity and nobody seemed to see her or pay her the slightest attention. Minutes dragged by while she . stood there, shivering, minutes that seemed eternal. Then finally there was a new note in the shouting, and one of the diving- men came above the water, dark, limp figure in his arms. He was w- conscious, Lona saw, his head lolling as they pulled him ashore. Roughly they pushed her aside when she tried to get to him, and a perspiring foreman began the tiring: task of applying artificial respiration. "But I'm his wife!" she managed to sob out, and the rough hands on her arm grew more gentle and they allowed her to stand close by and watch. "Is he bad?" she asked, between white lips, and the pitying looki sent her way answered her better than words. ""Wfcy doesn't somebody get a doctor?" she demanded. "And an ambulance? He's got to get to a hospital!" "They'll be here," one of the waiting men assured her. "They've been called. We've got to get him breathing first. That's the important thing: . . . " Got to get him breathing! The words struck terror to her already shocked mind. Get him breathing-Jim! That was tier Jim stretched out there with that grunting man working over him so brutally. His bead was bleeding from, an ugly gash, and ho looked strange and wild. The burly foreman was still working over him methodically when the clanging ambulance arrived and spilled a white-clothed attendant and a grave-faced doctor onto the scene. Followed another long interval when it seemed to Lona that she must scream, with the suspense. Then, finally, a new tension gripped the crowded men. "He's coming around," one of them assured her, peering over the doctor's shoulder. "He's stirring--" "la he all right?" Lona begged the doctor, uselessly. "Is he going to be all right?" The doctor murmured something about getting him to tho hospital, and they lifted him into the gaping ambulance as if he were a sack. Someone boosted Lona up the steps and she was beside him at last. "His head's been cracked. Looks like a fracture," the doctor told her, n-.atter-of-factly. "We'll see Jvhat we can do." "Oh, you must save him!" she heard herself sobbing, and the doctor's kindly hand left Jim's wrist to go to her heaving shoulder. i "There now!" he comforted. ] "We'll bring him around." He lay still''as death through that endless ride. Thanks to the foreman's untiring efforts he was breathing, but that seemed to be about all. His face was deathly pale except where it was streaked with alood from the ugly bruised cut on :be side of his head. Fearfully, she Tied to wipe the blood away, hop- Jig for some sign of recognition. What if he should--leave her like that, without ever knowing her again! He still was unconscious when they bundled him into the hospital elevator and wheeled him into the shining white room that smelled of disinfectants. They closed the doors on her then, and she was left to wait for what seemed endless hours. Only the hurrying leet of the busy nurses punctuated the long silence. The two workmen who had accompanied her to the hospital persuaded her, with uncouth gentleness, to sit down in an easy chair in the little coop of a sitting room provided for relatives. After that they left her alone, sitting- together on the other side of the room, sending pitying glances her way and twirling their' caps uneasily. "It will be hours before he comes to," tile doctor told her when the operating room door opened finally, anfl they had wheeled the long, stilled form down the corridor agrain. "I'd g-o home if I were you, and eat. You can do nothing here, and you ir.ust keep up your strength." But she shook her head. "I must be here when he wakes,' she said. She was remembering daddy back there in the prison hospital. She had left him, and he died. The hours dragged by on leaden feet while she waited. Once a. pitying nurse brought her a sandwich and a cup of steaming coffee from the hospital kitchen. She choked it down without tasting- it, and watched from the window as night fell and the moon rose slowly in the east, casting Its mellow light weirdly over the scene. "It may be all night," the nurse told feer. "And when he does recover consciousness he may not know you." Not know her! That would be worse, even, than this frenzied waiting. He must know her, her mind kept repeating as she walked restlessly about the little waiting room. He must know her! She had to see that crooked little smile spread over his lips again at sight of her. HAD to hear him call her "Girl." "Arc you sure he's going to be all right?" she asked of the nurse again^and again, and looked away from the pitying glance that flashed, in the back of the carefully impersonal eyes. "We'll know when he--wakes up," was the only answer she could get It was nearing midnight and she sat for the past few houra with her tired body slumped into one of the wicker rocking chairs, when the nurse beckoned her from the shad-. ed corridor with a new Insistence.l "He's stirring," she whispered.! "We want you there." The inert body on the narrow bed. looked long and lean as she tip! tood into tlie dimly-lighted room.;. His head was swathed in a turbaai v of bandages, an ice bag topping all ; ludicrously. His eyes were fluttering, and he groaned as if In pain. "Jim!" Lona called, softly. He opened hig eyes wide, then, and the "Tiny" look in them cut: her to the heart "Oh, Jim!" Shff choked back a «ob under the doc- 1 tor's warning glance. For a long moment Jim stared at her. He seeined bewildered andt she held her breath. Then, finally,' when it seemed she could bear the silence no longer, the faintest of grins twisted his lips: "Girl--" he brought out, and she- sobbed in relief, "Where -- am -- I ?" he asked, after another moment of bewilderment. Then, as if realization had struck him, he tried to raise himself suddenly upon his elbow in ths narrow hospital bed. "How about Johnnie?" he asked, and Lona knew he was remembering the accident. "Did he--maka it?" "You saved him, Jim! And you mustn't talk now. You'd better go to sleep. I'll stay here with you--" "What happened?" He tried to sit up and a different look came Into his eyes. "Did I fall?" · "You lost your balance, Jim. You've hurt your head. And you almost drowned- But you mustn't talk about it now, please. You're to go to sleep--" "The net! Where was the net?" he demanded, his voice raising; his hands clutching at her with an. almost frantic clasp. "I didn't go' through the net, did I?" "Hush, Jim! There was no net. You must be quiet." Lena's eyes sought the nurse's across the bed. The nurse nodded 1 warningly, and formed the word "delirious" with her lips. "It should have held! The net should have held! They didn't make! it right, I tell you! Somebody didn't want it to hold--" "Jim, please!" Lona's voice was pleading. "You're talking wild--" She broke off as the nurse deftly, whipped out her hypodermic needle and bared a straining arm. "Just a minute, Mr. Bennett," she smoothed in her calm professional voice. The sound of 'it seemed to bring him to himself. He smiled weakly as he relaxed again on his pillow, "Guess maybe I--do need some, sleep," he admitted, his eyes r.or-' mal again. "My head feels--funny."' _ "Just be quiet, Jim," Lona beggedj him once more. "Shut your eyes. I'll hold your hand. You'll feel better when you wake up." "Girl," lie said, drowsily, then. In another few minutes he was: breathing heavily, his hand in hers relaxing as he' sank into the healing stupor of the drug-inducedi sleep. (To Be Continued) Auctions-Legals Legal Notices. 91 EXECUTRIX NOTICE. Jacob E. Korewttz. Al'.orney. ESTATE OF JOHN S. KING. LATE OF ConncilsviHc, Fayette County. F«., dc- ccosed. Letters Testamentary in the above estate having been granted to the undersigned, notice is I'.crebj' given 10 all persons indebted to the said decedent to make payment to the undersigned without delay, and all persons having claims or demands against said estate arc requested to make known the same... Katherine Burns King, Executrix. 213 W. Patterson Avc.. Connellsville, Pa. 15m«r-6t-thurs. Lots for Saie 85 FOR SAbB-2 lots, 40x350 ft., East Scottdale. Price 51SO.CO each. Owner, Ella Smith. See Joe Grogao. East Scottdale, Pa. Wanted--Real Estate Wanted--To Buy SAVE YOUR BIG WHTTE RAGS I THEN BBING THEM TO THB COOTIES OFFICE . . , WILL PAY YOU ITS' CASH FOB AIX, THAT YOU BRING IN ... AT So PER POU.VD. PliON£ i: cr 13 lor w .V --WANTED-- Desirable Bwelijng.i To Be Listed With Us FOR SALE! PROSPECTIVE PURCHASERS--Appeal to us almost daily and it is our aim to build up a more complete and diversified listing to offer. IT WILL COST--The owners nothing to advertise properties they desire to sell unless sale is effected by this office. FAVETTE REALTY COMPANY 2nd NATL. BANK BL.DC. PHONE, 1375. CONNELLSVILLE, PENNA. (T. D. Gardner, Manager,; EACH OF these Eds bnnjs together two people--advertiser and reader--for their -autukl benefit and laUsfaction. Man-Hunters Swarm Wyoming Hills With Shoo! !o Kill Orders Continued from Page One. mad man. Sheriff Frank Blackburn, directing the hunt through a virtually uncharted region of the Beartooth range 40 miles northwest, reported by portable short-\vave radio that the fugitive had written a letter, addressed to "undertaker's office, Powell, "\V~yo." The. letter, sent through the mai! and relayed to Blackburn by courier, i said: "When you get after me you better take about 20 men for your bodyguard and pot braces on their knees. OI course, I know I'm done for and when you kill me I suggest you have my head mounted and hang it up in the courthouse for the sake of law and order. "Tell the two game wardens (Divight King and Tex Kennedy) who arrested me for poaching to always carry a pistol. If I ever meet them I will give them a chance for an even draw--something \ won't give you. "Your beloved enemy, Earl Durand." He wns heavily armed and had several hundred rounds of rifle ammunition. It was kaown that he had two long-range hunting guns, one with which he shot and killed Un- dersheriff D. W. Baker and Town Marshal Charles Lewis last Friday during his jail break, the other seized from a ranchman while in flight. Durand has been a legendary character in the mountains. Only 26, he has lived like a hermit, subsisting on raw meat of elk and deer brought down either by rifle or bow and arrow. On his infrequent trips to towns he olten appeared shaggy, bearded, and with the carcass of animal slung over his powerful shoulders. Mountain folk call him variously "Tarzan ot the Tetons," and "the lone wolf.'* Yesterday Durand a p p a r e n t l y sensed that the posse was dosing in on him. He forced his way into the cabin of Art Thorr.burg', roused him and his wife and forced them to drive him into the almost impenetrable area near the headwaters of Little Rock creek, high in the mountains. Then he released them and Thord- burg hastened to a ranch and telephoned the alarm here. Sheriff Blackburn, who is in constant communication with his Powell base, called for bloodhounds. The dogs directed to the fugitive's trail by the fanner, took up the scent. At dusk, Linabary and Argento, scouting sever::', hundred yards ahead of the main party, suddenly opened lire. A rine from the woods ahead of them spat twice. They fell. Members of the main posse, including forest rangers, state police and mountaineers, were ordered to cover. Frank Morriss of Cody,-a member of the posse, told of the killings when he came to Powell last night. "We caught only fleeting glimpses of Durand after we caught up with him about sunset," Morriss said. "He was lying in a patch of big boulders and trees. Linabary and Argento were within 50 yards of him before he opened fire. They didn't move after the;- fell, and I'm sure they're both dead." Blackburn's last message said Durand might have slipped through the cordon of possemen and headed for another of the numerous .peaks northeast. The section is in the extreme northeast corner of Park county, adjacent Yellowstone National Park. S.E.C. Chairman? Jerome N. Frank (above), lawyer, economics student and member of the Securities and Exchange Commission, has been reported as leading candidate for chairmanship of the board to succeed William O. Douglas, nominated for the Supreme Court. (Central Prets) Use Oar Classified Ads. They bring results. Cost is small SALLY'S SALLIES --AND WVT I"? A CVWNE. My Sis is so dumb; she says quinine is the bark of a free and canine is the bark of a dog.

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