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PAGE EIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNEL'LSVIIiLiE, PA. MONDAY, MARCH 14, 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. .-, Ads to Be Run 3 Tlmos: .-, i2 Per line, 7o cash; So charge. w Ads to bo Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c cash; 7c charge. These Rates "Are Based On 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--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 Flowers and Mourning Goods 4 Automotive Automobiles for Salo 11 Business Service Repairing and KcflnishlnK 29 BASKETS SPBAYS . ·AT HEASONABLE PRICESI P. R. DcMUTH « SONS C-VII.IX--59 SCOTTDALE--XX Automotive Automobiles tor Sale 11 -- A B S O IP U T-E L-Y -MUST BE So2oT~ -Compare Our Priced Compare Our Terms 1 -- · Compare Our" Automobiles! Then See For YouneUI Slop In Today. 1830 Ford Sedan .. .« - ·- - - - - 5°° 1931 Ford Sedan ----'. -·-. 585 1933 Ford sedan . ·· S19S 1934 Ford Sedan - · S225 1930 Pontlac Sedan -. · .. S75 1931 Studcbakcr Sedan ~ .. S75 1931 ButcK Coupe . S85 1931 BulcX Sedan . . f3 1932 Essex Sedan ···· · *'15 1935 Nash Lafayette Sedan J2!5 1936 Tcrraplane Sedan . TM - ~ $425 1934 Plj mouth Sedan - --~ S275 1933 Pontlac Sedan ... S230 1931 Lincoln Sedan · .. .. $S5 1935 Chevrolet Master Sedan $375 Excellent Terms «nd Tratfc-lns! BENNETT~MOTOrt SALES PONTIAC SALES . SERVICE. 156 E. CRAWFOBD AVE. PHONE 1234. Open Evenings! " Open Sundoyil iATTEIUES KECHARCED . ._ . 49C IOTOR OIL 2 GALLONS .- . 79c TORAGE BATTFftY (E.XCH .... . *3 39 5 VOLT B BATTERIES . .. . OSc OC LIGHTS (PATH) W 75 SPECIAL, TI1W SALE1 BUY--One tiro at the regular price and get another tire for $2 ALL WINTER GOODS % OFFI GOLDE TIRE lHADIO COMPANY 20 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 10 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 121 WEST APPLE STREET PHONE 105. Open Evenings 'till 5 o'clock. Open Sundays 'till 6 o'clock. SEE OUR WONDERFUL SELECTION OF HIGH GRADE USED AUTOMOBILES ON OUH USED CAR LOT AND ON THE SECOND FLOOR OF OUR GARAGE. PICK YOURS OUT TODAY I WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY. WEST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 07 FINE LATE MODEL CSED CABS E. E. VAN SCOY. INC. 259 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243 LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 256 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 3234 LATE MODEL USED CABSI BETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO. SCOTTDALE. PENNA. PHONE 407 SACRIFICE $33900--1938 Ford Coach four new tires, 18.000 miles. A-l condi tlon. Phone 34. FOR SALE--Dodge Victor Six. four-doo *cdan. A-l mechanically, new tire Price $5000. Pone 955-J. VILLIKG TO FINANCE--For 12 month!. 1934 Hudson 8 4-door Sedan. S3*5. ana 1034 Chevrolet Master Coach at $2*5. Both are in A-No. 1 condition and are equipped uith Radio nnd Heater. David Wcrtheimer, J r . Colonial Cldg. 70C So. Plttsburfi street. Autos, Accessories, Tires, Parts 13 Business Service Business Service Offered 18 UPHOLSTERING S: AWNINGS--FURNITURE REPAIRING. QUALITY WORK GUARANTEED. ESTIMATES FREE! FISHER'S. 322 S PGII. ST. PHONE 9C45. vEYSTONE GARAGE -- Operated by "Ham" Younkln and Jim Taylor, former mechanics of the Mason Motor Co. General auto lepalrs. Phone 176C] NI«ht. 1775-W. 342 E. Crawford Avc. 1 OILS--And makes minor nojustmcnts on any jcwln(T machine In your home, Parts extra. -Phono-800. Troutmnn's. VALL PAPER CLEANED--73c per room, and up. R. Le\\cllyn and P. Mgscr Phone 2123. Conncllsville. Insurance and Stirctj Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KINDS EXCEPT LIFE FAYETTE REALTY CO. PHONE 1315.. T. D. GARDNER, MGR. RELIABLE INSURANCE -- All kinds James R Lnughlln--INSURANCE. Sc me for rates. 309 First National Bank Building. Phone 520. Movinjr, Trucking, Storage 25 EVERY LOAD INSURED] Long distance and local moving. Modern storage for household goods. We crating for shipment by rail. Dull' Transfer Storage. Phone 50. 122 E Peach street. Printing-, Eneravintr, Binding ~ E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUR PRINTING WORK I Letter Heads!--Bill Heads! For Rent Cards!--For Sate Cards! Calling Cards!--Hand Bills!--Binding I No Trespassing Signs For Sale! All Work Guarantccdl At Reasonable Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 65. COURIER BLDG OR PHONE RESIDENCE. »1. Professional Services REMEMBER. The more you eay. th« quicker It pays. PHOLSTKK1NG AND AWNINGS--Fur* Jiiturc rebuilt to K\\ c new satisfaction and appearance Large selection o! fabric*. Rudolph's. 131 E. Fulrvlcw avenue. Phone 1817-J. FOR SALE--Wcstinghousc electric range, vi-ry Rood eondltton. Price reasonable. Call 410C-R-11. Employment Help Wanted--Female DAVIDSON'S LADIES' STORE Vill accept application* by jmi! only, from thoroughly trained rc.idy-to-\%car xalcsworm-n. State all qualifications, former aflUfntlon*. age. etc. Address All Mall To Miss K. Baker, care Davidson s Help Wanted--Male 33 OUT SIDE SALESMEN--For electric ap. pliances. refrigerators, etc, In Con nellsvllle nnd surrounding territories. Opportunity to earn good money, References required Montgomery Ward Company. Mt. Pleasant. P.l ABLE MAN -- To distribute sample*, handle Coffee Route. Up to $45 first \^ock. Automobile Riven as bonus. Write Albert Mills. 447C Monmouth, Circlnnatl, O RELIABLE MAN--For i sUMlsned Watkins route in Connellsville. No capital needed. Good earnings to start. Write J. R Watklns Company, 232 Johnson Avenue, Newark. N. J. Financial Opportunities 38 FOR SALE--Estimated 40 acres of Pittsburgh coal, opt-n on slope, on Pcnna. Railroad. 3 Miles from McDonald, 12 from CarncKie. 22 from Pittsburgh. 12 from Canorsburg cement road B. E. Williams. InAin. P.i Phone 2I02-H-11. Money 4»-B Merchandise Ilnuchoid Goods 5S OI£ SALE--New dlnlni; room suite Call at 203 Eas,t Ccdnr avenue, after 7 P. M Special at the Stores SELLING OUT! ALL MKItCIIANDSE -- Entire stock Men's Wear at Bargain Prices. \VEimiEIMEIVS. COLONIAL BLDG. 700 SO. PGH. ST. Wanted--To Buy 66 CASH IS WHAT WE PAY- BRING IN ALL YOUH 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 YOURSEU SOME SPENDING MONEY??? Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board 68 SHORT OF CASH Get a Personal Loan here Only ONE thing needed:--the ability to repay small, regular amounts on anv loan plan you select. Come In NOW I LOANS up to MOO-ALL PLANS. PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY Over McCrory's Store. Phore 34. WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE. Livestock DORS, Cats, Other 1'cts 47 FOR SALE--Be.iRlc Hound, six years old No better rabbit, groundhog or oppos- sum Liberal trial. J!(f-rcnce* $12. 12-Galigc double gun. $15 00 Also 22- repe.-it rifle, 55 00 Phone Conncllsville 475 or inquire M. A Hamman, 103 Watt street. Poultry, EKRS and Supplies 49 FOR SALE--500 Barred Rock Pullets, 3 months old. Blood tested: good lading strain. We arc specialists In Barred Rocks Phone 3376. Shut-sy Poultry Farnr nt l^rookvalc. CORRECT FITTING TRUSSES -- Elastl Hosiery and other surgical ippliances A. A Clarke. PUG. Druggist. 323 North Plttaburg street. Phono 194. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 126 Z2. 24- 2-7 \1 21 - ACROSS 1--To toitUy in 22--A hind o/ a moral _ 4--Association football 9--Elude 11--Expr«s«ton of disgust 1Z--A severe lecture H--Tidy, 16--The art of painting or freshly plastered walls 1 f--Speak 18--Right lab.) 19--A dairy product 1--Prevent ( 2--Puffed up; a.i dough S--Long river In th« United tree 24--Little girl 25--Ornamental cloth hanging behind a throne 28--Same as ti 29--A canton in Switzerland 30--Keenness 33--A stair 34--That may be disp eed at will 35--Watch secretly 37--Allowed 38--Has sympathy for 30--A cavern DOWN doctor 13--The head (slang) 15--Affirmative vote 20--Pronoun 21--Wrecked 22--Check 23--Exclamation 26--Not In 27--Youth 28--A number 31--A rotating piece tmech.) ·i2--Minute object 33--A alp 36--Old form of the Answer to 'previous puzzle 5--From 6--Composed 7--Swindles 8--Decay 9--Man's name 10--Shortened form of CHICKS -- All breeds Purina St.irtena. Keystone Feed Store. 110 Wcit Apple Street. Phone 107. Merchandise Articles for Salo FOR SALE--Hand hoist rhone 1577. 'On SALE--Hand embroidered work and (iuilt.s. Mrs. G. H. Crosby residence Pcnnsville Crossroads. Conncllsvillc- Mt. Pleasant Road Buildings, I'.uiliiinir materials 5 IF YOU ARE--JtcpairiiiK .1 side-walk concreting a cellar floor, building a drive-way, or doing concrete work o: any kind, call us for htfih quillty cement, sand and Rrnvel Stone Se WorK Phone 1700. Farm and Dairy Products 55 SOMERSET POTATOES -- $1 25 baff Apples 50c bushel. 413 E. Washington Avc Phone 8C5-H We deliver. Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 5G COAL--Best pradc 0-Jt. coal. An; amount delivered. Sand, cement nnc building supplies. Prompt delivery Gerald Schemer. Phone 1P91. EXCELLENT GRADE--9 Ft. Coking Coal 13c delivered. Gcorfie W. Kcrnb. Phon 4121-R-ll. GENUINE WASHINGTON KUN COAL-Wm. Dull .nnd Son. Phone conncllsville 107: D.iv\son 32G1 or ^331 COAL--Good black lumpy run of mine lOc bubhcl delivered Cash. Koballa Bros. Phone 2037 Ilouchold Goods OHNSTON AVENUE. 507--Nice lie bedroom suitable for two person*, ladies or renliemcn. Rent reasonable. Use of phone. Phone 532, Rooms for Housekeeping 69 'OR KENT--Two nicely furnished, front rooms for light housekeeping. 223 South strii-t. ·OR RKNT--Two furnished ll«ht housekeeping room 1 *. HI West Cedar Avenue. Real Estate for Rent* Apartments and Flats 74 FOR RENT--A par tmcnt5 in Smulz Apartment Building. 715 Crawford avenue. West Stdc. SIX ROOM FURNISHED APAKTMENT-- Dow ntov, a location. Kent $35 000. Available at once. Apply Paramount Theatre. COLONIAL BUILDING--South Side. Six room apartment available immediately. Da\id Wcrthclmcr, Sr. Phone, 886. APARTMENT -- Two large connecting roonis. Acmf-privatc bath. Will furnt«.h to B utt need* ot occupants. 223 East Apple street- Business Places for Kent 75 FOR RENT--Storeroom In Smutz B' lid- ing Available March J5Ui. Inquire 717 Crawford avenue. West Side. Houses for Rent 77 FOR RENT--Modern six room houc, South Plttsburc St. Phore 487, ask lor Mr. Jlcbb. FOR RENT--Four room hoiw, bnth. attic, cemented basement. Apply 223 E Apple street. Real Estate for Sale Brokers In Real Estate DO YOU WANT TO BUY . . . KENT . . OH SELL?? SEE . IE TODAY--I have properties in all sections of the City and surrounding communities. Will be Rlad to talk It over anytime or anyplace. PAUL WAGONER 1009 W. CRAWFOHD AVE. PJ1O.VE H8 PROPERTIES FOR SALE OR RENT I T. C. PHAL1N. SO. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. PHONE 075. Farms anil Land tor Sale 83 FOR SALE OK RENT--23 Acre farm. Inquire M.irlln Wrtcklnc Co. K. D. J, Conncllwllle. Phone 4102-R-2. Houses for Sale FOR SALE--Crawford Avenue, East, 204, nice home \vith five bedrooms Niee location and niiecd n£ht, Jtobert Norrls. Phone 505. 5 FOR SALEI - FOB SALE1 BARGAINS--In all kinds ot used furniture Including \vashinfi machines. Also flat top desks, adding machines and typewriters DUI.L'S STORAGE 122 EAST PEACH STRKET PHONE. 50 STORE WIDE INDUCTIONS ON ALL F U R N i r U H K . HUGS AND STOVES COME INI SEE' AND SAVEI LAUGH TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES MEKVIS FUIiNITOfiE COMPANY NORTH PITTSBURG ST PHONE 2020 YOUR CHEDIT IS GOOD HERE' FOR SALF--Barpam lor quit* sale I Lcsur piano w i t h bend. 1 Victlola w i t h records; 1 reed porch table and chair: 1 antique mission twin se.it. 1 bed and spnnE co-nplctc. 1 st.mdaid Rotary scvvlnK machine, practically new. 223 E. Apple street. HEAL HOME--Vine Street near Davidson, six rooms, imishcJ attic, oak floors, new heater, finest condition two cat Kaiaj,e. exceptional buy. $5.250 for immediate sale. MANY OTHERS--In all sections of the City. PETER R WEIMKR V.EI.MER ARCADE 8y^ LEO BRUCE: ^^ copvRicirr BY LFO BRUCT.. REU AWJ BY a tmtM. PRKW AMOCIA CHAPTER 44 "THEN, I put my little question to the chauffeur," M. Picon went on. **I want to be sure that ho was not in tha village, I say. Can he tell me something which will provo him to have boon elsewhere? And he, the poor fool, who doca not know Amcr Picon, tells mo of the ting that was at half-mast. He leaves mo then only one thing to do. It is a hopo, JL chance, that he stopped the car at a point from which that tower is to bo aeon. And vofM it comes tract I discover that he went there with hla accomplice. ··Then worae, they both deny that they were out together. How toollsh! Hod they been innocent, why should they conceal It? A UtUo scolding for nn offense in the routine of the house, what IH that? Nothing. And by denying it, they moke it guilty. Oh yes, even this young man had his blunders. That then, mcs amis, is the explanation oC thia mystery. You, unfortunately, all of you who tried to solve It, sought the impossible. You thought, na the murderer Intended that you should think, about the manner In which someone could have escaped from tho room after tho screams and before your entry. That was foolish. It should have been evident at once to you tnnt nobotly could have escaped in that time. Then cither ho was still Uwrc, or the screaming hnl not been done at the time of the murder. And since ho WAS not still there, roila! the certainty was the latter. You aoo how simple, how logical, now that Papa Picon explains? But no--you do not reason so. You begin to think of the unnatural, of creatures with wings. You should have known that always, my friends, always in such cases of a murder behind locked doors the explanation la a matter not of the me ana of escape, but of the time at which the crime was done. Ah, If we all drew the conclusions which murderers mean us to draw, what a happy time for murderers! But fortunately there arc some who have a sense of logic! This man had, ns you any, all the hick. Bvcrythtng conspired to otUft the blame onto other shoulders, and to confuse tbe in- voatigators. There was Monsieur Strickland, tbo stepson, who would benefit so much, who hoc been in trouble and changed his name, who slept next door. There was tho butler, already guilty 01 blackmail. There was the cure who was not quite well in the head, and who arrives at the bed- stdc so soon after tho murder And there was Monsieur Norria who was also upntnlra at the time So many to be suspected! So much lucky. confusion. Surely be is But no--fortunately thcr arrive* Amcr Picon, with hi sen.se of logic. He is lucky no more. Ho and bin accomplice nre discovered. Voilat C"est toot!" Looking- back on tha moment which M. Picon finished, I think that my first emotion was one o sympathy with Lord Simon. I must have been galling to htm see bis card castle collapse, an the ironclad edifice of M. Pico take its place. He had worked sc hard and conscientiously, that h deserved to have been ftuccessfu But no. The Jittle foreigner was obviously congratulating himsel All doubt woa now removed. M. Picon had scarcely Hninhix speaking, and was still smiling i self-congratulation, when Mg Smith unexpectedly began. "What you all seem to forget, ho said, "Is that a man who can be a spy, can also be a spider." At once X remembered all his mystic references to King Bruce, and things or people or facts that hang on threads, and I asked ray- **I have dtHCovcrcd i*te murderer . * .** ho replied. now to be revealed as commoo- OCC. ··You, too, have discovered tho murderer?" I nskcd; not, I must \vn, taking the little cleric very seriously, but willing enough to diverted by his account. 'I have discovered the mur- ierer," he replied 1 , "by a rope, a ihrasc, and by the way in which a man killed flics. It Is very simile, but it haa the terror and the owcr and the Immensity of ail simple things." He paused for a moment, as hough wondering whether he should tell us. Then he went on. There was a woman murdered in locked room, from which the only escape was by the window, and the only manner of exit from .he window was by a rope. So without beginning to talk in that superstitious way of unnatural happenings, it was necessary to discover how that rope had been used. It could have been neither climbed nor used for descent, so we come to Lord Simon's explanation--that a rope may swing, and a man may swing on it. But what I think Lord Simon foiled to sec, was that when a rope can swing from left to right, another may swing from right to left, "In Mrs. Tfauraton's room there were two windows, one which was made to open, and one, constructed without frame or hinges, which would not open. And both had stone ledges at least a foot wide. And you were all observant oC the window which opened. But what about the window which did not open? It could have let in lovely things, fresh air, and moonbeams, the scent of flowers, and truth. Por the truth of this matter was behind the window which did not open, waiting to be admitted. "To escape from tho room a man bud to swing on a rope. But he did not swing to the right to the window of Strickland's room but to the left, to the unopcning window, for the rope to which he clung was let down not from Pel- lowes' room but from too box room. And there he stood on tha ledge, gripping- the stoaewor] above him, while you were search ins the room. Ho coald no _ ,, watch you clearly, for the window aclf what abstruse wonders were is of stained glass, but be coul ee when you had gone. And then returned. For another ropo was hung from the window of tho apple room, on which he could wing back to the window which id open. It waa simple to dls- xivcr this. One only had to remember that no pendulum goea nly one way, that an action has ts reaction, that black, in fact, ia ppoeed to white. 'But who had done it? Who- vcr had swung on the ropes had! lad on accomplice who hung them. Or should one say that whoever had hung the ropes had lad on accomplice who swung on them.? At all events tfacrj were wo people concerned. 'And while w« sat at lunch CD ''riday a spider appeared on tha able. The butler came into tho room and picked it up carefully n his angers, I waa watching^ and I thought that the man who] shrank from killing an insect: would probably hesitate to kill ant employer. But suddenly I saw a very horrible thing. The butler iad not shrunk from killing tho spider because he lovod spiders, jut because he hated flics. He took the creature and carefully set it on the window-ledge where several sleepy flies were crawling. And he turned away regretfully, as though he wanted to wait and! watch the results. It was appal* ing, but like many appalling} things it showed the truth, Tha man who bod set a spider to Jcilf. fly bad set a man to kill it* woman. "But what man? It had been i weak man who was persuaded nto it, a guilty man who wa» Blackmailed into it, or a devil to whom it had to be no more than suggested. It could have been no one who came to the door of tho room or was present at the search. And that afternoon I set off for the village church. At flrst I thought that I should have to loofc elsewhere, for Mr. Ridor was neither a weak, nor n guilty, nor a bad man. But when he showed me a fine piscina in the chancel of his church and referred to it as a washbasin, I perceived the terrifying truth. He was not himself a devil, he was possessed of devils, be was insane. And this madman was the instrument which the real murderer had chosen. (To Be Continued) Real Estate tor Sale Houses for Sale SEE THIS PROPEIITYI SYCAMORE STREET--Six room frame hoiihc, basement, vapor Rlcam heat, «11 conveniences. Two car garage. Can arrange suitable terms. WM. P. McNULTY EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 17GO. FOR SALE--SJx room house with bnlh. $300 do.vn. balance monthly. 51,000, Robert Nor rib Pcnc 505. Lots For Sale 85 SEVEKAL NICE BUILDING LOTSI FOR SALE--At Poplar Grove. 60x140 £t City water nnd fins, telephone service. near Street Car line and highway. If you arc Interested in Rood building lots at renl Bargain Prices, sec C. B McCormlck. Poplar Crovp, Phone. Con- nellsvillc. 1204-J. or write Post Office Box 144. ConnrUsvllle. Pa. Auctions--Legals Legal Notices. 91 LIABILITIES. Demand deposit* of Individuals, partnerships, and corporations * $1P9,514 89 Time deposits of Individuals, partnerships and corporations 209 552 92 State, county, nnd municipal deposits 48.308.18 United States Government and postal i-avmRS deposits 64250 Deposits of other banks. Including certified and ccshlcr's checks outMndlnt; . 4.424.70 Dcposili. ^tcurecl by plcdK*.* o£ loans and/or investments $ 15,00000 Deposits not secured by pledge ot loani and/or investments 437.44319 Total Deposits $452.443 ID Capital account: Common stock, 500 shares, par $10000 pur share . $ 50.000.00 Surplus . . .. 75,000 00 Undivided profits- net 20,030 33 Auctions--Legals Legal Notices. 91 HANK TATI:MI:NT. Charter No 0.3-N. Reserve District No. 4 REPORT OF CONDITION* OP TJIE First National Bank of PcrropolK in the State ot Pennsylvania, at tho close of business on March 7th, 1938. (Published In response to call made by Comptroller of the Currency, under Section 5211, U S Revised Statutes ) $145.030 33 Total Capital Account Total Liabilities - $597.473 52 Memorandum. Loans and in~ \estmt-nts Pledged to Secure Liabilities. United States Government ob- Dfiitions, direct and full liitnraniccd $ 15.000 00 Total Pledged (excluding rc- dibcounts) « 15.000.00 ' l t d g r d : Ai'.tlnbt Sutc. count, and municipal deposits . 15,00000 Auctions--Legals Lc?al Notices. 91 ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE. C. W. Martin. Attorney. THE ESTATE OF HARRIET MURPHY. Intc of Franklin Township. Fayctte County, P.i. deceased. Letters of Administration In tho above estate having been granted to the undersigned, notice Is hereby given to all persons incdbtcd n the said decedent to make piment to the undersigned without delay, nnd nil persons having claims or demands ngninbt said estate arc requested to me' c known the same. Phoebe M. Brock, Administratrix, Smock. Fa. 14fcb-Gt-mon. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Letters Testamentary on the Estate of Mary Morris, deceased, late of South, ConncllsvJlle. Fayctte County, Pcnna. have been granted to the undersigned, to \vhom all persons indebted, to said estate arc requested to make immediate payment nnd those hiving claims against same. v.ill make them known without delay. Harry Mortis. Exrcutor, Refdmorc. Road, South Conncllsville, Pa. 2ircb-Gl-mon. TOR SALE--Frame house uJih four bod- rooms. Hardwood floors down stairs. House in the best o/ repairs $5,000 Robert Morris. Phone 505 FOR SALE--Eight room brick house, all modun coiuvnicnccs Inquire 308 Walnut jvcnue, or call 180-M, Scottdale. FOR SALE--Six room house, all convenience Good repair Faimcu, uvenue, opposite liter 1 School $3,300 Robert Norris Phone 505 DID YOU LOSE o u r purse or card case? Let us run a Lost nnd fround ad (or jou Just phone. 12 or 13 for an ad- taker. ASSETS. Loans and discounts SIW.B77 2-i Overdrafts 10807 United States Government obligations, direct and fully Ru.tt.imccd 103 9.1*40 Other bonds stocks and securities 29001038 Banking house $4.071 01 Furniture and fixtures 1.11241 Real estate ounce! other than banking hou'-c Reserve v. Ith Federal Reserve bank Cash balances w i t h other banks, and eaMi items in process ot collection Other asbcts 81706 4t.592 21 35.7 ib "0 51240 Total Pledged . S 15 000 00 State of Pennsylvania, County of Fayctte. fcS I, Howard Adams, cashier ot the above- named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and boIIiX HOWARD ADAMS. Cashier Stsorn to and subscribed before me this l l t h da\ of March 1918 EDMUND MARTIN. Noltry Public My commission expires February 2, 1941. Coruct--Attest: JACOB H SHERRARD. JAS A KALMAN. O. P PORE, Directors ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE: THE ESTATE OF RAYMOND H, Rintfcr. late of South ConneJlavJIlc. Fay- ctte County. Pa , deceased. Lettt-rs of Administration in tho above estate having been granted to the undersigned, notice is hereby given to oil persons indebted to the said decedent to make payment to tfec undersigned without delay, and all persons having claims or demands against said citato are requested to make knov.n the same. W. S. Ringer. Adirinlstrator. South Connellsville. Pa. i Hi£b.*e, Lowclljn IllKbec. Attorn Cis. *7fcb-Gt-mon. NOTICK. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I WILL not be i csponsible for any billj contracted by my wife. Mn. Rcgina Audrey Frank 1 -, or ,m other members o£ my family. Mr Joseph M. Franks. Box 15. Siar Route, ConnellsvUIe, Pa. (Wheeler.) 14f,ir-3t-mon YOVn .MONEY REFUNDED it you RCt ircd results before your ad expires Why not advertise that extra dresser? ( Y the Total $597.47352 PHONE 12 or 13 for or. ad-takcrl YOU TELL US our details and we'll u rite your ad. Phone 12 or 13 for an ad-taker IN A PINCH use a Classified Ad.

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