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PAGE SIX. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. TUESDAY, MARCH 15,1935. Courier Classified Advertisements For Quick Results -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Special Yearl^ Rates Upon Request. 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9c casi; lOc chargci (3 Ads to Bo Run 3 Times: Per line, 7o cash; Sc charge. Ads to bo Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c cash; 7c charge. These Rates/Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. · .-There a re/five (5) average words to each line. i 'Cards of THanks," SOc-Flat Rate. Phona 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker. Speaa/- ; Your-Ad Inserted "7" Times for the Price of Six!--Special i · . ; ;. ...:.;; : '- ; No AdHs Taken For Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Flower* and Mourhm; Goods 4 BASKETS i SPBAYS T_^ AT REASONABLE PRICES! r-P,,;R.~DcMUTH.i SONS CVILLE--5» · SCOTTDALE--834" -- rStraycd, Lost.-Found 10 FOUND--White and black Setter, male. Owner' may have" same- by^identifying, and^paywe'for kccp~nnd ad:~Mcrlc-R. Leichllter. Pcnnsvillc. Pa. ' .'- ' -Automotive Automobiles for'Sale 11 --.A B S O-L V T E 1. Y -- · "MUST. BE _SOLDI -. Compare 'OurTrlccsf"." ., . ...'.-Compare Our Terms! __ · _ - Compare Our Auto'mobllosf" Then See For Yourself! Stop In Today. ]:30 Ford Sedan .:..._, ../..~. .·--.... 3U3I Ford Sedan __,,._, »..«.«»..«_ $85 1033 Ford Sedan :. $105 WM'.Ford Sedan ?225 1330 Pontiac Sedan $75 193l*.Studcbakcr Sedan _,,._.,--«.._.«. $75 [ 1931*Bulck Coupe -. .--.--..--, $85 f 1D31 Bulck Sedan :.. . .... $95 1932'Esscx Sedan ...,«..«.......« $115 1935 Mash-Lafayette Sedan ... _ $295 lSS^.Terraplanc. Sedan --,1.-^;..---" $425 1B34 Plymouth Sedan ·-. $275 1033 Pontiac Sedan $250 2931 Lincoln Sedan _--,,--...., $05 193S Chevrolet Master Scdnn $375 Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 Business Service WILLING TO FINANCE--For 12 months. r~1034 Hudson 8 4-door Sedan. $395, and 1034 Chevrolet Master Coach at $25S. *Both are in A-No. 1 condition and ore . equipped with Radio and Healer. David - Wcrthctmcr. Jr., Colonial Bide. .70G So. --Pittsburg street. " . . · '-FOR SALE--Dodge Victor Six. four-door sedan. A-I mechanically, new tires. Price $50.00. -Pone 055-J. Autos, Accessories, Tires, Tarts 13 BATTERIES RECHARGED MOTOR OIL. 2 GALLONS .. .... 19c $3.33 STORAGE BATTERY (EXCII.) 45 VOLT.B BATTERIES 9Sc FOG LIGHTS'(PAIR) ?4.75 · SPECIAL TIRE SALE! BUY--One tire at the regular price and get another tire for $2. ·ALL WINTER GOODS % OFF! ' COLDE TIRE: RADIO'COMPANY 126 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 10. Business Service Business Service Offered 18 UPHOLSTERING AWNINGS--FURNf- TUHE REPAIRING. QUALITY WORK GUARANTEED. ESTIMATES FHEE! FISHER'S. 322 S, PC 11. ST. PHONE OG45. Excellent Terms and Trade-ins! BENNETT MOTOR SALES PONTIAC SALES SERVICE. K6 B. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234. Open Eveninfs! Open Sunday)] -SES THEM TODAYI 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 UQUOR STORE MASOS MOTOR COMPANY 127 WEST APPLE STREET · PHONE IDS. Open Evenings 'till 9 o'clock. Open Sundays 'tiU a o'clock. SEE OUR WONDERFUL SELECTION OF HIGH GRADE USED AUTOMOBILES ON OUR USED CAK LOT .UiD ON THE SECOND FLOOR OF OUR GARAGE. PICK YOURS OUT TODAY! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY. WEST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 407. LATE MODEL USED CABS E. E. VAN SCOY. INC. 258 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 143. LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 356 E. CRAWFOKD AVE. PHONE 1234. LATE MODEL USED CABS! HETZEL-YOUNC MOTOR CO. SCOTTDALE, PENNA. PHONE 407, SACRIFICE $339.00--1936 Ford Coach, four new Urc«. 18,000 miles, A-l condition. Phono 34. KEYSTONE GARAGE -- Operated by "Ham" Younkin .and Jim Taylor, former mechanics of the Mason Motor Co. General auto repairs. Phone 17GG; Nifht. 1775-W. 342 E. Crawford Avc. $1 OILS--And makes minor adjustments on any sewing machine In your home, Parts extra. Phone 800. Troutman's. WALL PAPER CLEAJJED--7Sc Per room, and up. R. Lcwcllyn and P. Moscr. Phone 2122, Conncllsvlllc. Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KINDS EXCEPT LIFE FAYETTE REALTY CO. PHONE 1375.. T. D. GARDNER. MGR. RELIABLE INSURANCE -- All kind! James R. Launhlin--INSURANCE. Sec me for rates. 209 First National Bank Building. Phone 520. Moving, Trucking, Storazo ZS EVERY LOAD INSURED! Long distance' and local moving. Modern 1 storape for household goods. we do crating for shipment by rail. Dull's Transfer Storage. Phono 50. 122 E Peach street. MOVING AND STORAGE--Accnt for Grey Van Lines. Reasonable rates John W. Miller. Phone 183. Printing, Engraving, Binflinr 2' E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUH PHINTJNC WORK! Letter Heads!--BUI Heads! For Rent Cards!--For Salo Cards! Calltnc Cardsl--Hand Bills!-- Blndlnfl No Trespassing Signs For Sale! All Work Guaranteed! At Reasonable Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 65. COURIER BLDG OR PHONE RESIDENCE, W. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 17, 22. 35 37 23 2*'. '20 25. ACROSS - : -· by.. Hcphaes-25--Bloodless 1--A-North:; ;.. third class -· · tus - ness American-. · - ships : '· 8--Paradise (variant) _ thrush 26--Kings (ab,---9--PcrchcU 26--Scriptures "5--Nips 10--Domestic beasts 11--A country 52--One of the Cyclades · -(poss.) 29--A Spanish game of cards (variant) · 31--A neighbor- - !· gathering 14--Small Island . for work" 15r-XJrgc on _ 32--Swedish star. " : .of American · films 33--Becomes heated 35--Verbally 36--Manner of . walking 37--Dogma SS^Statcs of ·IS--A wash IS--Give 20--Symbol for dysprosium 22--Any 23--Consequently 25--A-symbol used in Lloyds Reg- profound in'" later for sensibility .-;·.. ' - · DCWN 1--The oleander floating ice ·--The indis- -4~Girl's name ''pensiblc ele- 5-^-A lure - - ment in res- 6--A person on plratlon thr inside 3--Great T--A man of mssia of brass road* 13--Fruit"of "the " 'of the MO- blaekthorn hammcdan.s 17--Proprietor 28--Man's name 10--A protective 29--A swift, - cap for the timid rodent - finger used 30--A roll of In sewing wallpaper 21--Abhors 32--Acquired 24--Gang 3-1--Past Answer to previous puzzle m i Hii fsA « R Professional Services 28 QRKECT FITTING TRUSSES -- Elastic Hosiery nnd other surgical ippllancca. A. A. Clnrkc. PH.G. DruRClst. 323 North Pittsburn street. Phone 1JH. Repairing and Kcfinishing 29 Merchandise Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 56 COAL--Best grade 9-ft. coal. Any amount delivered. Sand, cement and building supplies. Prompt delivery. Gerald Schomcr. Phone 3001. PHOLSTERING AND .AWNINGS--Furniture rebuilt io give new satisfaction nnd appearance. . Large selection o£ fabrics, -Rudolph's;- .131 · E, FaJrvlcw avenue. Phone 1817-J. XCELLENT GRADE--3 Ft. Coking Conl. 13c delivered. George W. Kerns. Phone 4121-R-ll. GENUINE WASHINGTON RUN COAL-Wm. Dull nnd Son. Phone Conncllsvlllc 107; Dawson 3261 or 553L Employment Help Wanted--Female 32 COAL--Good black lumpy run of mine, JOc bushel delivered. Cash. KobJlla Bro^ Phone 2037. DAVIDSON'S LADIES' STORE Will accept applications by mail only, from thoroughly trained ready-to-wcar- salcswomcn. State all qualifications, former .iflllin lions, age. elc. Addn»5 All MAll To Miss F. Baker, care Davidson's TOR SALE1 -- FOR SALEl BARGAINS--In all kinds ol used furniture including washing machines. Also flat top desks, adding machines and type writers. DULL'S STORAGE 122 EAST PEACH STREET. PHONE. 50. WANTED--Middle aged woman to help with housework in exchanne for board, Apply In person at once. Mrs. Richard Heibcrt, Vandcrbllt Hill. Pa. Help Wanted--Male ABLE MAN -- To distribute samples, handle Coffee Route. Up to $45 flrst week. Automobile given ns bonus. Write Albert Mills. 4476 Monmouth. Cincinnati. O, RELIABLE MAN--For established Watkins route in Connellsvllle. No c.ipMal needed. Good earnings to start. Write J. R. Watkms Company, 232 Johnson Avenue, Newark. N. J. 1TEADY," WELL PAYING POSITION-For man over 25 years of afie, w owns a car and Is willing to work hard H accepted. Duties and pay discussed nt interview. Apply Troutman's Appliance DcpL 9 to 12 A. W. Wednesday and Thursday only. Financial Need Money 49-B SHORT OF CASH Get a Personal Loan here. Only ONE thine needed:--the ability to repay smitll, regular amounts on any loan plan you select. Como in NOW I LOANS up to $300--ALL PLANS. PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY Over McCrory'a Store. Phonc'M. WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE. Livestock Dogs, Cats, Other Pets 47 FOR SALE--Beagle Hound, six years old, No better rabbit, KroundhoR or oppog- sum. Liberal trial. References. $12 12-GaUKc double gun. $15.00. Also 22- rcpc.it rifle, $5.00. Phone Connellsvllle 475 or Inquire M. A. Hamman, 103 XVatt street. Horses, Cattle, Other Stock 48 FOR SALE--Two-year old Roan Colt Kcntlc. Moxlc Bukovac, Vanderbllt. Pa Poultry, Ejres and Supplies 49 FOR SALE--500 Barred Rock Pullets. 3 months old. Blood tested; good laying strain. We arc .specialists In Barret Rocks. Phone 1376, Shutsy Poultry Farm at Brookvnlc. BABY CHICKS -- All breeds. Purln; Startcna. Keystone Feed Store. lli West Apple Street. Phone 107, Merchandise Articles for Sale FOR SAL£--Hand hoist and bed. Phone 1577. FOR SALE--Hand embroidered work and quilts. Mrs, G. H. Crosby residence Pcnnhvllle Crossroads, Conncllsvillc Mt. Pleasant Hoad. ".T. . Buildings, Buildinir Materials COMPLETE LINE -- Shcrwln-WJlllam. paints, for interior ana exterior pur poses. Stone £: Work. Phone 1700, (·'arm anil Dairy Products. Houchold Goods 59 STORE WIDE REDUCTIONS ON ALL FURNITURE. RUGS AND STOVES. COME IN! SEE1 AND SAVEI LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES. MERVIS FURNITURE COMPANY NORTH PITTSBURG ST. PHONE 2020 YOUH CREDIT IS GOOD IIEREI FOR SALE-- Bargain for quick sale. Lester piano with bench; 1 Vlctrola with records: I reed porch table and chair; 1 antique mission twin scat; bed and spring complete; 1 standard Rolary sewing machine, practically new. 223 E. Apple street. Special at the Stores 64 SELLING OUTI ALL MERCHANDEE -- Entire ilock ot Men's Wear at Bargain Prices. WERTHEIMF.R'S. COLONIAL BLDG. 706 SO. PGH. ST, Wanted--To Buy CASH IS WHAT WE PAY-- DRING IN ALL YOUB 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' YOUnSELl SOME SPENDING MONEY??? Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board JOHNSTON AVENUE. 507-- Nice Elzo bed room suitable for two persons, ladle or Gentlemen. Rent reasonable. Usi ol phone. Phonu 532. FOR RENT--LiirKe front room, suitabl for two persons. Good location. 12 W. Apple St. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats FOUR KOOM APARTMENT--For *25,oo Heat find water furnished. Possc.sslo April 1st. Can be .teen now. Arrang appointment through Bertha Cunning hnm. First National Dank Bids. FOR RKNT--Apartments in Smut7. Apart mcnt Building. 715 Crawford avenue West Side. SIX ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT-Downtown location. Hcnt $35.000 Available at once. Apply Paramoun Theatre. COLONIAL BUILOING--South Side. SI room apartment available Immecilatel; David Wcrthclmer. Sr. Phono, 886. SOMERSET POTATOKS -- $t.25 bafi. Apples 50c bushel. 413 E. Washington Ave. Phone 8CD-R. We deliver. SOMERSET POTATOES--51.25 per bag. Rome Beauty apples, 503 E. Ncwmycr Avenue. Phoiu 182ti-R. FOR SA1..E--200 bushel corn. Paul Fel- Kar. nc.ir Bcllvjcw School House, Phone 4101-R-I4. - .' ' MR. FARMER HERE'S MONEY IN YOUR POCKET1 Why not run 5 small inexpensive Classified Ad in our Class!fled Section which will flnd a market tor your farm products, your live stock, your farm ·nplcments, and household gorls? You will find many people who want to buy the many things you have lor nalci The Daily Courier has a Inrgo rural circulation which makes it tho popular choice amcntf tho farmers and assures you that your message will reach the people who ore in the market for your products. You Will Find: Our rales In the above · Classified heading. 'All Classified Ads a*x payable tn advance I DID YOU LOSE your piiirc or card case? Let us run a JLost nnd Found ad (or you. Just phone. L2 or 13 tor an nd- taker. APAHTMEI-TT -- Two large conncctln rooms. semJ-prlvate bath. Will furnls to suit nuctls ot occupants. 223 Eas Apple streel. PlaccH for Rent 7 FOT{ KENT--Storeroom In Smutz Build Jngi Available March I5lh. Inquir ; 717 Crawford nvcnuc. West Side. Houses for Rent FOH RENT--Four room hounc, ball attic, cemented basement. Apply 22 E, Apple street. Wanted--To "Rent WANTED TO RENT--Three, four or ftv room hoU5C or apartment, with furnnce Adults. No children. Phone 1924-W. Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate DO YOU WANT TO BUY . . , RENT . . . OR SSL.L?? SEE -n-; TODAY--I have properties in a sections of tho City and, surroundln communities. Will be- fflad to talk over anytime or .inyplncc. PAUL WAGONER 1009 W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE. 14 PROPERTIES FOR SALE OR RENT! T. C. PHALIN. SO! CONNELLSVILLE. PA. PllO.VE 37 REMEMUEH, The more you My. th quicker it pays. DEIECI1HS LEID BRUCE: COPYRIGHT BY LEO BBUCEj RCLEAED BY COfTRAL PRESS ASSOCIATION CHAPTER « "ONl/Y ONE ropo bad been found," Consignor Smith was anying. 11 it hod happened an I thought there must be two. I, boped, on I thrust my hand Into ttho tank, that there would be nothing in it but water. The xlme as it appeared to me then Boomed too vile. But no--it was 'there. Two ropes had been uned. "You see, this butler here wan a very wicked and very clever man. He had been a butler for 20 yeara or more, and as he said, he ·had excellent references. But imagine what had gono to the making: of those references, what innumerable subservient humilities, what civil grins, what concealment of personal emotion! "He was a man given to hatred and Jealousy, who hod been forced for two decades to show complaisance and satisfaction. "At last he is employed by a woman who thinks she can. trick her servants into loyalty. But loyalty comes with trial, not with trickery. A man may call a June evening New Year's Eve, but we shan't sing Auld LaaE Sync. A man may put a crown upon his head, but we shan't sing God Savo the King. A woman may moke a will, but "re shan't sing Far She's 3 Jolly Good Fellow. And when Mrs. Thurston signed this will she was not securing for herself any service--except unfortunately the burial service. It was her death warrant. "For the wicked and clever man of whom we are speaking was too wicked and not quite clever enough for success. He was wicked enough to see that it ho ould get Mrs. Thurston murdered fce would. Inherit her money, but not clever enough to know that there was no money to inherit He was wicked enough to plan her murder, but not clever enough to find out that she had only a life interest in her first husband's money. So that the trick has worked twice--on the murderer an well as on the murdered woman. "He saw a way of escaping from all service, of achieving what all his life he had most ardently craved--his Independence. If he could eliminate this woman he -would not only leave the house, from which he had already been dismissed by her husband, without danger of the blackmail bo hod practiced being discovered, but he ·would also inherit his share of her money. He would bo comparatively well off for the re.it of hie lite, for we may presume that be Tuwl already saved a certain sum. "But how? He bad not even the courage necessary to murder this woman. But what be lacked Jn courage be had In guile. Be looked about blm for someone to do the thing for him. And It was probably not for some time that he found this agent in the un- Hkclicst place--the local vicarage. Something like n sardonic ftmite must have come to him when he first thought of that. For who would look for violence in x vicarage? Who would expect to find a murderer in a manse?' "Stall song base in the choir and made himsclC useful to the vicar. At first, whila the weak brain of the latter had stiH enough ncolth to ape normality, he was satisfied with that. But gradually he came to exert more ant more Influence over the wretched man, until he had only to suggesi something to the poor lunatU brain of the other, and he coul persuade him to take any course of action that ho chose--always providing, of course, that the vicar was convinced that it was his duty. Quite early in thel Sinister relationship. Stall mus have learned that this was hii easiest way to accession--ho bn o prove to the vicar that such and such a thing was his duty, and the thing was done. When I hink of it I sec tho stars turn awry with nausea. He was an unusual criminal, and/I thank God or it I "Then, drawing nearer to his final object. Stall began to suggest to Rldor that there was evil n tUo relationship between Mrs. Phurton and young Fellowcs. The vicar, with his mania for what he called purity but what I hould call purltonism, needed very little instigation on this oint. His mental disorder took ho form of an abnormal hatred 'or even the happiest and most nnoeent love, and when Stall began to fill him with suggestions oC this scandal, he was quickly and insanely alert, and doubtless saw many things which did not exist. "Then slowly the butler must lave begun to suggest the horrible dca that it was Rider's duty to assassinate the woman he had represented as guilty. He had ound a weapon which had hlthcr- .0 been the prerogative of political plotters--a madman who could w made to commit on act of vlo- ence for the sake of an imaginary virtue, a man who would undertake a crime as though it were n crusade. It was here, probably, hat he used that absurd story of :ho avenging angel striking at :hc old man in the tower. He led him on with .a legend, fanned bis anger with a fable, lured him with a lie. Until at last Mr. Rider was ready. 'I wondered at first that ho should have troubled to extort :hat last sum oC.£200 from Mrs. Thurston at that point. But I underestimated Stall's gift for calculation. He bad a very vile fault love of scoring off his fellows. By manipulating tho murder of Mrs. Thurston, ho felt, he would 1» scoring oft the whole series of his employers. By securing this E200, which should rightly have been divided with the rest of the estate, he would be scoring off his fellow-servant* How he will havo to wipe off those scores, it is not for us to say. "When at last tbc unfortunate vicar arrived on Friday evening be knew what he must do, and had been schooled into the method he must follow. No wonder ho qucs tioncd llr. Townscrxl before dinner, 03 though he sought some final confirmation of the facts to influence bis diseased brain. And it Is possible that even then he might have escaped the domination of Stall, and gone home an innocent man, if it had not been for that unlucky conversation with Mrs. Thurston before he took his leave. But she ingenuously tolu him that she was fon ot the young chauffeur, as indeed and Inoffensively enough, she was He left tbc room with his crazy conscience quiet, determined to set about the dreadful work which he believed to be his duty. "Stall, meanwhile, had everything ready. Thcro was UK rope hung from the window of the box- room and caught at tbc opening window of Mrs. Thurston's room on which be was to escape, the ropo hung from the window of the apple room to the unopen ing-window of, Mrs. Thurston's room, on which )K was to return If one could have seen them thcri they would have appeared to mak a great X on the'side of the house marking it out for Its doom, a sin ister parody o£ that inkmork by which 'our window 1 is designated on post cords from tbe seaside. "But unfortunately no one dl see them. It was a dark night and you were all indoors. So tha when Mr. Rider went upstairs t wait Is Mary Thurston's room fo his victim, no one suspected tha ho was not on'his way home, ex cpt Stall, who hod (shown hho there. / "She went up to Bed. At her ioor she hesitated, startled, not unnaturally, to flnd Mr. Rider awaiting her in a room which had, seen partially darkened by Stall n the hope that the murder might K committed before th« mur- lercr's intention was apparent to tho victim, and the alarm raised, "What crazy appeal the poof man made in those 10 minutes wo hall never know, or what wens ho unhappy lady's answers. But at last the thing was done, and hereafter the vicar followed Stall's instructions minutely. Ha cized the rope, pulled down tha window, and swung, a giant pider on his thread, to the wta- dow which did not open. Thero bo stood, gripping tb« masonry above him while Stall pullcfi in hot first rope, and descended to ho door to prove his alibi. 'You oil came, you broka to, ou searched, you left tho room, and Stall, on the plea of fetching brandy for the hysterical girl, went to draw in the second rope, n which Mr. Rider bad cow; wung; back to the open window. Ic said afterwards that he had gono to the front door In answer; o tho bell, to admit Mr. Rider. At flrat, I thought that, had that «11 rung, it would have been a peal of joy, for it would havo roved this unfortunate man's innocence. But then I found that all the bell-pushes ot the house, ncluding those of the front door; and Mrs. Thurston's room, opcr- itcd on the some bell, so that had t sounded it might have been a summons to Stall from Mr. Rider. n tbo bedroom as well as Mr^: Rider at the front door. It might, as I said at tho time, have shown , hat someone was not outside tho 'ront door, as well as that someone was there. "You know the rest. Yon coma upstairs and found tbc murderer, who, I prefer to think, was but .he weapon ot the murderer, In Jus room beside tho dead woman.* "So you think," I asked breathlessly, "that he cut her throat bc- um he thought it was a duty? "I think," said Mgr. Smltbv blinking at me, "that he cut her throat because he thought it wa» a conker." It was 'at this difficult moment that Dr. Thurston come into the room. T hope," be sold quietly, "that you havo finished your dcliber-:. ations. You haven't yet made your arrest, sergeant?" "Not yet, sir." "The truth is, Thurston," said' Sam Williams, "that thcro is *.· little difference ot opinion among these gentlemen." .Thurston looked puzzled. Ea evidently found this hard to understand or credit. "But . . . but haven't you discovered who i» guilty?" he asked wearily. "Yes. Well, that Is ..." Williams was in an uncomfortable predicament. At last he turned to Sergeant Beef. "Look here, sergeant, you, after all, represent the police, and it Is your duty to make an arrest. You have heard nil these gentlemen. What do yon think about it?" Sergeant Beef looked from ona to tho other of tho three investigators with evident appreciation. "Wot do I think about it? I think wot these gentlemen 'ova told us is remarkable. Remarkable! I shouldn't never 'avo believed it possible that anyone- could 'avo been so Ingecnyus. .· And the details they thought of! It was wonderful, sir, and a treat to 'car them. I shan't never forget today. It will be something to tell my grandchildren. To think that I've been privileged to 'ear all that!" His oycs,' usually a trifle glazed, glowed now with honest admiration. (To Be Continued) Real Estate {for Sale Farms and Land for Salo 83 FOR SALE--60 acre farm, four room house, new barn, other outbuildings. On Improved road. Cheap. Terms. W. W. Johnson, R. D. 5, Somerset, Pa. FOR SALE OR KENT--29 Acre tnrm. Inquire Martin Wrecking Co., H. D. 1. Conncllsvlllc. Phone ·4102-R-2. Houses for Sale FOH SALE--Six room house, all conveniences. Good repair. Foirvtew nvenue, opposite High School. (3.300. Robert Norris, Phone 505. HEAL HOME--Vine Street near Davidson, six rooms, finished attic, oak Moors, new hc.lter. finest condition, two ear gar.iKe. exceptional buy. $5,2SO for immediate sale. MANY OTHERS--In all sections ot the City. FF.TER R. WE1MER WEIMER ARCADE FOR SALE--Crawford Avenue, East. 204, nice home with live bedrooms. Nice location nnd priced riftht. Robert Norris. Phone 505, SEE THIS PROPERTYI SYCAMOHE STREET--Six room frame house, basement, vapor steam heat, all conveniences. Two car caragc. Can arrange suitable terms. WM. P. McNULTY EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1700. FOR SALE--Frame house with four bedrooms. Hardwood floors down stairs. House in the best of repairs. $5,000. Robert Norris. Phone 503. TWO HOMES IN PRITTSTOWN -- For sale. One seven room house, with bath, heater, electric. City water, fruit trees, outbuildings and two acres of ground. One six room house, electric. City · water, «ariu;e, chicken house and two acres ot ground. All arc free of debt. Laura Mllllg;m. R. D. No. 2, Ml. Pleasant. Pa. FOR SALE--Six room IIMUSC with bath. $.100 down, balance monUily. $1.000. Robert Norris. Pone 515. YOUH MONEY REFUNDED 11 you Rot the desired results ocfore your ad expires Why not advertise that extra dresser? PUOKE 12 or 13 lot ma na-taJtcri Real Estate for Sale Lots ''For Sale 85 SEVERAL NICE BUILDING LOTSI FOR SALE--At Puplar Grove, COxUO ft. City water and gas. telephone service, near Street Car .lino and highway. If you are Interested in good building lots at real Bargain Prices, sec C. B. McCormlck. Popinr Grove, Phone, Con- ncHsvillc. 1204-J. or write Post Oftico Box 144. Conncllsvlllc, Pa. Auctions:--Legals Legal Notices. 91 BAN'K STATEMENT. Charter Mo. 4.073. Reserve District No. 4. REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE First National Bank ot Dawson, In the State of Pennsylvania at the close of business on March 7, '^938. (Published in response to call made by Comptroller of the Currency, under Section 5211. U. S. Revised Statutes.) ASSETS. Loans and discounts '. S152.210.CO United States Government ob- lluatlons, direct nud fully guaranteed i ':, 100,403.07 Oilier bonds, stocks, aiyd securities i 343,414.84 Banking house ;.. 50.333.3-1 Furniture and \ 1'xlurcs (.. 2.201.98 8,535.32 Real estate owned other than banking house i 2.251.3G Reserve with Federal ! Reserve bank '. 5l.6G5.48 Cash, balances with other banks. and cash items in process of collection _ 31.303.1C Total Assets LIABILITIES. Demimd deposits of Individuals, partnerships, and corporations i 235,352.51 Time deposits of Individuals, partnerships. nnd corporations v 1G2.G45.71 State, county, and municipal deposits ; 15,283.77 United States Government and postal savinps deposits 101.2' Deposits ot other bankb. liiiclud- inff ccrtlHcd and cashier's checks outstanding J 2,886.15 Deposits secured hy pledge of loans and/or investments $ Deposits not secured j by plcdcc of loaiii and/or investments 41]f,li8.00 Total Deposits ....$419.542.70 Auctions--Legals Legal Notices. Capital account: , Common stock. 500 shares, par $100.00 per share -- S Jo.000.00 Surplus 150.000.00 Undivided profits- net 73*14.42 Total Capital Account --$273,514.41 Total Liabilities $689,783.83 Memorandum: Loans and Investments Pledged to Secure Liabilities. United States Government ob- Hcations. direct and fully guaranteed ? 31,150.00 Total Pledged (excluding rediscounts) ,,.. 31.1SO.OO Pledged: Atlainst State, county, and municipal deposits _.-- 31,150.00 Total Pledged ..._ $ 31,150.00 State of Pennsylvania. County ol Fayctte, ss: I, S. J. 1. Mornlngstor, cashier o£ th«, above-named bank, do solemnly swear' that the nbovc statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. S. J. I. MORNtNGSTAB, Cashier. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 14th day ot March. 1038. My commission expires May 19, 1941. S.-E. PORTER. Notary Public. Correct--Attest: JOHN 5!. CORK. GEORGE G. COCIIRAN. JOHN C. SHEBRAKD. Directors. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. ESTATE OF ABRAHAM SHALALA. deceased. Letters of Administration in the above estate having^bccn granted to the undersigned, notice is hereby given to all persons Indebted to the said decedent to make Immediate payment to the undersigned without delay, and all persons having claims or demands against said estate arc requested to make known the same. Samuel Shalala, Administrator, 209 West Peach Street, Conncllsvillc, Pa. Fred E. Younkin, Attorney. 8mar-St-tues, PATRONIZE those who advertise! You tell us and we'll tell the worldi Yearly rates upon request. REMEMBER, our special oflcr. We will run your ad seven times for the price ol slx- YOU TELL US your details and well write your au. Phone 12 or 13 lor mn ad-taker.

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