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PAGE TEN, ras: DATDT cotnEirER, CONTOELI svroiE, TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1980. This Page Produces Plentiful Profits Cr-ABPtl'^KD ADVKRTISING t INFORMATION All aclf. aro rimtrlcUd to t h e i r proper claasinoatlon and to the regular style of typo Tho p u b l i s h e r s reserve the r i g h t to edit or reject any classified a d v e r t i s i n g copy. Errors in a d v e r t i s e m e n t - ) shouw bp reportod Immc.Jlatoly. The Courier w i l l not bo responsible for more Chan ona Incorrect. Insertion. Charged aeia. for responsltile parties will be received by telephone, and. U paid w i t h i n six days, cash rates will be allowed. , . Advertising f-rderad for irregular insertions takes the one tlmo rate. No nl. Is taken f i r less than a basis of t h r e e lines. C o u n t tho average w o r d s to the Uric. An average word contains six letters. Ads. ordf-red for t h r e e or six times nnd stepped b e f o r e e x p i r a t i o n will be charged for .only tV,e. number of times the ad. appeared, ar d a d j u s t m e n t made at the rate earned. Special ratei for yearly advertising: upon request, Cr-ASKIFIKD ADVERTISING RATES. Dally rate per line for consecutive Insertions. Charge Cash One Tlmo 10 -TM Thref- Time? ns -"' Six Times ° 7 06 WJIT3N ANJ') W H K R K TO PI-ACE YOUR AVS. The Clansllled A d v e r t h i i n p r Depart- jnont is situated at Courier Place. This ottice is open to receive advert l s p m e n t s from 8:30 A. M. to 5:00 P. M dnlly. All ads received up until 11:00 A. M. will appear In editions the sa,me day. Phone Your Cln*mifled An. No. 12, J 8 ot 'I" 0 The Ad Taker w i l l s l n d l y assist you, if desired, so t h a t the copy for your ad Is prepared I n such a m a n n e r ai to b r i n g the gro.itest result!, for you. Classification Index The I n d i v i d u a l advertluementg undor ths f o l l o w i n g classification are ar- rang-ed In ALPHABETICAL o r d e r for ASX OPNCKMfcljVTS-- 1--Death? 2--Caida ot Thanks 3--In M e m o r t u m ·1--Flowcis and M o u r n i n g Goods 5--Funeral Directors 0 -- M o n u m e n t s and Cemetery Lots 7--Person als 8 -- I t o l l x l i u s and Social E v e n t s 0-_Societ es ard lodges 10---Straytri, Lost, F o u n d AVTO.MOTIVK A -- A u t o j i u b i l o Agencies 11--Automobiles tor Salu 12--Auto T r u c k s , Tractors, Trailers K;--Auto Accessotles, Tires. Parts U-Ua.uu.pes--Autos toi Ulro, Taxi t.'i--Motorcycles uul Bicycles Hi--Repairing--Servlct, Stations ! 7--Wan t ed--Autoinoti ve I S -- B u s i n e s s Service Offered l s - a -- \ V l i e i o to LHne I S - b -- B a i b o r i n g , B e a u t y Parlors I S - u -- - J l l s c e l l a n e o u s !!)--Rulldlng- and C o n t r a c t i n g !.·()--Cleaning;, Dyeing, R e n o v a t i n g ^·1--Urt-sf m a k i n g and M i l l i n e r y ·±- -- H e a t i n g , P l u m b i n g , Koohrig i : t -- I n s u i a n c o and S u r e t y Bonds :." -- M o v i IK, Trticlcititf, Storasre :J7 -- P r l n i l r i H , K i i K r a v i n g , IHndlng US- -- p i o f c s b i o n a l Services ·J',i -- R e p a i r i n g iind U e l l n U h h i B U!)-a -- Av nlt:gs mid U p h o l s t e r y a I) -- T a i l c i i t i K .ncl Pu-sslng ;;t-- -VVanteil--ISu3lficS!, Service U I ' r - O l IK.\T -;i- -- H e l p W a n t e d -- Female ::,; -- H e l ] . W a n t e d -- .vialf ,",l-- H e l p -- Malu and Fc'iriale ;;,-,- -Sijln 1 t u r f , Ca u \ a s H t - r s , Agents lit! -- .Situ L t i o n s "W t i l t e d -- Fomalo ,;7 -- KHu itionsi W n n t e U -- Male 'I.\A\ J |.VI, -;;s -- iiiis ness O p p o r t u n i t i e s ':':': -- I f l % ( £ t 111 f H I S . S t O t K S , U O l l d f l 40 -- M o n c v I f i Loan. M o r t g a g e s H»-u -- K . u u l l y LcaiiB 41--VVa i t P i l T o B o r r o w -1^'- ( '"i ' i » * p o n d P n r p Conrsrt, ll'-a - M i t - c i ' i h i n r o u K HJ- I n s l v u i t i o u Cla.ssps 4 t - M u M r o l , Daru-lng, D r a m a t i c 40-- Pi h a t e l i i K t i n o t i o n f 5 _ i . - P i ' n a t c I n ^ t r u v t i u T i ^Mutit' 10 -- \ V a n t u d I n a l i u r t l o n J.IVKVl'OCK -17 -- ro!\s, Cat. 1 -, O t h e r Pets !S- -- i r m t - f s , C a t t l r , O t h p i Stock 40 -- P o u l u y , KKKS «ind Supplies 60 -- Vt'u ntcd -- Livestock, Kggs 61--Arlii'les for .S'alu ' 51-a -- l i t i r t o r and Kxohanjjo y*--Bo tts and Accessories 53--Hn.ldliiKS, B u i l d i n g M a t e r i a l . 51--Business and Olllce I C q u l p m o n t ,"i.",--l\u m and Dairy P r o d u c t s o.V.t--Peti 111 K i i u l p m o n t ot;--Fuel, Feed, Fertilizer v 67--Goi'd Tiling's to lOnt f8--ilcinei/iado Thlns^ 3 0 -- I I ' u.'-ehold Cloods 111)--.lo.selry, Watches-, Diamonds ( ! l -- M i ' U i i n o r y and Tools, lit;---Musical M o t c h a n d i s e ' 0^-a--Radio K q u i u n i t - n t O,';--tip.'ds, I'liinls, l«'l"«'ots 01--Sni'dlUs at t l i f S r o i i r ,"- -Wcviririg ( « -- W a n t e d -- T o JIOO11S \M1 1 «7- H.-oni!, W i t h IS'Mi-.l OS - Uuunih, \ V l U i o u t Ho.i'd 70---\ u c a t l o n Pl,i( es 71 -- \\ h e r e to K a t . 72---\Vhcro to Stop In T o w n 7;i-~\\ .luted---Rooms 01 Board IIHAI, r.bTATU KOR HK.\T-7 I- -A l a r t m p n t s and Flats- 7,"--I! isincsts P l a c e s lor K e n t TU F iMII-S L I U ! J j i t i d b for K e n t 7 7 - II ' H - . I - S i -i I v ^ i u 7^. i i i.i o n' 1 1 H - - U Uomii 7'i , ' i . M I M I I i mi. l - i i . · l u r K e n t ,S" - ]' ( n i n \ * o i t n ' ' \ M \ i -I V" K i t i ; \ i . - '. r \ r i : i ' u t s \ i !; t! ''/i . ' l; i i i Announcements DruUis Automotive Automobiles For Sale MltS. R V K L Y N S BRUCE. Mrs. rivctyii S m i t h tiriioe Ulod S u n day at h e r Ufnno I n i*airniont, W. VftJ of BoaHel fVver, J - h e was a forrnoji t e s l d o n t of U n l o n l o v n. ' MRH. ALIf'tO ''OUE.TNTC.Y. Mrs. Alk-p ( ! o u r t n y, 77 years old, widow of K r a n o l a C n r t n o y , of A c o s t n , dlo-1 S a l u n l u y a f t e r n o o n follo-svinK an Illness of rlropsy. f-he Is survived bv one datiprnter, Mrt May Rush o f ) Acosta; one son, Thomas Courtney of Somerset; ,ilao I wo b r o t l i o r a , ' .T. J. D u u f i h r - i - t y and n i i% . Dmipherty, and one slater, Mlsf Ca h o r l n e n o u K h o r t v , all of C o n n o H s v U i c . Mr. C o u r t n e y d i e d December 27. The f u n o r a l sorvU« was hoirl M o n d a y morn Ins: nt 10 n ' r j n r k In SS P h i l i p and Jamas Catholic; r i i i i ' R h .'il Moyprndalo. Mass wag celebrated by t h e pastor. Rev. .1. ,t. Brady. MRS, ROSE CARETTI. 'Mrs. Rose C a r r t l l 48 yonrs old, w l f o of Joseph C, Caretll uf Masontown, cH»cl Sunday In the Mei cy Hospital, P l t t a - burx. Besides hoi- h u s b a n d , she is sur- v i v e d b y t w o d a u g h t e r s a n d o n e s o n , also her f a t h e r , J srph r t o l f a r d t of J o a n n e t t o , a n d f o u r b r o t h e r s . MAKE ITS AN OPFBR--On ' a n y used far va have on our floor, 1 and own your own oar. C'vllle-OlclBynobllo Co., Eaat Appla Btre*t. Phone; $74. Anlo AccessorloH, fires, Parts 13 WHY NOT--Get some cash for your old bus Instead of leaviris It a i t a r o u n d and f a l l a p a r t . v Wo will buy It If you p h o n e "38" and toll ua whoro to call. PViyetlo A u t o Wreckers, McCormick a v e n u e . Flowers and JJoarnlnp Goods 4 WEDDING BOUQVETS--And funoral designs at reasot aole prices. Alpha Floral Company, Florists, 10S West Crawford avenue. Phono Autoinoti.ve For Sale SB3STN-O IS BELIEVING--A seven pas- sender Bulck, w i t h s,lx brand new tires-. Tn A-No. I condition, Vary small ffown p a y m e n t nonnellnvlllo Motor Company, ZfiO Kast Crawford a v e n u o . Phone !U. STUDBBAKEH STCDAN--In the b e n t of condition W i l l sell to you for $100, Can be b o u g h t , t h r o u g h our easy pay- m e n t system Connellsville Motor Company, 256 Enst Crawford avenue. Phone C-il. THOUSANUS OF \IILTCS--Of transportation are l e f t I n our Used Cars. SIP t h e m n o w ! Kv i n n Atotor Service, West Crawford Ave. Phono 1831. DO Y t i t l NEED A aOOU , TliUCK OR MODE! "A" FORD · Com - In And See Tl ese Values 1025--2-ton, J n t e - national Truck--S200. 1!)20--jy.-ton, .Sullivan Truck--$1(50. I'XIli---1-ton, Moil I "T" Ford T t u c k w i t h R u \ s ' o l l AVle--$175 ll)2Sj--J'ord, M o d f , "A" Coupe--?-l'-f. ISIilO--Ford, Mod. 1 "A" Roadster--$850, Tl JADES! TERMS! IIETZKL-YotTNG MOTOR CO. SCOTTL»ALB, P \ PHONE 170. FOUL) AOKNCY. AUTOMOBILES IN' ANY SiiAPK VV'K IIAVK JU !T WHAT YOU A H I D E \ V l o L CUNVINCK YOU The ·( Cars Are A I Classed J, r C! C h e v n lot Ccmi.li. 3U^« C h e v i i let Sedan. 1'JliS C h e v n let .Sedan, Dollvarad. 1U2S C h e v i c let Coaches (Two). lU2i L'lujvi l e t Cabriolet. JSi-7 l l u p j n ' b i l o Coach. IU27 C t u j M U r Coach. lt_'7 t'oid, T u d o r Sedan. 1SI2-1 UuU-k Six Sedan. 1!)2S C h c v i l e t I ' / s - t o n Truck. ONH TON TRUCK---1023 C h e v r o l e t , in v«r} b e a t oi o L i n d U i u n . ^ Has four apcifdft--tar\\ J.L d trajismliislon. NOTIC15. M a n y u t h e i liai sains Not Listed. MASON MOTOR COMl'ANi' Trader--O,jc-n Sundays--Terms. WKST APl'Li STJiKKT. PHONE 105. J I }) . . I) 1 I. , ! ! t i H M I -. 1 , l i t 1 ' ^ I M . w I ! · t u K Suiw Halo Al \ \ ml i'U -- Heal K.staic 10% -- I.KliAl.TM y(v -- i i i c t l o n e t i s . Auction Sales l i t -- I . i t f a l Notice-, ttlfl' NO MID S K L T , I X ( ) I n s o t m n l l o n of i i-i--\ k i m l i» i u i ! o K U f i l i n tho t.1 ssjliKvl He t ! u n i m u a ^ y r c f i ' i e n c o . P H U D K N ' T V K O P M J n n d p r o l l t a b l o in th n-l -M-IS-M-B-E-K TUB WEST 311 li iIOTOJ{ COMPANY W tl'BN iitiyj SO A USED CAR Kasy Terms! Tradts! Uasy VA^ AS YOU RIDE. TKUCKS 11)28 C h e r o i o t Truck--Screen Sides. 1U23 Ford, Model "T" 1-ton Truclc. (JARS. J02T Chf rolct Cabrlolot. IUl'8 H u l - k Coupe. 1025 Model "A" T u d o r Sedan. 102b Cb v r o l e t Coupe. 1026 Model "T" Ford Coups. lUCIS C h e v r o l e t Coach. 191!4 Mo.tel "T" Foi-d Coupe. WK HKI-P i'OU FINANCJO--Your oar. w i t h our i.'asy Pay men t Plaji. It'a for y o u r b neiit so why not u^e It. \VKST SI UK MOTOR COMPANY 4IU \S'. i V i v C o r d A\ e P l i o n c IOT !08. Repairing--Service Stations 18 "SHIP A HOY!" Srnd Us Y o u r Distress S i g n a l When You Nce-d Our Help, POES YOUR CAR NEED! HAS OR OIL, ttKEASED B A T T K R Y DRAKES TIRES ' 1 SO-- J u s t phono "21" or hring; your car to us. WP h n v p all m o d e r n e q u l p m m i t n n d our "Service" Is The Kesi. W. SERVICE STORE, INC, J,K ST., COR. MEAJXWV I;ANH H. C. HADDOCK, ATTENTION! MR. MOTORIST 1 Remove ^The Hazards Of " W i n t e r Driving." PLAY SAFE--By b r l n f f l n f f your car to us, and get your' broken Inspected. Wo will givo you a "truo f o u r wheel brake." While you wait. Our Borvluo in prompt. Electric J u m b o Giant H y d r a u i i j Tester. "Malcos Braking A Pleasure." OFFICIAL BliAKE ADJUSTING STATION EVANS MOTOR COMPACT x PHONE ,77. EAST CRAWFORD AVB, EARL R. KiSS^LA-H, Former Shop Foreman OU Th» Coniiellsvllle Motor Co. Go.rage. ^WISHES TO ANNOUNCE TO iris FRIENDS AND PUBLIC AT LARGE THAT HK HAS OPENED--An AutomobllM: Repair Shop at the Rhodes Motor Co,, 41S West C r a w f o r d Avonne. He alms to plaa««, regardless. IS.vpert service on all makes of car* or trucks, Flat rates, if deslrod. E v e r y Job Absolutely Guaranteed. GALLEY'S DUCO AND 8HOP- Auto body, top, f e n d e r repairs. A u t h o r i z e d Luco Hellnlahor. P h u n e 1073. IF IT'S METAL,--Wo can weld It. t J o n n e l l j J v i l l e I n d u s t r i a l W e l d i n g Co., W. C r a w f o t d Ave. Phone H)hU-J. Business Service Cicaningi iyelng, Keuovating 20 Cf'MPAKB THIS OFFER! -- For only ].UO, \v o w i l l cltian and prosa yt,)ur ^ u i l or Top Coat. We w i l l also call f o r and d u l l v n r , so w l i y b o t h e r y u u r ·scU w i t h llio "Canh and Carry" plait, C o n n e l l B v l l l e Cleaner u and Dyers. Phone lao. Heating, Booling 22 FURNACES! FUHNACKS!-- Hopalrod and eluancd. All makes. "From W l i l t o It's Wight." ISO H o u t h I'Utsburjf S'. For bcivlce, p h o n e Olb-J. S TjUMBliR -- Roof, c h i m n e y , g u t t e r , a o w e i , w a t e r and h e a t e r work a t moderate prlco.i. P m m j J l emtrgency b r - r v l u e . C y p h e r Hon, 120 North Second street. Phone 1710. WILLIAM SEUJ..EIIS CO--·' Q u a l i t y plumbing: and neatlngr. South PUtsburu street. Phone B46. Prompt service. and Suret.r ilonrts INSURANCE--"Wo w r i t e It rlRht." All kind«. Cook and l a u K h l t n , Inc., Inaurajice, 200 Flrut National iia.uk Uuildltig. Phone 52U, INSURANCE--All kinds, excepting life. Bertha Cunning-ham, Ins., Notary Public, tW First Natlonttl Bank Building-. Phone 435. Hes.' 1094-H. Moving, Trucking, Stcrage 25 FLINT TR.ANSFKU--Local and long dlutance moving-. Lov ratea. Phone 55J. Prompt service. Moving", Truck lug, Storage ' 25 ·Ulli C L A - 4 S I F I K H SKCTION Is a bl» c r u t i o . l t u i . u i u . ' u u t o r \ v h o i e a l l 'the liot.t oi'tti'M in C u u t i u l l n v l U v may be t o u u d and ( u m p L L t d d . TUld Cl ASSUMED r o u d l n j f habit m e a n s t h a t Ions m o n e y c o m u s o\it ol j u u r p o t k e u n d m o r e (JOBS I n t o it. K V K H V ' I.AS.SIKII'JU o f f e r has bit; prtntt, f o r unit-'ono. H-' YOU Via; l o o k i n g C o t a place to l!\e be ^ u 1 . 1 r ad i ' i e u i t e r c s t l n i : ' H e a l I S i t i ' i ' m i n i - I t! . ' l i i i j s l l l o i l GLOTFELTY'S TRAhSFliR--Local and long distance. Opp. Arlington Hotel. Phone S-I2. Kesidence ·H(J Bepuiringr n«d HeilnisJiing 29 CAI31NET MAJCKIU5--All work guaranteed. P h o n o 13-iO and l e a v e your order. P i o m p t service. H. and B. Co. Tailoring and i're.ssiii|j SO MEN'S CirOTIJINU AI/ri3RED--Sleeves and trousei'h I c n K i h c i u u l , vestb re- lilted, Pi/,/.i, C l t i K u n s Bank Bldgr. RICHMAN CLOTHES--All $22.50. Sold o n l y by Simons Cash and Carry. P h o n o 100o. "THKHM Iri a t l d o in the a f f a i r s of men w h i c h t a k e n at U i o Hood I«adsi on to fortune."---and t h i s t l U o la a l w a j s at tho llooil for t h o s e who read the Classified Sorilon r e g u l a r l y . IT'S ALWAYS si K U "J I n v e s t m e n t In end a tew i i i l n u t e a i f u l i day in reaii- s t h u i Injsilled ailh. Dollars Work Harder You probably workod hard to get the dollars which wor c for you when necessary. Then you will a preciate the greater distance they KO when you plan your spending through the ca 'efully Indexed ads on this pager Always Dif : erent--In Opportunity The A-H-C- Classified Ads Always t le Same--In Service Checjkj Trimming If. Used Little House Dress Employment Holy Wnnted--Fomale 83 HOUfl E 1C R KP BR W A N T10U--I art time, \ P M. to. 7 F. M. Fa/mil- ol two. Addrasa, l-fousokoepcr, caro ' o u r l o r , MAID WANTED--B'oi rre'ner. I houae- ·svorlc. Fa.rn.ily oi tvvo. Ca I 1146-^B., evoning-a. Help Want*'--Male 88 METAL FATTESN MAKBHPU3 WANTED --Kor plant manufacturing: a Una of Bmall cast Iron toys Local- tl at Lancaster, pa Good vrajjes a id steady employment to capable mr i. Writo Mr. Chrlstennen, W h i t e Hv an Hotel, Pa. Financial Family Loans NEED MONEY QUICK LT? Canh Loanii tip To } !00 24 Hour .Sorvlc* Small Monthly PaytO' nt» LIj BK SURPRISBD--J low easily a loan can be arranged, C ir f r i e n d l y and c o u r t o o u s service h va helped m a n y w h a n t h e y noecJd. r a o t i e y aulckJy. Como In, ' p h o n e i r write for f u l l i n f o r m a t i o n . There It no obligation. PERSONAL FINANCE Cl MPANY N13W MoCROKT BU1L.DINQ PHONE 34 112 WEST CRAWFORD v Wtnit)d--To Borr iw WAKTKIJ TO BOIOIOW-- U,,"»bO.OO na H i s t m o r t g a g o on city p oporty. Add r e s s Box 100. caro (Jour er. imtructioi Instruction-- Uuslc 46-A STUDENTS W A N T K U -- For b a n j o , i n i i m l o l l n , guitar and pla 10. Moderate rates, (Jlbson Studio, Se lera Arcade. Mercnandi Fuel, l'eol, i'orti iner ' ' A I -- B u y W a a h i r i K t o n t u n coal a t cas!i i r l ( - a f»y I J I H / I lop 1 dollvcred. HureeiicJ :o,il I D u bu. tun of Sllna 13c bu. ijluuli coal J l c bu Phone 12,'1-J CONNELL,SVII,L,B COKIN ', COAL--J2c delJvo-reii; Oc at the m l n . West. Slda Coal Company, N J n l h f :reat, corner ]-,el8onriiiK a v e n u e . Phi ne 1075. Jloiiseliold G 51) FOH B A L E -- A L baigriln prices. Dining- return table anil uhalra, two dreHners, o n u jf;is rang , tabioif, tras atoves, i'u^h, s e v v i f t g r m d i l n e motor, bookcase, b( v ], m a t t r c a i 'S, small roll top (leak, porch s w i n g , lawn mower and o t h o i h o u s e h o l d ar Ides, I'hone uS-J ov call at *!3,i C dar a v o n v i e , m o r n t n R B KITCHEN t.'ABfNBT - C o m b i n a t i o n cloctrlc, gas J i ' a t e d mangia, atcir. A ni o t can Ideal H c u t r o l a , t lactrlc awe - p e r , u p r i g h t p l n n o , j B V i n p u i ' t s u i t , l e a t h e r living room H U l t ar.d drif goo organ. U u H ' a Storage, li!J IS M B I Peat i ati'ect, Uon- n j l l o v l l l e , I'o. P h o n e 5 i. Radio 02A BOSCH HADIO--Soroej -arid. Freo demonstration. Radio i arvloa Co., 1B6 South P i t t B b u r g Btrool Phon« 170S. J3LHSON AN3J PlIIJjCO-- Radios, Free d e m o n s t r a t i o n s . Thi nma J. liUb, lia W e a t Apple Btreei Phone 19UU HADIO SALES AND SE IVJCB--Phono 1525. THK NEW MAJESTIC I AJD1O -- Como in and boar it. U-olde Tiro and IXacllo Co., East Crawtord av nuo. Phone 10. K MARVriir- U tlio r r e p r o d u c t i o n ol St w a r t W - a v n e i Jtadlo. TJ£E; SKT WITH THK PUNCH Uea 11 it I n o u r own l i o j n e or /it C l a r k e ' s D r u g t o i e , I!.;; N n i l l i P l t t R b u r g street. J J h' ne J U 4 . Specials at the Stores B R T T K K -- W a l l Papei oc up. it Bernardo Paper Co. J LI Wes or less m o n e y . i TOo Wall A p p l e a t i c - e t Y O U WILL f p t t l i e d r i f t o f t h r i f t i f vou raaxl tho cUssiHdd ad«. "KVJiKYTlilKG IN HA ID WARE" us llrst. We save yc. i money. bee Hard w a r n Corap. n y , 13-1 C r a w f o r d a v e n u e . P i o n s 104. riea 'l la- THE SATISFACTION-- lit b u y i n g - h a r d - w a r e f r o m "IjOUCKb " is t h a t p r l e e b are t h o same e v e r y i ay of the w e e k , .Luuckf, IJardwiu-e Co n p a n y , 131 \\'us,t C r u w i u i d a v e n u e . P one 135. Wanted Buy CLEAN WHITE RACJE--Wanted, Will pay 3c par p j u n d . *t ourior Company. WANTED TO BUY-- Hat top type- w r i t e r desk w i t h y p e w r l t e r comp a r t m e n t at alda. Cull Business Ulilco, Courlur. t!JST W H A T y o u ha e net y o u r heart on b.\ i n n i n g - y o u r e is on t h e Classified y c t i l o n . V . U U C A N ' T h e l p c. ' i - l n n n I lie t h r i f t h a b i t w h e n t u t eail '10 i I I S M I H ; I ids for t w o uf thrae ctay ! Real Estate For Rent Apartments and Pints PATIBTTJB STREET--Corner Og-den atraet, j u » t one block f r o m atreot car atop. A p a r t m e n t of f i v e rooms and hath. Ilot air heat. Hea-souabl« rent. Alao nl. 220 Quean street, six rootn housis .with b a t h , for rent. In ( j u l r a A. C. Herwlck, Wast Crawford and Fifth. Phouo 5^0. . - · ________^___ i , FOR IIBNT -- A p a r t m e n t In Smuts 13-ullilln«, 715 West Crawford a.venu8. ONB, 2ORTH WINDSOR -- Apa-rtOTant lor rent. Third floor. Inquire John IJavln, South PHLoburg str'eet, South ConneUsvilie. Phone 1108. Business Places for Kent 75 124 NORTH MEADOW LANE STORK ROOM AND WAJRE BOOM-- PoBseBHlon w i l l he grlvcii Inunedlately, Was occupied by Cha.s. F. White's P l u m b i n g K e t a b U s h m o n t . Heat and water f u r n i s h e d . Also garage, llent (s v e r y icasonable. I n q u i r e FAYBTTT3 REALTY COMPANY T D. Gardner, Manager SELLERS AHUALJK, PHON13 137Tj. HOUBOB ior 'Kent 11 SIGH'FII STHBBT, SOUTH', 301--Six- loom m o d e r n h o m e , w i t h bath and h c a t o r . Has flniahed attic, H?nts at $32.00 per month. Inquire A. U. WftR-omsr and Ron 1009 West Crawf o r d avenue. Phone .148. APARTMENTS, MOUSES, STOREROOMS ANB U-AltAUUS--Inqulro 12« Wast l j cac'h »treet. Phono 47b. Real Estate For Sale Farms and Land lor Sale 83 FOU KALI:;--188 aero f a r m , located one j n i l c north of HcoUdale, near Stato JHg-liway R o u t e 110 Good 12-room U walling 1 , also lars-p b a i n In fiiia con- d i t i o n . Stock I n u l u d l n r , 20 head of r c g i a l o r e r l U u c r n B e y c a t t l e a n d t l i r e o h o r a c a , I m p l e m e n t ! ) I n c l u d e d in sale Two acres ol c-oai, custom m i n e K l e u t r i e l l y anc! KHS in all I Arm l / u l l d l n g « . Address S, P. Sutor, Box 23], Seottdale or p h o n o 72-R. to i u l c k purehaaor. O N R E A R I N G CHILDREN feom CRIB TO COIXEC3E Complied by the Edftws of ' THE PARENTS' MAGAZINE Check trimming Is liked on houao dresses this season. More la shown a charming Httlo frock v o r n by a popular movie actress, Button Chic. Buttons are marching right Into front of fashions right now. A sweat voUet taffeta frock for afternoon tea or Informal evening parties buttons clear np the back ·frith decorative Ut- tlo cnt steel and moth }r-of-penrl buttons In the shape of hal £ moons with a Uttle lady in th«m. Monster I ^ The real monsters abroad today, as always, are prejudice ind Intolerance. --Woman's Homa_Cprr'Danioti. 3-Year-OkJ Matriculate / At Cleveland School HOUBCS for Snle 11ALDWIN AVlCNtTE, 420--Four rootn h o u s e for aalo. $000,00 c.iah. "\Vrit9 Box HO, care Courier. FOR SA.LE--Nicely a r r a n g e d aix room house, recaption hall and a nice alv.a bathroom. Hard-wood floors, hot water heat, also Rarafje. Leaving town I n q u i r e Josejili G r i f f i t h s , 1210 Race stroot. * Spring Shades in Hats for Southern Resorts How far tnllltners hnve progressed Troui the das'a when felt was tho only fabric may be aeon In collections of hats for southern wear. There Is a great (Uverstty o£ fabric, pliable straws having the lead. Such straws as may be treated like felts, tuclced, plnltod and so on, have won the especial admiration of Uie style world, and while models are remarkable for n greater width of brim, there are endless berets and such types Intended for resort vog-ue. Spring colors begin to clarify. Such tones as are shown for the winter resort season--n preclude to spring---Include blues, some of which have a purple tonnllty. Others border on a light nftvy, while others, again, nre ilnen blues. Oreons of course nre highlighted, both In yellowish and bluish ouBt, and pinks soern 1o be especially liked for Palm Beach. Civil Seryfcn Examination* More than 1,500 kinds of examinations are given in filling the 440,000 positions which are subject to the civil service Inw. An average of 250,000 people are examined annually. About half attain an eligible grade and »bout 40,000 are appointed to various services. True British Accent It is snkl t h a t Englishmen fenr the disappearance of the true British accent on uccount of tho gradual Americanization of Europe. There's no danger--a l,r,t of Americans practice It so carefully that they'll never let if die out.--Cleveland Plain Deider. Optimist Reflects Joy Optimism Is nothing tiore than a pleasant outlook on life, n sense of satisfaction w i t h the w o r l d -- w h a t it la, w h a t It Is golig to be. The optimist reflects the joy of life, u n d h.y so doing tnnkes It even more cheerful.--Grit. His Mode»t Conclusion The great trouble w i t h Uie ppoplo \\-\\a don't like us Is t h a t they have such poor taste.--Los Angeles Times. .Little Alfred Kent all Kelly, three years old, is one of the 25 children of the same sige recently enrolled in ths mm cry school just, opened fay Western Reserve University, Cleveland, of which hie grandfather, Dr. Robert Krnest Vinson, is presicler t. Matriculates in the nursery school pay the same tuition find rates as their 10,000 grown-up fellow-: tudents of the neighboring The mother's health, lor some reason, in supposed to Utka cara of itselfi It Is only th« occauionp.1 mother wha matches Johnnie'a yearly physical ox- amlnutlon with one for herself or who takc'K herself to the Jent!at along wltl) Kusan. Jler te«tli tin well as Sammla's require a dally ration of inllk and vegetables. Sunlight nnd play are just aa valuable for her na for the children. Yet it is all too easy tot mother to neglect herself In her eagerness to make sure that her family have everything that they need. 1 It !s beat to start training the baby's hair when he Is very small. Bnisb. tho soft hair the wrong way, wetting It Just enoiiKh to hold it and curl tha longer hair mi top of the head over the linger. Then, ns the child grows oldor, never miss an opportunity to f-oax along whatever natural wave ap- ppurs. Do not let the hair i^row too long, for its weight pulls down and lessens the tendency to curl. The purpose of punishment doubtless Is to Improve the individual. But such eorrecfive punishment must take on the character of training. And when adequate training conies In, punishment steps out. i ri To equip her kitchen In Bncfe. a way that her work Is easier and ie has more time to spend with her chlldrea should oe the aim of every raothor. A breakfast nook saves mother steps, and electrical equipment, orange Juice extractor, and a step-stool are good labor saving devices. Colds occur when the reclstnce of the delicate mucous membranes of. th« nose and throat is lowered so that they become susceptible to attack by- disease germs. Many well persons carry In (-heir noses and throats the germs which produce colds. These Kerms, however, do no damage nntili tb.e resistance Is lowered. Iron and copper are the perfect comrades nnd are essential to building up the blood stream. What foodstuffs supply these substances? Liver COD-I tains both of them, tn fact calves* liver hau more copper than any other, food. Beef liver ranks second. Cerenls, especially the whole grain ones, are valuable- sources of copper, while tha loafy vegetables, such an spinach and. lettuce, which are rfch. In Iron, havej to take u back seat when copper Ia( considered. » j ""*"* I Appropriate toys for the child frmri two to four years of age: Kiddle cars, wooden pull toys, dolls, and sturdy doll furniture, wooden twUns and tractors, slides, sandbox, tow! swlnfis, oeesaw, small boatc, pmsh «H gines. Ligurin Lout The Ugarlaa language watch was spoken In Europe 8,000 years ego WH« vlves only In the names of, a faw «h" crs, hikes and mountains, ttay« the Living Age. One of theso names l« lhat of tho Rhone. A contributor to }he "Journal do Geneve" has traced the history of that stream back to the Bronze age, when a darK-baired, rac* inhabited the forests of France nn5 Switzerland and left behind them ac written language, hut only Ersoh mllifir words as "Alp, "Seine" "Leman." ._ Today's Cross Word Puzzle ·31 Hi 101 ·as n "Sfi i t 7 s ACROSS I 3 To thfow t A skin dls jane t 8 A game 01 cards 9 Small Inscist 11 To mako t mlstaHe 32 An Intoxliatlng i beverage J B Work ,14 Twice flvt 15 To exist J8 To relate It To part vrHJj £F accident J8 To Inelto 19 A walktnf; BtlcK 21 Tho Mohammedan religion S3 To go by 24 Seventh i.oto of tho ecalo 35 A college student ,J6 Tho fonnl) j)!onet 1 from tho HUH '27 A fish wl 1) a epoar- llko snout '21 Exists 2« To P'rant temporary uao of 30 A siiicy icH ,, 33 Symbol 'or tel« lurlum Oil A UlaJ S3 A sreon horb 5l»b 84 A moaouro for wood 86 A mountain In Italy 86 Forward 87 Pry 88 Bono 3» Skill* 40 To contend 41 In addition 42 Railroad brld»o DOWN S Story £ Mineral-bearing rock 8 Time 4 Evil An«w«ir to Previous Puzzle » V/eb-footed MMa 7 An piiglo JJ^9 S To concoct yt 9 A procloue tnetol 10 Nothlr.gr 3 8 A pair of partnero 14 Measures ot welfjtrt 10 Tall-lean jumping 1 amphibian IT YOUKS girf 18 Joy 19 An Implement for curry luff catU* 30 Most weary S3 A painful moratory 33 A piece -of a\OM» Z4 L*£ircndary talc* 28 To repair 27 A festivity 3£ Semi-solid on of lioffs" fat ZO Granulated rock material SB Bwallowe hurrlodlj 38 To mix 34 Heart of anything S5 Before (pc.Mle 38 To hinder S7 Hoadway (al)bp.) 38 Ov«r fcontr.) 0 Man's cr«)««ft i

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