The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 6, 1939 · Page 14
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 14

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PAGE FOtTRTEEN. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNTSLLSVEbLE, PA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1933. Courier C/assi/ied Advertisements For Quick Results 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9o cash; lOc charge. lASSIFIED AD RATES- Ads to Bo Run 3 Times: Per lino, 7o cash; Sc charge Special Yearly Rates Upon Request Ads to be 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!--Spec/a/ No Ad. Is Taken for Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements I'ersonals MEN OLD AT 401--Get pep New Ostrex Tonic Tablets contntn raw O5«ter Invlgontors and other stimulants One (lose starts new pep Vo ue 5100 Special price 89c Call, write Union Drug Co Strajcd. Lost, Found 10 FOUND--ChanRe purse containing mone\. Party losing same call M48-W. 407 E Green Street. LOST -- Envelope containing valuable pipers Houard If relumed to 615 N Plttsburg Street Frank Mcrcndino Automotive Automobiles for Sato 11 EXCELLENT VA1.UES IN' GOOD USED CAHS! 1938 Ford Tudor Deluxe Scdin with *ery low mileage used \cr\ little as a demonstrator. $235 Down, $32 70 Monthl 1937 Chevrolet Sedan. $160 Down. $23 8C Monthly 1937 Ford V-8 Tudor Sedan $150 Down, $2282 Monthlv. 1937 Ford V-3 2-door Sedan $139 Down. $21 GS Monthb 1916 Dodge Deluxe Coupe, equipped with Radlojand Heater, $150 Down. $22.82 Monthly 1935 Ford V-8 4-door Scdin. $113 Down: $20.10 Monthb 1935 Ford Tudor Sedan, $118 Down, $20.20 Monthly 1933 Ford 2-door Sedan $70 Down. $13 50 Monthly 1932 Oldsmobllc ' 6 ' Sedan $125 1931 Ford Deluxe Hoadstor. MO 1930 Ford Roadster $35 1929 Ford Tudor Sedan. $40 EXCELLENT TRUCK BUYS! 1935 Chevrolet H-ton Pickup Truck 1933 Ford V-8. 155-ton Truck, equipped with special Produco Body, dual rear whccU. ?100 Doun; $21 70 Monthly. Very, Very Easy Terms! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY ·W. CRAWFORD AVENUE PHONE 407 1 Open Evenings I Open Sundays! J A N U A R Y S P E C I A L S l SEE THESE USED CARS TODAVI 1938 Hudson ' 6" Coach with very low mileage, car runs nnd looks like new. 1937 Lafayette Coupe 1937 Hudson ' 6 * Touring Brougham equipped with Radio and Heater. 1936 Terraplanc 4^door Sedan 39^5 Terra plane Coupe 1935 Tcrraplanc Coach. 1932 Pontlac Coupe 3930 Ford Model "A' Coup*. Very Ea«y Terms Arranged! E E VAN SCOY. INC HUDSON and TERRAPLANE SALES SERVICE 259 E CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 245 GET GOOD MONEY lor your extra household goods Put them on \lev, through a Classified Ad Phone 12 or Id for an ad-tahcr. AN AD A DAY keeps the Sheriff away X.ct us explain our yearly low rate on consecutive advertising Phone 12 or 13 EACH OF these ads brings together two people--ndvcrtiser and reader--for their mutual benefit and satisfaction Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 HFRE ARE JUST A FEW OF OUR EXCELLENT USED CAR EARGAINSl SEE THEM TOD AY 1 1930 Chevrolet 4-door Trunk Scdin. equipped \\lth Radio, new tires Up- hoMerlnp and paint good 1S38 DcSoto 4-door Trunk Sedan. Radio and Heater equipped New tires 935 Oldsmobilc 4-door Trunk Sedan with excellent Rndio and Heater 931 Ford Model A" Victoria Coupe equipped with new tires Terms Arranged to Please! AUTOMOBILE SALES COMPANY. AUTHORIZED OLDSMOBILE--LaSALLE--CADILLAC SALFS S. SERVICE 615 W CRA\VFORD AVE. PHONE 199 SEE THEM TODAY! O-K USED CARS INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREET MASON MOTOR COMPANY 127 WEST APPLE STREET PHONE 105 Open Evenings till 9 o clock Open Sundays 'till 6 o clock EXPERT TRUSS FITTING--Elastic KMl- cry and other surgical appliances. A. A. Clarke PH G Druggist. 321 North Pittsburg Street. Phone 194 VOUCH MOTOR COMPANY GOOD UShD CARS 321 SO PITTSBURG ST PHONE 8. LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BEN'NETT MOTOR SALES 250 E CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 1234. Business Service Business Service Offered 18 FISHERS UPHOLSTERY AWNINGS FURNITURE REPAIRS RECOVERINGS PHONE 9645 322 SO PITTSBURQ ST. YOU CANT SKATE ON DULL SKATES --Expert -.hirpcnlng We call for «nd deliver Phone 874 Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KINDS EXCEPT LIFE- FAYETTE RLALTY CO PHONE 137S. T. D GARDNER. MGR. GOOD DEPENDABLE INSURANCE -All kinds James R LaJBhlln--INSUR- ANCE See mo for rates 309 First National Bank Building Phone 520 Moving, Trucking. Storage Si FOR MOVING PHONE 50. DULLS TRANSFER CONNELLSVILLE PA. "FOR BEST SERVICE!' Modern Storage For Household Goods. LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE--Moving. Millers Trinsfcr 153 East Crawford Avenue Phono 183 GETTING v.hlt jou v.ant, when want it--at a price yo^ gladly pay--thalb good cause for sitLs'actlon Isn t It? And thats just what rerular readers of these Classified Ad;, are doing every da. YOU KNOW WHAT jou ^vant and Courier Classified ad-taker can tell you how to go about getting It. Phone 12 o: 13 THE DISTANCE YOUR money goc: depends on whether you are a regula; reader of the Classified Section or not. MAKE BOTH ends meet--use a Claui fled ad and get Q buyer. TODAY'S CROSSWORD, PUZZLE 10 ^ 35 16 32 1M 33 n 41 12 27 ACROSS 1--The south- 24--A drawing- east wind room 6--A garden 26--Hebrew dry flower measure 10--A fresh- 28--Related water flsh 30--Either end 12--To be in debt of a magnet 13--Upward 32--A grinding curving of a ' stone ship's plank- 34--A policeman" ins (slang) 14--AHU 3G--Cry of a 15--1/100 of a leu sheep 16--Purloin 37--Any Qatnsh IS--Interjection 39--Treat to attract 40--Make use of attention 42--Funeral piles 21--Particle 43--A station 22--A unit of conductance 23--A water ice 25--A halo of light around the head 27--Man's nickname 29--Deft 31--Inquisitive 33--A sudden attack 34--Drinking vessel 35--Through 37--Pitch 38--Marquis of Estc In Byron's · parisina" 11--French article Answer to proious puzzle DOWN 1--Rapture 2--The grave (figuratively) S--A beam 4--Above 5--A oung oyster 9--Footlike 7--The head (slang) 8--Oscillate 9--A longing 11--Fancy 16--steam 17--Limp 19--Exclamation 20--Highest note of Guide's scale s T A S e $ p o R M 5 H A L O $ M A K. E S3! T R 1 L L f^ A R. i S T A S N $ ] D L E C O L D S D A 1 U IS P 1 N K *ft C 1 T E ^ T A N G (ft B 0 H · V O 1 D $ P A M A A E O N m A 1 L V A N T T U R N M O N "\ O ffi E D E Y A W N 5 i B R O O D Business Service Printing, Engraving. Binding 27 LET US GIVE YOU AN E S T I M A T E ON YOUR PRINTING WORK! Hand Blllsl--Blndlngl--Calling Cardsl Bill Hcadsl--Letter Headsl For Rent Cardsl--For Sale Cards! No Trespassing Sign* For Salel Ail Work Fully Guaranteed] All At Reasonable Ratc*l COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. HONE 03 DAILY COURIER BLDC. OR PHONE RESIDENCE. »1. Professional Sen-Iocs 28 Employment Help Wanted--Female 32 VANTED--White or colored ladv for housework Two in famll Experienced ncccssarv Saliry $700 week Private bath Write, giving full address Box 10, care Courier. Financial Need Money 41-B IEED CASH--In n hum? Well lend \ou $300 or less on our signature Personal Finance Company Phone 34 Merchandise Wanted--To Buy G6 WANTED IMMEDIATELY--Your clean A-hlte rags Will pay ou cash. 5c per ]b Mason Motor Compnny 127 West \pple Street. Phone. 105 SAVE YOUR BIG WHITE RAGS I THEN BRING THEM TO THE COURIER OFFICE . WILL PAY YOU IN CAbH FOR ALL TilAT YOU BRING IN . AT Be PER POUND · Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board 68 FOR RENT--Furnished bedroom. 234 E Apple Street. Phone 1093-R. Rooms for Housekeeping 63 tOU RENT-- Three furnished rooms private bath, electric refrigeration 204 Davldon Avenue Phone 917 FOR RENT -- Two furnished rooms foi light housekeeping Cabinet sink In kitchen Phone 437. FOB RENT-- Furnished light housckccp. Ing rooms at Poplar Grot e Phone G7I Real Estate for Rent instruction Instruction Classes 43 FRANKLIN COMMERCIAL COLLEGE-- fapecinl night course in the following subjects will open Jan 9th: Shorthand, T ping. Comptometer, Accounting Fcderil Tax ind Social Security Call 218 or come in the ofllcc. Conncll*\ille FOIl RENT--An apartment Inquire Smutz Hardware Store, 717 Crawford A^nue. West Side Merchandise Articles for Salo FOR SALE--Hydraulic hoist und bed Slider's, Auto Wreckers. H D 2. Con- ncllbvillc. Pa FOR RENT--Six room house, oath he-iter st Park Rcndy January 1st Rob arris Phono 505 Buildings* Building Materials 53 YOU--Ate pntchtnr thit -.mill bre-\k In the kitchen vail or pla;tcrJn*; every wntl in the house wo can furnish jour needs Stone Work Phone 1700 Farm and Dairy Products 52 FOR SALE---Baled utrnw For rent 00 ncrcs farmlnf land Inquire Strlcklcr Farm Broad Ford. PT PROPERTIES. FOR SALE OR RENTl T C. PIIALIN SO CONNELLSVILLE PA, PHONE 975 tARMFRS LET US HFLP YOU MAKE SOME MONEYI HERE S HOW--You can and «. market, for your farm products, your farm Implements, your dairy product-!, your live stock and household nooda by runnlnc * small inexpensive ad in our Classified Section, There you will find many people who want to become your customer or buyer The rural circulation of The Diily Courier covers a large area ond yoi r advertisement will be rend by many people who nro looking for just tho things you have for sale NOTE' All classified ada nrc payable In idvince You will find our rates in the above Classified Heading Fuel. Feed, Fertilizers 5G GOOD LUMPY -- Run of mine cool. 100 bu Sc delivered, 50 bit 9c delivered. 25 bu I2c dclt\crcd Ca^h Phono 2037 Frank Koballi JENUINE--Washington Run Coil Low price Wm Dull . Son Phone 107 or call Dawion 3201 and 3G31 0-FT COAI,--30 IJUbhcl or more. QVs bushel, delivered Phone 1332-J. Household Goods FOR SALE--IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR BARGAINS IN USED FURMTURL CALL AT DULLS STORAGE 122 EAST PEACH STREET PHONE 50 t OR SALE--Four Kood used Gas Rangei Windsor. Erics and two New Process. Also one Copper did Coal Rini,c Priced fo- quick salt Slop In nnd jcc them todij facrvicc Radio . Electric Co West Apple St Phone 15D7 LARGE SELECTION--OF NEW AND USFD COAL AND GAS HEATING AND COOKING STOVES MERVIS FURNITURE CO PHONE 2020 FOR SALl^-At Hotzel Residence. J01 E Green St Piano. $^3 00 radio $2500 Victrola m-irblo top stind bookcabc dc«k For appointment cnll 885-J Macliincry and Tools Gl USED FARM MACHINERY l-F-12 Farmall 1-12-20 McCormick-Dccr. infl 11 Fo-d-ion Tractors 1-15-in Cater plllnr. 1-John Deere Thicshcr, A-l con dltion, 1 McCormlck-Dctiinr Powcj Unit -.0 II P 1 Hercules Power Unit. GO H P 1 Continental P U 40 11 P 1-4011 P Oil Pull Power Lmt 1-5 H P Shaw with rubber tire:* and attach mentx 1 Mood M Allls Chalmers THE- FARM EQUIPMENT CO bOMERSLT PA PHONE 551 TilLRL IS . fncndl spirit In Th. Courier Classified Dcp irtment which m.ikcb It i pleasure to use this dcp-irt mcnt tor rc^^llt^ try our service Copyright 19J3. King Fotum SjnJicitc foe. OUR CLASSIFIED SFRVICE ij ab nci ^ \our phone Just call 12 or 13 am %our rtcd!. will soon be met AVithout any further trouble on jour part PHONE 32 or 13 lor an Ad-taker. Apartments and Flats Business Places for Rent VEIMER ARCADE--Entire second (loo and room 13x70 street level Avallabli at once PETER R. WEIMCR WEIMER ARCADE Uouscs for Kent Real Estate for Sale Brokers In Real Estate DO YOU WANT--To own your own home. Jirm. etc? Sec me today an tot mo show ou howl A'so, Rca Lstate for rent in all sections Wm P McNulty Eiglcs Pulldinfi Phone Houses for Salo 8 ^ATTERSON AVENUL. EAST. room hojsc nnti bTth, pa\cd street. electric fas *md water. Immediate posse-Lion Priced reasonable for quick i-ilc Inquire. PAUL G WAGONhR 1009 W CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 148 FOR SALE--Six room house bath and heater two nances and about iour acrci of land House in tood repair. Outside o£ City, low taxes S3 500 Inquire Robert Norrls Phone 505 FOR SALE--Six room frame house with bath and heater, tw o lots, low taxes, $1350. Inquire Robert Norris Phone 05 IF IT CAN be sold nt all, it can be sold through one of thc-.c Classified ads Miss Carson's Funeral. The funeral scrv ice for Miss Mclibsa ,T. Carson of Perryopoli;* was conducted Thursday afternoon at the B. M Wade Funeral Home a* Pcrry- opolis. Rev. Fred B. Grimm, p.tstor of the Pciropolis Methodist Episcopal Church, officiated. Interment was nude in Mount Washington Ccme- tciy. The pallbeaiers were John A. ArmstionR, J Str.iun Forty the, Roy Lynch, E.irl Pctcis, Ollie A LULC and Thomas Ciawford. HEAD THIS FIRST 13!fate Rlttor. a beauty shop operitor, taking tho place of n friend for n week in tho pri\ato salon of Mr* Horace WJUierspoon Sr , finds herself in\oUod in a my^tory when tho eccentric old lady in found (lead under one of ihc hair driers ifter Elsie had left the room for a few moments Sho Is further humiliated when nho learns umt ono of tho acnnnts in tho Manor a hnu^ehoia suspects her ot tnklnj; Mrs Withenpoon« emeralds, which aro mNiinK Certain mcmbcni of tho WJth- rr-ipoon family and porno of tho hounc irucits Ktrlko Elilo as quocr, and ehc Jn ourprH^fi when tho old Judy s son, Ilornco Withcrspoon, advlsci her to rny notlilnp of, tho ml wing jftwela for fenr of publicity nnii the police Tho coroner nrrUcn for hla invcstfpratlon Phil Benson Klaic a friend and a reporter, comos for nn obituary for his piper and Khio nhown him nround tho minslon Mn WithersEMwn s funeral la held tho next day. (NOW GO ON WITn TIIE STORY) CHAPTER SIXTEEN TUESDAY dawned a better and brighter day, I felt quite cheerful as I bustled about tne salon, preparing the padi and curlers and ammonia for Mrs Horace's permanent Promptly at nine she arrived and by nine-thirty tilings were well unucr way I had iilirost completed wrapping tho hair when Miss Daphne looked In 1 Going to make mother beautiful^" che called, laughing at the tight of Mrs Horace looking like nothing so much as a piccaninny with her head covered with metal clips. I smiled. The more I saw of Daphne the better I liked her. ' I've been trying to talk herOnto having this done for ages," she sold, coming Inside and seating herself on Uie arm of a chair. "She always refused until now." 1 Better late than never/" I said. "Right you are," she agreed, nnd I thought she directed on anxious glance at her mother, *YU run along Glad wants mo to help her pack See you at lunch, mother." At a quarter to cJc\en Mrs Horace, her head a mass of kinky corkscrew?, was ready for the final step. I plastered her hair with waving lotion and set the wave. * Take the second drier, please," I directed, and was somewhat relieved v-hcn she scooted under It without demur. Either she had forgotten or did not care that it was In this chair that her mother-in- law had breaded her last. I fastened the cloth strip tightly about her throat and threw tho switch. I will never know to my dying day what midc me suddenly whir from the table where 1 was sorting and returning the curlers to their separate boxes, but whirl I did. For a moment 1 stood staring at the aproned figure beneath the drier What had caused my start of alarm, my certainty that all was not as It should be? There was nothing wrong with the plctui Mrs. Horace sat quietly, her hands folded In her lap. Nothing wrong and et -- there -- there It wa: again 1 A soft scraping sound like tho -sound of something dragging roughly across the floor! It was close, quite close Perplexed, I Up toed to the drier. And then--then I saw; I saw what \vis f mailing the noise 1 The nlipper-clad feet of Mrs. Horace Withcrbpoon were creeping slowly from beneath the hem of her skirt They were pointed toward me, toes out! On and on they crept, I caul. not take- mj eyes from them. Suddenly, v*ith a violent move "Going to mako mother beautiful? ment, they stopped. Horrified, my gaze traveled upward. Mrs. Hor- LCO lay sprawled in her chair, icr neck held rigid by the cloth trip of the helmet! Her lower torso slumped grotesquely forward, as if t had endeavored to escape the rest of her body. The room turned upside down arid right side up again before I Inally managed to throw the sv/ltch and Lift the hood. And as head was released from its forced imprisonment Mrs. Horace lthcrspoon slid noiselessly to the floor. As I bent above her a familiar odor tickled my nostrils I sneezed! Then my knees gave way and I was sitting upright on the floor looking into the wide open eyes of Mrs Horace I screamed. X I screamed again and again. Those eyes regarded me steadily. They were terrified eyes! I scrambled to my feet and fled screaming into the corridor. * * · I sat in my bedroom waiting for someone to come for me. It was mid-afternoon and I had been wait- Ing since tv. elve o'clock. Four hours of horror, of vague, nameless fears It was Miss Daphne who found me In the hallway. She hod been coming up the front stairs when she had heard me shrieking, and she had run to where I stood and had shaken me roughly. Before long the whole household was milling about the corridor. Mr, Horace appeared from somewhere, when 1 saw him I began to scream again It was his wife who lay on the salon floor with her eyes open--and dead! "Hush 1 " he said, and hla voice was a different one than I had ever heard him use It was not faltering and uncertain, but strong and incisive. It cut like a knife through my hysteria I was so astounded ] quit yelling and stared at him Open mouthed "What is it?" he demanded, and pointed to the salon. " S o m e t h i n g has hapnened,' Daphne said · Something dreadful, I think " What is the matter?" Delia Craig pushed herself forward. 1 Stand back all of you!" commanded Mr Horace in his new crisp voice. "Miss Rltter, come with me!" I tried to draw back I did not want to go inside again, but ho took hold ot my arm end pulled me across the threshold and shut the door on the crowd outside. "In the anteroom," I managed to stammer, and he pushed aside the silver curtain ' Good God f " I heard him exclaim He sort of staggered and Tell into a chair and hid his face In his hands For-flve minutes ho sat thus, then he raised his head and looked at me. 'How did It happen?" he said at length, and he hid his old voice back. I shook my head helplessly. "I don't know. I never left the room." "Poor Lcttte'" He knelt on the 1 floor beside her "I--I don't understand " "Father"' Daphne came into tho room. She ran to the tittle man.i and her eyes fell upon the body off her mother. I thought she was going to faint But she did not falnt.i She stood there a few feet from her father and, her mother--and there was an expression on her face that froze my blood to see She was smiling, with the corners of her month lifted ever so slightly and curled back from her teeth! I must have gasped, for she turned and faced me gra\cly. ' She's dead, isn't she?" she asked softly. "Yes, she s dead," Mr. Horace answ ered her. "Her heart has stopped beating." "Father!" And now another voice called his name The dark young man, Mr Richard, burst into tho salon His face was pale with apprehension "Delia says there's been an accident:" ' Mother is dead," said Daphne, and she smiled again that queer, blood-chilling smile. (To Bo Continued) Bandit Hunted Frank Hames, ex-conwct and onetime leader of a Chicago bandit gang, one of four men who escaped from the state hospital for the insane, at Lirm, O. One convict, captured, said the men were headed for Chicago for rc\ cnsc on several persons there. SALLY'S SALLIES R.r *i*rt! U S P.w«i Olfit* A chorus girl is one who shows her lines instead of speaking them. RULES OF ROAD SHOULD BE TAUGHT CHILDREN WHO GET BICYCLES, AUTO CLUB SAYS With accidenti involving bicycles climbing steadily in the past few ycjrs, the Keybtone Automob'Iu IHub, with hc.idquartcis in Philadelphia, advised that childicn uho re- cehcd bicycle* lor Christmas bo m- otructed in the "rules of the road " Many cnildren who have never bcfoic" ridden bikes will be ndms them Met the holiday season, it was pointed out. Unless propel ly coached by their elders, tho boys and girls wjll have no conception o£ their responsibilities on sti ecti and highways, "Patents mny save themselves much grief," said Edward P. Curran, club's safety director, "it they spend some time teaching children with newly-acquired bicycle;, the fundamentals of safe operation in respect to traffic Ji.izards. "The tremendous increase in death and injury accidents involving bicycles show that a great many youthful cycleis lack this, knowledge. 'Simple information such is waiting for tiadlc lights, slowing do\\n at intersections, making turns properly, staying m one lane of trafflc, obeying 'stop' signs, riding with lights at night and other elementary factors for safety may prevent death or painful j n j u i y to children. 'An increase m bicycle accidents conseiv.itwely estimated at 90 per cent for the last four years and a fatality rate much gieater than that o£ automobile accidents should im- pie«s the importance of safety teaching on fathci s and moth -i s who presented then children with bicycles this Christmai" A step in th.it direction is being t.iken in Connellsville with the recent oigimzation of a bicycle club intended to help cyclists initiate i piogram of safety at all times. When the warm months ncir, the club will seek to impicss on all bicjcle uders the need for constant \igil when operating their vehicles. Would Take Private bhips. WASHINGTON, Jan 6. -- The Navy pioposed that Congress authoi- izc the mautiine commission to take oxer private merchant vessels in times of national emergency The bill would permit the requisitioning of v cssels during any national emei g- cncy declared by the President even prior to actual outbreak of war. Owners would be paid for use of their vessels. "Nagged Wife" Sues Because Charlie Buttcrworth (bottom), vacant-faced comedian of the screen and stage, has disposition toward quarreling, his wife, Ethel Sutherland BuUemorth (top) filed suit for dnorce in Hollywood. Harried in New York in 1932, th« couple have no children.

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