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PA"~ EIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLB, PA. TUESDAY, JANUARY 4, 193?. Courier C/qssi/ied Advertisements ' For Quick Results -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. 1 and 2 Times: Per line, Do cash; lOc charge a Ads to Be Run 3 Times: Per line, 7c cash; Sc charge, Ads to ho 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/'' ; 5Qe;'plat Rate. v . Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker. .Special--your Ad Inserted "7" .Times for'the Price of Six!--Special v:.-:;::.-" .. -'^.No'AcLis Taken For LessThan a Basis of Three (3)..Lines!... · ' Announcements In Mcrnortam 3IILSEN--In loving memory ot -our tlcnr mother. Mrs. Mary- Hilscn. .At/ho died one year ago Sunday, January 2, 1937. We ml*x thcc from our-home, -dear mother. We miss Uicc from thy place.... A shadow o'er our' life; Is cast, We miss Ihe nunHhlncTof thy face. We miss thy klutL'ond vlUiOi: hand ... Thy bond and carnc5t_carc. - ^ · Our home Is dark without thce. we irilv, Jhce,. everywhere... Sadly .missed by_ daughter nnd sons. ilYATT--In loving memory ol our dear son and brother, diaries Hyatt. Hvh'o passed "away six T^'cawf ngo-_.1odny, January 4. 1032. · · ···- · - - · - ' Ills" smiling ways., ami-pleasant './ace, Arc s pleasure to recall, .;' Ho had a kindly \yord lor-onch. - -." And died beloved by .all. '."."". " : Sadly missed by mother, father,-sisters and brothers..- Mr. and -Mr*. - John Hyatt and family. ; . :..· 1.." Flower* ant) Mourlilne Coeds 4 BASKETS SPRAYS ,AT_REASONAOLE PRICES! P. R. DcMUTH Jt SONS '. C-VILLE-H) SCOTTDALE--834 L_'.'."- Funeral Directors -SIBEL FUNERAL HOME-- l.Tho'Loit'Word'In. Funeral Scrvlc*/: ~"CALL. CONNELLSVILLE 150. Personals " TO-WHOM IT MAY" CONCERN--Earl F. .Wlllrout IK no longer.employed', by The Service Radio Electric Company--ot -121 .W.Apple St., Connellsvlllc.:and SO W. Matn/St. Unlontown. .ami ;ve .will -not be'responsible for any monies paid ,to him' or any'business' transacted'.trpm thls-datc. · ; . -··-..- Automotive ·Automobiles for Sale 11 Business Service Business Service Offered 18 START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT DY 'UUYJNC ONE OK OUR EXCELLENT USED CARS! THE FOLLOWING CARS WILL 1JE SOLD AT THE P-R-I-C-E-S . - '-· ··· MENTIONED ' ... AS IS!!! '1932 Chevrolet Coupe -- $7i I 1931'.Plymouth 4-door Sedan ;..... 593 1931 Chevrolet 2-door Sedan $75! 1931'Pontlac Coupe : 575 I 1930 Ford Deluxe 4'door Sedan, ( - (4-cyllndcr) 5!9 1930 Ford Sport Roadster 549 1931 Dodrc 4-door Sedan, with a beautiful dark green Duuo - llnisli. · ready to Ko'for only '»..U.:.',^ZS125 2--1930 Ford H-cyllndcr) Coupe?, both · In "A-No. J" condition, each priced to sell at ?M 1P29 Oakland 4-door Sedan -with low mileage, can be boucht for $125 · 1030 Ford Sport Roadster .that.. Is !n;_ -- Perfect Condition I -- - - · $1 OILS--And makes minor adlustmcnts on any Kcwinn machine In .your home. Parts' extra. Phone 890. Troulman'o. UPHOLSTERING. AWNINGS -- FURNITURE REPAIRING. QUALITY WORK. Call FISHER Phone DM5. Insurance and Surely Bonds 23 INSURANCE . ALL KIND EXCEPT LIFE. FAYETTE REALTY CO. PHONE 1375. T. D. GARDNER. MGR. Strayed. .Lost, Found ..10 STOLEN--Blue-, tick and . bcacle · . pup, three-months old. Reward-for return to Stcrrct Shaffer, Conncllsvlllc,' Pa.,7It."D. z. NO. sea. "..".·..:._:.:.;...-·_;..:._!.; Automotive -Automobiles, for Sale U STOPl -- LISTEN! WE HAVE FOR 'SALE 'THE'DEST USED 1 CARS! . v IN CONNELLSV1LLEI Compare The · Following Cars! IS38 'Bulck 'Coupe ". '....'. S5SO 1031 Bulck 4-door Sedan S47» 1035 Chevrolet 2-door Sedan 5375 193S' Chrysler 4-door Sedan -- $545 1934 Ford "2-door Sedan ~ -- M25 1935 Graham 4-door Sedan . 4S 1935 Hudson 4-door Sedan SS10 1934.;Pomiac 4-door Sedan _..:.,,,, $305 1932-Studcbakcr 4-door Sedan --;.... 5123 1033 Tcrrap'ane 2-door Sedan $159 THESE PRICES ARE ALL UNDER THE PITTSBURGH MARKETI Can Be Easily Financed! YOU'-tH MOTOR COMPANY. SOUTH PITTSBUHG ST. PHONE 8. CONNELLSVILLE, PA. . 7;;"The Above Mentioned Cars-Can--^-- " - Be- BoitKht Through' I'.*.'-'. ...'Our.Easy Paymcnt'Plan! . . - WE ALSO~.JIAVE ON HAND-- '- · Forty. (40) other..cxcellcnt late model . passcnKcr cars and trucks that nrc thoroughly reconditioned and ready .for your Inspection. Stop In today and let us show you our display. Re. member. DECEMBER Is our barualn month 1 BE SUliE THAT YOU SHE Dim WONDERFUL . DISPLAY . . OF "... ' THE NEW "lisa"' ' ..: .-." MODLES'.OF.:: ·'.: v ' : ' FORDS AND LINCOLN; ZEPHYR CARS. ""' "" The"World's Beit Terms! Very Good Trades And Demonstrations I WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED FORD and LINCOLN DEALERS WEST CRAWFORD AVE. .HONE. 407. A-Ko. 1 SERVICE Is -what you get from Classified Ads. When you have' a special need to nil, phone us the particulars and details. You can cot an ad-utkcr at 12 or 33. '."/'."' . , C'.. :; ...',.'.' DEPENDABLE INSURANCE--All kinds. Sec me for rates. James P.. Laughlin. Insurance. 309 First National Bank Building. Phone 520. · · · Moving, Trucking, Storage 35 DULL'S TRANSFER STORAGE. Local and lonfi distance moving. Every load Insured. Modern storage for household roods. We do crating for shipment by-roll. Phone 50.- 122 East-Peach street. LOCAL--And -'lond-- 'distanco moving. Accnt ~Grcyhourid _TJnci All coods · Insured. -- Flat--rotes 'Given. John W. ·Miller. Phono."183. ConncIIsvlilc. P«. ;-. Printinir,;EnEravinj;, Binding 27 E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON - · ' YOUR PRINTING WORK I Letter Heads!--Bill Heads! For Rent-Cards!--For Sale Cards! Calling Cards!--Hand Bills!--Binding! ;.*; .No Trespassing Signs For Said "· - All Work Guaranteed! . At Reasonable Hates! : COURIER JOB "DEPARTMENT. PHONE C5. COURIER BLDG. OR PHONE RESIDENCE. 91. Professional Services 28 Open Evenings I Open Sundays! DR. GEO. E. DULL TREATMENT OK ALL FOOT AILMENTS. WOOLWORTI1 BLDG. PHONE 430-J -O.-K.- USED CARS NOW ON DISPLAY ON OUR USED CAR LOT WEST CRAWFORD AVE. NEXT TO WERTHEIMER MEN'S STORE. AND ALSO INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREET. MASON MOTOR COMPANY. Open Evenings 'till 9 o'clock. Open Sundays 'till G o'clock. PHONE 105. EXCELLENT BUYS IN USED CARS I GLESSNER MOTOR CO. Poplar Grove. Route 119. Phone 1195. LATE MODEL USED CARS I HETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO. ' SCOTTDAL^. PENNA. PHONE 407. FINE LATE MODEL USED CARS ' E. E. VAN SCOY, INC. 259 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 213. Auto Trucks. Tractors, Trailers 12 AUTO SERVICE STATION 1937 CMC TRUCKS ...NOW LOCATED AT 1017 WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 28: 31 35... 227 14- IS 18 19 - - I ·10 ACROSS 1--Custodians 25--Cheat 8--Before 26--And not (prefix* 28--Conjunction 10--A season* 29--The panda · '»· tng · 30--To cut off a ' 12-^Uvcd covering 16--Pshaw! ' ~lnycr 17--A shepherd's 31--Letter D ' pipe 33--Discovers 13-rAn arch 35--Boy's nick- 207-Itallon river name Jl^Sklll · : "··. - 37--Organ of 22-^Stlr -up'- "· hearing T23--SUw.very 38--Tokens of : thin" V . friendship DOWN !-rOv«rturn form of. 3---Parchecl .. though with heat 13--Ever--po- 4--A wand eticfomv . 5--Like 14--A pain In 6--'A do» the car 7--Slant ' . 15--Pushed S--Arrange 10--A hint or ,^1^-SirnpUfled intimation 22--In advance little value 23--To fasten 28--Queer with thread 30--Summit 24--The top uf a 32--Poetic form \vavc of evening 25--Whim .. 34--A beverage. 26--Mothcr-of- 36--Old form of pearl the 27--A leaving of Answer to previous jmzzlu ffl 1 1 Cfefi K m R. A CORRECT FITTING TItUSSES--ElnsUC Hosiery and other surgical appliance*. A. A. Clarke. PH. C. Druggist. 323 North Ptttsburc street. Phone IM. Repairing and Relinisliing 29 Merchandise Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers COAL--9-ft Conncltsvlllc coking, lump and run of mine. Pittsburgh Churnp- lon nut coal and large lump. Coke, all fclzcs. Consolidated Coat Supply Company. Phone 1700. COAL--Good black lumpy run of mine lOc bushel delivered. Cash. Koballa Bros. Phone 2037. GENUINE WASHINGTON RUN COAL-Wm. Dull A Son. Phone C'vtlle. 107; Scottd.ilc. 502: Dawson. 4037. CUSTOM COAL--lOc, 12c and 13c de llvcrcd. Gco. W. Kern. Connellsville. Piione ·U21-R-U. BEST QUALITY--0 Ft. coking coal, moderately priced. Immediate dC' livery. Gcrnlct Schemer. .Phone 1891. Household Goods LARGE SELECTION--OF SLIGHTLY USED AND NEW FURNITURE. COAL HEATING AND COOKING STOVES. YOUIl CREDIT IS COOD AT MERVIS FURNITURE CO. PHONE 2020. CONNELLSVILLE. PA LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE ON · YOUR FURNITUpE.- FOE SALE! ALL KINDS OK--Used furniture Including con!, gas and combmaUon ranges and heaters. Also Eomc good pianos at bargain prices. DULL'S STORAGE. 12! EAST PEACH ST. PHONE 50, Wanted--To Buy 66 TWO L. C. SMITH TYPEWRITERS--At reasonable price. Write Box 23, cart Courier, stating condtUon of machine price, pnd style number. Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board 68 FOR RENT--Furnished bedroom, steam heat, private entrance. Mrs. Freed, Apt 4, ]26',i N. Pittsburg St. FOR RENT--Furnished bedroom, sultabl for two persons. Inquire C02 Edna street. Rooms for Housekeeping 69 FOR RENT--Two furnished · rooms foi light housekeeping. No children. 254 N. Sixth street. UPHOLSTERING--Furniture repairs, slIjS covers. Perfect finished work--factory methods. Rudolphs. Phone J8I7-J. Employment Help Wanted--Male SELL SLOT MACHINE SLUGS--To Morc.«. Nickel-Dime and Quarter sizes. Write. Factory. 8C. Box 333, Dayton, O. Financial Xccd Money GF.T AHEAD IN 1038! PAY OFF ALL--Your bills willi a PERSONAL LOAN! Have only one plac* to pay instead of many! You need only ONE thing here:--the ability to repay smjiil. regular sums on any loan plan "selected. LOANS up to $300. Come In. PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY. Over McCrorv store. Phone 34. WKST CRAWFORD AVENUE. Instruction Instruction Classes FRANKLIN.C.OMMERCIAL COLLEGE Citizens National Bank. Conncllsvlllc. Mid-winter tt-rm opens January 3ra. ...Day and night, classes. 'New $54.50 typewriter Kivtm to oach one enrolling in January. Phone 218 Send for catalogue. -Merchandise;;.. Articles for Sale MATS FOR SALE--Courier mats at Jc per each. Can bo used for" ilnlnc your garage, chicken coop or out buildings of any kind. Inquire at Courier Qfllcc. FOR SALE--Child's bod. Can be used for cliUd up to 6 years o£ ajjc. Mrs. Freed, Apt. 4, I2Q N. PUtsburc St. . Buildings. Building Materials . 53 IF YOU . AnE-^RcpalrlnH a. sidd-NVa · concreting -a cellar floor, 'buildfn;! '- drive-way, or doing congr«tc "wbrlc'ot any kind, call us for ' high "quality cement, sand and gravel. Consolidated Coal ,Supply Company- Phone'1700. farm and Dairy Products 55 APPLES--Sprayed nml hand picked, 50c pur bushel. . Somerset.'potatoes,. $1.23 per bag. W« deliver. 413 E. Washfnc- (on Avc. PJionc 8C5-R. MK. FARMER j_ , HERE'S MONEY IN YOUR POCKET'.,. Why not run n small Inexpensive Clarified .Ad In our Classified Section which will find a market for your farni products, your Jive stOL'k. your farm I in piemen ts. and household Hoods? You will (ind mrmy people who want to iniy the many thlnn* you havu_for saU-l ' The Dally Courier has a InrRe rural clrculnllon ' which. .- inrike? It the popular eholee among Ihe farmer A and assures ·' you that' your: mcsiafic will reach . the people who ore In the market for your products, . · You Will Find: Our rates In the BOOVO ClaNMfied heading. All Clarified Ads are payable in Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats FOR RENT--Modern, rear apartment lour, rooms and bath. Steam hcai water, janitor service free. Rcasonabl rent. Kinsley Apartment, Inquir Harris', '210 N. Pittsburg street. KOR RENT--Furnished nparlment, Jn .quirc'lU East Patterson avenue. Houses for Rent TWO, FIVE AND SIX--Room houses, al modern conveniences. Newly decottcd 10)0 and 1011 Green street. A. C Ilcrwick. Phono 52G. Evenings 273. FOR RENT--Five room house, bath, steam heat, hot and cold water. Im mediate possession. 117 N. Sixth street. Phone 1722. FOR RENT--Modern six room house a Dlckcrson Run. with all conveniences Phone, Dawson, 4G02. Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate MAKE MONEY-- Buy Rca\ Est^,c when the other fellow ia scared ..nd wants to sell. Now Is the timel - PETER R, WEIMER ARCADE. PROPERTIES FOR SALE OR RENTI T.-C. PIIALIN. SO. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. PHONE 975 Business Property for Sale 8! ·FOR- SALE--Storeroom -on South Pitts liurR .Street. Formerly occupied b Robinson's Drug Store. Inquire Robert Norrls. Phone, 505. Farms and Land for Sale 8 FOR SALE OH TRADE--200 acres land i two separate farmsl Call Scottdal 40J4-R-22. ; . ;· * Houses for Sale HERE 1 IS THE HOME · . . :.YOU HAVE . .;:::;: -;: .BEEN LOOKING FORI " CROSSLWND .ROAD-Just one-half mil from the 1 City Limits. Ten-room hous Including'three acres-o£ land, and out bulldlnr.s;, two baths/ electricity; nc 1 steam- furnace, garage and laundry Just recently remodeled and in th very best .of condition."Price"Is reason able. Inquire. Wm. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 176 .' . . . A REAL BUYI BLACKSTONE ROAD. 710-718 WES SIDE--Twelve room double house bath and heater, all modern. Thl property · must be 'sold at once to sett estate. Immediate possession. Pric reduced to $1,500. PAUL WAGONER J009 W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE. FOIt SALE--Frame building. 18x36 let Corner South Pittsburtf Street .11 WooUlawn Avenue. Can be made in n three room house. $1«500. Inquir Robert Norris. Phone, 505. FOU SALE--Six room house, bath, ho water heat. Lot 40xHO trot. 1328 South Pltl.sburR Street. $3,000. Inquire. Robert Norris, Phone, 505. B LV -- Tiemp/e Bat/ey COrVRICKTi KtLEASED BY COfntAL PRESS ASSOCIATION CHAPTER 39 ' SO WE (JAJvLcj to our Homo at lugbt. M^ imagination aad seen it a*» wo uwcpi up'to the tioor--Uic liChi streaming out; within a leap- log Urc, a groaning board, cagei liiuios to ticip ua: My lawyer, nuu tolu mo Uiat clicro were a. UaU dozen laborers on tno, anu the superintendent, iiaycs, and nia wile, As we stopped in trout ol the house, 1 was clutched oy u chill tiense ox impending disaster. 1'llc only illumination was a faint 'glimmer through a small, square pane. The driver Honked, a door opened, and a dark form emerged. "la Umt you. Chandler?" a voice demanded. Resenting fiercely the familiarity of*' the address, 1 answered "Yes." The man came forward. "I'm Hayes, the superintendent." I snook hands wlUi turn and presented nlm to MJnu. "Glad to see you," he said. "My wife wants to know 11 your driver's going to stay to supper?" "Ho, he has to get back:.". I helped Mimi out. Her un- gloved hand as 1 touched It was cold. She had not spoken. The men behind us were busy with the bags. Together we crcojc-d the little porch and went through Che open door. The room which we entered was utterly without charm. There was -no llrcplacc. A great high-shouldered black stove gave out waves of heat which were grateful otter the chill of the mountain air, but there was no glowing welcome of flames--only a sickly flicker of yellow and blue through the mica squares. The furniture was expensive but hideous--golden oak and maroon brocade. The lamp on the . table had a painted china shade. The pictures on the walls were col- . orcd photographs. Their flamboyant pinks and blues brought a ··rushing memory of the UtUc blonde who had dined with Uncle Jerry at the Washington restaurant. At the far end of the room a long dining table was set for two. Above it hung a lamp with a. chain mechanism by which It could be raised or lowered. A'plump woman In a checked gingham dress was setting; a huge plotter on the table. She · wiped her hands on her apron and came forward. "I am Mrs. Hayes," she said. "I told Hayes I'd better get your supper. I thought Mrs. Chandler would b« too tired to do anything herself." My voice seemed to come from far oB. "Where is the cook?" 1 "There ain't been any hired girl since your Uncle Jerry left. They're hard to get. He had some Indian help. The men about the place cook for themselves, and I look after Hayes." Again that far-off voice which was mine. "This Is Mrs. Chandler, MrsJ Hayes. If you will Hhow her to her room she can get ready for supper." Without a stance at me, Miml followed her. And I stood in that dreadful place, stunned by the impact of realities. The men brought In the bags. Mrs. Hayes camo bock. The food was steaming on the table, "you'd oeller riurry or tilings will get cold," t|io good woman warned me. ! "I'll tall Mrs. Chandler." 1 found it nard to speak, j went towards the room uuo wiucli Muni had disappeared. 1'hc door was open. As i. entered, 1 saw that there was a room ouyond. i'hc effect ot both ot the bedrooms was quiet and comfortable. The turru- turc was walnut and the covers on the dressers and tables were snowy white. In the second room Mlmi was unpacking feverishly, the oag which Mr. Hayes Had Drought. 1 stood on the threshold. "Muni,' 1 said, and my tongue soemod thick, "supper is ready, my dearest." She turned and faced me, and 1 saw then that the radiance, which had been hers, was gone. "1 am not dressed. Jerry," she said. "You needn't £rcss, my darling.' "Why not? I've always dressed for dinner, Jerry. Do you think I'm going to give it up--" ner voice was tense; "do you think 1 am going to give it up ... just because X am married? Just because you have dared to begin our married life with a ... He ... T" "Mlml," i implored, "it Isn't my fault. Undo Jerry told me it was wonderful." "I know what ho told. But you had no right to bring me nere until you knew the truth. If J. had dreamed I would flnd this--" the wave of her hands seemed to Include the room ui which we stood and the dreadfulncss beyond, "do you think I would have come?" She turned from me and began to lay out her. things on the dresser--the crystal bottles and the silver* brushes--"You'd better get ready, too, Jerry," she said In a cool little voice. "Your bogs are in the other room." I don't know what my superintendent and his wife thought of us when we finally appeared. Mlml with her bare neck and bare arms, her wisp of train, the glittering comb in her russet hair. I, miserable in my dinner jacket, drew out a chair for her. "We arc sorry to be late," I said, "but we had to freshen up a bit." Mlml, too, apologized. "It Is too bad you had to cook our dinner, Mrs. Hayes. We would have brought someone with us if we had known." "You might bring 'cm, but they' won't stay," sold Mrs. Hayes, pessimistically. "The Indian women weren't so bad. But you can't get 'em any more for housework. The old ones are too old, and the young ones don't like it." She had kept the food hot in the kitchen, and again brought in the big platters. I was hungry and the fried beefsteak and hot biscuits,, the stewed cherries and excellent coffee had the effect c* a feast to me. But Miml ate little. She simply sat there, an incongruous, exotic figure. "Your coffee Is delicious," she told Mrs. Hayes, "but I really don't want anything else." Mrs. Hayes, who had promised to be garrulous on Qrst acquaintance, seemed tongue-tied. She and her husband stole glances at Mlml, as they came back and forth on various errands, he to put wood in the stove--to build up the fires in the bedrooms; she, with relays of hot biscuits. When supper was over I found that Mr. and Mrs. Hayos expected to be sociable, so we all sat around the hlch-shoul- aered stove, ana Hayes and smoked and tulkc-0 ol Uic ran en matters, while Minn ana Mrs. . Hayes discussed, 03 i learned afterwards, domestic auoirs. At last our guests rose. "I tola Mrs. Chandler to icavu tnc dishes, and my daughter, Dora, will come over in the morning, I'd come, but it 12 ' baking day and I- bake all my own oread. I'm going to send a few loaves to you. Dora ain't mucn ot a COOK--but sue can help with tnc hard work. And, : Mrs. Chandler don't look strong/'. "1 am strong enough," Miml said, "but 1 am not very experienced." She was smiling, and a faint hope warmed my heart. At last we wen: alone. 1 camo back from seeing the friendly couple to the door and found Miml standing in tront of the high-shouldered stove. 1 put my arnu around her. She shivered, but did not draw away. "My dearest," * said, "1 am sorry . . . But we'v« got to make the best of'it..." She gave me a little push and stood back. "If you hadn't said that, Jerry, i--1 might nave for- . given you. But there isn't any best to make of it. If you had said, 'Mlmi, it Is horrible. Tomorrow we'll run away . . .' But tomorrow you expect me to . . . *o talk to that awful Mrs. Hayes'. ... and her daughter . . . I've never seen such people--Jerry. And there they sat and sat and sat-until 1 thought I should go mad. One can't bo ungracious In one's . own house. But . . . but you, might have gotten rid of them. You might have told them 1 was tired. And--I don't want to make the best of it. Jerry. There Isn't any best " "My dear," I sold, "it Is our home. And we are married." She flung out her hands, "Oh, wouldn't Mother crow over me-and Olga--and Andy " I dropped my hands heavily on her shoulders. "Do you think." I asked sternly, "that I care what your mother thinks, or Olga, or Andy, or anylwdy else In the wholo wide world but yourself? I would' rather have died than .have had this happen. But it has happened. Mlml, Oils Is our first night in oar new home . . ·. arc you going to shut your heart against me ... ?" For a moment she wavered, then she said. "I can't talk about It I only know that II we go on arguing I shall say things that hurt you . . . and I am . . . tired. Perhaps. In the morning, Jerry ... I can think better ..." And so she left me, without a tender word, without a kiss. · And I sat by the high-shouldered blaclt- stovc and thought of the wide hearth of my dreams. I thought of Miml, as my fancy''had pointed her, the mistress of my castle: I thought of the slmpre grace which my father had always said and with which I had hoped to bless the food served at our own table. And now my dreams were shattered; my hopes were dead. -If Mlml's love had not survived this shock, it was not love as I knew It In this lay the heartbreak. What cared I If the furniture was frightful, the pictures a blot on the ' walls, the high-shouldered stove a travesty on .the leaping ' flames of my imagining. If Mlmi had loved me, wo could have laughed at it all, have surmounted all obstacles, have found bliss even against such a background. (To Bo Continued) Real Estate for Sale Houses tor Sale 8-1 SEE THESE PROPERTIES I SOUTH CONNELLSVILLE -- Six room frame house, finished attic, hot air heat, bath, good cellar, two car garage. Modern anil In the very best of condition. Price S4.000. COTTAGE AVENUE--Five room frame house, bath and garage. Priced to sell at ?I,200. WM. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1760. Auct-ions-Legals Legal Notices. 91 EXECUTORS' NOTICE. ESTATE OF CONRAD SNYDER. LATE of East Liberty. Dunbar Township. Fay- cttc County, Pa., deceased. Letters testamentary in the above named' estate havlm: been granted to the undersigned, notice Is hereby given to all persons indebted to the said decedent lo make payment to the undersigned without delay, and all persons having claims or demands against said estate arc requested to make known the same, W. A. Danncr, Pearl Danncr, . . Executors, Lock Box 376, Vanderbllt, Pa. 7dcc-Gt-tucs. - Albert Gcorsc Dies. Albert George, 53 years old, died at 1:50 o'clock Sunday morning at his home in West Side, West Newton. · He is survived by his widow, Annie Reinnart George, and 10 children: Albert George of West Newton, Mrs. Margaret Farmer and. Mrs. Cecelia Farmer, both ot Gratzlown, Mrs, Irene Schrock of West Newton, Herman, August, Louis, Viola, Alice and Ernest, all at home. Also surviving are four grandchildren and the following brothers and sisters: Ernest George and Mrs. Mildred Humes, both of Finleyville: Mrs. Elma Seckera, Mrs. Minnie Bergman and Mrs. Ida Olscan, all o£ Collinsburg, and Mrs. Martha Campbell of He was a member of the Collinsburg Leaderkrantz. The funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon in charge of Rev. Nicklos, of Christ Lutheran Church. Interment was in West Newton Cemetery. Confluence CONFLUENCE, Jan. 4.--Word has jcen received here of an accident to Calvin Livengood, a well known resident of near Listonburg. It is reported that while operating a corn shredder his; hand, excepting the thumb,' was cut off. P. E. Vincent, Baltimore Ohio .elcgraph operator who has been suf- Tering with an ear affliction for several months, is slowly improving. Frank Anderson of Listonburg was a week-end visitor. Dolly Havner was a recent visitor in Connellsville with relatives. Cecil Vincent, Raymond Sawyer, Miss Lydia Stapleton and Clay Fcrst, all of Westville, Ohio were recent visitors with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. ^inccnt. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Burnworth, Miss Myrtle Hopwood and Kenneth Burnworth were week-end visitors with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Burnworth in Connellsville. The Maccabcc Order here will hold a meeting in Odd Fellows Hall tonight, A number of local persons attended the funeral of Mrs. John Frazee in Marfcleysburg. Clarence Gerhard of Washington has returned there after a few days' visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Gerhard. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gerhard and daughter, Beverly, of Ellwood City, were recent visitors with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Gerhard. On their return home they were accompanied by the former's sister, Mrs. Frank Kurtz. Mrs. W. W. Frazee, who has been in poor health for some time, is able to be out. Mrs. T. R. Edgar continues to improve slowly frtm her long seigc o£ illness. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson and baby of Ohiopylc arc visiting Mrs Johnson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Gerhard. Dunbar Center 'floor League Opens Season The Dunbar WPA Recreation Cen- :er Basketball League got under way Monday night with the DcMaroo five defeating the Hi-D-Ho quintet, 48 to 22, and the- Bowmans trimming the Baptists, 25 to 18. Thursday night finds 'the Dunbar lassies playing the Connellsville girls at the with play starting at 7:30 o'clock. The summary: Hi-D-Ho G. R. McDowell, £ 2 Sykes, f ., 1 C. Harvey, c 1 L. Harvey, g 2 Gent, g 4 F. Pts. 0 4 0 2 Totals DcMarco H. McDowell, f,__ W. Lizza, 1 DeMarco, c . Dunaway, g Manzola, g -10 2 22 G. _ 6 _ 3 _ 3 _ 4 - 0 -.22 F. Pts. 2 14 0 18 8 Totals 22 4 48 Score by quarters: Hi-De-Ho 6 8 4 4--22 DeMarco _ 11 10 13 14--18 Referee--A. Maddas. Umpire--Jarvis. Baptists Bieglcy, £ Yutzy, f Wasack, c D. Nygren, g._ H. Nygrcn, g . A. Hair, g G. _ 2. . 1 _ 0 _ 3 _ 0 . 1 F. Pts. 3 7 0 2 0 0 Traffic Peril 1'roveO. PETALUMA, Cal., Jan. 4.-Twenty-four hours after writing a list of recommendations /or decreasing traffic accidents and wherein ho urged the necessity ol suppressing the third lane. Traffic Oflicer Richard 11. Trcmbath rode to his death in a motorcycle-automobile collision in a third iane. Court Issues "If" Award. SAN JOSE, Cal., Jan. 4.--When Mrs. Fanny Frucht applied for divorce she asked also for half the money which she alleged her husband had hidden away in sacks. When the court granted her interlocutory degree he-also authorized the possession of half the money--If she could flnd it. Totals _ 7 Non-scoring substitute Baker. Bowmans ' G. Cooper, f 0 Bruno, f 8 . Jarvis, c _._ - 4 Bogusky, g 0 Caruso, g 0 0 0 1 4 · J. 6 0 3 18 D. F. Pts. 0 0 0 16 1- 25 Rotarian Always Present. NEW PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 4.-Something in the nature of a club attendance record has been made by George Rasche who had attended 700 consecutive meetings of the Tuscarawas County Rotaiy Club. He joined in 1324. Totals -.12 Score by quarters: Baptists 5 4 4 5--18 Bowmans 8 2 0 9--25 Bcteree--R. McDowell. ' Reunited With Family. SOMERSET, Jan. 4.--Mrs. Mahlon Reese of Somerset, R. D. 3, has been "cunited with her mother and n brother from whom she had become separated 30 years ago. The mother believed her daughter Ions dead.

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