The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 6, 1938 · Page 10
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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PAOE TEN THE DAILY COUKIKR, UUNNELiLSVrLI,E, PA. THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1938. Courier Classified Advertisements For Quick ResuHs -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9c cash; lOc charge ® -Ads to Be Run 3 Times: Per line, 7c cash; 8c charge. Ads to bo Run 6 Times Per line, 6c cash; 7o charge. These Rates Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. There are five (5) average words to each line. 'Cards of Thanks." 50c Flat Rate. Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker. Special--Your Ad Inserted "7" Times for the Price of Six!--Special No Ad. Is Taken For Less Than a Basis of Three (3l Lines! Announcements Card of Thanks SIDOW--We desire to thank our many friends and nelfihborR lor the klndncw and sympathy extended durlnff our recent wid be cavement, the death of oui -- brother and -undo. Henry Sldou. " Especially do we wish to thank the ladles who so kindly assisted Mr A -Stdou. the minister, ihe choir, those *vho sent flowers, and thObC uho ho kindly furnished cats. Mr. A Sldoiv. Mr. R Sldow, and nieces and nephew. Flowers and Moumins Goods 4 BASKETS SPRAYS ' "AT JVEASONABUE PRICES! " "~ **~ It-~DcMUTH f: SONS - "C'Vli.LE--59 SCOTTDALE--834 Automotive Automobiles Cor Sale 11 Funeral Directors -SIBEL FUNEHAL HOME- The Last Word in Funeral Service." CALL. CONNELLSVILLE 150. Personals TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN--Earl T. Wlltrout Is no lonjler employed by The Service Radio 4. Electric Company ot 321 W. Apple St. Conncllsvillc, and 39 · W. Main St, Unlontrwn, and \\c \vlll not be responsible lor any monies paid 1o him or any business transacted from this djtc. MEN'--Cct vigor at once 1 New Ostrex Tonic Tablets contain raw ov,tcr in. vteorators and. other stimulants. One do*;e peps up organs _ fjlands. blood. Regular price $1. Special price S3e, " " Call, write Union Drug Co. Strayed, Lost, Found 10 LOST--Lady's blue leather purse. Dec. 1 .28th. between Brimstone Corner arui · Connellsvillo Druir Contained fum o£ money. Reward If rcturncd-to Courier or phone 410G-R-15.~ * STOLEN--Blue."tick and. beaclo pup. three montri* old. Reward for return to Stcrrct ShaiTcr. Connellsville. Pa . K. D. 2. No. 3158. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 STOP! -- LISTEN! WE HAVE FOR SALE THE BEST USED CARS! IN CONNELLSVILLE! I Compare The Follow ing Cars! 1929 SludebaKer 4-door Sedan 1930 Studcbakcr 4-door Sedan . 1933 Pontiac 2-door Sedan 1932 Oldsmobllc 4-door Sedan _ . 3932 Nash 4-door Sedan . . 1930 Hupmobile 'l-door Sedan . .... 1932 Ford 2-door Sedan 1031 DiSoto 4-door Sedan _ .. 1133 Dodgo 4-door Sed-m .. ,, 1934 Chrysler 2-door Sedan . -- $125 S2CO S75 $125 $100 $3tXj 5400 Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 START THE NEW YLAK RIGHT BY BUYING ONE OF OUR EXCELLENT USED CARS! TUB FOLLOWING CARS WILL BE SOLD AT THE P-R-I-C-K-S MENTIONED AS IS!!! 1932 Chevrolet Coupo . n $7b J931 Plireoutli 4-do.or Sedan -- . $55 1931 Chevrolet 2-door Sedan .. $75 | 1931 Pontiac Coupe $75 1930 Ford Deluxe 4-door Sedan. (4-cyltnder) - $79 i 1.130 Ford Sport Roadster . $49' 1931 Dodge 4-door Scdin, with a beautiful dark green Duco finish, ready to go for only 5125 2--1S30 Ford (4-cj Under) Coupes, both in "A-No 1" condition, each priced to sell at - ?9S 1929 Oakland 4-door Scdin with low mileage, can be bought for $125 1930 Ford Sport Roadster that ii in Perfect Condition! The Above Mentioned Cars Can EC BouRht Throufh Our Easy Payment Plan! WE ALSO HAVE ON HAND-- '- Forty, .(40) other excellent late model passenger can and trucks that arc thoroughly reconditioned and ready for your Inspection S'op in today and lot us hhow vou our display. Remember. DECEMBER is our bargain month!, ~ ,, . ,, " ~ BE SURE THAT YOU SEE- OUH WONDERFUL DISPLAY OF TUB NEW "1S38" MODLES OF FORDS AND LINCOLN ZKPIIYU CABS Tiie World's Best Terms! Very Good Trades And Demonstrations! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED FORD and LINCOLN DBALFKS WEST CRAWFORD AVE , HONE 407 Open Evening! 1 Open Sundns! THESE ]RICES ARE ALI. UNDER THE PITTSBURGH MARKETI Can Bo Easily I'inancedl YOU~J! MOTOR COMPANY. SOUTH PITTSBURC ST. PHONE 8. CONNELLSVILLE, PA -O.-K." USED CARS NOW ON DISPLAY ON OUR USED CAR LOT WEST CRAWFORD AVE NT:XT TO WERTHEIMER MEN'S STORE AND ALSO INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREhT. MASON MOTOR COMPANY. Open Evenings 'till 9 o'clock. Open Sundays 'till 6 o'clock PHONE 105 EXCELLENT BUYS IN USED CARS! GLESSNEn MOTOR CO Poplar Grove. Route 119. Phone 1105 LATE MODEL USED CARS! HETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO SCOTTDALE. PENNA. PHONE 407 FINE LATE MODEL USED CARS E. E VAN SCOY. INC. 259 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243 TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE o zi 25 3 'ZZ. 34- 31 35 ·33. 211 ACROSS 1--TOde water 5--Strings 28--Third person singular neuter pronoun 28--A prickly flower head 30--=A Hebrew 10--Measure of length 12--A pile 13--Jumbled type 14--Design 16--A receptacle' measure _ for wine 31--Disturb 18--A Biblical angel of comfort to man 21--A platform 23--A tree 2*--A note of the scale 25--Clangor 26--Diminutive _ of Abraham43_AtfltudJ. · 27--A body of nlzea DOWN 1--Near 7--Genuine 2--A quick, smart blow S--Source 4--Public notice 6--Exclamation wood 11 -- Jewish month 15-- Measure of distance 17 -- Appendage 10 -- Because 20-- Short for Emma 22 -- An Islet In a -ob 29 -- Exist 30 -- Form of before -g 31-- Ten-- (com- hiring form) 32 -- Symbol for natrium 34-- The letter Q 37 -- A shade of a color 33--Frost a cake S5--Collection of curious sayings 36--Exclamation 38--Expression of pain, 40--Real 42--Approaches river 39 -- Hour 24 -- Understand (abbr.) 25-- A gentle 40-- Toward breeze 41 -- Short for 27 -- Daubs Edward Ansucr to previous puzzlo JANUARY SPECIALS IN LATE MODEL USED CAI1S1 1037 Plymouth Deluxe Touring Brougham -- (ully equipped 1035 Tcrraplnnc Deluxe Brougham. 1P35 Hudson Touring Scdnn 1035 Terrnplano Touring Sednn. 1935 Torrnplanc TourlnK Brougham 1031 Tcrraplanc 4-door Sedan. 1934 Tcrraplane Brougham. 1933 Tcrr.ipljnc Deluxe Sednn fully equipped 1932 Torraplane BroURham 1933 Chevrolet Sport Coupe. 1013 Chevrolet Coach. 1933 DcSoto Coupe. You Noinc The Terms! E E VAN SCOY. INC HUDSON and TERHAPLANE SALES SERVICE 259 E CRAWFORD AVE PHONE =43. Auto Trucks, Tractors, Trailers 12 AUTO SEUVICE STATION 1937 CMC TRUCKS NOW LOCATED AT 1011 WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE FOR SALE--Model A Pickup. ?30 00 IlMlcy Davidson Twin Tandem. 51500 II B Brown, Third street. South Con- nollsvlll? Business Service Business Service Offered 18 $1 OILS--And makc^ minor adjustments on any sowing machine In your home. Parts extra. Phone 800 Troutman's. UPHOLSTEIUMG. AWNINGS -- FURNITURE REPAIRING QUALITY WORK. Call FIS1IER. Phone 0045. Insurance antt Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL. KIND EXCEPT LIFE. FAYETTE REALTY CO PHONE 1375 T. D. GARDNER, MCK. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE--All kinds. See me for rales. Jamei R. Laufihlln. Insurance 309 First National Bank Building Phone 520 Moving, Trucking, Storage 25 DIJLL'S TRANSFER STORAGE. Local and lonj; distance moving Every load injured Modern storage ior household Kootis Wo do cratins for shipment by ralL Phone 50 122 East Peach street LOCAL--And lond distance moving Agent Greyhound Linet AH goods Insured. Flat rules Riven. John XV Miller. Phono 183 Connellsville. Fa. _,-- -.-- --- 1 Printing, Engraving, Binding 27 E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUR PRINTING WORK1 Letter llcadil--Cill Headsl For Rent Cardil--For Srlc Cird*! Calling CardsI-Iland BIlIJ-EindlnKl No Trespassing Slfns For Sale! All Work Guarantcedl At Reasonable Rateal COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 65 COURIER BLDG OR PHONE RESIDENCE. 31. Trofcssional Services Merchandise Buildings, Building Materials 53 IF YOU ARE-- Patching that small breaR m the kitchen wall, or plastering every wall in the house v.c can furnish v o u r needs Consolidated Coal 5t Supply Company. Phone 1700 Business and OfUce Equipment 54 SEVEN-COLUMN -- Burrough's adding machine, guaranteed A-l condition, spechl, 5-H 75 V i r l t p t r typewriting machine, interchangeable type, can be Uvcd (or different languages Guaranteed SpecHl SIB 75 Kcstncr's Book Store, 125 W. Apple street Farm and Dairy Products 55 IIERES MONEY IN YOUR POCKET1 Why not run n small Inexpensive Classified Ad in our Classified Section uhich will find a market for your farm products, your live stock, your farm Implements, and household good 17 You will flnd many people who want to buy the many things you have for sale! The Dally Courier has a large rural circulation which makes it the popular choice among tho farmers and assures you that your message will reach Ihc people who arc In tho market for your products. You Will Find: Our rates in the above Classified heading. All Classified Ads are payable In advancet Fuel. Feed. Fertilizers 56 COAL--9-1U Connellsville coldng. lump and run of mine Pittsburgh Champ- Ion nut coal and large lump. Coke, all sizes Consolidated Coal Supply Com- piny. Phone J700. COAL--Good black lumpy run of mine lOc bushel delivered. Cash. Koballi Bros Phone 2037, GENUINE WASHINGTON RUN COAL-Wm Dull Jb Son. Phone C"vUlc. 107; Scottdalc. 502: Dawson. 4037. CUSTOM COAL-lOc. 12c and 13c delivered Ceo W. Kern. Connellsville Phone 412I-R-H BEST QUALITY--9 Ft coking coal. moderately priced Immcdlntc delivery. Gerald Schomer. Phone 3991. BEST 9 FT. COAL--100 bu or over, 9c bu Cash Delivered Joe Phone 18GO-R Household Goods STORE WIDE REDUCTIONS! ON ALL FURNITURE. RUGS AND STOVFS. COME IN! SEEl AND SAVE! LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES. MERVIS FURNITURE COMPANY NORTH PITTSBUKG ST PHONE 2020 YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD FOR SALE! ALL KIND'S OP--Used lurr-Jture including coal, gas and combination ranges and heater* Also come good pianos at bargain prices DULLS STORAGE 122 EAST PEACH ST. PHONE 50 Mu.sical Merchandise arc nurting my nand, CHAPTER 4.1 1 1 .M-LM_1'S pnuc gpuitt. We. sue -aid, v.c couid uoi go oack to si. .Lotus DCCUUSC Ucr menus would know sue nuu otcn "fooieci'. l j ea- «ock feathers! tone wusn t uium- uig ot my love ot ner. Sho was UunKing ot wnat ouier people would uuy--Anuy ana Ulga auu all Uio rest. Pride muitereci more ito Her Uian love--more Uian any- |tning in the whole wide world. * L tried again, "U wo lovo each mother cnouga " Sue oroke in. "Oh, what docs cltlier ot us know ot love? it you 'had loved mo you wouldn t nave 'made me risK a tiling like Una . . . We ve Deen Just two children playing with our emotions . . ." 1 caugnt ncr nands up m mine, crushing Uicm mail sue winced. "Speak for yourscli, Mimi. iiut you shall noi say sucli tilings ot me , . ." "You Jerry." "You are Hurting my heart." 1 did not let ner go, and presently she ceased to struggle and j. had her in my arms. "Oh, Jerry, Jerry," she whispered, alter a long tense.silence, 'I've Dccn such a IIt- Itlc--beast to nay such things--to you . . .'I i. know then Uiat she was mine again, that my masterfulness nad conquered. But the things she nad .said had left a scar. And the I problems which were before us had I found no real solution. ! The question ot a maid became a burning one. Dora Hayes was, tit seemed, to go in a day or two 'to a summer hotel on tho other 'side ol Uic mountain. I offered her j equal wages, out sho wanted the excitement ot the change ot scene and ot tho company sho would i meet. It was, in a sense, for Dora |a social opportunity. There were young men employed about the Ihotcl--other girls In other seasons had found their mates. Mrs. Hayes was sorry that she {could not cook for us, but Dora was tile oldest of a family of six. Left Uius, by her daughter's de- 'parture, to do the work for a family of seven, plus certain of tho farm laborers, who were boarders. Mrs. Hayes' hands were moro than full. , "It wouldn't bo hard work for [just the two of you, Mrs, (Chandler." she told Mlml. "If you |kncv how to do It." "But 1 don't know how, Mrs 'Hayes. I've never made a biscuit, or baked a cake, or fried a chicken 'in my life." "Well, 1 could learn you," said kind Mrs. Hayes, beaming. ' It was J who protested. "We simply must have someone to help tmy wife." i could not see Mlml 'as a dally drudge--with her hands rough, her lovely face above a pan of steaming dishes. It made no difference to mo that my mother ihad done these things, 1 wanted iMimi always silken and shining. On tho day that Dora left us wo annexed the half-breed wife of one of tho farm laborers. Her name was Sally, and she came up twice a day and did the heavy work. Sho could cook nothing, however, except the coarse food which her husband demanded. So jl supplemented her efforts, and became the family chef, [t was easy enough In n way. and a relief from imy writing. When Mlml pro- tested,\l laughed. "It will oe a great game, just the two ot us-and with Mrs. Hayes oread, and plenty of fruit and vegetables d I've written to Denver. They ought to get a maid to ua in a week or 10 days, perhaps ocfore that. It will be easy enough until she comes." Mjmi entered whole-heartedly into the spirit ot It all. We lived picnic-fashion, and thought of the arrangement as temporary. Kx- cept when the weather was bad we ate our ircals on the porch, which overlooked the valley. 1 boiled the eggs and made the toast and coffee, and Mimi set the table-giving it a festive look with fruit and Sowers. Those out-of-door feasts were a matter of great curiosity to the flvo small Hayes children. They ranged in ages from two to eleven, and they were all as tow-headed and as freckled as Dora. The Hayes' house was on the mountain above us, but faced, fortunately, tho back of our domicile, otherwise 1 am sure we should have eaten always with on audience gazing down upon us, spoiling our solitude and the scene. They often visited us, however; a trail of them in calico and blue denim--well-fed, rosy, and utterly bewitched by Mlml., Like Dora they moved in a daze of admiration. Mlml found In them a never- ending source of interest and amusement, "I didn't know there were such people- In the world. Jerry. And they haven't any manners They Just stare and laugh," 1 had seen many such children. 1 bad been brought up among them. 1 had known their Intelligence, their quickness of thought, their sense of humor. But to Mimi they were funny little ipuppcts, a part of the show, as tho kittens were a part of It, or the bantam roosters, or the waddling line of little ducks She laughed at them, but never with them, and the difference is great. Their names were Jlmmlc Hayes and Johnnie Hayes and Mary and Susie Hayes, and tho oldest one waa Timothy. How 12-year-old Timothy had escaped from being called "Tim" nobody could tell. But the long name suited him; he wad. In the last analysis, a dignified little chap--and he was more than that. Ho was a child of great Imagination and sensibility. He attached himself at once to Mimi, following her as faithfully as Jason, but leaving her without any signs of sensitiveness when she indicated that she wanted to' be alone. Her capture of him had come about one day when she told the five children the story of the "Wild Swans". 1 found them all one afternoon in a grove of pines not far from the house. Tho ground beneath the trees was bare of all undergrowth; there was a carpet of needles, with a few boulders shouldering through them. Mlml sat on one of the boulders She was dressed in green and looked like a dryad. She was very dramatic In her rendering of the story, and I kept out of sight until she had finished It Prom where 1 stood I could sec Timothy. He looked up, caught my eyes on him, and a wave of color almost obscured his freckles But In another moment he had forgotten me, and was banging on Mlmi's words. But uiat mgnt when Mimi and 1 sal on the porcn in uie nioon- ,8"t, a uuiKy youui rounded tho corner 01 the nousu. and stood in iront ot us. · Mrs. v^iianulcr," tt« suld, "1 came down u as* you aoout that girl." "What girl, nmothy!" ·"Ihc one in me swjiy that made all the snirts tor ner brouiers. tiho didn't nave to make them shirts, did she?" "No. She did it because sho loved them, and she didn't want to see them suiter " ·Well, I'll bet you Mary Haye» wouldn't sew on no sium ukc that for me or Junmic or Jonnnic." ·She might, Timothy, if. it would save you trom some unhappiness." He pondered that, tutting on the step, ms tace turneu up to tne sky; trunsligurcd by the white llg~t into 1 a beauty not unlike that of a painting i naa seen ot tho "Boy of Winander". "Well, i guess we don't any of us know wliat we would do till tho! time comes, do we? Hut that was* some girl to sew on them siuns." He left us and we laughed a Ut- Uc. Vet, it wo4 Mimi who said, "He's a darling, Jerry--and uc doesn't know It." Except for the Hayca family and the farm laborers, we saw practically no one trom week-end to week-end. The nearest ranches were several nulca away, and two of them were owned oy upstanding* Scandinavians, practical farmers with whom 1 found It easy to oe neighborly, but whose wives nad absolutely nothing in common^ with Mimi. They talked continually ot their housekeeping, their health, and of their children. Both of them were neavy, somewhat) blowzy creatures, though rosy-i checked and smiling, with families^ of tow-headed freckled children not unlike the Hayes tribe. "1 don't sec what they get'out of life," Mlmi stated, as we rode, home one day from brief calls at the two places. "Perhaps," 1 said, "they love their husbands and their children' enough to make up for all the rest." Mlml tUted up her chin. "They are nappy because they don't know any better," sho said scornfully. We rode one day in the little automobile which was used about the farm, to the summer notcl, 20 miles away, where Dora worked. It was high up on one of the highest mountains, and was a charming, rambling structure, built absolutely In accord with the landscape. Its timbers were roughhewn, there were great stone fireplaces, and the simple furniture was beautified and brightened by Indian rugs and pottery." "If we had a house like this, Jerry," Mimi said, "it would be wonderful .. ." "Perhaps wo may . , . some day . . ." ,She stood looking Into the roar- Ing flrc. "It was a hearth like this of which I dreamed .. ." We stayed for dinner and danced afterwords. The hotel .lad a fashionable midvvcstern patronage, and I am sure that Mimi was recognized. We were much observed. "When you get your affairs settled we can buy a good car and coma often." Mimi said happily, as we rode home, (To Be Continued) Real Estate for Sale Farms and Land for Sale 83 a ACRE FARM--With or without nock and machinery. Located in Lower Tyrone Township 2 ' _ miles West of Dawson on Binnlnc Road Inquire of, owner, O P. Illcbce, Dawson, Pa 29 ACHE FARM--Bullakin Toxsnshlp. Rood house, modern conveniences, jjooa outbuilding. Write A. W. Fowler, 21L E. Cherrj street. New Castle, Pa FOR SAI E--CHrinct, B Guirantccd In good condition. Special, $33.30 ! KistncrS Book Store, 115 W. Apple St Wanted--To Buy 28 CORRECT FITTING TItUSiES-- Elastlt Hosiery and other appliances A. A. CInrkc. PH C. Drunclst. 323 North Plttiburc street. Phono 194 DR GEO E DULL TREATMENT OF ALL FOOT AILMENHs WOOLWORTH BLDG PHONE 430-J Repairing and RcTmlshini: 29 UPHOLSTERING--Furniture repairs, slip covers. Perfect flnlbhrd -work--factory methods Huciolplu. Phone 1817-J. EmpJoyment TWO L C SMITH TYPEWRITERS--At reasonable price. Write Cox 23. car* Courier, statlnp condition of machine, price, rid style number. WANTED TO BUY--Used typewriter Underwood or Iteminflton Altman Feed Store, 225 Dccitur street, Con- nUlsville, Rooms and Board Roams Without Board GS FOR RENT--Furnlshtd bedroom, suitable for tv.o persons Inquire C02 Edna street Help Wanted--Female WANThD--Girl (or lanu-al housework _ Inquire 113 South Cottage avcnuo Financial Need Money 40-B GET AHEAD IN 10J8! PAY OFF ALL--Your, bills with u PERSONAL LOW! Have only one plac* to pay instead of rmn4 You nctd - only ONK Ihlni' here:--the ,iblllt\ to it-pay small, regular sums on uny loan plan selected LOAN'S up to $JOO Come in. v PERSONAL KINANCb COMPANY Over Mi-Crorv Store Phone 34 WIST CRAWFORD AVENUE FOR RENT--One larrc room, hultable for one or two persons Jno Wiihnrt. 510 N Pltlsburt: St Phone 2097-J. FARM FOR SALE, TRADK OR RENT- SIX roo-n hou-e, b.irn. 184 acres Inquire BIG McCormlck avenue Houses for Sale 84 EXCEPTIONAL BUYS! \MLLS ROAD--Two fine homes, modern In every respect Green street extcn- blon five room bungalow, hot water licit. S2C5D on Nirrows. seven room, modern. «iragc, one acre ot ground, 52.500 PF.TER R WEIMER WEIMER ARCADE SEE THESE PROPERTIES) SOUTH CONNELLSVILLE -- Six room frame house, finished attic, hot air heat. Koomh for Housekeeping 69 j bath, cood cellar, two c-ir girapc Modern and in the very best of condition Price $4.000 FOR RFNT--Two furnished rooms for HKht housekeeping. No children. 250 N Sixth street Eiccl Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 FOR RENT--An apartment. Inquire Smut? Hardware, 717 Crawford avenue, W«.,l Side FOR RENT--FurnKhtd npartmint Inquire 111 Ea*L Patterson avenue 8--A barrier across a watercourse 9--A citizen of Spain 11--A piece of burning 1ST E L ti O O H D ^ W A S *m B* D g p v/ A S Instruction Instruction Classes for Rent 77 TWO. FIVE AND StX--Room hout-Cb. nil modern conveniences Newly decorated 1010 and 1011 Green street A C IlcnUck Phone 52G Evenings 273. 43 _ FOTl RENT--Nine room brick, near Robbins hvc rooms En^t Apple; six rooms near Trader Peter R Weimcr. Wtimer Arcicic FltANKLIN COMMHtCIAL COLLEGE I'fNNSVLVANIA HNFST--Coinmuclal School--Mid-turn now opining--45-1 SO ntv, typewriter f l \ c t p w i t h ich Scholarship buid (or TK.W CaLilogui Conncllsvillc. Pa RENT -- Hou^c on Washington jtvinuu. six rooms, b ith Inquire Dr Wdkcfkld. 1JU E Ciaw/ord A\c. Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 Real Estate for Sale COTTAGE AVENUE--Five room frame home, baui and gnrafic. Priced to sell at J1.200. WM. P McNUI/TY \ EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1760. A REAL BUYI BLACKSTONE ROAD, 716-710 WEST SIDE--Twtlvc room double house with bath and heater, all modern This property must be ^old at once to settle estate Immediate possession Price reduced to $1.500. PAUL WAGONEK 1009 W CRAWFORD AVE PHONE. H8 Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale HERE IS THE HOME YOU HAVE BEEN LOOIONC FOHI · cnoSSLAND ROAD--Just one-hall mile from the City Limits Ten room house Includlnr three acres of land and outbuildings, two baths, electricity, new steam furnace. garaKc and laundry. Just recently remodeled and in the \ery best o£ condition. Price is reasonable. Inquire, Wm P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1760 FOR SALE--Frame building. 18x36 feet. Corner South Pittsburg Street and Woodlaun Avenue Can be made Into a three room house. $1500. Inquire, Robert Norris. Phone. 505. Auctfons-Legals Local Notices. 91 Auctions--Legals Legal Notices. F.XECUTOUS' SALE OF IU:AL ESTATE. BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF THE Orphans' Court of Faycttc County, Pcnn- sylvanJi, at No 82 December Court. 1937. the undersigned Executors of the Last Will and Testament of Jesse E. Mason, late of the City of Connellsville, County of Fa cttc, and State of Pennsylvania. deceased, will oiTor at public outcry on the proml-scs hereinafter described in the- 4 City of ConncllsviUc. Faycttc County.^, Pennsylvania, on SATURDAY. JANUARY 15, 1338, at 2 o'clock P. M. the following described real estate: All that certain piece, parcel or lot of land Mtuatc and lying in Johnston's Addition to the City ot Connellsville. Fayette County, Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows, to-wit: Beginning at corner of Lot No. 29 on Highland Avenue; thence by said Avenue, North forty (40) feet to Lot No. 31; thence by said Lot No. 31. West, one hundred thirty (130) feet to Diamond Alley; thence by said Alley. South forty (40) feet to Lot No. 29; and thcnco by said Lot No 29. East, one hundred thirty E\J-CUTOKS' NOTICE. Notice ib hereby given that Testamentary on the Estate of Elizabeth Bojd deceased. late ot the Borough o£ South Connellsville, County of Fayette and State of Pcnnsj Ivanta, have been granted to the undersigned, to whom all persons having claims or demands against sold estate are icqucstcd to make known the -iimc and all persons Indebted to said estate, to make pamcnt without delay. William H. Bojd. 1325 Aetm Street, Conn ells vlllc. Pa Frank J. Bojd 1215'{, Chestnut Street, Connellsville. Pa Executors Arthur A Brown, Attorney. 30-dec -f-t-thurs. I {130} /ect to bald Highland Avenue, the I place of beginning. And being known, letters and designated as Lot No. 30 in the Plan EXECUTRIX* NOTICE. Estate of Jerome McCormick. late of the city of Connellsville, Faycttc County, Pcnnbylvanii deceased. Letters of Lots laid out by Ihc heirs of James Johnston, deceased. Being Uie same premises conveyed by Mary Ellen Smith, a widow, to Jesse E. Mason by deed dated September 30th, 1927. an" recorded in the Recorder's Office in Deed Book, Vol. 431. Page 49C. and the said Jestc E Mason, bxlns thereof seized, died, testate. February 4th. 1937, having first made hli. last will and testament dated August 29th. 1924. probated February 13th, 1937, and recorded In the Register of Wills' Oftlce, In Will V Book. No 32, Page 85, whereon Is erected n two story, six rooms, frame dwell me house, -with a two car car in rear. TERMS OF SALE. Ten (10%) per cent In cash on day of sale: ba'ancc of one-third (1-3) on confirmation of sale by the Court and Delivery of Deed; one-third (1-3) In six (S) months from date of delivery of Deed; and the rcmamine one-third (l-3 In one Testamentary on the above named estate (1) year from date of dcll%cry of DccQ. FOR SALE-- Double house. South Fourth ;»tiect, J lots, mockrn com ink nets new nir conditioned furnace. PriCf *l BOO. 51000 down Pho» 4GW. or «. ^ l Andrew Lcrch. m~' MoncII avenue ! having been granted to the undersigned^ notice IK hereby given to all pcrhoni. indebted to bald estate to make Immediate pavment, and to those having claims against the same to present them, properly authenticated, for settlement Ida M. McConrlck 3J7 South Ninth Street, Conncllsvulc, Pa Executrix J. Kirk Rcnnt-r, Attorney .JO-dcc-Gl-thur* of o j a n o Loxa. ^ To%Bshlpi Fayttte Coun- deceased Brokers In Heal Estate FOR SALE OR HENl'l T C PHALIN, bO. CONNELI-SVIULE. PA PHONE 97S I MATS FOR SALE--Courlir mats at 1C per each Can be used for lining your ' earar.e. chicken coop or out buildings o! any kind Inquire at Courier Olficc I Oil : K--Oihc' equipment f x a m i n f n f i . t.iblc scale* slonlirci. clrrv-lTi^ ublc I Mrs. II. J. Coll. 107 W. Apple .trccl. Business. Property for Sale 82 FOR SALE-- Six room house, bath, hot . . . . . . ·»ter heat. Lot 40x140 f«x.t. 1328 South | Letters of Administration In the above ittsbur* StrcU »3,000. Inquire, estate having been granted to the under- ftobcrt Noirls Phone. 505 FOR faALE--Storeroom on South Pitt-s- burg Street Formcil occupied bv Robinson s Drug Store Inquire, liobcrl Noi rK Phone 50o those v.Uo advcrtisel , notice is ^iereb given to all per indebted to the said decedent to A-No 1 SERVICE Is what ou gt,t from i make pigment to the undersigned vvlth- CUbslftod Aus When jou have a special out d e l t v , and all persons having claims need to fill phone us the particulars and or demand;, against said estate arc re- details. You can get an ad-takcr at 12 or quested to make known the same. 13 Barbara La.vo. Administratrix. Box 131% Vnndcrbilt, Pa Deferred payments to bear interest at the,rate of aix (G c ' c ) *#*r cent p«r annum. payable scmi-annual*iy. and to be secured b\ judgment bond and first mortgage on the premises sold, which said mortgage shall contain the usual sixty (00) dat notice with scire facias clause and Insurance clause, with the right to the purchaser to anticipate payment at any time The Executors reserve the right to ic- ccpt anj or to reject all bids Albtrt E. Mason and KiCgU. Ma«on, Fxcciiturs of the Last Will and Testament of Jesse E. Mason, deceased Fred E Younkin. Attorney. 23dec-3t-lhurs. IT IS ONLY necessary to tell people where real bargains are to be found and a crowd will -;oon be there Classified ads arc constantly pointing the way to real value for hundred., oi *people who regularly look to them for guidance. YOUR MONLV REFUNDED « jou set I Maxwell Luza, Allornc) the desired results boloir j o u r ad p?.- | i plic-, Why not advertise that extra _ dresser? \ PA'IROM2E those who advertise. Ie WHENEVER jou ha\c a real need to 30-dcc -Gt-umrs i»" lie Clarified Section will help o j to nil It quickly, as cully «nd Ini expensively.

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