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PAGE TEN. THK DAILY COURIER, CUNNKLLSVILLE, PA. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY IS, Courier Qlassified Advertisements For Quick Results 1 and 2 Times: Per line, Oc cash; lOc charge. XASSIFIED AD RATES- Ads-to Be Run 3 Times: Per line, 7c cash: Sc charge. Special Y.carly Rates Upon Request Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, Gc cash; 7c charge. These Rates Are Bqsed-On Consecutive Insertions. There are five (5). average words to each line. , "Cards of Thanks/' SOc-Flat Rate. ·'·--.r- ; . : , :: Phone 12 or 13 for ah Ad-Taker Special-- Your - Ad Inserted N 7" Times for the Price of Six. 1 --Special ; _No Ad: Is Taken for Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! . Announcements Card of Thanks GIOIA--Wo take this means of thanking our many friends And neighbors tor the . kindness nncl sympathy extended us during our recent · sad bereavement, the death of our son and brother, Anthony M. Glola. Especially do we wish to thank Rev. Father Crancy, those- \vho sent flowers, those who so kindly furnished cars and all v'ho as* slstcd us In any way. Donato Glola ami family. Business Service Printing, Engraving. Blndlnc 27 Personals MEN OLD AT OI--Get pep. New . Ostrex Tonic . Tablets . 'contain raw oyster Invlgorators and · other stimulants. One dose starts new pep. Value $1.00. Special - price 89c. Call, write Union Drug Co. .-Automotive Automobiles tor Sale 11 SEE THEM TODAV1 O.-K USED CARS ." INSIDE OUR GARAGE .AT .. 127 WEST APPLE STREET MASON MOTOR'- COMPANY 127 WEST APPLE STREET PHONE 105 Open Cvcnlnffs 'till 9 o'clock. Open Sundays till 6 o'clock. EXPERT TRUSS FITTING-- Elastic Hosiery and other surgical appliances. A. A. Clarke. PI1 G. Druggist. 323 North PltUburK Street Phono 194. SEE OUR WONDERFUL SELECTION OF HIGH GRADE USED AUTOMOBILES ON OUR USED CAR LOT AND ON THE SECOND FLOOR OF OUR GARAGE. PICK YOURS OUT TODAYI WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY. WEST CRAWFORD AVE. PHOWE 407. LARGE SELECTION USED CARS "·" BENNETT'. MOTOR-SALES 158 E CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1ZH. USED CARSI 'SEE OUR SELECTION! E. E VAN SCOY. INCTM 259 E CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 2«. yOUGll MOTOR COMPANY. GOOD USED CARS 321 SO PITTSBURG ST. PHONE 8. Business Service Business Service Offered 18 FISHER'S UPHOLSTERY. AWNINGS, FURNITURE REPAIRS It RECOVERINGS PHONE '86« 322 SO PITTSBURG ST. SKATES SHARPENED BY MACHINE-Hollow ground. 25c pair. Saw filing and xll edffcd tools sharpened. JL D, Ten- neat. 203 W. washlncton Avenue. Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KINDS EXCEPT LIFE. . FAYETTE REALTY CO. PHONE 1375. T. D. GARDNER. MGK. GOOD. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE -AH kinds James R. Laughim--INSUR- ANCE. Sco me for rates. 309 First National Bank Building Phone 520. Moving. Trucking. Storage 25 FOR MOVING . . . PHONE 50. DULL'S TRANSFER CONNELLSVILLE. PA. "FOR BEST SERVICE!" Modern Storage For Household Goods LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE--Moving Miller's Transier 153 East .Crawford Avenue. Phone 183. · PHONE 12 or 13 for an Ad-takcr. LET US GIVE YOU AN E S T I M A T E ON YOUR PRINTING WORKI Hand BI1UI--Blndlnul--Calling Cards! Bill Heads!--Letter Heads 1 For Rent Cards!-- For Salo Cardsl No Trespassing S!Rn» Fr Salcl All Work Fully Guaranteed! All At Reasonable Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. 'HONE 63. DAILY COURIER BLDG. OR PHONE RESIDENCE. 9L EMONT COAL--12c busiicl. delivered Any amount delivered. Used brick. SG per M. Francis Hanlon. Phone 18M-R. Professional Services Financial Need Money NEED CASH--In a hurry? Well lend you $500 or less on your slsnnturc. Personal Finance Company. Phone 34. Livestock Poultry, Eggs and Supplies 49 THY DENNY'S BABY CHICKS--For money making flocks. Blood tested. Popular breeds. 05% HvabHity cuarrm- tccd. J. F. Denny. YounKtvood, Pa. Phone 281, Merchandise , 'Articles for Salo FOR SALE--General Electric nine-tube radio. Inquire 207 E. Fayettc Street. Phone 1331-R. ?OR SALE--Baby chick battcrv brooder, Capacity 3.000. Price H5.00. Phone 1376. Buildlncs, Bulldlne Materials 53 IF IT IS--In the building supply line, wo have it. Stone Work. Phone 1700. Farm and Dairy Products 55 SOMERSET POTATOES--$1,35 per bag 413 E. Washington Avc. Phone 8GS-n, FARMERS LET US iZELP YOU MAKE SOME MONEY I HERE'S HOW--You can find ft market, for your fnrrn products, your farm Implements, your dairy products, your live stock and household goods by running a Email Inexpensive ad In our Classified Section. There you will find many people who want to become your customer or buyer. The rural circulation oJ The Dally Courier covers a large area and your advertisement will be read by many people who arc looking for just tho things you have for sale. - NOTE; AH classified ails are pny- nblo In advance. You will find. our rates In the above Classified Heading, ' . ' . . WHEN YOU IIAVE something which you would like to sejl Just call, 12 or 13 for a Classified ad-taker. Your ad on thl page will-surely catch the eyes of Inter cstcd buyers. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE to 31 33 n ,q HO 36 15 37 ... i _TACIIOSS- .:.. . ·- I--A bwhlve of 24-^-Scaman . · lwtit«J 25--A weight straw measure 5--Decrees of a 27--Abaft Mohamme- 29--Droop dan-ruler -31--Linen vest- · 10--A food of the 'mcnt Tar.ltlans 32--Narrate 11--Medieval 33--Object of story worship 12--Affirmative 35--Brother of vote Odin IS--Exist 35--Monetary 14--Leave Out unit of 36--Shape Bulgaria 18--For 38--City in 19--A watch Alaska pocket 40--Bestowed 21--Insect 41--Canopy over 22--fivcn (con- a pulpit traction) 42--Bovine 23--Grampus quadrupeds DOWN tSSffLn. «-TM- 3--Soon Eod 4--Italian river 7--Past B--French river s--Flue valves 0--A bristle (Surg.) 13--A lynx 15--Wrath 17--Courage 34--Portion of land 36--Slack 20--Sugarplums 37--Evening bc- 25--Vitiate fore a holi- . 26--Former 'day 28--High tern- 39--Pronoun peraturc 40--Depart . Answer to previous puzzle Merchandise Fuel. Feed, Fertilizers ODD LUMPY -- Run ot nine conl. 100 bu.. Be delivered; 50 bu., 9c delivered; 25 bu.. 12c delivered. Cash. Phone 2037. Frank Koballa. ENUINE--Washlncton Run Coal. Low price. Wm. Dull i Son. Phono 107 or call Dn\vson. 32G1 nnd 3G31. UKIATA COAI^-)2c bushel, ea^. delivered. 25 bushel orders also delivered. Robert Welsh. Phone 4121-R-12. OAL--Best craclu 9-ft. coal. Prompt delivery lor any amount. Gcrala Schomcr. Phone 1951. -FT. COAL--30 bushel or more, O'.ic per bushel, delivered. Phone J333-J. Household Goods 59 OH SALE--Coal ranKcs $10.00 nnd up: living; room suites. $15.00 and un; -wah- InK machines, $15.00 and up, fiuaranteed: radios, electric. S5.00 nnd vp; plnnos, $10.00 and up. Also big bargains In other furniture. DULL'S STORAGE. J2 EAST PEACH ST. PHONE SO. ir-GRADE--SLIGHTLY -USED DINING ROOM. LIVING IIOOM. BEDROOM SUITES. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERB! 1ERVIS FURNITURE CO. PHONE 2020. Wanted--To Buy SAVE VOim BIG WHITE RAGSI THEN BRING THEM TO THE COURIER OFFICE . . . WILL PAY YOU W CASH FOIl ALL THAT YOU BRING U« ... AT So PER POUND. Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board 68 FOR RENT--Furnished bedroom.. Inquire 218 East Apple Street. Rooms for HouscKecptnc 6! FOR RENT--Furnished rooms, nil conveniences, private bath. 1208 Chestnut St. Phone 103. THREE FURNISHED ROOMS--Electric rcfriKcrator. private bath. Two persons only. 204 Davidson Avc. Phone £17. FOR RENT--Furnished lifiht housckecp' Ins rooms at Poplnr Grove. Phone 0671 Real Estate for Rent Houses for Kent FOR RENT--Seven room house, furnace and bath. Hardwood floors. Inquire Robert Norrls. Phone, 505. Real Estate for Sale Brokers In Real Estate THE FACTS ARE--Real Estate is coi up in price. Buy now or pay more. have a large listing ot better homes. Easy terms!. Give me a call. PETER R, WE1MEH. WEIMEU ARCADE. BECOME THE PROUD OWNER--Of you own home- Let me tell you how . , stop in today or phone. 1760. Als build Jog lots in all sretlonr. Vfm. P McNulty. Eagles Building. South Arcl Street. PROPERTIES. FOR SALE OU REJTTi · T. C. PHALIN. SO. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. PHONE 073 Houses for Sale 8 FOR SALE--HiKbce fnrm. 48 acres. Low cr Tyrone Township. House of nln rooms, bath and furnace, bank barn - other outbuHdlnRs. Plenty of watei small orchard. Inquire, Robert Norrl: Phone, 505. HOUSTON AVENUE, SIS -- Six room frame home -with bath, in the very be; 'of condition. .Immediate possession Priced o soil at $1.500. Inquire. Pau Wagoner. 1009 West Crawford Avenue Phone 148. Auctions--Legais Notices EXKCUTOR'S NOTICE. ESTATE OF HANNAH IIALL, DE ceased. Letters testamentary in th estate of Hannah Hall, late of Springflcl Township. Fayettc County. Pcnnsylvanl deceased. havJn/r been granted to th undersigned, notice is hereby given to a persons indebted to said, estate to mak immediate payment, and to those hnvin clnims against -the same-to present them properly authenticated, lor settlement. Benjamin Hall, Executor. 312--28th St., McKcesport,. Pa.. Fred E. Younkin, ·'- Attorney, " . ' . ' . . ' ' 21dcc-6t-wc GET GOOD MONEY for your cxt household goods. Put them on vle\ through a Clax.siflcd Ad; Phone 32 or for an ad-taker. Copyright. I9i9, Kins Feituir. SyndirMc. Inc. YOU KNOW WHAT you want and Courier Classified ad-takcr can tell yo how to £o about Retting it. Phone 12 13, OUR CLASSIFIED SERVICE is Q3 nca ay your phone. Just call 12 or 13 an your needs will soon be met without an further trouble on your part. A FEW MINUTES spent in lookin over the classified ads each day will sav you many hours and dollars in gcttln just what you want. EXCHANGE what you don't need fc what you do through a Classified *d her Auctions--Lcgals Legal Notices, 91 EXECUTRIX'S NOTICI*, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Item testamentary on the estate of ten Hichtcr deceased, late of Saltlick wnship, Fayettc County. Pa., have been anted to the undersigned, to whom all Tsons indebted to said estate are retested to make immediate payment and ose having claims against same, will akc them known without delay. Harriet Rlchter, Executrix, n. r. i. NormalvHIc. Pa. jan-Ct-wcd. NOTJCK. THE EXECUTORS OF THE ESTATE OF nhul.1 Jones, having power in will to 11 real estate, now Invite bMdcrs for vo hou;.cs at 334 North Plitaburfih ;rect, nnd one house in rear of 112 'itter Avenue. Conncllsvllle. Emerson G. Stlllwaccn, William E. Pcnn, Of F.xecutors. Fred E, Younkin. Att'y. an-3t-wed. Know Your State Prepared for The Courier tiy F. A. Pllklji. KxccuUve Director, Pennsylvania Planning Board. Iron Ore Mining May Return, AHhouRh the Pennsylviinia-mincd ·on ores originally helped to make ur State the center of the Nation's ron and steel business have long nee been driven from their prc- mincnt position in the markets by a ighcr gnidc Lake Superior ore, the ic seems not so far away when ur State will regain a measure of s early importance as an iron ore reducer. The prediction by experts hat a sharp decrease is impending n the flow o£ ore from the Lake superior region bespeaks, these cx- ierts claim, the ultimate exhaustion f this Great Lake source forty or ilty years hence. Long before forty years have ··lapsed, however, it will be neces- ary, if the production of steel is to ontinue at a normal pace, to again all upon the lower grade deposits of the Nation, much of which arc in he vast unmined reserves of our itate. The present greatness of these unmined reserves reveals an interesting point, namely that the very crudity and inefficiency of early 'ennsylvania mining methods which helped cost the State its loss in iron tre dominance, have preserved for he future many reserves which by now would have been mined had hcse methods been less crude. The Cornwall iron mine in Lebanon county is the notable exception o the belief that the State's iron ore s all of a low grade variety. After nearly 200 years of continuous work- ng, Cornwall is today the only Iron mine in operation in the State. .While is ore is magnetite, averaging about 35 to 40 per cent iron, this can be concentrated so cheaply it is highly profitable to mine. A survey of the Nation's iron ore prospects has produced the following inclusions if we ns a State are to iake fullest advantage of the impending shift back to Pennsylvania ore: (1) Careful prospecting, especially by the use of the newer geophysical methods, may well locate important unknown iron ore bodies in the State, especially in the regions where ores are magnetic. (2) Studies .leading to the improvement of bcneflciation methods such as crushing, screening, drying, washing, jigging, electro-magnetic separation, smelting, nodulizing,. de- sulfurization, etc., should make'pos- sible the use of our lower "grade iron ores. Such methods are already in extensive use in the Lake Superior district. In that region they arc making possible the use of lower grade ores as the better ores arc being exhausted. Recognizing this fact, the State of Minnesota has for some years been engaged actively in a study of beneflciation methods of Minnesota ores. ' NEWS By R Continued from Pa'ge Four, calling Mr. Garner "Cactus Jack Brummel." He has a new suit, a light grey one, which glows . . . The Senate crowd is figuring to accept the House relief cut , . . Within the last few weeks Russia has adopted a system of issuing a booklet like a passport to its workers, setting forth their working records. Idea is to cut down migration of workers, keep closer tab on their efficiency, if any . .. E:irl .Browder, secretary of the Communist party has sent each congressman a denunciation of the Dies committee--which is just about all Chairman Dies needed to get a new appropriation for continuing his investigation of Browder. Homes. You will and desirable homes and home sites advertised in our classified columns. CHAJTriiR TWtNTX-SIX "PERSONALLY," Phil uald, lighting another cigarct, "I'm betting on your Richard. He · looks guilty as hell to me. And I think Daphne knows It and Is shielding him." Phil, Mac Mclntyro and i wore walling Cor Mr. Horace to appear. "Do you mean to'say," I demanded, trying to remain cool and collected, "that you seriously believe those two kids, one or both, would have the brains and tho cunning to carry out the murders 1" "I seriously think go." "But the motive?" "A million dollars Is a lot of money." "A million dollars?" I stared at him, wide-eyed. "What has u, million dollars to do with It?" "Gucsa that's another Item we neglected to mention, Elsie," Me- Intyrc said, apologetically. "Tell her about the will, Benson." "Gladly." He blew u. cloud of smoke Into the air. "I dropped in at Mlddlcwaltc'a offlco early thla morning and had u peck at the old Indy's wllli Mrs. Wlthcrspoon left to each of her grandchildren one million dollars, cold cash, and numerous securities." "OM" That was all I could say. "Oh!" "In Daphne's "cose," he went on, "there was a string attached. She was to Inherit providing at the time of her grandmother's death she was engaged to marry or had already married Count Orslnl. E, what did you say, Elsie?" "Nothing, nothing at all!" I tried to smile, but my lips were stiff. The motive! I had the motive! Far back In a corner of my mind a voice was shouting! Daphne's voice! "I tcl you I won't go through with it! ; won't! I'll do something awful You'll sec!" "And so," said Mac, his eyes boring into mine, "and so we have at least one person In the house who had reason to wish Mrs. Wlthcr- spoon dead and out of tho way." I opened my mouth to protest but nothing came out of it. My tongue was like cotton; It clung to the roof of my mouth. "Say!" Phil had been wondering from shelf to shelf examining th books. "Here's a volume on toxi cology!" He pointed to a thick green book wedged tightly between two smaller ones. And as his hand worked to remove it, tho book slipped from his grasp and foil face up and open, to the floor "Good Lord!" he exclaimed. "Gocx Lord!" "Well?" Mclntyrc spoke sharp ly. "Find something, Benson?" "Did I find something!" Ho rushed to us and placed the vo! ume into the detective's lap. "Tak a look at that.'" "What--what Is It?" I stam mcrcd. "So!" Mac sounded grim, jumped up and ran around bchlm_ Jiim. The print of the page was small and dim; the words dance before my eyes. "What is it?" I cried again, and his flngcr moved slowly to the ccn tcr of the page and paused. "Cyanide!" I whispered. "Cya nldc! In bold, black type! And In tho margin, lightly penciled, thcr was a small check mark! AH a "Take a look at that!" once my legs gave way at the | knees. "Easy, kid!" Phil caught me in his arms. He carried me to the arm chair I had occupied. · · "You see, Elsie," Mac said softly, "someone, in tills'house knows all about cyanide. I think maybe that someone had been studying up on it for a long, long time." "I sec," I said, and suddenly I was incredibly weary. I did. not wont to hear any more about poisons or murders. I wanted to rise and to go away from the Manor, thousands and thousands of miles away. I closed my eyes. "Brace up, baby!" Phil implored. "We have work to do!" Ho slapped me on the shoulder and moved backward. There was a crash and a chair tottered on Us legs and fell sideways. A firecracker exploded In m brain, "Phil! Mac!" I cried. "I have it!" "Huh?" They stared at me. "Have what?" "That chair crashing--remember I told you--the chair in the salon-night before Mrs. Wltherapoon died--" I was so excited I could not wait to finish my sentences. "Tho one that changed positions?" Phil questioned. "Yes. Don't you get It? It was the murderer who upset the chair! He was pasting the poison to the hood!" "So as to kill off anyone who happened to want a shampoo and a wave, I suppose ?" Phil said nastily. "What! Oh!" My excitement oozed and died. "Oh, 1 did think--' I was too disappointed to continue. "Don't feel badly," Mac said kindly. "There's something In what you say. I can't, at the moment, name the reason for the murderer's presence in the-salon .that night-for I'm convinced that it was the murderer--but I do know that he wasn't baiting his trap then. According to your account of Sunday's events, you used all four of the driers without fatal results until Mrs. Wlthcrspoon passed away.' "Yes, that's- true," I admitted, feeling very much llko a deflated inner tube. "Therefore X knew to the second when the old lady was to have her beauty treatment." "Yes." "Let's reconstruct this thing!" He became brisk and businesslike. "For a reason unknown X visits the salon In the middle of the night previous to the ball. You interrupt; later X steals away. In the morning you open the beauty pa'rlor; all day long you work on flrst one and then another of the women In the house. And all day long the driers axe In perfect and harmless condition. No one Is overcome by cyanide fumes. "At eight o'clock you shampoo Mrs. Withcrspoon's hair and set tho wave and carry her to the first drier. You turn the switch; you discover that the drier is out of order. And you remove the old lady to tho second drier. O. K. so far?" I nodded. "When during the day were you absent from the salon?" "L«t me see--I went to my room, for lunch. I was there. about an hour. In the evening I dined below stairs. T|hat took another hour." "Below stolra for dinner, eh? So that gives X sixty good minutes to. jimmy the driers and attach tho poison. Sure you weren't out at any other time?" "Well--"" I lowered my lashes. That fatal half-hour I had spent in the pantry with Phil. I had omitted this Incident In my story of the murder and the events leading up to it. And it was too late now to admit my guilt, and besides had I not promised Mr. Horace to say nothing of my iapse? I plunged on: "No--no, I wasn't out of the room at any other time." . "So!" Mac shifted in his chair and I shot a quick glance at Phil. He was frowning. I shook my head slightly. He must not give- mo away! His right eye closed briefly. I breathed a sigh of relief. I was safe! : (To lie Continued) ..-· Evicted Sharecroppers Camp on Highway Here are some of the shivering Missouri sharecroppers who scattered their families and belongings lor more than.150 miles on the right of ways of highways. Sharecroppers claim Agricultural Adjustment Administration made them homeless by causing landlords to shift system from sharecropning to day labor. Stratoliner Ready for First Tests Out in the open for the first time, for a scries of engine tests,- this 33-passcngor Boeing stratoliner is a. picture of perfect streamlining. It is 74 feet long, has a 107-foot wing spread, weighs 42,000 pounds, and is «aid to cruise at 300 miles per hour at an altitude of 20,000 feet. Known as Model 307, it is the first of nin« nlanes bcine built at Seattle, Wash, for Pan-Amcricaji Airways, (CentralPrttt^l

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