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PACK EIGHTEEN. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE, PA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 7,1938. Courier Classified Advertisements 1 and 2 Times: Per line. So cash; 10c charge. For Quick Results -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. .--I Ads to Be Run II Times: r-, *21 per liuc, 7c cash; Sc charge. *--' Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c csish; 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 U 7" Times for the Price of Six!--Special No Ad. Is Taken For Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Card of Thanks CILISTO-- Wt» v.tsh to taXc this menus of expressing o»ir sincere appreciation 1o our many_ kind neighbors, friends and relatives "for Ihcir many nets of Kindness and sympathy extended durtnt! our recent ncrcaxemcnt, the illness and death of our dear mother and uife. Anna Glllcttl Especially do we dcMrf to thank those ^\ho sent the beautiful flowers, those who so kindly donated the u^p of their car^ and nil those who assisted u* In any way. Anthony GlllutU and family. _ ---In Mcmorlam Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 MICHAELS--In tad and lovini! rcmcm-1 nranee of our dear mother, Minnie; Irene Michaels, who pMscU~»wny t o , - the Eternal Sleep on "January 7. 1935. I Dearest mother how we miss you, since | From this earth you passrd nwny; i Our hearts are sUll achinu tor you, | Ai wo think ot you today. Daughters, Irene and Lcona. Flowers and Mourning Goods 4 JANUARY SPECIALS .IN LATE MODEL USED CARS! " 1337 Plymouth Deluxe TourlnE Brougham . liuly equipped. 1930 Tcrraplanc Deluxe Brousham. 1035 Hudson Touring Sedan. 1935 Tcrraplanc Touring Sedan. 1935 Tcrrnplanc Touring Brougham. 193« Tcrraplane 4-door Sedan. 1934 Tcrrnplane Brougham. 1933 Tcrraplnne Deluxe Sedan lully equipped. 1932 Tcrraplane Brougham. 1033 Chevrolet Sport Coupe. 1933 Chevrolet Coach. 1933 DcSoto Coupe. You Name The Terms I E E. VAN SCOY. INC. HUDSON and TERRAPLANE SALES Sc SERVICE. ·· 255 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243. BASKETS St SPRAYS AT REASONABLE PRICESI P R. DcMUTH SONS C-V1LLE--5D SCOTTDALE--834 Funeral Directors -SIBEL FUNERAL HOMB- fco Last Word In Funeral Servtea." CALL,- CONNELLSVILLE ISO. Personals. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN--Earl F Wlltrout Is no longer employed by The Service Radio 4. Electric Company ot 321 W. Apple St.. ConncllsvlUc, and 90 W. Main St., Unlontpwn. and we will not be icsponslblc lor any monies paid to him or any business transacted irom this date. -O.-K." USED CARS NOW ON DISPLAY ON OUR USED CAR LOT WEST CRAWFORD AVE. NEXT TO WERTIIEIMER 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 6 o'clock. PHONE 105. EXCELLENT BUYS IN USED CARS I , GLESSNER MOTOR CO. Poplar Grove. Route 119. Phono 1195 MEN!--Get vigor at oncel New Obtrcx ! LATE MODEL USED CARSI Tonle Tablets contain raw oyitcr in- I I1ETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO. vlRorntor* and other stimulants. One SCOTTDALE. PENNA. PHONE 407 dose peps up organs, - glands., blood . -Regular price '11. Special price 89c Call, urltc Union Drug Co. Strayed. Lost, Found 10 FINE LATE MODEL OSED CARS E. E. VAN SCOY, INC. 259 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243 STOLEN--Blue- uck and beagle pup, . three months old Reward lor return to | Stf rrct Shnllcr. Connellsvtllc. Pa, R. D 2,Vo SCO. Auto Trucks, Tractors, Trailers 12 LOST--Library book. Woolcott Reader Kinder ploosc return to Library or call KOR SALE-- Model 2167. AUTO SERVICE STATION 1937 CMC TRUCKS NOW LOCATED AT 1017 WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE. Automotive A Pickup. $30 00 Hariey Davidson Twin Tandem. 515 00 1C. B. Brown, Third itrcct, South Con ncllaViUc Automobiles for Sale. II Business Service Employment Help tt'antcd--Female 32 VANTED--Girl for general housework. Inquire 113 South Cottage avenue Help Wanted--Male 33 IOYS. 12 TO 15--Honey and prlzcsl Eurn 1*138 deluxe Silver King bicycle, 300 ottur prices Just deliver our magazines to customers obtained near you. It's easy Many boys earn nice prize first day. To start, rmh card to Jim Thayer, Dcpt. 1102. Crowcll Publishing Company. Springfield, Ohio. MAN--To take up Landscape -work. Must be satisfied with $3500 weekly at start No experience necessary. Handle orders lor Roses. Evergreens, Shrubs. Fruit Trees, Berries, for old and new customers. Moore ft Company, 8-A, Ncwnrk, New York. Situations Wanted--Female 36 PRACTICAL Call 851-R. NURSE--Desires nursing. Financial Need Money GET AHEAD IN 19381 PAY OFF ALL--Your bills with a PER SONAL LOAN 1 Have only one place to pay Instead of many I You need only ONE thing here:--the ability to repay btnaU, regular sums on any loan plan selected. LOANS up to $300 Come in. PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY, Over McCrory Store. Phone 34 WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE. Instruction Instruction Classes Merchandise Household Goods 59 STORE WIDE REDUCTIONS I ON ALL FURNITURE. RUGS AND ;TOVES. COME INI SEEI AND SAVEI LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES. MERVIS FURNITURE COMPANY. NORTH 1'ITTSBURG ST. PHONE 2020 YOUIt CREDIT IS GOOD HERE! FOR SALEI ALL KINDS OF--Used lurrdture Including coal. cas and combination range* and heaters. Also some cood pianos at bargain prices. DULL'S STORAGE. 22 EAST PEACH ST. PHONE 50. Merchandise 62 FOR SALE--Clarinet, B. Hat. Guaranteed in good condition. Special, (J9.20. Kcstner's Book Store. 125 W. Apple St. Wanted--To Buy 66 TWO L. C. SMITH TYPEWRITERS--At reasonable price. Write Box 23, car* Courier, slating condition oi machine, price, rnd style number. FRANKLIN COMMERCIAL COLLEGE-Pennsylvania's Finest Business School Day and Nlcht Classes--$54 50 New Typewriter given with cacll Scholar ship during January. Extra--A new course In Flnb Commercial Art, Drawing, pen and ink, charcoal, oil, \\ater color. Landscape--Portrait, Teacher studlrd with Mmr Du Bet ol Vans. Corcoran Art Gallery. Washington, D. C. Successor to II. W Wcgncr ot Pitta- burgh Send for our new Catalog-- Conncllsvlllc. Pi Phone 218. CASH IS WHAT WE PAY- BRING IN ALL YOUR LARGE CLEAN WHITE RAGS TO TIDE DAILY COURIER OFFICE TO- DAY AND WE WILL PAY YOU -5c" PER POUND. WHY NOT LOOK AROUND AND MAKK YOURSELF SOME SPENDING Livestock Business Service Offered 18 Horses, Cattle, Other Stock 48 START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT BY BUYING ONE OF OUR EXCELLENT USED CARS! THE FOLLOWING CARS WILL BE SOLD AT THE P-R-I-C-E-S MENTIONED AS IS!!! ; r i 1932 Chevrolet Coupe .. _ ~--- $75 ' 1931 Plymouth 4-door Sedan ?D5 i " 1931 Chevrolet 2-door Sedan _ $75 . 1031 Pontlac Coupe . $75 1930 Ford Deluxe 4-door Sedan. (4-cyllndcr) _ . . . . . $79 1930 Ford Sport Roadster $49 1931 Dodge 4-door Sedan, with » bcmiUlut dork green Duco finish. ready to go for only .. $125 2--1930 Ford (4-cylindt.r) Coupes, both In "A-No. 1" condition, each priced to sell at , $99 1929 Oakland 4-door Sedan with low $1 OILS--And makes minor adjustments on any sewing machine in your home. Parts extra. Phono 890. Troutman's. UPHOLSTERING. AWNINGS -- FURNITURE REPAIRING QUALITY WORK. Call FISHER. Phone 0«45. Insurance and Surety Koncls 23 INSURANCE ALL KIND EXCEPT LIFE. FAYETTE REALTY CO. PHONE 1375 T. D. GARDNER, MGR. mileage, can bo bought for $125 1930 Ford Sport Roadster that is in Perfect Condition! Tho Above Mentioned Cars Can Bo Bought Through Our Easy Payment Plan I WE ALSO HAVE ON HAND-- Forty, (40) other excellent late model passenger cars and trucks that arc thoroughly reconditioned and ready lor your Inspection. Stop in today .and let us show you our display. Remember." DECEMBER Is our bargain month! BE SURE THAT YOU SEE OUR WONDERFUL DISPLAY _ OF THE NEW "1038" MODLES OF KHOS AND LINCOLN ZEPHYR CARS. The World's BcstJTcrmsl Very Good Trades And Demonstrations) WEST SIDE MOTOR" COMPANY _ ,,. AUTHORIZED , -- ·· - FORD ond LINCOLN_; -- "" , , DEALERS "- ~ WEST. CRAWFORD"AVE.rr:"JIONE. 407." Open Sundays! " Open Evenings! $125 $2151 - "STOPI-- LISTEN! WE HAVE FOR "SALE '- USED CARSI IN CONNELLSV1LLF! Comp.tro The Following C.in.1 1029 Studcbikcr 4-door Sedan 1030 Stutkbiiker 4-door Sedan 10J3 Pontlac 2-door Sedan 1932 Oldsmobllc 4-door Sedan 1932 Na-h 4-door Scd.m 1030 Ilupmobllc -l-door Sctlin 1032 Ford 2*door Sedan 1031 DiSoto A-rfoor 5kdan . 1333 Dodge -*-cJoor Sedan U«T4 Chrysler 2-door Sedan 5400 THESE PRICES AIXE ALL UNDER THK PITTSBURGH MAUKETt Can Be Kfl^ily Financed! YOU^H Moron COMPANY. bOUTH PITTSBUHC ST. PHONE 8 CONNTLLSV1LLE, PA DEPENDABLE INSURANCE--All kinds. Sec me for rates. James R. Lauxhlln, Insurance. 309 First National Bank Building. Phono 520. Moving. Trucking, Storage 25 DULL'S TRANSFER STORAGE. Local and long distance moving. Every load insured. Modern storage for household goods We do crating for shipment by rail. Phono 50. 122 East Peach btrcct. LOCAL--And lond distance moving. Agent Greyhound Lines. Alt goods Insured. .Flat rates given. John W. Miller. Phone 183. ConncUsville. Pa. Printing, Engraving, Binding 27 E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUR PRINTING WORKI Letter Heads!--Bill Heads! For Rent Cord!,!--For Sale Cardsl Calling Cards!--Hand Bills!--Binding! No Trespassing Signs For Sale I All Work Guaranteed! At Rcasorablo Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONB 65. COURIER BLDG. OR PHONE RESIDENCE. 91. Professional Services 28 CORRECT FITTING TRUSSES--Elastic Hosiery a nd other surgical appliances A. A. Clarke, FII.O. Druggist. 323 'North PUtsbjira street. Phone 10* E. F. FITZGERALD. O. D D. O S. OPTOMETRIC EYE SPECIALIST WOOLWORTH BLDG PHONE 123-0 Repairing and Kctlnlshinir 20 UPHOLSTERING--Furniture repairs, slip covers Perfect finished work--faetory methods. Rudolphs Phone 1817-J. I OR SALE--5 vounn corn fed hofis, extra quality, 8'.c alive. ll'4c dressed. Free delivery. Near Vanderbllt. Telephone Unlontown ICO. r OR RENT--Turnlbhcd bedroom, suitable for tuo persons. Inquire 602 Edna street. Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 MATS FOU SALE--Courier mats at lc per each. Can bo used for lining your Saragc. chicken coop or out building* of any kind. Inqulro ot Courier Office, FOR i J3--Office equipment: cxamlninn tnblc. scales slcrlllror, clrc-islnR table, Mrs, H. J. Coll, 107 W Apple street. Buildings, Hull dine Materials 53 OUR CEMENT--Sand nntl Kwvel arc ot the finest qualities Let Ui figure your requirements Consolidated Coal It Supply Company. Vnonc 1700. FOR SALE AT BARGAIN PRICES-- U*,cd brick, old lumber, windows, usht.%. flooring. Coal. Phone 1854-R. Business und Oil ice Equipment 54 SEVEN-COLUMN -- Burrouph's adding machine, guaranteed A-I condition. special, S44 75. Vnrltvpor typewriting mjit-liinc. Intcrchangcible type, can be used for different Innrun^es. Guar- .mlccd Special $18 75. Kcstncr'a Book Store. 125 W. Apple btrcct. Farm and Dairy Products 55 APPLES--Sprayed and hand picked, 50c per bushel. Somerset potatoci, $125 per bag. We deliver 413 E. Washington Ave. Phone 865-R MR FARMER IffiRES MONEY IN YOUR POCKET! Why not run a small Inexpensive Clnsslfir-d Ad in our Classified Section which will find a market for our farm products jour live stock, your farm Implements, nnd household Roods? You will llnd many people who want to buy the many things you have for snlcl The Daily Courier has a Inrgc rural circulation which makes H tho popular choice amonu the farmers and assures you thut your mcssane will reach the people who are in the market for your products, You Will Find: Our rates In the above Classified heading. All Classified Ads arc payable in advance! Fuel. Feed, Pcrtill/crs 5G Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board FOR KENT--One larse room, suitable for ono or two pcr^oni Jno. Wishjirt. 510 N. PHtsburg St. Phone 2097-J. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 FOR RENT-- An apartment. Inquire Smutz Hardware, 717 Crawford avenue. West Side. FOR RENT--FurnLshcd apartment. Inquire 111 East Patterson avenue. Houses for Rent 77 TWO, FIVE AND SIX--Room houses, all modern conveniences. Newly decorated. 1010 and 1011 Green street. A C. Herwick. Phone 520. Evenings 273. JOR RENT--Nine room brick, near Robbins: five rooms, East Apple; six rooms near Trader Peter R, Wclmcr. Weimer Arcade. FOR RENT -- House on Washington avenue, six rooms, bath Inquire Dr. Wakcncld. 139 E. Crawford Avc FOR RENT--Five room bungalow. South Pittsburg ttreet. Call 1290-R. after S P. M. Real Estate for Sale Brokers In Real Estate PROPERTIES FOR SALE OR RENT I T. C PHALIN SO. CONNELLSVILLE, PA. PHONE 975. Business Property for Sale 82 FOR SALE--Storeroom on South Pittsburg Street. Formerly occupied by Robinson's Drug Store. Inquire, Robert Norrls. Phone, 505 Farms and Land for Sale 83 4B ACRE FARM--With or without itock and machinery. Located In Lower Tyrone Township. J ' _ miles West of Dawson on Banning Road. Inquire of owner, O. P Hlgbcc, Dawson. Pa 29 ACRE FARM--Bullskln Township, good house, modern conveniences, good outbuildings Write A W. Fowler, 21- E. Cherry btrcot. New Castle, Pa. FARM FOR SALE. TRADE OR RENT-Six room house, barn, 1B4 acres. Inquire S1G McCormick avenue. Houses for Sale IT IS ONLY necessary to tell people where real bargains arc to be found and n crowd will soon be there Classified ads arc constantly pointing the v,ay to real value for hundreds ot people who reculnrly look to them for Guidance CLASSIFIED purchasers nre not re- $2oO !»:rcttcd bccaucs they arc only made when $75 j the bujor needs to buv and the seller $125 | needs to sell $100 IF YOU HAVE A STOKER--Try a load ol our specially pcrparcd stoker coal. Consolidated Coal St Supply Company Phone 1700 EXCEPTIONAL BUYS' WILLS ROAD--Two fine homes, modern In everj re-spcct Green street extension, five rocm bungalow, hot water heat $2.650. on Narrows, seven room, mod) in. garage, one acre of ground, $2500 PKTER R WEIMER WEIMCR ARCADE COAL--Good blnck lumpy rut of mine I lOc bushel delivered. Cash. Koballa Bros Phone V037 IN DOING business The Clarified Way jou are inlluuiccd in bu no thin t! except [ liEST o our own metis and the vsliu* of tho Kooda ottered GENUINE WASHINGTON RUN COAL-Wm Dull Jt Son Phone C'vllle. 107: I ScoUdale'. 502. Dawson 4037 I' bu fl COAL--100 bu or ovt-i, yc i^h D d l M l i d IIK Mceiinni- ·.i.i,a-u SEE THESE PROPERTIES I SOUTH CONNKLLSVILLF. -- Six room frame- holism, finished attic hot air h i n t b.ith good cellir. two car glrant' Modern and in ir-e \e-ry be~t of condition Price- S* OtMl ---Temp/e Ba//ey COPYIUCHTi REUEA3ED BY CUffPAL PBE5S ASSOCIATION CHAPTEK 42 OUR HONIiYMOON progressed in a sort ol maze ot Haphazard housekeeping. Sally's ministrations kept us from actual chaos, and when the ugliness ot golden oak and maroon brocade got too much on Mlml'a nerves she round refuge in our own rooms, which abonc with the crystal and silver which she had brought, and from which she had banished everything but the walnut furniture and our own belongings, 1 had a desk by my window and Mimi always kept dowers on It- i had believed that tho view of tho mountains and Muni's presence would inspire me to write masterpieces--but 1 was doomed to disappointment, 1 found It, indeed, dllQcult to write anything at all. For some reason my pen tacked fire. It was as if In living 90 avidly i had robbed myself of the power to express that vividness on paper. Moreover, 1 yearned to be out of doors with Mimi. riding over our domain, and Beyond It--up the trails to little lakes cupped in the top of the lower peaks, with yellow lilies reflected In their depths and the slim trunks of the pale aspens. It was wonderful to be alono In all that vast loneliness-going up and up through spruce and pine--to see a eoyoto like gray shadow crossing our path, or a deer with startled eyes, and the lovely wild leap which took it out of our sight. It was as if our lives had two sides--tho side of the ugly house with tbc hateful sha lows of drudgery which hung ovsr It; the side which had to do v._th ugly mem orics of the things Mlml had sal to mo on the night of our arrlvn and the morning after; tho ugly side of my financial uncertainties And that other Hide, of Mlm ta tho orchard, with cherrtc; looped over her cars. Mlml in th« sweet hay of one ol Uio barns, with a puff-ball of a kitten In her lap Mimi brushing her bright hoi with a silver brush, Mlml whipping the streams with her trou line, and beating me at It with skill she had learned in the Main woods. i cooker 1 , the troa^ for our din nor--and we had vegetables from our own garden--and perhaps sweet loaf of Mrs. Hayes" bakln^ or a dish of cream cheese whlc she hod made for u?. Iflylllc? Yes. And It couldn lost. There was always that haunt ing thought of the other side o things, and tho crash come in letter from my lawyer. Ther ·were, he said, practically no funds at my disposal. If I could mak the farm pay I might tide over th present crisis. Otherwise, ho wou! advise me to sell There was a letter, too, from the employment agency at Denve They gave mo little hope--the might be able to send a cook If win willing to give very high wages. There was much objcctio on account of the remoteness the ranch. The sum they name as wages took my breath awa I had never dreamed of such r wards for domestic service. I had made up my mind whc we were first married I would ha' no secrets from MJmL In an tdc singleness of soul, a man and h wife should bear their burdens t gother. But it seemed to me no that I would better let well cnoug alone. Why worry Mlml vrl things which might straight! themselves? i would give mo time to the management of tJ ranch and less to writing, might even get along witho Hayes. He had, himself, so gc^ted It. He wanted to accept a offer to take charge, for the sum mcr. of thp liverv stable at tho "People who don't dross for dinner arc--barbarians." where Dora workedL He mew ail about tho mountain ionics, and could teach tho guests 0 ride. He could make more money In thrco months than 1 could give him In a year. When 1 told Mimi that Hayes was going, she asked, "But who will manage the farm?" "I shall do It myself." "But when do you expect to write. Jerry? Tou can't be cook and manager, and an author.' "Why not?" "Well, It Isn't fair," there was a flush on her checks. "1 am strong. I can stand it.' "1 am strong, too, Jerry. You must let me help." But I felt It would be an entering wedge to destroy her exquisiteness. 1 had a desperate feeling that something must turn up. wrote again to my lawyer and told ilm to sell on acre or two of land 1 wrote, too, to the employment agency In Denver, urging them to send a cook, and stating 1 woulc pay the price. It was when 1 began to do Hayes' work, however, that I found what I had undertaken. The laborers on the form lacked any sort of Initiative, They were accustomed to constant supervision, and could not work without It. They must follow a leader or remain Inactive. This made It necessary for me to be with them almost constantly; It made necessary. Indeed actual physical cflort on my part. I helped them with tho hay, i helped them with the cows, I stow over them while they whitewashed chicken bouses, and put up wire fences, and while they taught the young calves to drink. And after such efforts 1 wouk conic Into the house dead tired and dirty to find Mlml immaculate with flowers on tho table, with a great can of hot water ready fo my bath, with my clothes laid ou on the bed. One night when I had had an e x c e p t i o n a l l y hard day, the thought of such formality Irritated me. I had had to stop In the kitchen to supervise Solly--to sec that tbc lettuco was cold, and tha tho little roasted, ducklings wcr» done to a turn. 1 had asked her questions about the sweet potatoes, and the coffee. I had seen myself, suddenly, as a farcical figure--a plain farmer, trying to measure up to a talry princess of a wife. So I said to Mlml, who stood cool and crisp by the screen door coking out on the mountains, "I think I shall stop dressing for dinner--. It is rather out of keeping sn't It with the tout ensemble?" "People who don't dress for dinner are--barbarians." "My own people didn't do it." "Do you mean that they looked --like you?" There was scom In that, and I ivinccd. I told her the truth. "No, they didn't. My father always wore his black coat. My mother Insisted on 1C. She was proud of him." It Is a woman's pride In her man which keeps the world civilized," my wife told me. "1--1 think 1 should--hate you, Jrrry, if you--degenerated Into the kind of man like those on the other ranches." 'Do you think 1 could?" I demanded. "Do you think that clothes count as much as that?" "They count a great deal," coolly. "You'd hate me If 1 wore my hair In a tight knot and had a shiny nose like Sally." I fled thcn t and dressed. We had been ve~y near a quarrel. But I was aware when dinner was over, and Mlml and I sat on the porch, that my self-respect was much increased by the perfection of my attire. ret. 1 was aware, too, that there must be something the matter with both of us If externals counted so much. So 1 continued to labor through the day like any farm hand. At night I played the gentleman. The thing couldn't, of course, continue. And 1 couldn't sec where it would end. I felt that 1 ought not let things slide, but they were sliding. I wondered how I should meet tho avalanche of disaster when it come. (To Be Continued) Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale IFERE TS THE HOME YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FORJ CROSSLAND ROAD--Just onc-hjilf mile from the City Limits Ten room house includjnr three acres ol Jand and outbuilding*, two bathb, electricity, new stonm furnace, garage and laundry. Just recently remodeled and In the very be^t of condition. Price Is reasonable. Inquiie, Wm P. MeNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1760 A REAL BUY1 BLACKSTONE ROAD. 716-718 WEST SIDE--Twelve room double house with bath and heater, all modern. This property must be sold at once to settle estate Immediate possession. Price reduced to 51.500. PAUL WAGONER 1009 W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE. 148 FOR SALE--Double house. South Fourth street, 2 lots, modern convenience;.. nev, air conditioned furnace. Price 51,800, $1,000 do\\n Phone 4G8-J. or see Andrew Lcrch, 832 Morrcll avenue. FOR SALE--Six room hoUiC, hath, hot water heat. Lot 40x140 feet. 1328 South PlttiburR Street $3.000. Inquire, Robert Norrls. Phone. 505. FOR SALE--Frame building 18x36 feet. Comer South Pittsburg Street and Woodlawn Avenue. Can be made Into a three room house. $1,100. Inquire, Robert Norris. Phone. 505. Auctions-Legate I.esal Notices. 91 Auctions--Legals Legal Notices. Aucticms-Legals Legal Notices. 31.15001 BANK STATEMENT. Charter No. 4.673. Reserve District No. 4. REPORT OF CONDITION OF 1 Firit National Bink of Dawson, In the | State of Pennsylvania, County of Fayette, State of Pennsylvania, at the close ol j municipal deposits _ . h) Total Pledged business on December 31, 1937. (Published in response to call made by Comptroller of the Currency, under Section 5211. U. S. Revised Statutes.) ASSETS. Loans and discounts $129.58648 United States Government obligations, direct and/or fully Suarnntced . 100,403 07 Other bonds, stocks, and securities 364,412.34 Banking house $8,333 34 Furniture and fixtures 2,2513C 8.5S4.70 Real estate owned other than banking house Reserve with Federal Reserve bank Cash, balances uith other banks, and c ivh items In process of collection 2.201.93 51,04340 121.51050 Tola! Assets $777,761.56 LIABILITIES. Dcnrmd deposits of Individuals, partnerships, and corporations Time deposits partnerships. of individuals, and corpora- THERE ARE manv thhw obtainable through the Classified Ads that It would bo difficult to set lu any other way WHEN YOU SHOP through the Classified Section ou buy from choice not trom persuasion COA1--Blui* -i-ii coWm- c o i l bushil. d e l l v c t i d Call 1335-K COTTAGE AVFNUE--Fi\* room Ir.nno house bam and i:3rar.c. PriCLd to (,.]! (loins nt $1.200 W.M P McN'ULl Y EACLtb BUILDING PHO.VE 17CO Noncr. NOTICE IS HEKFBY GIVEN THAT lettLrs toil imontary on the estate of Martha J Smith, dvcoavd. late of the C i t \ ol Connellwille. Fayette Countv. P.i ime m m tfi.mud to 'lie tiiidtrsi^ntd t» whom all p«*r--on: indebted to ^aid ettatu are i t quisled to make immediate pay- m i n t and thOM- lumng claims n r n i n ^ t SIHIO, w-lU in iko them k n o w n without State, county, and municipal deposits United States Government and postal savings deposits Deposits ot other banks, including certified and cashier's checks outstanding Deposits secured by pledge of loans and/or Investment* $ 5,287 13 Deposits not secured by pledge o£ lo,inb and/or investments 479 681 12 Total Deposits $4 Cipital account: . i Common stocl. 500 ' shares, par $10300 ' per bl arc 5* 50.000 00 I Surplus · 15000000 1 Undivided profits-1 net !2:;a 31 1C3.C70.58 H.95G.17 10127 T. S J. I. Morninfistar. cashier ol th« above-named bank, do solemnly sweai that tho above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. S. J. I MORNINGSTAR, Cashier. Sworn to and subscribed before mo toil 6th day of January. 1938. S. E PORTER. Notary Public. Correct--Attest: GEORGE G. COCHRAN. A. C. S1IERRAIID, JOHN C. SHERRARD. Directors. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. The Estate ol Maria Killany, late of Everson. Fayette County, Pennsylvania, deceased. Letter* of Administration in the above estate having been granted to the undcr- sijincd. notice ii hereby given to all persons indebted to the iald decedent to make payment to the undersigned without delay, and all persons having claims or demand;, against said estate arc requested to make known the same. Andrew J. Kiltany. Administrator. 11G Pcnn K yIvanlu Avenue, Evcrxin, Pa. 31-dcc.-6t-frf. ADMINISTRATRIX* NOTICE. T J ffi ESTATE OF G USTA V A. Walthxr, late of the Borough of South ConncDsvillc. Fa c.tte County, Pa, deceased. Letters of Administration in the above estate having been, granted to the, undersigned, notice is hereby given to all persons indebted to the said decedent to make paymnt to the'undersigned without delay, and all persons having cl.ilma or demands against said citatc arc requested to make known the ame. Chriitlnc Walther. Administratrix. 125 Hyndman street, South Conncllsville, F. 3dcc-6t-fri I IN DEALING tliroili.li C nothing I- wasted Bolh Jscllcr pront equally. is ttud bucr Ads and THE CLOSER \ o u stick to classified atK the closer o jr mone\ \\ill Mick to you and the larthcr tt will no \vhcn ou YOU TELL US v am del nib .intl we'll' _ _ \ \ i l t c \our nd. Phone !.! or 1J £or un j You tell u. and w e l l tell tho worldt i ad-Laker. j Yearly rates upon rcquct ' Bi.la B Sm,tii, Executor. I l l W Gn.cn slr ConnelloiiUc, PJ .Mdc(.-U-lri PATKONI2E those who advertise. Total C.tplliil Account Total Llabllltn * Afcmor indum Loans und Investments Pledged to Secure Liabilities. United Stitcs Government ot- I lid itions direct and fully Kinrantccd $ To', (1 fudged (excluding rc- di'-counti) Pledged 1 (b) Against Slate, county, and THE CLASSIFIED SECTION offers a comnlet** catalogue ol the wants and offers of the people of Conncllsville and: vicinity. DID YOU LOSE our p'irse or card case"* L t m run i Lost and Found ad for you Just Dhom-. 12 or 13 for an ad- taker IN WRITING a Classified Ad be sure to tell all the fact* which you would, want to know If ou yourself were a prospective buyer WHENEVER ou have a real need to til) the Clamed Section" will help you to till tt qutkly. as easily and in- PHONE 12 or W lor »u ad-takwl

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