The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 8, 1938 · Page 6
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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PAGE SIX. THE DAILY COUKIER, CONNELLSVILLE. PA. .SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 103s. Courier C/assi/ied Advertisements For Quick Results 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9o cash; lOc charge. i-CLASSIRED AD. RATES- Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. Ads to Be Run 3 Times: Per line. 7c cash; Sc charge. Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c cash; 7c charge. ® t\US tO OC IXtm O i J U i U J S . r-i Per line. 7c cash; Sc charge. L -' 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 /\d-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! ^--Temp/e Boi/ey COPYRlCtfTt RELEASED BY CENTRAL PRKSS ASSOCIATION Announcements Card of Thanks DONATO--Vincent Donate and family wish to cjeicnd tholr sincere thanks to j; nil those, .who responded so nobly and "·" 'generously In their hour of "great sor- - Vow. -- e take this means' of thank" our many friends, nelshbors-and ..relatives for'-thc many acts *o£" Wnd- ~riiess,and .sympathy extended us-during our 'rcccnt-snd-Dcreavement.-tho death ^"JTof our joE. and lfotherV Baymorid " I*inficr. Especially do.wc,\vish to thank - our customers lor their Indulgent padencc during the time our store" was · closed." those who sent flowers, those who so kindly furnished cars- and all " who .assJited us in any way, · · Mr. ancl-Mrs. W. S. Ringer and Family. In Mem or i am. MULL--In~ loving, memory of .owjdcar mother, Mrs. Elizabeth- Mull, who died January 9th, 1037. In 'the graveyard safely sleeping. Where the (lowers gently wave. Lies our mother we loved so dearly In her silent lonely grave. No one knows how much we miss her, No one knows the tears wo shed. But in Heaven we hope to meet her. 1 When no farewell words are said. TVu often sit and wonder What she would say If she could sec the change in our home Since she has passed away. Sadly Missed by Her Daughters *:,,,_ Flowers and Monrnlnc Goods 4 BASKETS SPRAYS AT REASONABLE PRICESl - P. R. DeMUTH SONS SCOTTDALE--334 Funeral Directors Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 - STOPl -- LISTEN! WE 11AVE FOR SALE TUB BEST USED Employment Help Wanted--Female 32 WANTED--Housewife with spare time to try our Food Product*,, without coat, in her home, and supply neighbors what they want. Make good money: Merchandise Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers GENUINE WASHINGTON RUN COAL-Wm. Dull Son. Phono C'ville. 107: Scottdalc. 502; Dawson. 1037. Die box ot Samples Free. Write Blair. I BEST 9 FT. COAL--100 bu. or over, Oc Dept. 2911. LynchburR. Va. I bu. Cas-h. Delivered. Joe McGlnnb. IN CONNELLSVILLE I Compare The Following Caisl · 1029 Studcbnkcr 4-door Sedan $125 1930 Studcbakcr 4-door Sedan $125 1933 Pontiac 2-door Sedan S275 1932 Oldsmobllc 4-door Sedan $200 1932-Nash 4-door Sedan - $200 1830 Hupmobilo 4-door Sedan $75 1932 Ford 2-door Sedan $125 1931 DcSoto 4-door Sedan $100 !933 Dodge 4-door Sedan _ $300 1934 Chrysler 2-door Sedan « -- $400 THESE PRICES ARE ALL UNDER THE PITTSBURGH MARKET! Can Be Easily Financed! YOU"H MOTOR COMPANY. SOUTH P1TTSDURG ST. PKONS 3. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. ADDRESS ENVELOPES HOME FOR US --Good Pay. Experience unnecessary. Wonderful opportunity. Everything Supplied. N.iMomvlde Distributors, 401 Broadway, N. Y. Phone IBCO-R. CHAPTER 43 IT WAS IN Auguat that we heard from Lionel--a jubilant, letter. He had done a set of stories lot one of the bi£-puyinK magazines, and he had been asked for as many more as he could write. "Everybody has forgiven us, Jerry. They have killed the fatted calf, and Bcrnlcc Is having the time of her young life saying 'I told you so' to her parents. Nothing succeeds like success. 1 wish wu might come out to ace you and Mimi, but Bornicc and 1 are thinking of Pans--that Is, If thla unholy invasion of Belgium by Gcr- rniiny doesn't atir things up too much. However, why worry? With modern ammunition no war can possibly last six months. "The whole town Is uilkingr of your romance. It has been featured in all the papers, and I am sending you the latent account. Nothing authentic, but if your life 1 am sure, is anything Help Wanted--Male and Female 34 SALESLADY ..OH MAN--S7 dally introducing medicated Cream your locality. Dermo-Toplc Labs,, Pittston. Pn. COAL--Black IMt. coking coal, uixJie!. delivered. Call 1335-R. 11 .,: Household Goods 59 Situations Wanted--Female 36 STOIIE WIDE REDUCTIONS! ON ALL FURNITURE. HUGS AND STOVES. COME I N I SEE] AND SAVE1 LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES. MERVIS FURNITURE COMPANY. ORTH P1TTSBURG ST. PHONE 2020. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE! --SIBEL FUNERAL HOME-- . -·The Lust Word In funeral Service." CALL. CONNELLSVILLE ISO. Personals ·W WHOM IT MAY CONCERN--Earl F. v Wiltrout is no longer employed by The * Service Radio Electric Company ot 12t W. Apple St.. ConncllsvlUc. and SO W. Main St., Uniontown. and we will not be responsible for any monies paid to him or any business transacted from this date. Strayed, Lost, Found 10 STOLEN--Blue tick and beagle pup, three months old. Reward for return to Stcrrct Shatter. Conncllsvllle, Pa.. It. D. 2, No. 308. Automotive Automobiles tor Sale 11 JANUARY SPECIALS IN LATE MODEL USED CARS! 1337 Plymouth Deluxe Tourmc Brougham fully equipped. 1036 Tcrraplano Deluxe Broufiham. 1935 Hudson Touring Sedan. 1935 Tcrrapumo Touring Sedan. 1935 Tcrraplanc Touring Brougham. 1934 Tcrraplane 4-door Sedan. 1934 Tcrraplanc Brougham. 1953 Tcrraplanc Deluxe Sedan fully equipped. 1932 Tcrraplane Brougham. 1933 Chevrolet-Sport Coupe, 1933 Chevrolet Coach. 1933 DcSoto Coupe. You Name The Terms! £. E. VAN SCOY. INC. HUDSON and TERRAPLAN'E SALES SERVICE. !53 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 2«, 'RACTICAL NURSE--Desires nursing. Call 851-R. Financial Need Money 40-B GET AHEAD IN 1938! PAY OFF ALL--Your bill! with a PERSONAL LOAN! Have only one plac« to pay instead of many! You need only O.VE thing hem:--the ability to repay small, regular sums on any loan plan selected. LOANS up to S300. Come in. PERSONAL-FINANCE COMPANY. Over McCrory Store. Phone 34. WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE. Instruction Instruction Classes 43 FRANKLIN COMMERCIAL COLLEGE-Pennsylvania's Finest Business School Day and Nlp.hl ClaisCi--SMJO New Typewriter -siven with each Scholarship during January. Extra--A new course in Fine Commercial Art. Draw- Ing, pen and ink. charcoal, oil. water color. Landscape--Portrait, Teacher studied with Mmr Du Bet of Par! 1 *, Corcoran Art Gallery. Washington. D. C Successor to H. W. Wciwcr of Pitts burgh. Send for our new Catalog-- Conncllsvlllc, Pa. Phone 218. Livestock YOU CAN'T CO WRONG IN BUYING ONE OF THESE EXCELLENT - - . USED CARS! THE FOLLOWING CARS WILL BE SOLD AT THE P-R-I-C-E-S MENTIONED AS ISill 1930 Qldsmobilo 4-door Sedan in nice condition, selling for only .......... S 95 3933 Ford 4-cylindcr 2-door Sedan, a clean buy at .............. ,, .................. $275 1930 Ford 2-door Sedan for ..... _ ........ ? 09 1929 Ford 2-door Sedan in good con* dttlon .......... .. ............... - ................ ..-. 595 1029 Ford %-ton Pickup Truck with Racks ......................... -!...- .................... ? 75 1931 Plymouth 4-door Sedan ,, ....... __ SSIi 1931 Chevrolet 2-door Sedan -- ....... ....575 1931 Pontiac Coupe ..._ ............... ..-. -- .575 , 19 Ford Deluxe 4-door Sedan. ~ ·' (4-cylindor) ,, ____ ............... .. ........... _ .......... $79 ^931 Dodge 4-door Sedan, with a ' beautiful dark green Duco finish. · _,, tcady to go for only ....... , ...... , . ... S125 1930 Ford (4-cylinder) Coupe in "A- -No. 1" condition, priced to sell at ...... S99 1930 Ford Sport Roadster that is in Perfect Condition!- -- · The Above Mentioned Cars Can Be Bought ThroUBh Our Easy Payment Plan! 1334 Ford K-ton Pickup, at A Bargain. SEE OUR DISPLAY-Of 1935. 1036 and U37 Models of Fords. . -Chevrolet:, . -Dodges. Oldsmoblles. . ' Bwlcks and . others;. Everyone thor-~ oughly -inspected and ready for the . road. Sec \hcm~today! HERE THEY"AREI · JUST TWO LEFT! 2--1937 Ford V-8 Demonstrators. Your Choice of: . . . -Deluxe Club Cabriolet -- . ' '..or .-" ' "Deluxe 4-door, Tourlnff Sedan. · "R6 'Arc 'Fully.- Equipp'cd.' JTavcZEow' · "Mileage and-Eclling- with"- A' New--Car Guarantee! And At Greatly Reduced ' ' " - ..... BE SURE THAT"YOU SEE " " ' - ' ' "TODR WONDERFUL -_ --- . _ ... DISPLAY : .-- :: "~~ ' '. ' OF. " ~ THE" NEW "JPM" · · -- -MODLES OF -FORDS- AND LINCOLN ZEPHYR CARS. The World's Best Terms! Very Good Trades And Demonstrations] WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED FORD and LINCOLN DEALERS WEST CHAWFORD AVE. HONE, 407. "O.-K."'USED CARS NOW ON DISPLAY ON OUR USED CAR LOT WEST CRAWFORD AVE. NEXT TO WERTHEIMER MEN'S STORE. AND ALSO INSIDE CUE GARAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREET. MASON MOTOR COMPANY. Open Evenings 'till 9 o'clock. Open Sundays Hill G o'clock. PHONE 105. Dogs, Cats, Other Fcls LATE MODEL USED CARS! HETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO. SCOTTDALE. PENNA. PHONE 07. FINE LATE MODEL DSED CARS E. E. VAN SCOY. INC. 259 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243. Auto Trucks, Tractors, Trailers 12 FOR SALE--Model A Pickup. $30.00. Harley Davidson Twin Tandem, $15 00. II. B. Brown. Third street. South Con- ncllsvllle. FOR SALE--JMtlmo Spitz pups, cigh weeks old. male and female. Inqulri 513 York Avenue. Horses. Cattle, Other Stocx 48 FOB, SALE--5 young corn led hogs, cxtr: quality. 8',bc alive, lllic dressed. Fre delivery. Near Vandcrbilt. Tclephon Unlontown 108. Poultry, ERKS and Supplies 4 SPRING CHICKENS--Live or dressed Mullcnb, Marietta Farm, Country Clu Road. Phone 4114-R-14. Merchandise Articles for Sale MATS FOR SALE--Courier mats at 1 per each. Can be used for unlng you garage, chicken coop' or out building of any kind. Inquire at Courier OfQcc Business Service FOR SALE--Office equipment; cxamlnin table, scales, sterilizer, dressing tabl Mrs. II. J. Coll. 107 W. Apple street. Business Service Offeree! IS $1 OILS--Ano. makes minor adjustments on any scwlnc machine in your home. Parts extra. Phono 800. Troutman's. UPHOLSTERING, AWNINGS -- FUPNI- TURE REPAIRING. QUALITY WORK. Call FISHER Phone 0845. Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KIND EXCEPT LIFE. FAYETTE REALTY CO. PHONE 1375. T. D. GARDNER. MGR. Open Evenings! Open Sundays! IN WRITING a Classified Ad be sure to tell all the facts which you would want to know IT you yourself were a prospective buyer. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE--All kinds. Sec me lor rates. James R. Laughlln. Insurance. 309 First National Hank Building. Phone S20, Moving, Trucking, Storage 25 DULL'S TRANSFER i STORAGE. Local and long distance moving. Every load Insured.* Modem storage for household goods. - We do crating for shipment by rail. Phono 50. 122 East Peach street. ~Printing, Engraving, Binding 27 E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUR PRINTING WORK! Letter Heads!-- Bill Head:! Tor Rent Cartel--For Sale Cards! - Calling Cards!--Hand Bills!--Blnamel Ko Trespassing Signs For Salol All Work Guaranteed! At Reasonable Ratcsl COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. ONE CS. COURIER BLDG OR PHONE RESIDENCE. 91. Professional Services 28 CORRECT FITTING TRUSSES--Elastic Hosiery nnd other surgical appliances A A. Clarke. PH.O. Druggist 323 North Plttsburc street Phone 1M. Buildings, Building Materials 5 WE CARRY--A complete line of lime fo all purposes. Consolidated Coal Su] ply Company. Phone 1700. FOR SALE AT BARGAIN PRICES-Used brick, old lumber, window sashes, flooring. Coal, Phone 1854-R FOR SALE! LL KINDS OF--Used furniture including coal, gas and combination ranges nnd heaters. Also some good pianos at bargain prices. DULL'S STORAGE. 122 EAST PEACH ST. PJIONE 50. Musical Merchandise 'OR SALE--Clarinet. B. flat. Guaranteed in good condition. Special, $38.30. Kestner's Book Store. 125 W. Apple St. like this sounds it must be at topnotch. A5rs. Lc Brim saya that Mimi'B letters are rapturous--that she adores the mountains, and that you and she spend hours in the saddle. It sounds good to me at this particular moment, when the. thermometer here is in the nineties. "All ot our world is, of course, away, but I have these atones to do--and, as 1 have said, Paris is in the ofllng. Olga Is also staying on. There is talk that she may marry again--she is seen everywhere with a steel magnate who has just brought ilia plant to SU Louis. It would be the irony of fate, wouldn't it, if Olga shculd add multi-millions to grandfather's If 1 had Riven all the facts--that; you/work like a slave, while I twiddle 'my thumbs, we should be the Jauffhlriff stock of St. I^ouls." "Do you think I care," I flung out / furlouslv, "what St. LjOUlH thinks?" "J care," obstinately, "they arc my people." There seemed to be nothing to say In answer to that, so we rode on In silence. I had had another letter which I did not show Mimi. It was from the employment agency, and it gave rnc no encouragement. At this season ot the year women preferred work in the hotels to that on ranches. They might be able to do better for me later. The news seemed at the moment appalling. That very morning our half-breed, Sally, had left us. She and her husband had felt the call of the open road, and she was go- Ing back to visit her own people until cold weather came on. 1 had cooked the breakfast, and had carried Mlml'a chocolate in to her. She hod been adorable in a frilly blue negligee and lace cap. The contrast between the luxury encompassed by the four walls of her room, and the state of the kitchen after Sally's hurried departure, had been startling. I had sat and talked with her, trying to make a joke of it all, while my heart was like lead. J. proposed, before I left her, that she should ride to the postofllcc possible excuse. "1 have a beastly ^cadache. Woulo you mind very much if we had lunch in our room?" A shadow .'ell across her face, hut she managed to say, cheerfully, "Of course we'll have It--II you'd rather." My mood changed In a moment. I decided recklessly to take tho , chance. It the thing was to be, it would be. Why try to hide? "I'll rest a bit. and sec what happens, I told her, "I don't want to spoil our day." We went down, finally, to the dining room. We were late, and most of the guests had eaten and gone. I had little appetite, but Mimi was hungry, and enjoyed tho really delicious food. She was as gay as you please nnd talked and f- sparkled. I responded as best I could. To people at the other tables we must have seemed at our case and carefree. And how could they know that the sight of every tall man who entered the room, drained the blood from my face and made my heart beat madly? It wns not until we were a mile, or two n\vay from the hotel that I drew a quiet breath. Mimi insisted with me. I hod found that out of doors she was more like herself. The untidiness of the house oppressed her, weighed on her spirits. While she dressed I had made things as straight as I could. I refused to face the fact that we fortune? I wish highwaymen should have stayed at home, to Wanted--To Buy TWO L. C. SMITH TYPEWRITERS-- Al reasonable price. Write Box 23, earn Courier, ttating condition o£ machine, price, nd style number. CASK IS WHAT WE PAY- BRING IN ALL YOUR LARGE CLEAN WHITE RAGS TO THE DAILY COURIER OFFICE TO- DAY AND WE WILL PAY YOU "Sc" PER POUND. WHY NOT LOOK AROUND AND MAKE YOURSELF SOME SPENDING Room; and Board Rooms Without Board 68 FOR RENT--One large room, suitable for one or two persons. Jno. Wlshurt, 510 N. Plltiburg St. Phone 2007-J. ·were in fashion, I'd tic my head up in a handkerchief, and strip her: come night of her diamonds! Oh, · well, old chap, here's to your health and happiness, but I know you have them without my wish- Ing. What arc you writing? Don't stop because you have married a wife. Stiles Sanderson groans every time your name is mentioned. He says you arc a genius spoiled by luxury and loving. He quotes Aldrich--you remember, don't you. The Flight of the Duchess' ?: The woman I loved was now my bride, .And the home I wanted was my own, I turned to the Goddess satisfied, But the Goddess had somehow flown . . . "For a man must live in a garret aloof. And have few friends and go poorly clad, With an olO hat stopping a chink in the roof. To keep the Goddess constant and glad." I read Lionel's letter to Mimi as we rode home from the little post- ofllcc at tho crossroads. She made no comment when I finished, but there was a flush on her checks. "It was good of you," I said, as I put the letter back in my pocket, "to write that way to your mother." The flush deepened. "I knew people would be asking questions. And I didn't want them to know in my saddle. "Just FOR RENT--Furnished bedroom, suitable for two persons. Inquire 602 Edna street. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats THREE ROOM APARTMENT--109 South Sixth St. inquire Smutz Hardware Store, 717 Crswtord Avc . West Side. FOR RENT--Furnl.shed apartment. quire 111 Eau Patterson avenue. Houses for Rent 77 TWO, FIVE AID SIX--Room houses, all modern conveniences. Newly decorated. 1010 and 1011 Green street. A. C. Herwick. Phone 528. Evenings 273. Business and Office Equipment 54 SEVEN-COLUMN -- Burrough's adding machine, guaranteed A-l condition, spt-cial, $44.73. Vnrltypcr typewriting machine, Interchangeable type, can be used for different languages. Guaranteed. Special $18.75, Kcstncr's Book Store, 125 W. Apple btrcet. FOR RENT--Nine room brick, near Robbins; five rooms, Eaht Apple; six rooms near Trader. Peter R. Wclmcr. Wctmcr Arcade. the truth." I turned what do you mean by that, Mlml ? What is the truth?" "Oh, well, things are different, aren't they, from what we expected?" "Yea." "I told Mother that I adore the mountains, and I do. And xvhen we arc on our horses. Jerry, I am bring some kind of order out of the awful chaos of Sally's housekeeping. Yet, should we have stayed? And why face facts? It was with n sort of cat-drink-and-be-mcrry attitude that I had closed the door behind us, and had left Jason on guard. To push the joys of our adventure to its extreme limits, I suggested later that we ride back to tho house--get the little car, and motor to the hotel for luncheon. When we returned that night we could have a picnic supper--there would be no dishes, no cares until the next day. Mimi was at once lighted by anticipation. "You're a darling, Jerry." And so young was I, so ready to be happy, that I flung all forebodings away from me, and took my holiday with a will. When we entered the hotel, we were much observed. We still wore our riding clothes, nnd we created, as always, a sensation. I was picturesque in corduroys and broad sombrero, while Mimi, in gray, with her peacock feather, was like a gallant boy. I asked for a room, that we might make ourselves presentable, and when I had signed for it I cast my eyes idly over the names on the register. Then, suddenly, the world turned black. There was a scrawled signature which seemed to have n sinister significance; a name I should never have looked for In that place.! 1 lost my nerve' completely. I wanted to pick Mimi up and fly with her back to our ugly red- painted house ana shut her' in. I was overwhelmed by a sense of impending catastrophe. I controlled mvbclf, however, nnd followed the boy to our room. As the bright light from the window streamed upon me, I saw Mlml observing me with some curiosity. "How pale you are, Jerry? Aren't you well?" happy--that's enough for Mother. I caught at that as giving me a. on driving the car back, and I did not protest. My nerves were shaken, but that was not the reason I let her drive. I had a feeling- that in keeping her eyes on the road she might miss seeing, clearly, anyone who passed. 1 Nothing happened on the way home, but I knew the blow would fall, and it did. Three days later we were riding up the trail towards the lake in the cup of the mountains. The ascent was steep, but our pon'es knew every inch of it. They stepped carefully, and took what seemed almost insurmount- * able hazards with an air of lazy ac- customcdncss. It Is Impossible to. give in words the charm of that| high country--the wine of the air.i the perfume of sun-warmed evergreens, the color and contrast ofi goldtn aspen and gray rocks, thel emerald shadows of the wooded' spaces. , We came at last to a plateau,, where our horse's rested. FromJ this height we could survey thcr trail below. Wo could see thc| faint line of it, lost here and thcrci among the trees, but emerging al-/ ways In a zig-zag descent towardsl the valley. Not a soul was Inj sight. I lifted Mimi from her, horse, and held her in my arms.: "This is our world, my dearest.! Say that you love me, Mimi." 1 She said it. She seemed ail mincj in that moment. My doubts fled.) She was mine, no one could take! her from me . .. We had brought our lunch with us, and when I brousht it from our bags, I saw that Mirni was again staring down the trail. "There's someone eominff up,"! she told me. ; I crossed the intervening space! and stood beside her. Far down ru horseman was ascending. He wore) a broad hat, which, at that dls-i tancc, gave the effect of an animated mushroom as it bobbed up-, and down. As he came nearer we. caught the "Uc-tac" of his horse's hoofs on the loose rocks. Then we* saw his lacquered boots glisten in, the sun. He rode in the English;' style, and lacked the swinging grace which makes the cowboy the centaur of the plains. , Higher he came, and higher. I was awcro oC the horseman's height, of his length of limb. Then suddenly my breath seemed to leave me! I knew who it was. The thing had happened! Here was the man whose name had been scrawled on the register. Andy Fuller was riding up the trail! (To Bo Continued) Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale FOR RENT -- House on Washington avenue, six rooms, bath, inquire Dr. Wakciicld. 139 E. Crawford Avc. Farm and Dairy Products 55 APPLES--Sprnycd and hand picked, 50c per bushel. Somerset potatoes, $1.25 per bag. We deliver. 13 E. Washington Avc. Phone 8G5-R. MR. FARMER HERE'S MONEY IN YOUR POCKET1 \Vr,y not run a small inexpensive CliisslHcd Ad In our Classified Si7tion which will find a market fui your farm products, your live suck, your (arm Implements, and household goods? You will find many people who want to bvy the many things you have for sale! The Dally Courier ha.-, a la^gc rural circulation which mokes it the popular choice ariong the farmers and assures you that your message will reach the people who aro in the market for your products. You Will Find: Our rates In the above Classified heading. Classified Ads are payable All Fuel, Peed, Fertilizers 56 WHENEVER you have a real need to fill the Classified Section will help you to nil it quickly. a£ cosily and in* expensively. . DID YOU LOSE your purse or card case? Let u nm a Lost and Found 3d lor you. Just phone. 12 or 13 for an ad- taker. YOU TELL US your details and we'll write your ad. Phone 12 or 13 for an id-taker. DR. GEO. a DULL TREATMENT OF ALL FOOT AILMENTS WOOLWORTH ULDO. PHONE 430-J Repairing anil Reunisliin? "3 UPHOLSTERING--Furniture repairs, slip covers. Perfect finished work--factory methods. Rudolph-. Phone 1817-J. Ad.s and IN DEALING through Cl.i'.sifird nothing Is, nastrd. Both bujcr seller profit equally. COAL--9-tt. Conncllsvllle coking, lump and run o( mine Pittsburgh Champ- Ion nut coal and large lump. Coke, all si?es Consolidated Coal Supply Com pany. Phone 1700. CO.vL--Good black lumpy rur of mine lOc bushel delivered, c.i^h. Kobalta Bros, Phono 2037. THE CLASSIFIED SECTION oftew complete catalogue of the wants and oilers of the people of Conncllsvllle and vicinity. THERE ARK many tilings obtainable through the Clau-ilic-d 'Ads that it woul be difHcult to get in any other ^ay. PATRONIZE those who idvcrU-o. FOR RENT--Five room bungalow. South Plttsbure btrcet. Call 1280-R, after 5 P. M. Real Estate for Sale Brokers In Real Estate PROPERTIES FOR SALE OR RENTI T. C. PHALIN SO. CONNELLSVILLE, PA. PHONE D75. Business Property for Sale 82 HERE IS THE HOME YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR' CROSSLAND ROAD--Just one-hall mile from the City Limits. Ten room house Including three acres ct land and outbuildings, two baths, electricity, new steam furnace, garage and laundry. Just recently remodeled and in the very best of condition. Price is reasonable. Inquire. Win. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1760. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE A REAL BUY! 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 $1.500. PAUL WAGONER 1003 W. CRAWFOHD AVE, PHONE, US. FOR SALE--Storeroom on South PJtts- burg Street. Formerly occupied by Robinson's Drug Store. Inquire, Robert Norris. Phone. 505. Farms and Land for Sale 83 48 ACRE FARM--With or without .stock nnd machinery. Located · in Lower Tyrone Township, 2»i mile;, West of Dawson on Banning Road. Inquire of owner. O. P. HIgbce. Dawson. Pa. 29 ACRE FARM--Bulltkin Township, good bouse, modern conveniences, gooa outbuildings. Write A. W. Fowler, 2Il E. Cherry street. New Cajtic. Pi. FARM FOR SALE, TRADE OR RENT- SIX room home, barn, '184 acres. Inquire 816 McCormlck avenue. Houses for Sale 84. EXCEPTIONAL BUYS! WILLS ROAD--Two fine homes, modern in every respect; Green street extension, five loom bungalow, hot water heat, $2,650; on Narrows, seven room, modern, gar.isc, one ac:e of ground, $2,500. PETER R. WEIMEF1 WEIMER ARCADE. THE CLOSER ou stick lo classified ads the closer your money will stick to ou and the farther It will go when you spend ft AS LONG AS you have ttie Classitlcd Section, you needn't wait long to obtauji anything you need--it Is easy to get. SEE THESE PROPERTIES! SOUTH CONNELLSVILLE -- Six room frame houbc, finished attic, hot air heat, bath, good cellar, two car garage. ModiTM and in the very best of condition. Price $4.000. COTTAGE AVENUE--Five room frame house, bath and garace. Priced to sell at $1,200. \VM. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1760. FOR SALE--Double house, South Fourth street, 2 lots, modern conveniences, new air conditioned furnace. Price $1.800; $1,000 down. Phone 468-J. or sec Andrew Lcrch, 832 Morrell avenue. FOR SALE--Six room house, bath, hot water heat. Lot 10x140 feet. 1328 South Plttsburi! Street. $3,000. Inquire. Robert Norrls. Phone, 505. FOK SALE--Frame building, 18x30 feet. Corner South Pittsburg Street and Woodlawn Avenue. Can be m.ide into a three room house. $1,500. Inquire. Robert NorrfB. Phone. !M. IT IS ONLY necessary to tell people where real bargains are to be found anc a crowd will soon be there. Classified acis- arc constantly pointing the wuy to real value (or hundreds of people u regularly look to them for guidance 3B 2S 31 36 3-7 ACROSS 1--Forced 9--Exclamation of astonishment 10--African antelope 11--About 13--Rustic 14--Exist 15--Bruised spots 17--Post 19--Loose coverings for the shoulders 20--Japanese coins 22--Slide 25--Obscures 29--Skins of animals 31--First month of the Jewish calendar 32--Neuter pronoun 33--A spring month 34--Ancient Anatolian godicsj of fertility 35--Same as Putumayo --a South American river 36--Acquire 38--Respectful tooth 21--A state of 7--Greek letter tranquility V.- 8--Actions 12--Expression of disgust 14--A vat 16--Fanatical IS--Mexican dollars 21--Gracious 22--Recoiled 23--Ignited 26--A kind ol lace 27--A visit-BO twccn whalers at sea 2S--A tangle 30--To box scientifically 35--Urantlng 3"--Note of the scale Answer to previous puzzlo DOWN 1--Peevish 2--Negative reply 3--A tcrma-.: gant *--Kumple S--A culture medium using ar;ar-agar 5--A filling made- nnd cemented Into a You tell us and we'll tell the uorldl Yearly rates upon request. WllF.N YOU SHOP through tlic CVsM- A-N» I SUIIVICK l ou get from dcd Section \ou Ijuy from cholc» nol CUviflril Ad-.. Wlu-i\ ,voil have a special from persuasion f, nerd to nil, phone in, tljc pat llcujars and ;;·;--:: T^~. «j»t»u». you cj» get an Ad-taker lit i: at PHONE 12 or 13 lor an a 1-tikcrl 113.

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