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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, January 11, 1938
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·VtiBi UAlLiI UOUKllirt, CUlNlNriLiLiSVlLiLiE;, PA. TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, 193S. Courier C/assi/ied Advertisements / For Quick Results fCLASSlFIED AD. RATES- Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9c cash; lOo charge Ads to Bo Run Per line, 7c cash; Sc charge. Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c cash; 7c charge. These Rates Are Bared On Consecutive Insertions. Thefe 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 ls Taken For Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Card of Thanks JOHNS--We take this mean* or thanklnc our many kind friends, neighbors and - relatives'for the manv acts of kindness and sympathy extended us during our _recent sad bereavement, the death of our brother. Charles N. Johns. Especially do we wish to th ink the palltMar- ' cr». those who so kindly furnished cars- and all-who assisted us- in any way. Mr_and Mrs. C. W. Hicks and Brother. BcnK Johns. _ ~ Z.~ PJERN--We -wish to take this means of - expressing our sincere appreciation and , thanks to our msny kind neighbors. Iricnds and relatives for their kindness. and sympathy' extended us, during our , 1933 Ford 4-cylintlcr 2-door Sedan, a Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 YOU CANT GO WRONG IN BUYING ONE OF THESE EXCELLENT USED CARS' ; TJtE FOLLOWING -CABS WILL, BE SOLD AT TltE P-R-I-C-E-S MENTIONED _ _ . AS IS!!! Business Service Business Service Ottered IS $1 OILS--And makes minor adjustments on any sewing machine In jour home Partt extra Phone 890 Troutman'a UPHOLSTERING. AWNINGS -- FURNITURE REPAIRING QUALITY WORK. Call FIS1IER. Phone 8045. Merchandise Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 56 COAL- 9-fL Conncllsville coking, lump nrd l in of mine Pittsburgh Champion nuv coal and large lump Coke, all sizes Consolidated Coal Supply Company. Phone 1700. - Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KIND EXCEPT LIFE FAVETTE REALTY CO. "PHONE 1375. T. D GARDNER. MGR. recent'cad bereavement, the sudden death of our dear husband and father, C. D. Plcrn. Especially do we desire to Ibank the Rev. Henry. DeVlvo. pastor ot St. Rita's Church, -Rev. W. ·Wlsnlcw- "" »kl. .pastor of Holy Trinity Church. "Rev. S. Mora\ck, pastor of St. Johns Church, and Rev. -Andrew DiSanto. pastor of, St Bernadinc Church, Mount Pleasant, who took ptirt in the celebration of solemn high requiem mas'-. those v.ho sent the beautiful flowers the pallbearers, those -who so kindly jtamisncd cars and all who assisted us In any way. children. clean buy at 1930 Ford 2-door Sedan for 3929 Ford U-door Sedan in good con- 1031 Plymouth 4-door Sedan 1031 Chevrolet 2-door Sedan 1930 Ford Deluxe 4-door Sedan. (4-c Under) 1930 Ford (4-c Under) Coupe in 1 condition, priced to sell at The Above Mentioned Can Can Be Boughl^Through Our Easy Payment Plant ' i . s «· . $95 S75 S7£ · A - No j $99! DEPENDABLE INSURANCE--All kinds. See me for rates James R. Laugnlln, Insurance. 300 Flrtt National BinJc Building. Phone 520. Moving. Trucking, Storage 25 Sir*. C. D. Picm And 1 1334 Ford k -ton Pickup, at A Bargain I I SEE OUR DISPLAY-" - -- BASKETS SPRAYS AT REASONABLE PHICES1 P. H. DcMUTH SONS - . C-VTIiE--59 SCOTTDALE--334 · . Funeral Dlrecton r --S1BEL FUNERAL HOME-- · The Lait Word In Funeral Scrvtc*." -~ CALL. CONNELLSVTLLE 150, ^Strayed. 'Lost, Found ·-STOLEN--Blue tick and beagle pup, · three months old. Reward for return to - Stcrrct Shaffer. ConnclIsviUc. Pa. II. D ;- 2, No. 308. -FOUND*--Dog, white with brown nnd black spots. "Wearing licence Owner inquire Shulman s Store. 233 N. Pitts- burc street St 1935.,] 936 and 1937 Models of Fords. "Chevrolet*. Dodges. Oldsmobiles, Xuicks^and others Everyone thoroughly inspected and ready for the road See them today I 5 I HF.RE TlfEY ARE! " " ' JUST TWO LEFTI 2--1937 Ford V-8 Demonstrators. Your Choice of Deluxe Club Cabriolet or Deluxe 4-door Touring Sedan DULL'S TRANSFER STORAGE. Local and long distance moving. Every lead Insured Modern storage for household goods We do crating for shipment b./ rail. Phone 50 122 East peach street. Printing, Ensravliur, Blnilinsr 27 CUSTOM COAL--lOc, 12c ,md 13c delivered. George W Kern, Conncllsville. Phone 4i:t-It-lI. BFST QUALITY--0 « coking coal, inotlcrntcly priced Immediate deliver} Gerald Schomer. Plfone 1991 COAL--Good black lumpy run of mine lOc bushel delivered. Cash Koballa Bros. Phone 2037. GENUINE WASHINGTON BUN COAL-Wm Dull Son. Phone C'vUlc. 107. Scottdalc. 502, Dawson. 4037. COAL--9-ft run of minr and screened Prices rcascnablc. Prompt delivery. Call 534. Hint. COAL--Click 9-It. coking conl, bushel, delivered. Call 1335-R. Goods 5D 10 Automotive Automobile* for Sale · O - K ' USED CABS NOW ON DISPLAY ON OUR USED CAR LOT WEST CRAWFORD AVE NEXT TO WER.TIIEIMKK MEN S STORE AND ALSO INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT IZ1 WEST APPLE STREET MASON MOTOR COMPANY. Open Evenings 'till 9 o clock Opm Sundays till C o clock. PHONE 105 Both Are FulK Fquipped Have Low Mileage and Selling With A New Car Guarantee! And At Greatly Reduced Prices J BE SURE THAT YOU Sl.E OUH WONDERFUL DISPLAY OF THE NEW "1P3»" MODLES OF FORDS AND LINCOLN ZEPHYR CARS The World's Best Termjl Very Good Trades And Demonstrations 1 WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED FORD nnd LINCOLN DEALERS WEST CRAWFORD AVE. . HONE, 407. i ; S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUR PRINTING WORK I Letter Hcadsl--Bill Heads! For Rent Card,1--For Sale Cardil Calling Cards!--Hand 'Bills!--Binding I No Trespassing Sirns For Sale I All Work Guaranteed! At_Rcasonable Ratcsl COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 65 COURIER BLDG. OR PHONE RESIDENCE. 91. STORE WIDE REDUCTIONS! ON ALL FURNITURE. RUGS AND STOVES COME INI SEE! AND SAVEI LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES. MEKVIS FURNITURE COMPANY. WORTH PITTSBURC ST. PHONE 2020 YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE! FOR SALE! ALL KINDS OF--Used turrlturc Including coal, gas and combination ranges a.ld heaters. Also some good pianos at bari'aln prices. DULL'S STORAGE. 122 EAST PEACH ST. PHONE 50. Professional Services 28 FOR SALE--Household furniture. Inquire 420 East Crawford A-vcnue. Phon* 1341-J. CORRECT FITTING TRUSSES--Elastic Hosiery and other surgical appliance* A. A. Clarke. PH. O. Druggist. 323 North Plttsburg street Phono 164. DR. GEO. E DULL TREATMENT OF ALL FOOT AILMENTS WOOLWORTI1 BLDG PHONE 430-J. Financial Need Money 40-B Wanted--To Buy CO WANTED TO BUY--3,000 board feet of seasoned or partly seasoned chestnut lumber Write what you have O. Rlchtcr. Route 2, Box 334, Connellsvllle, Pa. TWO L. C. SMITH TYPEWRITERS--At reasonable price Write Box 23, car« Courier, stating condition of machine. price, rid style number. - A WONDERFUL USED CAR BUYI ,1937 Chrysler Deluxe Roial Coupe, diivcn only 9 000 miles, for only S625 TURNER AUTOMOBILE COMPANY "W. Crawford Avc. at 9th St Phone 377. LATE MODEL USED CARS1 HETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO. SCOTTDALE. PENNA. PHONE 407. GOOD WILL USED CAItS. BENNETT MOTOR SALES. 1W E. CKAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234 Open Evenings! Open Sundays! FINE LATE MODEL USED CARS E E VAN SCOY. INC. 233 E CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243 Autos, Accessories, Tires, Parts 13 ALL CAR CHAINS ,, U OFF! ALL CAR HEATERS Vi OFF! STORAGE BATTERIES (EXCH ) 1339 MOTOR OIL. 2 GALLONS __ 79c ALCOHOL. PER GALLON " 59c BRAKE LINING. FT . ISc-UP LINED BRAKE SHOES 22c TURN SIGNALS ,,. - . 5755 AMBER LENS . .. . 7c MARKER LIGHTS ,, .,, __ 19c REFLEX REFLECTORS . 49c LOWEST PRICES--INSPECTION NEEDS I GOLDE TIRE RADIO COMPANY. 120 EAST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 10. I GET AHEAD IN 19381 PAY OFF ALL--Your bills with a PERSONAL LOAN! Have only one plac* to pay instead of many You need only ONE thing here --the ability to repay small, regular sums on any loan plan selected. LOANS up to $300 Come in PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY Over McCrory Store Phone 34 WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE. PATRONIZE tnoso -WBO advertise. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 2--To know -". 25--Midday again 10--Red Cr?s abbr) 12--A Umber wolf 13--Guided 14--The blue and 8--Enthusiasm 26--Combat 26--The coarse outer coat of wheat 29--Negative reply 30--Struck gently yellow 32--Exclamo- macau Uon 16--Pronoun 14--Classify 17--Metallic 3i--Edict dross 36--Besides 18--Conjunc- 18--Near tion 38--Epoch 10--A tradition- 40--A wreath al story of flowers 20--Sixth note and leave* of the scale (Hawaii) 31--The world 41--Measure of considered distance as a system 43--Senior ab I 43--Form of the 44--Enduring verb "to be" DOWN 1--A French 4--General silver cola 5--Observe* 1--Any power- 6--Depart . fu) deity 7--In 9--A man's name 11--Sing In a low tone 15--5allclous burning of property 17--Kcor 22--American elk 24--Kind -o( sugar Antmcr to 27--Approaches 28--A cub 30--Drill 31--An abnor. mally small person 33--Toward the lee 37--Title of a knight 41--Mama 42--Letter N previous puzzle re E A.S P R m P P i u i m H E. Instruction Instruction Classes FKANKLIN COMMF.HC'AL COLLECE-- Pcnnsylvanln't Finest Business School Dny and Nlcht Clux.scs--$54.50 New Typewriter Riven with each Scholarship during January Extra--A new course in Fine Commercial Art, Drawing, pen nnd ink, charcoal, oil, wati'r color. Landscape--Portrait, Teacher studied ulth Mmr Du Bet of Paris, Corcoran Art Gallery, Washington, D. O. Successor to n W Wcencr ot Pltti- burgh. Send for our new Catalog -- ConnellsviUe, Pa. Phone 218 Livestock Dogs, Cats, Other Pets 47 FOR SALE--Eskimo Spitz pups eight weeks old. male and female Inmiiic 513 York Avenue. Horses, Cattle, Other Stock 411 FOR SALE--1 pair colts iix monthb old. from mated team ol sorrel marca WUulit WOO Ibs each Harry Koostr, ScottUile Phone 4112-n-G Poultry, ERRS and Supplies 49 SPRING CHICKENS--Live or Mullens Marietta Form. Country Club Road Phone 41H-H-H Merchandise Articles for Sale 5t MATS FOR SALE--Courier mats ot X: per each Can bo used lor lining your xara£c, chicken coop or out building] of any kind Inquire at Courier Office Buildings, Ruildinc Materials 53 WANTED TO BUY--Good second hand sewing machine Must be reasonable Write Box X. care Courier. CASH IS WIIAT WE PAY- BRING IN ALL YOUR LARGE CLEAN WIUTE BAGS TO THE DAILY COUIUEB OFFICE TO- DAY AND WE WILL PAY YOU ·Jc" PER POUND WHY NOT LOOK AROUND AND MAKE YOURSELJ SOME SPENDING MONEY??? Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board 68 FOR RENT--Fumishtd bedroom, sultaolc for two persons. Inquire G02 Edna street. Temp/e Ba/7ey CHAPTER 45 | FUL.U3R WAS, I know, as surprised as I A'hcn Mimi announced, 1 .she would not ask him to dine with ui "You aren't? Why not?" "Because up here In the mountains, where men arc red-blooded^" there was laughter in her voice, "real men, you know, there might be danger." "What kind of danger?" "You and Jerry would be at each other's throat before the evening was over. Isn't that the way it is always in novels? A lonely spot-three people--gun play--tragedy? It Is what we get In the movies, Isn't it" 1 He was Impatient. "My dear Mimi, be serious." "I am flcrloui" "You are not " In spite of her light manner, I knew that she was in dead earnest She was still playing the game, but the stakes v;ere high. She didn't want Andy lo see our ugly house. She meant that ho should not sec it. * He should not take back with him the story of her disillusionment. And her quick mind had found this way out of Jt- Yct, I hated the way she had found, I wanted her to say, "Oh, we've got a hideous old house, lAndy, but we're happy. Things 'aren't a bit \vhat we expected-but we arc happy. You can go back ant" say to my friends that I nm happy because Jerry is mine nnd t am his--and nothing else counts but that." I know now that such an attl tudo was too much to expect of any woman. But I Judged her by myself. I hated poverty--but rather than spend my lif* without her I would have tramped the roads--have slept under the stars. The roll of the thunder grew fainter, the darkness lifted opened the door and the sweet fr-'sh air rushed in. Andy resumed the subject where cnge "I am going to France I want to get into the flying serv- 'C." With a stroke as it were of the brufih, he became a hoiolc figure "It will be wonderful, Andy," Mimi was Illumined He looked down ot her, "Will t? f Would It be wonderful tf Jerry did It?" "DOvyou mean that I wouldn't want him to go 9 Oh, why not, Andy? It would be wonderful for anyone. If it were for France " I had never heard her speak Uxe that We had discussed the war, and I had known that her tradl- :lon3 held her absolutely to the French point of vie*. But here was something which seemed to have gone deeper, A sense of the sacrcdncss of a cause. It was Andy'a action which had revealed it to me I wondered If she would really be willing to have me leave her. To match hii heroics with my own? We mounted our homes and rode until our paths parted, about half way between our ranch and the hotel, which meant a ride of at least 10 miles for .ill of us When Andy left us we shook "hands with him We bade him a final "goocl- by", Mimi and I stood for a moment, looking aftf- h'm, then we whirled our horses about, and rode down the trail in the darkening light. During the ride home, Mimi hat little to say to me. She seemed tired and dispirited. ' "I had to keep him away .Terr/," she said at last. "It sounc.cJ-- silly. But it was the bes- I co- do." "Why not have told him, Mimi 9 " "Do you mean about -- the house'" "About ourselves That we could be happy in spite of the ugliness. That because we have each other we can be happy." I laid my hand on her shoulder, our silence had seemed to end It "Couldn't you have told him that, ·"Now that I can see your face." he said to Mimi, "I am going to find out if you really mount It, when you told me I \s.aa not to visit you " "Of course I meant it. Don't you know that no human being ·has a right to interrupt a honeymoon'" "Oh. wen." he said, gloomily, "if '.you arc going to look at it like Itha!" ", ( fow else can I look at lt? H Tet you said it was 'heavenly' But--you and Jerry to see me' "H is. aren't terribly keen about each othr, are you?" I had a feeling ot unreasonable · irritation. "We wouldn't fly at each other's throatu If that is what you mean. Miml r or scratch each, other's eyes out," A,ndy quite surprisingly agreed with MImL "Perhaps, she Is right, Chandler. When nho w-a.1 afraid and turned to you, I could have seen you hanged with joy. You've got her, and I might as wcJl give her up. But I've seen what I wan .cd. If you hadn't made her happy, I should have tried to find a way to do It." It was a frank declaration of his motive in coming. My voice was full of suppressed fury as I answered. "I am sorry to seem as Inhospitable as Mimi." He stared moodily out on the lovely world that the storm had left behind--there was a aort of a i 1 v c r radiance--the mountains were a\\ept with emerald light. When at last he spoke, he flung the sentences forth like a chal- dcareat ? And have let him come?" She turned a little hi her saddle, "Jerry, you're not facing it. You didn't v.ant him any more than I. Not really. You're just trying to make yourself think that you did." 1 dropped my hand from her shoulder, and we rode on. Our way v*as dark now, but the afterglow still lingered above the mountains Our horsns were worn out, and so were we. We came to ou^r ugly ranch house, and no light shone to welcome us We wont in, and I found my way to the lamp. As the ilamc flared, the disorder of the place was revealed. Mimi stood uncertainly in the middle of the room Then she lifted her hand? in a desperate gesture. "Do you mind, Jerry, If I don't stay up? I don't want anything to cat, I am simply--dead." I felt stricken and alone, hurt to the heart But I tried not to show it. "Sit down." I said, "and let me take oft your boots. Then I'll heat some water good anil hot for your I knelt at her feet, and unlaced the soft deerskin leggings. I brought her slippers. As I put them on I felt her arms about m neck. "You are such a darling. Jerry," she sold, and cried as if her heart would break. I thought u'e had heard the last of Andy, and I tried to put him, aa much as possible, out of my mind. His coming had in a way formed a turning point in our domestic relations. The morning after wo met him, Mimi had walked into the kitchen while I tva* making her chocolate, and announced that she was going to help me get the breakfast. I have yours almost ready, dearest." She stood on tiptoe, and brushed my cheek with her lips. "I am not going to have my chocolate J .n cd any more." "Why not?" "I am going to be the angel o£ the house, Jerry." There was a new look in her eyes, as she stood n front of me, beating a tattoo with her slender fingers on the jrcast of my flannel shirt. "You take care of your job, and I'll take care of mine, I'll get Mrs. Hayes to shew me things " "Mimi," I protested, "I hate to rtave you do It." "You mustn't hate it. Jerry. It weakens me," her lips trembled. "I--I have the feeling that, per* tiaps, you can't stand realities--. Inat if you sec me without my war paint--you won't love me." "I shall always .love you " She nodded. Oh, of course. You arc that kind--constant. But the line glamor--the illusion. I wonder how you'll feel when my hands are rough, and my hair at loose ends--like Dora Hayes?" "You will never be like Dora Hayca, my darling" "Who knows?" she was smiling a little. "After I've washed millions of dishes--and peeled tons of potatoes?" We had talked for a long time, the night before. We had declared to each other that we would shut, definitely, the door of the lifo (which was behind us. Mimi hod clung to me, sobbing, she had seemed all mine for the- moment. I had sworn that with her as my ;oddcss I would write with an inspired pen. And things would work out for us, 1 was sure, If we loved en?ugh. We were very young--everything had secmeO, for the moment, possible. We did not know oar- selves We did not know each other. We did not know life. Wo were like untried warriors, riding valiantly to battle. Well, we got the breakfast--and MJmi burned the toast. "But tomorrow I shan't burn it, Jerry," she said, hopefully, "you'll sec. I am really much more intelligent than I look," she threw a kiss to me across the table. Yet, when breakfast was over, I could not settle down to my desk. "Let's ride for an hour," I proposed, "and come back and do the work." We rode for more tlian on hour, and came hack and washed the dishes; and ate lunch, and washed more dishes. I sat down at my desk at three, and another storm came up; the thunder roared and the rain s\\cpt across the valley, the lightning was like a conflagration. Mimi was afraid, and ran into my room, and I comforted her. Then it was time for dinner--and we washed more dishes--; we- again mounted our horses and rodo up and up the trail to sec the moonlight on our little lake. When we returned, 1 said, "My dearest, I am going to sit at my desk for on hour or two. I haven't written a half dozen lines " "Oh, you're too tired tonight, Jerry. And tomorrow you can do better." But tomorrow was much the same, and the day after, and at last a letter from my lawyer brought disquieting news of inadequate finances. (To Bo Continued) Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale Rooms for Housekeeping 6D FOR RENT--Two furnished rooms for llfiht housekeeping 223 South street. Phone 1403-R FOR RENT--Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping 422 South PitnburR street FOR KENT-- Two furnlhcd rooms /or llflht housekeeping. 1210 Vine street. Wanted--iRooms or Board 73 WANTED TO HFNT--Three or four unfurnished rooms Write Box 88, care Courier. EXCEPTIONAL BUYS WILLS ROAD--Two flnc homes, modern in every respect. Green street extension, five room bungalow, hot water htat, $2 G5C, on Narrow a, sc%cn room, modern, Kfitngc. one acre of ground, J2.500 PETER R WEIMER WEIMER ARCADE. FOR SALE--Eljjht room hou^e with two lots on Dt Moer. $1200 Robert Norris. Phone 505 Real Estate for Rent HERE IS THE HOME YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FORI CROSSLAND ROAD--Just one-half mile from the Ctty Limits Ten room houic including three acris of land nnd outbuildings, t\% o baths, electricity, new s*eim furriacc, garage and laundry. Susi recently remodeled nnd In the very besi of condition Price Is reasonable. Inquire. Apartments and Flats THREE HOOM--Furnished apartment, nil conveniences i large room, suitable for one or two people 510 N. Pitts- burn street Phone 2097-J. IF YOD ARE--Patchinfi lint nrrmU brcnk In the kitchen \\all, or plastering every wall in the hou-e. uc can furnish your needs Comolidatcd Coal Supply Companj. Phone 1700. Farm and Dairy Products 55 APPLES--Sprnctl and hand picked. SGc pt_r bushel Somtrbct potatoes $1.25 per iwiR We deliver 4J3 E ton A \ L Phone BG5-H MR FARMER in:RES MONEY IN YOUR POCKETl Why not run a small Inexpensive Classified Ad In our Clarified Section \\hlch will find a market for our farm product^, your live stock, i our farm Implements, nnd household f;oods? You will find many people \\ho wint to buj the manv things jou have for sale I The Daily Courier has n larce ruial circulation which ninktn it jthc popular choice HtnonK the farmers nnd assures you that our mes^aRL will reach the people who ire in the market for our products You Will Find: Our rates in the nhme Clarified hcncUni: All CUs-hlcd Ail* ure p«t)«bl« tit ·Uwncel SMALL UNFURNISHED APARTMENT-Suitable for I or 2 person*. Heat, water f mulshed Inq 502 S Pittsburg St. THREE ROOM APARTMENT--109 South Sixth SU Inquire Smutz Hardware Store. 717 Crawford A v c . West Side. FOR RENT--Two room unfurnished front apnrtmcnt Heat. Ufiht, gas furnished 130 W Crawford Avc Wm P McNUX/TY. EAGLES BUILDING PHONE 17SO FOR SALE--Nice -*ix room house with sun parlor, htat all conveniences Nicely finished and in Rood conaltlon West Side. $3 300 Robert Norris. Phone 5D5 HOUACS for Rent 77 FOR RENT--Nine room brick, near Robbins, five rooms. East Apple, six rooms nt-tr Trader Peter R. Weimcr. WUmcr Arcade Real Estate for Sale Brokers fn Real Estate PROPERTIES KOR SALE OR RENT! T C PHAL1N SO CONNELLSVILLE. PA PHONE 075 15us:ness Property for Sale 82 FOR on bouth Pitts- hur^ bticct Formerly occjpltd by Robinson's Di UK Store Inquire Robert *Votm Plioie, 503 A REAL BUYI BLACKSTONE ROAD, 71C-71B WEST SIDE--TwcKe room double house with bath and heater, all modern This property must be sold nt onco to settle estate Immediate possession. Price reduced to $1 500 PAUL WAGONER 1009 W CRAWFORD AVE PHONE. MB FOR SALE--Frame building. 18x30 feet Corner South Pittsbure Street and Woodlawn Avenue Can be made Into n three room house $1.500 Inquire. Robert Norris Phone, 505 Auctions-Legols Notices. 91 EXECUTORS' NOTICE ESTATE OF CONRAD SNYDEU, LATE of Enst Liberty. Dunbar Township. Fay- cttc County, Pa, deceased. Letters testamentary in the above nnmed tstate having been granted to the undersigned, notice is hereby given to nil persons indebted to the said decedent to riakc payment to the undersigned without dclny, nnd all persons haUng claims or demands against said estate arc requested to mnkc known the same. W. A Danncr. Pcirl Danncr. Executors, Lock Box 376, Vondcrbilt, Pa 7dec-(*t-tues Wanted--Real Estate 89 WANTFD TO BUY--2 acrci ground, iuitah' L for cultii at Ion and building Mte, on improved load Phone Con- ncllsvillc I36I-J Henry Tailentire, Once Frick Worker, Dies After Illness MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan. 11.-Henry H. Tailentire, 78 yeari. old, a foimer mine superintendent, died at 7:32 o'clock Monday moining at his home at Tarr after an illness of over eight years. Mr. Tallentire was born at New- biggm, England, in 1859, and came to the United States in 18B3, locating at Ti otter, Fayctte county. He was employed by the Frick Company for 24 years at various plants and later located at Tarr with the Brownfield Coal Coke Company, where he was employed, up until the time of his illness, as a mine superintendent. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Jane Wcightman Tailentire, apd the following children: Mrs. C. W. Moore of Tarr, Mrs. Marshall Taylor of Youngstown, Mrs J. E. Keener of Uniontown, George of Scottdale, Mrs. Mary Hertzingcr of Pittsburgh, Mrs. William Mawhmncy of Mount Pleasant, Hany of Tair and Anne, at home There are two brothers, Thomas of Marklcysburg and William of Castle Hill, England, 11 grandchildren and one great-grandchild Mr Taller-tine was a member of the Mount Lebanon Methodist Epis' copnl Church of Tarr. I The funeral service will be held I Thutsdny afteinoon at 2 o'clock at i the late home Interment will be m.ide 'in the Mount Lebanon Cemetery at T.isr. Fnrms and Land for Sale 83 -*- ACKi: KAHJ.I---1-luHjklil 'io««i,hlp. Kuoct IIGUM modern cun\ mlcucix Kood onll)ulli!lnt.s Write A W. FoMlcr, 21:. E Cherry itrect. New Castle. P«. Shark Meal 1'opitlar. Glamor Ghl "Dead.'* MELBOURNE, Jan. 11.--Shark's,, NEW YORK. Jan 11.--Cecil meat is becoming a common com- i Beaton. photojjiaphci-arti*t-wiitei\ modity ami a common edible in i dvtlaitd h e i o ^ t t i a t the "glamor tfitl Austialia 'It Mills lit 12 tents o ' is as dead as mutton." "Yes, .she is pound, is practically boneless and pie-historic . . There is a swing tastes about the same is cod. fback to naturalness," he said. New 5. Huntingdon School Dedication Scheduled Thursday i Special to Tho Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, Jan. 11.-The new South Huntingdon High School Building near RufTsdalc, which has been occupied since Monday, January 3, will be dedicated at 8'30 o'clock Thursday night. ' Dr. Lester K. Ade, superintendent of public instruction, will deliver the dedicatory address on the subject, "Modern Facilities lor the Secondary School " This address will be followed by one by Dr. Charles F. Maxwell, superintendent of Westmoreland county schools. Members oj the school board and C. C. Compton, architect, will also make remarks. The invocation will be given by Rev. C. W. Maus, pastor of the Sewickley Presbyterian Church; the benediction will be given by Rev. Ira A. Foulk, pastor of the Mendon Baptist Church. Music will be furnished by the high school orchestra and the glee club under the direction of Miss Greene. In addition, the girls* octet will sing accompanied by Annabclle Pittavim, Helen Fyderik will play a violin solo with Eugenia Vandcr- scott as hci accompanist The modcrnly equipped building will be open for public inspection this evening All are cordially n- vited to visit the building at that time, as well as to attend the dedicatory ceremonies A two channel public address system, which operates entirely by radio, is installed. It has proven quite convenient in that communication c.m be made with any one room, gtoup, or all of the rooms. The automatic cl.isi-cliangf be]] istem operates through the public address system. It has been icquestcd that iincs both the inspection night and the dfdication are foi the benefit of adult?, school children, attend only it they aie accompanied by their parents Farmer Uses Only Oxen. MELBOURNE, Ark.. Jan. 11.-- Thorn.u "Undo Tom" Hodge, TG, is late about disc.uding pioneer ways. This year he hauled three bales of cotton to tlie gin from his farm near here by m..m.s of oxen. He cultivated 24 aeies of cotton, corn, sorghum and truck crops, using oxen. He never has, used anything but oxen on his farm.

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