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.'.PAGKTBN.: THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILUS, PA. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12, 193S. Cbuner CLassified Advertisements ·1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9c cash; lOc charge:: I For Quick Results -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES-' Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. ·--| Ads to Be Run 3 Times: ra ^ Per line, 7c cash; Sc charge. TM Ads to be Run G Times or More: Per line, Gc cash: 7o charge. These.Rotes Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. ; There "are five (5) average words to each; line. "GSirds of.THanfcs-/-:50c Flat Rate. Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker Special--Your Ad Inserted"?" Times for the Price of Slxl--Special ': :~ £": :;'·'. No Ad. Is Taken For Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements -Card of'Thanks - MATIBA--We take Ibis means oC thank--. ing our many fricncls'nnd neighbors for *~ the. klndncxjT-and.:'sympaUiy extended - 'us during_pur~re£Crt-sad bereavement. - . .the. deatli-of-" our" dear'.'. mother, Mrs. : I Mary_"Mattta'.; .'j;sBeClally.^do_v.'e wish - - to--thank the pallbearers, those - who "'. SSCSSiSS:those'Iviho sb'.kindly fur" iJJFWfl'Canmnil all'who assisted us In '·' uny-wr'ay. ; Mlss- Helen" Matlba,· Mr. - ' August -JUatlba- and".7Mrs... JVwojilw, Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 YOU CAN'T ". Flowers" and: Mourning Goods «·, '-AT REASONABLE PRICES! ' P. B. D'eMUTH SONS ' CrVttJ-E--SO.. ·'_ -SCOJTDALE--834 · -Fuhcrdl- Directors"' .- .. -SIBEU FUNERAL HOM- Tho Last Word In Funeral Service." CALU- CONNELLSVILLE- 150. Personals WANTED -- Names, men under 26 who aro -- willing to work for $75.00 ^a month -- while VrairiinB" -fbv Become .aviators" or ' ' ' - - v . ZSround 'mechanics.' ::Onc yi'ar3£ttrlr.inK I -- ylycn by. U. s^ Air Corps. CoMs-nbso- "lutcly"' nothing'."" Flying" 'InlelHscncc ; Service.' Box CO WRONG ' - . ..... IN BUYING ONE OF THESE ."". EXCELLENT ·_·· USED CAKSt ' THE FOLLOWING CARS WILL BE SOLD, AT THE P-R-I-C-E-S MENTIONED ' - AS ISII1 1933 Ford 4-cylindcr 2-door Sedan,- a clean- buy at . ... ............ - .......... -- .......... $275 1030 Ford. 2-door Sedan for. ................... 9 99 1929 Ford 2-door Sedan in good condition .....:.'.:,, ........ ........ _'..... ....... . ......... $ os 1931 Plymouth 4-door Sedan ...... ......... J95 | 1931 Chevrolet 2-door Scdtin ......... .. ...... $75 : 1930 Ford Deluxe 4-door Sedan. '. (4-cylindcr) ..... .... ...................................... $79 j 1930 Ford ^-cylinder) Coupe In "A- No. 1" condition, priced to sell at ........... S9S - The Abovo MenUonccl Cars Can ",;. . ...... Be Bought Through ,,. . . '_ . - _ p Our .Easy Payment Plan I · lP34"-Vord i~ -ton Pickup, 'at A . Bargain. Automotive Autos, Accessories, Tires, Parts 13 ALL.CAR CHAINS : V. OFF! ALL CAR HEATERS 'A OFF! STORAGE BATTERIES (F.XCH.) $3.39 MOTOR .OIL. 2 GALLONS 70c ALCOHOL. PER GALLON 59c BRAKE LINING. FT IBc-UP LINED BRAKE SHOES - 22c TURN SIGNALS _ ?7.95 AMBKR LENS -..._ Tc MARKER LIGHTS .... ... .... _ 18c REFLEX REFLECTORS 49c LOWEST PRICES--INSPECTION NEEDS! GOLDB TIRE RADIO COMPANY. 120 EAST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 10. Business Service Business Service Offered 18 SI OILS--And^makes minor adjustments on any f«v/lng machine in your home. Parts-extra. Phone' BOO. Troutmim'i. C _ C !SE~E~'.OUR DISPLAY-- ;.MEN!~ Gct..v]Ror at oncc!;."W:w ;Gstrex j - Tonic-Tablets contain- raw oyster -In- :' vlgoratcri'-and. othoEIsUra-ulan'Ls..' 'One !'. . dofC ·pepS.7Up'"ox£arps, .- RU^lds, ; blood. , - Regular price ?!.- Special price 3Sc. : C»U. write UnioiCDf UB' Co".' ::?- ; Of 1939. 1930 and 1937 Models ot fords. ·_ Chevrolet*-.- Dt-clges. f Oldsinobllcs. " Bulcks' and- otlii-rs. Everyone' thor-'. " oushly Inspected, and .Tcady for the; road,- Sec them today!_ ^ - ' . ..HEHB.TjipY: AREl" --"Automotive ~ : Automobiles for 'Sale · '-' -11 -O.-K." USED CARS NOW ON DISPLAY . . ON OUR USED CAR LOT .' · · WEST CRAWFORD AVE. NEXT TO WERTHEHIER-MEN'S STORE; AND ALSO I INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT | 127 WEST APPLE STREET. MASON MOTOR COMPANY.., ! ' '" Open Evenings'-'illf V b'cloclc. Open Sundays 'till 6 o'clock. PHONE 105. A WONDERFUL USED CAR BUY I 1937 Chrysler Deluxe Royal Coupe, driven · only 9.000 miles, for only .... .' 5625 TURNER AUTOMOBILE COMPANY- W. Craw-ford Avc. at 9th St. Pnone 377. LATE MODEL USED CARS! HETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO. SCOTTDALE. PENNA. PHONE 407. GOOD WHJ. USED CARS. BENNETT. MOTOR.SALES. 258 B. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234 FINE LATE MODEL USED CARS E. E. VAN SCOY. INC. 559 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243. 2 T -1037 Ford V-8 Dcmonbtrators. Your Choice ot: '. ' Deluxe. Club Cabriolet ' or Deluxe 4-door Touring Sedan.- Both Are fully Equipped. Have !Lov/ Mllrase and Sollinc Wllh A New Car Guarantccl And At ^Greatly Reduced Prices!" BE SURE THAT YOU SEE OUR WONDERFUL, DISPLAY -- ' OF ' . THE NEW "1933" ' " MODLES OF FORDS AND LINCOLN ZEPIIYIl CARS. V · ". .' The World's Best Terms! Very Good Trades And Demonstrations) WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED FORD and LINCOLN DEALERS WEST CRAWFORD AVE. . HONE. (07. Open Evcnlngsl Open Sundays! UPHOLSTERING. AWNINGS -- FURNITURE REPAIRING. QUALITY WORK. Call FISHER. Phono 0045. Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ' ALL, KIND EXCEPT LIFE. FAYETTE REALTY CO. . PHONE 1375. v T. D. GARDNER. MGR. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE--All kinds. ..See me for rates. James R. .Laughlln, Insurance. 309 Ftrst Natlonm Bank Building. Phono 520 V . . Laundering 24 Merchandise Farm and Dairy Products 55 APPLES--Sprayed and hand picked. 50c per bushel. Somerset potatoes. $1.25 per bag. Wo deliver. 413 E. Washington Avc. Phone 8C3-R, · MR. FARMER I HERE'S MONEY IN YOUR POCKBTI Why not run ft small Inexpensive Classified Ad In our Classified Section which will find a market for your farm products, your Hvo stock, your farm implements, and household goods? You will find many people who want · to buy the many things you have for saJcl The Dally Courier has a large rural circulation which makes It the popular choice among the farmers and assures you that your message will reach Uio people who aro In the market for your products. You Will Find: Our rates In the above Classified heading. All Classified Ads are payable In Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers IF YOU HAVE A STOKER--Try a load ol our specially perparcd stoker coal. Consolidated Coal * Supply Company. Phone 1700. CUSTOM COAL--!0c. I2c and 13c delivered. George W. Kern. Connellsvillc. Phone 4121-R-ll. LADY DESIRES -- Gentlemen's hand laundry to uo. Address Box' 55. care Courier. i v BEST QUALITY-- 9 ft. coking cool, moderately priced. Immediate delivery. Gerald Schomcr. Phone 1991. Moving, Trucking, Storage 25 DULL'S TRANSFER Sc STORAGE. Local and long distance moving. Every oud Insured. Modern storage for household goods. We do crating for thlpmcnt by rail. Phone 50. 122 East Peach street. REMEMBER, our special offer. Wo will run your ad seven times for the price of six. WHEN YOU SHOP through the Classified Section you buy from choice not from persuasion. USE Classified Ads for results! REMEMBER, The more you say, the quicker It pays. PATRONIZE.those who advertise! TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE, ".Today's Uncharted puzzle starts'with No. "I, across,: a four-letter ";word. Number 1, down,.a five-letter word-r^Fill in squares at the .....-- end of-each--wprd^and.check with tomorrows solution. .-' ACROSS----"--". 1--"Xuthmr of 21--PcbyisV ",~: Essays of mood V .. ' ... Ella- ' . 6r-FiJth prcsl- ·: dent of the - United ' · ' · · - -States 11--Around, In situation 13--Thin, broad, 31--Narrow flat piece of inlet (gcol.) timber 14--Author of ·'· "-'.'"Enoch ". ·' Arden" ". 16--Twice " ;··.'. (prefix) · 17--Famous , · Confederate " · · general IS--Milk "" " (pharm.) 19--Exclamation of delight DOWN 1--A catch' tor flule-llk« . a-door - wind tnstru- ·t--Diminutive - rhwit of Abraham" 7--Not (prefix) 3--A member : 8--Sun god of a monas- S^-Invcats with .tic order-..'-- ministerial 4--Thciail of functions "~" a ra'obit 10--Law' · 6--A wooden. 12--Tenth pr«s-' 22--Delay.: 23--Costly 25--Signal 26--So be it 27--Likely " : --' 28--Therefor* 30--Gain 33--The letter R 3*--Plot together 37--Revive " 39--A person with an'ar- rcsted · · mental development 40--Dullest 41--Small artificial elevation used in golf Ident-of the 26--Allot · · -United '·"· 27--16th letter Statc'jj " - of the" He- 15--A clique . brew alpha- 18--Loiter . .bet . . 20--4nc who 29--Unlocks admires · .31--Brawls another - 3 2 -- D e e p m u d - 21-^3od of hills 34--Letter C - "' and woods 35--A cooWng 22--Humor utensil 24--Even (po- 36--Spawn^f ctic form) flsh 25--An Involun- 38--Symbol for · tary, con- nickel 1 vulsivc contraction of muscles AsHcr to previous puzzle R E O O H Z E A (5- Printing, Engraving, Binding 27 E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUR PRINTING WORK! Letter Heads!--Bill Heads! For Rent Cards!--For Sale Cardsl Calling Cards!--Hand Bills!--Btndlngl No Trespassing Signs For Salol AH Work Guarantcedl At Reasonable Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE C5. COURIER BLDG. OR PHONE RESIDENCE. 01. Professional Services 28 CORRECT FITTING TRUSSES-- ElaKlc Hosiery and other surgical appliances. A. A. Clarke. PH. O. Druggist. S23 North Ptttsburg street. Itione 194. E. F. FITZGERALD. O. D. D. O. S. OPTOMETR1C EYE SPECIALIST. WOOLWOHTH BLDG. PHONE 125-J Employment COAL--Good blnck lumpy run of -mine lOc bushel delivered. Cash. Kobatla Bros. Phone 2037. GENUINE WASHINGTON RUN COAL-Wm. Dull Ji Son. Phono C'vllle. 107: Scottdalc. 502: Dawson. 4037. COAL--9-ft. run of mine and screened. Prices rcasonnhlc. Prompt delivery. Call 554. Hint. COAL--Black 9-ft, coking coal. ll'.4c bushel, delivered. Call 1333-R. Houscbold Goods STORE WIDE REDUCTIONS! ON ALL FURNITURE. RUGS AND STOVES. COME I N I SEE I AND SAVE! LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES. MF.RVIS FURNITURK COMPANY. NORTH P1TTSBURG ST. PHONE 2020. YOUIt CREDIT IS GOOD HERE! FOR SALE! ALL KINDS OF--Used furniture Including coal, gas and combination ranges and heaters Also some good pianos at bargain prices. DULL'S STORAGE. 122 EAST PEACH ST. PHONE 50. FOR SALE--Household furniture. Inquire 420 East Crawford Avenue. Phone ltm-J. FOtt SALE--Gas range. The first S5.00 takes II, 621 Snyder street. Jewelry, Watches. Diamonds 60 Help Wanted--Female WANTED--Middle at;ed lady as housekeeper. One child in family. Inquire after 4:30 P. M. HOB So. Arch St. 32 I FOR SALE -- Mjm'K wrist -watch, new. Reasonable price. Phone 2M between Financial Need Money 40-B GET AHEAD IN 1933! PAY OFF ALL--Your bills with a PERSONAL LOAN! Have only one pine* lo pay instead of many! You need .only ONE thing hero:--the ability to repay small, regular f,ums on any loan Plan selected. LOA.VS up to WX. Come In. PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY. Over McCrory Store. Phono 34. WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE. Instruction Instruction Classes 43 FRANKLIN COMMERCIAL COLLEGE-- JVnnbyHvnln'.'i Finest Huslness School. . Day and NlKht 'Clii f .se!^$54.SO New Typewriter given with each Scholarship during January. Extra.--A new course lit Fine Commercial Art, Drnw- Ing, pen and ink, charcoal, oil, water color. Landscape--Portrait. Teacher .studied with Mmr Du Bel of Pntls, Corcoriin Art Gallery, Washington, D. C. Successor to ll- W. Wcgncr .of ritUi- burjlli. ,' Send for our new Catalog-- Connellsvlllc. P.i. Phone 21S. Livestock Horses, Cattle, Other Slock 48 FOR SALE--1 pair colts, six n.ontht, old. from mated team of sorrel mares;. Weight 1.700 Ibs. each. Harry Koosc.-. Scottdalc. Phone 4112-11-0. Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 MATS FOR SALE--Courier m.-.ts at Ic per" each. Can "be used for lining your garage, chicken coop or out buildings of any kind. Inquire at Courier Office. FOR SALE--Usud electric and treadle sewing machines, with guarantee. Terms. Singer SewlnK Machine Co. 117 S. PltlsbtirK St. ISulldings. liullding Materials 53 WK CARRY--All sizes of sewer pipes and Ulliiills. .Call Him. Consolidated Coal Supply Company. 6:30 and 7 P. M. Wanted--To Buy CO WANTED TO BUY--3.000 board feet of seasoned or partly seasoned chestnut lumber. Write what you have. O. Itlchtcr. Route 2. Box 384. ConnellsvlHe. Pa. TWO L. C. SMITH TYPEWRITERS--At reasonable price. Write Box 23. care Courier, stating condition of machine, price, r id style number. WANTED TO BUY--Good second hand sewing machine. Must be reasonable. Write liox X. care Courier. CASH li WHAT WE PAY- BRING IN ALL YOUR LARGE CLEAN WHITE RAGS TO THE DAILY COURIER OFFICE, TO- DAY AND WE WILL PAY YOU "5c" PER POUND. WHY NOT LOOK AROUND AND MAKE YOURSELF . KO.MF. SPENDING MONEY??? Rooms and Board Kooms tor Housekeeping 69 FOR RENT--Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 223 South street Phon,: 1463-R. FOR HEN i'--Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping, 422 South Plttsburg street. FOR RENT--Two furnished rooms foi light housekeeping. 1219 Vine street. FOR RENT--Two furnished light house kctplng rooms. 124 South Sixth street Wanted--Rooms or Board WANTED TO RENT--Three c-r four un- furnKheil rooms. Write Box 88, cart. Courier. YOUR MONEY REFUNDED It you get the desired results before your" ad expires. Why not advertise that extra dresser? YO'f DO.VT see what you wr.nt In section, advertise 13 for an ad-takcr. this section, advertise for It. Phone. 12 lor '- ' CLASSIFIED purchasers are not KretU'd becaues they arc only made when the buyer needs to bu" and the seller needs to sell. A CLASSIFIED AD can find the righ kind of a job for Uic right kind of man or yoman. CLASSIFIED ADS arc mciscnccrs ot thrUt. CHAPTER 16 I WENT to work In earnest iifter my lawyer wrote of Inadequate finances. 1 bent over my desk tor houra. I lett the housework, largely, to Mimi and to Timothy Hayes. Timothy had entered upon the domestic scene oa a substitute for Sally; He had helped his mother, ho could help Mlml. He would havo adored doing it for nothing. But I insisted on a jragc. He was not an expert, but he was industrious. Ho could wield a broom and wash dishes, and save Miml a thousand steps. It was at this time that Jason, the collie, and young Timothy began to be Mind's constant companions. 1 could sec them from my window as I wrote, making their way to the lower level-Jason keeping well ahead with his steady trot--Timothy, his face upturned to Mimi. She told them stories. That was the great bond between them--Orson, tno Little Gray Mouse, Good Little Henry. They would come back up the hill with frcgh cggo In a basket, with vegetables from the garden, or with fruit from the orchards. Mimi was taking her housekeeping seriously, there were things to be canned, things to be preserved, and things to be pickled. Mrs. Hayes Initiated her into al! of the mysteries. After one day's orgy of preserving. Miml dragged me into the kitchen. "Look. Jerry, aren't they wonderful?" She displayed row upon rov of jars and glasses-amber and ruby and deep amethyst vhcrc the sun shone through. She was disheveled but triumphant. She was tied up In a huge gingham apron, and there was a burn on her arm. 1 tried to bo enthusiastic about her achievements, but 1 hated to see her in the aspect of a kitchen maid. I wished that she might look always as she did at the end of the day. She managed then to have Timothy or me put the finishing touches to the dinner while she had a quick bath, and slipped on ono of her charming gowns. She would come to the table fresh and fragrant, her hair carefully coifTcd. tranalcrmcd as It were In a moment from the kitchen slavey to the chatelaine of the castle. No matter how tired she was. our dinners had always this effect of formality. She even taught Timothy tcvservc, so that he coulO change plates and pass the bread and vegetables. Ills ecstasy was complete. Hc was, I am sure. In Imagination, cupbearer to a princess--a princess who woro gowns which revealed the loveliness of her white neck, and who was as fragrant as a rose, He liked her best that way--as a princess. And I liked her best-as a princess. Well, who can blame a man for that? Xet, If I had thought of It then, as I think of it now, I would have remembered that my father's lovo for my mother had been stable and steady In splto of her plain hair, her prinl go%vns. her lack of elegance. Things jogged along with some effect of harmony and happiness through September and Into October. I htid finished a story and had sent It off. Miml had organ- ised, of all things, a dancing class for the tribe of small Hayeses They had their lessons out 01 doors, and she had contrived costumes of home-dyed cottons and 01 autumn leaves. Timothy was a faun, and the bacchante of smal Susie Hayes was an amazing achievement. Her purple and rus ret draperies, the wreath of vines "Do yon really fc«I that they arc dreadful rites?" lie bunch of grapes held high rought a fleeting memory of Theresa's grace and beauty. "Isn't she adorable?" Mlml asked, with her eyes on Susie. 'She Is so utterly In earnest and so oblivious of her freckles " 'You've worked a miracle, Miml." "Well, It's Interesting--. Doing things like this, Jerry. And they are such dears. Look at Timothy--! Isn't he the spirit of youth? I am teaching him to be Ight on his feet, and fleet. He ·simply adores that word--'fleet'. Ho makes me say it over and over." It was after dinner, and we were sitting on the porch. The children danced In an open space among the aspens. The golden leaves were falling, blown about by an autumn wind--. The music was provided by Timothy, for whom I had made a pipe of reeds --its thin notes seemed a part of the magic of the twilight--the pur- plo shadows--the faint stars- In the half-light, the children s e e m e d transformed--Timothy, slender and beautiful, fluttered his fingers above his rustic instrument --the weird notes came like the call of Pan. anyone had told me, when Mimi and I watched the dancing children, tliat 24 houra later we would face chaos, I would have laughed at them. I was In a mood of quiet content. I had finished my story and felt it was good. Miml's hand was In mine--God was in His heaven--! I had planned to spend the next day up on the mountain. There was wood to be cut, 'and I was to toko two of my men with me to decide on the trees which must be sacrificed. Mlml decided to stay at home, "There are tomatoes spoiling on the vines," she told me, "and Mrs Hayes Is going to show me how to make catsup and chill." "Must you do it today?" -Why not? While you are gone? We'll get through early, and I'll rest, and be all ready for you. And you won't see me per- 'ormlng the dreadful rites." I put my finger under her chin. ·Do you really feel that they ar» dreadful rites?" 'No, I rather like It all, Jerry. I feel so--useful--" she made » Ittle face at me--. "Perhaps, underneath, I'm just French housewife. Who knows ? But you don't like me tied up In gingham aprons." "I like you In anything," I protested violently. 'Not so much when I'm not jroomcd and gorgeous. That's the man In you. Jerry. You men say you want us domestic and housewifely, but you don't know yourselves. The women that you really fall for aro the Circes and Lorelels." I hotly denied It. I racked my mind for literary examples of domestic bliss. There was Ruth Pinch and her beefsteak pudding, and Bella Wilfcr and her cookery book. 'But It wasn't Bella and her cookery book John Harmon fell in love with," Mimi reminded me, "it was Bella and her curls." She had me there. I murmured that someone had done an omelette --kidney omelette--In one o£ Arnold Bennett's novels, and that the picture was unforgettable. :· "But she was a Circe at heart, and did It to enslave him. She . wasn't Just housewifely and happy." With all her air of taking the argument easily, I felt a strain of earnestness in what she said. I wondered, as \ rode along, If I had made her feel that I valued her for her loveliness rather than for. the finer and deeper tilings which- might develop through sacrifice.! My father's words came back to, me, "When you hold the soul of a, woman in your hand. Jerry." (To Bo Continued) Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats THREE ROOM--Furnished apartment, nil conveniences. 1 larKc room, suitable for one or two people. 510 N. Pittsburg street. Phone 2097-J. SMALL UNFURNISHED APARTMENT-Suitable (or I or 2 persons. Heat, water furnished. Inq. 502 S. PillsburR St. THREE ROOM APARTMENT--IDS South Sixth St. Inquire Smutz Hardware Store. 717 Crawford Avc., West Side. FOR RivNT--Two room unfurnished front npartment. Heat, IlRht, gas furnished. 133 W. Crawford Avc. Houses for Ucnt 77 FOR KENT--Nine room brick, ncnr nob- bins; live rooms. East Apple; six rooms near Trader. Peter R. Wcimcr. Wclrr.cr Arcade. Real Estate for Sale Brokers In Kcal Estate PKOP£rtT.'£S FOR SALE OK RENT! T. C. PHAMN SO. CON NELLS VILLE. PA. PHONE 075. Business Property (or Sale 82 FOU SALE--Storeroom on South PHt.i- burtf Street, formerly occupied by Robinson's Drt-R Store. Inquire. Hobcrt Norrls. Phone. 505. Farms and Land for Sale S3 9 ACRE FARM--Bullskln Township, fiood house, modern conveniences, fiooa outbuildings. Write A. W. Fowler. 211. E. Cherry street. New Castle. Pa. 8-1 Houses for Sale EXCEPTIONAL BUYSt WILLS ROAD--Two fine homes, modern In every respect; Green street extension, five room bungalow, hot water heat, $2,650; on Narrows, seven room, modern, K-Tapc. ono ncre . of ground, 52,500, PETER R. WEIMEIl WEIMER ARCADE. Real Estate for Sole Houses for Solo HERE IS TJffi HOME YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FORl CROSSLAND ROAD-Just onc-hnU mile Jrom the City Limits, Ten room house including three acres of 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. Wm. P. McNUI.TV. EAGLES BUILDING. · PHONE 1760. A REAX, BVYI BLACKSTONE ROAD. 716-718 WEST SIDE-- Twelve room* double house with bath and heater, all modern. Thla property must be sold al once to settle estate. Immediate possession. Price reduced to $1.500. PAUL WAGONER 1003 W, CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE. 148. FOR SALK--Eight room house with two lots on Highway at Moycr. $1,200. Robert NorrJs. Phone 505. Wanted--Real Estate 89 WANTED TO BUY--2 acres ground, suitable for cultivation and building site, on improved road. Phone Ccu- ncllsvlUc 1361-J. FOR SALE--Frame building. 18x3fl feet. : Corner South Pittshurt: Street and j Woodtawn Avenue. Con t»e mnde into ( u tlu\'o room house. $1.500. Imuiirt.', · Hobeit Noiris. Phone. 505. j FOR SALE--Nic* six room house with | sun parlor, heat, all conveniences. ] Nicely finished and in Rood condition.; Wi-bt Side, 53,300. Robert Moms. . Phone 503. ' ; t'OIl SALK--J-/our room Jioijsc, Dunb.ir. ' 1-thrce room hou^c, Morrcll. Victor j I Bar i tell. Dunbar. LOCAL BOXER WINS VERDICT IN PITTSBURGH Connellsville Recreation Center boxers split even in Monday night's diamond belt bouts at Duquesne Garden, Pittsburgh. Fighting in the 2:'.nd bout of the night in the novice 120-pound class Dom Dc'Busso of the local club lost to Billy Sharps of the Fields A. C. of \Veirton. \V. Va. The bout was .s'topped at the end of the first round ;md the decision nwni'di-d to the West Virginian on a technical knockout. Sharps is one of the classiest 12G pounders in the tournament and a afvorite to win in the finals. He was entirely too experienced for the local entry. - · In tiur 2:'.i'd bout of the show Ray RufTo ol (he local Recreation Center, also fighting in the 126-pound class, WESTERN UNION MANAGER DIES AT MEYERSDALE MEYERSDALE, Jan. 12.--Ausus- ' tus F. Darrnh, 51, manager of the Western Union Telegraph Company here, died Monday in Memorial Hospital -it Cumberland, Md., where he had been taken January 4. Ho served in the telegraph dcpart- mijnt of the Baltimore Ohio Railroad until he was named manager . of the local offices. He was a son of. the late John Darrah and Malinda (Garlitz) Darrah oud was a native o£ Meyersdale. Surviving arc his widow, Mrs. Martha (Brooks) Darrah, his mother and the following children: Frances, Rita, James, Mercedes, Charles and Msry Elizabeth, and a granddaughter, Josephine Darrah, all at 'home. Four sisters and three brothers also survive. They are Mrs. Gertrude Winters of Smi Pedro, Cal., Mrs. Rose Smith of Berkeley, Cal., Mrs. Edward Smiley of New York City, Mrs. Don Lobb of Cleveland, Ohio, and Robert, William and John, all of Meyersdolc. ' Tlie funeral mass will b.} held Thursday morning at S o'clock at SS. Philip and James Catholic Church. Rev. Howard T. Miller will officiate. Interment will be in the, church cemetery. War on Chronic Loafers. ' UNIONXOWN, Jan. 12.--Magistrate Robert V. Wright, presiding in mayor's court, cracked down on "chronic loafers." In passing sentence on one save him three days in jail and ordered him to leave town to be subject to a workhouse term. took a one-sided three-round decision from Donald Dryburgh, an, unattached boxed from Pittsburgh. RulTo completely dominated the bout, having his opponent on the canvas in every round. RufTo will return to Duquesne j Garden tonight, Wednesday, to fight in thu second round of the eliminations. The boxers were handled by Billy Carter and Teddy Mancuso. SPEND HALF as much for twice »» much by shoppinc Uirouch the Classified Ads. KCONCMY OF TIME, money and effort results Irom Classified readme.

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