The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 13, 1938 · Page 10
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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. PAGE TEN. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNKLLSVIIjt/E, PA. THURSDAY, JANUA.KY 13, 1'JSS. " Courier Classified Advertisements For Quick Results -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Speciaf Yearly Rates Upon Request. 1 and 2 Times: r=i Ads to'Bo Run 3 Times: , Per lino, 9c cash; lOc cjiargc ^ Per line, 7c cash; So charge. These Rates Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. ^ -_ - ' . There are five (5) average words to each line. .":3Cards of Thanks," 50c Flat Rate. Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Take ^-Special--Your Ad Inserted "7" Times for the Price of Six!--Special ~~--~"- , No Ad. Is Taken For Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, Gc cash; 7c charge. Temp/e Bai/ey COTYRICirTi REIEASEP BY CEHTRAI rtiFJg ASSOCIATION Automobiles ;fcr Sulc VOtl CANT GO WRONG -- ~ IN BUYING -~ · ONE OF THESE EXCELLENT r---Announcements- ! Card ol Thanks Z -STONEK--We ^i*h lo~takc thlfc means .* of expr?si4n«~ our sincere appreciation and thanks to our many kind neighbors, · triend»-.and roJatives for thcJr .many " acts oCJtmdntiCand sympathy cx^ tended us during our recent bcrcavc- . mcnt. thc~"Jllricij. nnefdcalh of our dcnr ~ mother.* stiinarftotltcrrand \\lfc. Mrs. ' \V. D. Stoner. · E^pecinUy do we do^lro. · to thank the" mlnUter. Rev. Charic^ ; worth, pastor o! tlieJMelhodW Church ' " of- P«w*on _Jhe pallbearers, those who I hcnt the. bcjuUturUlo'uerb. thObC V.HO "!";· ;~So Wndly donated the OTC ot thclr^cars-i ~ -and alt tho-^ -v-no-asiislccj -us in_any.iJU """·waI Father and'children. t -- .'. ~\ -- -- · '__ .-- -. 1. !933~Ford .(-cylinder 2-door Sedan. M --Flowers «nd Mourning GobM "4 f7 Ue.-m buy at .', .5275 [ 1530 Ford S-door Sedan lor $ 1)9 Automotive USED CARS1 TOE FOLLOWING CARS WILL BE SOLD ". AT THE -P-U-I-C-K-S MENTIONED AS ISM! BASKETS SPflAYS.r~' "AT REASONABLE PRICT.SI - - P R . DcMUTH SONS C'VILLE--S3 SCOTXDALE--SM Funeral Directors -SIBEL FUNERAL 11OME- *"The Last Word In Funeral Service." CALL. CONNELLSVILLE 150. Automotive Autos, Accessories, Tires, Tarts 13 ALT. CAR CHAINS % OFF! ALL CAR HEATERS li OKF1 STORAGE BATTERIES IEXCII ) 5320 MOTOR OIL. 2 GALLONS 1lc ALCOHOL. PEIi GALLON 59c BRAKE LINING, FT. .. . 10C-UP LINED BRAKE SHOES .. .. . 22c TURN SIGNALS .. $7.35 AMBEH LENS 7c MARKER LIGHTS .. ,,. _.. We REFLEX REFLECTORS . 49c LOWEST PRICES-INSPECTION NEKDS1 GOLDB TIRK It RADIO COMPANY. JJ6 EAST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 10 Business Service 18 Business Service Offered 1929 Ford 2-loor Sedan In Rood condition "".. . S ** SI OILS -- And makes minor adjustments 1031 Plvmouth 4-door Sedan . . $03 ' on any sewlnB machine in your home. 1031 Chevrolet 2-door Sedan . . .. 575 Pnrt» extra. Phono BOO. Troutman's. Personals . MEN!--Get vicor at onccl New Ostrcx Tonic Tablets contain raw oyster in- vlgorators and other stimulants. One dose PCPJ* up organs, glands, brood Regular*" price 51. Special '.price S9c. "Automotive : -' : -Autoroobll?s tor Sale 11 "O.-K-- USED "CARS -- NOW-ON DISPLAY - -- .ION"OUR' USED CAK LOT WEST" CRAWFORD AVE. NEXT TO WERTIlEIMEll MEN'S STORE. AND ALSO INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT J27 WEST APPLE STREET. MASON MOTOR COMPANY. Open Evenings 'till 9 o'clock. Open Sundays 'till 6 o'clock. PHONE 103. A WONDERFUL USED" CAR BUY! 1937 Chos'cr De-luxe Royal Coupe, driven only 9.003 miles, for only $025 TURNER AUTOMOBILE COMPANY \v. Crawford A\c. at 9th St. Phone 377. 1930 Ford (4-cyllnder) Coupe in "A- No. 1" condition, priced to bc\l at 599 .Tho \bovc Mentioned Cars "Can ' Be Bought Throunh Ou.- Easy Payment Plan! 1934 Ford k-lon Pickup, at A Bargain. SEE OUR DISPLAY-' Of 1935. 1330 and 1037 Models of Fords Chevrolets, - Dodges, Oldsmobllcs, !'. Buick*»and others Everyone thor- i oucnly "Inspected and ready for the | road Sec them todai! HERE THEY ARE' ~_ JUST TWO LEFT1 .--. .2--192Z.' Ford V-B Demonstrators. - - -- Your Choice of: "Dclux'c Club Cabriolet ^* or Deluxe 4-door Touring Scdun. Both Arc Fully Equipped Have Low MIIeaKo and SelllnR With A New Car Guarantee! And At Greatly Reduced Prices! DE SURE THAT YOU SEE OUR WONDERFUL DISPLAY OF THE NEW "1C3B" MODLES OX · FORDS AND LINCOLN ZEPHYR CARS The World'* Best Terms! Very Good Trades And Demonstrations! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED . FORE' and LINCOLN DEALERS IVEST CRAWFORD AVE. . HONE, 407. UPHOLSTERING. AWNINGS -TURE REPAIRING QUALITY WORK. Call FISHER. Phone 0045. Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KIND EXCEPT LIFE. FAYETTK REALTY CO. PHONE 1375. T. D. GARDNER. HGR. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE--All kinds. Sec me for rates. Jamei R. LaUKhlin. Insurance. 309 First National Bank Building. Phone 320. 2-1 Merchandise Farm and Dairy Products 51 APPLES--Sprayed and hand picked. 50c per bushel Somerset potatoes, 5123 per bac. We deliver. 413 E. Washington Avc. Phone R05-R. MR FARMER HERE'S MONEY IN YOUR POCKET! Why not rui. n small Inexpensive ClnsslOcd Ad In our Classified Section uhlch will find a market for your farm products, your live stock, your farm implements. ind household goods? You will tlnd many people who want to buy the many things you have for sale! The Daily Courier has a larKc rural circulation which makes It the popular choice amonn the fanners and assures you that your messace will rc.ich tho people who nre In the market for your products You Will Find: Our ratcj In the above Classltlcd heading. All Classified Ads are pa} able In advance! Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 50 COAL-B-lt. Conncllbville coking, lump and run of mine Pittsburgh Champion nut coal and large lump Coke, all M7CS-. Stone Work. Phone 1700. Laundering CUSTOM CCAL--10c. K-. and I3c delivered. George W. Kern, Conncllsvlnc 4I21-IJ-H. LADY DESIRES -- Gentlemen's hand laundry to do. Address Box 55. care Courier. QUALITY--0 ft. cokins coal, moderjlrly priced Immediate delivery Gerald Schemer. Phone 1931. iVIovln:, T-ucklnp. Storarc 25 DULL'S TRANSFER STORAGE. Local and lone distance moving Every COAL--Good black lumpy run of mine lOc bushel delivered. Cash. Koballa Bros. Phone 5037 GENUINE WASHINGTON RUN COAL-- Wnj Dull i Son. Phone C'vllle. 107: Sccttdalc. 902: Dawson. 4037. load Insured Modern storage for house hold goods We do crating for shipment by rail Phone 50. 122 Eait Peach ttrcct. COAL--9-ft. run of mine and screened Printing, En^ravinc, Binding 27 LATE MODEL USED CARS! HETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO. SCOTTDALF. PI:NNA PHONE 407 Open Evenings! Open Sundays! GOOD WILL USED CAn.3. BKNN'ETT MOTOR SALES. ISi E CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234 . FINE LATE MODEL USED CARS E E VAN SCOY. DJC. 259 E CRAWFORD AVE. " PHONE 243 CLASSIFIED purchasers arc not re- Crettcd bccaucs they are only made YOUR MONEY REFUNDED If you get the desired results before your ad expires. Why not advertise that cxtr* dresser! IF YOU DONT sec what you want In this section, advertise for It. Phone. 12 or 13 for an ad-taker. E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUR PRINTING WORK I Letter HeadM-- Bill Hi-adsl For Rent Cards!--For Sale Cardsl Calling Cardsl--Iland Bills!-- lilndtnel No Trcspa«lng SIKnt For Salol .111 Work Guaranteed! At Reasonable Hatcsl COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE OS COURIER OLDG OK PHONE RESIDENCK. 01. Professional Services CORRECT FITTING TRUSSES--Elnitlc Hosiery and other surgical appliance* A. A. Clarke. Pit. C. Druggist 313 North PItuburc street. Phon« 104. REMEMBER our -ipeoja! offer. We buyer Deeds to buw and tho seller i will run your ad seven times for the price [ DR GEO E DUIX needs to sell of six. TREATMENT OF ALL FOOT AILMENTS WOOLWOUTH BLDG. PHONE 430-J A CLASSIFIED AD can find the riUn kind of a job for the right kind of man or woman. CLASSIFIED ADS ore messengers of thrift. ECONOMY OP TIME, noncy and effort results from Classified reading. WHEN YOU SHOP throuKh tho ClaK.1- Icd Section you buy from choice not from persuasion Employment SPEND HALF ni much for twice as Help Wanted Female 32 much by shopping through the Classl- fled Ads. I W'ANTKD--Middle need lalv js housekeeper. One child in familv. Inquire Prices reasonable Call 554. Flint. Prompt delivery COAL--Bl.lck 9-tt. cokir.K coal, buhhcl. delivered. Coll 1335-R. ll'ic Household Goods STORK W1DK REDUCTIONS! ON ALL FURNITURE. RUGS AND STOVES COME IN- SHE! AND SAVE LARCK TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES. MKHVIS FURNITURE COMPANY N O R I I I PlTTSIiURG ST PHONE 2KS YOUR C11UD1T IS GOOD HERE! FOR SALE1 AI.L KINDS OF--Used furrUure Includ Ing coal, gas nnd combination range* and heater* Also sune L'ood planoi A^ bargain pricev DULL'S STORAGE. 122 1VIST PEACH ST. PHONE 50. Wanted--To Bur TWO L. C. SMITH TYPEWRITERS-- At reasonable price. Wrilc Box 23. car« Courier, staling condition of machine, price, r-*d Ltjle number. USE Classified Ads for results 1 TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 10 30 ·2,0 31 45- 17 38 27 ACROSS - · -the scale "I--Mimic 28--Author ot- ~2i : -Pamper 7--Large body "LcsJUscra._" 24--From (prc- blcs" 30--Mama 32--Sign of the Infinitive mood of water 10--Caution II--Forward «3--Eat away 15--Turn aside through fear S3--Snatch ' 16--Cavern " - away 16-- A building where milk Is kept 39--A warble 35-- Expression of contempt (slang) .IT--Z6th letter nf the Hebrew alpha- 17--^ 43--Scattered : _ «0-;Show!ly Imitative - -of art . ""21--."Man's name rubbish '23--Scrcn; 43--At sea - 26--A small 44--Half an em insect 45--Testy ;27--Sash Jap.)_ . -' : DOWN -., I,--Frosted a glossy . · -- 2--FemaJ* -_ - - surface -~ horse - S^-Before ·· - ~*^A metal golf 6--Cunning . ' club " 12--A network-4--Spread 14--Organ. o£ ~ grass to dry hearing 6--Toward IS--Fat ; 6--Conclusion- 20--Form-of tn« C.\) 25--Restrict 25--To depart 29--Acquired 31--Branches of 35--Japanese learning - C0 ( n S3--Unless (used40 Quick. In iaw) smart blow 34--Malt bov- 42_Symbol for . erages radium Answer to previous puzzle ---A cotton verb "to tie" rubric with 22r-5ixUi ucia oi m DR. R. fv\ o S T GOOD ALFALFA HAY--Wanlrd, couph- Jo.irf^. ^fcond crop or clover. John Raum. General Dtllvery. Scoltdalc. ndcr 4:30 P. M. 1400 So. Arch St. CASH IS WHAT WE PAY-Financial Need Money 40-B GET AHEAD IN J038I PAY OFF ALI^-Your WlJs with a PEn- SOKAL LOAN! Hnve only one plac* to pay instead of many! You need only ONE tiling here:--the ability to repay small, regular sums on any loan ! plan LOANS up to $300 Come in. PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY Over McCrory Store Phone 34 WEST CKAWFOnD AVENUE. Instruction Instruction Classes 43 FRANKLIN COMMERCIAL COLLEGE^ Pennbj lvan(:i f| i Finest Buslnrsr. School, Day ami XJfiht Classei,--$54 50 New Typewriter jjtten with each Scholarship during January. Extra--A new course In Fine Commercial Art, Draw- Ing, pen charcoal, oil, water I color Landscape--Portrait, Teacher -.tuclied. With ftlmr Du Bet of Paris, Corcoran Art Gallery. V. f r shinfiton. D. C. Sxicecssor to H. W. Wcfincr of Pittb- burch. Send for our nc w Catalog-- ConnclUvlllc, Pa i'Honc 5ta. DHING IN ALL YOUB LARGE CLEAN WHITE RAGS TO T1CE DAILY COURIER OFFICE TO- DAY AND \VE WILL PAY YOU "5c" PER POUND WHY NOT LOOK ABOUND AND MAKE YOURSELt SOMF. SPENDING CHAPTER 47 WHAT DID I know of Mlml's rtoul? i had talked to her for hours of my own aspirations, bjt sho had told me little of hers. Did that prove she had no aspirations? Might there not bo in her aomc quality I had missed, and which might mean more to me than any external charm T It was legitimate, of course, to want to save her from drudgery, but should I try to save her from a share In the great tasks of life? If she was to tx always silken and shining, might sho not lose something of spiritual and moral fiber? Vet. It was I who had wanted to keep her enmeshed In softness. With my dreams keyed now to what 1 would say to her when i (taw her again, I rode on and up, reaching at last the wooded Heights. The great trccJ were cathedral-like. 1 wished Miml were with me. 1 felt that her mood would bo exalted as mine. That our souls would meet and soar In such surroundings. Mlml had promised to prepare a simple dinner. That meant, perhaps, n chicken roasted by Mrs. Hayes, a vegetable or two, which Timothy would cook, there was delicious late corn in the garden: and there would be melons for dessert. I found myself anticipating It all as 1 set my fate, that night, toward home, Mlml rested antj radiant would welcome me. and tho moment would c-*me when I would tell her of the high thought-) J had had of her. But It was not Mlml who wcl corned me, but Timothy. Ho came out of the kitchen door us I dismounted, and said, "I'm frying sane ham for your dinner and do you want your eggs turned?" "Where's Mrs. Chandler?" "Sho ain't well, ant' she's lying down. And she don't want anything to oat." "Not well?"--I was startled. "No. «lr. Sho came Into th kitchen after the gentleman called and told me what to get for you and then ahc went in her room and she ain't been out." "What gentleman, Timothy?" "Well, he came In a big car, Mr. Chandler--while Ma and 1 were carrying the kettles up to our house, and he was just going away when I got back." I did not wait to hear more, 1 strode through the living room, and ope:icd tho door beyond. Mlmi lay on her bed, face downward. One arm, thrown out, clutched the pillow. Her hair was In disorder, and site wore one of the big gingham aprons which Mrs Hayes had loaned her. I thought aho was asleep. But she opened her eyes as 1 came in, and said, "1 don't want any dinner. Jerry " "Miml," I demanded, "what's the matter?" She sat up, and 1 saw then that »he had been crying. "Andy has been here," she salt!. "He found me in the kitchen, cutting up cabbagci, and with things 'boiling over on the stove. He--he thought 1 was the maid, and a«kcd me the way to the Chandler ranch --and I turned around--and he recognized me " I gave a quick exclamation, but nhu did not seem to hear me. "He --stood staring nt me. And then ho said: 'Good God.' and began to laugh, to laugh--" she beat a tight little flat on the pillow, "and --and after a while ho said. 'So this IB why you. 1 wouldn't lot me :omo ' " I "The cad "| f She pushcxi tlw disordered hair back from her |facc with both innds. "Why shouldn't he taugh, erry? Why shouldn't he? I had talked of--high romance, nnd he ound me a drudge, among my lots and pans." "Mlmi!" "Oh, why not speak the troth, Jerry? Bo honest? I've tried not to think it drudgery--but it is. It a--" she ocgan to sob icftly. I was stabbed to the heart. .' tnew her pride. I knew her hurnii- ation. And all I could say was. ·My dcnr. I un sorry." "Being sorry docun't help," she did not look at me. I sat down In a chair, and surveyed her moodily. "1 suppose he'll tell the whole of St. Louis." "No, he won't" TIow do you know?" "I made him promise not to." "Mlml, you didn't ask i favor of "I did. Why not?" "It puts both of ua--In hlo power," I could see my frowning face in Miml's mirror. "I know that, as well as you do, but It couldn't be helped " After ft tense silence, 1 said, ·How did he happen to stay on? I thought he had left this part of the country long ago." "He did go--and he camo back He leaves for France In two weeks--he wanted to say "Goodby* to me. Jerry." Jealousy flamed, "Ho dared?' "Yes." "How long did he stay?" "An hour, perhaps." She got off the bed, and began to brush her hair. Her checks showed white in tho mirror and there were deep circles under her eyes. "What else did he say, Miml?' She turned and faced me, "~ might as well tell you. He--h asked me to go with him, Jerry.' "Mlmi " She nodded, her lips were dry "H--It was dreadful. It was like a nightmare--from which I shal never--wake up." If I had taken her In my arm. then, and comforted her! But was raging. Andy with his money with his Insolence, with his air o a conqueror. ' And you let him stay--ant; make love to you ?" Her hand went up to her "Do you really think that, Jerry?" "He stayed an hour. You shoul" have sent him away at once." I har ly knew what 1 was say Ing. I was mad with tho pain o it all. I could see Andy standing In the kitchen door--graceful, per fcctly groomed, and Mlml In he gingham apron! I was overthrovi-n In that mo ment by tho facts I ha'l neve faced. Mlml was not i fairy prin cess. Our house was not a shin Inr palace. And Andy had foun it out--and he had laughed! I wish I might forget the things Mfmi and I said to each other tha night. We were young, hurt, hu mlliated. and each blamed every thing on the other. Mimi ha been, she felt, "fooled" by th whole situation. "You seemed s sure, Jerry. How could I kno\ how awful It waa?" And I ha llung back, "Perhaps, you sorry that you didn't marrj Andy?" And sho had retortc "Perhaps I am!" We were utterly crude, prlmitlv --we did not care how our wore! stung. At last, however, I began to omc to my senses. "Mlml, Miml, to arc saying things which may eparate us forever." "Arc we? I don't seem to care, crry- I'TM " ot bl S enough to bo he heroine of your romance. Tou ccd a perfect woman--and I'm-- uat human." It ended dy her shutting the door n me, and for a long time after hat I could hear her crying. I dread to write ot the days vhlch followed. Mimi and I rr.ct ke strangers. Neither of us ·ould forgive the hot words we had lung out In our anger. We hara- ned our hearts--nursed our gricv- .nccs. At last ongcr. I bach to her mother. Anything vould be better than this--to live under one isof like enemies, I had enough money to make v.y plans possible. My story had ocen accepted and well paid for. 'I want you to take tills check, Mlmi." I said to her. "and go to St xula. The winters up here arc iard--and the change will be good :or you." "But what will you do. Jerry? "Stay on the job and write. I can get my meals at Mrs. Hayes', . w 1 could stand It no I resolved to scad Minu with the rest of them." "Oh. how silly, Jerry." The way she said It sounded more like the old Mlmi than any words she had uttered oince that awful night 'You couldn't stand It to be alone. And anyhow I'm not going." She spoke with an air of obstinacy. And she stuck to her decision. I foil, however, that she was held by pride, rather than by love or loyalty. She would not return to her own people with Uic effect of failure. The autumn days came on quickly. There were some golden ones and others which were dreary and dark. At last the first snow drove tho white flakes over the valleya. I could sec months ahead of us of Isolation. I had a feeling at desperation, I could stand it for myself, but what of Miml? Yet, us (.he time went on. I began to nnd tn my little wife certain qualities which surprised me. There was a steadfastness, an adjustment to difficulties which were amazing, when one considered the buttcrny life she had led. She systematized her housekeeping, and spent part of tho check which I had received for my story an wages for Dora, who had returned home when the hotel closed. Timothy went to school, seven miles away, driving the rest of the children in the little car. The danc'ng Icsvma were given now In the living room with tho rugs up, and there were, tableaux and charades: stories told' by the big stove, corn popped In the kitchen, and candy made In Incredible quantities. I was not always a part of tho gay group. I was writing now. In dead earnest. I had kept Hayes on, and It added greatly to the expense. The men were hewing and hauling timber. I hoped that by intense Industry I might relieve the financial situation. I had a feeling that I must make good, that I must win my own self- respect, before I could demand respect of Miml. For the thing which stung most, was the knowledge that .Mlml held) me lightly as a dreamer of dreams.'; I was a lad who had loved, and had. not known how to hold what I had* won! I waa poet, not much to be depended on in practical attain 1 (To Bo Continued) Real Estate for Safe Brokers In Itcal Eblate FOB SMJ! OH HENT1 T. C PHAI.IN SO. CONNKL1.SVILLE. PA PHONE 375. Business Property for Sale 82 FOR SALE--Storeroom on South Pitta- bu'K Street, Formerly occupied by Robinson it Druff Store, Inquire. Robert Norris. Phone. 505. Houses for Sale 84 Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale ICEHE IS THE HOME YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FORI CROSSLAND ROAD-- Just one-half mile from tho City Limits Ten room house including three acres ot land and outbuildings. steam furnace. baths, electricity, new and laundry. Rooms and Board Kooms for Housekeeping K) FOR RSNT--TV.O furnished rooms for lltfht housekeeping. 422 South Plttsburg street. Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 MATS FOH SALE--Courier maw at 1C per each Can be used for lining your goracc. chicken coop or out building* of any kind Inquire at Courier OP.lcc FOR KENT--Two furnished room;, for HKht liousrhccpinR. 1219 Vine street. Wanted--Kooms or Board 73 WANTED TO RENT--Three or four unfurnished room:,. Write Box B8, care Courier. Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 FOR SALE-- Uwl .-Icctiic and trc.uilc st'A.'ni; maclilncs, \\iUi guarantee. I Terms. Singer ScwInK Machine Co , --. THREE ROOM--FurniMicd apartment, all conveniences. I larfic room, suitable for one or mo people, 510 N. Plttt- treet Phone 2097-J. EXCEPTIONAL BUYS1 WILLS ROAD--T\vo fine homes, modern in every respect; Green street extension, five room bungalow, hot v.ater heat. $2,650. on Narrows, seven room, modern, tfiirasc, one acre o£ ground, $2,500. PKTER It WBIMR WEIMEK ARCADE. A REAL BUYI BLACKSTONE ROAD. 710-718 WEST SIDE--Twelve room double house with bath ati i heater, all modern. This property must be rold nt once to settle estate Immediate possession. Price reduced 'a $1.500. PAUL WAGONER 1009 W, CRAWFORD AVE JHOlv*E; 148. FOH SALlv--Frnmc buildinR. 18x36 feet Corner South Pittiburg Street and Wootila^n Avenuu. Can be made into n three room house $1.500. Inquire. Robert Norrts Phone, 505. TOR SALE--Nice -=Jx room house with sun pai lor. heat, nil conveniences. Nicely finished nnd in good condition. West Side. $3.300. Robert Norrls Phone 505. Just recently remodeled and in the very best o£ condition. Price Is reasonable. Inquire. Wm P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 17GO Wanted--Hoal Estate WANTED TO BUY--2 acrca ground, sxiltablc for cultivation and building c, on improved road. ncllsvUlc 13G1-J. Phone Con- Auctions--Legals Legal Notices, Js'OTJCE. Notice is hereby Riven that letters Testamentary on tiie Estate of Elizabeth Boyd, de-cased late ot the Boroueh ol South Conrollsville. County ot 'Fnjcttc and State of Pennsylvania, have been granted to the undersigned, to wliom all persons having claims or demands against .said estate are requeued: to make known the nme, and nli persons IndcUtcd'to said cbtate, to mnktf payment without delay. William 11, Boyd. 132!i Aetna Street, Connellwillc. Pa. Fronk J. Bod, 12I.Hs Chestnut Street. ConnclliViHe. Pa. Arthur A Brown, Attorney. Executors 30-dcc -Ct-thurs. 117 S. PUtsliiirR St , Building Materials 53 ,' FOU RKNT--Four loom unfurr fchcd apartment private entrance, Phone 1837, furnished ot Private bath. 130 E, Foil view Avc. Ston- Work Phono Suitable for I or 2 persons Heat, water I furnished. Inq 502 S ritliburfi St. OUR CEMEN'T--Sand and cravel are of l i t llntst qunlllKS Lit us tinurv our SMALL UNFURNISHED APARTMENT-rebuilt n 1700 IN DOING business inc Classified Way ! THREE ROOM APARTMENT--109 South' you arc influenced to buy nomine except) Sixth St. Inquire STWIZ Hardware your own needs and the value of the I Store. 717 Crawford A \ e , Wcs* Side. Roods olTcred JV WRITING a Clashed Ad bo «uro to tell «u ine facts uliich ou uuuld to knou if ou out£clf \vere a pt-ospcctl\ e bm cr WHF.M::VER ou have a rt-al nec.i to fill the Classified Sc-t-Uon ulll help you to fill it quickly, as caMlv nnd Inexpensive!;, Houses for Kent KOJ{ KENT--Nine room bilck, near Robbins; five rooms. Eabt Apple: six rooms Tiader. er ArcatJe Peter R. Wclmcr. You tell us and \ \ o i i tell Vcurly rater upon request. the THE CLOSER you sticl: to cl.ui.incd ads the closer o u r monev will stick to \ou and the tarttic-r It *Ml! Ko \\hcn %ou spend it I'ATKONI2E Ihoic who atlvcrUsc. FOU SALE-- 1-four loom house, Dunbar. 1-thrce room house, Barltcll, Dunbcir. Worrell. Victor FOR SALE-- Eijtht room house with t,\o lots on Highway at Mocr. Itobert Norrls Phoiie 505 $1.200 EXECUTKIX' NOTICE. Estate of Jerome McCormlck, late of the citv of ConnelK\ille, Fayette County, Pennsjlvnnla. deceased Letters Testamentary on the above named esUite having been fit anted to the underslpncd. notice 1. horeby £ivcn to all persons Indebted to said estate to make immcdi- ato payment, and to those havinR claims the same to present them. i properly authenticated, for settlement. TIIE CLASSIFIED SECTION offers a Itta M McCormick. complete cataloRuc ot the wants and oflVrs ot the people of Conncllsvllle and vicinity. DID YOU LOSE your purse or card case? Let us i^in a Lost and found ad tor you. Just phone, 12 or 13 for an ad- YOU TELL US \our details and we'll write our ad. Phone 12 or 13 for an ad-taker. tN DEALING throuch Clisslfled Ads seller proiit cqu.illj Both buyer and Tllf'Ith AHt. niiTiy tilings oblam^ble throuKn tlic Clashed Ads Ui.U it vould b» Uiflicult to cet in any other \\ay. H17 Sou'h Ninth Street, Connellsville, Pa. Executrix. J. Kirk Hcnnvr, Attorney 30-dec -tit-thurs. IT IS ONLY necessary io tell people where real bargains are to ts found And a crowd will soon be there. Classiiied adi arc constantly pointing the way to real t a l u c for hundrcrls of people v.ho rccularly look to them for guidance A-No 1 SERVICE is w h a t you get from CHs-siHcd Ad% When you have n special need to fill, phone us tin: particular? ind details You can cct an ad-taker at 12 or 13 PUONE 1= or 13 for an ad~takcrl Auctions--Legals Legal Notices. ADMINISTRATRIX' NOTICE. The Estate ol Jan Layo. alias Jan Loyo, late ot Dunbir Township, Fayetic County, Pa , deceased. Letters ot Administration in th* above estate having been granted to tht undersigned, notice is hereby Riven to all persons Indebted to the said decedent to ^. make payment to the undersigned \vlto- out delay, nnd all persons having claims or demands afiatnst sold estate ar* requested, to make known the same. Barbara Layo. AdminlUratrlX. Box 1305. Vanderbilt, Pa. Maxwell Llzza, Attorney. 3Q-dcc.-Ct-l.hur3. DISSOLUTION SALE. ANNOUNCING AT PUBLIC SAL" THE dissolution of partnership. All : uneral equipment, furnishings, paraphnalia and rolling stock for sale at public auction on Friday, January Hth. 1P3C. at 2 P. M.. by the firm of McNanamy Whillatch at 145 NortJi Callatin Avenue, Uniontown. Pa. All terms, strictly cash. Signed, W. A. McNanamy. Wllia.d Stecle Whitlatch, 13Jan-It. Magic Council's New Officers Installed Newly elected officers o£ Magic Council, Junior Order of. United American Mechanics, were installed by District Deputy E. S. Shupc. The staff inducted follow.-.: Councilor, R. Clinton DeBolt; vice- councilor, Charles Zurawski; recording secrctaiy, Harry G. Witt; assistant recording secictar, Fred O. Darst; financial secretary, Jnmcs W. Prinkcy; assistant financial secretary. N. E. Murphy; treasurer, S. T. Ervin; assistant treasurer, S. L. Miller; trustee, K, E. Long; conductor, Jesse S. Dunn; waiden, L. N. Greon; chaplain, Alonzo Leichliter; inside sentinel, Robot t A. Leichliter; outside sentinel, Roy E, Lindsay. The councilor appointed committees for the year as follows: Social--R. A. Leiclihtcr, Willism E. Jackson, E. S. Shupc, F. A. Huffman and Richard Rilcnour. Delinquent--James W. Prinkey, S. L. Miller, A. Lcichhtcr, S. T. Ervin and F. O. Darst. Flag--W. B. Shaw, C. S. Storey nnd Harry G. Witt. Funeral--L. K. Fisher. Bmgo--R. A. Leichliter, Alonzo Leichliter, L. N. Green, G. W. Shank, Charles Zurawski, W. B. Shaw and E. Ray Crawfoid. The i chef commitlcc reported J. L. Slurey and Solomon Lcpley as having returned to work alter recovering Irom an illness.

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