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PAGE EIGHTEEN. TUB DAILY COimTTCR, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1938. Courier Classified Advertisements For Quick Results -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Speciol Yearly Rates Upon Request. 1 Per line.- Ads to bo Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c cash; 7c charge. and 2-nines: ' - ' m " Ads to Bo Run 3 Times: rj. So cash; lOc charge. w Per line. 7c cash; Sc charge. *These Rates Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. ":S~ : __ " - "·: There'are five (5) overage words to each line. FJat.Rate. . Phone 12 or 13 for; an Ad-Taker, : SjDeg "" ' ^4YpJl:©-i.Hserted V Times for the Price of Sixl-Speddl '"' '_.-' N^EAd.Js-f aken For Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements -Flowers and Moununs Goods "4 BASKETS SPRAYS AT REASONABLE PRICES I P. R. DcMUTH SONS C"VIILE--59 SCOTTDA1.F.--S34 Funeral Directors -,'." ~. --SIBEL FUNERAL UOME-- "The Last- Word In Funeral · Service." "·'· -CAlX--CONNELLSVILLE 150. "Personals' ·MENI--Gef-vieor it once! New Ostrcx '··'· Tonic-TaKlet*"."cbntaIh Jraw. oyster in; vicorators:.and'other stimulant'. One · dose peps'up-organs.- glands, blood. ' ""Regular price 51. "Special price . S9c. ; Call.' wrlte-Unlon;Drug; Co. Strayed.. Lost;. Found ,,. _10 'LOST--White rox'terrier, black" marjc- ' ; Ings,' clipped--tall. -Answers to name. ' "· '"Snuffy."· Finder-please, return-to. 105 Pearl street. Automotive Automobiles for Sale: 11 -O.-K." USED CARS ~:, ^... .NOW.'ON DISPLAY TC:- Z,W OUR USED CAR.LOT ' J · --WEST CRAWFORD- AVE. -- ~KSXI"1O WERTHEIMER .UEJJ'S. STORE "".:"·" AND ·ALSO- -.I-... --rNSIDE Oim--GARAGE-"AT '::::_; 11117. WEST:APPLE STREET.-. .. ."r.~T 'MASON MOTOR COMPANY. - -Open Evenings, 'tllf 9' o'clock. ~.".~- 7OPCD Sundays 1111 0' o'clock. .. _. . PHONE 105. - · · --· · LATE -MODEL- USED CAKS1 -' ;'7!C. HETZEL-YOUNG -MOTOR CO.. : -.". ^SCOTTDALE.:PENNA. PHONE. 407 GOOD-WtLL USED CAH3. · ·· BENNETT MOTOR SALES. 256 'E. CRAWFORD -AVE. PHON2 1234 Automotive Automobiles (or Sale 11 VOU CANT - GO WRONG 1" IN BUYING ONE OF THESE EXCELLENT USED CARS! . :. TIE FOLLOWING CARS WILL BE SOLD AT- THE " . P-R-1-C-E-S MENTIONED .'". " '-' AS ISI1I 1033 Ford ^-cylinder 2-door Sedan. * clean buy -at '--V. .'.--'. S275 1930.rord 2-door:Scdan tar. : $ OH 1929 Ford 2-door -Sedan In good condition ... _ * 05 1031. Plymouth 4-door Sedan -- 505 1031 Chevrolet 2-door Sedan 575 1030 Ford Deluxe 4-door Sedan. Cl-cyllndcr) S79 1930 Ford (4-cyllndcr) Coupe In "A- No. 1" condition, priced to sell at $99 The Above Mentioned Cars Can .Be Bought Through Our Easy Payment Plan I 1W4 Ford H-ton Pickup, at A Bargain. SEE OUR DISPLAY-- Ot 193S. 1536 and 1037 Models of Ford«. . Chcvrolets, Dodges, Oldsmoblles, Bulcks and others. Everyone thor- . oughly Inspected and ready for the road. Sec them todayl HERE THEY ARE! JUST-TWO LEFTI I--I837 Ford V-8 Demonstratori. Your Choice of: Deluxe'Club Cabriolet Automotive Aulos, Accessories, Tires, Paris 13 ALL CAR CHAINS !i OFF! ALL CAR HEATERS U OKFI STORAGE BATTERIES (EXC11.) J3.39 MOTOR OIL. 2 GALLONS 79c ALCOHOL, PF.H GALLON 5'JC BRAKE UN1NG. KT 10C-UP LINED Bl AKE SHOES 22c TURN SIGNALS ?7.35 AMBER I ENS : 1C MARKER LIGHTS ... ~. 19c REFLEX REFLECTORS 49c LOWEST rillCES--INSPECTION NEEDS! GOLDE TIIIE t RADIO COMPANY. 126 EAST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 10. Business Service Business Service Offered 18 1 OILS--And makes minor adjustments on any sewing machine In your home. Parts extra. Phono 800. Troutman's. UPHOLSTERING. AWNINGS -- FURNI TUBE REPAIRING. QUALITY WORK. Call FISHER. Phone DC45. FINE LATE MODEL. USED CARS E. E. VAN SCOY. IXC. 259 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 2«. IT- IS ONLY necessary to tell people \ where real bargains are to be found and · a crowd will soon be there. Clfisstfled ads are constantly pointing the v/ay to real value for hundreds of -pcoplo who regularly look to them -for guidance. A-No. 1 SERVICE Is what you get irom Classified Ads. When you have a special . need to fill, .phone us the particulars and · details. You can cct an ad-taker at 12 or .13. ' ' - · " . YOUR MONEY REFUNDED If you get - tho desired results before,your ad «c- - plres. Why not advertise that extra C dresser? ~ ." ', . . . INGOING .business tno Classified Way · you are -Influenced to buy nothing except · your" own needs and tho value of the goods~offercd.'' . KJ. WRITING-a Classified Ad be suio · lo_ tell nil · the facts which you would ' want* to know If you yourself were a prospective buyer. WHENEVER you have a real need to fill the Classified Section will help you to fill it quickly, as easily and inexpensively. A CLASSIFIED AD can find the rlghx fcJnd of a job for tho right kind col man . or woman. .- .. -Deluxe 4-door Touring Sedan. Both Are Fully Equipped. Have Low Mileage and 'Selling With A New Car Guarantee! And At Greatly Reduced Prices! BE SURE THAT YOU SEE OUK WONDERFUL DISPLAY OF THE NEW "1D38" MODLES OF · FORDS AND LINCOLN ZEPHYR CAHS. The World's Best Termsl Very Good Tradei And Demonstrations! , WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED FORD and LINCOLN DEALERS WEST CRAWFORD AVE. .HONE. 407. Open Evcnlngsl Open Sundaysl Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KIND EXCEPT LIFE. FAYETTE REALTY CO. PHONE 1375. T. D. GARDNER. MGR. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE--All kinds. Sec mo for rales. James R, Laughlln, Insurance. 309 First National Bank Building. Phone 520. Luundcrlnc 24 Moving, Trucking. Storage 25 DULL'S TRANSFER STORAGE. Local and long' distance moving. Every load insured. Modern iloraee for household goods. We do crating for shlpmen by ralL Phone 50. 122 Emit Peach street. Printing, Kncravinc. Binding 27 E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUR PRINTING WORK! Letter Heads!--BUI Heads! For Rent Cards I--For Sale Cards! Calling Cards!--Hand Ulljil--Dlndlngl No Trespassing Signs For Salol All Work Guaranteed! At Reasonable Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 65. COURIER BLOC OR PHONE RESIDENCE. DL THE CLOSER you slick to classified ads the closer your money will stick to you and tho farther tt will go when you spend It. CLASSIFIED purchasers aro not regretted bccaues they are only mado when the buyer needs to buv and the seller needs to cell. CORRECT FITTING TKUSSES--Blast! Hosiery and other surgical appliances A. A. Clarke. PH. C. Druggist. 323 North Plttsburg street Phone 10*. THE CLASSIFIED SECTION offers a complete catalogue of the wants and offers of tho people of Conncllxvilio and vicinity. THERE ARE many things obtainable through tho Classified Ads that it would be difficult to get In any other way. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 29 39 23 37- 30" IZ Z4- .·S'*:. 28 -. A'dtffSS' -A-perso!:6f-24T-HiUicr " " ~ ---_^wpod: .._ : ---tl--GbddeM-of- 12--A wireless set 13--Value ---H_A close ". ^2 embrace ~--16--Perform IS-'A sea gull . - 17--Advertise- 18--Masculine · pronoun " 20--The center _.'.'." T ot a wheel 21--Base 22--Abandon . -27-- Thus --' place - .; - -' tlon for ' lS^-A.~sIash . ..eight part* ni7ir-Dcportment""- i'.vCmusic) strenuously -19^-Unlform 30--Prod - ^JZOtrrBclonglng 31--Meadows "·to him ' 33--Gold mone- --21--BafaiTi' ' · ' · - . tary unit of "23--Expression* Bulgaria of disgust 34--Foot-like 24--The ripened organ fruit of the 35--Hall! rosebush 37--Any power- 25--Rubbish ful deity 26--Drinking; 38--Louisiana cup' (abbr.) 28--A composl- '·"-"' hurrah 30--Young dog 32--Away (prefix) 33--Bulky piece - of'timber 34--A piece of ~". - turf used as a fuel 36--Smooth 38--Permission 39--The handle of a tool 40--Any Item of value owned Answer to previous puzzle DOWN . ' , 1--Laughter S--PreUx c.\- 2--southern .- pressing .- constclla- · '- motion - - '. "Hon ' 9--Conun-;.T : S--SpurU . drums:'",.. 4--Number S--Sun god- 6--Food -14--A projection (slang) . ----at the side 7--Scold " - " o f a n « « - Profcsslonal Services 21 E. P. FITZGERALD. O. D. D. O. S. OPTOMETKIC EYE SPECIALIST. WOOLWORTH BLOC. PHONE 125-J Employment Merchandise Farm and Dairy Products 55 APPLES--Sprayed and hand picked. SOc per bushel. Somerset potatoes. $ per bag. We deliver. 413 E. Washlnc- ton Ave. Phone 8G5-U. MB. FARMER IfEKE'S MONEY IN YOUR POCKET! Why not run a small Inexpensive Clns\lllcd Ad in our ClaMflcd Section which will find market for your farm products, your live stock, your farm implements, nnd household Roods? You will find many people who want to buy the many things you have for jmlc! The D'lily Courier has a large rural circulation which, makes it the popular choice among the farmers and assures you that your message will reach the people who nro In tho market for your products. You Will Find: Our ralcj In tho . ·bove Classified heading. All Classified Ads are payable tn advancel Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers CUSTOM COAL--loe. l!c and We dc llvcred. George W. Kern. ConncllsvUlc Phone 4121-R-ll. BEST QUALITY--IP ft. coking co.l moderately priced. Immediate delivery Gerald Schemer. Phone 1M1. COAL--Good black lumpy run of min lOc bushel delivered. Cash. Koball Eros. Phone 2037. GENUINE WASHINGTON RUN COAL\Vm. Dull i Son. Phone C'vllle, 107 ScottdaHe. 502; Dawson. 4037. COAL--3-ft. run of mine and scrccnec Prices reasonable. Prompt delivery Call 4H. Flint. IF YOU HAVE A STOKER--Try « load o our specially prepared .itokcr coa Stone ik Work. Phone 1700. COAL--E.lnck 9-fL coking coal, ll'.i bvishel. delivered. C.lll 1315-It. FURNACE COAL--0i cents per bustle delivered. Phone 1HB-J. Household Goods ST(3RE WIDK RF-DUCTIONSI ON ALL FURNITUHE. RUGS AND STOVES. COME INI SKSI AND SAVE LAHGK TRADE-IN At-LOWANCf:S. MKHVIS FURNITURE COMPANY. NORTH PITTSHURC ST. PHONE 202 YOUH CREDIT IS GOOD HERE! FOR SALE1 ALL KINDS OF--Used lurrlture Incluti ing coal, gas and combination rangi and heaters. Also lomc good pianos a bargain prices. DULL'S STORAGE. 122 EAST PEACH ST. PHONE M Wanted--To Buy Situations Wanted--Male 37 WANTED-- Work as nl»M watchman or Janitor. Write Box 50. care Courier, Financial Need · Money 40-B GET AHEAD IN ISD8I PAY OFF ALL--Your bills with a PF.rt- SONAL LOAN! b Have only one plac» to p:iy Instead of manyl You need only ONE thing here:--the ability to reptty small, regular sums on any loan plan selected. LOANS up to S300. Come in. PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY. Over McCrory Store. Phone 34. WEST CRAWFORD AVEN'.IZ. Instruction Instruction Classes ·13 FRANKLIN COMMERCIAL COLLEGE-Pennsylvania's Finest Business School. Day ana NiKht Classes--SM.5i New Typewriter given with cnch Scholarship during January.- Extra--A new course In Fine Commercial Art. Drawing, pen and Ink, charcoal, oil, water color. Landscape--Portrait, Teacher studied with Mmr Du Uct of Paris, Corcoran Art Gallery, Washington. D, C. Successor to H. \V. Wcgner of Pittsburgh. Send for our new Catalog-- Conncllsville, Pa. Phone 218. Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 MATS FOR .SALE--Courier mats at Ic . per each. Can be used for lining your garage, chicken coop or out buildings of any kind. Inquire at Courier Office. TWO L. C. SMITH TYPEWRITERS--4 rca.^onablc price. Write Box 23, ca: Courier, slating condition of machtn price, nd style number. CASH IS WHAT WE PAY- BRING IN ALL YOUR LARGE CLEAN WHTE RAGS TO TIE DAILY COURIER OFFICE TO- DAY AND WE WILL PAY YOU "3c" PER POUND. WHY XOT LOOK AROUND AND MAKE YOUI/bOJ SOME SPENDING MONEY??? ., Rooms and Boaird Hooms for ·lousckecnlnc 69 FOR RENT--Two furnished romw for light housekeeping. 1219 Vine street. Real Estate for Rent Apartments, and Flats FOR SALE--Used electric and treadle sewing machines, with guarantee. Terms. Singer Sewing Machine Co 1IV S. Plttsburg St. TIIHEK ROOM APARTMENT--For rent With bath, heat and water furnished. On first lloor. T. C. Phalin. So. Con- ncllsvilie. Phone f!75. SMALL UNFURNISHED APARTMENT-Suitable foi- t or U iersons. Jlcat. water furnished. Inq. 502 S. 1'iltsburg St. FOR SALE--Daby Lloyd baby buggy, excellent condition. 58.00 4;ash. 23'J Carnegie Ave. THREE ROOM APARTMENT--109 South Sixth St. Inquire Smutz Hardware Store. 717 Crawford Ave., West Side. Houses for Rent 77 Buildings. Building Materials 53 ' IF YOU ARE--Patching that small break Jn the kitchen wall, or plastering every wall in thf house, we c;m furnish your needs. Stone Work. Phone 1700. DID YOU LOSE your purse or card case? Let us run a Lost anil Found ad for yo\i. .lust phone, 12 or Itt for an ad- lakcr. YOU TKLL Us your OwtalU nnd we'll write your fad. f*hL,nc 12 or 13 for an ud-lakcr FOH RENT--Nine room brick, near Flob- bms; Jlvi rooms. East Apple; six. rooms near Trader. Pctr R. Weimcr. Wcimcr Arcade. AS LONG AS you have the Classified Section, you needn't wait lontr to obtain a n y t h i n g you need--it is easy to get. AN AD A DAY keeps hard times away, l.ct us explain our yearly Classified rate. ItKMKMIJElt. Til. quicker It uay:.. ^--Tempfe Bsi/ey OOFYRICIiTi RF.LEASZD DY COffHAL PHE35 AMOOATTON CHAPTER 48 ONE DAY as 1 sat at my desk I reached Into an Inner pocket for some papcra. In taking them out I brought with thwn a small spool of sky-blue silk! I set It before me on the Ieak end remembered the day I had bought It. That golden day when Mi ml and X had walked together and when sho had said, "I have saved ull of your letters In a little box--" and I had called her "Dearest." I wondered It she, too, remembered, I wanted to go to her, and" «ask. 1 was on my feet to do It ,-when the door opened. "Lunch is ready, Jerry," sho said. I held out the little BJXX n was thinking oC the day I bought it." She looked down at It, as it lay in my iiand. Not a muscle of her face chaYigcd. She waa serene, Indifferent. "Oh, what a romantic boy you are, Jerry." I wondered secretively If she had meant "romantic fool". 1 came home some weeks later aTter a ride to a neighboring ranch to ftnd such a change In our living room that I stood, petrified, on the thresh old. Tho awful rug was gone, and some of the awful fwnlttirc. Gone were tho awful pictures on the walls. As there was nothing to tnkc Uuiir places the room had a sort of g; ,m cmptlncjs. Mlml coming In, announced, "I couldn't live with It any longer. I thought we could sandpaper some of tho pieces that are left, and put on a dark stain--and we can do tho floor. Tho children want to help--. You don't mind, do you?" I didn't mind In the least. I oven ventured, "There ought to bo n fireplace. Perhaps, wo can manage that." ·at would be heavenly." Mlmi was standing In front of the high- Rhonldered atovc. "And anyhow wc'v? made a beginning." It was somo time after, that looking up from the bam, where 1 was at work, I saw a band of Indians approaching the house, acnt one of the men at once to Mlml--lc.it she be startled, and as Moon as I could I followed. I found one or two braves and a half dozen squaw women assembled In the kitchen. Mlml, with a flush on her cheeks and a sparkle In her eyes, was bargaining for Ihc blankets they had brought, the baskets and bcadwork. "Jerry," she ald, as she saw me "aren't they charming? Look at these blankets." They were moat attractive In their blacks and grays, with touches of Onmlng red--there were baskets In all shapes and colors, a pair of antlers--a bearskin rug. Mlml was buying everything-Riving In exchange certain trinkets --a sparkling brooch, a tiny jeweled watch. The Indians knew the value of the jewels. They were no lottg«r trustful savages. They had dealt long enough with white men to be shrewd. * This for thin," Mlmi would say iind they would weigh the matter and consider. When she producet at last' a string of coral beads carefully carved, Uic eyes of one of the women brightened. She sale something to the old chief. He held out his hands for the beads. "Mlml/ 1 I said, "don't sell them Let me pay." She shook her head. "I'm doing thin, Jerry." I sat down and watched her She drove a sharp bargain with the old chief--two of the lovely blankets, or no beads. At last he gave In, and presently the bam went away, having had a drink o Mlml was buying everything our new cider and somo of: Dora's doughnuts. .Mlmi danced ahead of mo Hhc child. "Everything is going to be simply darling," she assured me, and for an hour after that we were busy putting the things in placo-- transforming the living room Into delightful h a r m o n y--with the grays and blacks and reds--. Til put gray covers over that awful brocade," Mlml exulted--"and we'll tear the taper off tho walls and tint them." It was a task which took some weeks, and the climax came, when I set Hayes and all his msn to work on the fireplace--building a great stone chimney, and making the mantel of a split oak log. Hayes grumbled while ho wag lnff it, "You'll freeze," he assured me. But wo compromised by putting the big stove in the dining room where lt« heat overflowed, and kept the living room at even temperature. And now a Are blazed on our hearth, and Mlml and 7 sat in front of It night after night, I with my books and writing pad, and she with her eternal knitting. We had the effect, at least, of domesticity, although sho knew and I knew that the tiling which makes a hearth sacred was lacking. It was about this time that I began to see that Miml's pride was not a thin garment to be torn by adversity. It was, rather, a robe v-lr-h could be worn with an air In the midst of hardship. It was Mlml'a pride which had made this room restful and charming 1 . It was her pride which kept her hair brushed and beautiful, and her hands smooth and white. It was her pride which gave to our dinners the effect of formality. We dined now on a little table drawn up In front of the fire, and It was Mlmi who made squares of gray linen, and who put oranges or re! apples (n a gray and black bowl for a centerpiece. Whatever come, life must have for her Its beauty. She could not live without It. Sho packed away many of the ex- quisite gowns she had brought, and altered others so that they wer« simple and appropriate. X began to ace that she was. In many waj*?;, like my mother. They had, both of them, the sense that man may sink Into savagery un- css woman holds him to the things which m .ke for order and dignity. So as ^sho sat by the fire, night after night, my wife became the symbol of something which I must strive for. I might win from her, perhaps, that which she had never £lvcn. Sho looked upon me now as a builder of airy castles. I must show myself able to erect firm foundations. The knitting which kept Mlml busy was for the men who were at war In France. America was being called upon to do what shc / could for tho refugees from Bel- glum and other Invaded territory. Letters from Bcrnlcc told ua that Andy had gone and that Lionel was going. "And I am going with him," Bcrnlce said, "the blood of our ancestors calls UB, Mlmi." Miml had read the letter and had sat with her eyes fixed on the fire. "I know how Be mice feels," she said, "It was tho home of our grandfathers." It had been the home not onty of tho grandfathers, but or. the grandmothers with the ball-gownii --the ones who had danced with Lafayette. No such blood flowed In my veins--yet I, too, was thrilled by tho thought of La-., fayctte. · - · · It was, I think, early in December that the idea began to form In my mind of going to Prance. I would win Mimi back by a heroic defense of her land, the land sho Jovcd. With my fatal sense of dramatization, I began to mnko pictures of myself with the battlefield as a background. I could fight for Mlml's love. I might even die for It. I might, thus, redeem myself. I had Lecome less than a hero in my own eyes, I might prove more than a hero In the eyes of the world. v (To Bo Continued) Real Estate for Sale Business Property for Sale 82 FOIl SALE--Storeroom on South Pitts- burn Street. " formerly occupied by RabiruiOii's Drutf Store. Inquire. Kobcrt Norrfs. Phone. 505. Hanscs for Sale EXCEPTIONAL BUYS! WILLS ROAD--Two fine homos, modern In every rc.spccl; Green street extension, five room buncalmv, hot water heal. $2.cr0; on Narrows, seven room. modL-rn. garajjc, one ncrc o! ground, 52.500. PK'TT.n n. WKIMF.R WEIAIER ARCADE. Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale 84 *!KRE IS TIIE HOME YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOIU CROSSLAND ROAD--Just one-half mile from the City Limits. Ten room house Including three acres of land and outbuildings, two baths, electricity, new steam furiincc. gam so and laundry. Just recently remodeled and in the very best of condition. Price is reasonable. Inquire, Wm. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1760. A REAL BUYI BLACKS-TON^ ROAD. 716-738 WEST SIDE--Twutvc room double house \vitn bath nnd heater, nil modern. This pro'pcrty must be sold at once to settle estate Immediate possession. Price reduced to 51.500. PAUL WAGONER 1003 W. CRAWFORD AVE. FAiONE. 148. Auctions--Lego Is Legal Notices. 91 FOR SALE--Frame building,- 18x3G feet. Corner South PiltsburK Street and Woodtawn Avenue. Can ho made Into .1 three room hoipc. 51,500. Inquire, Robert Norris. Phono. 505, FOR SALE--Nice six room house with iun parlor, hc-at, all conveniences. Nicely finished and in Rood condition. West Stdc. 53.300. Robert Norris. Phono 505. EXKCUTOIl'S NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT - letters testamentary oti the estate ot I Martha J. Smith, deceased, late of tho | City of Conncllsvlllc. Fayette County, Pa., have boon scanted t4*"C undersigned, to whom all persons indebted to said estate nre requested to make immediate pay* mont and those having claims against some, will make them known without delay. Bcln B. Smith, Executor, I I I W. Green street. ConncllsvlllCt Pa. Donald M. Hifibct 1 . i Attorney. FOR SALE--1-four room house. Dunbnr. J-tiuec room house, Morrcll. Victor UarUcll. Dunbar. FOR SALE--Eli;ht room house with two lots on Uiiihwny at Mayer. 51.200. Roboit Norr*R. Phono SOS. IK YOU DO.rT M.-C what you want in this section, advertise for It. Phone, 12 or jy for an ad-lnkcr. yoll f:.iy, the WHEN YOU^SIIOP thro-.iKh the Classi- lieil Section ymi buy from choice not from prr^uasiim ADMISISTRATOIl'S NOTICE. The Estate of Maria Killany. late ot Everson. Foyettc County, Pennsylvania, deceased. Letters of Administration In the libove estate having been granted to the under- j signed, notice is hereby given to all · person?, indebted to the i»aid decedent to 1 make payment to the undersigned wlth = j out delay, and all persons having claims . or demands against said estate are re] quested to make known the same. Andrew J. KiUitny, Administrator. ' 1IG Pennsylvania Avenue, i Kvet^on. I'a. ; 31-deo.-Gt-trl. ! sl'KND HAl.b* as much tor twice as ' muclt by snoiipinu through the Classl lit-il Ail.. tJSK CLt-ollu-d Ail* f,,r results! IN DEALING tittuuttli CU.sslIU'U Adr, · nothing is wasted. Both intyer and seller profit ociunlly. i RKMEMUKR. our special otter. We ' wilt run your ad si-vcn limes for the price I t»f six. » thoi-c who advertise. CLASSIFIED ADS art iUL-^.cnrTs ot thrift. ECONOMY "OP^TME. money and effort results from Classified reading. You tell us and ivc'H lc)J the \vorldi ! Yearly rates upon request. I M I O N K 11! or '13 for M M acj-takcrr WHAT K J N U Of liuunctA jrc u u in? i l^tbur P.uv injj Power Sia*vc.ve*l. WEW YORK, Jan. M.--A recently-made survey ix-vealed thai on the r-ur.isi_\j, vui., dun. in.--anei'man basis of prtvailins wagu standards j Adams uncnrthcd a gallon-jug of n market buskrt of groceries for "" l ' : - v u:i ' v |: -- : --- - ~- which an American workman labors oiu 1 «*wd a half hours, the- Kn«iish- ni;in must wnrU three mid thrco foui'lh hours, tin 1 German .^c hours, nnd tho Belgum 1-1 houi's. .lag of "Coin" AB«| In Soil. PUEHLO, Col., Jan. 14.--Sheni uncnrthcd a gallon-jug ,,. corn whisky, while diyuinf: a post s * hole for n fence at his home here. - ' Ad;m:s fotiJci not tel] how JOJIR it had Ix-t'il l)in-ifcl. but ropurK'd th;it il . \v;is ;ibuut flic "hcst" sttitT he ever 1 i'ncoimtcrcd. Overruled! \ Justice Gcorcc Sutherland of tho United States Supreme Court objected to the cameraman's motion, but he waa respectfully overruled. This picture was annppcd at Washington, aa he entered his home after the news of his resignation from the bench had been announced. Dinner Problem Solved. BKLLAIRI-:. Ohio, Jan. H.--There was a crashing sound upstairs just as Mrs. Frank J. Stebbins astcod her husband what he would like for dinner. "Pheabant," yelled Stebbins, upon dashing up to investigate, "one has just flown in through a window." IA-;K Sells Mutton. BOSTON. Jan. 14.--Among appropriate names are those of A. \V. Sheriff, who has just rclircd as ISsse.x county courthouse superintendent; George Less, mutton dealer iu Dock Square, and the Very RC.V. f. L. Archdeacon, local rector.

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