The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 15, 1938 · Page 6
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, January 15, 1938
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P»".ISSIX. TUB DAILY COURIER, CONNBLLSVILLE, PA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 133K. Courier Classified Advertisements For Quick Results -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 2c cash; lOc charge. - ,-, IS) Ads to Be Run 3 Times: Per lino. 7c cash; So charge. Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c cash; 7c charge. -· These Rates Are Ba'sed On Consecutive Insertions. " , " " There 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 lnsertecT'7" Times for the Price of Six!--Special "' ~ - ;- ,, --: --No Ad. Is Takeri For Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Card of Thanks MARTZ--We take this moms of express- Ing our -Jnccre, appreciation and thanks to ~bur~many kind'Irlcnd^.Tieichbon* ~ and rclatl\cs for -their kjndness and j-ympnUiy- extended us-durlng our rc- t -cent ^ad £croavcmcnL-the sudden death " o£ our beloved son and brother. Charles ·~ R. Martr. Especially do "wo desire to tliank ihc Pastor. Rev. W. S llarr. the chore, those -who sent tbc bcauLUul -- flowers, the pallbearers, those who-so kindly furnished cars and all who assisted us In any way. Mr. and Mrs^P. D Martz and Family. MOORE--We wish to take this means o! expre'alng_. our sincere appreciation an(J thanks to our many friends, neighbors" and relatives "of. Conncllsvllle lor their Tnanj^ acts of kindness and-sympathy extended MS during our recent *ad bereavement, the death of our bc- * loxcd'son, David Houck Moore Air. and Mrs. Jonn Moore of. Portsmouth. -- Ohio. Flowers and Mourning Goods, 4 BASKETS SPRAYS AT REASONABLE PRICES! P. R. DeMUTH SONS CrVWLE-59 SCOTTDALE--«34 Fnncral Director* ·.--SIBEL FUNERAL HOME-- b* Last Word In Funeral Servlc*." CALL, CONNELLSVTLLE UO. Automotive .- _. AntomobUcs for Sale 11 -O.-K." USED CARS NOW ON DISPLAY- ON OUR USED CAR-LOT WEST CRAWFORD AVE. NEXT TO WERTHEIMER- MEN'S STORE. AND ALSO. " _ t INSIDE OUR CAHACE AT ' 127 WEST APPLE STREET. MASON MOTOR COMPANY. Open Evenings 'till 0 o'cloclc. Open Sundays 'till 8 o'cloclc. PHONE 103. LATE MODEL USED CARS I IIETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO. SCOTTDA1E. PENNA- PHONE GOOD WILL USED CArta. BENNETT MOTOR SALES. SSS E CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1ZH Automotive Automobiles for Sate 11 FINE LATE MODEL CSED CABS E E. VAN SCOY. INC. 2S9 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE Z« Autos, Accessories, Tires, Farts 13 ALL CAR CHAINS _ . U OFFI ALL CAR HEATERS . . VI OFF! STORAGE BATTERIES (EXCH) -.J3.39 MOTOR OH,. 2 GALLONS 79c ALCOHOL. PER GALLON . 59c BRAKE TJNING. FT. 10c-UP LINED BRAKE SHOES 22c TURN SIGNALS . : _ S.7.SS AMBER LENS . 7c MARKER LIGHTS . .. ,, -. .,, _ J9e REFLEX REFLECTORS _ _ ,, Sc LOWEST PRICES--INSPECTION NEEDS I GOLDE TIRE RADIO COMPANY. 126 EAST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 10. YOU CANT CO WRONG IN BUYING ONE OF THESE EXCELLENT USED CARS! THE FOLLOWING CARS WILL BE SOLD AT-THE P-R-I-C-E-S MENTIONED AS ISIM 1933 ford 4-cyllndt.r 2-door Sedan. « clean buy at n «.. $275 1930 Fold 2-door Sedan for - - S 09 1929 Ford 2-door Sedan In good condition « _ * 9i 1931 Plymouth 4-door Sedan -- 995 1031 Chevrolet 2-door Sedan ,,- 575 1930 Ford Ucluxo 4-door Sedan. (4-cyllndcr) fit 1930 Ford (4-cyllndcr) Coupe in "A- No. 1" condition, priced to sell at $09 The Above Mentioned Cars Can Be Bought Through Our Easy Payment Plan! 1934 ford %-lon Pickup, at A Bargain. SEE OUR DISPLAY-Of 1935. 3.136 and 1937 Model] of Fords. Chevrolet*. Dodges. Oldsmoblles. Dulcks and oth*rs. Everyone thoroughly inspected and ready for the road. See them today! JfERE THEY ARE! JUST TWO LETTI 5--1937 JFord V-8 Demonstrators. Your Choice of: Deluxe Club Cabriolet or Dcluxo 4-door Tourlns Sedan. Both Arc Fully Equipped. Have Low Mileage und Sclllnc With A New Car Guarantee! And At Greatly Reduced Priccsl BE SURE THAT YOU SEE OUR WONDERFUL DISPLAY OF THE MEW "143»" MODLES OF FORDS AND LINCOLN ZEPHYR CARS The World's Bert Tcrmsl Very Good Trades And Demonstration*! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED FORD and LINCOLN DEALERS WEST CRAWFORD AVB . HONE. 407. ;l OILS--And makes minor adjustments on any sewing machine In your home Parts extra. Phono BOO Troutman'B DID YOU LOSE your purse or card case? Let us run a Lost and Found ad lor you- Just phone, 12 or 13 lor an *d- ·takcr. Open Evenings! Open Sundayil IT IS ONLY necessary to tell penplo where real bargains are to b« found and a crowd will soon bo there Classified ads are constantly pointing tho way to real vlua for hundreds. o£ pconlt, who rccularly look to them for guidance. YOUR MONEY REFUNDED U you get the desired results before your *d expires. Why not advertlM that extra dresser? IN DOING business tho Classified Way you are influenced to buy nothing except your own needs and tho valuo of tho goods offered. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE _: _ :JVCROSS- ^ - -_-7il--Tc£sub!ease_24--Evils · - -S-^vale -27--The prickly -10--A constel--- envelope of n on the" aTfrult ~ ~ " _ et)Uator._ « ~2S--YclpT" !.. _ 30--Exclam- ·; 11--Deserve 12--Insects 13--An aviator 14--A city in northeast Oklahoma 18--Chief deity" 32--Continued attempt to gain possession 35--Remained 37--Measure of land of historical 40--Enticed ' heating liquids 11--Falling to attend 13^-Diminutive of Albert 15--Not tested. as by expo- -rlence 18--Pronoun 19--The head fslang) 21--To work steadily 23--Expelled 25--A river of China 26--Howls 29--Peeps out SI--Draw 33--Diminutive of Edward 34--All. -considered one by one 36--Anger 38--Greek letter 30--A fabulous bird of Arabia 41--Pronoun e°arin?s light ·§$« "--*- S A 22--A black,- .- s 008 substance Answer to previous puzzle 42--Snow vehicle J--Sails upward 2--A Vessel of various forms S--A morsel · 4--Absorbed 5--Letter N DOWX fi--To cause to run off the rails 7--A weapon 8--One who* tells a falsehood 9--Vts«el» for Business Service Business Service Offered 18 UPHOLSTEIUNG. AWNINGS -- FUBNI- TUBE REPAIRING QUALITY WORK Call FISIIER. Phone OG43 APPLES--Sprayed and hand picked, 50c per bushel Somerset potatoes. $125 per bag We deliver. 413 E. Washington Avc, Phone tk3-U. Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KIND EXCEPT LIFE. FAYETTE REALTY CO PHONE 1375 T. D. GARDNER. MGR. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE--All kinds. Sec me for rates James R. LauchUn, Insurance. 303 First National Dank Dulldlng. Phono 520 Moving. Trucklnr, Storace 25 DULL'S TRANSFER STORAGE. Local and long distance movinc Every load Insured. Modern storaco for household coods. Wo do crating for shipment by ralL Phono 50 123 Cast Peach street. Printing, Engraving. Blndinc E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN OH YOUJl PRINTING WORKI Letter Ileadsl--Bill Heids! For Rent Cardsl--For Sale Cards! Callinc Cards!--Hand Olllsl--Binding! No Trespassing Signs for Sale! All Work Cuaranleedl At R«ason*blo Rates I COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 65. COURIER BLDC. OR PHONE RESIDENCE. 91. Professional Service? 28 CORRECT rrrriNG TRUSSES--EUIUC Hosiery and other nirstcai cppltancn* A. A. Clarke. PU.CJ. Druggist. 323 North Pltbburz itreet PbaiKt 1M. DR. CEO C, DULL TRFATMENT OF ALL FOOT AILMENTS. WOOLWORTH BLDG PUONS 430-J Employment Help Wanted--Female 32 ADDRESS ENVELOPES HOME FOrt US --Good pay. Experience unnecessary. Wonderful opportunity. Everything Supplied Nationwide DLstrlbuton., Qi Broadway. N. Y. KNOCK KNOCK--Who Is there? A household "spcclult}." 25 cent seller. Marvelous demonstration Everybody buys TreTOcndous profit Free samples. Christy, Dept. 7. Newark, New York. WANTED--A reliable Klrl -who can -wash, iron and assist with cooking. Write Box "C," care Courier. Help Wanted--Male 33 WANTED--Messenger boy--Must b« JUBh School graduate. Steady work for the rljjht party. Apply at the Western Union. So P'ttsburg St Situations Wanted--Female 36 YOUNG WOMAls--With some hospital training and experience, wants nursing. Write Box 25, care Courier. Situations Wanted--Male 37 WANTED--Work as night uatchman or janitor. Write Box 50, care Courier. Financial Need Money GET AHEAD IN 10381 PAY OFF ALL--Your bills with a PERSONAL LOANI Have only ono plac* to pay Instead of many I You need only ONE thing here:--the ability to repay small, regular sums on any loan plan selected LOANS up to $300 Cr»nc in. PERSONA!, FINANCE COMPANY. Over McCrory Store. Phone 34 WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE. Instruction Instruction Classes 43 FRANKLIN COMMERCIAL COLLTGE-- Pennsylvania's Finest Business School. Day and Night Classes--S54.50 New Typewriter given with each Scholarship during January Extra--A new course In Fine Commercial Art, Draw- Inr, pen and Ink, charcoal, oil. Wfllcr color. Landscape--Portrait. Teacher studied with Mmr Du Bet of Paris, Corcoran Art Gallery. Washington. D C Successor to H W Wegner ot Pittsburgh. Send for our new Catalog-- Conncllsvillc, Pa. Phone 218 Merchandise Articles far Sale 51 MATS FOR SALE--Courier mats at Ic per each Can be used for lining your garage, ehlckcn coop or out buildings of any kind Inquire at Courier Office FOR SALE--Used electric and treadle sewing machines with guarantee Terms Singer Se\vlng Machine Co 117 S. Piltibure SI Kuildines, Building Materials 53 OUR CEMENT--Sand jnd crawl arc of the fine-it qualities Let us figure your requirements Stone . Work, Phone 1700 Merchandise Farm ana Dairy Products 5! MR. FARMER MERE'S MONEY IN YOUR POCKETI Why not run a smalt Inexpensive Classified Ad In our Classified Section which will find a market for your farm products, your live stock, your farm Implements, juid household goods? You will find many people who want to buy Uic many things you have for ea'cl The Dally Courier has a large rural circulation which makes it tho popular choice among the- fanners and assures you that your message will reach the people ^ho nro tin tho market for your products. You Will Find: Our rates In the above Classified heading. All Classified ds are payable In advance! Fuel, Feed. Fertilizers COAL--0-ft. Conncllsvitle coklnff. lump and run of. mine Pittsburgh Champion nut coal nnd large lump Coke, all sizes. Stone Work. Phone 1700 CUSTOM COAL--lOc, J2C and 13e delivered. George W. Kern. Conncllsvinc Ilionc 4121-R-ll. BEST QUALITY--t' It. coking coal, moderately priced. Immediate delivery. Gerald Schomcr. Phone 1901. COAL--Good black lumpy run of mine IOC bushel delivered. Cash. Koballa Bros Phone 2037. GENUINE WASHINGTON RUN COAL-Wm. Dull i Son. Phone C'vlUe, 107: Scottdale. 502: Dawson. 4037. COAL--b-ft, run of mine and screened Prices reasonable l*rompt delivery. Call 5*4 Flint. BEST CUSTOM COAL--100 bu. or over. lOc, lie and 12c bushel, cash, delivered. Joe McXlinnis, Phone lGO-R. COAL--Black 9-ft. coking coal. HJ4c bunhcl. delivered. Call 1335-U. FURNACE COAL--Sli cents per bushel, delivered. Phone 1343 C. Household Goods 59 STORE WIDE REDUCTIONS I ON ALL FURNITURE, RUGS AND STOVES COME INI SEEI AND SAVEI LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES. MERVIS FURNITURE COMPANY NORTH PITTSBURG ST. PHONE 2020. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE! FOR SALEI ALL KINDS OF--Used furniture Including coal, gas'and combination ranges and heaters. Also some good pianos at bargain prices. DULL'S STORAGE. 122 FAST PEACH ST. PHONE 50. Wanted--To 66 TWO L. C SMITH TYPEWRITERS--At reasonable price. Write Box 23, car* Courier, stating condition 'of machine, price, rnd style number. CASH IS WHAT WE PAY-^ BRING IN ALL YOUR LARGE CLEAN WHITE RAGS TO TUB DAILY COURIER OFFICE TO- DAY AND WE WILL PAY YOU "5c" PER POUND. WHY NOT LOOK AROUND AND MAKE YOURSELF SOME SPENDING MONEY??? Rooms and Board Rooms for Housekeeping 69 FOR RENT--Tv.0 furnished rooms for light housekeeping 1219 Vine street FOR RF.NT--Two unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping. 1101 Vine Street Reel Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 THREE ROOM APARTMENT-- For rent With bath, heat and water Jurnlihcd On first floor T C Phalln. So. Con- ncllsvillc. Phone 975. SMALL UNFURNISHED APARTMtNT-- Suitable for 1 or 2 persons Heat ualcr furnished Inq 502 S. Flttsburg St. THREE ROOM APARTMENT--109 South S'xth St Inquire Smutz Hardware Store. 7:7 Crawford Avc. West Side 77 Houi'-s for Hcnt FOB. RENT--Nine room brick, near Bobbins: five rooms. East Apple, six rooms ne-ar Tinder Peter R Wclmer Weimer Arcade. *·--Temp/e Ba//ey\ COPTIIICUTi RELEASED OT CTJtTKAI. PtttSS ASSOCIATION CHAPTER 40 THERE IS no telling what I might have done while the idea of going to Franco possessed mo If Hayes had not fallen 111, and two of the men left because of the loneliness. I could pot no one to take their places, so I won forced to do double duty, going shuttle-like from my desk to the work of the farm. My stories suffered because of my divided mind, and there were fewer acceptances Irom tho editors I ctunc In at night dead-tired, beat- on sometimes by storms, to flnd Mlmt by tho Ore, quiet and composed, a purring pussy-cat or two on tho hearth-rug, tho table charmingly set. Its orangn and gray and black colorful against the golden background of flames. Kcstlng there, 1 seemed enclose--! in a circle of peace. For that moment, I worked through the day. I wondered If Mlml know how 1 worshiped her, as she sat, a tranquil figure, telling me tho things nhc had .-cad In tho dally paper, but telling me nothing that wan to her heart. So December came, and Christmas Wo were to have a tree for the small Hayeses. Hayci' Illness had made Dora tho only wage- earner In the family. The ranch supplied food and to spare for everyone, but If there were to oe Christmas presents for tlic chil dren, Mlml and I provide them "I've a lot of FOR iALK AT BARGAIN PRICES--ujco. brick, old lumber, windows, sashes loorlng Coal Phone. 1864-K IN WRITING a Classified Ad bo sure to tell all the facts which %ou would w j n t to know If you yourself were a prospoctUc bujer IIFMEMULR Thc~n)oTI~ j^u ~i ij the quteker It pajs FOIi RENT--Five room hnuw, Inth modern com enlcnce^ hot \\ater heat 110 South 4th Sticot A-No 1 SLRVICE In what iou got from Classified Ads When you ha\o u special need to fill, phono us the particulars and details You can cot on nd-taker at 12 or 13 v.ould havo to little things," Mlml told me. "and there arc yards and yards of silver ribbon on « dress I shall never wear. And we can make cherry clusters of cranberries, and pop-corn balls and chains." "And on Christmas day, we will bate the dinner here. Mrs. Hayes will come over and cook it"Do you mean that you'll Invite them to dine with us?" "Of course," easily, "why not?' Why not, indeed? But it was her Initial Introduction to dcmoc racy. In our first days on the ranch Mlml had looked upon the Hayeses as a queen might look upon her vassals. That she called them, now, her friends, was an evidence of a revolution In her social idei-ls. "Wo want the biggest turkey evrr," she informed rne. I laid my hand on her arm. wonted to tell her how I adored her. She drew away, smiling but unapproachable. "*Ve want tho biggest turkey ever," ihc repeated, and I dropped my hand from her arm. "You shall have it/ I said, "And the blggeut tree, Jerry?" "Yes. I'll cut it myself." But it was not, after all, the blp;- gejt tree. We chose the one we wanted several diys later, as we rote over a new trail to get our first wide view of the w.ow-cappcd range. It was late afternoon, cold stimulating, and with the sun beginning to slant across the mountains, when v.c came upon a little tree, v Men stood apirt from the others on the very top of a hill ft was a spruce, perfect In Its pro- |rortlor.% and tipped wlu- silvery growth. But It was not mere syrr- mctry v.hlch caught our eyes. I was', rather, the effect given It by the sunset sky back of It--through every Up and twig and branch bla/«Jd a red glory, until they shone and sparkicd as if lighted by I thousand candles "Jerry, look!" Mlmi cried. "Dt vou ever see anything so--won dcrful?" Wo watched nntll the Ugh faded, and tho little tree was stripped of Its splendor. "How lonely It seems," Mlml said, "perhaps It will never be lighted that way again. That was Just Its moment." "Why not give It another moment, Mlml? Why not make It our Christmas tree?" She caught at that. Our Imagination met. We saw tho tree triumphant lr its Christmas beauty. In the evenings which followed, Mlml dressed a doll for Susie Hayes and one for Mary Hayes, and with these finished she produced a doll which so resembled herself that I stared at It In amazement. "I am going to make It look like my peacock picture," she told me. "and send It to Bcrnlce to be sold at the French bazaar. She wrote to mo about 1L And since then I've been trying to think o£ somethins: that would create a sensation, and this will. They'll auction t off. I sent to Denver for a doll vlth hair of the right color, and 3 mvc put some of my own with It." So artfully had she mingled her iwn hair wlpi the hair of tho doll's wig, that the effect was that of the headdress of the painting. Lacking . jeweled comb, she had made mo of tho eye of a peacock's cathcr. With water colors she had gl\cn the doll's Insipid countenance something of her own vlvld- cs 1 * "I shall mako the dress exactly like the picture, Jerry. It will sel and they will get a lot of money for It. I know that crowd. The; will say, 'It Is Mlml Lo Brun, to the life.' I think I'll tell Bcrnlci to ask Olga to lend tho painting : wouldn't ask her for the world but Bcmlcc could." I was still looking at the don If I'll pay you enough for you charity, will you let me keep It?' She shook her head. "You hav me " I caught her hand, "Havo I real ly, MImi?" "Well, haven't you--1" but he tone was remote, and she went on immediately. "Walt until you so her dressed, Jerry. I've used th sash of one of my gowns--" he hand was withdrawn. But I was not to be put off "Let mo see where you ut you hair." She took out a pin or two an bent her head. On the very to tho curls were short With tha tawny mono so close to me an with her eyes hld-lcn, I lost m fear of her. I swept her Into m arms. She struggled to free herself and at last I let her go. "Don touch me," she saltl breathlessly "It Is absurd, Jerry, after all tha lies happened to act as If we were lovers." "Nothing has happened whlcy cannot be forgiven," "It Isn't a quc3tiOn of forgive ness, Is It? It Is a matter, seems to me, of disillusionment." She picked up the doll. "I shal havo to make her slIppc'TJ Do yo think you could manage high llttl wooden heels, Jerry?" I was helpless before the per fcctlon of her manner. She woul have no quarrel. Wo sat by th flrc with on effect of harmony Yet, we were as far apart as th poles. When tl» peacock gown was finished, Mlmi sent the doll away and In due time a, letter cam from Bcrnice. "My dear, you should have seen the bidding. It sold for a thou land dollars, Olga got It, or nthcr the man she is to marry ot It. It stood on a table In front the portrait, and everybody was mply mad about it. I wonted It ore than anything--but I hadn't ii money." When Mlml looked up from the ttcr, I saw that her eyes were azlng, "So Olga got it." she said, a stined voice, "Olga. She gets rcrythlng. She got--grandfather." She was like a hurt child. The icmory of her grandfather was [ways a poignant one. That night I wrote to Olga. I old her that I wanted the doll. Uid that I would mail her the icck for It The next morning, y telephone, I sold a piece of tlm- icr land to a neighbor who had .·tinted It, for a thousand dollars. Two days before Christmas I' vent up Into the woods to cut the ttle tree. I had decided to walk and to take no one with me, for 10 men were busy, and tho tree' tvould be a light weight for my oung strength. It was clear when I started, but with a heavy slate gray sky which, eemed to press close to the mountain tops. "It looks like snow," I said. "Why not cut a tree nearer, tome. Jerry?" Mimi asked me. "You liked that one, didn't ·ou?" "Yes." -Well, that settles It," I stood- smlltag at her, wrapped to the 1 ears, with Jason at my heels. The big dog wanted to go with me, but I would not let him. Mlml and Dora were alone, a storm was coming on. I would feel safer 1ft Tason were In the house. Up through these mountains came*' now and then, fugitives from jus- Jcc. When our farm men wcre| usy on the lower level, they were! hard to reach. So Jason stayed, standing wist- !ully beside Mlmi, as I went away, and the next time I saw him my dulled eyes took him for a coyote or for a starved wolf strayed from .he timber. The wind was at my back, and I could feel tho force of it bearing me up like broad wings as I mado the ascent I dreaded to think that It would beat me bad; when I faced It on my return. It changed, after a time, however, and snow came with It--light flakes at first, then the steady drive of them. I was glad of the stillness after the roar of the wind, and I was glad, too, of the beauty, with the slender aspens, stretching bare arms to receive their white mantles, the evergreens, their dark loveliness half-hidden by a paUld veil. 1 remember I was In a some-i what solemn mood. I had arrivcdl at a flxed resolve. .When the first! of the year came I'would sail for France. This would release Mlmi. She could go back to St. Louis without a sense of humiliation. The sole of the ranch would kecpi h for a time. In apparent afflu-! cncc. People need never know] that there had been no shining pal-c ace. The Incident would be, In ol sense, closed. When I returned lt| would be time enough to take up my own problems, and I might! never come back. But whatever came, Mlml would! bo proud of me. That was, after all, tho peak of my desire. Perhaps, when I left her, she would see me as something besides a fool and a failure. I might even do something In France which would set me apart from other men- do Be Continued) Real Estate for Sale Business Property for Sale 82 FOU SALE--Storeroom on South Pittsburg Street Formerly occupied by Robinsor/s Drug Store Inquire. Robert NorrlJ. Phom-, 505. Farms ami Land Cor Sale 83 FARMS FOR SALE! BO ACRES--Elcht room brick house with electric barn 40x70 feet, known ns the Byron Kelly Farm adjoining Scotldilc, price $C,000 SIX ROOM HOUSE--Z\ Acres of land known as the Carl Brooks property at Normalvtlle for $2.200 F F DC-WITT SCOTTDALE. PENNA PHONE, 43 Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale HERB IS THE HOME YOU HAVE ' BEEN LOOKING FOR I CDOSSLAND ROAD--Just one-half mile from tho City Limits. Ten room house Including three acres o! land and outbuildings, two baths, electricity, new steam furnace, garage and laundry. Just recently remodeled and in the vi ry best of condition. P*Icc is reasonable Inquire, Wm P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE VJCO nouses for Sale 84 adL _.. you und spend it EXCFPTIONAL BUYS I 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, garage, one acre of ground. PETER R WEIMEIi WEIMER ARCADE A REAL BUYI BLACKSTONE ROAD, 710-718 WEST SIDE--Twelve room double house with bath and hcntcr, nit modern This property must be sold at onco to settle estate Immediate possession Price reduced to S1.500 PAUL WAGONER 1003 W CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 148 FOR SALE--Frame building. 18x36 feet Corner South PitUbure Street and Woodlawn Avenue Can be mado Into a three room house $1,500 Inquire, Robert Norris Phone, 505 on SALE--Nice six room house with sun parlor heat, all conveniences Nicely llnlshcd and In flood condition West Side JJTOO Robert Norris Phone 505 FOR SALt-^l-fotir room hou^e. Dunbnr 1-threc room house, Morrell. Victor Burltell Dunbar FOR SALE--Kislu room house with two lots on Highway it Mojcr. $1.200 Kobert Norrit. Phone 505 A CLASSIFIED AD can find the rlghv kind of a Job for the right kind of man or \\onnn IN A PINCH use a Clajslficd Ad. ^ou tell us and w c l j trll the uorldi Yearly rates upon recucst. WHENEVER you havo a real need to fill the Classified Section will help ou to fill U quickly as csblly and Inexpensively niB.RI. Aftf rniny things obtainable through the Clav-illcd Ads that it uould be dtnicult to get iu any other ujy. THE CLOSER you stick to classified ds the closer your money will slick to u und the farther it will go when you mnrt I, CLASSIFIED ADS are messengers ol thrift. Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale FOUR ROOM BUNGALOW -- Garage. Chicken house. 2 acres of land on good road, lor .si 350 SIX ROOM HOUSE--Three acres of lane;. oung orchard. An Ideal summer home. lor $1.200 SIX ROOM HOUSE-C.ilckcn house and H acre's of land, for $1.500" E F. DeWITT SCOTTDALE, PENNA. PHONE. 43. CLASSIFIED purchasers aro not regretted bccaues they aro only made when tho bujcr needs to buv and the seller needs to sell THE CLASSIFIED SECTION offers a complete catalogue of the wants and offers of tho people of Conncllsvlllc and vicinity. BARCLAY ON BRIDGE WRITTEN FOB CENTRAL PKES3 B y S f i e p a r d B a r c l a y The Authority on Authorities" \AK,M.NO DISREGARDED SUCCESSIVE passes followed by a suit bid scream out loud the fact that there Is practically nothing but a bit of suit length in your hand. For your partner then to make a bid Is to go counter to the logic of the situation, as he should know by then that your hand cannot possibly make a good dummy for him. V Q J 10 8 6 4 3 4 K 3 2 4) J 10 6 4 V A J ·O A J 10 4 + A J 7 4 A 9 8 4 Q 9 8 6 J 4 . 9 5 4 3 A K 5 3 2 4 T 5 4. K Q 10 6 2 (Dealer: North. East-West vulnerable ) Here North, East and South passed and West started the bidding with 1-Dlamond North passed again and East bid 2-Dlamonds When Weit now called 3-Diamonds. Nprtli put In a bid of S- Hearts fiRurmK East's response would now probably tx 3-No Trumps. ins: only a. pwabU itoDDtr In tlie heart suit. East was afraid to take the contract Into 3-No Trumps, so passed North had accomplished what he had hoped for until South decided to take North out of the S-Hcarts by bidding 4- Clubs. North knew his hand would be absolutely worthless to South at that contract, so was obliged to go -l-Hcarts, which was of course doubled The defenders cashed two diamonds, two hearts, one spade and one club, so that South's mistake was rather tOTtly. whereas, bad he allowed the 3-1 cart bid_to stand, the opponents announced they would not have doubled. MONDAY'S PROBLEM A K Q 10 S 4 2 « A 8 4 K Q 7 * » 4 4, A J 7 5 4 9 8 3 W Q J 10 7 5 2 4 8 5 + 10 1 (Dealer: WcsL East-West vul- nciable ) What Is tlw correct biddtar on thi* deal?

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