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PAGE six. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNTSULSVUXE, PA. MONDAY, JANUARY 17, 103S. Courier C/assi/ied Advertisements 1 and Z Times: Â·" .-.,. ."- -;: : ^r= Per .line, 9c cash; lOc charge.:: ;... For Quick Results -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES-Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. a Acls to Be Run 3 Times: Per..line, 7c cash; So charge. Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c cash; 7c charge. .... ^.".::.::These. Rates Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. ' -*: .". : '. Therepre: five (5) average words to each line. "Cards of Thanks/i"50^F!a : t :; Rate. . / Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker. :V Speaa/^^iiri^dilnserted "7" Times for the Price of Six!--Special ' ' " ' ' r ' Less Than a Basis o f Three ( 3 ) Lines! Announcements. -Card of Thanks wish to'.take this means of -expressing our sincere appreciation and thanks to our many hind neighbors.. .."friend! and relatives "for their many '." acts' -of kindness- and sympathy cx- - - tended- us during our recent bercavc- '.' mcnl, the sudden death of our .son and Â· brother, Mr. Robert Mulac. Especially '- Uo'we-wlsti to .thank, the minister. Rev. A. R'. "MansbcrÂ£Cr. the' "Slpgcrs. those --ho-sent the beautiful flowers, the "-ConnoUftVllle Police Department.. those --.wh"o'so kindly furnished cars and all -who -assisted m in any way. Airs. .. Jo'scphlnc Mulac and family'. .'. Flowers and Mourning Goods 4 Â·BASKETS SPRAYS AT REASONABLE PRICES! ' ~.P 'R. PcMUTH:*: SONS C'VILLE--59 - Â·- Â· SCOTTDALE--834 ' " . , .. Funeral; Plrcctors. ,, , .! -SIBEL FUNERAL HOME-^ "The Last Word In Funeral Service." CALL. CONNELLSVILLE 150. ^Personals Automotive Automobiles tor Sale 11 Business Service Business Service Offered 18 Â·HAVE VOU FORGOTTEN?--No. T have " . not forgotten you. Anxlousr Write *at 1.; once to me In Connellsvllle. - 10; Strayed, .Lost. Found' ;.TLOST-- Buli-'do'e'.^ male, brlndlc . ana -'".white. Anyone-, having any Inofnnation "^please call 1148.':. 7' Automotive Automobiles (or Sale, . ' 11 'Â·- "O.-K." USED CARS ; * . NOW ON DISPLAY ; . ONOUR USED CAR LOT WEST CRAWFORD AVE. ' NEXT TO WERTHMMER MEN'S STORE. -I " AND ALSO INSIDE OUR CARAOE AT ... . 127 WEST APPLE STREET. MASON MOTOR COMPANY. Open Evenings 'till 0 o'clock. Open Sundays 'till 6 o'clock. . PHOJ1E 105. " Â· LATE MODEL USED CARSI HETZEL-YOUNC MOTOR CO.1 ; SCOTTDALE. PENNA. PHONE 407 V GOOD-. WILL USED CARS. BENNETT-MOTOR SALES. ;25! E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234 1 FINE LATE MODEL USED CARS ; E. E. VAN SCOY. INC. 'ISO E CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 243 Autos, Accessories, Tires, Farts 13 ! VOU CAN'T CO WRONG IN BUYING ONE OF THESE EXCELLENT USED CARSI THE FOLLOWING CARS WILL BE SOLD AT THE P-R-1-C-E-S MENTIONED AS ISII1 1933- Ford 4-cyilndcr 2-door Sedan, a clean-buy at S275 1930 Kord 2-door Sedan for S fiO 1029 Ford 2-door Sedan in sood condition :..: : ~ S 9i 1931 Plymouth 4-door Sedan S95 1931 Chevrolet. 2-door Sedan $73 1930 Ford Deluxe 4-door Sedan, (4-cyllndcr) ..'.,. J79 1930 Ford (4-cylfndcr) Coupe In "A- No. 1" condition, priced to sell at ?99 . The Above Mcntlcned Cars Can DC Boucht ThrouRh j. - Our Easy Payment Plan! ! I'JiH Ford Vi-ton Pickup, at A Bargain. : SEE OUR DISPLAY-Of 1D35, 1536 and 1937 Models of Fords, Chevrolet::. Dodccs. Oldsmoblles. Bulcks .and others. Everyone thoroughly inspected and ready for the road. Sec them today! HERE THEY ARE! JUST' TWO 'Ll.rT! 2--1937 Ford V-8 Demonstrators. Your Choice of: ; Deluxe Club Cabriolet or . Deluxe 4-door Touring Sedan. Both Arc Fully Equipped. Have Low Mileage and Selling With -A New Car Guarantee! And At GreaUy Reduced Prices! BE SURE THAT YOU SEE OUR WONDERFUL DISPLAY OF THE NEW "1C38" MODLES OF FORDS AND LINCOLN ZEPHYR CARS. The World's Best Termsl Very Good Trades . And Demonstrations! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED FORD and LINCOLN DEALERS WEST CRAWFORD AVE. . HONE. 407. $1 OILS--And makes minor adjustment* on any scwlnfi machine In your home. Ports cxtrc. Phone 890. Trouunan'a. UPHOLSTERING. AWNINGS -- FURNITURE REPAIRING. QUALITY WORK. Call FISHER. Phone 9043. Dressmaking: and Millinery 21 DRESSMAKING -- Rcmodellns. rellnins. Fur coate a specialty. 120 S. Cottage avenue. Phone 2094. Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KIND EXCEPT LIFE. FAYETTE REALTY CO. PHONE 1378. T. D. GARDNER. MGR. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE--AH Kinds. See mo for rates. James R. Lauehlln, Insurance. 309 First National Bonk Building. Phone 520. Movinc, Trucklnc. Storage 25 DULL'S TRANSFER STORAGE. Local and lone distance moving. Every load insured. Modern' storage for housc- rtold Roods. We do crating for shipment by ralL Phone 50. 122 East Peach street. Open Evenings 1 ALL CAR CHAINS . ALL CAR HEATERS . i !4 OFFI 1 % ^i"l? Open Sundays! i MOTOR OIL. 2 GALLONS 70c ALCOHOL. PER GALLON SOc .BRAKE LINING. FT ,, 19C-UP LINED BRAKE SHOES _ 22c TURN SIGNALS -- $755 AMBER LENS : 7c j YOUR MONEY REFUNDED II you get MARKER LIGHTS _. 19e i u, c desired results before your ad ex- .HEFLEX REFLECTORS 49c | p | rcs . Â«'hy not advertise that extra _., ONLY necessary to tell people where real bargains are to bo found and a crowd will koon be there. Classified ads arc constantly pointing the way to real value for hundreds ot people who regularly. look to them for guidance. LOWEST PRICES--INSPECTION NEEDS! GOLDE TIRE RADIO COMPANY. 1Z6 EAST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 10. .' CLASSIFIED purchasers are not regretted becaucs they arc only made when the- buyer nccdjt to buv and the teller needs' to cell. THE CLASSIFIED SECTION offers a ;complctc catalogue' of the wants and 'offers o! the people of Connollsvillc and .vicinity. . .. ' .. dresser? IN DOING .business uic Classified Way you aro Influenced to bu nothing except your own needs and tho value of the goods offered. DID YOU LOSE your purse or card case? Let us run a Lost and Found ad for you. Just phone. 12 or 13 for on ad- IN A FINCH use a Classified Ad. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 10 22 337T 3. T _ 36. IS 23 31 2.0 27 37. 2.1 32 zs 34- 30 ..-....,, "XCRCfSS V-':.-.Â·Â·"-',--.'" 'V Â· "shooter "1--Father--a' '"at-i-A: young ;--ll--Restful child's term man 13--Disorder 5--Doctrines 26--Eventually 16--Manner 8--Drastic 28--To make 19--Crooked 10--Revoke choice 21--A game of 12^--A South 29--iAn-aicoholic cards Â· '-American Â· -Â·Â·' liquor dls-~ 23--A longing ".' rodent tilled from (slang) M--A spigot . . . molasses 25--Above 15--A striking "31--The downy . 27--Fruit pies success. surface on . ~ Â· (slang) some fabrics -17--Cunning 33--Very small -18--Fasten by 35--Expression stitches of sorrow "20--Comrade 37--Delay 22--To trans- 39--Meaner' .: port across 40--A mlschicv- a river by ous sprite boat ' - *1--Snappish : DOWN 1--Lively . ._Â· Â»hip of war 2--Apungent 5--Mlschlev- - condiment.'. ous person . S--^Chopping Â·Â· 6--Oceans .tool- . ":*7--Kill; . M 4--The'Iowest 8--AjmarMc tÂ« deck of i be used as a 29--A sloping roadway-or- passagc 30--A breed of cats 32--A river in China 34--Whirlpool 36--State 38--Letter T Answer to previous puzzle Printing, Encravtaff, Bindlnc 27 E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUR PRINTING WORK! Letter Heads I--Bill Heads! Kor Rent Cards!--For Sale Cards! Cm'linc Cardjf--Hand Clllsl-- Blndlngr No TrespasslnR Sicns For Salol All Work Guarantcedl At Reasonable Rates) COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 05. COURIER BLDC OK PHONE RESIDENCE. 01. Professional Services 28 CORRECT FITTING TRUSSES-- Elastll Hosiery and other surcical apptUncea A. A. Clarke. PH.C. DruSKlit- S23 North Pltuburc street Phone 1M. E. K. FITZGERALD. O. D. D. O. S. OPTOMETIUC EYE SPECIALIST. WOOLWORTH BLDG. PHONE 125-J Employment Merchandise Farm and Dairy Products 55 MH. FARMEH HERE'S MONEY IN YOUR, POCKETI Why not run a 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 salcl The Dally Courier has Â« largo rural circulation which makes It tho popular choice amonc the farmers and assures you that your message will reach tho people who are in the market for your products. You Will Find: Our rates In tho * above Classified heading. All Classified Adi aro payable In advance) Fuel, Feed. Fertilizers 56 CO A E^--Run of mine, lOc nnd 12c bushel, Screen, nut or.lump He. Slack 10c, Cnnli on delivery. Phone IMl-M. Hcndlnc. IF YOU HAVE A STOKER--Try a lood oC our apcclally prepared stoker com Stone Work. Phone 1700. CUSTOM COAL--lOc. J2c and 13c delivered. George W. Kcm. Conncllsvllle 'Phone 4121-n-ll. BEST QUALITY--0 ft coking coal moderately priced. Immediate delivery Gerald Schomcr, Phone 1091. COAL--Good black lumpy run of mine lOc bushel delivered. Cash. Koballa Bros. Phone 2037. GENUINE WASJONCTON RUN COAL-Wm. Dull A Son. Phone C'vllle. 107 Scottdalc. Â£02: Dnwson. 4037. COAL--9-ft, run of mine and screened Prices reasonable. Prompt delivery Cflll 554. Flint, BEST CUSTOM COAL--100 bu. or over lOc, lie and 12c bushel, cash, delivered Joe McGlnnls, Phone 1860-R. FURNACE COAL--8i crnts per bushc* delivered. Phone 1343-J. Household Goods Help \Vantcd--Male 33 'LIVES--there a man with ambition so dead that never to himself hath said, I'd like to have a business ol my own." Many thousands nave found Â« Wat kins Dealership the answer to their fondest dreams. 10.000 arc now operating their own business as Watklni Distributors of everyday home necessities. We have an opening In Connell.wfllc far Â« reliable person. Business established, no itiveslinent required. We teach you. Pay starts immediately. If you nre honest, sincere and ambitious, here is your opportunity. For details write The J. R. Watkins Company, Box 3G7. Newark. .V. J. STORE WIDE REDUCTIONS! ON ALL FURNITURE. RUGS AND STOVES. COME INI SEFI1 AND SAVE LARGE TRADE-IN A\ .LOWANCES. MERVIS FURNITURE COMPANY. NORTH PITTSRURC ST. PHONE 2020 YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD I^^El FOR SALE.] ALL KINDS OK--Used /urrJturc Jnclud Ing coal, cas and combination ranee and heaters. Also some cood pianos a bargain prices. DULL'S STORAGE. 122 EAST PEACH ST. PHONE 50 IF EARNINGS--Up to $45 In n week will satisfy you. I'll send complete outfit to run home-owned Grocery Agency; absolutely no money risk. Details sent free. Write Albert Mills, 4411 Mon- inouth. Cincinnati, O. WANTED--Mcj-scnRcr boy--Must be HlRh School graduate. Steady work for the right party. Apply at the Western Union, So. PittsburK St. Help Wanted--Male and Female 34 AT ONCE--1 man--1 lady to handle our line. Annual WJnter Sale brfnfiinc real earnings. Equipment free. Write Immediately. Real Silk Hosiery Mills. Pittsburgh. Pa. Situations Wanted--Female 36 YOUNG WOMAN--With some hospital training and experience, wants ntirsi Write Box 25. care Courier. Situations Wanted--Male 37 WANTED--Work ns night walchmnn or Janitor. Write Box 50, care Courier. Financial Need Money 40-B Get A Loan From PERSONAL Then Buy For Cash and Save I ONLY ONE THING--Needed to Â«ct up to $300 here:--The ability to repay small. regular amounts on any loan plan you select. Come in NOW! PERSONAL FINANCE CO. Over McCYory's Stoic. Phone - .WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE. Livestock Poultry, Eggs ami Supplies FOR SALE--200 Laying Lc-filiorn hens nine months old. ..Phone Dawson 3672, Wanted--To Bay TWO L. C. SMITH TYPEWRITERS--A reasonable price. Write Box 23, ca; Courier, stating condition of machine price, r-iU style number. WANTED TO BUY--Used coffee urn tÂ» use In church kitchen. Call 347-J. CASH IS WHAT WE PAY- BRING IN ALL YOUR LARGE CLEAN WHITE RAGS TO TJIE 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 FOR KENT--Two furnished rooms Ji lifiht housekeeping. 1213 Vine street. FOR RENT--Three unfurnished rooms fc light housekeeping. 1101 Vine Street. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats THREE ROOM APARTMENT--For ren With bath, heat and water furnlMie On first door. T. C. Phalln. So. Con ncUbvllic, Phone 075. *Â·--Temp/e Bat fey COPYRICIfTi RELEASED CY CErfTRAt PKE5S ASSOCIATION CHAPTER 50 I I CAME at last to where our little Christmas tree stood. It was half-wrapped In a blanket of snow, but I knew It by Its Isolation, and by its perfect lines. 1 stripped off my outer Jacket land went to work. The sound of iblows echoed dully in tho snow- Â·ladcn air. 1 worked with a will, and at last the tree surrendered. It came down with a sort of rush- Ing sigh, which smote my -heart. Would, after all, the glory we would give it compensate for tho years it might have lived radiant on tho mountain side? The storm was increasing when I started down with my load. The snow, Ukc a thick white curtain, hid tho high hills, hid everything, Â·indeed, so that at last 1 began to Jcar I was not following the un- .famlliar trail. I think, then, 1 must have stumbled; a gopher hole, perhaps, or a sliding rock. I was aware of a crashing fall, of grinding, sicken Ing pain, then the whlto curtain came down upon me, and shut out tho world. I came out of my long momenta of unconsciousness to find the scene lighted by a pearly glimmer. Only a few flakes of snow were flying, and Â· as I raised myself on my elbow, I could see that the tree which I had carried had been pitched by my fall over ray head, and at some distance down the hill. It was held from further descent by a dry old pine which had rotted long ago, and had been blown to tho ground. There the two trees lay, the living and the dead, locked in cacii other's arms. Tho pain in my leg was intense. I tried to raise myself and eouk not, although I strove with teeth act, and the blood pounding In my temples. At last I gave It up, one dropped back, the cold enveloping me like on icy sheet. My situatlor was desperate. If I called, there was no one to hear. My one hope was that my delay in reaching homo might mako Mimt anxious and that she would send the men to search for me. Sh- would not I know, begin to Â· worry at once, for wo did not dln nntil seven, and I often made th rounds of tho barns before golnj up to the house. I fumbled in m; pockets for a match and looked a my watch. It was half-past five An hour at least must clapso be fore Miml would miss me. And In the meantime, what' Would tho cold get me? Wouk the timber wolvca slink close one gaze at me with phosphoresccn eyes? Would the coyotes throw back their heads and howl--wait lngt Oh, I had imagination enough lying there, to see tho thing as 1 might be. I had heard talcs o men lost on those high hills. Well, I had at least my box o matchco. With my mind workinj feverishly, I planned what I woul do. If they came--timber wolf o coyote--I would build a flre. / burning 1 bunch of dry gras dropped down on that old dca tree, and it would become aliv again. The little Christinas bus backed by such ,i conflagratio would burn, too--and the resin toils veins would snap and snarl. Prowling beasts would dnr away from It--and something o its warmth would reach me. needed that warmth, 1 ached wit the cold, yet delayed to strike match, lest In some way my plor might fall and I should be Icf without hope. As I waited, my mind necmc cleared, suddenly, of the cobwebs hlch had cluttered It. i was' icing dentil, and what did all the lings matter which had meant much to me a little while ago? othing really mattered now but limi and my father, and the mcm- ry of my mother. And what ould my'death do to Mlmi, if It ame? She would be free--free to marry Andy. That was my first despicable lought of her--and then, thank od, I saw her by my hearthstone, teadfast in the midst of the chaos Â·hlch had threatened us. With a latrvoyancc which comes, perhaps, t such moments, I believed in her ivc for me, as I had not believed bice the day that An*y had earned the truth; and we had said lose unforgettable things to each ther. Tho barrier had been of ty own making, not of hers. I ad erected it by my unbelief-and she, wise as women arc, had town. I would live to tell her. Death tiould not claim me until I had old tier. Desperately, 1 raised lysclf on my elbow and shouted. Ay voice returned to me, mocking- My leg now was numb, the lood seemed to be slowly congealing in my veins. If I lost con- clousncss my last chance would gone. Again I looked at my watch. It was after six. Miml would at last wondering if: I had returned to the farm. She might, at this very moment, bo telephoning to the men. They would be starting out. flro would guide them. With sudden energy, I tore up great handtuls of tho dried and irlttlc grasses, put a match to them, and flung them down on tho wo trees. There was a hiss as he snow melted, a sharp 'crackle as the branches .caught, then a irlght banner waved against the ilackncss of the night. I felt its icat--stretched out my hands Che light cut a wide circle in the shadows. Under it the snow was )ink, a great rock was bathed hi ;old, the trunks of the trees were Ike pillars of ebony. Thus, was our Christmas tree again illumined. Not with tho loliday glitter of silver balls and ilnscl chains, but as a flaming beacon! For a moment my mind was free from all distress, tho warmth was comforting, hope was in my icart, high up on the hills Urn manner would bo seen and hel] would come. I think after that I fell into a. sort of stupor. I fancied I sat bj my own hcarUi, and warmth came from it; that Miml and I talked together, and I told her all tha bad been in my mind. I opened my eyes, at hist, to fine tho fire had died down to a stead; glow, which lighted the aisles between the ebony pillars, so tha the whole scene was like tho set ting of a play. Then, against tha background, showed, suddenly, o sinister shape. It swept silently towards me, revealing, on near ap proach.'a bushy tail, pointed nose eyes that ware mere slits of green. The Ore halted thÂ« creature fo a moment, but it skirted the Ore. I tried to rise, but fell back, shouted, but the sounds I mad seemed faint and hollow. I reachcc for my knife, and could not ge at my pocket. I shielded my fac with my arm, as I felt, finally, th impact of the great body. I thought then that tho end ha come. What chance had I agalns tills panting bnito and tho others which would follow? Again, tried to get at my knife, am thank God, I could not, for at tha moment there rang in my cars glad bark which was never born the throat of a wolf, the bark of! dog which has found its master, was Jason who stood over me, ulvcrlng. whining, trying to lick y cheek, loving me, Mlmi had Begun to Do uneasy arly In the evening. From the* Lndow of her own room she could,, clear weather, sec the trail hlch I had followed, but now the) ountain was hidden by a thick.- urtainof snow. As the storm In- rcascd Dora tried to reassure her.. icro were many such storms, she aid. Mlmi called up tho men at he bams, and learned that 1 had ot come In. Timothy, arriving at he moment, offered to go and look or me. Miml would not let him. o he built a great ttro on the- earth and she told him stories, ason would not stay by the fire, e put his nose to the crack ot the front door and refused to leave. t six he sat up, cocked his ears, 3d barked and whined. "I thought he heard you, Jerry, o I let him out, and ho was away ke a shot. Then we waited, Tim and I, but you did not come 01 ason either. Tiie snow had ;opped, so A went to my room and looked out. It was too dark o see the mountain, bu'- thcrÂ« ccmcd to be a great star hanging ow in the sky, and as I watched . grew bigger and Â· bigger, and Jien I knew it must be a ere and that you had lighted it, so I called p* the men and sent them, after ou." x Tho men met Jason halfway. 1 had tied my handkerchief to his ollar; and it was he who led them ack to where I lay. They made a rude stretcher ot le blankets .they had brought, and laced mo on it; then with the arcfulncss of those who are the guardians of the forest, they beat ut the fire, and heaped snow on t. Thus, the Uttlo tree, which waÂ« o have lighted our Christmas, lay alone under a white palL I fainted again before they got o home, and opened my eyes to co Mlmi's face above me. It was rery white, and the eyes were frightened. And it was those. lightened eyes which 1 took with me Into my dreams. For I was very ill. My leg was irokcn, 'and the exposure had brought on, pneumonia. I came out of my delirium now and then .0 worry about Miml, and to try to tell her of t v c things I had thought while I lay half-frozen on tho mountain side. I was always trying, too, to tell her about tha ranch, and what Uncle Jerry had said of it. "He told me it was a shining palace," I kept saying, "I didn't know it was a shack like, this." And she would soothe me: "Per-. haps, it is a shining palace, Jerry,**, and try to smile at me, but always her eyes were frightened. Mrs. Hayes came down and! iclpcd with the nursing, but shc| had to go back to her own slckf man. Dora had all shj could doj with Uio housework. Tho men from the barns did what they could, but they were awkward and uncouth. So it was Mlmi whom I saw day and night, tireless, with, deep shadows under the frightened eyes, her hair brushed back from her white face, her simple gowns faded from many washings. One day I caught her hand aÂ«| she bent, over me, "Where is thei Mlmi ot tho peacock portrait?" j She tried to speak lightly, "She) has flown away. A fairy waved ai wand and changed her into s-- Uttlo brown hen." "You mean that a country clod' turned her Into a--Cinderella," "Hush, Jerry." (To Bo Continued) Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale EXCEPTIONAL DUVS! WILLS KOAD--Two fine homes, modern tn every respect; Green strccl. extort* sion, five room bungalow, hot water hent. $2.630; on Narrows, seven room, modern, fiaraijc, one acre of ground. 52.500. PETER n. WEI1IER WEIMER ARCADE. A. REAL BUY! BLACKSTONE ROAD. 716-118 WEST SIDE--Twelve room double house with ball] nnd healer, all modern. This property must be sold at once to cctUc cstntc. Immediate possession. Price reduced to $1.500. . * PAUl, WAGONER 5003 W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE. 148. FOR SALE--Nice six room houws with Kim parlor, heat, all conveniences. Nicely finished and In Rood condition. West Side. $3,300. Robert Norris. Phone 505. SMALL UNFURNISHED APARTMENT-Suitable (or 1 or 2 persons. Heat, water furnished. Inq. 502 S. rJttsburs St. Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 THREB UNFURNISHED ROOMS--Private bath. Light, heat, gas furnished. No children. 1!2 W. Peach street. Business I'laccs for Rent 75 MATS FOR SALE--Courier mats at le per each ' Can be used [or lining your Ulirasc. chicken coop or out building! of any kind. Inquire at Courier Ofllcc. . Iliiildlues, ItiiiliHni: Materials f.1 IK YOU ARK--PuU-lnnit tlut small break In Uie kitchen \vall. or plastering ever wall In the house, we can furnish your needs. Stone Work. Phone 1700. FOR SALE AT BARGAIN PRICES--Useo brick, old lumber, u-indovs. sashes, flooring. Coal. Phono. 1R54-R. A CLASSIFIED AD can find the rlghi kind of .1 Job for. vhc right kind oj man or" woman-. FOR RENT OR FOR SALE--Cunningham Shop on CnUatln Avenue. Inquire 316 Onden street. Houses for Kent 77 FOR RENT--Nine room brlelc. near Itob- blns; five rooms, Cast Apple; six rooms near Trader. Peter R. Welmer. Welmer Arcade. FOR RENT--Five room house, bath, modern conveniences, hot water heat. 110 South -lih Street. IN WRITING .1 Classlfled Art be sure to lull all the facls which you would want to know U you yourself were a prospective buyer. HERE IS THE HOM3 VOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOKI CROSSLAND ROAD--Just one-half mile from the City Limits. Ten loom house Including three acres of lanC and out buildings, two baths, elccti-tcity. new steam furnace, garage and laundry. Just recently remodeled and In _ the very best of condition. Price Is reason* able. Inquire. Win. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1760 Auctions--Legals Lctral Notices. 91 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED FOR structural steel stairways up until 7:30 P. M. Friday. January 21. 1938. by Mr. Chas M. Jamlcson. Secretary of South Connc-llsvillt Board of Education, at the Scuth Conncllsville High School Building. Plans and specifications may be obtained at the Office of the Architect. Harry W. Altmon. 306 Faycttc Title It Trust Building, Unlontown. Pa, Tile Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Sinned, Mrs. Annnbelle Durbln. President, Chas. M. Jamlcson, Secretary. Harry W. Allman, Registered Architect. Jan-17-10-22. Gaels Defeat Rams, Ramblers Hall Dukes Bowling on the West Pcnn alleys, the Gaels won the odd game from the Rams and the Ramblers took two out of Columbus Duckpin of three from the Dukes in the Knights League. .. , The scores: DUKES Honisek 103 159 Bonifleld Dummy . Totals . Hasson .... Keslar -Freda . 70 137 79 99 75 99 361 282 178 173 375 RAMBLERS 117 107 122 97 79 273 821 99 138 151 323 357 230 FOR SALE--Six room frame house with bath, steam heat. House In good repair. Lot 40x140 feet. 1328 South PHtsburp. street. 53.000. Robert Norris. Phone 505. Totals 239 GAELS V. Cuneo 116 McClcary 105 R. Ctmeo 125 Doerficr ,.... .....Ill Dummy 78 283 388 910 123 171 109 114 96 123 111 153 112 112 362 387 387 337 286 A-No. 1 SERVICE Is what you net from Classified Ads. When you have a special need to fill, phone us the particulars and dctaiK Von can net an ad-taker at l:: or 13. THE CLOSER yon stick to classified ads the closer your money will stick to you and Uie farther It will go when you spend it Totals J p . Pilla 'Â· Moravek . . Â· Bell (Spishak .... ' Colarusso . Totals 525 613 RAMS 78 102 9Â« I IB 128 119 flli 157 TODAY IN WASHINGTON BY DAVID LAWRENCE Continued from Page Four, tho present practice. He merely said there wasn't money in the budget now for future commitments ot loans to municipalities and that, at .the present time, the proportion ol territory, population and power not affected by Federal action was .about 85 per cent This is hardly a way to assure confidence, for it is but another way of saying, "the Government will not kill you know, but will torture you to death" How any investors can get confidence out of such statements and lend their savings to utility companies is hard to understand, but here again maybe the President didn't mean it that way. In all fairness, Mr. Roosevelt ought to prepare in advance his statements on highly controversial and technical problems. For, as a consequence of the press conferenc of Friday, the utility problem is more confused and seemingly less susceptible of amicable solution in time to stimulate construction and- bring back employment than it has been at any tine since the "window dressing" conference with utility executives were started to reassure a frightened investor public. ....101 ....10B WHENEVER you have a real need to (ill the Classified Section will help you to fill f t quickly, as easily and tn- ...571 592 528 1691 You tell us and we'll tell Yearly rates upon request Uie worldi i cl Â«rccl to be a record high salary for 1 Australia. \ Whisky Protects Sliccp. MELBOURNE, Jan. 17.--Storms of the late winters and early spring now have no terrors for the men in charge of valuable Hocks of sheep at one Victoria ranch. Owners bought gallons of whisky and milk. A solution ot the two was injected into each member ot a valuable stud flock. Not one sheep was lost. Ukrainian Study Finished. SUPERIOR, Wis., Jan. 17.--Wasyl Halich, a high school instructor here, has completed what is believed to be 611 1759 the first study ever made of the life of the Ukrainians in America. The 107 287 I treatise points out the handicaps un- 108 324 | dor which 700,000 Ukrianiar,s have 88 S35 i esl;iWi.--)ied themselves in the United flli M3 Slates dunni; the last 65 years. 129 -152 Australia to Hear Tlbbctl. MELBOURNE. Jan. 17.--Lawrence i Tibbelt hn.s signed a contract for a i Morgan's father fought in the war . seriestof converts here iit what is dc-! n n d - a f t e r his death she received Â« On 1812 War Pension Roll INDEPENDENCE, Ore., Jan. 17.-Mrs. Esther Hill Morgan of Independence is one of.the only two pensioners of the War of 1812. Mrs. pension. A woman in New York receives the other pension.