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PAGTC TEN. THE DA1L/Y COURlBiK, JUINNJ!JIjIjSVIljLilS. PA. WEDNESDAY, JANUART 19, 1938. Courier Classified Advertisements 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9c cash; lOc charge For Quick Results -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. H Ads to Be Run 3 Times: ,-, Per lino. Tc'casb: 8c charge. I--' Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line. 6c cash; 7o charge. These Rates Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. There are five (5) average words to each line. '.-''Cards of Thanks," 50c Flat Rate. 1 , Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker. ^Special--YoulrAd Inserted "7" Times"for the Price of Six!--Special - -~~~ ~-~ -.-.-, No Ad. Is Taken For Less Than a Basis of (Three (3) Lines! Announcements Flowers and Mourmnz Goods 4 BASKETS SPRAYS AT REASONABLE PRICESI ..' P~R.JMUTIi S..SONS _ . CVILLE--«! ' ,,* SCOTTDALE--S34 Funeral Directors -SIBEL FUNERAL HOMB-- "Tlic Lost Word In funeral Service." CALL.- CONNELLSVILLE 150 --·_--Personal* Automotive Automobiles (or Sale 11 MEN!--Gc_t vigor at once! New Ostrcx Tonic Tablets contain raw oynler- in- 1 vlporalors and otlic? Mlmulanl';. : One , _,.dose peps up organs, glands, blood j -RcRular price SI. Special price BOc. I 1 -^ Y.OU-CANT - - ' r -GO WRONGt ". _~ - IN BUYING - - - - ONE OF THESE " . _ Z. EXCELLENT -- USED TIIE FOLLOWING CARS WILL BE SOLD AT THE P-R-I-C-E-S MENTIONED AS ISIII ' " 10 ' ,i _. ,, j t. j Cylinder S-door Sedan, a Sedan for r Scdan ln eood Business Service Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE " ALL-KIND EXCEPT LIFE FAYETTE REALTY CO PHONE 1175 T. D GARDNER, MGR. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE--All kinds See mo for rates. ^ James R, Laushlln. Insurance, 300 First National Dank Building Phono 520. Moving, Trucking, Storare 25 DULL'S TRANSFER STORAGE. Local and lone distance movlne Every load insured Modern Horace tor household coods. We do craUnjt for ahlpmcnt by riUU Phone 50. 133 East t*each street. "LOST"OR-STRAYEl£-english ScUer. fc- 1031 Plymouth 4-dcor Sedan -- ""rSSK. ncN\ard*Ior anv Information or " 31 Chevrolet 3-door Sedan . · - return R T Llnlngcr, Springfield | '330 Ford Deluxe 4-door Scdan. --ZPUu" Phonc-4116-H-3._.^"~ (4-cyllnder) , .. _ 1030 Ford (4-cyllndcr) Coupe in 1" condition, priced to sett at Automotive" Automobiles. for_ Sale 11 "-·'· · -O."-K" USED CARS '~ NO WON DISPLAY-- -- ON OUR-USED CAR LOT WEST CRAWFORD AVE. . «EXTTO_WERTHEIMER MEN S STORE · -~ - AND ALSO . - INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT ~.JL. " 127 WEST APPLE STREET MASON MOTOR COMPANY i^rOpcrT Evenings" Jill 0 o'clock. , ,, Open Sundas 'till 8 o'clock. PHONE 105."-- - --- ' · · LATE MODEL USED CARS1 HETZEL-YOUNG- MOTOR -CO, S SCOTTDALE. PENNA. "PHONE «07 · BENNETT MOTOR SALES - 2M E. CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 1234 FINE LATE MODEL USED CARS E. E VAN SCOY. INC 259 E. CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 2V! THE CLOSER you stick to classified ads the closer your money will.stick to you and the farther It will Co when you spend It THERE ARE many things obtainable throurlu the~CIasslned Ads that. It would be dlftlcult to cot (n any other t\y. Wife Preservers You can save dishes it you cream your butter and sugar for * cake, then shove the batter to one- Bide and drop your «ggs In the hole" at the ride of the mixing bovU. Beat eggs with mixing spoon oc boater and fold into creamed butter and sugar.-Katharine. Kitchener. "A- No, ___ - 309 The Above Mentioned Cars Can Be Bought Through Our Ensy Payment Planl 1934 Ford !i-ton Pickup, at A Barltaln SEE OUR DISPLAY- DC W35. van and 1937 Models ol rotas, Chevrolet*.- Dodges, Oldvnobllek. Bulcfcs and others. Eveoono thor- outhly inspected 'and ready lor the . road Scc_ them todayl IIERE'TIIFY AREI JUST TWO LEFT! 2--1937 Ford V-8 Demonstrators. Your Choice of: Deluxe Club Cabriolet or · Deluxe 4*-door Touring Scdan Both Are Fully Equipped. Have Low Mileage and Selling With A New Car Guarantee! - And At Greatly Reduced Prices^ BE SURE THAT YOU SEE OUR WONDERFUL DISPLAY OF THE NEW "1C3B" MODLES OF FORDS AND LINCOLN ZEPHYR CARS. Termsl ,, Verf-Good Trades "And JDcmonstratlonsl WEST SIDE'-'MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED FORTj~and LINCOLN DEALERS WEST CRAVPFOIUJ AVE. -HONE. 407 Open Evcninstl Open Sundays! Business Service Business Service Offered 18 SI OILS--And makes minor adjustments on any sewing machine In your home Parts extra. Phone 890 Troutman's UPHOLSTERING. AWNINGS -- FURNITURE REPAIRING QUALITY WORK. Call FISHER. Phone 9CU Dressmaking; and Millinery 21 DRESSMAKING -- Remodeling, rellnlng. Fur coats a specialty. 120 S. Cottage avenue. Phone 2004. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE ....Today;*:uncharted puzzle starts with No 1. across, a five-letter -"-word --Number 1. down: a four-letter word Fill In squares at the ',,"·'* " " nd of-each^yprd and_chech with tomorrow's solution . ACROSS" . 4--The.~Amerl. Z^TCind of cap, " " " can buffalo i2S^-From ~ 6--Guides -28--Perch ~ · ·11--Bountiful -29--Inflamed 12--A proofread- spot on the er's mark eyelid 13--Mimicked 31--TO load 15-Advance, in 33--American ~ ' price- ' ' ''ostrich · 16--Conducted 34--Tilted up 17--A lump of 36--A soft white coal limestone 19--Likely 37--Character"" 20-^Fcmale in "Peter " adults ". , . and Wendy" 22--Next : 38--Surname of 23--Become^ . ; Buffalo Bill rancid ^ fposs l_ ' " DOWN' , ,,1--The «un god_7--Organ of ' (Heb) hearing -2--Not per- 8--A tune - foratcd 9--^rantlcally s--Hastened 10--A proofread- A--Ancient " "Ing term ~ ' - 5--Northeast 14--Dimlnuttye ^ (abbr.) of-Thoma« ft--Lower caso 17--Center* of (nbbrl frufU 18--Perplex 20--A network 21--Adverbial particle of negation 25--Equip 26--A faulty part 27--War gcxl_ (Norse myth \ _ 29--A valuaolc ' food fish 30--Domestic oxen of Tibet 32--Age (dial.) 33--Greek kttcv 35--Territory (abbr.) 36--Chapters (abbrl Answer to previous puzzle V E i E R A T E H rrlntinc. Enfrravlne. Bindlnr 27 E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON vouit woruci Letter llradit-- QU1 HtatUI for Rent Cards!-- For Sale Cards! Calling Cardil-- H»nd Blllil-- Dlndlnfl No Trespaulnf Slfini For Salel AH Work Ouamnteedl At KcA*oti»bl« RAlesl counncn JOB OKPAHTMTNT. PHONE 65 COURIER BLOC. on PJIOKE RtsiCEMcr, m. Professional Services 28 CORnECT FTTTINO TRUSSES--EUullc Hosiery and omcr curclcal appliance*. A. A. Clarke. PILC. DrutsUL 323 North PllUburc street. Photw 1M. E. T. FJT7GEIIALD. O. D D. O. S. OPTOMETIUC EVB SPECIALIST WOOLWOHTH BLOC PHONE HJ- Repairlne and Rcflnixhlnc 29 ELECTRIC CLEANEHS-- And wo«hlnl! machines \erhaulcd. Wrlndcr rolls and part* furnished for any make. Phone lltM-R-22. Jno. H Work. Employment Help Wanted--Male 33 YOUNG MARRIED MAN--OI good character and *wUh auto, lo fill vacancy In Kolng buslnc^*. Instructions given to bectnncr. Salary, drawing account or commission Singer Sewing Machine Company. 117 S Plttjbure St. SALESMAN--To call on Store Route m Conncllsvlllc and nearby towns. Gooa pay. Write Box 1C, Norge, Va. Help Wanted--Male and Female 34 AT ONCE--1 man--1 lady to handle our line Annual Winter Sale bringing real earnings Equipment free. Write Immediately, Real Silk Hosiery Mills, Pittsburgh. Pa. Financial Kecd Money M-B Get A Loan From PERSONAL Then Buy For Cash and Savel ONLY ONE THING--Needed to set up to - $300 here:--The ability to repay small, regular amounts on any loan plan you select Come In NOWI PERSONAL FINANCE CO Over McCrory'B Store Phone M. WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE Livestock -Poultry, Eggs and Supplies 49 FOR-SAL-300 Laying Leghorn hens, nine months old Phone Pawson 3G72 Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 MATS FOR SALE--Courier mats "at Ic per each Cart be used ior lining your garage, chicken coop or out buildings of any kind Inquire at Courier Oftlce Buildings, Bulldinc Materials S3 IK IT IS--In'tlrc building supply line we have It.. Stone «. Work Phone 1700 ~ Farm and Dairy Products 55 APPLES--bpri}Cd and hand picked, SOc per bushel Somerset potntoes. - $155 per bog We deliver 413 E Washington Avc Phone BC5-R. MR KARMER IIERES MONEY IN YOUR POCKET1 Why not run n small Incxpinslvo Classlilcd Ad in our Classified Section which will nnd a market for your (arm products, your live stock your (arm implements, and household Roods'* You will llnd many people who want to buy the many things you have tor Mlcl The Dally Courier has a large rural circulation which makes It the popular choice among the farmer* and assures you that jour message will reach the people who ore In ihc market lor your products You Will Find' Our rates In the above Cfi««tfied hci-llnr All CIailflcj Adi are pavable In CLASSIFIED purchasers are not regretted bccaucs thcv are onlj made when Ihe bucr needs to bu« and the teller needs to Bell Merchandise Fuel, Feed. Fertilizers COAL--Run oC mine, lOc and 12c bushel. Screen, nut or lump I4c. Slack lOc. Carti on delivery Phone/ JH1-M. Rendlne. IF YOU HAVE A STOKER--Try a load ot our specially prepared uoker coal. Stone Work. Phono 1700. CUSTOM COAL-lOc. lie and 13c delivered George W. Kern. Connctolllc. Phono 4Hl-n-ll. BEST QUALITY--3 ft. coklnK cool, moderately priced Immediate delivery. Gerald Schomer. Phone 3091. COAL--Good black lumpy run of mine lOc busltrl delivered. Cash Koballa Bros. Phono M37. GENUINE WASHINGTON RUN COAL-Wm. Dull i Son. Phone C'vlllc. 107: ScotldAle. 902: Dawion. 4037. COAL--fi-ft. run ot mine and screened Prices reasonable. Prompt delivery. Call 554 Flint. BEST CUSTOM COAU-100 bu or over. lOc. lie and 12c bushel, cash, delivered. Joe McGlnnls. Phone laoo-R. SOFT SCREEN COKE--M per cent coal 3c per bushel at Old Alice Mine, between Mr Plemuint and Scottdale. COAL--DC. lOc. 11 he and 13c per bushel, delivered. 100 bushel or more. Cash. CaB Wm McManls. Phone 1335-B Household Goods S3 STORE WIDE nEDUCTIONSl ON ALL rURNrrURE. RUGS AND STOVES COME INI SEE I AND SAVE! LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES. MERVIS FURNITURE COMPANY. NORTH PrrrSUURG ST. PIIONE 3KO. YOUIt CREDIT IS GOOD HERE! FOR SALEI ALL KINDS OF--Used furniture Including coal, cs and combination range* and heaters. Also somo good pianos at bargain prices. DULL'S STORAGE 122 EAST PEACH ST. PIIONE 50. Musical Merchandise FOR SALE--Milton player piano, good condition, reasonable Also rolls. 113 Grant street. Scottdilc. Pa. Wanted--To Buy 66 TWO L. C. SMITH TYPEWRITERS--At reasonable price Write Box 23, car* Courier, elating condition of machine, price, nd style number. WANTED TO BUY--Used coffee urn 1» u*e In church kitchen. Call 347-J. CASH IS WHAT WE PAY- BRING IN ALL YOUR LARGE' CLEAN WHITE RAGS TO THE DAILY COURIER OFFICE TO- DAY AND WE WILL PAY YOU "5c" PER POUND. WHY NOT LOOK AROUND AND MAKE YOURSELI SOME SPENDING MONEY?!? Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board 68 FOR RENT--Furnished bedrooms Corner E Crawford and Francis Ave. Phone I421-W. Rooms for nousckccplng 1 61 FOR RENT--Three unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping 1101 Vine Street Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 FOR RENT--Six room apartment Available February 1st. Steam heat, hot anc cold water Free Janitor service and garbage service. Inquire Kotler Shoe Store. White Front Building. 126 No. Pittsburg street THRFB UNFURNISHED ROOMS--Private bath Light, heat, gas furnished. No children 12J W Peach street. FOUR ROOM APARTMENT--Bath, newly painted, good condition Anna B Schmitz. corner Crawford and Acrh FOR RENT--Three or four room furnished apartment 510 N. Elttsburfi street Business Places for Rent 75 FOR RENT OR FOR SALE--Cunningham Shop on Gallatln Avenue Inquire 31C Ogdcn btrccl. Hoocs for Rent 77 EAST CRAW1-ORD AVENUE--Nine room brick and six room frame house Eusl Apple Klr.Jt five rooms and sun porch East End. eight rooms 2 acres ground, double garage PETER ft WEIMEK, WEIMER AHCADE Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate 1 PROPERTIES FOR S\ufOR RENTI T C PHALIN SO CONNEULSVILLE. P/ PHONE 071 Houses for Salr 84 A CLASSIFIED AD L ui tlnd Uic rlgln kind of n lob for the right kind ol man or woman. OR SALF-- Six room frame houbc with bith Mcarn heat House in uood icpalr Lot 40M10 feel 1128 South Plttsburj street $3000 Robert Norris Phone »». f£--Temp/e Bat fey 1 COTYBtCHTi RELEASED BY CENTRAL r*ESS ASSOCIATION CHAPTER 52 "MTM1 CAN get more, work out of tho men than you or I," my father told me. "She has them all in Uio workshop now, making the fittings for the new poultry house." "Why do wo need a new poultry house?" "She Is going to have lots of chickens In the spring. She can sell them In Denver at good prices." "But we may not be here In the sprlnf, " "Have you said that to MlmlT" "No." "Why not?" "She doesn't know that the ranch la mortgaged. She doesn't know tho dcspcratcncss of my financial condition." "Why don't you tell her?" "I hate to burden her with it until I have to. And there's no chance of a sale until spring." "But in tho meantime she Is going on with things--I think I ·hould talk It over with her if I wore you, Jerry." "I will some day." Vet, 1 found myself putting It off, and so February passed and March came. And still 1 gat Inactive by tho fire. I wore a dressing gown ulilch Mlmi had made for me out of one of her jrorgcous wraps. It had a coppery gleam, and matched, Mlmi said, the flames of our open fire. "I can almost warm my hands at It, Jerry." "I am not mire that I Uko to wear It." "Why not?" "It Is too fine for a man. And you ought to bo sitting hero by the flrc." "With a broken leg?" "You know I didn't mean that. But you ought to bs tho one to wear grand gowns." "I'd rather ride down to tho farm and see my darling hens. Some of them are so fussy and cross, but they are getting to know me, and you should bear them crooning." She was much interested, too, In the colts and calves; and the lambs, sho said, were adorable. "With their weak little legs, Jerry. Do you know I had never seen a baby lamb?" She brought up to the house a wholo family of new kittens, and gave them one of tho Indian baskets. Tho mother cat looked like A. lovely tlgrcs.*, but she was a friendly sort, and I liked to have her there on tlio hearth with her enchanting family to keep me company. To shorten my days, I tried to write a little. Yet, the thing had somehow lost Its savor. I felt that I hated tho tools of my trade-pen and pencil--typewriter. To write was, after all, a dry-as-dust existence. I wanted to touch life. To ride with Mlmi up tho hills. To feel my horse under me. The wind in my face! For spring was upon us. The air was like wine, warm, sweet wine that had yet a Umg to it. The valley was all silver, emerald and amethyst, tho hills dark green or pale gold as the light clouds possod over them. Thcro was the blood of men who hod tilled the soil In my veins, or.d for the first time I was aware of it. My' forefathers had planted seed and harvested crops. They had been English yeomen, loving their low wide houses, the hospitality of It all, the freedom. The four seasons had meanings for auch men that they could not have for men of the town. What did the people who lived shut In by steel skyscrapers know of the quickened life of the countryside In the spring, of the abundance of the harvjt In the fall? What did they know, who spent their nights In electric-lighted streets, of crescent moons In rose twilights, of hunter's moons above frozen uclds? What did they know of a robin's note at dawn, the hoot of an owl on a thick summer "night? Our poets were writing of smokestacks and of brick pavements, of the beat of machinery--of the miseries ot huddled humanity. My pulso pounded. Oh, the thing to do would be to stay here and leam tho lore of tho land, and then some day to write about It-as those old poets of England had written--. And I must write so that tho people who had imprisoned t h e m s e l v e s should come streaming out from their crowded cities to nnd the beauty of which I sang! I wns filled with the Idea. I did not reflect that I was again building castles.. I forgot the drudgery, the sordid things, the dlscouragc- mentit. I wanted to talk It over with Mlmi. I wanted to tell my father that I would stay on the ranch and work, and out of my working build the structure of my masterpiece! But my father was not at home. He had been asked to preach in a schoolhouse some miles away. And' Mlmi carno In tired. She stood at one side of the flrc and looked down at me. "I ought to dress, Jerry. But I am worn out. I think it Is my punishment for calling you a barbarian when you didn't want to put on your dinner coat. I haven't oven energy enough to comb my hair. "I like It as It Is." "Really, Jerry?" her voice was wistful. "Really." She was wearing her bright locks tied with a ribbon, as on the first day when I had seen her in tho wood. She had taken off her coat and her silk shirt was worn thin by many waahings. For the shc was In gray corduroy her deerskin leggings, low our theories fall. Jerry," one went on, after a short silence. "I thought that what we did in St. Louis ought to rule tho world. But after a day like today, clothes donrt seem to matter." "You shouldn't have kept at your work so long." There were things to do. And it wasn't just the work--this afternoon one of the llttte lambs died." Her Up quivered. She could cot talk about it. She was very uc- dcr-hcartcd. At dinner she tried to make conversation, but found it hard to keep awake. Dora had set the table on the hearth, between us. There were no flowers or fruit iTor decoration. Mlmi had been too busy for such details, and I had been too indifferent. As for Dora, she had no time for the esthetic. And she liked to fry our steaks and chops. I had an Invalid's appetite and wished for somcUjlnff more delicate. But Mlmi ate with the zest of one who labors in tho open air. After dinner Mlmi crumpled tip In her big chair on the hearth and went to sloop. The kittens were asleep, too, and the old cat, /In their Indian basket. Only I kept lonely vigil. As I looked at my wife with her disordered hair, the old silk shirt, the mud on her corduroys, my mind went back to her as she had been that last night in Olga's ballroom--like a roac, perfumed, exquisite. She had belonged to that life, and not to this. 1 wanted to stay up there hi tho hills--but it wouldn't be fair to Mlmi. I wanted to live, to feel, and write out of the fullness of experience. But, hi the meantime, what of Mlmi? Would she bo dulled by the difficulties we might encounter? Lose youth and love- 1 llness in my struggle to achieve? 1 The pendulum fwung back andj forth; myself . . . Mlml, myself; . . . Mlml, myself'. . . Mlmi . . .!' Finally, It seemed to tick to the- tune OL' the things my father had. said to me, "The goal la--the happiness of others." A log fell on the hearth, and Mlml opened her eyes. "I am as bad as the pussy-cats," she said,. "I can'l. keep awoke when it Is nlc» and warm." "Go to bed, dearest, and get your rest." v "But I like it here with you and the pussy-cats--" she sat up and untied the ribbon that bound her hair. "The only Umo I want « maid Is when I am tired. Pd like to be brushed and combed without having to raise a hand to do it," she shook out her red-gold mane. "You ought to have a maid. You ought to have everything' to make life easy." f (To Bo Continued) Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale A REAL BUY! BLACKSTONE BOAT), 718-718 WEST SIDE--Twelve room double house with bath and heater, all modern. TbU property must bo sold at once to settle estate Immediate possession. Price reduced to S1.SOO. PAUL WAGONER 100D W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE. 148 FOR SALE--Nice Rix room house with sun parlor, heat, all conveniences. Nicely finished and in good condition. West Side S3.300. Robert Norris. Phone S05 HERE IS THE BOMS YOU IIAVE BEEN LOOKING FORI CROSSLAND ROAD--Just one-half mile from the City Limits Ten room house Includlni* three acres of land and outbuildings, two baths, electricity, new ctcam furnace, garage and laundry Just recently remodeled and In Uic very best of condition Price Is reasonable. Inquire. Wm. P McNULTY EAGLES BUILDKG PHONE 1780. YOUR OPPORTUNITY! WILLS ROAD--Two fine homes, modern in every respect. Green street extension, five room bungalow, hot water heat $2,650 Vcr low taxes. Many othcri PETER R WEIMER. WEIMER ARCADE Auctions--Lego Is Legal Notices. 91 NOT1CK TO COI»TUACTOKS. BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED FOR structural steel stairways up until 7'30 P M Friday, January 21. 1930. by Mr Cha M Jamlcson, Secretary of South Connellylllc Board ot Education, at the South Connclkvillc'High School Building. Plnnk and specifications may bo obtained ut the Oflicc of the Architect. Hurry W AHman. 300 Fayettc Title Trust Bulldlni;, Uniontown, Pa The Board reserves the rleht to reject any or all bMb Signed Mrs. Annabcllc Durbin. President Chis M Jamlcson Secretory Ilnro W Altman, Registered Architect Jan-n-19-20 Confluence CONFLUENCE, Jan. 10 --James Gowcr of Harncdsville was in town Saturday. Miss Gertrude Dold who underwent an operation at Frantz Hospital seveial days ago is improving. W. M. Neville of Listonburg was among busmeis visitors In town Sat- uiday. v G. A. Frantz, who has been confined to his home with illness for several weeks, is slowly improving. Mrs. Frank Wass, who several days ago underwent a serious operation at Frantz Hospital, is reported Improving Mrs C. M Cunningham continues to improve slowly from a long scige of illness. The J. O. L. Class of the Methodist Episcopal Sunday School was entertained by Mrs. Howard Emenck at her home in Jacob street. G. F. Frazce, who has been indisposed for a few days, is improved. Mrs. Albert Smith and son, Fred Sands, were visitors to Somerset. J. C Younkm of the West Side was a business visitor in Connellsville. Mrs. Bruce Tressler of the West Side is reported in poor health, Mrs. G. F. Frazee o£ Oden street, who has been in poor health for several months, is reported slightly improved. Misses Agnes Straka and Frances Shipman have gone on a visit with the Misses Ruth and Louise Burnworth at Cumberland. Miss Helen Sands was a recent visitor for a few days with friends in Ohiopyle VO1ICE CITI'/RNS OF SOUTH CON- NELISVILLE liOROUGII. A PROPOSED BUDGET IS AVAIL- abR for public inspection at the residence of the Boroufih Secretary, Chas E Wc\nnt, located on Vint, street, between tlu. hour:* of 9 A M and 0 P. M. o clock fiftt.cn (15) dajs subsequent to the first publication of this notice Albert OrndoitT Chairman of Flnince Committee Idjan-lt CONFLUENCE, Jan. 19--Misses Agnes Straka and Frances Shipman have returned from a few days' visit with the Misses Ruth and Louise Buinwoith at Cumberland. E. J. Shipley is engaged at the present time with two other auditors m auditing accounts of the county. Mrs. Harvey Kurtz was a visitor Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Eliza- 1 both Show, and her sister, Miss Grace i Show, at Charleston. Mis. Kurtz 'reports her mothei, who is soon 97 I yejrs old, enjoying as good health as could be expected. Miss Myrtle Hopwood, a teacher in the Hooversville schools, visited her parents, Dr. nnd Mrs. G. B. Hopwood, o\er the week-end. Members of the Men's Bible Class of the Methodist Episcopal Church will hold their monthly social meeting m tho Sunday school room of the church Thursday evening. The president of the class requests a large attendance. William Boor of Somerset is visiting his family heic a few days. Oi. T. G Hicks, superintendent of the Mononcjahela district of the M E Chuich, will preach in the First M. E. Church Sunday morning and pieside at the qunitelly conference. Stroko Proves Fatal. SOMERSET, Jan 19--Mis. Elizabeth Yonkei Null. 70 years old, died Siluidoj at hei home .it Rumincl following a stioUc Her husband, William, preceded hci in death. Heiress' Marriage Falls. SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 10.--Ann Cooper Hewitt, 23, hehcss,' who charged she was sterilized in 1936 as a result of a plot of her mother, admitted her marriage to Ronald Gay, 30, garage foreman, had failed. The husband said "hfr money came between us." No Accidents Over Week-End A record was created over the week-end when State Motor Police reported there was not a single sen- ous automobile accident in Fayette county for the flrst time during the New Year. Traffic, however, was the heaviest for a week-end in 1938. John Stionack, Jr., 13, of Hoyalu . was removed to Uniontown Hospital with a probable skull fracture after his sled ran into a ditch on Chestnut Ridge near his homa»Saturday aftei- noon. Andrew Puskanch, 14, of Lcith, suffered a fractured rib when he fell on an ice-covered pacemcnt at Uniontown and was taken to the hospital thcie. · James Sarnas, 65, of Crescent Heights, was removed to Brownsville General Hospital after being struck by a car at Daisytown early Sunday. After Mrs. Margaret Richardson, colored, of Umontown, told Uniontown police that her 16-year-old daughter, Alberta, had threatened her life, the girl was placed in the city jail there. The mother told officers she had to "hide knives and other implements when the girl went on a tantrum Saturday night." Perryopolis PERRYOPOLIS, Jan. 10.--Mrs. Archie Shiock and children, Marjory Ruth and Cynthia Jane, of Pittsbuigh spent the week-end with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Adams. Miss Emma Coo's, Miss Imogcnc Carson and Miss Roenna Kamerer attended a Pittsburgh theatre on Friday night Margaret Blair and Mrs. H. D. V' Blair spent Saturday in Pittsburgh. Mr. and Mis. Harold Stricklcr, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lowther and Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Evey attended a birthday party held Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Glotfclty near Briar Hill, in honor of Martm Glotfelty. The D. M Graham Memorial Bible Class of the Star Junction Methodist Episcopal Church held its rcgu- ·" lar monthly meeting Friday night in the church. A large number of friends and membeis of the Chntsian Church attended the reception Fnday night in the recreation rooms of the church. This was held to welcome the, new membeis and at a farewell for the vititing minister. Rev. Alfred McCoy and the singer, Rollo Varndell. Tat Collecting; Traveling Job. CARSON CITY, Jan. 19.--It takes traveling to collect taxes in Nevada. Liquor Tax Inspector William Kelly Klaus has revealed that in the two and a half years he has been in office he has tiavclod m the line of duty 81,000 miles, or a distance cqjal to more thoth three times around the world. ,

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