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January 20, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 10

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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_.. JPAGK/TEN. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNBT^SVILLB. PA. THURSDAY, JANUARY 20,193S. Courier C/assi/ied Advertisements - ' - ' For Quick Results » - -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- ;··'· "·"·-' Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. ' · ..; .-1 and 2 Times: V.: . '--T- Ads to Be Run 3 Times: 'm Ads to bo Run 6 Times or More: Per line, So cash; 10c charge. ^ Per line. 7e cash; Se.charge. _ --' Per line,; 7c charge. ·'./--I', --i- . ; rThese Rates Are -Based On Consecutive Insertions. ' · - · · · · .-,:\:;:.. . 'U.'.'-.There are fiye ; (5)' average words to each line:I · ' G5rBs~of Thanks/i ^0i,-Fiat^Rate:'"-. -;/ "·"· ' · - .Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker. Spedal-^YDurvldflrrserted"7" Times for the Price-of Six!--Special Jl^.:.-..-... ._·.-_..,,;--No A'd.' Is Taken For Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! 3¥-- Temp/e Bs/'/ey COTTKICirTi MtEASED OY CTMTIIAI. fMSI A31OOATION 'Announcements In Memorlam ·'EMERICK-3n" loving memory ol my . husband. Gcorsc E. Emcrtck. who - passed awoy January 10. 1937. - He bade no one a last farewell, t He said eoodbye to nojHT.__--. - Mrs. George E. Emcrickj-- . :..'· Flowers andaMptfrnmc Goods...4, / BASKETS;* AT .REASONABLE .PRICES I ..... p" n. DcMura, _SONS ....:. C'VItLE-- 53 -- -SCpTTDALE-- 831 Funeral Director! -SIBEL FUNERAL. . -The Last Word'In Funeral Service." CALL. CONNELLSVILIJE-150 ; - Personals ,,,;,',, vigor at once! Ncw-Ostrcx -" Tonic-Tablets contain-raw: oystcr' in- vlgorators and other stimulant". One dose peps uj5 organs, Klands, blood. · HCBUlar price SI. Special price 89c. . . Call, write Union Drue Co.~~. ^Strayed, Lost; Found , -10 . IX3ST .OR. STRAYED--£hgjfih Setter; .Je- ifeaTc.'; Reward'.ic-r nny informatt0n.~or return. R.-T: Lintnger. -.Springfteld TM ' '·' ' . -SAtftom btiy.eT-:^ .Automobiles for Salo r^Tl Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 .-,'.'. --6.-K." 'DSED CARS '. . . : -·-.',,·".- ' ' '.NOW ON DISPLAY'.' .: ·- ON OUR USED CAR LOT "." ~' WEST CRAWFORD AVE. "NEXT TO'WERTHEIMEn MEN'S STORE. ·-:· AND-ALSO INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT " " 137 WEST APPIS STREET.. '·· "-'MASON MOTOR COMPANY. ... ".^;.Open Evcntncs 'till 0 o'clock:--.'." Open Sundays 'till 6 o'clock. ·. PHONE 105. 'LATE MODEL -USED CARSK - · HETZEU-YOUNG-MOTOR CO." · V. SCGTTDAfcE. PENNA. PHONE 407 cooo - wn,t« USED CAH3. · BSN NEXT · MOTOR SALES. ; tw B CRAWFORD AVE. ?HONZ 12S4 ~ FINE I .ATE MODEL USKD CARS f. F. VAN SCOV. INC. i 259 f. (VA'.VFOnD AVE. PHONE M3 YOU CANT ' . TV;--'- CO WRONG ~~'..'.~.:: IN BUYING : .·.:.·;·;:·:.·· ··- -- ' · ONE OF THESE -- .."..; ' EXCEIiENT ::.,,_, . . . . . ' . USEO.CARSI "··' THE FOLLOWING CARS " ' ' WILL BE SOLD . AT THB . ·_'.'. p-n-i-c-E-s .."..'" '·,:'. . .MENTIONED AS ISI!I 1033 Ford 4-cyllndcr 2-door Sedan, a · clean buy at- $375 1930. Ford 2-door Sedan tor $ 90 1923~Ford 2-door -Sedan In Good con- - dltion · : S 85 1931 Plymouth -door Sedan ;.'----'-. 1931 Chevrolet 2-door Sedan 1930 Ford Dciuxo 4-door Sedan, (4-cylindcr) - -- ~..S7Q 1830 Ford ^-cylinder) Coupe In "A- No. 1" condition, priced to sell at $99 '^- The Afeovc Mentioned Cars Can " . ' . " . * . . . . Be Bought Through ! T" Our, Easy' Payment Planl 19M; Ford '.4-ton pickup, at A Barcaln. SEE OUR DJSPIAY- ... .' 'J ; ..' : - O£'l935.'1936 and 1937 Models of Fords.".' .,: Cne.%TOlcts, Dodges, 'Oldsmobllcs. ---BuleJca and-others. Everyone- tlior- r.Toughly.'Inspected and ready.,Jor .the '.road,; Sec them today! ^ . ."' "."HERE. THEY AREI . .-. : . .. JUST. TWO. LEFTI ' ' '2--1837- Ford V-8' Demonijratoi*, -·Your Choice of: . - -·- Dciuxo Club Cabriolet '.?.. '. ' .' /.' .'or ' ' '·' Deluxe..4-door TourinE Sedan. Both". Are . Fully Equipped. Have Low Mileage and Scllinc With A New Car Guarantee! And At Greatly Reduced Prices! · BE SURE THAT YOU SEE OUR WONDERFUL . - DISPLAY . ' . · . OF « THE NEW "1838- MODLES OF i FORDS AND LINCOLN ZEPHYR CARS INSURANCE ' ALL KIND EXCEPT LIFE. FAYETTE REALTY CO. PHONE 1375. T. D. GARDNER. MGR. DULI/S TRANSFER it STORAGE. Local ond long distance movinc Every oad' Insured. Modern storage for house- iold goods. We do crating - Cor shipment by rail. Phone 50. 122 East 'Peach itreet. The World's Best Terms! . Very Good Trades. And DcmonstntlonsI · W ife ^Preservers. I \VEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY : AUTHORIZED · i FORD and LINCOLN. '. \ DEALERS ' ····· i \VEST CRA^VFORD AVE. -HONE. 07 i . . . Open Evcningsl Open Sundays) Business Service ·Insurance and Surety Bonds; 23 EST CUSTOM COAL--100 bu. or over. lOc, lie and 12c bushel, cash, delivered. Joe McGlnnis, Phone 18CO-R. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE--An kinds. See mo for' rates. James R. Laughlln. Insurance. 309 First National Bank Building. Phono 520. . . Bloving, Trucking, Storato 25 Printing, Engraving, Binding 27 E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON ' YOUB PRINTING WORK1 Letter Heads!--Bill Beads! For Rent Cardsl--For Salo Cardsl Calling Cards]--Hand BUlsl--Binding! No Trespassing Signs For Sale! All Work Guaranteed! At Reasonable Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. ' PHONE 6S. COURIER BLDG. . OR PHONE RESIDENCE.' flu FOB SALEI U* KINDS OF--Used furniture including coal, gas and combination ranees and heaters. Also some cood pianos at bargain prices. DULL'S STORAGE. 122 EAST PEACH ST. PHONE 50. 'Professional Services CORRECT FITTING TnUSSES--EUutle Hosiery and other surgical appliances. "A. A. Clarke. PH.C. Drueelst. 323 North Ptttsburs street Phone 194. DR. CEO. E. DULL TREATMENT OF ALL FOOT AILMENTS. WOOLWORTU BLDC. PHONE 430-0 Repairing and Rcflnisjiing 29 ELECTRIC CLEANERS--And washing machines overhauled. Wringer rolls and parts furnished for any make Phone 41M-R-22. Jno.MI. Work. Financial Need Sloney 4«-B To make the muflins tasto dif' ffrent, Helen ErodcrJO: auggcat* put a small amount of tho batter in each muffin Un, then add a teaspoon o f ' mixed honey and peanut buttor before adding the remainder of tho batter. . · · . . . Business Service Business Service Ottered 18 $1 OILS--And makes minor (djuitmenti on «ny sewlne machine in your home. Parts extra. Phono 890. Troutznan's. UPHOLSTERING. AWNINGS -- FURNITURE REPAIRING. QUALITY WORK. Call FISHER. Phone 9645. THE CLOSER you stick to clajslned ads-the closer your money will stick to you ftnd tho farther It will Eo'when you spend It. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 23:.- 26- IS:: 20 S-. 33 25 33 ·Get A Loan From PERSONAL- Then Buy For Cash and Save I ONLY ONE TJIINC--Needed to get up to $300 here:--The ability to repay small regular amounts on any loan plan you select. Come in NOW! PERSONAL FINANCE CO. Over McCrory's Store. Phone 34 WEST 'cHAWrOHD AVENUE. Merchandise Articles for Salo MATS FOR SALE--Courier mati at 1 per each. Can be used lor Jlning your garage, chicken coop or out building ot any kind. Inquire at Courier Office. Bulldincs, Bulidine Materials S3 FOR THE BEST--O£ every thing li building supplies. Stone Work Phone 1700. Farm and Dairy Product* 5! APPLES--Sprayed and hand picked. 50 per bushel. Somerset potatoes. $125 per bag.. .We deliver. 413 E. Wuhlneto Ave. Phone BG3-R. . :..... u:.. ACROSS · ~ -·-·------· Y» l^-City-in -. . 23--Co-ordinat- · , '-^.-^.northern - "· · ' ing conjunc-' """"Kansas '.""·*--tlon ~\. ' ^3S-ExlsfS. 24--Entreated -*^.9~Fuss-.. 26--A river'In ' 10--Evening be- Switzerland fore 28--Short fire- holiday arms 11--A public 30--Yellowish " '·""" motor · coach ;, red color · *12--Secorid'note 31--Three-toed - · --of-the-scale -- sloth of .13--Butcher's ·-- Brazil- cutting " 32-;-Surnm!t - - Implements 33-^-Avenue" '"14--Thin slices ".." (abbr.)' '. ··' of;.bacon~_ .'34--Seize"and '.18--Hlghcst.note , hold fast ,--;;. of. Guide's 35-rSouthcast · ··- scale - (abbr.) - -17--Half a quart 36--The stand- .19--Variety.' · :. ard of fir ' of aye . .20:-^ A. festive s--Trial 11--Honcy- ..'."' 'gathering '. insect 13--South American repub-- lie IS--Mineral spring ·IS--Abbrcvia- - tion of rhc-, .. - torical 20--Wire of- · · George · Burns, radio . performer 21--United '-'.,. States gen- . era! Wiled : ·,,:: by: .Indians.,; - - · --1876 ·-·v- 22--Fuss · 23--Tobacco kilns 24--A sifter 25--Employing 27--Sharp blow 28--A plot of land 29--Past · participle of Jlo 34--Creek letter Answer to previous puzzle -21--A fellow- ·'·"· '' OOW'N 1--Wed"-- . 2--A preliminary plan 3--Sign of the; infinitive --'. mode J--Capital of ncsj.of lawful Brltiahr. coin, :'~~ coin- · ·· Montana i--Turn piside out " ' · · ; . 6--^Meadows -". 7--A fabric;v used for .. sacking MR. FARMER MONEY IN YOUR POCKET! Why not run a cmaU Inexpenidv0 Claulucd Ad In our Clauliled Section which will find. a market for your farm products, your llva stock, your farm Implements. and household coods? You will flnd many people who want to buy tho many things you havo for sale! The Daily Courier has a larfEo rural circulation which makes It the popular choice .among the farmers and axsurea you that your mcuaco will reach tho people who aro In the market for your products. You Will Find: Our rates In the abov« Classified heading. All Classified Ads are payable tn advance! Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers COAL-r.Run of mine, 30c and 3£c bushe . Screen, nut or · lump 14c. ' Slack Cash, ,, on delivery. Phono Rundinc. COAL-~d-tt. ConncllsvlUQ coking, lum and run of mine Pittsburgh Champ .Ion nut coal and larfto lump. Coke, a 'sizes. Stone Work, phone 1100, CUSTOM COAL--lOc. 12c-and 13c d llvc'rcd. George W. Kern, Connullsvill Phono 4121-15-11. ' ; Merchandise Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers OFT SCREEN COKE--50 per, cent coal, 3c per bushel at Old Alice Mine, between Mt. Pleasant and Scottdaie. OAL--^)c, lOc, 11 He and 13c per bushel, delivered. 100 bushel or more. Cash. Call Wm. McManls. -Phone 1335-R. Household Goods 59 STORE WIDE REDUCTIONS! ON ALL FURNITURE. RUGS AND TOVES. COME INI SEE! AND SAVE! LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES. MERVIS FURNITURE COMPANY. OHTH PITTSnURG ST. PHONE 2020. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE! v Musical Merchandise .6?, 'OK SALE~-Milton player pr.xno, cooct condition, reasonable. A)5? rolls. 113 Grant street, Scottdaie, Pa. Wanted--To Buy TWO-L. C. SMTTll TYPEWRITERS--At reasonable price. Wrlto' Box 23. caro Courier, stating condition ot machine, price, .rid style number. '' * CASH IS WHAT WE PAY- BRING IN ALL i'OCR LARGE CLEAN WHITE RAGS TO THE DAILY COURIER OFFICE TO- DAY AND WE WILL PAY YOU "!c" PER POUND. WHY NOT LOOK AROUND AND MAKE YOURSELF SOME SPENDING MONEY:?? Rooms and Board Booms for Uousckccplnc 69 TOR RENT--Three unfurnished rooms tor lltht housekeeping: 1101 Vine Street. CHATTER 53 , j SPOKE with a touch of impatience when I told her she ought to have a maid. "Oh. no, Jerry, why should everything be easy for me, when' it is so hard for others? I've had a letter from Re-mice. She is scrubbing floors in a canteen in Franco--with men going by the door, dead and dying, yet, I cried today over a dead-Iamb." · . "It--it la dreadful over there, Jerry. I can't bear to read about tit. And wo ought to be helping ithem, and wo aren't.- And why should I worry it I have to work 7" "But Z worry." "Don't please. Do you think if ,1 were not up hero I should bo iploying around in St. Ixmlu? I ;should bo in France, Jerry, scrub- ibing floors with Bernlcc." , 1 stared into the flre. "I might ·have gone if it hadn't been for my 'leg. I had planned to do it, Miml," "And leave me?" "Not here, Miml. : At that time, I thought it might be a solution of our problems. You could go back to St. Louis,-and no one. need ever know that our dreams had not :ome true " Dead .silence, then, she come over and knelt bcsldo my chair. "I--I am glad you broke your leg, Jerry, il you wcro thinking such .thoughts as that And you might jhavc died--for France." 'Td much rather livo for you, jMimi.' But it doesn't sound, very ] heroic to say it," don't want you to be a hero. I'm not a heroine. It is much nicer to be just--human," she laid her cheek against mine. After a moment, she drew away .from me. ','Do youjec this letter?" (She flicked a linger towards the ibrcast pocket of her «ilk ohirt, 'from which on envelope protruded. "Vcs." "It's from Andy. Shall I read Jit to you ? Perhaps you won't like 'all of it. Perhaps I shan't read (all of it. But-I felt you ought to 'know what he had written." Andy had, it seemed, sent her 'his picture--Lafayette Bscadrllle ·--and he was, in his uniform, very «ocky and handsome. Ho wrote with the' effect of an apology, bu! II could see behind the words all o: thia egotism, his assurance. "I am lafraid.I offended you, Mlmi. But DL wanted to. make you happy (Perhaps, Chandler can do it, but ] doubt it. You'ro a good sport. I'll say that - To stick it out " Miml stopped there, and sal back on her heels. "Oh, .Pm going to burn it and not read any more t wonder what he thinks be is? King Cophctua?" "Read the rest." "It sounds much worse than 1 thought, Jerry." "I don't care how It sounds.' "It may hurt " "rvo been hurt before," grimly "Well, ho saya 'to stick it out in that God-forsaken place.'" She laid down the letter to dis cuss that, -at isn't God-forsaken Jerry. So why should we care? "I care. I am,going to take you away from It, Mimi." "No," sharply;'"! won't go." "Why not?" / ; - "Becauoe we've got to see it through, Jerry." "But if it Is .going to make a Irudgc of you--rob you of your youth and beauty?" She made a little gesture of Im- jattcncc--"Aren't there other hings besides youth and beauty? Jerry, I might be a nymph or a dryad for all you think of my mind and soul." "It is your soul I love, Miml." "Is it? Then don't talk so much about my looks." She leaned forward above the fire and dropped Andy's letter, bit by bit, into the names. The, kittens, who had vakcd, watched her from their askct with bright eyes. ^Whcn the letter had gone up in smoke, Mimi tore the picture across and laid It, too, on the coals. Andy's handsome countenance writhed 'or a moment .In tho heat, then 'adcd into a gray charred wisp. Mlmi turned and faced me, her checks scarlet. "There," she said, 'that's the last of him." , * * * It was early hi April that my father was called home by the illness of my grandmother. A telegram from Aunt Mary informed ilm that he must come at once. He was much disturbed. "I hate to leave you. Jerry." I tried to smile at him. "We shall get along all right." But I was not so sure. Hayes was still unable to take hold of things, and [ dreaded the thought of added burdens for Miml. I felt that my Life of inactivity must cease;' that I must get to the lower level and direct the men. Miml would thus te saved the strain and stress, and C, would feel ntysctf onco more on important figure in the affairs of the farm. I shall never forget tho charm of that first morning,when I rode with Mlmi down into the valley. Tho ranch was beautiful with bloom and teeming with new life Whole regiments of ducklings were on their way to the streams which flowed cold from the mountains Tho old hens marshalled battalions of chickens. The' little pigs, russet and slant-cored, squealed vociferous welcome; the young Kol- steins, their clear white banded with black, came confidingly to meet ua. The capricious colts took to their heels at our approach, then charged back to tho fence to be petted. An for the lambs and pigeons, they were, to use Mimi's extravagant phrase, "simply hcav only." As she stood in the cleai sunshine, she made an enchanting picture, with the lambs crowding close, tho pigeons circling abovi her head, , ( And what shall I say of all Urn lovely world about us? The i fought against the thought ot caving it all. Hero was my domain. Hero was beauty, insplra- lon, the promise of a future. We made '. our slowly., tot when the noon hour arrived 1 here was still much to be done. i we had our lunch brought in-a; basket to one of the big hay bams, through whose wide doors the sun treamlng in flllcd the .shadowy paces with amber light. We sat on iieapcd-up mounds of.', dry alfalfa our sandwiches.; from tho rafters the ..Igeons flut-; ercd down to be fed--lovely crea-; urcs, some of .them with snowy;, ilumag-c, others iridescent, one of. hem a tawny 'fellow with an up-' urncd ruff. To many of them Mimi had', given names. Pierrot, if you/ 'lease, was the tawny one.' "Be-j: cause he is such a clown," Mimlj' explained. "It helped a' lot. when!' ou were sick to have them love' me. Do you know, Jerry, that un-i ·-' til I came here I had never had a,f · pet? I had never spent a moment of my* life in the rual coun-. try. My grandfather had an estate on the North Shore, and we went there in summer or abroad.; Mother adored the JTrcnch resorts, and we stayed in the bfg hotels."' Pierrot fluttered to her shoulder. She broke off a. bit of bread) and fed him. "I should hate to'.' think, Jerry, that a child of mine · should bo deprived of this," A child of Mimi's! The wonder of the though^ Hooded me with a.' warmth greater than that of UiO; sun. Yet, I dared not toll her what I felt lest I break the spell of the moment. . . She went on, musingly, "A child, it seems to me, should know, a world liko this--not a man-madoi world of high buildings, but a; world like the one we have seenl this morning--with all tho little! ducks going down to swlra, and' tho darling old hens fussing over! their chicks, and our precious pussy-cat and her kittens. And II never knew. Jerry, I sometimes, feel as if I were a Columbus discovering a continent" As she .leaned towards me, bright as the dawn, I was aware) of her, for the flrst time, as a goddess-woman, one who belonged to- ripe fields and fruitful orchards, to tho sea, the sky, the stars! I hod never before thought of her like that. She had seemed so- much a part o£ the background, against which she had moved as a girl that I had not been able to- separate her from it. Even when, I had brought her to tho ranch, E had hoped I · might keep her ( sheathed hi luxury. I hod notj wonted her to share the common, lot What had she to do with' hardness? Yet, she had found for herself: that which I had never found forj streams singing as they" rushed -, her --"»« beauty of age-old ex- - - - ? - -- · pcricncc. Ignoring- the sordidncssj down from the high peaks? The mountains, their white tops set like mammoth magnolias in bouquets of gold and chrysoprase, the valleys circling them with ribbons of Jade? had discovered the cssentiaU AJ1 about her was life in its superlative expression, and she had interpreted its meaning. ; (To Bo Continued) '.. Real Estate for Sale Honscs for Sale Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats FOR RENT--Six room apartment Available February 1st. Steam heat, hot and cold water. Free janitor service *nd Carbace service. Inquire KoUcr Shoe Store. White Front Building. 128 No. Pltlsburc street. FOUR ROOM APARTMENT--Bath, nowly painted, good condition, Anna B, Schmitz. corner Crawford and Acrh. KOH F.ENT--Three or four room f u r - nished apartment. 210 N. Fltuburr street. FOR 11ETT--Apartments. Inquire Smutz Hardware. 717 Crawford avenue. West Side. Business Places for Rent FOR RENT OH FOn SALE--Cunnlncham Shop on Callatin Avenue. Inquire 31s Ogden slrrrL Houses for Rent 77 EAST CIlAWFOnD AVENUE-- Nine room brick and »lx room frame hou^c. Ea*t Apple ktr:ct, five rooms and «un porch. Ka»t Knd, clKht rooms. 2 acres ground, double garage. PETEn B. WEIMBR. WEIMF41 AIICADK. Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Kcal Estate PROPERTIES FOIl S^LE OR HF.NTI T. C. PHAL1N SO. CONNELLSVILLK. P/. PHONE 075. HERE IS THE HOME YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR! CROSSLAND ROAD--Just one-half mile from tho City Limits. Ten room house Including three acres of land and outbuildings, two baths, electricity, new steam furnace, garage and laundry. Just recently remodeled and In the very bet o condition. Price is reasonable. Inquire. Wm. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1700. EXECUTRIX' NOTICE. Estate* ot Jerome McCormlck, late of the city of ConnellsvlUc. Fayette Coun- .y, Pennsylvania, deceased. ' Letters Testamentary on the above named estate having been granted to the undersigned. lotlce is hereby civen to all persons indebted to said estate to . make immediate payment, and to those having claims aKolnst the same to present them, properly authenticated, for settlement. Ida M. McCormlck. 317 South Ninth Street, ConncIUvllle. Pa. Executrix. J. Kirk Renncr. Attorney. SO-dec.-flt-thurs. YOUR OPPOtVrUNITYl WILLS nOAD--Two fine homes, modern In e% r cry respect. Green street cxtcn- Mon, f\ve room buncalow, hot water hr*t. $2,650. Very low Uxcs. Many others. PETF.n R. WEIMER. WE1MEK ARCADE. . Two New Firemen Employed. UNIONTOWN, Jan. 20.--Appointment ot two new paid firemen increased the force to 12 )vhen Council voted to make it possible so that each paid member on the fire department can havo a dny oil each week. Auctions--Legals Lera! Notices, 91 Farms and Land for Sale 83 8 ACRE FARM--With or without stock and machinery. Located in Lower Tyrone Township. 2H inllcs West ol Dnwnon on Banning Road. Inquire of owner, O. P. HiKbcc, Dawson, Pa. Phone 3015. ' Houses for Salo 84 FOR SAL£--Six room frame house with bath.'slcam hcnt. House In good repair. Lot 40x140 feet. 1323 South PHtsbuni street. $3,000. Robert Norrls- Phone 503. KOT1CK TO CONTKACTOKS. BIDS wrtJu HE RECEIVED FOB structural atee) stairways up until 7:50 I. .M. Krlday. January 21, 1038. by Mr. Chaft M. Jamleson. Secretary ol South Conncllsville Board ot Education, at thu South Connelisvlllc Hljlh School Building. Plan* and specifications may be obtained at the omcc of the Architect. Harry \V. AEtman, 30G Fayette Title Trust IlulidlnB, Unlontown, Pa. The Hoard reserves the right to reject any or all bld-j. .Staled. Mrs, Annabcllc Durbin, ' · President. Cha*. M. Jamleson, Secretary. JIarry W. AHman. Rcgls-lcrcd Architect. BEST QUALITY--9 ft. . cokinE cool, moderately priced.- Immediate delivery. Gerald Schomcr. Phono 1091. COAL-^Goort blnck lumpy run of mine , lOc bushel'delivered, Casli. Kobnlla Bros. Phone 2037. GENUINE WASHINGTON RUN COAL-Wm. Dull A Son. Phone C'vllle. 107: Scottdalc. 502: Dawson. 4037. A REAL BUY I BLACKSTONE ROAD. 718-118 WEST SIDE--Twelve room double house with .. bath and header, all 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. MB. COAI^--0-ft; run of'mine onU screened. Prices reasonable, · Prompt ' delivery. Call 5M. Flint. ' FOIl SALE--Nice six room house with sun · parlor, heat, ail conveniences. t Nicely finished · and in Koou condition. | West Side. $3.300. Robert Norrls. I - Phono 503. ·· - CLASSIFIED purchasers arc' not regretted bccaucs they nro only made when tho buyer needs to buv and tho seller needs to sell. A CLASSIFIED AD can Hnd tho rlghv kind ot a job for tho right kind of man or woman. THERE ARE many things obtainable through the Classified Ads that It would bo dinicult to get In any other '"iy. A RELIABLE REAL. ESTATE DEALER --Is your assurance of a Square Deal. -Sec I'etcr R. Wclmcr. Wclmcr Arcade. IN A M.'JCil use a Classified Ad. KXF.CUTOKS' NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that letters Testamentary on U1 ° Estate of Elizabeth Boyd, deceased, late ot the Borough of South Conncllsville, County of Fayette and State of Pennsylvania, hove been granted to the undersigned, to whom all persons having claims or demands against said estate arc requested to make known the same, and all persons indebted to said estate, to moke payment without delay. William II. Boyd, 1325 Aetna Street, Conncllsville, Pa. Frank J. Boyd, 1215 it Chestnut Street, Connellsvillt', Pa. Executors Arthur A. Brown. Attorney, 30-o:ec.-0t-thurs ADMINISTRATRIX* NOTICE. The Estate of Jan Layo, alias Jan Loyo late oC Dunbar Township, Fayctlo Couu ty, Pn... dyceafiCd.. Letters of Administration in thu abovt, estate having been granted to the under- sinned, notice Is hereby given to all persons indebted to the said decedent to make payment to the undersigned with out delay, and all persons having claims or demands against said, estate »rc re quested to make known the same. Barbara Luyo, Administratrix. Box 1335, Vandcrbllt, Pa. Maxwell Lizza. Attorney. 30-dcc.-at-thuri Auctions--Legals- Notices. 91 Martin Ringler Buried With Hiiitafy Honors The funeral service tor Martin Ringler was held Thursday afternoon at .the chapel of Funeral Director John H. D. Sibcl. Full military honors were accorded by Milton L. Bishop Post, American Legion. Pallbearers were Ben Campbell, Walter Smith, Grant Kerns, Charles Hilcs and Charles Smith. The firing squad, with George Percy in charge, included James Mullaney, Gcorga Marino, Samuel Harry, Ira Moon, Alex Jagiolkie, Carl Stchle, Harry Smith and Norris .Vough. Color bearers were William Basinger ana Miller Cowan. Color guards were Edgar Cover and · William' McCutcheon. The buglers were Kolso Atkins and Angelo Scacchi. Walter Smith was chaplain. Interment was in Chestnut Hill Cemetery. ; Don't Turn on the Light If Standing in Bathtub Dr. Clcndenlnc By LOGAN CLENDENINO, M. D. YESTERDAY in discussing tho iccldcnts that occur in the home, especially in the winter, as was pointed out by the Red Cross, we n o t e d one ot t h e i r "Don'ts" which was, "Do not turn on the electric l i g h t while standing In the bathtub," This brings «p tho question of l o w v o 1 1 « B e shocks. It I* not generally r e n I- Ircd t h t v t t h e low volt»K» of tho o r d i n a r y electric flxtur* In tho home W sutncloitt, under proper circumstances, to oUctro- cutc and kill. Our ordinary domestic electric voltage is 110 volts. Most electric fixtures leak, nml when the body Is moist. rspeclnHy if wet feet are on tho ground, n circuit Is formed which l«w frequently caused death. It is not tti» voltage, but the amperage which w dangerous. In fact, very high voltage Is less likely to bo tnngerou thun low voltage and high «vnv«r- ngo shocks. Heart Produce* Currvut ' The heart produces a feeble electric current every tlmu It IwnU «u4 it takes very Httlo current to stimulate the heart inuscln Into .ootv dIUon of ttbrlllatlon which U utmost Inevitably followed liy No 'very largo altornuttus V would have to bo applied to .Weil- moistened extreinllli'ii to ctx«»o tnU form of heart stopple, Sttanmng in a bathtub with Iwro fret »\ ·«· tcr, turning on nn oloctrlo light or lany electric fixture, l« nxlwmoly hazardous, as )m.i own proved ov«r and over again: Tho human cpldcrwl*. \vheu dry ihas grent «lcctrlo«l rculnlww, »m under these condition) ooutnvt with low voltage lines would not ordinarily cause currents of large · enough magnitude to pass through the body and bring about fibrillation ot the heart muscle. But It must bo remembered that dryncss of the epidermis Is a comparative crm, and what might seem . n 3juety dry skin may transmit a nlrly larjri current when th« area, Df contact'Is large. When tho sjdn s definitely wet with perspiration or following a. bath with soap and or. all doubt vanishes.- QiJRSTlONS FUOM READERS A. : "My father, I believe. s t»orv frtoit potatoes toon any iitux UvUi£, fie c.itJt them evnry, nornluy for breakfast the year n.Hin',1: t\» doesn't tulss six meals n » yror, and frequently has Vhw for th« noon meal also. le boil* them with th« 'Jacket',' then Hllrcn am) tries them with wlniw. IU Is 7? years old. Now and thun h» complains of stomach paitts, also s*s forms on his stomach. I wish to know, doctor, it Dr. Clendenlns will answer question* of general Interest only, and then only through hli column. his excessive Indulgence- In fried potatoes will not sooner or later wreck his health?" Answer: I do not believe that fried potatoes will do him any harm, uml It seems evident that a mw who/has reached the age of 79 with nothing more than a Uttlt gas on h):i stomach, must bo using a i.uut that suit* him. KlUTGH'S NOTE;: Sorca pamphlet* ty Dr. Ctcndeniog can now b* ob- t»\aed tjy ucmluiK 1Q cent* tn cola. ' (or each, oua » 5elf-tuare*i«4 ea- volopo Dumped with a thr«i-ctnt ·lamp, to Dr. lxi"»n Oleoacolny. in caro ot thu p*pi.r. The pAmtmtr « "Thi ttll' "Thioo tmtru Ol«", ot Bia1»t«s". "Ifctnlnuio Hygiene" U4 "Tu» C*» oJ to» Ullr «ad Skla".

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