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PAGE TEN. I'HB DA1LT COURIER, CONN 2LLSVILLE, PA. MONDAY, FEBRUARY JO 1930. Fjrtij « Fh W -jr* If jTVf J · This Page Is. Fall Of Live Live Uatltr fflunrter CLASS! FIKD INFORMATION 411 ads, wo restricted to their proper classification and to the regular stylo of typo. - 'Che publ!«hora reserve the rlg-ht to odlt o r ' V D j e c t any classified advertising copy, K TOrrors In advertisements should be reported immediately. The Courier will not bo responalbla 1'or more than one I n c o r r e t t Inacrtlon. CJtUirged nda. for responsible P a « 10 *J w i l l bo recolvod by telaphono, and, II witliin s.ix days, cash rates will bo v e r s P ordered lor Irregular Insertions tali as the ono time rate No Ml. la t a k e n for less than a basis of t h r o o lines. Count the avernse words to tiib Hn«. An avoraffo word contains alx letters. n_,-. Ada, ordered for three or six time* and stopped before expiration will bo charged Jot only the- number of times the ad, appeared, and adjustment made 11 Special rntos ior yearly advertising upon ;-e(luei:f. CLASiSIU'IED ADVERTISING RATE*. Daily rate per Una lor consecutive insertions. Times ........... f° ° 7 0»o Three Six WHEN AND -WtnSRE TO YOUR ADS. The Ctatilfled 'Advertlslnff moflt Is situated at Courier Place. This office Is open to rec elv« a| ver- tisaraents f r o m 8:80 A. M. to 5:00 P M. dally. All ads received up u n t i l 11.00 A. M. will appear In editions the same tiy Phone Your Clnnsirted Ail. No. IS, 13 or -100. Tho Ad Taker will eladly assist you, 1C Jesirod, *o that the copy for your aa. Is prepareil In suoh a manner as to bring the greatest results for you. Classification Index Tre I n d i v i d u a l advertlbements under »i-a follow ing classification art, ar- -anged In ALPHABETICAL, order for quick reteience. 1 -- Deaths 2 -- Cards of Thanlcs U -- In Memoriara 4-- Flowers and Mourning Goods 0 _ Fuuoral DiJ colors 6 _ Monuments and Cemetery Lots 7 -- Personals jj _ RolUioua and Social Events 0 -- faoclutlca and Lodges 10 _ Strayed, Lobt. Fount! AUTOMOTIVE! -A -- Automobile Agencies 11 -- Automobiles for SsUo 12-- Auto Trucks, Tractors, Trailers lU-- Auto Accessories, Tires, Parts 11-- Garases-- Autos Sci Hire, Taxi lo -- Motorcycles and Bicycles 10 -- Rep.iirlns-- Service Stations 17 _ Wanted -- Automotive nusijuass SKKVICK-- ig __ Business Service Offered iy, a -- Whore to Dine 18- b-- iinberins, Beauty Parlors Announcements Pontlis W. I,TN-DSAT. W. Lln lsa, 36 years old, ot W h l t a e t t , died S a t u r d a y at t h e Uniontown Hospital of co-mplicationa result- frotMi a roce'it, appendicitis operation. Besldas h n widow, Mrs, Pannl« Mao Wndsay, be is survived by his m o t h e r , Mrs. No tie Collier, and the f o l l o w i n g trbthei 3 antl sisters. William K.^T^ovl I/, Oil/ford O., Mrs Kaymoml IToffer, Mrs. Ma ton Olbbs and Miss Nettle Mao I.l,irdf ly, all of Wliltsett. Tho body was removed to ths home ot a sistet;. Mrs Raymond Hoff«r In TJnlontown, Tile CuncVal sai i-ico will bo held in the Hoffer homo Tuesday at 1 :!!0 and at 2,30 o'clock "at Ht. Jocolb's .Lutheran Church, German township. Burial bo In the church cemetery. MRS A WA C. VOSS Mrs A n n a C ^OtrS, 8i yoars old, one of the oldest r e s i d e n t ? ot T n t o n t o w n , died 8uniltix of c mp!icatlons due to advanced age. In Ueinorfiim WlflPKHY--In l o v i n K memory of our cloai fatlior, A t h u r U Whipkey, who died t h r e e years ago today, February 10, 1SC7. CJono but not f o r g o t t e n , A precious onr f r o m us hag gone, A voice we l o \ o d Is stilled. A place Is vat int lit our home, 'Which never t a n be flllad. Sadly missed iy his children. Floivcrs anil Mourning Goods 4 WBP0ING BOUQUETS -- And f u n e r a l designs at reasonable prices. A l p h a Floral Company, Florists, 100 IVest Crawford avenue,,* Phone 1156, Strayed, Lost, Found FOUND--Key rinpr, in Friday, January 31st, on Coitejjo avenue, near hospital. Owner rmi h ivo «iamc by railing at Courier Olflrf anl !dentlfyir\K key ring and payl .g for ad. STKAYK1), [,Of- r--Or stolen, from my place, a bird dop. license No 7014, on WedncsdAi. Please notify Decket 1 Swink Phon 07r.. i Automotive Automobiles For Sole GOOD BUYS--lit excellent Used Cars. West Side Motor Company. West Crawfor 1 avenue. Phone 407, GOOD USKD C.VRS--At bargain prices. Hetzel-Y/ounjf Motor Company, Seott» dale. Pa. T J fl"no 470, IT Wlljt. PAY- -You to set ns first before buying- t l i a t Used Car. Evan* Motor Servic ·, West C r a v , f o r d Ave. Phone 1831 WHKN YOU \\ AN'L 1 RKAL BARGAINS --In the b e b ' of Used Cars, dee us flrit--causa wo havo them Con- nellsville-Olcl imobtle Company, Mast Apple street P h o n o 574. ·WK HAVE V O U l t FAVOHITE MODEL . e -- k 10-- Building unI Contractlne UO- Uloarilns. Uyeing, Renovating 21 _ Jjrojsmaltins iBd Millinery »j _ lleatius, Plumblas, RoofliiE ·ju _ Iriaiuanco and Surety Bon la ill -- liiundeiinK ..;, __ MoviriK. Trucking, Storage ay _ Painting, Papering, Decorating o- __ p r i u t i r e , Kngraving, Binding as -- Professional Services «U _ Repairing and Rortnlshinff ao-n-- Awnings and Upholstery ;tO -- Tailoring and Pressing » j _ -Wanted -- Business Service NO MATTER-- What y o u r choice of a. car iiiuy bo we have y o u r l a \ o r l t p model. And it has boon thorouerhlj' ovorhauliHl, e t l n l i n e d arid r e p a i n t e d to such n l ?ree of s m a r t nesa It's 4"st l i k e the rPw thing. Buy one of our Una.] t, d e p e n d a b l e used rar.s for p r o f i t am!'pleasure. Small d o \ \ n payments an 1 terms to suit, iPONTlAC CABUIOLET--Not a squeak or a. r a t t l e t^w j m l r i t , new' tires--- a smooth r n n n l n K 1 l i t t l e car $025 OHRYSIiKR SilDAN--Appearanre ar-d condition of this car la l i k e n o w . Has had very l l t l l e useajjo $313'LO^niKNT-- 32 _ H e l p W a n t e d -- Female ;·,,; -- Help Wanted -- Alalo Bl _ I X o l p -- Malo and Female y-, __ Solicitors, Canvassers, Agents U6-- Situations Wanted -- Female ,57 _ Situations Wanted -- Male WWANM VI--- ·tg -- Bu- Inrss Opportunities y«-- Investments, Stocks. Bonds 40 _ Money to Lioan, Mortgages ·I0-a--t'an»ily Loane 11-- Wanted -- '£0 Borrow I V I' I t U t Tl ON -- .(·^ _ Cm retpondonco Courses 41-.J. -- jUscellaneoua ·10-- I n s t i u c t l o n Classes .j t -- Muslra.1, Dancing, Dramatic 45 -- Private Instruction ·ID-a -- Private Instruction -- Kuslu 46 -- Wanted l u a U u c t i o n UVJUSTOCK -47 __ Dosa. Cats, Other Pets 48-- Horses, Cattle, Other Stock ,10 -- Pciullry, Egga and Supplies r,0 -- Wanted -- Llveitock, ligga aiiaHCMANUISJS -- i lil -- Articles for Sale 51-a -- ]}£irter and Jflxchango ,'ii; -- Poits and Accessories Ki -- Building Material. r,4__£ and Olttoo Equipment 05 -- Farm and Ualrj Pioducts ^,-.,1 -- ji'j.rm Equipment -,0 __ Fuel, Feed, Fertilizer 57 -- Good TlilflgB to Eat O g -- Honieroade Things 5U -- Household QooUs yd -- Jowelry, Watches, Diamonds Ul -- Machinery and Tools ua -- Musical Merchandise (j;;-a -- Uadlo Biulpment ti;i -- Soods, Plants, Flowers l) -- Specials at the Stores {15-- W e a r i n g Apparol 06 -- Winled -- To Buy ' IHKjMS \N1 UOAR» -07 -- Hooms W i t h Board 08 -- Ilooms, W i t h o u t Board 80 -- Rooms, for Housekeeping 70 -- Vacation Places 71--Wooro to JSat 71 -- Where to Stop in Town 73 -- Wanted -- Rooms or Board m;-t»j FSTATH KOH HKXT -71 -- Apartments and Flats 75 -- Business Places for Rent 78 -- Fmms and I^ands for Kent 77 -- lliiuaos for Kent 78 -- Olttre and Desk Room 70 -- Shore, M o u n t a i n , l^ake for Rent 8l -- S u b u r b a n , C o u n t r y for R a n t 81 -- \V tinted -- To Rent JIKAI. JTS.TATK l-'OJt BALK -K -- Brokers in Koril Estate 82 -- Business Property for dais la -- F i t i m u and Ij,i.nd for Sale M -- II jusea for Sal« «') -- L.ots for Sale Jg -- si ore, M o u n t a i n , Lak.6 xoi Salo 87 -- S u b u r b a n toj J.4ale 88 -- To Estato 9--\\ a n t e d -- I t e u l Kstate A V I Tl O .V -- I. KG A L -- SiO-- A lolUmoers, A u c t i o n Sales ill -- i, j,ttl Notices Automotive Ante Ac'cossories, Tlreh, Parts 18 SI/lO-HTIjY lUSfflP AUTOMOBri-TB AC- CBysORIKH--Wo have moat anythin. you may want tor y o u r car or truck Batteries, tlrea, like now; windshields; aprings, etc. You ca-n't get lower prlcea, so don't try. We pay cash for your old worn out oar. Fayette Auto Wrecking Co., McCo-r- mlck avenu«. Phono 88, Kapalriiif;--Service Stations 16 GAL-LEY'S 3UCO ANH BODY SHOP-- Body and Fender Repairs-- Iuco and top work. Wa save you moivey. Phone 107U. HYD«AU1,TC BRAKE' EXPERTS--We k«ow them f r o m "A to K." Satisfaction Guaranteed. Ijoavo us adjust I n o m for you ati a very reasonable rate. Karl Kesslar Garajje. Kear Hhodes Motor Co., West Crawford avenue. Plione 2038. "JjOOK.!" $2.75 YOU CAN GUT YOUR CA.R WASXfED YOUR CAR, POLlSlteD YOUR CAR GRJ'iASED ALiIv THIS WEEK FEB. 10th TO 15th Flvij Dollar Job f o r only S?.73. Ta.k« of this orP"*cunlty at one*. W.E SAVE YOU MONET ANP SKRVE YOU BETTl-JRI FCRESTOWK SERVICE STORKS. 3NC. W. APPL.B ST , OOR. MJ^ADOAV LANK PHONE "21." Bueines* Service Business Setiieo Offered Points of Interest P)very line on this page is full of points of i nterewt to n any people. Every ad is pointer 1 leading t j satisfaction and economy for readers as T* ell as advertisers. Invest sparo minutes in i eading here and earn big interest. Always I Different--In Opportunity The A-B-C- Classified Ads A3way:- the Same--In Service Financial Family Loans 40-A NE1B0 MONKY QDK ICUT? 24 Hour Courteous ! On CASH IXW.NB Up ' 'o J300, KMAtX, MONTHLY PASTM '3NTS -- Come In for f u l ! Infortnallon- Just Phone, "M" or w r i t e TOUR IfEATINO- SYSTEM MAT NOT BE -- Giving you statsfactlcn at this time of tho year. II so, let me pay you a visit. My advice coslu you nothing, A. R. BOYBR WARM AIR HEATING PHONE SOS. Cleaning, Dyeing, Hen o ruling 1 SO SJ'ECIAJ-. FOR. ·WTBBK, FBBnUA~RY 10th TO loth--Three noekttcs c l e p n c a absoHitcly free w i t h each 51 50 Job. Connells\ llle Cleaners nail JDy«ra Phone 180. Heating, 1'lumhlug, lloollng 23 BEATERS! FURNACES! Repaired a.;id cloaneJ. A i l make.? "From W h i t e It'u l i i g h t " US South PlUsburg- .St. For scrvlcu, plioim G1.S-J. PERSONA C, FiTCANCtl 11S WEST CHA^VPOBJ^ At BNU3S, OIT5T Instructio Prlvatit Infetructlon-- Music GIBSON SCHOOL--Of J naic. Now I oca tod, ne%v !iorD«, · b a v e ICurti J o w e l r j Store. P.'jone93( InstructorB in l j !aiio, U a n j o , Mana )lm, Guitar, Ukulele, f-ttxophtiue and Trumpet, Live Stock I'oultry, Su plics 49 BABY CjnCK.r -- Plaio yoi r ordra now l o i fciiriiu: d e l l v c r N , ai /oucka flar.l- wai-o Store, UH West C a/wford a v u n u i . I'hone 130. QUALITY PI^tTUBING-- And lieating- ^tlllara ·Seller'* Company, South P U t H b u r R St. I'honc IMC Prompt Service. Merchand se Articles for Si le ei WARM AIF; SBCOND HANU -- With r "wr radiator, lot aale t-irga rncmg'h to he»,t a. six r o u m lioilstt, Pri ;o reaao table. A. K BOYBJ Ptit-NlJ 302 Fuel, Ftxsd, Fert Ibicr COAL--Buy Wasdilng'tOTi Run coal at cash prices by truck H vd delivered. Screened eon! 35c bu Run of Mlns 13i- bu K iicli coal tic b i. Phone I'-'S-J ID t h e City «il oiu low ESSKX "0" COACH, 192S MOIn.--Tt e OUAXJ.TY Pt,U»rniNG -- And quality llrturen, a t v u r y moderate prlcta. Phono "1710" f o r prompt aurvicb. Cypher and Son, N o r t h Second Ktreel. [nsurancu anii Surest) i3 best buy price i^VTULt C'OKlf O COAL--12c delivered, [lo a! t)ir m IB, Wtest Sld« Coal C»ta\j\ny, N i n t h itreet. corner LolBciirinff a v f i u r . P) m« 3975. IIL T rSON COA nr, !»2C -- New D u r o p i m t . now t l i c f c , n iw heat cover's. Hudson In t ils section ..... , . S250 COUPE -- N e a t npp-aram:» Well taken i are of P i i c o . ..... CIWHVROIjET TRUCK -- Design oil for usp of Bah T, Butcher, Grocer or Tailor. 10^ model, panel body..$/?73 M E A N S I SJSO CAR MAHK10T Tratlca! O ei Evenlngn! Torino! 131 SOUTH EJGHTU ST. PHONB 4'iz. SDK ntB N15\V NASH STRAIPrllT BIGHT EVAN? MOTOR COMPANY EAST OJtAWVOHD AVB , PHON15 7T. GET ACQUAINTED NOW! With Tho City's Beat Buya In EjiceJlont Used Cars. LIVESTIOATlSt The offers Dated il'ere And ,Si\"o- Y o u r s e i t Money CARS 11)28 ( T w o ) Chevrolet Coarhos. 1028 Chevrolet Coupe, 1020 C h e v r o l e t Gubrlolct, 1020 Chevrolet Coach 1928 OhO'roi.H I H - t o n Truck. 1027 Porn, Tudor Sedan. 1»2S C J h c s r o l e t Cabriolet. 1925 Oakland Coupe. TRUCKS O N E TON T R U C K -- C h e v r o l e t , in best of condition. Has f o u r speeds--for- w a r d t i a t i ' iiilsaion ONE AND ONE-HALF TON TRUCK-Chevrolet, w i t h Dual Hear Wheels. j MASON MOTOR COMPANY Trader--Open S u n d a y a--Terms WEST APPLE STRKET. PHONE 103. 3NSURANCE--'We w r i t e It right." All kinds. Cook and I a u | r l i l J n , TJIC , ]n.quranoo, uOO ! Buildlntf. Phone WO. J N H U H A N C K -- A l l k i n d s , etccptlnR- l i f e . Bertha C u n n l n K h T i i i , I n 1 - , N o t a i y Public. i'X. Klrat N n t f o n a l Bank T ' l i o n o loti. lies Household Go M!H FOR SAI..K--Adil'i»{f mm l i n e , roll top tickle, Hoot- a l i o w caic Hat top d u a k and o n r h l R h toj) d-f i; three wall tiutf") ami one ! ark wa rale sulttthlp foi barht s f h h o p u r r o n t * c t i o n n r y H l o r p JHiil'.i K n i a B O J-" Kii'H 1'each street J ' l t ' i u o »0. TIIMMI'JRMAN r N S S l f R A N C K AVben we survu--1'ou sa/e T e l c u h o n o 1594. *·· ' -· ' ' ^ 'I'rticKlng, CUXJTTKt,TY'S TRAVISFKR-- Local anTl long distance Opp A r l i n g t o n Hole] i Phono 842. Residence -UOi-RInK- i-' MacDonalil'H Di ughtef- , Star ou IIocl .oy Field! Tailoring simd i'resslng UO R1CHMAN CLOTH3CS--All «22.t0, Sold only by Slmou.s Cash and Carry, Phono 100S. Employment Help Wanted--Male M-V.K13 ?r,0 WRK1CI-.Y---Book ordc-is f o i N u r s p r v Ktock a n d n i i o .iKculb, l'J\- cluslvo I r r r K o r v l''i co o u l l l l Writs today. I Q m m o n s C o , N a v v a i k , N'e\s York. WANTED--Boyw f r o m » to 14 la d e l l v p i and sell P i c t o r i a l U o v i c w Slttga/ilne. Ceill at i!09 N o r t h C o L t a g r a v e n u e on M o n d a y and Tt,sday, irom 4 to T P, M. W A N T E D -- N e a t j o u n g man over a,~» \ v l t h car f o r steady position, -K I l l i o p p o r t u n i t i e s . Mo experience nned"'d Li aw IfJIO per week lo start. See Mt. S m i t h , Thursday, Y. M, u. A., Scottdale, Pa. W A N T K D -- Two men over 23 who arc dissatisfied w i t h present earnings and o p p o r t u n i t y Old rstaJjllshed concern. P e r m a n e n t w a i k w i t h f u t u r e t o m e n w h o q u a l i f y . W r i t e R, B. Smith, 805 P u O p l c b J3ank Bide", McKoo.gport, Pa, i KC i'OU ON1I of the satisfied mono} art, w h o uso t h a claasllled U u U t THE I R'S SATISFACTION for both * d v c r t i s o r and r e a d e r In o v a r y clasal- TKI' IS A RBAI, BHAXD N13W NKVi'm B K B N DRIVEN A S A V I N G S Ol-'-- $J3000 ON THIS--]· «i\- Town Sedan. j i r l n a of $'.iH5.0l), has b e a n cut to $T.i3 Oh! lioj-! W h a t a hariculn. Can be ))ouertit tli o u e h our Kuay Payment 1'lun, WBU'I i t K I M B R MOTOR CO. WKST C K A N V K O U D A V f PHONE IOC. YOU N'KK 'N'T W O R M Y if y o u r cook l o g i c s j o u f i i l d u i i l j . O t l i e i s are a l i w i j a l i i b t t m t l y av i l l a b K ) it o u uat 11 clasol- 1kd ad, SJtnntfoiiB Wanted--JL«'omiile !5fi WANTED--Position as h o u s e k e e p e r lor w i d o w or or couple. j\..dres.s Box IJOO, C o n n e l l b v l l l u . | Slhiatioiis ^Vnntod--Mule 87 I WANTKL3--Steiuli Job by m i d d l e aged ' w h i t e m a n , w i t h f a m i l y . Good me- uhanli; and tan do most any k i n d ui W i l t f Bux 25, ca?a C o u r i e r ' K K K P IN TOUCH with onportunily. Read the cl. b a l i l c d ads u . c r y day. A VITALLY I M P O R T A N T pal t ol o v e i y day'k n e w s Is l u u n d in t h u olassl- iistl ads. TIIIURE'S A I'J.AC 1 !!; f o r c v e r y t l i l i i , ' and o v e r y t h l r i g In In its placi- I n t u Indexed ClasiiUied Section i TUBS CLASSIPllSD KECTIO.X is a f r i e n d In need tij h u n d r e d s uf p t u i l e e \ e i y day, WK K N O W Tli AT if you k n o w n l i a l we K n o w about tho service g i v e n by classified ads you c e r t a i n l y make s u r e of k n o w i n g about all t h e o p p u i u u i l l i r i they oiler each day. VIlsi Sheila MaeDo 'laughter of Premier Donald, piehnvd in lit O'd'oul, where bh iind hockey star. W and sistor Ibltbel pelves with politics, 1 joys the sports a) bxfonl aid, younger llamsay Mac- hockey outfit) is a student lilo her father oncern tiiem- OSB Sheila cn- d stiuliefl s.t Merchandise Radio Equipment 62A BOSCFt RADIO -- Screen-Grid. JSTee domonatrutlon. Kadio Service Co., 135 South PitUfburg »trjet. Phone 1785. KD1SON AND PHIIX2O--Radios. ITrea deraoii3tra.tiona. Thomas J. Lleb, 112 West Apple street. Phon« 1962. 1625. AND SJ3KV1OU -- Phone THB MOST MCXDBRN SCREEN GRID RAJJ tO--Stewart- Warn or. DOES your radio give you any trouble? If so, phontt "10-1." Wo repair all makes of. radios. A. A, Clarke Drug- Store, North Plttsburg street, TH B3 NEW MAJESTIC RADIO -- Come in and bear U. CJojde Tiro and Radio Co., Ka-»t Crawford nvenue Phone 1O. Specials at Lflfc Stores PRISBKE HAHDWAKJE COMPANT-- "Kverythlnff In," We savu you dollars Soo as flrst. 134 West Waated--To Buy CUEAN WlilTiS RAGS--Wnntod. Will pay Oc per pound. Courier Company. WANTISD TO BUY--Flat top typewriter desk with typewriter com- part.nient at side. Cail Offls, Courier, Real Estate For Rent Apartments and Flats iTOR RKNT -- Furnished a.partm«nt, centrally located. Modarnly convenient. Call 1417-J after 3 P. M. Business Places s'or Kent 75 STORE I«XM--At 100 W, Apple St. Suitable tor any atore. 10x40. Inquire c and lOc Wall i'ap«r Company- Honfies tor Kent A MODEfRN BRICK HOMM OK -- K i f r h t rooms ajid two bath-s. Jl UirCf Jinkiheci rooms In attic. Alao IXulshpU relUir v v l U ) a n o w steam h c A t i n x ftyatem, and n Iludd In- stantanouus hot water healei. House in i cry t^ood condition. Lxjcated on "VVeat Bidp, 201 North Fir^t s treoi Ucnt3 at $30.00 per month. I n q u i r e Auction-- Legals Legral No-ices I News'of the Courts A D I I I N I S T J t A T I l J X ' A'OTICE. J' f-j Y o t r n k l n . A c t o M i f t . KSTATK Ob' H A U l l f I! N I O T H , L)]:-| orj-j^oO -Letter., ot A d m i f t l s l r a L I u n on the Estate of H a i r y R N o t l i , in? of ( l i u City of C o n n e l l a v l l l o , C o u n l y of K a y e t t o and .Slate of Ponnsyl varila, tXco isd, having been f?ranlMl the u m l p i B i n n e d , notice Is hereby filvcri to all p n s m i h i n d e b t e d to said K s l i t i 1 to malf !m- rnodUlto payment, and to tho-io h a v i n n claims a g a i n s t the s me to p r o h i b i t them, p r o p e r l y a u t h e n t i c a t e d , f o r s e t t l e - ment. Marv K N p t h , ll'-i 1C if-t Pn n h ."Urict, Connr l l t i v l l l n , P o m u y l v a n U . I O f C ' » - 6 l - m o n . KXHCTJTO1VS OTIC'K. "W. C. McKnin, A t t o r n e y T3STATK OF MAR-J A KKTvI^T, DK- ccascd betters on the Estate or Mary A. K l l y , lain ot t h e I City of Connellsvlllc tVivctto C o u n t . .·, Paiuxsylvania, docca.s (I, liavinfir bien granted to the untloi signed, n o t i c e la hereby given to all p l r.son» indebted t o Raid e»tato to make i m m e d i a t e payment, and to thos- having r l a l m s nffainnt tlo sajno If prcseril I b o m , prrtporly authenticated, for BPlt'.cmont. Philip A. McMahon, Executor. P. O. address, 136 Appto sli eet, Comicllsville, Pa. 27jan-0t-mon. KXIBCTTTOR'S NOTICK. Shelby, Hackney Ray, Attornoyi. ESTATE OF SWAYNT3 fl'ARPICR, late of Connellsville Township, Fayeltc County, Pennsylvania, decoahrd, I^etrers tostamentary on ( h o above e s t a t e liav- lag beu granted to the u n d e r s i g n e d , a.11 persons Indebted to t h e said estate are requested to m a k e payment, and thoso havlnj? clalmn to present the iame without delay, to Colonel H. Harper, Executor. P O. Address, Connellsville, Pa. K. P. D. No 2, Bo\ 35, SCOUTS BUSY PLANTERS OF TREES IN VARIOUS SECTIONS OF THE U. S. The record of 1,003,000 trees planted by Boy Scoats laat 'ear in reforestra- tion projeata tb,roiif hout the United States will b surpassod this year, according to reports received, at Scout lieadjnarters a(. New York. The largest single tree-plan ting project already n*ixrted wa; stftrled at Grays Harbor, Washingto i, wh*n oue hua- ·dred Boy Scouts bei'an the pJantiag of 100,000 Ar fcroes on a Iract n-aar th« Olyumpic Nation il I'oreet. As an aid in the roforcataUoi ol' Pennsylvania, Boy Scouts of. Scrunlon. havo purchased a 4-fl-acre tract in Wayne county as a forost prosorvo. Bo'y Scoute o£ ''low Jersey have planned 3,000 ever ;roen trees this spring at Uleir 0 ikland Boy Scout camip and win pla it 3,00-0 each, year for 10 yoars. Mor» than 6,000 irees woro plaiitod by tb Boy Srxjtzts oC Uie Nor a jo moiintaitt area noar Altus, Okla. Boy Scouts of Georgia planted 1(KI peciui trees along tho Atlanta- to Macon "Road of Remomhraivce." On a smaller scale Scoui? throughout tho country feave g ven more Uian the usual attention to freo planting both for ornamental and oomjtier't'ial par- poses, and tJb« fut ire will be largely ben«fiil«d by thoir . to The Coin lor. UNIONTOWN, Fob. _ 10.--Two husbands who objected Co their wives ffo-ing car riding in automobiles witli other men and another who didn't want his wi£o to be a bouselceopc', wore among those to whom dlvoTetv were granted by the court Saturday. Mike Stouter, car inspector for the- P. TJ. E at Newell, testified that on Armistice Day, 1028, lie saw his wife very m u c h at ttoinc in a car driven b a frHow wiitli a Detroit license. Mr Stonfer also objected to th» wife Anna Stonfer, now of GillesiHo, gonu to the homo of Mr. Bunte. Sbe wai- away so much, he Raid, ho was forced to get his meals at the Y. M. C. A They wore married in Brownsville August 26, 1027. Clyde Darrait of Ma«on±own, Jin- walb-or for the W?st Ponu, IcsliftO' ho saw hi3 wite, Huth, setting oat o a Buick car one day. They wore mar ried December 24, 1919. He alo ob jocled to the car riding and a quarr^ ensued which. finally enctod In a scp · aration. AJthough he o-bjected, Russell "V\ Gray of Chalk H1H told the master his wife Alice, now of Grindstone, i n - sisted on going out to work as :i housekeeper for a prominent moun · tain chiropractor, SJo saiii she needed the money with which to buy thin? i she needed. Gray testified. kater Gra · said Ma wife admitted that ahe hal mado a mistake. They were married November ;, 3320, iU Uniontown and she left hici August 1.1, 1925, she said. Mike Baker, of Vayette City, wa 4 divorcsj from Mary Baker. They wer , married September 8, 1905, at Wheeling, W. Va. Miko said, his wife pai-i too much attention to a boarder, Jo , Stanko and when he put the boarder out his wile went, too. "I thought she wa* only fooling, biH slip fooled, mo for true," said Miko discussing his wife's departure. This happened March 28, 1020. Now Mr . Baker is Joe's housekeeper, the libe - laat testified. SBIJ^ERS AHCADB, IliONID J37-5. FIllST a'PKlOKT, NORTH, 201--Brick home of e l e v e n rooms and two bath'i. Huilable fur t w o famuli's. Ilks electric, gan stoa.m heal. Kent la v e r y reasonable I n q u i r e A K, Woffoncr a.oi Son, 10011 West Crawfard Avenue. J J honr; 348. HTRKKT, KAST, 213--South Side, Bcveii rorun house, bath, f u r - nace K e n t $45. l j hone 1317-Tt. P1TTSBUBQ STRRKT, .SOUTH, 334-- f o u r r ' j o m a-partment, p a r t l j f u r n i n l i rd Hat and witter furnlshcc!. P h o n e TRUMP AVENUE), i ) -- l-'ive room house ana bath. I n q u i r e IOU East Ore en street. ArAllTMEHTK, HOUSES, STOKE - KOUMS AND QAOAOK3 -- I n q u i r e 120 Weat Pevch slrcet. Phono -170 Illinois Leadh in Margiirine. CHICAGO, 111., Feb. 10--V/itli an output ot 152,099,5"0 pounds of margarine during the past year, Illinois led other stales ot the union m the production of thit commodity, according to figures mal« public by Dr. J. S. Abbot, secretary : f the Institute of Margarine Manufn. turerp. Save money--rd the ads. JUDGE W. D. PORTER DIES IN PITTSBURG PITTSBURG, Feb. 10.--Judge William DavM Porter, preelding judge o£ the superior court of i, li«d laat night in Went Penn llosplu 1. Judgo Porter, SO years old, was a. native ol West Virginia. On July ii, 1896 Governor Daniel II Haetinga a i- pointed him to the superior bonciu Grocery Store Robbed. UNIONTOWN, Feb. 10.--Forcing : u entrance throuffh a rear window is! the wholesale prrocery house of A. 3. Craig Sons, Saturday aight, thiev vs stole between $200 and $400 in ca ,h and a'bout $300 worth of cigarets anJ tobacco. Chimney J-'lre. The Firo Deiartinent answeToii in alarm for a chimney firo at the hot 10 o£ Frank nondigt- in Bast Pea h ptreet at 4 o'clock Sunday al'l«i 1 no( n. There was no damage. Police BuUIe Strlliers. T, Franro Fob. lO'.--Pol'co ano strikeis cngagrd in a s(reot bat Jo horo jf'sterdav which resulted in. n- juries to 20 persons, including Com.- munii t Deputy Cachin. Pntronfie those who advertise. Today's Cross Word Pijzzle R.HJNT -- M o d r r n nix room Jiousr located »,t 808 Kyc-nmoro ?trect, n e w l y jjnpero'l I n q u i r e U14 Cedar a v e n u e P h o n o 58-W. Real Estate For Sale for Salo 84 FOU HAIjTJ IN Kovon room house, t w o porchos, cornontod IjuwcrnonL, stetlonary wash tubs, hot and cold watoi, u l a t e roof, warm air furnace, hath, jjas. B e a u t i - ful uU'ptrlc toturoB. Price onJv $3,7r0 $750 d o w n , balance $:lfi m o n t h You are invited to Inspect this flue h o m o today. I m m e d i a t e possession U n i o n Realty Company, Fratnuial Home B u i l d i n g , oppoMte Court House, TJnlontown. Telephone 168. GIRL BANDIT FORCES TAXICAB DRIVERS TO SHED THEIR CLOTHES CIirOACrO, Feb. 10.--Two mora Chicago faxicab drivers were left in a stale of shivering, ennbarrassed disli- abillo by the young woman bandit wlio delights in makiilg liar Tiotlnw undress in the Rtietft, Slia hati a new boy Hiieiul to help her ro'b the drivers antl compel them to shed their clothing, A man who confessed he* aicompanied her on two similar escapades earlier in iho week was captured by police. Airmen Believed Drowned, fi'S, Fob. 10.--Pilot Bfiy- nan Id a iwl I ho two members of Ills crow la a nmll seaplane from Algiers Lo Marseilles arc believed drowned in a ptorm ol£ l'o-riignan. 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