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'-.PACK EIGHTEEN. THE DAILY COURIER. ; CONNELLSVILLB,' PA. FRIDAY; JANUARY 21, .1938. Courier Classified Advertisements . . . . Fof Quick Results -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. Ads to Be Run 3 Times: Per line,. 7c cash; So charge. Ads to be Run G Times or More: Per line, 6c cash; 7c charge. 1 and 2 Times: r= Per line, 9c cash; lOc charge. - .-·-..-' These Rates.Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. .- There are'-five (5) average words to each line. "Cards : "of Th^ks^Spc^'FlatRate. :. £ f rr::· ^~.-·--·:·· - ; Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker. ^'^y^Timeslpr. the'Price of Six!--Special ::-Err~~r.'"";|\io Ad; Is Taken For Less-Than a Basis-'of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Card of Thanks ''-·-'.''· Z WATSON--We take this mcnns of thank- · InK our many friends and nclshbors tor ' ~ the kindness and sympathy extended us · during our recent sad bercavemcnt,--tne - - sudden death of our wife and mother,. .. Sirs. "A^na.E. Watson. Especially do we · wish -to thank" those who sent the beautiful ·flowe~rs. those who so kindly furnished w cary and all who assisted us in^any way. A^_G. Watson and family. · Flowers and · Mourninc Goods ., ; BASKETSy«i_SP,flAYS ' :. V AT REASONABLE PRICES! P. R. DoMUTH SONS ' ..-"' . v:.~. SCOTTDALE--BM. .'.*.'., Funeral Directors --SIBEL. FUNERAL HOME-- · "The Last Word In Funeral Scrvlco." CALL. CONNELLSVILLE 150. Personals MEN!--Get vigor at once! New Ostrcx Tonic Tablets contain raw oyster In- vlgorators and other stimulant*. One ~ dosc~pcp5,"up - organs." elands, .blood. ' HeBular-prlce'-Sl. Special price 89c. . CalJ. wnlc'Unlon Drug Co. -"Strayed, Lost, Found -·" "-10 ·LOST OR STRAYED--English Setter, fc- . ~xnalo.~-Rbward forllany-Information or ~ --Pike.- -Phone 4118-R-3. · S23 reward. ;LOST-/Fruek tire nnd--rim. 32x6. U. S t.Zfidyal. between "IsabcllaV Road'" anc "Sijydcxtown. noward. .Tissue- Service --Station/West Side. ·-- Y--Finding watch on lavatory · In ·..fiBlcV'. wash room ' at Solsson. Theatre "Please .return .to 'Box Office. Reward . l a c k a n d white EnfiUih Setter ·-male. Phone 9G82. · . ·LOST--Four year old male Beagle Hound ^finder please.call 773. '.~s Automotive Automobiles (or Sale -O.-K." USED CABS ' NOW ON DISPLAY '. ON OUR USED CAR LOT ; WEST CRAWFORD' AVE.. ' ; NEXT TO WERTIIEIMER MEN'S STORE ' A N D ALSO , ; INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREET. '. : MASON MOTOR COMPANY. . ' · · Open Evenings , 'till 8 o'clock. · . Open Sundays "till 6 o'clock. ; , PUONE 103. MODEL USED CARSI HETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO. SCOTTDALE. PENNA. PHONE «07 -· GOOD WILL USED-CArO. . . '-· BENNETT MOTOR SALES. 258 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234 '-I" FINE_LATE_MODEL .USED.CARS E. E. VAN SCOY. INC. 259 E CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE M3 Auto Trucks, Tractors, Trailers 1 FOR SALE--2 Sterling Trucks. In excel lent 'condition: also hauling contrac Sacrifice price to quick buyer. Ca Pcrryopolis 2571. « THE CLOSER you suck to classiDc ad* the closer your money will stick you and the farther it will go when yo cpend It. --· · " -- \ Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 Automotive Autos,. Accessories, Tires, Tarts 13 · . USED CARS! --that offer dependable transportation at economical prices. . .... 930 Ford Tudor Sedan S-73 -cylinder model. Plenty of miles per · gallon. _.'... : 930 Ford Tudor Sedan 7. - $99 930 Ford Fordor Sedan ...'. $7S 'cLuxc model with. i;4-cyllnder'engine. 930 Ford~Coupc '..'. $99 cylinder model In exceptional condition. Take your ."choice! Our' Easy Payment Plan will help you own any of thcml Other Unusual Bargain* Include: 937 OldM-noblle 4-door DeLuxc Sedan. Low* Mileage. Like New. 936 Pontiac 4-door Deluxe Sedan. In perfect condition. 1935 Pontiac DeLuxc Coupe. -; : 1932 Plymouth Coach.-; . 937 Ford Deluxe Cabriolet.. Used as a ., .demonstrator. Has n/.ttcvrcar 1 _.. guarantee. - - - · [537 Ford Fordor DcLucx Touring Sedan; __Also a demonstrator. Low mileage. ~" ". " VLlNcw car 'guarantee. ' . ', We have tjic kind of Used Car you "want ·'-at a price you can afford to pay.'. 1935, " 1936. 1937 models of Fords. Chcvrolels. Dodges. -Oldsmobllcs. Bulcks. -All re- · conditioned and ready to go! ALL CAH CHAINS .' '. 14 OFFI ALL CAR HEATERS ...:....Vt.. OFFI STORAGE BATTERIES (BXC1I.) S3.39 MOTOR OIL. 2 GALLONS 79c ALCOHOL. PER GALLON 59c BRAKE LINING. FT JDc-UP LINED BRAKE SHOES .: 22c TURN SIGNALS :;. S7.9S AMBER LENS 7c MARKER LIGHTS 1!C REFLEX REFLECTORS 49c LOWEST PRICES--INSPECTION NEEDSI GOLDE TIRE Si RADIO COMPANY. 120 EAST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 10. ·;Don't Buy Any-New Car You've Seen The ·'··/ 1933 Models Of The Until FORD.V-8- LINCOLN ZEPHYR The World's-Bcst Terms! ·Very' Good Trades . .' And Demonstrations! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY . AUTHORIZED FORD and LINCOLN . . DEALERS . WEST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 407 Open Evenings! Open:Sundaysl Compare O'lr Used Car Prices! 1935 Terraplane DcLuxe Sedan. 1934 Tcrraplano DeLuxe Sedan. 1934 Terraplane DcLuxe Coach. 1934 Plymouth Coach. . 1034 Ford DcLuxe Sedan. 1933 Plymouth DcLucx Sedan. 1933 Chevrolet Coupe. 1933 DcSoto Coupe. 1933 Terraplane DcLuxe Sedan. 1930 Chevrolet Sedan. 1929 Oldsmoblle Sedan. E. E. VAN SCOY, INC. . 259 E. CRAWFORD AVENUE, PHONE 243. THERE ARE many thing* obtalnabli through tho Classified Ads that It woul bo difficult to set In any.; other' way. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 23 $· 2T.. S., 28:.. ZS 34 the business 22--Turned to 1--A cold dish 20--An Indian.pt '·· of greens a Shoslione- and dressing an tribe 6-- Buddies 10 -- Rub out U-- Writing fluid. Three of a 12 21--Disclaim 23--Drtr.k (dial.) 25--A snare 26--Papa. ' ' :. . ·27--Leap -about ~ of another H--A dance icolloq. I 1?--A barge 18--Measures of capacity another course 24--Gained 26--A part 28--Greasy 29--To border kind at-one 28---Short poem birth '··'· -atlon · · . 15--Advertise,. . ment 16--Endeavor 17--Diminutive of Thomas 18-- Ner ~- 19--Confllct"- betwcen nations ".' DOWN 29--Exclama- - - tlon of grief 30--Type meas- ... -- ure . 31--Undrcssea 34--Fifth note of the scale . 35--Evolve - 36--Abounding with stonet 37--Dishearten -19--Covering of 31--Put on : false hair 32--Short poem ·20--Torrid · 33--Varying 21--To lower and weight of -· - raise quick- India . ly. as a flag 34--Thus Answer to previous puzzle I--Cotort'c . ' 2--Marshal' . 3--Deposited .', .4-^VIpor -· ·;; 5--Tracts of ·· land «l ·' mouths of -Urn rtvcio ' 6^-Compassion' 7--An ounce, ~~ r-rAH correct icolloq 0--Vigor 13--Short trips to discharge" Business Service Business Sen-ice Offered IS OILS--Ana makes minor adjustments oh any- scwlnc machine In' your home. Parts extra. Phone 890. . Troutman's. PIIOLSTEIUNG. AWNINGS -- FUBNI- TimE REPAIRING. QUALITY WORK. Call FISHEH. Phono SMS. Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KIND EXCEPT LITE. AYETTE REALTY CO. PHONE 1375. T. D. GARDNER. MGR. (SPENDABLE INSURANCE--All kinds. Sco mo for rates. James R. Laughlln. Insurance. 309 First National Bank Building. Phono 520.. Movlnc, Trucking, Storage 25 DULL'S TRANSFER STORAGE. ~ocol and lone distance moving. Every oad Insured. Modern storage for housc old goods. Wo do cratjnn /or shipment y rail. Phono 50. 122 East Peach street. Printing, Engraving, Binding 27 E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUR PRINTING WORKI Letter Hendsl--BUI Hcadsl for Rent Cards!--For Salo Cards! Calling Cards!--Hand Bills!--Blndlngl No Trespassing Signs For Satal All Work Guaranteed! At Reasonable Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. 'HONE 65. COURIER BLDG · OR PHONE RESIDENCE. 01. Professional Services 28 CORRECT FITTING TRUSSES-- Elastic Hosiery and other surgical appliance* A. A. Clarke, PH. C. Druggist. 323 North Plttsburg street Phone 1M. E. F. FITZGERALD. O. D. D. O. S. OPTOMETRIC EYE SPECIALIST. WOOLWORTU BLDG. PHONE J25-J Repairing and Rcflnlshing 29 ELECTRIC CLEANERS--And washing machines overhauled. Wringer roll and parts furnished for any make Phone 4104.R-22. Jno. H. Work. Employment Help Wanted--Female WANTED--Experienced Kir! for house work. Can go home nights. 204 Wes Grccn'street. Help Wanted--Male 'LIVES--there a man.with ambition i dead' that never to himself hath sail I'd like to have a business of my own. Many thousands have found a Wntkln Dealership the answer to their fondcs dreams. 10,000 are now operating the own business as Watklns Distributor of everyday home necessities. We ha;. an opening In Connellsvillc for a r liable person^ Business established, r investment required. We · teach yo' Pay starts immediately. · If you ai 'honest, sincere and ambitious', here your opportunity. For details wrl The J. R. Watkins Company, Box 36 Newark. N. J. Situations Wanted--Female 3 WHITE WOMAN--Wants work - by U - day or washings to take home. Phon -280.- . ' ' . . - Financial Need Money 40- . Gel A Lo.in from PERSONAL Then Buy For Cash «md Savol ONLY ONE THING--Needed lo Kct up $300 here:--The ability to repay urna ' regular amounts on uny loan plan yo select. Corns in;NOW! .PERSONAL FINANCE CO. Over- McCrory'j. Stoic. Phone "- -'-.'. WEST CHAWKOHD. AVENUK. Merchandise Articles for Sale MATS FOR SALE--Courier mars at per each Can be used for lining yo 1 garage, chicken coop or out buildln of any kind Inquire at Courier Office. Merchandise ^--Temp/e B9/7ey COPYRIGHT* RELEASED BY CF^TRAI. PRESS ASSOCIATION Farm and Dairy Products 55 MR, FARMER 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 livo stock, your farm Implements, and household goods? You will find many people who want to buy the many tilings you have for sale! The Dally Courier has a -largo - rural -. circulation which makes It the popular choice among tho farmers and assures you that your message will reach the people who arc In tho market lor your products. You Will Find: Our rates In the obova Classified heading. All Classified Ads are payable In advance! Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers OAL--Run of mine, lOc and 12c bushel. -Screen, nut or lump 14c. Slack lOc. Cash on delivery- Phone 1541-M. Rcndlnc. IF YOU HAVE A STOKER--Try a load of our specially prepared stoker conl. Stone ic Work. Phone 1700. USTOM COAL--lOc, 12c and 13c delivered. George W. Kern, Connellsvillc. Phono 4121-R-ll. BEST QUALITY--9 ft. coking coal, moderately priced. Immediate delivery. Gerald Schomer. Phone 1991. COAL--Good black lumpy run lOc bushel delivered. Cash. Bros. Phone 2037. of mine Koballa GENUINE WASHINGTON RUN COAL-Win. Dull Son. Phone C'vulc. 107: Scottdale. 502: Dawson. 4037. OAL--9-tt. run of mine and screened. Prices reasonable. Prompt' delivery. Call 554. Flint. IEST CUSTOM COAL--100 bu. or over. lOc. lie and 12c bushel, cash, delivered. Joe McGlnnls, Phone 18QO-R. OFT SCREEN COKE--SO per cent coal. 3c per bushel at Old Alice Mine, bc- ttwcn Ml. Pleasant and Scottdalc. COAT--9c. lOc. 11 %c and 13c per bukhcl. delivered. 100 bushel or more. Cash. CaU Wm. McMants. Phone 1335-R. COAL--S-ft. black, run of mine coal, 7c buihol at bin, lOc delivered. Cash. Joe Otwclscr, Dawson. Phone 403G. Household Goods 5'J STORE WIDE REDUCTIONS I ON ALL FURNITURE, RUGS AND STOVES. COME INI SEEI AND SAVEI LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES. MERVIS FURNITURE COMPANY. IORTH PITTSBURG ST. PHONE 2020. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE! CHAPTER 0* 1 COULD not quite beilcvc In Jic amazing transformation In my wife. For, after all, was she not 'Miml Lc Brun? Whoso pride had made me dress for dinner? Whose humiliation had been complete ' when our poverty had been repealed to Andy? Who had Hung iback at me my dreams? So I said, "Would you hate to (leave it?" : "Leave what, Jerry?" 1 "The ranch." "Why should we leave it?" "I am afraid wo can't afford to Utay." : I saw tho brightness struck ifrom her face as If by a blow. "What do you mean?" I told her. Of our financial difficulties. Of the mortgages. Of my ' thought that if we went to New York I might make a living by my pen. If we sold the ranch wo could be, at least for a tima, comfort- 'ablc. · · "Oh, comfortable," she flung out, "is that all you think about, Jerry?" I flushed. "I want you to have an easier life, Mimi." "Like Curlylocks on n cushion-- 7 Well, I don't want It ,Jerry, why didn't -you tell me all this before?" "Because I hoped that I might save you from worry. I felt that 'l had. dragged you low enough." "Jerry," her voice was sharp, ."don't." I had no words for that, and a silence fell between us. Pierrot was ngoin on Miml's shoulder, his 'tawny plumage matching, in that amber light, the tawny flame of her own locks. At lust Miml said, hardly above a whisper, "My marriage to you has not dragged me down. It has lifted me up. Jerry." Oh, who could have expected this of the girl whom I had loved because of the proud lift of her head, her delicate poise, her pea- coek's feather? Here was a womanliness which seemed to enfold me. It was as If my soul was garmented with light. Scarcely able to speak for the emotion which overwhelmed me, I stammered, "Tell me what you mean, Miml. 1 "I can't onaly7,c it. 1 only-know. Something wonderful has waked In me. I first knew It when they brought you home to me. I could never go back to the old dc- slrcs, the old ambitions." She was kneeling now beside me. "Oh, Jerry, If you had died," she breathed, and hid her face against my coat. I smoothed die, because the good Lord let m« ive--for this " Well, after that, I poured out my heart to her. I told her of my aspirations. Of my sense of unutterable failure. "I've boon a dreamer of dreams. Perhaps, even now I am dreaming something which cannot come to pass." "Nothing can fail If we work-together." / It was settled then and there .hat we should stay on the ranch. That some day It should be a palace. Our faith would build it-not lu a month or a year, but In the years to come. For our immediate needs there was a stretch of timber land which we must sacrifice, and If the crops were good, we might tide over the winter. "But why look forward until tlic winter?" Mlmi demanded. "We will live each day to the limit." So her courage sustained me. Nothing seemed impossible. Nothing waa inclcccd Impossible with such faith behind it. In May my grandmother died, and in June my father camo back to us, and brought with him Aunt Wary. The cherry orchards were red with fruit when they arrived, and I told Aunt Mary, "The cherries match your red cape. You must wear It often." "Do you know," she told me, 'that towards the last my mother liked to have me wear It? She said It warmed her." Aunt Mary and my father were not to return to the parsonage, The young preacher who had taken my father's place had proved worthy ot tho mantle which was so gladly bequeathed to him. My father was to preach In the schoolhouse on the mountain. And he was to help with the work on the ranch. Hayes was better, but would be employed for the summer at the hotel. Dora was staying on with us.. Aunt Mary took entire charge of tho household, and Miml was thus left free to ride with, me, to' work with me, and as the fall days gave more leisure, to sit by the tire and put Infinitesimal her hair. Pierrot fluttered up and out into the- sunlight. Except for the pigeons who cooed among the rafters, we were alone amrng the. golden shadows. "Mlmi." I whispered, "I did not stitches muslin. in yards of flnc white So winter came once more, and the snow shut us In. And on Christmas morning, we lighted a candle on a tiny tree, in honor of our pmall.son--Stephen. We named him after my father. I wanted him to be like my father. And like his mother. What better inheritance could he have than that? All tho little Hayeses came down to sec tho tree, and Aunt Mary brought the baby in, wrapped In her red cloak. And Timothy Hayes said, "Ho makes me think of Snow White and Rose Kcd. If he had a fairy godmother, what gift would you ask her to give him?" He was very serious about It, so I, too, became seoious, though I felt that all the b«lls of the world should be ringing, I with a son like that; and Miml strong, thank God, and happy. But I set myself to answer Timothy, "The greatest gifts arc a simple soul, and a steadfast heart."' I could sec that Timothy was disappointed. He wanted some- Jilng more spectacular--diamonds, perhaps, as big as roc's eggs! Or icarls worth a king's ransom! * . · · It was after our son was born Jiat Miml wrote to her mother. They had had little correspondence. Sut now that she had a child of icr own, my wife felt there should be between herself and her own mother, if possible, sympathy and understanding. "I want her to know the truth," she said, "that we haven't any money. She has n right to feel hurt that we haven't tielpcd her." An answer came back Immediately. Mrs. Lc Brun was married to a man of large fortune whom she had met in Florida. Tho announcement camo in tho sama mall. "I did not tell you before, Mimi, because you seemed to have no Interest in my affairs. I was much surprised to Ond t^iat you were not rolling In wealth. Everybody hero has an idea that .fcrry has shut you up in a sort of feudal castle, and that you dine on gold plate, and have phalanxes ot servants. You had better come back to SL Louis, and let me make you comfortable. I must say, however, that I am surprised you did not name the boy after your grandfather." Miml, folding up the letter, said, "She can't understand, of course. I couldn't let her do things for me. But she means well." j She did not speak of what her mother had sold about the Senator's name for our boy. I knew that she had hidden away in her heart the memory of her grandfather, and all he had meant to her. Even In the midst of her happiness, the hurt was still there. It was when the spring came that we began to feel the pressure of the great -war. Foodstuffs wero needed. We tilled and planted. We harvested. Our crops sold. I had no time to write. I was down among my men, leading them, and at the same time learning. Miml's hens and ducks went regularly to Denver. And the trademark on her boxes of fresh eggs was a peacock's feather! We had a pair of peacocks now --the forerunners of the future appendages to our palace! They trailed their gorgcousness on what would some day be our terraces. Miml mado a screen of their feathers, set between glass, and it winked at our fire with all its scintillating eyes. (To Be Continued) Real Estate for Rent Houses for Rent 77 EAST CRAWFORD AVENUE--Nino room brick and six room frame house. East Apple street, flvc rooms and sun porch. East End. eight rooms, 2 acres ground, double garage. . PETER R. WEIMER. WEIMER ARCADE. FOR SALE I ALL KINDS O"--Used furniture Including coal, gas and combination ranges and heaters. Alao some good pianos at bargain prices. DULL'S STORAGE, a EAST PEACH ST. PHONE SO. Musical Merchandise FOR SALE--Milton player plane, good condition, reasonable. Also roll*. 113 Grant street, Scottdalc, Pa. Wanted--To Buy TWO L. C. SMITH TYPEWRITERS--At reasonable price. Write Box 23. cars Courier, statins condition ot machine, price, nd style number. CASK 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" I'EK POUND. WHY NOT LOOK AROUND AND MAKE YOURSKL* SOME SPENDING Real Estate for Sole Brokers In Kca! Estate PROPERTIES FOR SALE OR UENTl T. C. PIIALIN SO. CONNELLSVILLE, PA. PHONE 873. Farms and Land for Sale 83 48 ACRE FARM--With or without stock and machinery. Located In Lower Tyrone Township. 2^t miles West of Dawson on Banning Road. Inquire of owner, O, P. Jlifjbcc, Dawson, Pa. Phone 3015. Houses for Sale FOR SALE--Six room frame house with bath, stcnm heat. House In Rood repair. Lot 40x140 feet. 1328 South Plttsbuni street. $3,000. Robert Norris. Phone Rooms and Board Rooms for Housekeeping 69 FOR RENT--Three nnfurnisiicd rooms for llf;lit hou.sckerplnK. 1101 Vine Street, FOR UKNT--Two furnished I1«hl housekeeping rooin.s, 124 South Sixth street. ncr! Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 FOR -SALK--300 Ib. xatt. Inquire · .otllcu of First Baplfet Church. . ISii'iIding Materials 53 FOR HEMT--Six room n p u r t m v n t . Available* Ffbrvmry l^t, Steam tiojil, hot and cold water. Fret- Jnnltor service and liarhiice service. Inquire Hotter Sl Store. White Front liullcfinc, 12H No. Plttyburf! street. FOR RENT-- Apart men ts Hariiwnrc. 717 Crawfo Side. A REAL BUYI BLACKSTONE ROAD. 110-713 WEST SIDE--Twelve room double house with bath and heater, all modern. This property muit be Mild at once to settle estate. Immediate possession. Price reduced to $1.500. PAUL WAGONER 1003 W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE. 148. Auctions--Legals Legal Notices. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT letters testamentary on the estate of Martha J. Smith, deceased, late oC the City of Conncllsvllle. Faycttc County, Pa., have been granted to the undersigned, to whom all persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment and those having claims against same, will make them known without delay. Bcla B. Smith. Executor, 111 W. Green street. ConncllsvUle. Pa. Donald M. Higbcc. Attorney, 24dec-Ct-frl. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. The Estate of Maria Kiltany, late o£ Everson, Fayctte County, Pennsylvania, deceased. Letters of Administration In the above estate having been granted to the undersigned, notice Is hereby given to all persons Indebted to the said decedent to make payment to the undersigned without delay, and nil persons having claims or demands against said estate are requested to make known the same. Andrew J. Klliany. Administrator, 110 Pennsylvania Avenue. Everson, Pa. 31-dcc.-6t-frl. FOR SALE--Nice MX room house with sun pnrlor. heat, .ill conveniences. Nicely flnt.thcd nnd in good condition. W»?j.l Side. W.3QQ. Robert Norris. Phone .W5. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. ESTATE OF C. II. KEMP. LATE OF Conncllsville, Fayettc County, Pennsylvania, deceased. ^ Letters of Administration In the above estate having been granted to the undersigned, notice Is hereby given to all persons indebted to the said decedent to mnkc payment to the undersigned without delay, and all persons having claims or demands against said estate arc requested to make known the same. Howard W. Kemp. Administrator. 221 North First street. Connellsvillc. Pa. 2ijan-Gt-fri. HERE IS THE HOME YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR! CnOSSLAND ROAD--Jut.t one-halt mile | from the City Limits. Ten room house Including three acres of land and outbuildings, two bnths, electricity, new fit cam furnace, garage and laundry. Just recently remodeled and in the very best oC condition. Price Is reasonable. Inquire. Win. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 17GO. YOUR OPPORTUNITY! WILLS ROAD--Two tint: homes, modern in every respect. Green street extension, five room bungalow, hot water heat. $2.650. Very low taxes. Many rtlhcrs. I'KTER R. WE1MEK. WKIMKR ARCADE. OUR CEMENT--Sand and -gravel are of i the ihicr.t qualities. l,et us figure your! ________ _ _. ______ .,,.. requirements. Stone A: Work. Phone j FOUR ROOM APARTMENT- Inquire Smut?. d aviMttt*.*, Weit . Farm and Dairy Products 55 APPLKS--Spray«d nnd hand picked, flic pp tmsht . Soirii-i^.el potatoes, SI .25 por.baj,'. '.We deliver. 413 E. Washington Avo. Phone BG5-n. A CLASSIFIED AD t-jin find Uic rlgh\ kind of a job for the tight kind of man or..woman." painted, good condition. Anna 13, Schmltz. corner Crawford and Arch. FOR RENT-- Three or four room furnished fiparfment. 5(0 N. .Plttsburtf street. Phone 20W7-J. -Ku.shic.ss riaccs for Rent 75 FOR RUNT OK FOR SALE Shop on Gwllatin Avenue. O£dca utrcct. Cunningham Inquire 316 IT IS ONLY to tell people G-Men Recover Ransom Money And Two Bodies Continued from Page One. place to keep a man of Ross 1 age that I Ivavc ever seen." During this time Anders was nc- gotlaling with Mrs. Ross in Chicago for payment of the ransom. "Anders and Gray posed Ross, leaning ayainst a bridge post with an October 3 issue of the Chicago Daily News in his hands," Hoover ron- tinucd. It was this photograph which convinced Mrs. Ross that her husbonc was still alive and caused her to pay the $50,000 ransom. The day before Ross was killec his kidnapers moved him to the dugout near Spooncr. "The dug-out was well constructcc nnd was about five miles off a C' 1 1 I a U i N U X IlL'CL'tiSUO IU IVII pvup ic j i - 4 1 J « u where real harralns an- to be found and I try road deep in the woods. Hoover ' related. "It was built level with the ground, about six feet deop, 10 fee long and si:; feet wide. It was covered with heavy timbers, cord | A heavy iron chain was! fastened crowd will liooi) DC there. Clas.stlied ads are constantly pointing the way to real value for hundreds of people who regularly look to them Tor guidance. DID YOU LOSE your purse or case? Let us run .1 l-ost and Found nd tor you Jubt tjhonc. 11! or 13 for an ad- laker. YOUU MONl-'.Y REKUNDEU If you set the (Icalrcfl reMllt:; before your ad expires. Why not advertise that extra drciicr? inis tha to one side of the dufi-out; enlly imemted to hold vici Gray and Anders kidnaped.! Hoover indicated that At dors am Gray apparently intended to so int the kidnaping buiincsa on 'a whole ale basis and that the carefully pre- iared dug-out was part of their plan. ' The dug-out, he said, appar- ·nlly was built last summer. Borcin and his wife, Olivia, were ·Udnapcd September 2--more than hrec weeks before the Ross abduc- ion. He said there was "no evidence so ar to indicate" Anders was '.on- nected with the kidnap-murder of baby Charles A. Lindbergh, Jr., in 933, adding that he and his men had 'washed our hands of the Lindbergh case two years ago," when Bruno Richard Hauptmann was convicted. ' "We found the bodies of both Gray and Ross in the dug-out," Hoover aid. "I?oth had been shot through he head." Hoover said the number of shots t'ould not be disclosed until after he autopsy at Spooner which "probably will not be conducted for a number of days." Anders told him he killed Gray before killing Ross. "He told us they had an argument and that he knocked Gray unconscious into the dug-out," Hoover recounted. Anders said he and Ross fell inlo he pit after Gray and that Ross was njurcd in the fall. "He said ,he shot them both to put .hem out of their 'misery," Hoover said. The G-man, added that he bc- icved the story "hardly plausible." Hoover said the cache o£ $30,000 ·ansom money was found near Walker, Minn., in a typewriter box almost covered with leaves and snow. This sum and the money recovered n California, he said, accounted lor ill of the ransom money. The remainder--$5,598--Anders told him, Anders either had lost.in gambling or had been stolen /rom him. Anders made frequent trips info Chicago between September 25 and Dctobcr 10, the date on which he killed Gray and Ross, Hoover said, and after payment of the ransom went on a tour from "coast to coast." "He went first to the timber country in the Northwest, near Spokane and Seattle, where he had worked. Subsequently he was in Omaha, Denver, Chicago, Philadelphia, Washington, D. C., New Orleans and Miami. At the last point he visited the Tropical Park race track several times. Then from New Orleans he motored to Los Angeles where we caught up with him." Hoover said Anders would be taken to Chicago "within two or three days" for prosecution under tho Lindbergh law in federal court. JOBLESS CHECKS TO START JAN. 29 Special to The Courier. HAHRISBURG, Jan. 21.--Payment of benefits under Pennsylvania's new- unemployment compensation law will, begin January 29, Ralph M. Bashore, secretary of Labor Industry, 'announced today. He said: "A benefit payments section has been set up in the department to cheek on the records of all workers whose claims arc received, to find if they have the proper work record and to compute the amount of their compensation if they are entitled to it." : ·S:

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