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PAG SIX. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE, PA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1938. Courier Classified Advertisement^ · . . 1 and,2 Times: Per-Jine, 9c cash; :10c. charge^ For Quick .Results -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. ! *. -Ads to Bo Run 3 Times: ./.."'Per line, _7c-cash; 8c charge. Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c cash; 7c charge. S 'ilUa tO £U IVUU O J-IUIUEl. r=1 ^^Per line, _7c-cash; 8c charge. *-* ·v.-.- '.'-\ .;:"·;; .: .';;.l : .r These. Rot'es Are Based: On-.Consecutive Insertions. !."/",.": : "~7::TT;Z V ... There are five:'|5)::ayercige words .to'each line. "Cards of -Thanks';--SOc Fiat .Rate. ~"J'^.;;-^ ; ; ':;;.:. Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker for the Price of Six!--Special a Basis of Three (3) Lines! , ' --Announcements Card of Thanks BEATTY--Wc Uke this means ot thank. inR-oiir many friends and neighbors /or the kindness -and sympathy extended - us during our. recent sad bereavement. " the'death ol our wile and mother. Mrs.- Core Lcc Beatty. Ebpcclally do we "wish to thank'.the minister. Rev. A. «. -Mansbcrficr .and Rev. W. S. Harr, the ^pallbearers, tho singers, those who sent ".the"-beautiful flowers.' those who .so -Jclndly furnished-;cars and all who as- ""oisted us i n - a n y wayl - -- rnr.":,:...Mr: Joha/Bcatty.and Family express our sincere, thanks to our -many friends, neighbors * .relative* '. 'for : their .T.manyllacts" of .. our- recent sad bereavement, the -death ot our beloved, wife and mother.' Mr*"." Bessie" Johnson Kurtz jof^Ohlopylc. -Ps.--Wc especially give tluinkft~to Rov. · ;tv/5rkman and ltevCOverlyrthc,:slngers, ~tne"" pianist," 'thoseTvho sent -flowers, those who so kindly furnished cnrs and alt who tended to lessen our sorrow. Mr. Edward L. Kurtz and Family. STENGER--We desire to thank our many kind friends, neighbors -and :relatives for the many.acts of.kindness 'ana * b-ympathy .extended us during- our rc- · cent sad bereavement, the death of our - wife--and Smother. Mrs. Caroline. Brink; mam.Stcru;cr. Espcc'iaUyj'dejjvc wish · to-thank-those who sent flowers, those *, who'sQ kindly furnished "cars'and all . * who assisted us In any way. r '~ - - Philip Stenger-nnd Children. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 SWEENEY--We wish to express our stn- ",cere. appreciation to"our many" kind neighbors, friends·· and relatives- for · · their many, acts of. kindness and' sym« ; ;jathy\extended" us "during our *.recent* · sad- bereavement, the death of out ; .father, Mr. James .Sweeney. Especially · do,we'desire to thnnk those who sent -1hc'beautiful flowers, those who save . spiritual bouquets, those who so .kindly ·furnished cars and all who assisted-ut ."' Ih any' way. ,. . rchc Sweeney Family. Flowers and Mournine Goods 4 USED CARSl' --thai-offer dependable transportation at 'economical prices 1030 Ford Tudor Sedan $273 4-cyllndcr 'model. Plenty of miles per ! gallon. IDSO-For'd Tudor Sedan -._._.- $9S 1930 Ford Fordqr Sedan"- '......', -- $7i tlcLuxe model With a 4-cyllnder englner 1930 Ford Coupe ,,. ". 599 '4-cylinder."mod el In exceptional condition. Take your choice! Our Easy Payment " Plan-'wUI help "you own any of thcml Other Unusual Bargains Include: 1037 Old-tmobllc 4-door DcLuxc Sedan, Low Mileage. Like New. 1D36 Pontiac 4-door DcLuxc Sedan. In perfect condition. 10 Pontiac DcLuxc Coupe. V ' . V MM2 Plymouth Coach. "1937 Ford Deluxe Cabriolet.- Used as * -demonstrator. Has a new car . ·_ ,; . guarantee. 1937'Ford'Fordor DcLuxe Touring Sedan. Also a demonstrator. Low miieace. -New car guarantee. We have the-kind of Used Car you want · at a price you can afford to pay. 1935, . 1835.. 3037 models of FordB. Chevrolet*, Dodges, Olds-mobiles. Bulcks. · All reconditioned and ready to got / Don't Buy Any New Car Until You've Seen The ·'· · 1938 Models Of The · - - · · - · · V-8 LATE MODEL USED CARSl JfETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO, ' SCOTTDALE. PENNA. PHONE 407. BASKETS SPRAYS AT REASONABLE PRICESl P. R. DcMUTII SONS C*VILLE--59 SCOTTDAI-E--834 Funeral Directors - -SIBEU FUNERAL HOME-' "The Lost Word In Funeral Service." CALL, CONNELLSVILLE 150. Strayed. Lost, Found 10 WILL THE PARTY--Who took tho Brown Silk Umbrella by mistake, from the of. 1 ' iicc of tho Orpheum Theatre at the - close of the Courier Cooking School ' yesterday morning, kindly return same to Miss Lynne Kin cell, Society Editor - of The Courier. LOST OR STRAYED--English Setter, le- "rnalc. Reward for any information or ."return. R. T. LInlngcr, Springfield -Piker. ; Phone 4U8 : R-3. 525 reward, LOST--Truck tire and rim. 32x6. U. S, Royal, between Isabella Road and ZSnyilertown.- -Reward. Tissue Service -Station;-West Side. FOUND--Bluck and white English Setter. male. Phone 0682. LOST--Four year old male Beagle Hound, Finder please call 773, A CLASSIFIED AD can find tho r!gh\ kind of a job for tho right kind oi m*a or woman. THERE ARE many things obtainable through the Classified Ads that. It would bo difficult to £ct In any other way. LINCOLN ZEPHYR The World's Best Tcrmsl Very Good .Trades And Demonstrations! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED FORD and LINCOLN DEALERS WEST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 407 Open Evenings 1 Open Sunday* I Compare Our Used Car Prlccsl 1935 Terra plane DeLuxc Sedan. 1931 Tcrraplimc DcLuxe Sedan. 1934 Tcrraplane DeLuxc Coach. 1934 Plymouth Coach. 1934 Ford DcLuxc Sedan. 1933 Plymouth DcLucx Sedan. 1933 Chevrolet Coupe. 1933 DeSoto Coupe. 3033 Tcrr.-j plane DcLuxe Sedan. 1930 Chevrolet Sedan. 1920 Oldsmobile Sedan. E. E. VAN SCOY. INC. Hudson Terraplane Sales and Service. 259 E. CRAWFORD AVENUE, PHONE 243. USE Classified Ads for results! TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE / 3 ·2.0 ?_... 3-... 13 14- 4K. IS 22. 26- IS- 3-7 35 t-- To', engrave _22=5 : ;by means of . U - . , , · a -corrosive 24 -- A cruel, fluid brutal v 5-- Bulk fellow 9-- Pounce, as a 25 -- Marry bird . -. .26 -- Allow '11-- In arithme- ^S^Pronoun: ; _. . ..". tic, ..a jcipjicr 29-- Disentangle ; 12-- : Erisk energy 32 -- Form of the 13-- '·Subside . ' verb "to ba" ' 15 -- Be'fbre 34 -- A grain of a 16-- Old method " cereal grass of printing 36 -- Enemy tin- 37 -- A pismire 27-- Pcss with 38-- Trial ;short, blunt 40 -- A tributary nibs of tho Ama- 19 -- Short for zon river Emma "' 42 -- Distinctive - - ·row'torn-off 27--Dye -' " -"fragment ·" 28-^Ari-Indian of' .8--Stalk"": ~"-T..'aShbsho- ' ' 10--Aldarllng "·"~'nean tribe " 11--Warp-yarn 30--Away 14--A city and 31--Annoy lake 'port in 33--A kind of western nail with a ; " Now" York large" head '17--Boss'csl. - '35^-Male cat 18--Klndlof rock 37--The keel- 21--Swedish'coin' billed cuckoo. 23--A .number 39--Bone (anat.) : 25--Deteriorates 41--Pronoun Answer to previous puzzle 20 -- A speck systems 43 -- Bound DOWN I-- Descry . 4-- Exclama- 2 -- A soft, flex- ..... tlon to at- . ible fabric ' -tract attcn- uaed for "Ubn suits 5 -- Greek letter r-A policeman 6-^-Grow old ' T~A lone, nar. Automotive Automobiles for Sale It -O.-K.".'USED CARS NOW ON-DISPLAY' ON OUR USED CAR LOT WEST CHAWFOHD AVE.... ' SEXT TO WEIITHELMEII MEN'S STORE. AND ALSO .. .INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT J27 WEST APPLE STREET. MASON MOTOR COMPANY. Open Evenings 'till a o'clock. . Open Sundays-'tlll 0 o'clock. - ·'..". ' .'PHONE 105. '· - GOOD WILL. USED CAH3. BENNETT MOTOR SALES. ZM E. CRAWFORD AVE. PllONE 1ZM. FINE LATE MODEL USED CARS E. E. VAN SCOY. INC. 2iD B. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243. Auto Trucks. Tractor*. Trailers 12 FOR SALE--2 Sterling Trucks, In excellent condition: also hauling eontrnct. Sacrifice price 'to- quick buyer. Call Pcrryopolls 2571. Autos, Accessories, Tires, Tarts 13 ALL CAR CHAINS U OFFI ALL CAR HEATERS Vi .. OFFI STORAGE BATTERIES (EXCII.).. $ MOTOR OIL. 2 GALLONS : 7Sc ALCOHOL. PER GALLON _-- 59c BRAKE LINING. FT 16C-UP ..TNED BRAKE SHOES '_»«»«.... nw ....I.. 22c TURN SIGNALS »7.05 AMBER LENS _ «.««,,,....»__,,.« 7c RKEn LIGHTS .! 19c REFLEX REFLECTORS ..- 49c LOWEST PRICES--INSPECTION NEEDS I COLDE TIRE fc RADIO COMPANY. 128 EAST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 10. Business Service Business Service Offered 18 ;1 OILS--And makes TOlnor adjustments on any sewing machine In your home. Parts · extra. Phone 90. Troutman's. OPHOLSTEBING. AWNINGS -- FUP.NI- TURE REPAIRING. QUALITY WORK. Coll FISHER. Phono H3. Insurance and Surety Bonds ' 23 INSURANCE ALL KIND EXCEPT LIFE. FAYETTE REALTY CO. PHONE 1375. T. D. GARDNER, MGR. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE--AU kindi. S?o u:e for rates. James R. Laushlin, Insurance, 309 First National Bank Building. Phono 520. Movinr, Trucking, Storage 25 DULL-S TRANSFER STORAGE. Local and lone distance moving. Every load Insured. Modern storage for house, hold goods. We do crating for ihlpmcm by raU. Phone 50. 122 East Peach street. Printinr, Engravlntr, Binding 27 E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUH PRINTING WORK! Letter Headsl--BUI Heads I For Rent Cards!--For Sale Cirdsl Collins Cards 1--Hand Bills!--Binding I No Trespassing Signs For Salel All Work Guarantcedl At Reasonable Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE OS, COURIER BLDG ;· ;- OR PHONE RESIDENCE, SL Professional Services CORRECT FITTING TRUSSES-Elastii Hosiery and other surgical appliance* A. A. Clarke. PH. C. Druggist 323 North PlUsburg street. Phono 1M. DR. GEO. E. DULL TREATMENT OF ALL FOOT AILMENTS WOOLWORTH BLDG. PHONE "430 J .Repairing; and Rclinishlng 29 ELECTKIC CLEANERS--And' washln; machines overhauled. WrlnKcr roll nnd parts furnished for any make Phone 4104-R-22. Jno. H. Work. "Employment Help .Wanted--Fcmalo ADDRESS ENVELOPES^O.ME FOR US- Good pay. Experience unnecessary. Won dcrful opportunity. Everything Sup plied. Nationwide Distributors, : 40 Broadway, N. Y. ·WANTED--Experienced girl for house work. "Car. go home nights, 204. Wcs - Green street. Help "Wanted--Male Financial Need Money 40-B Get A Loan From PERSONAL Then Buy For Cash and Save I ONLY ONE THING--Needed to get up to |300 here:--The ability to repay srnnll. regular amounts on any loan plan you select. Come tn NOW I PERSONAL FINANCE CO. Over McCrory's Store. Phone 34. - WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE. Merchandise Articles for Sale SI MATS FOR SALE--Courier mats at Ic per each. Can be used for lining your garage, chicken coop or out buildings of any kind. Inquire at Courier Office 'OR SALE--300 Ib. safe. Inquire »t ofllcc of First Baptist Church. Buildinn, Bulldlne Materials S3 F YOU ARE--Patching that small break in the kitchen wall, or pJaaterlnjr every wall in the house, we can furnish your needs. Stone A Work. Phone 1700. Farm and Dairy Products 55 APPLES--Sprayed and hnnd picked, 50c per buslu'.. Somerset potatoes, $ per bag. We deliver. 413 E. Washington Avc. Phone 865-R. MR. FARMER HERE'S MONEY IN YOUR POCKET1 Why not run smalt Inexpensive Classified Ad Jn our Classified Section which will find u market for your farm products, your live stock, your fjirm Implement*, and household goods? You will flrid many people who want to b»y tho many things you have for salcl The Dally Courier has a large rural circulation which makes It tho popular choice among the farmers and asrures you that your message will reach the people who aro In the market for your products. You Will Find: Our rates In the above Classified heading. All Classified Ads are payable in advance! Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers COAL--Run oC'minc, IOC and 12c bushel Screen, nut or lump 14c. Slack lOc Cash on delivery. Phone 1541-M RcndJne. COAL--0-ft. Conncllsvillo coking, lump and run of mine. Pittsburgh Champ ion nut coal and largo lump. Coke, all sizes. Stone Work. Phone 1700. CUSTOM COAL--We. 12c and 13c delivered. George W. Kcro, Connellsvllle Phono 4121-R-ll. BEST QUALITY--9 «. coking coal moderately priced. Immediate delivery Gerald Schomcr. Phone 1301. COAL--Good black lumpy run of mill .'.Oc bushel delivered. Cash. Koball Bros. Phone 2037. GENUINE WASHINGTON RUN COAL-Wm. Dull Son. Phono C*vlllc. 107 Scottdale. 502: Dawson. 4037. COAL--9-ft. run of mine, and screened Prices reasonable. Prompt delivery Call 534. Flint. BEST CUSTOM COAL--100 bu. or over lOc. lie and 12c bushel, cash, delivered Joe MlcGJnnls. Phono 3B60-R. ' SOFT SCREEN COKE--SO per cent cos 3c per bushel at Old Alice Mine, be twccn Mt. Pleasant and Scottdale. COAL--9c, lOc, Iliic and I3c per bushc delivered. 200 bushel or more. Cash Call Wm. McManis. Phono 1335-R. COAL-- 9-ft. black, run of mine conl, 7 bushel at bin, lOc delivered. Cash. Jo Obwciscr. Dawson. Phone 4036. Household Goods STORE WIDE REDUCTIONS! ON ALL FURNITURE. RUGS AND STOVES. COME INI SEEl AND SAVE LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES. MERVIS FURNITURE COMPANY. NORTH PITTSBURG ST. PHONE 202 YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HEREI FOR SALE I ALL KINDS OF--Used furrjture tnclud Ing coal, gas and combination rangi' and heaters. Also some cood pianos i bargain prices. DULLES STORAGE. 122 EAST PEACH ST. PHONE 5C Musical Merchandise' IF YOU AGREE--To demonstrate I'll send you Free « big stock of actual sample?, food products, home ncccssl- . tics, etc., and show you how to. earn up · to ^$3.00 in an hour. · Blair. Dcpt. 5714. 'Lyhchburg. Va, '. . . .' . 'FOR SALE--Milton plnycr piano, ' goo condition, reasonable. Also rolls. II Grant street. Scottdale. Pa. Situations Wanted--Female 36 WHITE WOMAN--Wants work by the day or washings to take home. Phone 2CC. IT IS ONLY necessary to tell people where real bargains ar to bo found and a croxvd will soon be there. Classified ads are constantly pointing the way to real value for hundreds of people who regularly look to them for guidance. DID YOU. LOSE your purse or card case? Let us run a Lost and Found ad for you. Just phone. 12 or 13 for an ati- taker. YOUR MONEY REFUNDED If you get the desired results before your ad expires Why not advertise that extra dresycr?" · ECONOMY OF TIME.' money and effort rcsulls irom Classified reading. Wanted--To Buy 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" I'EK POUND. WHY NOT LOOK AROUND AND MAKE YOUHSKLl- SOME SPENDING .MONEY??? *·--Temp/e Beii/ey CHAPTER 55 A Y"i£AR PASSED--two, and our country went Into the war. More need now for planting, for harvesting. Our ranch assumed, all at once, a national Importance. Tho patriotism of tho men who tilled the soil was sot side by side with that of the men who fought In the trenches. No time to write! But how I lived! Wresting from tho rich earth all that It would give. Putting potatoes, cabbages, corn-sowing every aparo aero In wheat. Aunt Mary .dried and canned our fruits and vegetables. Ml ml gathered together groups of tho mountain women and .taught them to conserve. As for my father, It .was mar- vellous to see him. Strong In body and In spirit, ho tramped over the hills. Ho found remote habitations and took to them good cheer and the gospel. He took also his own Idealistic belief that men should fight for great causes. And he brought In many recruits. Another year of It, and then tho Armistice. There was tlmo now to take stock of ourselves, to Qnd that out of our dynamic energies we had won experience. Wo could go on with security. The future held for us no fears. Tho letters which came from overseas told us that Bernlco and JJonel wcro still staying on In Paris. Lionel's stories wcro attracting much attention. It was, Indeed, not long before ho wrote the book which brought him fame. Andy hud been wounded, and had been decorated for distinguished service. Olga's husband, although ho -had a German name,' had fought on the side of tho Allies. We had paid Olga what we owed her. She had not wanted to take It, but wo had Insisted. Since then we had heard nothing from her. In June, following tho Armistice, my wife and I rode up one day from our morning's work, and found Aunt Mary In a flutter. "A lady telephoned," she said. "She and her husband are coming to dinner." Dinner meant to us. at that time, our midday meal. We had, during the war, sacrificed some of our formalities, and had adopted the mountain customs. Wo often had unexpected guests. So Mlmi took tho news lightly. "Who Is it?" Aunt Mary's eyes danced. Sho was anticipating tho sensation her wurua vvuuju iimni;. "It Is your step-grandmother.-" 'Olga?" Miml's tone was Incredulous. "Yes. And Dora has stewed chicken and dumplings." I knew Dora's stewed chicken dinners. Served country style. All! on one platter. Delicious. Primitive. : ·fShe'd better add a salad," Miml directed, then hurried to her room. "I've got to dress," she said, over her shoulder. I followed her, "Don't dress, my dear." 'Why not?" 'Because you are simply stunning-as you arc." " T u n n i n g , " -echoed small Stephen who had accompanied me. Stephen had a tawny mane like Sis mother's. Otherwise he resembled me,. · · · "You are two of a kind," Miml told 'us. "saying the same things, and standing there with your iionda In your pockets." Stephen's pockets were In knickers of orango linen which matched his mane. "I liko my hands In them," was his 'somewhat smug response, "and I like to say the same things as Daddy." Miml laughed, "Well, run along now, and you and Daddy wash your hands and faces. I've got to fix my hair." Then, as she reached the door, sha said, "I wonder why Olga Is coming, Jerry?" "Perhaps, to show us her hus. band." 'She seems ablo to annex hm* bands easily," coolly, "doesn't 10?" Sho could not even then, you sec, bo quite fair to "the Ogre." When later she joined us In the living room, sho was glowing with her quick toilette. She had put on a fresh silk shirt, and woro a tie of her favorite blue, but she was still in her riding clothes. A huge Umouslno lumbered, presently, up the MIL Tho roads were, at that time, rough, and the chauffeur's face woro a look of ex trcmo exasperation. As he camo at last to a atop before our modest domicile; the look of exasperation gave way to one of Ill-concealed contempt. He touched his hat In a perfunctory manner, and got down to open tho door of the car. But I was before him, and'was saving with all my heart, "Olga, how good of you to cornel" Her florid countenance was set in more mature lines than when I had liist seen it, but she was' ocam- ng at she held out her hand to us. "Aren't you surprised, Jerry?.. And you haven't met Max?" ...:'.·;·· The face of tho man beside her was as beaming as her own. There was something': very appealing in their eager friendliness. I I am sure that Miml saw it as I did. For she put her arms about Olga and kissed her. And Olga's eyes filled suddenly with tears. ·You are a darling," she said, "to give me such a welcome." 'I'd bo a beast." said Miml, and meant It, "If I didn't" Our guests swept Into our ugly house and did not seo its ugliness. They saw only Its hospitality. Tho air was cool, and there was a littlei fire on tho hearth. Olga, sitting beside It In her blue silk gown, had a billowy effect like the waves ot tho sea. Dora, coming in and out, gazed at her spellbound. She spoke )f her always, afterwards, as "the pretty lady". She was, 1 am sure,| much moro impressed by Olga'sj blonde beauty than she had ever! been by Miml's moro delicate; charms. * Tho table, when at last dinner; was announced, was very attraoi tive with Its gray linen squares, Its centerpiece of pale marsh violets. We stood while my father soldi grace. I can't tell you how proud 1 I was -of him, with his pleasant; voice, his straight figure, and his flue head. Olga sat at my right, ana as I talked to her I was aware that she had, Indeed, found happiness. She had never been qulto at ease with her Senator-husband--with all his fastidious tastes--his aristocratic habits. She had always been self- conscious In tho society of those with .whom she had mingled, as his wife.- Sho was not self-conscious with this later love--because he was as Ingenuous as herself. She spoke of Miml, "She is more beautiful than ever." "It Is the life she · lives. Sho loves It." I could see that she was skeptical. "But sho adored luxury, Jerry. Do you think this will content her always?" "Why look ahead?" Across the table she challenged- Mlmi, frankly. "So you aro really! glad you married him?" ·And Mlmi said, lightly, "He is; priceless, Olga. I couldn't do with-' out him." ' Lightly said, but not lightly meant. I knew It by tho depth of feeling In her voice. (To Bo Continued). Merchandise Wanted--To Buy 66 TWO L. C. SMITH TYPEWRITERS--At reasonable price. Write Box 23, care Courier, stating condition of machine. price, nd style number. Rooms and Board Rooms for Housekeeping 69 TWO FURNISHED ROOMS--For Hsht housekeeping. Also bedroom for one or two gentlemen. Board If desired. 2iH South Eighth Street; FOR RENT--Three unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping. 1101 Vino Street. FOR RENT--Two furnished rooms for lifiht housekeeping. .-1219 Vine Street. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats FOR RENT--Six room apartment. Available February 1st. Steam heat, hot and cold water. Free Janitor service and Carbage service. Inquire Kotlcr Shoo Store, White front Builolng. 328 Ko. Plttsburg street. FOR RT.NT--Apartments. Inquire Smutz Hardware, 717 Crawford avenue. West Side. FOUR ROOM APARTMENT-- Bath, newly painted, good condition. Anna B. Schmltz, corner Crawford and Arch, FOR RENT--Three or four room f u r - nished 'apartment. 510 N. Plttsburfi street. Phone 2007-J, ONE-FOUR ROOM--Or two-two room apartment, unfurnished. Heat, light, gas furnished. 130 W. Crawford Avc, Business Places for Rent 75 FOR RENT OR FOR SALE-Cunnlnghnm Shop on CaHatln Avenue. Inquire 310 O£dcn street. Houses for Rent 77 EAST CRAWFORD AVENUE--Nine room brick and six room frame house. East Apple str:jt, five rooms and sun porch. East End. clKht rooms, 2 acres ground, double garage. PETER R. WEIMER. WEIMER ARCADE. Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Kcal Estate PROPERTIES FOR SALE OR RENT1 T. C. PHALIN SO. CONNELLSVTLLE. P/. PHONE 375. Farms and Land for Saio 83 8 ACRE. FARM--With or without stock and machinery. Located In Lower Tyrone Township, 2 miles .West oC Dawson on Banning Road. Inquire of owner, O. P. Iftgbcc. Dawson, Pa. Phone 3015. ' Houses for Sato 84 FOR SALE--Six room frame house with bath, steam heat. House In good repair. Lot 40x140 feet. 1328 South Piltsburx street. $3,000. Robert Norrls. Phono 505. Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale 84 HERE IS .THE HOME ' YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR! CROSSLAND ROAD--Just one-hall mile /rom the 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 best of condition. Price Is reasonable. Inquire. Wm. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDINtl. PHONE 1760. YOUR OPPORTUNITYl WILLS ROAD--Two fine homes, modern In every respect. Green street extension, · five room bungalow, hot water heat. $2,650.. Very low taxes. Many others. PETER R. WEIMER. WEIMER ARCADE. FOR SALE--Six room house, storeroom, garage, ^~ acre land, known as the Springer property, Ruffsdalc. Price $1,500; $300 down, balance $20 monthly. E. F. DeWltt. Phone 43. Scottdale. Auctions--Legals Notices, 91 A REAL BUY1 BLACKSTONE ROAD. 716-718 WEST SIDE--Twelve - room double house with bath and heater, all modern. This property must be sold at once to settle estate Immediate possession. Price reduced to $1,500. PAUL WAGONER 1009 IV. CRAWFORD AVE. PtlOKE. 148 PUDLIC SALE OF PERSONALTY Notice Is hereby given that Potter Title and Trust Company, Administrator c. t. a. of the estate of Otto C. Arcns, dc ceased, will offer and expose at public sale In tho offices of Its Trust Department. Fourth Avenue and Grant Street. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on FIIIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1S38 at 2:00 o'clock P. M., E. S. T. the following described property: Note of Connellsvllle Ice Company dated May 18. 1937 In the sum of $500. payable on demand, with interest due from June 13, 1931. Note ot Connellsvllle Ice Company dated May 18. 1037 in the sum of $500, payable on demand, with Interest due from June 23, 1931. Note of Connellsvllle Ice Company dated May 18, 1937 In the sum of $500. payable on demand, with interest, due ·from November 9, 1931. Note of Connellsvllle Ice . Company dated May 18, 1937 In the sum of $4,420.28. payable on demand.'with interest dxic from January 10. 1933. ' 142 shares capital stock Connellsvllle Ice Company. 20 shares capital stock Conncllsvillc Ice Company. ' (As to 20 shares: This stock held by Henry J. Mollenbcrger as collateral on loan made to decedent on December S. 1033 for $1,000.00). Unpaid balance of $81.05 In checking account. Diamond National B,ank. TERMS OF SALE--CASH. The Potter Title and Trust Company reserves ihc right to reject any and all bids and to adjourn the sale from time to time witout further notice or advertising. POTTER TITLE AND TRUST COMPNAY. Administrator c. t. a. estate of Otto C. Arens. deceased. Fourth Avenue and Grant St.. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. · 22-jan.-lt FOR SALK--Nice six room house with sun parlor, heat, all conveniences. Nicely finished and In good condition. West Side. 33.300. Robert Norrls. Phone 505. TIIE CLOSER you stick to classified ads Ihc closer your money will stick to you and the farther It will co when you spend I t PATRONIZE too'so who advertise. A-No. 1 SERVICE Is what you get from Classified Ads. When you have a special need to fill, phone us the particulars nnd details. You can get an ad-taker at 12 or 13. WHENEVER you have o real need to nil the Classified Section will help you to fill It quickly, as easily and uv expensively. IN WRITING a Classified Ad be sure to tell all tho facts which you would want to know if you yourself were a prospective buyer. YOU TELL US your details and well write your ad. Phone 12 or 13 for an ad-taker. CLASSIFIED ADS aro mcSMngen of thrift. . Meyersdale MEYERSDALE, Jan. 22. -- The Women's Christian Temperance Union of Meyersdale held an all day ing party on Wednesday in the social -/com of the Methodist Church. The ladies sew once a year for. the Children's Home in,Somerset. This year they made pajamas and towels. At 12 o'clock a delicious dinner was served by a committee of five. Those present. were Mesdames: H. D. Martin, Bj A. Black, Joseph Single, John Harding, C. F. Jenkins, Roy Vought, J. F. Kcich, Roy Walker, Lee Imler, S, T. Van Horn, William Snyder, Robert Peck, D. J. Fike, Arthur Davis, J.' E. McCartney, Howard Berkley, H. W. Ramer, George Baer.AV. H. Ryland, Harvey Bittncr, P. S. Baer, Howard Phillips, Eugene Crowe, Milton Zinn, Mary C. Edmonds, H. T. Staub, J. H. Blacker, Lloyd Engle, H. McWinney,'F. A. Bittner, A. H. Johnson, Norman Barnhart, H. K. Hilner, D. Guy Floto, B. H. Hoke, Ruthford Purbaugh and the Misses Margaret Weber, Sallie Hay and Sadie Just. Mrs. R. . D. Pfahler entertained with three tables of "500" at her home on Beachley street Tuesday evening. Lunch was served after the game. Mrs. James Wilson entertained Tuesday with a quilting party in the . afternoon and evening, serving a dinner at .the Wilson restaurant-at 5 o'clock. Miss Margaret Hosteller delightfully entertained members of her bridge cjub at her home on North street Tuesday evening. At the conclusion of the game refreshments were served. Mrs. Ernest Broeseckcr, daughter, Miss Emma and son, Ernest, of Brothersvallcy, and Mrs. Sara Wilman and son, Fred, and Miss June Craig, of Tiffin, Ohio, spent Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.' Glen Crowe. Mr. and Mrs. George Robinson, who spent several weeks here with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cook, left Thursday for their home in White Planes, N. Y. Mrs. P. G: Reich visited friends in Somerset Wednesday. Ohiopyfe OHIOPYLE, Jan. 22.--Mrs. C. W. Martin returned to her home at Star City, W. Va., on .Monday morning after spending the week-end with her husband who- is Baltimore Ohio agent. t herc. Mrs. Scrah Robimion of Johnstown is visiting with her daughters, Mrs. R. C. Holt and '· Mrs. M. H. Hoch- stctcr. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hall returned to their home at Monaia after a week's visit with Mrs. Hall's mother, Mrs. Edith Joseph, and other relatives, at Mill Run. Mrs. Emanucl Stark returned Monday to her home at' Van Meter after several days spent visiting her mother, Mrs. Edith Joseph. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mason visited Monday with Mr. Mason's father, William Mason, a patient in Uniontown Hospital. · Miss Jean Bolan is visiting- her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jackson, of Kcntuck. Reports arc that Mrs. Frank Bailey, a patient in Uniontown Hospital, is doing nicely at this time. Use Our Classified Ads. They, bring results. Cost is «TM.-»n r

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