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PAGE EIGHT THE) UAllJl UUUKlBiK, UUNNHJLiLiSVILiIjK, PA. MONDAy, JANUARY 24, 11)35. Courier Classified Advertisements 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. 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. JlCardsof Thanks,"" SOcflat Rate: · ' " V . . : Phone 12or 13 for an Ad-Taker. ^Your Ad lnserted:^7'r Times for the Price of Six!--Spec/a/ Hlblo.Ad. IsTaKen For "Less Than a : Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Card of Thanks LIVINGSTON--Wo take this means ol · thanking our many friends and nclgh- · bors for the kindness" and sympathy ·', extended us during our, recent sad-.bc- · rcavemcnt/ the--death- of our sister. '-Augusta Nlcholioa-dvlngston. Espccl-. ~a!Iy. do we wlsfl "JffThanX Rev. T.,A. · -- Charlcsworth, those who sent flowers. *rinosc-who so kindly..furnished cars, the rTpallbcarcrs. the slngcrsrand all who as- ·- stated us Iti any way. Sisters and i."brothers. ; . -...~V "."'' ..~. \Vi wish .to express our sincere to ,ourimany friends, neighbors and relatives for their '-many acts - of : . lclhdncss~ arid sympathy~"extcnded° u» .". during 'our recent sad bereavement, the · · death of our beloved .wife and mother! Mrs. Bessie Johnson Kurtz .of Ohlopylc.. -·Pa. 1 \Ve_especially give thanks to Rev.- Workrnan'aml Bcv. Over!}-, the slnscre. the pianist, those who' 6enl flowers. ^ those who so kindly furnished-cars and ' all who tended to lessen our "sorrow. Mr. Edward L. Kurtz and Family. Flowers and Mourning Goods 4 · BASKETS. SPRAYS AT'REASONABLE PR1CESI P.- R. DcMUTH it SONS C-VILLE--S3 SCOTTDALE^-SM : -- Funeral. Director*. FUNERAL DIRECTOR--.- -- WItULAM-Ar;McNANAMY ·· - AMBULANCE SERVICE H5-N. CALLATIN-AVE. UNIONTOWN. - PIIONE-SW- CHAPEL. SERVICE; · --SIBEL -FUNERAL HOME-' "The Last Word In Funeral Servico.7 * '; CALL. CONNELLSVTLLE 'ISO.-; .'. .. "': Strayed, Lost. Found :v::". ; 10 WILL'THE PARTY--Who took.the Brown Silk Umbrella by mistake, from the of. fice of the Orphcum Theatre at the close of the Courier Cooking School yesterday xnoralns. kindly return same . to Miss Lynne Klnccll. Society Editor; : of The Courier.- ·· Automotive. Automobiles for Sale 11 _ ' -- H-E-C-O-N-D-l-T-I-O-N-E-D-..... AND -- G-U-A-R-A-N-T-E-E-D-...... -- A-U-T-O-M-O-B-I-L-E-S-- -- that offer dependable transportation At economical. prices. . 1936 Chevrolet, 4-door Sedan. . equipped with trunk. "1933 Ford' Tudor Sedan - '_ .......... :.. $275 .4-cyllnder model. Plenly of, . miles per gallon. .lOSOTord Tudor Sedan 1330' Ford Fordor Sedan ......................... *» DeLuxc model with a 4-cyllnder engine. 1930 Ford Coupe ............................... ............ SSO 4-cyllnder model in exceptional condition. Take your choice! Our Easy Payment Plan will help you own any of theml .-'.Other.. Unusual Bargains Include: 1937 "Oidsmobllo 4-door DcLujct Sedan. .."".Low Mileage. Like New. 1936*~PonUac 4-door- DcLuxa Sedan. In .. .,,. ' perfect .'condition. ' ' .. . 1935-Vord V-8 Deluxe-Coupe, iully equip. . pcd.wllh llrater; Defroster and Radio.-.. -. - - Is in perfect condition. .1537.Ford Fordor..DcLuxc.Totzrlnc-Sedan. Also a demonstrator. Low mileage. - .. '. New car' fuarantee. We have the' kind~of-Used Car you want -JaTa price.you cari'afTord to pay.': 1915. 1936; 1937 models of Fords, Chevrolet*. · Dodges. Oldsmoblles, Bulcks. All -re* . conditioned and ready to go) . . . ; --"· Don't" Buy 'Any New Car Until " You've Seen The 1938 Models Of The FORD V-« LOST--Truck tire and Tim. 32x6. V. S. · ' Royal. - between ··· Isabella Road and I Snydertown. Reward. Tissue Service · Station. West-Side. LOST OR STRAYED--English Setter. » female. '$25.00 rc'ward for any In; formation or return.' R. T. Llnlngcr. ' SprinRflcld Pike. Phone 411B-R-3. FOUND--Black and -white English Setter. | Z mclc. Phone 9682. T".. LINCOLN ZEPHYR The World's Best Terms! Very Good Trades And Demonstrations! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED FORD and LINCOLN DEALERS WEST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 407 Automotive Automobiles" lor Sale 11 · -O.-K." USED CARS NOW ON DISPLAY ON OUR USED CAR LOT WEST CRAWFORD AVE. NEXT TO WERTIEIMER MEN'S STORE. AND ALSO INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREET. MASON MOTOR COMPANY. Open Evenings 'till 0 o'clock. Open Sundays 'till 6 o'clock. . PHONE 105. · . LATE MODEL USED CARS! HETZEL-YOOT.-G MOTOR CO. SCOTTDALE. PENNA. PHONE 407. TIT IS ONLY necessary .".to., tell people where real bargains arc-to bo found and a crowd u-lll soon ' bo there. · Classified ads 'arc constantly pointing 1 the "way to, real value for hundreds of pcoplo who I Open Evening*! Open Sundays I A-Nor 1 SERVICE Is what you set Irom Classified Ads. When you havo a tpcclal need to."fill, phone us the particulars and details. You can cct an ad-takcr at 12 or 13. nnd nA it. it will jo when you DID YOU LOSE your purse or 'case? Let us run a Lost and Found ad for you. Just phone. 12 or 13 lor an ad taker. YOUR MONEY REFUNDKD If you jrct the desired results before your ad ex* r---_ plros. Why not advcrtiso that extra cnrd dresser? WHENEVER you have a real need to fill the Classified Section will help you to fill It quickly, as easily and Inexpensively. · THERE ARE many things obtainable through the Classified Ads that it would bo difficult to cct in any other -"ay. USE Classified Ads lor results I IN WRITING a Classified Ad be sure to tell all t tho facts which you would want to know If you yourself were * prospective buyer. YOU TELL US your details and well write your od. Phone 12 or 13 tor an ad-taker. You tell us and well tell the, world) Yearly rates upon request PATRONIZE those who advertise. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 31- , as.;.: 13- 3Z. ·zi · ·40 20- 24- 39- 14- 2S 33- IO ·29.: 30.-- . 36 ' , . . ' · · -r--." 1 ACROSS T:-~--: . - · ·--i--Tender leaf · of the scale stalks of the 23--Aloft artichoke 25--Papa 6--Type mcas- 26--Mlllllltcr urc . l a b o r I '9--Hodgepodge '27--Throw.off . 10--Adverbial .29--Furnished . ; -. particle of " .with shoes negation 31--Eccentric 12--Rabbit tails-34--Poetic form · 14--Fodder vnts · of evening 16--One of the 35--Short lances ; receptacles 36--System ". oi a seal* . 38--Conjunc- . . 17--Realm . ition.. .. . ; 19--Finishes 39--Draw 21--Kind of caps 40^-Sun god- · -~- ?2~Sccond note tf--Co In "-'-' 'i'l'Il . .-o6\ni.'... ._^i. / - 2--A type of "8--Discredited ... Same : 27--Mistake 18--Neuter pro- 28--Note of the noun scale 20--A large l«- 30--A thicket land west of planted as Dutch East Fence . . Indies 32--Flowed 24--Deep holes 33--Maize ." .in the.. 37--Rodent . ground . 39--From, i pre- 26--Shift 8x) . : Answer to previous puzzle .. 3-=Alto--used 13--Walking.:, ^ - -in com- _;stick pounas 14--A thln.'brit- . 4--^-Hazard ' tlo cookie : ' -5--Achieve 15--Burns and smokes without GOOD WELL. USED CAK3. BENNETT MOTOR SALES. 256 E. CRAWFORD AVU PHONE JTNE LATE MODEL USED CABS E. E. VAN SCOY. INC. SSS E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243. Auto Trucks, Tractora, Trailers 12 FOR SALE--3 Sterllnc Trueki, In excel, lenl condition: Al»o hauling contract. Sacrifice prlcr to qufck buyer. Call Perryopolls 2571. Autos. Accessories, Tires, Tarts 13 ALL CAR CHAIN'S (4 OFFI ALL CAR HEATERS . · U._ OFF1 STORAGE BATTERIES (EXC1U. MOTOR OIL. 5 GALLONS ..- 70c ALCOHOL. PER GALLON .. 18c BRAKE LINING. FT. IBc-UP LI.VKD DJIAKK SHOES JJc TURN SIGNALS *-,X AMBER LENS ; 7c MARKER LIGHTS _. l»c ·REFLEX REFLIXTTORS .'. «: ·LOWEST W1ICES--INSPECTION NEFJJS! COLDE TIRE ft RADIO COMPANY. 12» EAST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 10. Financial Need Money 4t-B Get A Loan From PERSONAL Then Buy For Cash and Save I ONLY DOT: THING--Needed to B« up to S300 here:--The ability to repay small, regular amounts on any loan plan you select. Come In NOW1 PERSONAL FINANCE CO. Over McCrory's Store. Phone 3*. WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE. Merchandise Articles for Sale MATS FOR SALE--Courier tnau it le per each. Can b« used for lining your Barace. chicken coop or out buildlnxi ot any kind. Inquire at Courier Offle*. BllUdlnes. Uulldlnr Material* S3 SEE US--nelorc you build that Kan Our prtcr* arc right. Stone Work, rtionc 1700. Farm and Dairy Product* 55 APPLES-- Sprayed and hand picked. SOc per busht!. Somerset potatoes, 11J25 per baf. We deliver. 413 C. Washington Ave. Phone 2ft5*R. Business Service Business Service OBered IS It OILS--And make* minor adjustments on mny tewing machine In your borne. Parta ejctra. Phone. 800. Troutman'a. UPHOLSTERING. AWNINGS -TURK .TEPABUNG. QUAUTI WOBX. Call FISHER, phone K41. Insurance and Surety Bond* 23 INSURANCE ALL KIND EXCEPT LIFE. FAYETTE REALTY CO. PHONE JJ75. T. D. GARDNER. MCIL DEPENDABLE INSURANCE-- AH See me tor rates. James R. Insurance. 303 First NaUonal Bank Dulldlnc. Phone 520. Movlnr, Trueklne, Slorase. ZS BULL'S TRANSFEIt i STORAGE. Local and lone dlEtance movlnc. Every load Insured. Modern ttorafie for household goods. We do crating for shipment by ralL Phono 50. 122 Bait Peach street. Prlnlinr. Encrivlnc, BIndinc 27 E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUR PRINTING WORK! Letter Heads 1--Bill Head:! For Rent Cards I--For Sale Curd.il Calling Cardsl--Hand Bills I-- Blndlngl No Trespassing Signs For Salel All Work Guaranteed! At Reasonable Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 65. - · COURIER BLDC. OR PHONE RESIDENCE. 9L Professional Services 28 CORRECT FITTING TItUSSES-- Elastic Hosiery and other lurglcal appliances. A. A. Clarke. PH. O. Druggist. 323 North Plmburc street. Phone 1H. E. P. nTZGERALD. O. D. D. O. S. ' OPTOMETRIC EYE SPECIALIST. WOOLWORTH BLDG. PHONE I25-J. Rcpairtnsr and Kcfinlshinsr 29 ELECTRIC CLEANERS--And washing machines overhauled. Wringer rolls · and parts furnished for any make. · Phone 4104-R-22. Jno. H.. Work. Employment' Help Wanted--Female START OWN. BUSINESS--Selling friends nationally -known guaranteed rlngless ' hosiery. Liberal commission!;. Investment unnecessary. Free st-ltlng outfit. ·Silver Lady, 3C6F Fifth Avenue. New , York. . WANTED--Lady, demonstrator for new /household appliance- to be demon- titrated' at salesroom.-. Must have pcr- ' Konallty, some office 1 experience,, and sales ability. Write "G." care llurald, Unlontown. Pcnna.. Help Wanted--Male 33 ·WANTED--Salesmen for solicitation in Conncllsvlllc and vicinity. Non-competitive household appliance line. Prefer ambitious young men \vlth limited sales experience. Reference exchanged. Write "L" care of'Herald, Unlontown, Pcnna. WANTED--Manager lor Connellsvlllc and vicinity. Non-coinpctltlvc household appliance line. Prefer ambitious young r man with limited sales experience. Kffvrtnct: cxchanncU. Write "L," care of Herald,. V.rilomown. Penna. . ABLE MAN -- To distribute samples, handle colli-iv route. Up to $45 first! week. Automobile Riven as bonus, j Write Albert Mills, «12 Monmouth, Cincinnati. O. | IF YOU DON'T sec what you want Tn this section, advertise for it. Phone. 12 or 13 for an ad-taker. 1 MR. FARMER HERE'S MONEY IN YOUR POCKET! Why not run a *m*U Inexpensive dajaUled Ad in our Casclned Section which will find a market for your farm products, your llvo stock, your farm Implement*, and household goods? You vc 11 find many people ubo want ' n buy the many thincs you have foe jul«l The Dally Courier ba a larxo rural circulation which makei · It the popular cholc* among the farroen and anure* you that your mesoaee «rtu reach the people who an In · market for your product*. You Will Find: Our ratei In tl-.. abov* Classified heading. All dassUled Ads ar« payabl* ia advance! Fuel. Feed. Fertilizer! 56 COAL--Run of mine. ICe and 12c bushel. Screen, nut or lump I4c. Slack 10c. Ca»h on dellvcrV. Phone 1M1-M. Rendlne. IP YOU HAVE A STOKER--Try a load of our specially prepared stoker coal. Stone Work. Phone 1700. CUSTOM COAL-- lOc. 3Jc and 13o delivered. George W. Kern. ConnellsvUle Phono 4121-R-ll. · BEST QUALITY--3 It. coking coal, moderately priced. Immediate delivery Gerald Schomer. Phone 1931. COAL--Good black lumpy run of mine lOc bushel delivered. Cash. Koballa Bros. Phone 2037. GENUINE WASHINGTON RUN COAL-Wm. Dull 4 Son, Phone TvUle. 107; Scottdale, 502; Dawson. 4037. COAL--9-ft. run of mine and screened Prices reasonable. Prompt delivery Call SM. Flint SOFT SCREEN COKE--50 per cent coal 3c per bushel at Old Alice Mine, be twcen Mt. Pleasant and Scottdale'. COAL--Oc. lOc. ll'.ic and 13c per bushel delivered. 100 bushel or more. Cash Call Wm. McManls. Phone I335-R. COAL--9-ft. black, run ol mine coal, Tc bushel at bin, lOc delivered. Cash. Joe Obwciser, Dawson. Phone 4036. Household Goods 59 STORE WIDE REDUCTIONS! ON ALL FURNITURE. RUGS AND STOVES. COME IN! SEE I AND SAVE LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES. MERVIS FURNITURE COMPANY. NORTH PITTSBURG ST. PHONE 2020 YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE I FOR SALEI ALL KINDS OF--Used furniture Includ ing coal, gas and combmaUon rang' and heaters. Also some good pianos a bargain .prices. DULL'S STORAGE. 122 EAST PEACH ST. PHONE 50 FOR SALE--Gas range. Thor electri washer, bedroom suite. Rcasonabl prices. Call 1841-J. Musical Merchandise 62 FOR SALE--Milton player -piano, goo ' ' condition, reasonable. .' Also rolls. 11 Grant street. Scottdale. Pa. 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" PER POUND. WHY NOT LOOK AROUND AND MAKE YOUP.SEL1- SOMF. SPENDING AS LONG AS you have the Cluhbificd Section, you needn't wait long to obtain anything you need--It Is easy to get. IN DEALING through Classified Ad nothing is wasted Both buyer seller prolit cgually 12 or a tar an ad-taKcrl --- Te/rjp/e Be/fey CHAPTER 56 AFTER DINNER, my father »nd Aunt Mary left us with our trucata. Stephen went with his srandfather, Jaaon following. The old dog adored the child, and was his constant companion. And when we were alone, Olga said. "Max and I have come to oak you to take some ot the money, Klml." The set of Mlml's head gavo her a startled air, like a young deer come upon unawares. { "1 thought wo had settled that long ago, Olga." "No. We have more than enough, Max and L And I want to divide It between you and Lionel. I have always felt you ought to have It, «vcn when I wouldn't admit It." "It Grandfather had wanted me to have it, Olga, he would have ·aid so." "He did say so," some of the pink had faded from Olga's cheeks. "I came across an old diary of his the other day. Max has It. Show It to Mlml. Max." Her' husband brought out of hla pocket a small book bound In black leather. He turned the pages until ho found a certain date, then handed It to my wife. She read It, flushed and paled, then read aloud what the Senator had written. M 1 ought to change my will. Mlml must have her share. Tomorrow I will speak to Olga.'" "He never spoke to me," Olga explained. "Oh, I hope you will bellcva that. Ho died the next day." Wo did believe It Whatever other faulLi she might have, Olga was not duihoncxt. She had laid the diary a%vsy without looking in it, and it was only by chance that she had gotten It out again, hoping to Qnd certain memoranda which might relate to other affairs. Mlml, holding Ui« Uttle book close, said. "It Isn't the money which matters ;»o much, hut the fact that he thought of me." Sh« was finding It very hard to Ret control of herself, and I knew that tears wero near th« surface. So I spoke for her. "Wo aro very happy here. I am not nire that money could rruike us happier." "Well. It could mak« Ilf« easier," »ald the practical Olga, "you know that. Jerry." And then Mlml flung a question at her, "Why should life be easy?" "Oh, well, everybody knows," Ohrs. Informed her. with a certain complacency, "that it Is much nicer that way." She knew. It at any rate. She came, of a stock '.which measured Its felicities by feather-beds, and rocking chairs and huge feasts four times a day. And her modern Interpretation of the thlngj which make people happy was her puffy black and; gold furniture, her luxurious limousine, her fat- choc- olato caUcs with her coff.ee. Each to his own Idea! |There was Mlml, slender as a boy, at as a fiddle, ready to ride with the best of us, her mind meeting keenly the problems of tlw day's work--her heart satisfied! "And anyhow," Olga was saying, 'If you don't want the money for yourself, you will want It for the boy." "Stephen! Oh, why should I wont It for Stephen?" was Mlml's Impetuous demand. "I don't want him to Icon on the thought of on Inheritance, as Lionel and I leaned. It colored everything for us. Some day we wero to hove Grandfather's money; the time between was simply to be bridged over as best wo could. Why, until Jerry was 111, I never knew there was anything In me that would count. I am not sure that I con moke you understand. Everybody liked me because I was good-looking and wore pretty clothes. But I had never really liked myself " She was putting it in her whimsical way, smiling a little as nho sold It. But I knew she was In dead earnest. She had won her own self-respect by achievement Few women of hcr~c'"ss ever know the thrill ot that feeling. Her bright glance surveyed us. "Of course, this doesn't mean that I am going to renounce the pomp and vanities of the world. 1 am human, nnd I know what money will mean to us up here. But I am half afraid of !t " I knew that she was afraid for Stephen. I held out my hand to her, "Why should we bo afraid of anything?" I asked her. She eme over and sat on the arm of my chair. "Well, I'm not really. .And It will be wonderful, won't It, Jerry, to build our--shining palace?" My Imagination - leaped to meet hers. The thing of which we had once despaired had come to pass. And I was glad it had not come before. For my wife was mine and I was hers In a way we could never have been had wo not been tested and tried. We had fought shoulder to shoulder in the battle ot life. We would rfach the heights' togcllicri The money ; wh!lch Olga at once made over to ua changed, to some; extent, our mode of living. Wcj. have a long, low house, as cnchant-j Ing as the one I pictured when as a boy I (listened to Unclo Jerry's glowing eloquence. We have books! and a. big car which keeps us ln| touch with the outside world. My! wife wears shimmering silken evening things, and Aunt Mary, for| the first time In her lite, owns a dinner gown--It Is like a flame and she loves It. My father preaches 1 In a llttlo church which wo have; built for him on the mountainside,! and Its bells cajl the people from' far and wide to worship. . yet otir days are, as a rule,' busy ones. Mlml and I manage tho form. Wo have blooded stock and pedigreed poultry, our little ducks still go down to the water; to swim; Mlml still coddles her! old hens, looks after the Iambs,! and feeds the pigeons. And our small Stephen grows i sturdily--a lad who belongs to the hills and sky, to the forest andi streams. He has no thought of his] Inheritance. Ho has a thousand' things to do. As for the rest; wei can only pray that God will keep' him. , Our happiest days are those' when Mlml and Stephen and I ride up into the mountains--Mlml in gray tweed or corduroy; In her hat tho tip of a peacock's feather as) when I flrst saw her. Sometimes! we ride for days, seeking some-, high, cltar lake--reaching timber-S line, breathing tho thin upper air.' Wo have nights under tho stars,! when, with Stephen asleep, wo talk of tho things my father sold to mej long years before, by a Illy-' scented pool. , i "No one can be rich, Jerry, wlthi a starved soul." ·, We know, Miml and I, that It I»j not our money which makes us rich, nor Is It, indeed, our achievements. It Is, rather, our aspirations, and our love of each other! and the boy. Some day I am going to write i the book which I have planned. But the time has not yet come. Meanwhile, I have penned these! simple chronicles--of a boy who! dreamed, and of a girl who made 1 his dreams come true. 1 · · · P. S.: It 1 12 years since I have' written this--and I would not change a line. It Is better than the book I planned; it Is a chronicle of life. (THE END) Merchandise Wanted--To Buy TWO U C. SMITH TYPEWRITERS--At reasonable price. Write Box 23. car* Courier. staUng condition of machint. price, rid style number. Rooms and Board Rooms for Housekeeping S3 TWO FURNISHED ROOMS--For light housekeeping. Also bedroom for one or two gcnUcmen. Board. U desired. 204 South Eighth Street. FOR RENT--Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 1219 Vine Street. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 FOR RENT--Six room apartment. Available February 1st. Steam heat, hot and cold water. Free janitor service and garbage fcrvlce. Inquire Kotler Shoe Store. White Front Building, 128 No. Plttsburg street. UNFURNISHED APARTMENTS -- Three rooms, bath. Heat, light, water, gas furnished. No children. 122 West Peach atrect. FOR RENT--Apartments. Inquire Smutz Hardware, 717 Crawford avenue, West Side. FOUR ROOM APARTMENT--Bath, newly painted, good condition. Anna B, Schmiiz, corner Crawford and Arch. FOR RENT--Three or four room furnished apartment, 310 N. Plttsburg street. Phone 2097-J. ONE-FOUR ROOM--Or two-two room apartment, unfurnished. Heat, light. ens furnished. 133 W. Crawford Ave. Business Places for Rent 75 FOR RENT OR FOR SALE--Cunningham Shop on Callatln Avenue. Inquire 316 Ofidcn street. · Houses for Rent 77 EAST CRAWFORD AVENUE--Nine room brick and six room frame house. East Apple strict, five rooms nnd sun porch. East End. eight rooms. 2 acres ground, double garage. PETER R. WEIMER. WEIMER ARCADE. FOR RENT--Six room house, city water, 1 acre ground, at Crossland Station. Inquire 111 W. Fayctte street or call J717-B. FOR RENT--Five room house with bath. West Side. $16. Inquire Robert Norrls. Phone 303. Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate PROPERTIES FOR S\LB OR RENT! T.. C. PHALIN SO. CONNELLSVILLE, P/. PHONE 073 Houses for Salo A REAL BUYI 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 51.500. PAUL WAGONER 1003 W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE. 148. Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale 84 REAL BUYS IN REAL ESTATE1 SPJUNGFrELD PDCE--Servic* Station and Lunch Room. MUHPHY AVENUE--Small four room building and four lots. VINE STREET--Two. eight room houses and one. itfx room house. · ' LOGAN'S CROSSING--Four room house, 25 acres ot good farm land, McCOY HOLLOW ROAD -- Six room house and six acres of land. COTTAGE AVENUE--Five . room house and sfx room hou**. SOUTH CONNELLSVILLE -- Six room house. SYCAMORE 5TREKT--Six room houjc. WM. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1760. HERE IS THE HOME YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR1 CROSSLAND ROAD--Just one-half mile from the City Limits. Ten room house Including three acres of land and outbuildings, two baths, electricity, new steam furnace. £arage and laundry. Just recently remodeled and in the very best of condition. Price Is reason- ablo. Inquire. Wm. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1760. YOUR OPPORTUNITY! WILLS ROAD--Two fine homes, modern In every rcspoct. Green street cxtcn. slon. five room bungalow, hot water heat. J2.CSO. Very low taxes. Many others. PETEH B. WEIMER, WEIMER ARCADE. FOR SALE--Nice six room house with bath, extra deep lot. Good location. 208 Fast Falrvlcw avenue. Hobert Norrls. Phone 505.' WHAT KIND OF business aro you In? AN AD A DAY keeps hard times away. l.ct h us i-xiilaln our yearly Classified rate. SPEND HALF as much for twice as much by shopping Uii-ough the Classified Ads. WHEN YOU SHOP through the Classified Section you buy from choice not from persuasion tUt. The more you say. the quicker It pays PATRONIZE who advcrUscl Motions to Nol Pros Three Cases Granted lit Fayeite Courts UNIONTOWN, Jan. 24--Motions to nol pros action in several cases were granted in court orders. A nol pros action was entered in the case" of Felix Aaron, charged last September 10 with statutory rape on information made by Ada Hampton. In an additional order, the court directed the costs be placed on the county. Motion to enter a nol pros was grarited in the case o£ Omer Dale Cunningham upon payment ot costs of prosecution By the defendant. Cunningham was arrested February 27, 1936, on information of Abe Cunningham charging assault and battery and aggravated assault and battery. Leave was also granted to enter a nol pros in the case of Mrs. Mary Kuhns, upon payment of costs. The woman was arrested with her husband, William 13. Kuhns, by Constable Hai-ry J. Hart on charges of buying junk from minors and receiving stolen goods. A process was issued December 29 for the husband who, following his arrest entered a guilty plea December 31 on which he was sentenced to pay co.sts of prosecution in monthly payments beginning 1. Profhonoiary's Office Report Shows Business Lasf Year on Increase Special to The Courier. UNIONTOWN, Jan. 24.--Comparative summary ol business tor the years 1936 and 1337 has been completed and released by Prothonotary John J. Brady. The report shows cash receipts for the year just closed were $118 above the previous 12 months with amounts chargeable to county $185.80 less lor 1937 than 1936. Comparative figures show: Cash receipts: 1936, $15,679.85; 1937, $15,793.75. Difference of $113 for 1937 over 1936. Chargeable to' county: $5,813.10 for 1936; $5,127.30, 1937. Total o£ $185.80 for 1936 over 1937. Combined statistics for cash and chargeable: $20,992.95 fr 1936; $20,- 92J.05 fr 1937. State tax $24.02 for 1936 and $22.41 for 1937. Showing total of $73.51 for 1936 over 1937. Naturalization: Declarations of intention, 874 in 1936, at $1.25 each for a total of $1,092.50. In 1937, there were 548 declarations of intention for a total of $685. Difference: 326 more in 1936 for $407.50 more than recorded for 1937. Petitions in 1936 for naturalization were 293 at $2.50 for $732.50 with 480 for 1937 for a total of $1,200, showing an increase of 187 petitions, amounting to $467.50, for 1937 over previous year. In a recapitulation of both, the business last year increased $60.20 over 1936. Municipal liens: 1,405 for 1936 for a total of $1,405; for 1937, 3,232 for a total of $2,232. There were 827 more liens in 1937 over the previous year for an increase of $827. Election returns: 1936, $383.50; 1937, S16. The difference showed $367.50 for 1936 over last year. German Township Woman's Parole Plea Hearing February 1 Special to Tho Courier. UNIONTOWN, Pan. 24.--Hearing on a parole petition for Mary Ecko- vitch, 54-year-old German township woman, has been set by Judge Harry A. Cottom lor 10 o'clock Tuesday, February 1. The woman was sentenced to a year in county jail by Ex-Judge Thomas H. Hudson as a subsequent development to the guilty plea she entered at the last June term ot criminal court following arrest by State agents on a charge of violating the liquor control act. In passing sentence, Ex-Judge Hudson told the woman that "you're going to jail this time. In the past you have always gotten off on the plea that there was no one at home to look atter your chickens and pigs. Well, we'll order one of your daughters to look after them while you spend some time in jail where you will have plenty 1 of opportunity to think over this business of violating the' law." In her petition for a parole, Mary Eckoviteh ollcgcs that since her imprisonment she has suffered painful body disorders necessitating unusual care; that since her incarceration she has exerted all her sincerity to atone for this crime and that, hereafter, she will be law abiding and will spend her remaining years with her children in German township.

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