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January 26, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 10

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PAGE TEN THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVTLLE. PA. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 26, 19SS. .1 Courier C/assi/ied Advertisements 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9c cash;- lOc charge. For Quick Results / :-CLASS!FIED AD. RATES' Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. , ,-, Ads to Be Run 3.Times: rgi - . 151 Per line. 7c cash; 8c charge. L -' Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 60 cash; 7c charge. These Rates Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. v ' - · There are five (5). average words to each line. : "Cards .of Shanks;" 50c Flat Rate.-:'... . ^-.rl : .... * .'· .. Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker. ^Speqa/-Your Ac! Inserfeci^T^fimes for the Price of Sixi-Spea'a/ : - . . . , : .:: No-.Ad. Is Takeh:Fdr Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Card'of Thanks ~ "'-- SC1IROCK--We taxo'thl* means ot-thanK-" InC our many friends and neiKhbora for ·the kindness and sympathy- extended us during our recent tad bereavement, the death of our mother.. Mrs. Ellen Schrock. Especially do-we wish to "thank the 'minister, the" quartet, .the pianist, those' u-ho sent flower*, those ·who - so kindly furnished cars and all .who assisted .us In. any Way.. ..Miss Delia Schrock, brothers ana Bisters. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 - Flowers and Mouratni: -Goods- 4 -BASKETS S: SPftAYS -· -- AT REASONADilE-pRICESi:./:.:. '.-· «.E- R. DcMUTH 4VSONS . . CVILLE--69 SCOTTDALE--S3* . . . - ' · Funeral. Directors FUNERAL DIRECTOR WILLIAM A. McNANAMY AMBULANCE SERVICE MS N. GALLATIN AVE. UNIONTOWN PHONE 373. CHAPEL SERVICE. 'WHEN BETTER USED CABS ARE TO BE SOLD , : ;· WE WILL, SELL THEMI.. , : .."SEET'OUtt DISPL'AV TODAY I ·-- th"at offer dependable transportation at ..economical prices. . . -- 1037 Ford V-8 Slandord Coup*. "lM7 Ford-V^8/85 »'. P."Tudor Sedan. 1037 Furd.V-e. 00 H..P. Tudor Sedan. -. 4-uoi J?or'd"V-a Deluxe Tudor Sedans: : · 1932 Plymouth 4-door Sedan. 1030 Chevrolet, 4-door Sedan. · equipped with trunk. 1933"Ford Tudor Sedan sns Automotive Automobiles for Sale GOOD WILL USED'CABS. BENNETT MOTOR SALES. E CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 12M FINE LATE MODEL, USED CARS - "B. .E. VAN SCOY. INC. 258 B. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE J43 FOR SALE--106 Mixed steer and heifer calves; 183 yearlings, 06 springer cows. Write for prices; Martin Miller, Datavla. Iowa. LATE MODEL USED CARS! HETZEL-YOUNO MOTOR CO. FOR SALE--Three fresh cows. L. I. Krcinbrook, 3 miles from Mud School House, on Pinchot Road. SCOTTDALE. PENNA. PHONE «07. Autos. Accessories, Tires, Parts 13 ALL CAR CHAINS ,,,....' K OFFI ALL CAR JIEATERS : _.Vi .,. OFFI STORAGE-BATTERIES (EXCH.) $3.30 MOTOR OIL. 5 GALLONS He ALCOHOL. PER GALLON '. : 53c BRAKE LINING. FT Ifc-UP LINED BRAKE SHOES 22c TURN SIGNALS _ *7.!» AMBER LENS "C MARKER LlflHTS : 10c REFLEX REFLECTORS -. «Dc I LOWEST PRICES--INSPECTION NEEDS I COLDE TIRE it HADIO COMPANY. K6 EAST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 10, --SIQEL rUNEUAL. HOME-"The Last Word In Funeral-Scrvlc*.". CAU, CONNELLSVILLS-1SO. - r -. I'crsonals MENI=G'ct vuior':al"oncal ZXcw Osttcx Tonic· T.ablct5^contnln-.raw^-oystcr_; In- .vlKoratort* and-othcr ttlmulanvT." -One doscT.peps' up '.organs.. Klnnds.,'.:blrtKl. ·- - - - 8Sc. 4-eyllndcr model. Plenty o( mllci per gallon. ISM Ford Tudor Sedan »» I G BraEC s--Autos tor IlTre, Taxi H 1030 Ford Fordor Sedan $PO DcLuxo' model with a 4-cylindcr cnclnc. 1030 Ford Coupe »« 4-cyllndcr model In exceptional condlUon. Take your- choice! Our Easy Payment · ·Plan will help you own any of them] Othe£_ymis«»l; Barcalnt Include: 1337: OWsmoWlc_4-door- OeLuxe : NOW OPEN I And Ready To Serve Youl KEYSTONE CAJIAOE. 342 E. Crawford Avr. Pllonp 1"C6. HAM YOUNKIN. JIM TAYLOR. Business Service Business Service Offered 18 ,, Regular price }1: "Special- price J9e.-|;-; Carrie- Union : Dru, Co. . - . : . - · ' . . SI OILS-- Ano m»lt« minor »dj\utmenu Low Mileage. Like New. · ! on any wwlne machine In your home -- ;_· . , . " . . ; . J : Parts extra-- Phono do Troulmin's onU.c d o o r c L u x e . Scll »n. Livestock Horses. Cattle, Other Stock 48 Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 FOIl SALE--One-horse wagon: set one- horse hnmcRs; 1 Oliver plow No. 40. Many other uaclul {armlnfi.Implements too numerous to mention. Theodore Groh. llyndman St.. So. ConncHsvillc. MATS FOR SALE--Courier mat» »t lc per each Con be used (or -lining ymir CarnRc. chicken coop or out bulldlngi ot any kind. Inqutra at Courier Ofllc*. Bulldlnc*. Bulltllnc Materials 53 F YOU ARE-- Patching that small break In the kitchen wall, or plafterlnif every wall In thr house, we can furnl*h your needs. Stnne A- Work. Phone 1700. FQK SALE AT BARGAIN PU1CES--Uw?d brick, old lumber, windows. Muhei, flooring. Coal. Ilione IBM-H. Farm and Dairy Product* 55 Sprayrd and hand picked. 50e .p«*r biubi'. Somcr«*l potatoes. J1.23 prr b»r. We dt-ltvrr. 413 C. W«shtn«1on Avr, Phone KVR. ~-_"__-Straycd,jIjpst, Found -- -- 1 0 j : ~' WlblrTllR-PAKTY--Wio"tonl?ine-I3rtmn p 53 * .Silk""UmBVoira'-by. mlHtaUo,. fiomTth'o of- j ·* f l c e " o f ..thc^Orphcum.' Theatre ' a t the! ".. . . . ··-" · ^^^^^^^^^'^^s^^s^-1 ·m~ T,f»~ n - VlM/vtlt ··«rw*1nt* · Vrtllnr- '" - AlfcO a UCHlOtUtTatOr. LOW mUCaKC. ... j New car,guarantee. V - . . . I ' UPHOLSTERING. AWNINGS - rUR.N'1- ; TU11E REPAIRING QUAUTY WOttX. · . -Call FISHER ftioa* PC«, 1 perfect condition. Insurance and Surety lion da of The Courier.- ~-- -- ,-- -- .LOST OR STRAVED-Encllsh Setter. We have the kind ol Uwd Car you want * ALL KIND EXCKFT urc. IFAVETTE REALTY co. PHONE female. »25.00 reward for any Int formation or return. R. T. Llnlngcr.. Springfield Pike. Phone 4US-R-3* \ LOST--key case -nnd bnnk book In paper ; bag, Monday evening. Owner'* name * on book. Reward If returned -to Courier. .,. - . - - · - UOST FOX TERUIEIt PUP--Brown and . white. Reward if returned to 311H , E. Cedar Ave. Phono 56-M. Automotive Automobllei for Sale 11; · - - · - "O.-K." USED CARS ''.-- "NOW ON DISPLAY ON OUR USED CAR LOT WEST CRAWFORD AVE. NEXT TO WT3K.THEIMER MEN'S STORE, A.VD ALSO ' INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 127~WE£T APPLE.STREET. MASON - MOTOR COMPANY. Open Evening* 'till S o'clock. Open Sundays 'till 0 o'clock PHONE 105. PATRONIZE those who advertu*. at a price you can oJTord to pay, 1930. 1037 models of Fords. Chevrolet^ | DodRcx. OldsmobHcs. Duicks. AH reconditioned and teady to col ! TJon't Buy. Any New car Until | Vou've Seen Th* 1953 Models Ot Tho LINCOLN ZEPimi The World's Best Terms! Very Good Trades And Demonstrations? WEST STOE MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIXEO FORD and LINCOLN DEALERS WEST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 407 Open EvcnlnRst Open Sundayil T, D. GAUDNEK. \ h j c rssURANCE-- ?- - f u r r»lcv Jamc* R it..., MH-* y 1*1 rn Duildtnfi. rhOD* SM Stovinr. TrueWn*. Storage M! · bn "* CU*»ined UK. rAHMKR HERE'S UONKY IN YOUR POCKTTI Why not run * *ma)) Inrxp«Riv« faction which will find · market for your (Arm proOucU* your Uv* itoek. your (arm 'mptcsmntj, and household tool? You will nnJ many p*cpi« »ho w*nt w buy the m»r.y thfnjc you Ittvr for »atr t *n* Dally Courier has » Urice rural circulaiion «tilrlt mkt it th* r*pu]*r cholc* tfU th*i yovr mf*%ajr« *1U rradi th» p*onle who *i* tn Ui* m«ik*t (or your prwluctx Vou WUl rind: Our r»tr» lo tb» InC AU CULL'S TRANSKKR A STORAGE Local and lone dUUnc* movinc Evcrr load Incurvd Modern Horace (or ho*a»e* hold goods \Vc do craunfi (or ihlpment by rail Phone SO. I£Z Cait tTach vtrnt. A-No. 1 SERVICE Ii what you ffet from Classified Ads When you have * ipeclal need to fill, phone ui the particular* and dctotls. You can ect an ad-taker'ai 12 or 13. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE ' 3 8 -,'.Today's-uncharted: puzzle-starts with. No. 1, across, a (lye-letter -^wciyl._ Number 1,. doviTi.-.a.five-letter word. Fill In squares at the ."" -en "ti 6f each word anil-cheek with tomorrow's solution. -· · nouns -. ' 26--A lump"' · 10--Approaches 27--Pertaining-' -.'I-- Author' of. '..27-- Fluid" :." . . volcanic . . . ,,.. .. . .. ·-.- t.Home':-:...-''.28-:ShorV:for - · ·'8^7-Trcmulous-- ; ^chryssnthe- · : jl-- Standards ·"·'· "-·"mum's - -' Z --- '-of-boauty.-.-30~^Croclt "coins jn-- Quiet 32-- Exist 14-- Gasp 33-- Chopping 15-- Worthless tool leavings - 34 -- Tumult 17 -- Type · 36-- A river of measure .Africa 18-- Form of the 3S-- Incite verb "to be" 40-- A bony 30-- Fish-collng outgrowth aquatic . . on a deer's mamma) head · 22-- Measure of 42-- To.dycT length .again 24-- Falsehoods 43-- A. little 25 -- A Kurj'c'' ^ ifllaml DOWX ' 1-- One who - being a plays the i nation pipes-- - 'S^-Asuffta . 5-- The rtraf- " 7-- Small maru-^T" villages - 3-- An: intense" 8-- Meat ple« desire "~ . (Eng.) (slansf": '' 9-- Suffix to ',-- Statc;or;-_- form the quality of- plural of. 12--Therefore . .16--Recto. -. ·· ; -· (abbr, - "19--A male descendant .:. 21--Ever (poetic) 22--Gifted 23--Boy's nick- mime to the lobes 28--Put forth ' force 31--Thus 33--At the lee sldo - : - - · 35--Symbol for tantalum 37--Sick 30--Exist 25--The covered 41--Symbol for part of a nickel locomotive Answer to previous, jmizle Prlntlnc, Encravlnc, E S T I M A T E S OLADLY OI\X.N ON roint WO«KI Letter fleadil-- Bill llcidil For Hcnt CflrtJsJ-- -Kor S*l« Ccrdiit Calllnc mini-- lllndmjl No Trespaulnc Sisnk For Said Ml WorX Gunrantrtdl. At Reasonable nates! COUniER JOB DEPARTME.ST. PHONE CJ. COtlUER DLDC. OB PHO.VE RESIDENCE. 81. Professional Services :OHRECT FITTING TnUSSES-- ElMUc Hosiery and other mrclcjl appliance* A A. Clarke. Pli. r. DrucAlst. 323 North Plttoburg itrecl. Phone IM. E. K. FITZGERALD. O. D. D. O. S. OFTOMBTIUC EYE SPECIALIST WOOLWORTH DUDG PHONE 1U- Repalrlnc and Rcfinishlne 29 ELKCTItlC : CI.EANp;itS--And washing .mncljlnt*N ovvrliliulccl. Wrlnscr rolls -nnd parts furnished for nny make. "Phono MM-R-22. Jno. 11. Work. . Employment Fuel. Feed. FertllUen SO r YOU HAVE A STOKETt--Tty · load of our jpecJally prrparcd «o**cr coJ). «innf £c Wfirk. T'hoa* I'tO, CUSTOM COAL--lOc. 1^ and 13« d«- llvrrc^l, Ccorce W. Kern, ConntlUvtlU. I-hone «l:!-ll-ll. nrsr QUAUTY--o n. cokme coal, moderately priced. Irr.mcdUle aellvery. Gerald Schomcr. pncne 3091. COAL--Good btack lumpy run o£ mine lOe bushel Ccllvrrrd. Cuh. Koballa IHos. I"hon« BUT. GK.VUINI: WASIHNGTON RUN COAL-- H'm Dull it Son Phone CTvllH. 107: Scottdale, XI: Dawion. VOT. SOFT SCllinCN COKI^-M per c-nt coal. 3c per buihel at Old Alice Mine, between Mt. l^lraNint and Scottdale. COAL-- flc, toe. 11 He and 13c !or buthel. dcllvcr«l. 100 bushel or more. Cash. Call Wm. Mc.Vnnls. Phone 1335-n. COAL--D*tU black, run ot mine coM. 7c bushel at bin, lOc delivered. Cash. Jo« Obwelscr. Dowson. Phone 403C, Household Goods 59 STORE WIDE nEDUCTIONSI ON ALL FURNITURE. IttJCS AND STOVES. COME INI SEEI AND SAVE! LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES. MERVIS FURNITURE COMPANY. NORTH P1TTSBURG ST. PHONE 2020. YOUll CREDIT IS GOOD HERE! FOB SALEI Help Wanted--Female ALL KINDS OF--Used lurplture Includ- 32 : Ins coal, Kas and combination ranges - -- -- and heaters. AUo some cood pianos at WANTED--Lady demonstrator for new' bargain prices. household appliance to be demon- j ·strated-nt-salesroom.-_Must hnvc .per-' DULL'S STORAGE. Ronallty. some "office 'experience." and 122 EAST PEACH ST. PHONE 50. ..Bales ability.' write "G." 'euro of Herald.- Unlontown. Pcnna. · Help. Wanted--Male ' 33 FOR SALE--Electric stove Mrtth Jour ng unite. Phone 130C-K. WANTED--Salesmen lor sollcluiUon In i Connellsvllle nnU vicinity. Non-com- i petltlve Household appliance Uiior'P'run T ter ·ambitious S'ounc men with limited ' T\VO U C. SMITH TYPEWRITERS--A( Wanted--To Buy sales experience. Itcfcrtnce exchanRcd. Write "L". care.of Herald. Unlontown. Pennn. · .^ · -^ WANTED--Mnnager. for Conncllsvlile and vicinity. Non-ebmielHlve household appliance line. Prefer ambitious young · man will: limited soles experience. . Reference exchanged. Write "L." care ' ot Herald, Unlonlown, Pcnna. " Financial .Need Money 40-B Get A Loan From PERSONAL ·· Then'-Buy-For'Cash and Snvol ONLY ONE THING--Needed to Ret up to $300 here:--The ability lo repay small. ..rcKuIar amounts on any loan plan you ; select.' Come In NOVi'l . PERSONAL FINANCE CO. Over McCrory's Store. Phone M. WKST CRAWFORD AVENUE. Instruction Instruction Classes reasonable price. Write Box 23, care Courier, stating condition of machine, price, r *d style number. CASH IS WHAT; WE PAY-- .BRING IN ALL YOUH LARGE CLEAN WHITE RAGS TO THE DAILY COURIER" OFFICE TO- DAY AND WE WILL PAY YOU "5c" PEH POUND. WHY NOT LOOK AROUND AND MAKE YOUllSEl.]. SOME SPENDING MONEY?!? Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board c L-EO BF=IU CO?TKIC1IT BY ICO BRUCti RrjLEAMD BY CENTRALPKESS ASSOCIATION RBAD THIS FIRST: Alex Norrm. a writer -who objecta to detective atorfca, la thcorlzlnf; on iho subject of crime fiction, durlnff a week-end party at Uie home of Dr. Thurflton. near London. Other KUCSU are Townaend. the author; WllllJima, the family lawyer, and Strickland, a ·portaman. Mm. Tliuraton la tho only woman present. Townaend observes that Mrs. Thuraton appeara atranpcly fluflhed alter a. conversation with Fet- lowcu. the chourrour. Mr. Rider, the vicar, la another guest for dlantir. Strickland begs to bo excused, saying he destrea to retire early. ·(NOW CO ON WITH THE STORY) CHAPTER 4 I DID NOT notice the time when Strickland retired, but I have since calculated from later events that It was about half-post 10. The next to get tip was Alec Norrls. He had threatened to break up the game at Uie end of tho next rubber. He had been playing with Thurston, Williams and me, while tho Vicar and Mary Thurston had been talking with aomo Intcntncgs where they sat together on the settee. "You would like to Join the game, Mrs. Thurston," the Vicar said, "and It la quite time I «t»rtcd to walk home." "It's not very far, Rider," Thurston remarked politely, though I don't think anyone was sorry. "Mo.- I shall go through the orchard. Be home In five minutes." And protesting his gratitude for a pleasant evening, he took .himself off. ' Wo did play one more rubber, but It was not very successful, for Mary Thurston was a poor player, .and Sam. Williams, who was her partner, was Inclined to take his bridge seriously. And we finished It just as the clock In the hall ·truck 11. "" "No," Mary Thurston sold, "no ·more, really. I'm making poor Mr. Williams miserable. Besides, 11 o'clock Is my bedtime." That was quite true. Like a little child, Mary Thurston hod her nxed hour for rctlrtnir. and If she ·taycrt up b«yond it, did so always with a sense ot guilt. I could rc- mrmbcr her often enough in the pnjtt nttndlng up when she had heard that chime, Visaing her husband, and bidding UK gcxxl night with an Ingenuous, even rathtr babyish smile. She left the thrre of us. Williams, Thurston and me, to pour ourselves out a very welcome whiskey. L*xkln£ back on that night 1 remember with gratltuiie that from then until the ... until the Irajrfjy, 1 remained with Ihe other two. None of ua MtirrcJ from the rwm. Our staying them talking Ktved us. nji you will see, from great *J-al of Interrelation and un- pIe«M/itnc.M. One* 1 remembered a letter which I had left In my overcoat pocket, ami thought for a moment o! fetching It. X actuall eroiuwd tho room and ojwned thi door, but fortunately «t lhat mo. mrr.t WtHiorcs ajtketl me *om question v.h!cn It Integrated me t Answer, and I went no farther, have cause enough to be glad of 1L licfore leaving un, Mary Thuraton had turtle*! on the n and though none of us was hllarut.ei by Uie effort* of a popular dance bond to provide entertainment for CIrcat Britain, we did not actually turn It off. It maile an uninteresting undertone to our conversation. S£nc« I was on rny f«t, however, I thought of switching it oft. and should have done so before sitting down. But I paused to answer Williams' question, and it waa ouring that pause- that we heard the first scream. So much of Uic subsequent Inquiry depended on time, that I nhould like to have been able to ftx this precisely, but I can do no more than say that it must have been at about a quarter past 11. I had closed the door again, and was returning to the other two by the fireside. Now you must know I have no wlali to chill your blood or emphasize the grucaomo aspects of this affair. But I ilo ask you to It wax I who picked up a chair and drove It through the upper panel. imagine the effect of that Interruption. Wo were In the cozy flrc- Jght of an autumn evening, quietly sipping our whiskey, In a cheerful friendly house. We knew each other and the household well. There, had been nothing to arouse even the faintest presentiment of evil-or misfortune. We were normal English people in a very ordinary house. And suddenly, from Just over our heads It seemed, came that long, horrifying woman's cry of terror. It was the shock of it which seemed to stun me. Not the actual sound or Its implications, but the sudden ihock. Almost before we had jumped to our feet there was another, and a third followed It, but the third was the most hideous of all, for It died slowly out of our hearing. By that time we had made for the staircase. Thur?v i was first. "Mary!" he shouted, and in spite of his weight he bounded upstairs like a frightened boy. I do not know how many seconds it took us to reach the door of Mary Thurston's room. But that it was seconds, and not minutes, not even one minute, I am certain. At the door stood Alec Norrls, the writer. But the door was locked. At first we threw our shoulders against It. Then Williams, press- Uig first the top, then the bottom of It, shouted, "Bolted! In two places. Smash the panel in, Thurston." Thuraton was still heaving his weight blindly at the door, and It »vu I who picked up a solid wooden chair which stood on-the land- Irir-. and drove It through the upper panel. And through the Jagged gnp I caught a glimpse of the room, and of something- in 1] which was horrible, and yet which gave me none of the astounded shock which the screams had given me. I suppose they had made me expect It. For what I saw was the dim outline of Mary Thurston's face on a pillow which was more crimson than white, and 1 knew at once that she had been murdered. ·Before we could enter, however It was necessary to smash in lower panel as well, for the door was tall, and, as Williams had said, bolted at top and bottom. I myself leaned through the broken woodwork and pulled back those bolts. And lest it should be oubtcd later, let me say qulto learly now that each was driven omc securely. Indeed, it took me everol seconds to get the lower * ' nc back at all. When I had done that, and while. was standing up to turn the han- le, Thurston pushed post,us into- tho room. And as he did so I became aware that we .had been olned by two others. My wholo onsclous attention was concen-v rated on the room before us, so hat It was only as It were from- the corner of my mind that I pcr- elved Strickland standing there beside us, and Fellov.-cs on the · talreasc which roso from beyond Mary Thurston's door to the second floor. At what moment they) , md arrivod I did not, do not,, know. But I am certain thati neither was there when we had} flrst reached the landing, and that neither had appeared when £ stepped back to pick up tho chair. In other words, neither was on the- scene- within a minute of th« screams, though both had arrived soon after that. And now we were peering in at .hat doorway. We stood there, tho four of us, as though we had been warned to respect the room. W« stood, and saw what Thurston saw, and observed his movements. There was only a reading lamp alight In the room, but it was not LOO heavily shaded for us to ice Lhe whole Interior, Across the bed lay Mary Thurston, fully dressed. But it was tho pillow on which her · head lay which drew our horrified stare, the pillow and her throat. For the pillow, as I had already seen, was gtalncd hideously with scarlet, and across her throat, her fat white throat, there was a still ghostlier scar. But once again I do not wish to be unnecessarily harrowing. It is sufficient to say that when Thurston told us in a choking voice that she was dead, . we did not speak or move, for w« had known what his words must be. Sam Williams kept his head. "Don't move," he said to us who stood in the doorway. "He must be in there," And he reached for the light switch, and snapped it down. This, however, had no result, and I was conscious of 4 slight relief. Any further light on that scene would have been too merciless. (To Bo Continued) Real Estate for Rent- 'and Flats 74 FOR RENT--Six room aparlnK-st, Available February 1st. Steam heat, hot nnd cold u-.iter. Free janitor service and garbage service. Inquire Keller Shoe Store, White Front Building, 128 No. Pittsburg utreet. UNFURNISHED APARTMENTS -- Three rooms, bath. Heat, light, water, gas furnished. No children. ' 122 West Peach street. ou KENT--Down town apartment, fiv» rooms and bath. Heat and water furnished. Immediate possession. Phone 341. FOUH ROOM APARTMENT--Bath, newly painted, good condition. Anna B. Schmitz. corner Crawford and Arch. 48 I FOR nENT--Large room. KUltnblc {or one or two persons. 010 N. Plttaburg street FHANKLIN COMMERCIAL COLLKGB-- F.nroll lliis month for February class-to M-curu the new typewriter free. 1 Piuiiiu 218.. Cojlnellsvlllo. Pa. Rooms for Housekeeping You tell us and we'll tell the world) ' yearly rates upon- request. | FOR RK.VT--Two furnished rooms for IlKht hou*ckct'pinK. 1210 Vine Street. REMEMHEK. The more you lay. the quicker It pays. FOR RENT--Apartments. Inquire Smuts Hardware, 717 Crawford avunuo, W Side. . . " '. . Real Estate for Sale Hoaxes for Sale 84 A REAL BUVI BLACKSTONE ROAD. 7W-T18 WEST SIDE--Twelve room double house wtlh bath and heater, all modern. Thli property must bo sold at once to settle estate ' Immediate possession. Price reduced to 11.300. PAUL WAGONER 1009 \V. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE. MS. von RENT -- Five room unfurnished apartment. 1110 Race street. FOR RENT--Four room furnished apartment. Inquire 336 E. Crawford Avc. Uouses for Rent 77 EIGHT ROOM HOUSE--Two acres of ground at Moycr. Slfi. Inquire Peter H.' Wclmcr, Wcimer Arcade. FOR RENT--Six room house, city water. 1 acre ground, at Crosslnnit Station. Inquire 111 \V. Fayettc street, or call 1717-R. FOR RENT--Five room house wllh bath. West Stele. $18. Inquire Robert Norrlh. Phone 505. Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Keal Estate REAL BUYS IN REAL ESTATE! SPRINGFIELD PIKE--Service Station and Lunch Room. MUHPHY AVENUE--Small four room building and /our lots. VINE STJiEET--Two. olsht room houses and one, six room house. LOGAN'S CROSSING--Four room house. 25 acres of Rood farm Innu. McCOY HOLLOW ROAD -- Six room house and six acres of land. COTTAGK AVENUE--Plve room house and .six room liotiKC, SOUTH CONNELLSVILLE -- Six room house. SYCAMOItK STI1KET--Six room house. \VM. P. MeNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 17SO PROPERTIES FOR S\LE OR RK.N'TI T. C. PliALIN SO. CONNELLSVILLE, IV P1IONK OTIS 1IKHK IS TH10 ilOMti YOU HAVE UKBN L.OOK.NG FO1H OttOSSl.AND HOAO-- Ju»t One-hall from tho City Limit:*. Ten room tu iiu'Uulti.t! three acres ot Urn! a tut tiukkttnn*. two haths. «Iwtru*Uy, COUNTY WILL NOT PAY $250 CORRADO BILL UNIONTOWN, Jan. 26.-- Ajiother echo o£ the county's -Monaghan cas« was heard Tuesday as county commissioners and county controller, supported by Attorney Gcn'eral Charks J. Marsiotti refused to recognize a bill for $250 submitted by Dr. Cataldo Corrado for services during the investigation and subsequent trials.. The local physician, who had been indicted as an accessory by the Attorney uppoaviiiK here in the role of special investigator, and whose trial was unwnt: tticvw «ol prosstxl rvX-Vnlly by Allfxhoi\* county iwthoritu-,*, luvMtntni « bill lor $250. Tho statement xivvsUvcsl It \v»« "for nltemluoi v« the iftt* Ueilty tvi?.* «\ Vii C^vwty (Vtw^v ki»v AvUv-W ' and t »nj tho ,'* J, \V, Kan- av,t Mkh- HcX- Albert riOt Tltr v^ \va» *sw«x1( l\ « head i \-.f » U-Uw n\m U R. ,\^.vt*l SHVOltsalvir for Uic «( % ,*\»«vx» \vl\o \vorkcd J\ii.( Houses Tor Sale VERY DESIRABLK WILLS ROAD-Slx room brick, KuK type. Very modern; Greet) siivel, room bunfinloir, hot \v*.iter Iteai, W. PETKH PBTKR WEIMKU WEIMKR ARCADE. Wm. P. M HUIUDIN'O. von SAI.K--Nice six \Kith, i-\tu* 'U and \\\ l"*rico I* t\ . PllOKS V, t \ii.ihAn vaso. In which "Will y\»u |»SM.« Mr. whether \iiUh, »-\tu* ilccn lot. .C^o 1 WU Fail F.(Uvii;w avlMlvi Nnnix- I'hoiui Mi TIIEIIE ARK many thincs ublaiiMliI" through the Cl.iMi(icd Adc that It would be dUlicull to cct In any other ivny. TDK i'l-OSl-K \ull s.m'V. lu c!."Mlici! ,Klr, llu-- i-Vvi .um- nivm,\v will .slick tu you atirl tli« tarther it will ^c when you spend it. * ] K»wovy Ihlok iho attuchcd (biU of ' c'oi i-i\iK»\ houU be pnid?" : j In u-tMslun tv rccoKnlxe Uio Wll j for ihi imifi's^ionnl scrx-lces, the j (Miuity oitlolulv oll'ci', in support of i tlwif notion. :i letter of November 8 in which 1 .imlgrcn Uiid stated: "Mr. Mm'KmUi :i^rees with you nr.d cuntf.ii iippttisv this bill because uf IJir fin.-! that Dr. Corrndo gave no i oxpiTt tr.,li!!WM.v for the Common! vvculUt. I am returning the biU."

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