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PAGE TEN THE DAILY COURrER. CONNEI^LSVrLLE, PA. THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1938. Courier C/assi/ied Advertisements For Quick Results -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. 1 and 2 Times: r=i Ads to Be Run 3 Times: Per line, 9o cash; lOc charge. ^ Per line, 7c cash; So charge. These Rates Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. There are five (5) average words to each line. "Cards of Thanks," 50c Flat Rate. Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker. Sp'ecia/-Your Ad Inserted V Times for the Price of Six !-Specia/ No-Ad. Is Taken For Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c cash; 7c charge. Announcements Card of Thanks WIDMER--We dctirc to thank our many friends and neighbors lor the many acts of kindness and sympathy extended us during the Illness and following the death of our husband, father and brother. Mr. Frank Wldmcr. Especially do we -wish to thank those who sent flowers, those -who so kindly furnished cars, the pallbearers, and all who assisted us In any wny. Wife, son. brothers and sisters. In Mcmoriam PAGAN--In loving memory of our dear mother, Mrs. Anna Bates Pagan, who passed away one year ago today. January 27th. 1937. Her smiling way and pleasant face. Arc a pleasure to recall. She had a kindly woi d for each And left tills world beloved by all. Some day we hope to meet her. Some day we know not when. To clasp her hand In the better land Never to part again. Son and daughters. Flowers and Mourning Goods 4 BASKETS SPRAYS AT REASONABLE PRICESI P R. DeMUTH Sc SONS C-VILLE--59 SCOTTDALE--SA Funeral Directors FUNERAL DIRECTOR WILLIAM A. McNANAMY AMBULANCE SERVICE 145 N. GALLATIN AVE. UNIONTOWN PHONE 373. CHAPEL SERVICE. -SIBE1- FUNERAL HOME-The Last Word In funeral Senrtc*." CALL. CONNELLSVILLE ISO, Personals MEN!--Get vigor at once! New Ostrex Tonic Tablets contain raw oyster In vlgorators and other stimulant*. On dose peps up organs, glands, blood Regular price $1. Special price 8Sc Call, write Union Drug Co. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 Strayed, Lost, Found LOST OR STRAYED--English Setter, female. $25 00 reward for any Information or return. R. T. Lininger. Springfield Pike. Phone 411B-R-3. LOST FOX TERRIER PUP--Brown «nd white. Reward If returned to 311 Vi E. Cedar Avc. Phone 58-M. Automotive Antomoblles for Sxlo -O.-K." USED CARS NOW ON DISPLAY ON OUR USED CAR LOT WEST CRAWFORD AVE. NEXT TO WERTHEIMER MEN'S STORE. AND ALSO INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREET. MASON MOTOR COMPANY. Open Evenings 'till 9 o'clock. Open Sundays 'till C o'clock. PHONE 105. WJIEN BETTER USED CARS ARE TO BE SOLD WE WILL SELL THEM I \ SEE OUJl DISPLAY TODAY! --that offer dependable transportation at economical prices. 1D37 Ford V-8 Standard Coup*. 1337 Ford V-8. 85 H. P. Tudor Sedan. 1037 Ford V-8, 60 H. P. Tudor Sedan. 4-1M4 Ford V-8 Deluxe Tudor Sedans. 1932 Plymouth 4-door Sedan. 1036 Chevrolet, 4-door Sedan, equipped with trunk. 1033 Ford Tudor Sedan ..._ ._ .. $275 ·4-cyllnder model. Plenty of inllcs per gallon. 1930 Ford Tudor Sedan ..--...... --.,,__. 1930 Ford Fordor Sedan . . . - TM ?00 DcLuxo model with a 4-cyIinder engine, 1930 Ford Coupe ...» -..... -- -~-.TM- $OJ 4-cyllndcr model in exceptional condition. Take your choice! Our Easy Payment Flan ulll help you own any ot them! Other Unusual Bargains Include: 1937 Oldsmobilc 4-door DcLuxe Sedan. Low Mileage. Llko New. 1936 Fontiac 4-door DeLuxe Sedan. In perfect condition. 1935 Ford V-8 Deluxe Coupe, fully equip* pcd with Heater. Defroster and Radio. Is In perfect condition. 1937 Ford Fordor DcLuxe Tourinc Sedan Also a demonstrator. Low mile tec. New car guarantee. We have the kind ol Used Car you wan at a price you can afford to pay. 1933 1938, 1037 models of Fords. Chevrolet*. Dodges. Oldsmobllcs, Bulcks. All re conditioned and ready to go! Dont Buy Any New Car Until You've Seen Tht 1038 Models Of The FORD V-8 and LINCOLN ZEPHYR The World's Best Terms! Very Good Trade* And Demonstrations I r WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED FORD and LINCOLN DEALERS WEST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 40? GOOD WILL USED CARS. BENNETT MOTOR SALES. 256 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234 FINE LATE MODEL USED CARS E. E VAN SCOY. INC. K E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243 Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 HURRY! -- HURRY! -- HURRY! BEST USED CARS IN CONNELLSVILLE I Reconditioned and Guaranteed! COME IN AND SEE THESE . . . 933 Bulck Coupe 86-S .... $300 934 Bulck 4-door Sedan, 47 - ... $450 D34 Chevrolet 2-door Sedan ... $300 933 Dodge 4-door Sedan . .. $300 931 DeSoto 8. 4-door Sedan ... .. $100 ;932 Ford 2-door Sedan .. .. $125 1934 Hudson 8. 4-door Sedan $400 1932 Nash 4-door Sedan $200 1932 Oldsmobile 4-door Sedan . . $200 1932 Pontlac 2-door Sedan, 6 wheels $275 1931 Packard 8. 4-door Sedan .. .. $150 930 Studcbakcr 4-door Sedan .. $125 1933 Terraplanc 2-door Sedan $150 1929 Studebaker 4-door Sedan . . $100 / Towing Anywhere . . . Anytime! YOUGH MOTOR COMPANY 310 S. PITTSBURG ST. PHONE 8. CONNELLSVILLE. PENNA. Au(os, Accessories, Tires, Parts 13 Instruction Instruction Classes FRANKLIN COMMERCIAL COLLEGE-Enroll this month for February class-to secure the new typewriter free. Phone 218. Conncllsvlllc. Pa. Livestock Horses. Cattle, Other Stock 48 FOR SALE--Three fresh cows. L. I. Krclnbrook. 3 miles from Mud School House, on Plnchot Road. Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 FOR SALE--One-horse .wagon; set one- hone harness; 1 Oliver plow No. 40. Many other useful fnrmlnfi implements too numerous to mention. Theodore Groh, Hyndman St., So. Conncllsvillc. MATS FOB 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. FOR SALE--Flrcless cooker, A-l condition. Wire bird CJKCS and stands, very reasonable to close out at once. Phone 1864. Buildings. Bulldlnr Materials 53 ALL CAR CHAINS . . 54 OFF! ALL CAR HEATERS . _ . ii ... OFF1 STORAGE BATTERIES (EXCH.) . .. $3.39 MOTOR OIL. 2 GALLONS TOc ALCOHOL. PER GALLON 5Bc BRAKE LINING. FT. 19c-UP LINED BRAKE SHOES 22c TURN SIGNALS $793 AMBER LENS ._ 7c MARKER LIGHTS . - 19c REFLEX REFLECTORS _ 49c LOWEST PRICES--INSPECTION NEEDS! COLDE TIRE A RADIO COMPANY. 128 EAST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 10. OUR CEMENT--Sand and gravel arc ol the finest qualities. Let us figure your requirements. Stone Work. Phone 1700 FOR SALE AT BARGAIN PRICES--Used brick, old lumber, windows, sashes, flooring. Coal. Phone lM-R. Repairing--Service Stations 16 NOW OPEN! And Ready To Serve You! KEYSTONE GARAGE. 342 K. Crawford Ave. Phono I7W. HAM YOUNKIN. JIM TAYLOR. Business Service Business Service Offered IS $1 OILS--And makes minor adjustments on anjr sewing machine tn your home Parts extra. Phone MO. Troutman'i UPHOLSTERING. AWNINGS -- I-URNI. TURE REPAIRING QUALTTr WORK Call nSliriL Phone K43. Farm and Dairy Products 55 APPLES--Sprayed and hand picked. SOc per buthi . Somerset potatoes. 9125 per b»R We deliver. 413 E. Washington Ave. Phone 865-R. Fuel, Feed, Fertilizer* 56 COAL--B-ft. Connellsville coking, lump and run of mine Pittsburgh Champ- Ion nut coal and large lump. Coke, all sires. Stone Ac Work. Phone 1700. CUSTOM COAL--I0c. izc and Uc delivered. Georg« W. Kern. Conncllrvllle. Phono «m-lt-ll. GENUINE WASHINGTON RUN COAL-Win. Dull JU Son Phono C"vlll«. 107: Scottdale. 302: Dawsoo, 4C37. COAL-- a-ft. black, run of mine coal. 7c bu*h«-l at bin. lOc dclltrred. Cah. Joe Obwrlser, Dawson. Phono 4036. Household Goods 59 Open Evenings! Open Sundays! LATE MODEL USED CARS! HETZEL-YOUNO MOTOR CO. SCOTTDALE. PENNA. PUONE 407. THE CLOSER you stick to classified ads the closer your money will stick to you and th« farther it will go when you spend It THERE ARE many things obtainable through the Classified Ads that tt Kould bo difficult to get in any other "*i*y. SPEND HALF as much for twice as much by shopping through tho Classified Ads. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 14. tzz 28 JS 24- V 25 N ACROSS 1--Decreasing 24--Knots in S--A l"irc thread or 9--Tho swell cloth of the sea 27--Spoken that breaks 30--An annual upon tho cereal shore grass 11--A viper 31--Matters 12--A pitcher (Law) 13--Impair 32--Large cask ' 14--Eldest son for wine of Noah 33--June bug 16--A French 34--The fruit of abbot a palm 17--A type of 36--Snow on the' automobile top of a 19--Diminutive glacier- of Augustus 37--A dwelling 20--To make on top of a f°8Sy building 23--Chop DOWN 1--flushed 5--Form of the 2--Rubbed off verb to bo 3--Pronoun 6--Stupefies i--Sullen in 7--Seize aspect 8--Food flsh 10--Chafe 23--Swiftness 15--Girl's name 25--Floats 16--Foretell 26--Withered 18--Recent 28--To gather 19--Sailor a harvest 21--A rcccs.1 in 29--Move for- a room ward with 22--Title of haste nobility In 35--Half an cm England 36--Greek letter Answer to previous puzzle Insurance and Surety Bonds 21 INSURANCE ALL K3ND EXCEPT Lltt. rAYETTE RKALTY CO. PHONE 1JTJ T. D. CARDNTK. UGR. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE--AH Unds. See m« for rales. Jaroe* H. Laughltn. Insurance. 309 First NaUonal Bank Building. Itiona 1=0. AIoviDir. Trueklnc. Storage ZS DULL'S TRANSFER ft STORAGE. Local and lone distance moving Every load Insured Modem stor«c« for household goods tl'e do crating for shipment br rail. Phon« 50. la Cast Peach Printing. Kncravlnr, Binding :7 E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUR PRINTING WORK I Letter Head*]--Dill Heads! For Rent Cards!--For Sale Cards! Calling Cards!--Hand Blllil--Binding! No Trespassing Signs For SaUt All Work Guaranteed! At Reasonable Rates) COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PIIONE 61 COURIER BLDO. OR PIIONE RESIDENCE. »L Professional Services 28 CORRECT SITTING TRUSSES-- Elastic Hosiery and other surgical appliance* A. A. Clarke. PH. C. Drugtftst North Pltubure street Phon* 104. DR. CEO. E DULL TREATMENT OF ALL FOOT AILMENTS WOOLWORTH DLDG. PIIONE 4M-J Employment Help Wanted--Female "LIVES THERE A MAN--With ambition so dead that never to himself hath said I'd like to have a business of my own.' Many thousands have found a Watklni. Dealership the answer to their fondest dreams 10.000 are now operating their own business as Wtklns Distributors of everyday home necessities We have an opening in ConnclIwiUc for a reliable person. Business established, no Investment required. We teach you Pay starts Immediately. If you arc honest, sincere and zmbilfous, here la your opportunity. For details write The J. R. Watklns Company. Box 367, - Newark. N. J. STORE WIDK REDUCnONSI ON ALL rUKNTTURK. HUOS AND STOVES. COME INI SEKI AND SAVE! LAItCC TRADK-IN ALLOWANCES. V.KRV1S FURNITURE COMPANY. NORTH prrrsnuiiG sr PHONE aco. YOUR CKEDIT IS GOOD HERE! FOR SALZI ALL KINDS OF--U»ed furniture Including coat, gas and combmauon ranees and heaters. Also some good piano* at bargain price*. DULL-S STORAGE. 112 EAST PEACH ST. PHONE 50. KLECTJHC RKTRIGKItATOR--G«» range. pracUcatiy new. W»mu! dining room suite, cxld p1r«» C«U Daw-con 332. FOll SALX--declrie stove wtlb four hr«Ung units. Itmne 13OS.R. Wanted--To Buy 66 TWO L. C SMITH TYPEWHJTCRS--At rv«*onable price. Write BOK ZX car* Courier, staling condluon of machine. price, r -d style number. CASH IS WHAT WE PAY- BRING IN ALL YOUR LARGT CLEAN WHITE RAGS TO THE DAILY COURIER OFFICE TO- DAY AND WE WILL PAY YOU "5c" PER POUND. WHY NOT LOOK AROUND AND MAKE YOUnSELl SOME SPENDING MONEY!?? Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board 68 FOR RENT--Large room, suitable for one or two persons 510 N. Plttsburg street. Rooms for Housekeeping 69 WRITE--For 15 pkg. Perfumed Starch. Sells IDc pkB Front SOc. Arrow Products, Rending. Pa. Financial Need Money 49-B Get A Loan From PERSONAL Then Buy For Cash and Save! ONLY ONE THING--Needed to get up to $300 here:--Tile ability to icpay small, regular amounts on any loan plan you select Come In NOW! PERSONAL FINANCE CO. Over McCrory's Store. riior.e 34 WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE. FOR RENT--Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 1210 Vino Street. Meal Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats FOR RENT--Down town apartment, flvn rooms and bath. Heat and water furnished. Immediate possession. Phone 341. UNFURNISHED APARTMENTS -- Three room*, bath. Heat, light, watci, gas furnished. No children. 122 West Peach street. FOUR ROOM APARTMENT--Bath, newly painted, good condition. Anna B. Schmltz, corner Crawford and Arch. FOR RENT--Apartments. Inquire Smutz Hardware. 717 Crawford avenue. West Side. COPYRIGHT OV LEO BRUCCt RELEASED BY CENTRAL PRESS A3SOCI READ THIS FTRST: Alox Norrla. a writer who objecta to detective stories, is theorizing- on the subject of crime fiction, during a week-end party at the homo of.Dr. Thurnton. near London. Other cucsta aro Townsend, Lh« author: Williams, the family lawyer, and Strickland, a ·portaman. Mrs. Thurston i* tho only ·woman present Townscnd observe* that Mrs. Thuraton appears etnuu'cly flushed after a conversation with .b'cl- lowcs. the chauffeur. Mr. Rider. Ul* vicar. Is another guest for dinner. Strickland begs to be excused so aa to retire early. Then, a few mo- menta after the hostess excuses her- aclf, three plcrclnp: screams from up- atalra penetrate tho house. Seconds later, Mrs Thurston la found dead In bed. her throat cut. (NOW GO ON WITH TILE STORY) CHAPTER 0 I THINK IT was the fruitless click of the electric light that turned my attention from the realization of Mary Thurston's death, to the necessity of discovering her .murderer. In' the agonizing seconds during which wo had stared at what lay on the bed, I had thought how dreadful, how tragic, as though it had been on accident. But when Williams pressed the switch and the room became no lighter, something woke me to sec that this . . . this horror was hu man work, and that its agent must be discovered. Still, it could only have been two or three minutes at the most after the time of the first scream. By no means could the murderer have escaped. "Stay in the doorway, Town ecnd," Williams said again, and began to search the room. I stood with Strickland and Fcl- lowcs behind me, watching him. He crossed first to the window, and peered out, and up and down, then went to a large cupboard, built 'into tho wall besldo the fireplace, and searched it quickly. I saw Ihlm look up to the roof of it, and tdown in the farthest recess. He 'crossed to the flreplacc, and briefly icxamlned It. He looked under the ibed, and at the mattresses; he 'opened a wardrobe. "Tho window again," I shouted suddenly. Though there were two ·windows In the room, only one of them was made to open, and towards this Williams hurried again. It is true that I had already seen him look out of It, but some instinct had made me beg him to do so once more. "Impossible," he said. "There's n 20-foot drop. And," he looked out again, "10 feet to the window above." Williams continued his search, as though oblivious of Thurston who was standing beside the bed Very low aoundjs like buried sobs came from htm. and he did no: move. Presently Williams had finished his Ilrst Investigation. "If there'* any place of conceal mcnt In that room," he said, "it is a specially constructed one." That was true enough. I hnd been eager to point out any possible spaco left uncxamlned by Wll llama. If ho gave me an opportunity. I suppo«9 that the hunting instinct Is still atrong In us. an though 1 never moved from the door my eyes and mind were occupied with the search. There was nowhere left to probe In the room Itaelf. "Hcllowe*. help me move tills carpel." Williams said suddenly "We'll leave nothing to chance." They polled up the carpet on. .examined the floor boardA. The;. looked over every foot of wai space. They re-examined the cupboard, the floor of the cupboard and the upper part of it. The b« V.-M a single one, light, and high »bove the floor. They scrutinizc the hoard* beneath it. They wen agnln to the fireplace, as though tc »eo whether It might not concea * means of ejicape. They movce the furniture and looked behind It Williams was white, and hi teeth were clenched as though h were n-preMing emotion. "It's un bejlevnblc," he said to me; then In a lower voice, "It's unnatural. And I was inclined to agree with "There's a twenty-foot drop." ilm. By this time, or during this Imc, we had been joined by Stall. Norrls and Fcllowcs both said afterwards that he had arrived be- 'ore Williams had first pushed up he window, but I did not notice ilm come. He was, incidentally, the only one of us who was already in pajamas. He wore an ugly woolen dressing gown, and seemed to be shivering, though the evening could not have been called cold. Presently Williams, whose lawyer's mind was best equipped for :hc situation, said, "We must get a doctor. And the police. There's no point in staying here. Better search the ground. Til telephone." Then Thurston joined us. "Have you 'phoned, Sam?" he asked. His voice was low and tired. 'Doctor? And everything?" "Just going to," said Williams, and patted his arm. And then--perhaps you will be shocked--the first thing we did was to have a stiff whiskey. Williams poured one out for Dr. Thurston, ivho had sunk into a chair In tho lounge, and gave one each to Fel- lowcs and Stall. Alec Norris' teeth rattled on tho rim of his glass as he drank. Strickland had not spoken yet, but drank greedily. "Look here, Townscnd," said Williams, "you take Norris, Strickland and Fcllowcs and make thorough search of the grounds." "Certainly," I said, though I had little hope of discovering anything. Cut 1 felt I could no longer bear the atmosphere of that house. The thought of Thurston, the rotund and cheerful, looking puffy and drawn, and Alec Norris with his white face and thin trembling frame, was too much for me. The man I most respected was Wll- Hams, who never lost his head, and handled the hideous situation admirably. In the hall were Kcllowcs, the chauffeur, and Stall, the butler and we decided to take the chauffeur with us, leaving Stall in case he should be wanted. "What about the women scrv- antsT" I asked. "Do they know? 1 It had struck me that It would be cruel to let Enid, the young parlormaid, go into that room unprepared. "Yes, sir. The parlormaid was upstairs while we wero at the. door, and I aent her down to the kitchen," Fellowcs said. "Well, stay with her and the. cook," 1 told Stall. "And don't let cither of them leave the kitchen." "Very well, sir," said the butler. We had just arranged our routes when Williams colled me from the ittle cloakroom off the hall to which he hod gone to telephone for the police. "I think tho phone's out of order," he said, "or the wires have been cut. I can't get an answer, anyway. Better tell Fcl- lowcs to take the car and fetch Dr. Tatc and the Sergeant at once. As quick as he can." 'AH right." Til have another try at this- thing. ..But It seems pretty dead,'" he said, returning to the cloak-i room. So Fcllowes went off to the village, and Strickland, Norris and I. out into the grounds. We had decided that Norris was to go aroundt by the stable-yards, Strickland was- to make on outer circuit, in the 1 remote hope that he might find'' someone, or something, among the trees which would help us. You will understand that wo had llttlc- confldencc in this chase of ours Into the open air. But the fact that Mary Thurston's door had been bolted, her windows inaccessible, and her room empty, already seemed to us so fantastic and inexplicable that we no longer behaved, or tried to behave, logically. I could realize little more than that a murder had been committed by some means which seemed to me almost supernatural. I was so much distressed, and so much at a, loss, that any course of action which had been suggested to mo. as likely to capture the murderer would have done as well as this mad rush Into the grounds. If Williams Tiad told me to search the garage, or the village church, or to take a train to London, I would have obeyed as readily. I had to do something. When I remembered that poor, kindly, stupid woman, who had always been so gently foolish and free from any sort of malice, lying as I had seen her, I was eager enough for work which might avenge her. So that I did not wait to calculate tho chances of any success for Norris, Strickland and me in the garden. 1 ran out blindly. (To Bo Continued) · Real Estate for Rent Houses for Rent 77 FOR RENT--Six room house, city water. 1 acre ground, at Croisland Station. Inquire 111 W. Faelte street or call 1717-R. FOR RENT--Five room house with bath. West Side. $18. Inquire Robert Noms Phone 504. EIGHT ROOM HOUSE--Two acre* of ground at Moyrr'. JIB. Inquire Peter R. Wclmor. Wclmcr Arcade. Real Estate for Sale Houses (or Sale FOR SALE! -- FOR EALEI BARGAIN DWELLING -- Four rooms, halls, toilet, electricity, gas nnd water. Situated in the center of the City near Stores, Schools, Churches and Car Lines. Price, $1,250. FAYETTE REALTY COMPANY 2nd NAT'L BANK DLDG. PHONE 1375. T. D. GARDNER. Mgr. CONNELLSVILLE. VERY DESIRABLE WILLS ROAD--Six room brick. English tpc. Very modem; Green street, five room bungalow, hot water heat, 52,650. PETER WEIMER WEIMER ARCADE. FOR RENT --Five room unfurnished apartment, Illy Race street. FOR RENT--Four room furnished apartment. Inquire 336 E. Crawford Ave. REAL BUYS IN REAL ESTATE! SPRINGFIELD PIKE--Service Station and Lunch Room. MURPHY AVENUE--Small four room building and four lots. VINE STREET--Two, eight room houses and one, six room house. LOGANS CROSSING--Four room house. 25 acres of good farm land. McCOY HOLLOW ROAD -- Sll room house and itx acres of land. COTTAGE AVENUE--Five room house and six room house. SOUTH CONNELLSV1LLC - Six room houi-c. SYCAMORE STREET-SIX loom house. W.M. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING PHONE 1760 Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate PROPERTIES FOR S\LE OR RENT! T. C. PHALIN SO. CONNELLSVILLE. Pf PHONE 975 Houses for Salo A REAL BUY! BLACKSTONE ROAD. 716-718 WEST SIDE--Twelve room doublo 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 1009 W CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE. US Auctions--Legals Legal Notices. 91 FOR SALE--Nice six room house with bath, extra deep lot. Good location, 208 East Falrvicw avenue. Robert Norris. Phone 503. . NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN OF IN- tentlon to file articles of amendment with the Department of State ol the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, at Ilar- risburg, Pennsylvania, on Monday, the 31st day of January, 193S. by BROWNSVILLE PUBLISHING COMPANY, a Pennsylvania Business Corporation, having its registered ofilcc at Brownsville. County ot Fayette, Pennsylvania. Said articles of amendment arc to be filed under the provisions of the Business Corporation Law of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, approved May 3, 1933. The nature and character of tho proposed amendment are as follows: "RESOLVED, that Paragraph 7th of the Articles of Incorporation of this corporation be and the same Is hereby amended to as to read as follows: 7th. The authorized capital stock of tho corporation Is Ten Thousand (10.000) shares without' par value. The stated capital applicable thereto is $50.000." · Z7Jan-lt. HERE IS THE HOME YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FORI CROSSLAND ROAU--Just one-half mile from the City Limits. Ten room house including three acres of lane! and outbuildings, two baths, electricity, new steam fun.ace. garage and laundry. Just recently remodeled and tn the very best of condition. Price Is reasonable Inquire. Wm. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1760 Auctions--Legals Legal Notices. 91 PIIONE 12 or 13 Tor an jd-lakcrt KXKC.UTHIX' NOTICE. 1 Estate of Jerome McCormick, kite of I the city of Conncllsvllle. Fayette Coun- I ly. Pennsylvania, deceased. Letters I Testamentary on tho above named estate j hiu Ing been granted to the undersigned, notice Is hereby given to all persons In- 1 dcbtcd to said estate to make Immediate pnment. and to those having claims I against tho same to present them. I properly authenticated, for settlement. Ida M. McCormick. I 317 South Ninth Street, 1 Conncllbvlllc, Pa. I J. Kirk Renncr, Attorney. 30-dec -Ct-thura. Executrix. AS LONG AS you have the Classified Section, you needn't wait long to obtain n thing you need--It in easy to scL EXECUTORS' NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that letters Testamentary on the Estate of Elizabeth Boyd. deceased, late of the Borough of South Connellsville. County of Fayette and State of Pennsylvania, have been granted to the undersigned, to whom all persons having claims or demands against said estate are requested to make known the same, and all persons indebted to said estate, to make payment without delay. William H. Lloyd. 1325 Aetna Street, Connellsville. Fa. Frank J. Bod. 1215VS Chestnut Street, Conncllsvillc, Pa. Executors. Arthur A. Brown. Attorney. M-dcc.-Gt-lhurs. ADMINISTRATRIX' NOTICE. The Estate of Jan Layo. alias Jan Loya. late of Dunbar Township. Fayette County. Pa., 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 all persons having claims or demands against said estate aro requested to make known the came. Barbara Layo, Administratrix Box 1395. Vanderbllt, Pa. s, Maxwell Llzza, Attorney. 30-dec.-«l-uuirs. WHEN YOU SHOP through tho Classified Section you buy from choice not from persuasion CLASSIFIED ADS arc messenger* ol thrift.

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