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PAGE TEN. UUUKiER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. ..... THURSDAY, .FEBRUARX.9,'' 1939. Courie^ Classified Advertisements For Quick I Results 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9o cash; lOc charge. 1ASSIFIED AD RATES- Ads to-Be Run 3 Times: Per line, 7c cash; Sc charge. Special Yearly Rates . Upon Request Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c cash; 7c charge. These Rates Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. ; There are five (5) average words to each line. ) ·;"Cards of Thanks,'-' 50c Flatmate. '-':. ''-"·". Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker rSpecia/--Your Ad Inserted U 7" Times for the Price of Six'--Spec/a/ No Ad. is Taken for Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Card of .Thanks, SEALS--We take this menns of thanking our many friends for- the -sympathy extended us clurng tho illness. anti Jol- .lowing the death of our dear father, . Roseberry Seals. Especially do -we thank Rev. A. R. Mansberger and members of the choir who sang, .those who so kindly furnished cars and nil - who assisted in any \vay. IMrs. Jos. T. Sage, Jr., and iamily. Personals -MEN OLD AT 4 0 1 -- G e t pep. New 'Ostrex." Tonic . Tablets contain ' T a w -- oyster rnvigorators and other stimu- - lanls. One dose starts new Pep. Value Sl.OO. Special.price 89c. Call, write Union Drug Co. - -Strayed. Lost. Fonnd 10 "FOUND--Black bird dog.- Owner may have same by calling at Fire Dept., South Connellsville. Automotive Automobiles for Sale U · ANOTHER S P E C I A L "FOR TODAY 1 1037 FORD STANDARD COACH-' '.HAS ' NICE BLACK -FINISH, GOOD TIRES. UPHOLSTERY IN FINE - COM3ITION, NOT A. ·SCRATCH 'OK THIS CAR. A REAL BUY. DOWN PAYMENT. 5120. BALANCE .IN 12 MONTHLY PAYMENTS OF S18.62. · FIRE. THEFT AND COLLISION IN- . STOANCE INCLUDED IN ABOVE PAYMENTS. ,,· . C.'M. A. C. TERMS I (The Best) · MASON MOTOR COMPANY. CHEVROLET SALES SERVICE. 127 W. APPLE STREET. PHONE 105. Open Evenings! Open Sundays! Business Service Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 " : INSURANCE ALL KINDS EXCEPT LIFE. FAYETTE REALTY CO. PHONE 1375. .' ' T. D. GARDNER. MGR. Movinc, Tracking, Storage 25 FOR MOVINU . . . PHONE 50. DULL'S TRANSFER CONNEULSVtLLE. PA. "FOR BEST SERVICE!" Modern Storage For Household Goods. Moving, Trucking, Storage 25 LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE--Movinj. Miller's Transfer. J53 East Crawford Avenue. Phone 183. HAULJNG--And delivcrlnc coal. Inquire Joseph L. Keffer. Phone Dawson -1942, Printing, En^ravinc, Bindins 27 LET US GIVE YOU AN " - E S T I M A T E · ON YOUR PRINTING WORK I Hand Bills!--Blfldmjjt--Catllnc Cards! Bill Heads!--Letter Heodat Tor Rent 'Cardsf--For Sale Carets! :; No..TrespasslnB Signj F o r Salel All Work Fully Guaranteed I All At - Rcasonnblo Ra'.csl CoirRIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE ra. . · · .DAILY' COURIER BLDG. OR PHONE RESIDENCE. Bl. Merchandise Farm and Dairy Products 55 FARMERS LET US HELP YOU 6IAKE SOME MONEYI HERE'S HOW--i'ou con find a market, for your farm products, your farm Implements, your dairy products, your live stock and household gooda by running a small Inexpensive ad in our Classified Section. Thcro you will lind many people who want to become your customcx or buyer The rural circulation of The Dally Courier covers a larRC area and your advertisement will be read by many people who are looking for lust U.e thlnss you have for sale. NOTE:. All classified ada are payable In ficK'Unce. You will find our rates tn the fibovo Classified Hcadinc. Fuel. Feed, Fertilizers 56 GOOD LUMPY -- Hun of mine coal. 100 bu.. 8c dfllvert'cl; 50 htl.. PC delivered: 25 bu., 12c delivered. Cash. Phone 2037 Frank Koball/i. GENU1XK--Wai.h!nir;on Hun Coal. I.OW price. \Vm. Dull Son, Phone 107 or call Dawson. 31101 and 3G31. Professional Services EXPERT TRUSS ETTTING-- Elastic Hosiery and other surgical appliances. A. A. Clarke, PH. G. DrugRlst 313 North Plttsburg Street. Phono 194. Employment SEE OUR WONDERFUL SELECTION OF HIGH GRADE USED AUTOMOBILES ON CUE USED CAB LOT AND ON THE SECOND FLOOR OF OUR GARAGE. , PICK YOUHS OUT TODAY! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY. WEST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 407. Situations-, Wanted---Female 36 Good Thinss to Eat FOR KALE--Bedford County pure maple syrup. Phone "097-R. 503 N. Pit^burs Street. Real Estate tor Sale Brokers in Real Estate SAY YOU. MH. RENTER--You can't wish for that home . . . but you can buy now for less than you wili later on. Let us tell you \vhal we have. Terms! PETER R. WEIMER. WEIMER ARCADE. PROPERTIES, FOR SALE OH RENT! T. C. PHALIN. SO. CONNEULSVILLE. PA. PHONE 075. Houses fci* Sale HOUSTON AVENUE. 210 -- Six room frame house with bath, in the very best of condition. Immediate possession. Priced to sell at 51.500. Inquire. Paul Wagoner. 1009 West Crawford Avenue. Phone 140. FOR SALE--Six room house with bath near Hospital, S2.000. FIVE HOOM HOUSE--With both, on paved street, 5C50. NORR1S. PUO.VE 503. FOH SALE--Six room house and six acres. Just outside of City Limits. WM. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BLDG. - PKOXE 1760. Auctions--Lecjols Lecal Notices 91 Household Goods | EXPERIENCED store or housework "by i Hutzel, Dawson, .Pa". '".' ts \vork In day. Mary LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 256 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234. USED CARS! SEE OUR SELECTION I E. E VAN SCOY, INC.. 259 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243. VOUCH MOTOR COMPANY. GOOD USED CARS. 321 SO. PITTSBURG ST. PHONE 8. Business Service Business Service Offered 18 FISHER'S UPHOLSTERY. AWNINGS. FURNITURE REPAIRS Sc RECOVERINGS PHONE DC45. 322 SO. PITTSBURG ST. GOOD, DEPENDABLE INSURANCE -All kinds. James R. Laughlin--INSURANCE. See me for rates. 300 First National Hank Building Phone 520. A FEW MINUTES spent in looking over the classified ads each day will save F.ou many hours and dollars in getting just what;you want. PHONE 12 or 13 for an Ad-taker. EXPERIENCED GIRL-- Wants housework by day or week; Reference*. Caii 1833-R. 5S LARGE SELECTION -- OF Hl-GRADK SLIGHTLY USED TABLE-TOP CAS STOVES, 50r. LESS THAN COST. SLIGHTLY USED 1 PC. BED ttOOM SET. NEW MATTRESSES. i55-M. !) PC, DINING ROOM SET. 533.50. 2 PC. LIVING ROOM SETS. LARGE SELECTION, $19.10 COXGOLEUM RUGS. Sf.5,-1 53.35. CONGOLK.UM BY TilE YARD. 4Bc. BREAKFAST SETS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. Odd DRESSEHS AND WAHDROnra. PUILCO. R. C. A. VICTOR RADIOS. 1937 AND 1!IM MODELS, $« JO UP. LAIiGE TflADE- 1 IN ALLOWANCE ON' YOU!! OLD FUR! KITURE AND STOVES. COME IN AND ! EE CONVINCED THAT OUH PltiCES j ARE RIGHT. CREDIT IF NECESSARY. ! MERVIS KUH.MTURE COMPANY. 1 NORTH PJl-rSBURG ST. PHONE :CO. AnMtXISTRATOH.'S NOTICH. ESTATE OF MARGARET MILLEB, late of Sail-lick Township, Kayclte Count}-, Pennsylvania, deceased. Letters of AdministraUon on the above cMale bavinc been K.-nnlcd to tlic undcr- Klyned. notice is hereby given to aH persons indebted to the said decedent to make payment to the undersigned u-itli- j out cle'ay. and al! persons having claims or demand), acain*t said estate are rc- ciucated to make known the :vame. Joseph ft. Miller, AdminiMrator, Indian Head. Pa. Arthur A. Hrown. Attorney. Wian-Ot-thurj. NEWS OF THE COURTS I Financial Need Money NEED CASH--In a hurry? We'll lend ^you $300 or less on your signature. -'Personal Finance Company. Phone 34. FOR SALE--Apartment electric washer. s'tudlu cnuch. fi:it top dciks, dre.s'iors, day beds, co.il and K^S ranges and lots ol oUicr ait;cits at bargain prices. DULE/S STORAGE. 122 EAST PEACH STREET. PHONE M. Merchandise Materials 53 "0n SAtX--Cnmbinattnn Cas ranue. Inquire 1003 W. Crawford Avc. Paul Wai; OR IT. COMPLETE LINE--O£ Shcrwin-WHllams Painls, ior inlcrior nnd exterior purposes. Stone : Work, Phone 1700. Musical Merchandise THE DISTANCE YOUK money poc* depends on whctlicr you arc a rejjular reader ol tho Classified Section or not. . OUR CLASSIFIED SERVICE is as near as your phone. Just call 12 ar 13 and your needs will soon be met withuut any further trouble on--your-part. FOR SALB--Silver tone R.tdJn. six-tube table model. In Cooti condition. Low price. PJ'.one C77-J. Wanlcd--To Bay WHEN YOU HAVE something which you would like to sell just call. 12 or 13 for a Classified ad-taker. Your ad on this page will surely catch the eyes of interested buyers. - · --'--. EACH OF these ads brings toRelher two people--advertiser and reader--for their mutual benefit and satisfaction. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 12 16 . 26, 33 .3S 10 n. l a 3-? ACKOSS 1 -- An expensive 26 -- Some . yj -A - cereal 'grain 28-- Debilitated 31-- A. support 33-Dlscovercd rarity 6 -- Lizards 10-- Project 1 i~S 0a F U l at!: "to be" 14-A looker-on ST-Bgyptian god 16-- In behalf of 3S-- An outer IS-- Theme garment 19-- Harrow inlet 39-- Epic poetry 21 -- Loud noise -11 -- Possesses 23-- Uniting '42 -- Vigorous , DOWN 1 -- Molded mass 13 -- Moderately of bread feeble- minded person Domestic beasts of "burden. £}--A cheap, 30--Military cap . printed 32--Abounding . cotton cloth . -.. [n game 24--A forebodings*--At this time .25-P.rrorm ^^^ 2S--Dampens 36 --Put on 2D--Goddess of · 40--Symbol for mischief (pi.) · selenium Answer to previous puzzle . 2--Greek letter 3--Japanese herb ·i--Breach 5-- Eastern university- 6--Native of Scotland t--The wapiti S--American poet k ffmftll cord 17_--Frosty 20--A spring (abbr.) 7,1--Faco of a timepiece AUIC, !£·') SAVE YOUR BIG WHITE RACSI THEN BllING THEM TO THE COUUIEIi OFFICE . . . WIU, PAY YOU IN CASH FOR ALL THAT YOU BRING Ui . . . AT 5c PER POUN1X Rooms and Board Rooms for OoascKccpIng: 69 FOR KENT--Two nicely furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Centra] location. 2.'12 E. Crawford Avenue, FOR RENT--Two lurniblied light housekeeping rooms, electric refrigerator. For adults only. 324 W. Apple Street. FOR RENT--Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 121D Vine Street. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 FURNISHED APARTMENT--Private tile bath, hot water heat. Business, professional people preferred. 1220 South Pittsburg Street. FOB RENT--Small, nicely furnished apartment, suitable Ior man and wife. 508 E. Patterson Avc. Named PUC Counsel. HAREISBUKG, Feb. 9.--Attorney General--Claude T. Reno has appointed H. Eastman Hackney of Pittsburgh and Uniontown as special counsel for the Public Utility Commission which plans to go to the Federal courts to seek an injunction restraining the Interstate Commerce Commission from" postponing effectiveness of a freight rate increase within the State, ranging from one to 11 cents a ton. Belle Vernon Man Burned. James We.igh.tman, 36, o£ Belle Vernon, H. D. 1, suffered severe elec- trical-· burns while at work in the Monessen rod mill of the Page Steel and Wire Division. He was taken to Charlei'oi-Monessen Hospital where his condition was said to be "fair," .Man Hero 27 Times. GALVESTON, Tex., Feb., 9. Friends estimate that in the past decad- Charles EertoJino, fisherman, has -·· ' ' 7 per:" from drc,,..:- ing. Thr-y hope to obtain a Carnegie medal for him. Application for n charter for Lu- r.orne Township Volunteer Fire Com- pnny, to be located nt La Belle, was Hied nnd hearing date was set for 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, February 14. by Judge linrry A- Cottom. The application set forth it was desired to create and m a i n t a i n a volunteer fire org.'miration for the fighting of fire* in Lur.ernc township and vicinity to foster goodwill, understanding and fellov.'in£ among the mem- be rs. Assets were set at S150 c.ish. Incorporriiors named include Lloyd Fitch, C. B. Lcichlitcr. Clarence McClinlock, Stephen D. Marecy, William Coiantoni, Joseph Roberts and Steve Varup, all of LaBelle, with these particular persons to serve the first year as directors of the organization. Suit for divorce was entered by Anna A. McdlSck, 50 Vine street, Un- ion'.ovvn, against Joseph Mcdlick, Edenborn. The couple married July 31, 1035, in this city and the wife charges her husband w i t h * cruel and barbarous treatment, indignities to person and w i i f u l and malicious desertion May 29. 1937. Mrs. Ardelia Hopkins filed answer with Prothonotary John J. Brady to charges made by her husband, Hilliard Hopkins, Continental No. 2, who recenty entered suit for divorce.^ The wife admitted they were married November 7, 1031, in- Uniontown but denied that by a course of cruel and barbarous treatment .ihe endangered her husband's life and, further, denied indignities to person which he claimed make conditions ir tolerable and life burdensome. On the contrary, she avers in contesting the divorce ac'joi, from ihe time of. their marriage, he conrtantly abused and mistreated h«r and, on August 21, 1937, knocked he-- down and severely beat her. Also, she says he fraudulently contrived to send her to Florida on September 28, 1937 and, since tha: time, has constantly refused to supp.n-t and maintain her or send her train fare so that she could return. Application for a charter Cor the Legion Club of Brownsville was filed by the law firm of Sherrard and Sherrarcl with Judge Cott'jrrr setting 10 o'clock Saturday, March..4, for a hearing on the matter. Purpose of the organization, if was set forth, is to foster '.he highest ideals of patriotism and devotion to the Government of the Unite.l States, to promote social intercourse and friendship among vetersans of the World War and their frie-jds and benefactors. Because a jury directed--hint to- pay costs in tiie case after Judge W. Russell Carr, at the last term of court, sustained a demurrer by defense attorneys for lack of insufficient evidence, John Pavlis, Filbert, was ordered to meet costs of 573.93 at the rate of $10 per month. Pavlis.was indicted on a charge of aggravated assault and battery preferred by Julia Tousel, Republic, as the result of an automobile accident July 3, 1938, at Filbert. The defendant told the court he could not raise the entire sum immediately because "I just got married "about a year ago and got too many bills." However, he promised to meet the costs in monthly installments. Why Not Try our classified columns when you want something? Kesults follow. CHAPTER FORTY-FI^B "GOOD LORD!" Mac stuck his nose into the powder box that held the cyanide. "Where did this come from?" "In the salon--second anteroom ahelf--" , . "The salon, eh?" Ho moistened his fingertip and touched it to the powder. "Genius, Elsie, genius!" he muttered, shaking his head, "How'd you happen to run onto it?" I told him and he nodded slowly: "Of course! The logical hiding- place! And anyone might have put It there. Anyone!" He stuffed the box into his pocket and helped me to my feet. "Keep this under your hat for the time being, girl!" "All right, Mac." "Telephone, Mr. Mclntyre." Hawkins appeared at the foot of the stairs. "I've put you on in tile library." "O. K., Hawkins, my lad!" Mac galloped down the stairs and slapped the astonished butler on tne back. "Come on, Elsie!" We'll see what Ellis has to say for himself!" In the library he closed the door and spoke slowly into the mouthpiece. I waited beaide him--on pins and needles. "Yes--yes--what? Are you positive? Well, I'll be a motikey's grandma!" He let the receiver fall noisily to the table, "Elsie," lie said, and on his face there was an expression of mingled stupefaction and amazement, "Ellis sa3's tlie cyanide was procured from that chain drug store on North High street, Columbus--and--and that the purchaser was--Mrs. Horace Withcrspoon!" "Atrs. Horace ?" I repeated stupidly. "How can that be?" "It could be, Elsie! It could be!".: Mclntyre'3 expression altered. It became stern, purposeful. "It fits! Oh, how beautifully it fits!" "What fits?" He was speaking in riddles again. "All the little pieces, girl! Every last one of them!" "Then you luiow--who la the murderer?" "Yes, I know." He sighed. "And I haven't enough evidence to con- vinca a jury of two-year-olds." "I began: "But how--" "By golly!" He slapped his .thighs. "We have one chance! One chance--" "Do we?" "We do!" He seemed to shake himself mentally. His eyes narrowed. I knew that he was speak- ing more to himself than to me, but I listened eagerly: "X will never in this woild confess--unless--" "Yes?" I leaned forward. "Unless he is caught In the act!" he concluded, clipping his words to staccato time. "The act?" I could only echo inanely. '.'The act of" murder, girl! The act of murder!" . "Oh!" I caught my breath -in my throat. "Don't be frightened." He" smiled at me. "It won't be as v bad as it sounds. I'm not going to let anyone else be harmed. When I say X must be trapped into committing a fourth crime, I mean that he must be given the incentive and the opportunity to do murder. Naturally, I shan't permit him to accomplish his purpose." I questioned fearfully: "Then X is a man?" "I'm using the pronoun collectively. He, or she, as the case may be." "How--how will you trap him?" "I don't know yet!" He frowned thoughtfully. "I have an idea--" Hawkins interrupted. He entered noiselessly. "Luncheon is served," he said reprovingly. "It is a quarter past the hour." "All right, Hawkins." Mac took my hand. "Come along, Elsie, we'll feed the inner man!" * * · The inquest took place that afternoon. It was held' in the Lawnville courthouse. I rode into town with.Phil and Mac. The guests and members of the household preceded us in tile family limousine. The servants brought up the rear in Miss Daphne's two-seater. The streets and sidewalks In front o£ the courthouse were crowded with curious onlookers who pushed and shoved and jostled themselves and us in an effort to catch sight of the principals in this town's most exciting and -stirring event since the day Lige Titus, the town drunk, chased his wife down Main street with a butcher knife! Henceforth IJge Titus must forevermore take a back seat. Murder among' the elite, among the very social Witherspoons, was a. delectable morsel for the starved tongues of the town. The butcher, the baker, the candlestick maker were with us en masse. They craned and crammed their necks; they pushed and pulled; they followed us into the courtroom. In the recounting of the affair, I have, I am well aware, omitted mention of the hordes of .curious men and women who stormed the gates of the Manor day after day. This omission, intentional, perhaps will be forgiven, if the reader will consider ihe state of my mind during the days and nights of my stay at the Wilherspoon estate. Murder is not a chummy affair, and I waa concerned only with .the preservation of my own skin and the.appre- hension and conviction of:, tile criminal. I was as isolated from the town and its inhabitants at though I were cast upon some desert island. Indeed, I had 'not set foot outsicie the grounds of the Manor since the Sunday evening f o l l o w i n g Mrs. Witherspoon'a death, when Phil had driven me into town to the picture show. Xow the crowds, laughing, shouting, even jeering, frightened -and annoyed me. Under Phil's protecting wing I ran Into the courthouse and took my place on the bench reserved for witnesses. The inquest was conducted by Dr. Didmore. Mac and Chief Ellis hovered in the background. A coroner's jury of farmers and tradesmen awaited instructions.- " The first half of the inquiry . proved dull and uninteresting. Witnesses were called. The guests, the servants, the family and inyself. Our stories were but a repetition of those which we had already related to the police. No reference was made to the arrest of Richard Witherspoon or to the- loss of the . emeralds. The' absence, of Miss Toots Lemoine was not commented upon. I - had begun to think the- whole business a vast waste of time, when the coroner cleared his throat importantly and summoned to the stand a total stranger to me. The man who shuffled forward was a huge, burly individual, with a bristling- red mustache and no hair. "Your name?" snapped Didmore. ."John Henry Herman." "Occupation?" - ·. . "Electrician," stated the stran-: ger, and a thrill of anticipation rah' % the length of my spine. The electrician! "Will you please to tell the court in j'Our own words the story of the" two telephone calls received by you- on the afternoon of the sixteenth, this month, and reputedly made by Mrs. Greely, housekeeper at the Manor." - - . ' ' . . . (To ba Continued), ' Two Children Drown Under Ice, Third Saved Eager to watch a fisherman on the ice in Jamaica Bay, New York, Emma Gray, 10; her brother George, 8, and Alma White, 8, started to walk toward him. Ono hundred yards off shore the ice gave -way. Emma and Geovgo were drowned. The fisherman succeeded in rescuing Alma. Wilfred Gray wrings his cap in anguish ' (left) as first aid crew works in vain over his son, and a priest administers last rites of church. Alms (top leit), recoverine at home, smiles, after her narro-w escape. Confluence CONFLUENCE, Feb. 9.--Mr.'and Mrs. Donnld Weller of Markleysburg announce the Birth ol a son at Frantz Hospital January 28. Both mother and baby are getting along nicely. Daughter Born. Mr. and Mrs. John Hoyden of Markleysburg announce the birth of a daughter in Frantz Hospital. It has been named Sandra Kay. Undergoes Operation. Clark Colflesh was admitted to Frantz Hospital for a minor opera- .tion. His condition is good. Personals. _JV[rs. Howard Frantz. and infant son, William, born ,last week, are getting along satisfactorily. Mrs. Louise Wolford of Brownsville has returned home after visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Donald Colborn. Mrs! V.lolet Hiltabidel and daughter of Mill Run are visiting the former's sister, Mrs, Lewis Fisch for a few days; Mrs. Elisabeth Logsdon and daughter, Alberta, of Thompson No. 1 have returned there after visiting Mrs. James Hosteller and Miss Mabel Logsdon. Delegates from Ursina, Johnson Chapel and Confluence Epworth Leagues attended the lifth and lasi of a series of institutes held in the M. E. Church here Monday evening.' The subjects for discussion were economics, missionary work and arts and woodcarving. The subjects were taught by C. C. Shaffer, Mrs. Mary Black and Miss Julia Frazee. Color Makes The Kitchen Gay Appliqiw aod Cross-; Stitch Arc- Both Easy to Do PATTERN 6037 "Orange, apple, peach, pear"--and cherries and grapes to boot--a grand way to add freshness and color, to kitchen towels! Do the large fruit in ap- plique or outline stitch, the smaljer fruit in cross stitch. Pattern 6307 con- tams a transfer pattern of. six motifs averaging 1x10 inches and the- appli- que pattern pieces"; color suggestions; illustrations of stitches used; materials To obtain this pattern send ten cents in coin to The Daily Courier Household Arts Dept., 259 W. 14th Street, New York N Y Be surT to write plainly your NAME, ADDRESS and PATTEKN KUMBE8.

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