The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 28, 1938 · Page 18
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, January 28, 1938
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PAOE RTOHTEEN. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNRT.LSVILLE, PA. FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1938. Courier Classified Advertisements 1 and 2 Times: Per .line, 9o cash; lOc charge. For Quick Results -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. B Ads to Be Run Z Times: r=i i Per line. 7c cash: So charce. ·--' 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 Flat Rate. _- _- . ' Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker. Ad "inserted V Timeslor the Price of Six!-Spea'a/ Ad. Is Taken For Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Flowers and Mourninc -Goods 4 BASKETS «. SPRAYS AT_KEASONABuE PRICES! P -R- DcMUTH SONS · - · . C"VILLE--59 SCOXTDALE--834 Funeral Director! t T AMBULATJCE SEBVJCE 115 N. CALLATIN AVE. --UN1ONTOWN - PHONE 373.- - CHAPEL SERVICE. -STEEL FUNERAL HOME- · ' Tbe-Last, Word In Funeral Service."- CALLT'CONNELCSVIUJ! 150 Personals MEN!--Get vigor at once! New Ostrcx Tonic Tablets contain ,raw oyster In- vlgorators and other stimulants. One ,, dOSC- PCPS--UP rtrgnn*. pl.tnds. ,,,,^od. Regular price SI. Special price BSc. Call, write Union Drug Co. ", Strayed, Lost, Found 10 LOST OK STRAYED--EnGlish Setter female. S2500 reward for any information or return. R. T. Llnjncer, ; Springfield Pixc. Phono 4118-B-3. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 LOST--Bundle of carpet, ~between Iron Bridge and- Scottdal««-WiancKlay. Reward. Weaver Foulfry.Z.SCottdale. -' Automotive Automobiles for Sale . 11 HUBBYI -- HUHBY1 -- IIUBRVl ; BEST USED CARS IN CONNELLSVILLEI Reconditioned and Guaranteed! COME IK AND SEE THESE. ... 1S33 Bulck Coupe S8-S _-. 1034 Bulck 4-door Sedan, 47 1D34 Chevrolet 2-door Sedan 1033 Dodge 4-door Sedan 1931 DcSoto a. 4-door Sedan 1032 f*ord 2-door Sedan 1934 Hudson 8. 4-door Sedan 1032 Nash 4-door Secian _ 1032 Oldsmobllc 4-door Sedan --1932 Pontlac 2-door Sedan. 6 -wheels ' 1031 Packard 8, 4-door Sedan .. _ _ . 1930 Studebaker 4-door Sedan _. . _ 1033 Tcrraplane 2-door Sedan « ,1929 Studebaker 4-door Sedan - Towing Anywhere . . . Anytime! VOUCH MOTOR COMPANY SIC S. PITTSBURG ST. PHONE 8. CONNELLSVTLLE. FENTJA. MOO $200 $200 J275 »150 , S123 SIM S100 WHEN BETTER USED CARS ARE TO BE SOLD WE WILL. SELL THEM I SEE OUR DISPLAY TODAY! --that offer dependable transportation at economical prices. "7" 3037 Fotd V-6 Standard Coupe. 1837 Ford V-B. 85 H P. Tudor Sedan. 1037 Ford V-8, «0 II. P. Tudor Sedan. ' 4-1034 J"ord.V-S Deluxe Tudor Scdans."- 1932 Plymouth 4-door Sedan. 1936 Chevrolet. 4-door Sedan, equipped with trunk. . ~ 1933 Ford "Tudor Sedan . 1275 4-cylindcr model Plenty ol mllc5 per fallen. 1030 Ford Tudor Sedan _.» . $90 1930 Ford Fordor Sedan ... _ $90 DcLuxc model with a 4-cyllndcr engine 1030 Ford Coupe . _ . _ --~-- $30 4-cyllnder model in exceptional condition Take your choice I Our Easy Payment Plan will help you own Any of them I Other Unusual Bargains Include: 1037 Oldsmobllc 4-door DcLux« Sedan - Low Mllcace. Llk« New. 1930 Pontlac 4-door DcLune Sedan. In perfect condition. 1033 Ford V-8 Deluxe Coupe, fully equipped with Heater. Defroster and Radio. 13 In perfect condition. 1937 Ford Fordor DeLuxo TourinK Sedan " Also a demonstrator. Low nulcace. Kcw car guarantee. We have the kind of Used Cor you want at a price you can afford to pay. 1035 1936. 1937 models ot Fords. Chevrolet* ~ Dodges, Oldsmobllcs. Bulcks. All rc- - conditioned and ready to col Don't Buy Any New Car Until You'vo Seen Tho 1933 Models Of Tho FORD V-B *nd LINCOLN ZEPHYR * The World's Best Terms! Very Good Trades And Demonstration!! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED FORD and LINCOLN DEALERS WEST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 407 Open Evcntnes! Open Sundays! Automotive ' AntQSr_"Acccssorics, Tires, Parts 13 ALL CAB CHAINS U OFF1 ALL CAR HEATERS . !i _ OFF! STORAGE BATTERIES (EXCH ).. f3.39 MOTOR-OIL. 2 GALLONS IOC ALCOHOL, PER GALLON _ _ . 59c BRAKE LINING. FT. _ _____ 19C-UP LINED-BRAKE-SHOES ,, _ 220 TURN "SIGNALS _. $74)5 AMBETVLENS - « __._.. «._... 7C MARKER LIGHTS . . 19c REFLEX- REFLECTORS 49c LO%VEST PRICES--INSPECTION NEEDS! GOLDE TIRE It RADIO COMPANY. 128 EAST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 10. Repairing--Service Stations 16 NOW OPEN! " And Ready To Serve You! KEYSTONE GARAGE. 342 E Crawford A\c. Phone 1760. HAM YOUNKIN. JIM TAYLOR. Business Service Business Service Offered 18 $1 OILS--And nuUtci minor adjustments on any sewing machine in your home. Parts ejrtra. Phono 890. Troutman-. UPHOLSTERING, AWNINGS -- FURNITURE REPAIRING QUALITY WORK. Call nsiffin. Phone 9045. Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE AtL KIND EXCEPT LIFE. FAYETTE REALTY CO. PHONE 1373 T. D. GARDNER. MCR. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE--All kind-. Sec me lor rates, James R, UuKhlln. ^Insurance. 309 First National Bank Building. Phone 520. Moving. Trucking, Storage 25 DULL'S TRANSFER STORAGE. Local and lone distance moving Every loud insured Modern storage for house hold goods. Wo do crating for shipment by rail. Phone SO. 122 East Peach street. Printing, Engraving, Binding 27 -O.-K." USED CABS NOW ON DISPLAY ON OUR USED CAB LOT WEST CRAWFORD AVE. NEXT TO WERllfEIMER MEN'S STORE AND ALSO INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREET. MASON MOTOR COMPANY. Open Evenings 'till D o'clock. Open Sunday* 'till 6 o'cloclc, PHONE 10S, E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUR PRINTING WORK! Letter Ilcadsl--Bill Headsl For Rent Cards!--For Sale Cards! Calling Cards!-- Hand Bills!--Binding! No Trespassing Signs For Salel AH Work Guaranteed! At Reasonable Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE Si. COURIER BLOC OH PHONE RESIDENCE. 9L Livestock Horses, Cattle, Other Stock 48 FOR SALE--Three fresh cows. L I. Krclnbrook. 3 miles from Mud School House, on Pinchot Rond. Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 FOB SAIE--Onc-horsc wagon; sot onc- Jiorsc harnci^: I Oliver plow No 40 Many oilier u_.cCul farming Implements too numcrouti to rt.cntlon, Theodore Hjndmnn St. So. ConncHsville. FOR SALE--FJrelcss cooker. A-l condition. Wire bird cases nnd stands, very reasonable to close out at once. Phone 18G4. Buildings, Build.up Materials 53 FOR SALE AT BARGAIN PRICES--Used brlcJc, old lumber, wlndowi,, sashes, flooring, Conl Phone 1BM-R. WE CAREY--A complete line ol builtVcn supplies. Stone Work. Phone 1700. Farm and Dairy Pro due la 55 APPI*ES--Sprayed ond hand picked. 50c per butlM Somerset potatoes. $1.25 per bnc We deliver. 413 E. Washington Avc. Phone OCS-R. MH, FARMEn HERE'S MONEY tN YOUR POCKET! Why not run a email Inexpensive Classified Ad In our Clautdcd Section which will find a market for your farm products, your live Block, your farm tmplcmcnts. and household cooda? You will ftnd many people who want to buy the many things you have for Mle! The Dally Courier has * largo rural circulation which makes It the popular choice nmonff tha farmers nnd assures you that your message will reach the people who aro In the market for your products. You Will Find: Our rates In the abova Classified heading. AH Classified Adi aro payable In advance! Fuel* Feed. Fertilizers HUM OF MINE COAL--IOC and 13c screened, nut or lump. He. Cah Phone 1541-M or Dunbar 2231. LATE MODEL USED CARS! HETZEI--YOUNG MOTOR CO. SCOTTDALC. PENNA, PHONE 407 CORRECT FITTING TRUSSES-- Etaittc Hosiery and other lurEicii appliance* A, A, Clarke. P1L O. DruRgUt 323 North PUtsburc street. Phon* 104. GOOD WILL USED CAltS. BENNETT MOTOR SALES. 2W E CRAWFORD AVR PHONE 1234 FINE LATE MODEL USED CARS E E VAN SCOY. INC.^ 235 a 1 CRAWFORD AVE.' PHONE 243 TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 9 ~ Z8 yi-- 2-t.T 42 v 29 26- 41 27. 40 -1--Soverelgn- - ty (Hindu) 4--A sow 6--Pronoun 9--A metal 11--Imitation 12--Hurtful _ 15--Musical syllabic 16--Protective covering " b'n a tooth " "20--A mere " SI--Each (abbr) ACKOSS' 23--Umber 26--Exploits 28--One 29--Vex 31--Sun god 32--One who defies 35--Therefore 37--In a different manner 40-^-Corrodcs 41--Remo\e" '-~ (print, term) 42--Half ems V 43--Secondary 44--Rodent - 24--A member of tho ab- " original : " -'.American race 25--A lake port In northwestern Pcnnsyl- · ' vanla 27--A rcliglo'us - ·· holiday 30--A county In Ireland 33--Newts 34--Back (prefix) 36--A wide- mouthed jar 37--A river in Scotland 38--North Dakota -'-(abbr.) 30--Further Answer to previous puzzle DOWN 1--T4re« ~ ures 2--Greek god 10--Northeast of uar (abbr.) ~. 3--City In -11--A silly, ; Illinois: -- self-con- site of nclous smile state prison 13-^Symbol-for | . 5_Unrolls " tcllenum_r_ 6--,\ covering 14--A foray _ ' . for the foot J7--A wing J!--Drew - ^_J8--Puffs of air S--Type mcasc-22--A donkey/-" T e m IJ T I H O m Professional Services E. F. FITZGERALD. O. D. D. O. S. OPTOMETRIC EYE SPECIALIST WOOL WORTH BLDG PHONE 223-J Employment Help Wanted--Female SI WRITE--For 25 pkcs. Perfumed Starch. £cll« lOc pkn. Profit 50c. Arrow Products. Reading. Pa. Help Wanted--Male 'LIVES THERE A MAN--With ambition so dead that never to hlrnscli hath said. I'd like to h»vc a busine-a of my own." Many thousands hnvc found a Watklns Dealership the answer to their fondest dreants. JO 000 arc now operating their own business as Watklns Distributors of everyday home necessities. We have on opening In Conncllsville for a r llnblc person. Business established, no Investment required. Vfc teach you Pay start* Immediately If you arc · honest, sincere and ambitious, here la your opportunity For details write The J. R Watklns Company, Box 307. Newark, N. J. MEN--With stdans or covered light trucks to distribute Scars. Jtocbuck Co catalogues Must be familiar with small towns and rural sections In Immediate counties Apply In person only to represcnmtHo ot the ~ Reuben H. Donnelley Corp. at the B O, Freight Station, Unlontown. Pa. Saturday, January 29, from 9 to 12 A. M. Financial Need Money O~B Get A Loan From PERSONAL Then Buy For Cash and Savel ONLY ONE THING--Needed to Ret up to fSOO hero:--The ability to repay small regular amounts on any loan plan you select. Come In NOW! PERSONAL FINANCE CO Over McCrory's Store Phone 34 WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE. Instruction Instruction Classes FRANKLIN COMMERCIAL COLLECT-Enroll this month for February clas*:-- to secure the new typewriter free Phone 218. Conm-MaMllo. Pa IF YOU £IAVE A STOKER--Try a load o ouj 1 specially prepared stoker coal Stone Work. Phono 1700. CUSTOM COAL--lOc. 12c ond 13c de Hvercd George W. Kern, ConnellsvUlc Phono 4121-R-ll. GENUINE WASHINGTON RUN COAL-Wm Dull A Son Phone C'vlllc. 107 Scottdalc. 602. Dawson. 4037. COAL--a-lt black, run of mine coal, 7 bitohel at bin. lOc delivered. Cnih Jo« Obwelser. Dnwson. Phone 403C. Household Goods STORE WIDE REDUCTIONSl ON ALL FURNITURE, RUGS AND STOVES COME INI SEEl AND SAVE LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES. MERVIS FURNITURE COMPANY NORTH PITTSBURG ST. PHONE 2020 YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE! FOR SALE) ALL KINDS OF--Used furniture Includ ing coal, pas and combination range and heaters Also some good pianos a bargain prices. DULL'S STORAGE. 122 EAST PEACH ST. PHONE $C ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR--Cat rang practically new. Walnut dining rooi suite, odd pieces Cnll Dawson 3532. Wanted--To Buy TWO L. C. SMITH TYPEWRITERS--A reasonable price Write Box 23. care Courier, stating condition qf machln price. r-d style number. CASH IS WHAT WE PAY- BRING IN ALL YO"UF. LARGE CLEAN WHITE RAGS TO THE DAILY COURIER OFFICE TO- DAY AND WE WILL PAY YOU "3c" PER POUND- WirY NOT LOOK AROUND AND MAKE YOURSEL SOME SPENT3ING MONEY??? Rooms ond Board Rooms for Housekeeping 6 FOR RENT-- Two furnished rooms f light housekeeping. 1210 Vine itrcc Keal Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 7 IT IS- ONLY necessary to toll people whcro real bargains art- to be found and j a crowd will toon be there Classlllcd ( ad* arc constantly pointing the way to 1 real value for hundreds of people who regularly look to them for guidance UNFURNISHED APARTMENTS -- Three rooms, bath. Heal, light, water, gns furnished. No children 122 West Peach street FOUR HOOM APARTMENT--Bath, newly piinted. good condition Anna B SchmttA corner CrawCorcl and Arch THE CLOSER jou stick to clisslflcd atls the closer our money will stick to ou ancf tho farther It will go when you spend ft AN AD A DAY k t t p b hard times a\\ay ^ it'llKN \ O U bllOP through tlie Uau.i- Lot ui explain our c«iUy CUuiflcd | dcd bcctiim \uu buy from choice not wtc- · I irora FOR RhNT--Four room furnished apartment Inquire 336 E Crawford A\c LED BRUCE BY uco lutucci mfjacD tr CENTRAL ma ASSOCIATION READ THIS FIRST: Alex Norrla, a writer who objocts to detective ntorlcA, la theorizing on the subject of crime Action, during a week-end party at the home of Dr. Thurflton. near London Other cucsUi are Townaend, the author; Williams, the family lawyer, and Strickland, a ·porMman. MM. Thurston Is the only woman present. Townsend observer that Mrs Thurston appeara strangely flushed after a conversation with Fellowes. Ule chauffeur. Air. Rider, the vicar, la another guest for dinner. Strickland bcga to bo excused so an to retire early. Then, a few mo- menta after the hostess excuses herself, three piercing screams from upstairs penetrate the house. Seconds later. Airs Thurston Is found dead In bed. her throat cut. It was necessary to break In the bolted door to enter Mrs Thurirton's room. No one else Is found within and tho only open window reveals a 20-foot drop Dr. Thurston, Kucsta and servants all are accounted for. (NOW GO ON WITH THE STORTf) CHAPTER 6 AS ItiEFT the house to search the grounds I had snatched up a powerful electric torch which toy on tho ball table, and alter a general look round I went to the gravel path which ran beyond the wide flower bed that was under Mary Thurston's window. It seemed to me that here, It anywhere, I might find something, some (the word had alroauy come Into my mind) clue. And I was not disappointed. I found two objects which, if they wore not clues, were at least, I thought, connected with the crime. The first lay far out on the tennis court, 15 yards or more from tho house. It was a broken electric" light bulb. As soon as I saw Its fragments gleaming on the short grass, I stopped to pick them up. But before my hand touched them, I paused. I sud denly remembered all I had read of crimes, and their discovery. Fingerprints! And I thought with a shudder that I had been projected by this affair into a new and frightening world, in which Investigation, cross-examination, and the dbcovery of fingerprints took the place of, the, more normal events of my previous life. The other object was even more relevant. It was the knlf« with which the murder had been done When I saw it lying on the wide flower bed under the window, I was surprised. And yet, as it was nfterv. ard shown to me, I ought to have been prepared for greater surprise If it had not lain there For where else should It be? Wherever the murderer was ai that moment concealed. It must ha\ e been his first care to ril himself of his weapon. And since the weapon was ono which woulc easily be identified, he did not car how soon it was found, provided il was not found on him. He hac done the obvious and the safest tiling--he had dropped It out o: the window as soon as he had com milted his crime. So there It lay, and my torch even revealed a wet bloodstain on it. But once again I knew better than to touch It. I left It lying there, and decided to return to the house to report my discoveries. Ai I stood up I saw Strickland hurrying towards me. "Not a sign of anything," he said. His voice was n little thick, but he seemed cool enough. His natur was perhaps too bovine to be easily stirred. I showed him the knife, and h v.hlstlod. "Poor old Mary," he said, look ing down at it. I did not like the mixture of con vcntional regret and familiarity i the remark, and I said sharply "You were fond of her, wcren' you ?" "Yes," said Strickland, makin; no attempt to move, or to take hi eyes from the Xntfc. "Lend that light a minute," he added. He held the torch near to th Knife, then stood up. "It's one o those blasted Chinese things fro: I knew better than to touch It. the hall," he said. Then thought- j ully, "That'll keep suspicion In tho household." I was not listening very carc- ully, for another thought hod occurred to me. "What about footprints," I Bald, 'supposing that anyone did get down from that window by any means?" It seemed a remote hope, but then so was everything else. Very carefully we examined the flower beds for several yards left and right of a line from Mary Thurston's window to the ground, and "torn the wall to the very edge of the bed. But the ground was quite undisturbed. Slowly Strickand and I walked along to the 'ront door together. We met Nor- rls coming from te opposite direction. "Seen anything?" T. asked htm. He said "No" very quickly, and .cd the way into tho house. As we come in we met Dr. Thurston coming downstairs. He stopped and looked at us fixedly. Then he asked sharply, "Where have you been, you three?" I told him we had been searching the grounds, but almost before I had finished speaking bo had walked on dazedly into the lounge. Ha sank into a chair and seemed to take no further interest. Williams, who was standing by the mantelpiece, called me aside, and I told him what X had found. He nodded. "It's almost a relief," said the lawyer. "What? That tho knife is found?" ·Well, In a way. I had almost begun · to doubt whether there would be a knife. Whether there would be anything so ... prosaic." I glanced aside at .his face. He seemed calm enough.'but his wording was so odd that X asked him again what he meant. "Look here, Townsend. I havcn'l a scrap of superstition in my nature. I believe In facts. But I'm going to admit to you that the mildest word X can use about this is uncanny. I don't mean just because we found Mary dead behint a bolted door. I've heard of thai sort of thing before--with quite a normal explanation. But damn it, when you consider this . . . the door was bolted. Within two rnln- utea of the scream I looked out of tilt window. Within two minutes everyone in the house was accounted for. And yet I am certain hat there was no way out of that room, I examined every inch of it. What in the world can be said? Someone did It. A hand held the tnifc. There could be no tricks of. suspension. I tell you it affects me as if X had actually seen somc- hlng impossible--like a tree grow- ng visibly or snow falling on a hot day. I t . . . it really frightens me." "Frighten" was the last word I should have expected from Sam Williams. And yet when we wero discussing the whole affair on tho following day he said that he distinctly remembered using it. "In what way?" I asked, for my mind was stupefied. "Well, how can the brute hav« escaped? This is not a matter of. detection. I haven't the slightest hope of anything Scotland Yard can do. It's . . . it isn't human, Townsend." I think those words of Williams, the level-headed, skeptical lawyer, disturbed me more deeply than anything else. And because X more than half agreed with him, I contradicted most flatly. "Oh, rot," I said, "there'll b« some perfectly simple explanation." "My dear chap, how can thcrct be? Unless the man had wings." Tho vision which this aroused-a, dark, murderous creature like a. giant bat flapping away from the. house--was too fantastic. "No, no," I said; "don't get sidetracked Into nightmare. There must be a means of escape from that room." "Shall we look again, then?" "Oh, I don't . .-." The thought of what lay there made mo sick and miserable. X must have a literal mind, for it was the actual . . . body which was most distressing to me, while for Williams, unexpectedly, the doubts and fancies were worse. "Come on," he said. "Better than sitting here, thinking." (To Bo Continued Real Estate for Rent Houses for Rent 77 On RENT--Five room house with bath Wast Side S18. Inquire Robert Norrls Phone 505. BIGHT ROOM HOUSE--Two acres of, ground at Moycr $1G. Xnquiro Peter R. Wclmcr. Weimcr Arcade. Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale 84 FOR SALE' -- FOR SAU2I BARGAIN DWELLING -- Four rooms, liaUx toilet. elcctrlclt, KEIS and water. Situated In the center of the City neat Stores, Schools, Churches and Car Lines Price, $1.250. FAYETTE REALTY COMPANY 2nd NAT'L BANK BLDG. PHONE 1375. T. D. GARDNER, Mgr. CONNELLSVILLE. VERY DESIRABLE WILLS ROAD--Six room brick. English type Very modern. Green street, five room bungalow, hot water heat. S2.G50 PETER WEIMEH WEIMER ARCADE. HEAL BUYS IN REAL ESTATE! SPRINGFIELD PIKE--Strvlco Station and Lunch Hoom MUKPHY AVtNUE--Small four room building and four lots VINE STKEET--Two, eight room houses and one. six room house LOGAN'S CROSSING--Four room house. 25 acres of good farm land. McCOY HOLLOW ROAD -- Six room house and six acres of land COTTAGE AVENUE--Five room house and six room house SOUTH CONNELLSV1LLE -- SK rocm house. SYCAMORE STRKET--Six room house. WM. P McNULTY EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE ITCO DID YOU LOSE your purse or card case? Let us run a Lost and Found ad for jou Just phone. 12 or 13 for an ad taker WHENEVER you h u e a renl need to Gil Hie Clfulitcd Section \\ill help you to rill it qulcMy. as easily and inexpensively. Real'Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate PROPERTIES FOR S\LE OH RENT1 T, C PHALIN SO, CONNELLSVILLE. P/ PHONE 973 Houses for Sale A REAL BUY! BLACKSTONE ROAD. 716-718 WEST SIDE--Twelve room double house with bath and heater, all modern. This property must be sold at once to settle' estate Immediate possession. Price reduced to $1.500. PAUL WAGONER 1000 W CRAWFORD AVE. PiiONE, 148 FOR SALE--Nice six room house with bath, extra deep lot. Good location, 203 East Fairvlew avenue. Robert Novris, Phone 505. HERE IS THE HOME YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR! CROSSLAND ROAD--Just one-halt mile from the City Limits. Ten room house Including three acres of land and outbuildings, two tenths, electricity, new steam furnace, carage and laundry Just recently remodeled and In tho very best of condition. Price Is reasonable Inquire, Wm. P McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 17GO Aucfions--Legals Legal Notices. NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT letters testamentary on the estate ot Martha J. Smith, deceased. Into of the City o£ Conncllsville. Faycttc Countj. Pa, have bcc'n granted to 'he undersigned, to whom all persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment nnd those having claims against j,nme, v.111 make them known without delay Bela B Smith, Executor, I i l l W Green street, Conncllwille. Pn Donald M llikbtc. Altornej f IN WRITING a Clnssllled A.d be sure to ttll all the facts w hich you would v a n t to know it jou ourscl/ were * IH o^pcctlx c buj or PliONU 12 QT 23 for ad.tale»et Auctions--Legals Notices, ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. The Estate ot Maria Klllany, late ol Evcrson, Fayctte County, Pennsylvania, 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 claim* or demands against said estate are requested to make known the same. Andrew J, Klllany. Administrator. 116 Pennsylvania Avenue. Everson, Pa. 31-dcc -Ct-Irl. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE, ESTATE OF C. H. KEMP. LATE Or ConnellsvUlc, Faycttc County, Pennsylvania, deceased. Letters of Administration In the above Cbtate having been granted to the undersigned, noacc 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 are ro quested to make known the same. Howard W. Kemp, Administrator, 221 North First street. Conncllsville, Pa. Hlgbce, Lewellyn Hifibcc, Attomeyf. YOUR MONEY REFUNDED It you get the desired results Dcfore your ad expires Why not advertise that extra dresser? YOU TELL US your details nnd well write your ad. Phono 12 or 13 for an ad-taker. Wife Preservers Dorothea Hclntz says that if you arc making a cake In which the egg whiter aro folded in Jast» it Is a pood Idea to whip the egg whites first thing. Take from the amount of sugar scheduled for the caJce one tablespoon for each egg white, and \vhlp with whites, making a meringue of these Ingredients first. Then mix tht rest of Uie cake nnd fold this mc- ringucin the mixture at the la^t.

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