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p- ~s six THE DAILY COURIER. CONNmj,SVIT.M3, PA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 1938. Courier C/assi/ied Advertisements 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9c cash; lOc charge For Quick Results -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. a Ads to Be Run 3 Times: Per line. 7c cash; Sc charge. Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, Gc 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 1 2 or 1 3 for an Ad-Taker. Specia/-- Your Ad Inserted "7" Times for the Price of Six!-- Spec/a/ · · :7~:-._NoAd. Is Taken For Less Than a'Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Flowers and ~Mournmc Goods 4 BASKETS «.- SPRAYS - -- AT REASONABLE" PBICESI " - P TV -DfXttmi 3: SONS C'VILLE--50 SCOTTDALE--«34 Funeral-Director* FUNERAL.DIRECTOR · WILLIAM A-_.McNANAMY - AMBULANCE~£BRVIC£ 145 N. GALLATIN,AVE. UNIONTOWN PHONE 371 CHAPEL SERVICE. --SIBEL FUNERAL HOME-Th* Last -Word- tn Funeral Servle*." CALL. CONNELLSVinLE 150. - Strajcd. Lost, Found* 10 Automotive Automobiles for Salo 11 LOST OR STRAYED--EnGlish Setter, female $2500 regard lor an In. formation or return. R. T. Llnlnger, Sprinflfield PiXc_ Phone 4118-R-3 LOST--Bundle of carpet, between Iron Brldce. find, ScoUd.tic. Wcdncs-daj. Reward Weaver Poultrj. Scottdalc. ·Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 HURRY' -- HURRY! -- HURRY1 BEST USED CARS IN CONNELLSVILLEt Reconditioned and Guaranteed! COME IN AND SEE THESE . . . 197.1 Bulck Coupe 8S-S MOO 19.J4 Buick 4-door Sedan. 47 S4S3 1'J4 Chevrolet 2-door Sedan ,-- S300 1333 Dodce 4-door Sedan ,_ S300 1931 DcSoto 8. 4-door Sedan _ _ - $100 1932 Ford 2-door Sedan . Sl!5 1034 Hudson 8. 4-door Sedan $400 1932 Nash 4-door Scdin S200 1932 Oldsmobtlo 4-door Sedan $200 1£22 Pontlac 2-door Sedan. 6 wheels $275 1931 Packard 9, 4-door Sedan . $150 1930 Studcbakcr 4-door Sedan $125 1033 Tcrraplane 2-door Sedan ..-- _ $150 1829 Studcbakcr 4-door Sedan. .,._ . $100 To\tin£ Anywhere , . . Anytime! YOUGH MOTOR COMPANY J1C S..P1TTSBURG ST. PHONE 8 CONNELLsyiLLE. P2NNA. Automotive Automobiles for Salo 11 -O-K" USED CABS NOW ON DISPLAY ON OUR USED CAR LOT WKST CRAWFORD AVE NEXT TO WER1HEIIER MEN S STOHE AND ALSO INSIDE OUR CARAGS AT -- 127 WEST APPLE STREET. ' · MASON MOTOR COMPANY. Open Evenings 'till 9 o'clock. Open Sundavs 'till 6 o'clock. PHONE 105. YOUR MONEY REFUNDED If you cet the desired results before your ad expires Why not advertise that extra dresser? - T-O-VMl --S-P-E-C-t-A-L-S- !-F-O-H SATURDA.Y-SUNTAY--MONDAY O-N-L-YI \92S Ford" Sport Roadster $35 1920 Ford Tudor Sedan, equipped with ~ all new tires -- _ -- 540 1929 Ford 4-door Sedan. In good running condition , .. $35 1929 Hupmobllc 4-door~"Sedan, all ready to go. at $50 OTIfER REAL BU1S! 1937 Ford V-B Standard Coupe 1937 Fold V-8. 85 II P Tudor Sedan 1937 Fold V-a. 60 11. P, Tudor Sedan 4-1834 Ford V-3 Dclu\o Tudor Sedans. 1932 Plymouth 4-door Sedan. 1936 Clici rulci, 4-door Sedan, equipped ·with trunk 1133 Ford Tudor Sedan $275 4-cylinder model Plenty at miles p«r gallon 1930 Ford Tudor'ScUan . ?-_ 1930 Ford Fordor Sedan . *99 DcLuxc model with a 4-cyllnder engine 1930 Ford Coupe »M 4-cyllndvr model in exceptional condition Take your choice' Otir Easy Payment Plan uill help you own any of themi Other Unusual Barcains Include: 1937 Old-mobile 4-door DeLuxo Sedan. Low Mlloacc Like New 1936 Pontlac 4-door DeLuxe Sedan. In perfect condition. 1P35 Ford V-8 Deluxe Coupe, fully equipped with Heater. Zefro«ter and Radio Is In perfect condition 1937 Ford Fordor DeLuxe TourlnR Sedan Also a demonstrator txjw mue££e. New car guarantee We have the kind of Used Car ou %ant at price you can afford to pay. 1935 | 103S 1937 models of Fords. Chevrolet*. ' Dodccs. Oldjmobtle* Uutckl. All reconditioned and ready to col Don't Buy Any New Car Until You ve Seen The 1338 Models Of Th« FORD V-8 LINCOLN ZEPHYR The World's Beit Tcrmsl Very Good Trades And Demonstrations! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED FORD and LINCOLN DEALERS WEST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 407 Open Evenings! Open Sundays! GOOD WILL USED CAJW BENNETT MOTOR SALES MS E CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234 FINE LATE MODEL USED CARS E E VAN SCOY. INC !M E. CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 2*3 Autos, Accessories, Tires, Tarts 13 OFFI ALL CAR CHAINS . ALL CAR HEATERS 'A - OFFI STORAGF BATTERIES (EXCil ) J3J9 MOTOR OIL. 2 GALLONS _____ _ 79c ALCOHOL. PLU GALLON Sic BRAKE LINING. FT 19e-UP LINED DRAKE SHOES. 2_c TURN SIGNALS .1 $795 AMBER LENS 7c MARKER LIGHTS 19C REFLEX REFLFCTOR-5 - 4Jc LOWEST I'KICES-- INSPF.CTIOS NEEDS I GOLDE TIRE A RADIO COMPANY. IM EAST CRAWFORD AVB. I'HONE 10 Repairing--Service Stations 16 NOW OPKNI And Rradv To -erve You' KEYSTONE CARAGF 342 I Crawford Ave Phoilf 1"W 11AM YOUNK1N JINt TAYLOR, Business Service Kuilncis bervlee Offered IS II OILS--And make* minor adjustment* i on any sewing machine In your home ' Parts extra. Phont KXS. TrouUlnn'i. UPHOLSTERING. AWNINGS - TUllE RKJ-A1111NG QUALrnr WORK. Cj.ll FISHER, pliont DM5 Merchandise Articles tor Salo 51 h'OR SALE--One-horse uagon, set one' horde hnmes-s 1 Oli\er plow No 40. Many other UM:ful farming implements too numerous lo mention. Tlttodorc Groh. Hyndmnn St.. So. Connellsvillc. FOJl SALE-- Klrtlrss cooker, A-l conul- !ion Wire bird ciulei and stands, ver rcisonahlc to close out at once Phone 18G4 Iluildini:', Buildlnj; Materials 5J 1F YOU ARE--Repairlnc a «lde-w.alli. concrelini; a cellar floor, buitdtnfi a dnve-wa^. or doing concrelc work of an kind, call us for high qunllt ee- mt'nt, xand and fira^el. Stone A. Work i f honc 1700 FOR SALE AT I1AHGA1N PRICES--Utrd brick old lumber, vtndou-. sashc~ floorlnB Coa!. Phone lfl54-R. Farm an_i Datrr Products 53 APPLES--.Spraed and hand picked. 50c per builu Somerset iwtatoo^. $125 per bfe We dclner. 413 E Waahlncton Ave llione C63-R. Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSL'RA-SCE ALL KIND EXCEPT LIFE. F/.YETTE R-1ALTI' TO PHONE U75 T. D. GARDNER. MCR. , DEPE-VDAULK INSL'RA.NCC--All Wndj. t Sc« me for rales J-trx-s R Lauchlln. I Insurance 309 nrst NaUonal Bank Butldtni: Phon« 520. Movlnff, Trucklnc, Storaco 25 MR. FARMER KERBS MONKY IN .OUR POCKET] Why not run - small Inexpensive Cla--liled Ad in our Cls»lfled. Section thlch v^lll find a market Tor your farm products, your live -tock, our farm implements, and household cood'? You will llnd many people who want to buy the many thtncn you ha^e for mitrl Tlie Dally Courier has n largo rural circulation which makr* It the popular choice amoni; the farmers and aXAUres c*u that your me_ta n e will reach the porlo who are tn tho market for jnur products You UIU Find. Our ratn u Ul- above Clauir.ed hea4tnc Atl Clawtfled Ads are payable tn advance! YOU TELL US your details and we'll write your ad. Phone 12 or 13 for an ad-taker. DULL-S TRANSTOl It STORAGE. I Local and lone distance roovtnc Every load Insured Mcxlrm storage for household coods We do criftine for shipment by rail. Phone 50 122 East Prach -trr«t. Tiicl. Feed. Fertilizers rrlntinc. Kntravine. Blndinr Zl LATE MODEL USED C.MtSl ICETZEL-YOUNC MOTOR CO SCOTTDALE. PENNA PUONE 407 PHONE 12 or 13 for an ad-taker i CORRECT FITTING TRUSSES-- ElaiUc lloxlery and other curslcal appllance- A A Clarke. PH. C. Drucel-t X-3 North Pitt-burg street. Phona 194 TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE Z } Jfc ~ 16 25 ^ e .-7 ,.-..-,, ACROSS _· . -- J5-" i-ZOltC- Z "- 25--Unspoken". ^..~ ^.Fcpnch ~ 2§--iA WCnag- ~L - novelist-6--Alert 10--A swelling 11--To put before 12--Coquettish . 13--Pronoun M--French j- chalk iS--Unauached 18--Spawn of fish 1!--Join by an nUiar.ce 21--Dancers' c% mbali 73--Sniffs 1--Sorceress 2--To low S--Dcfcriptiv* potms t variant i «--Chinese measure ft--Lano measure «--Rainy, 30--Unless" (used in Law terms) 31--A quick sm.irt blo« 34--Daub 36--Reverberate SS--Insidr 3f--Vessel for liquids 41--A Jewish month 43--Girl s name 44--A conduit 40--To bombard DOWN courts to secure 32--Dull pain ._ silence;. 33--Expression ;17--Consume of disgust 20--Behold! 35--Letter 1C 22--A hard. 37--Japanese tough wood sash (van- 21--A signal of ant) distress 40--Entire 26--Girdle ' -2--Land 27--Form of the measure verb · to be' 43--What' 29^-Lcavc out expression to previous puzzle !--At a great distance 8--Short for kilomeier 9--Uncommon H--The plagu. 13--Exclamation. 16--Hear: R cry used In E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVE.. ON YOUR PRU.TTNG WORK! Letter lleidil--full Ilrsdsl For Rent Card«l--For Sale C-,rdsl CalllnC Cardsl--lUnd Dlllil--Btndmll Ko Trespisslng Slcns For SaUl All Work Guaranteed! At Reason-Die Rjttcsl COURIER JOB DEPARTME.ST. PHONE «J COURIER DUX! OB PHONE RtSIDJ-NCE, ».. Professional Services OR CEO E DUL.L TREATMENT Of ALL FOOT AILMENTS WOOLWOliTll CLDG PHONG «-0-J Employment KL.'.V OF MIST! COM--!0c «Jid lie M-remed nut or lump, lie Ca*h ITiuni- I V l l - M or Dunb-r 3-81. COAI---a-fL ConnelHvlEie cofclnic. lump Jrd run of mine Pittibursh Champ Ion nu! coal -nd larrc tump Coke, kl uzei Stone Vtork I*hone 1700 CUSTOM COAI^~IDc. lie and 1M 4i livertrd Gmrto W Kerr, Connellnllle I"hone 41-1-H-tl. GENUINE WASHINGTON RON COAL-Wm Dull .4 Son Pnonc C-vlllc, 107 ScotldAle. HC. Damon, 4037. COA1*---.ft. bUik. run ot mine cortL tjunhel At bin. IOC dcIHered Cash Joo Ouu riser. Daw-on I*hono 403G Household Goods STORE 1VU.K nKDUCTJONSl ON ALL FURNITURE. RUGS AND STOVI.S COMK IS I tEEI AND SAVE I-AUCIF. TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES. MBRVIS FUUMTURE COMPANY NORTH PITTSHUHG ST PHONE KCO YOUR CKKD1T !S GOOD HERE! FOR SALEI ALL KINDS OF-Used furniture tnclud inK coal, Kus and coinbinauon range and heaters Also some cood pianos a bartfftln prices. BULL'S STORAGE. 123 EAST PEACH ST. PHONE 5C Help Wanted--Female ADDRtSS ENVELOPES HOME .'OK US ' FLECTR1C REFRIGERATOR--Gas ranRc --Good pay. Kxperlmce unnecessary, j pracllcntly new Walnut dining rooi Wonderful opportunil Everything suite, odd pieces Call DaMson 3-32. supplied Nationwide Distributor*. 401 IJroadviav. N Y Wanted--To Buy HOUSEKEEPER WANTED -- A «ettlel TWO L, C. SMITH TYPEWRITERS--A woman -who 1:. ·willing lo take care ot I reasonable price Write Box 23. car hou-.e and one small boy Call ut 1400 Courier. sUitins condition of machln South Arch St. after 4 30 P. M Price, r 'd style number. WRITE--For 15 pkffs Perfumed Starch Sells lOc pkc. Profit 50c. Arrow Products. Readim;. Pa KITCI-E.V GIRL WANTED--One who can do some cooklns. Terminal Restaurant. Financial Nceil Moncj -0-B Get A Loin From PERSONAL Then Duy For Cash and Save I ONLY ONE THING--Needed to eet up to $300 here --The ability to repay small, refulnr amounts on nny loan plan you /select. Come In NOW! PERSONAL FINANCE CO. Over McCrori's Store Phone 34 WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE. Instruction Instruction Cl.iiscs 43 FRANKLIN COMMERCIAL COLLFGE-- Enroll thli month for February class- to secure the new typewriter free Phone 218 Connellsvillc, Pa Livestock Horses. Cattle, Other Stock CASH IS WHAT WE PAY- BRING IN ALL YOUR LAHGE CLEAN WHITE RAGS TO THE DAILV COURIER OFFICE TO- DAY AND WE WILL PAY YOU ·5c" PER POUND WHY NOT LOOK AROUND AND MAKE YOURSEL* SOME SPENDING HONEY??? Rooms and Board Kooms for Housekeeping C FOIt RENT--Tuo furnl-hcd rooms T lll'.ht housekeeping 1210 Vine Strcu Steal Estate for Rent (\nartmcnts and Flat* C LED BRUCE: COt'YRICirTn^UlO^RUCE.RFU^ypjiVJTjflgALPttrjaAS.VKIATlON RBAD THIS FIRST: I Mrs Mnry Thurston. mlddlc-ngcd _rlfc of a retired English physician, ia found muruored in bed during o weekend party at the ThurHton home near Iondon. Tho^e in Uio houso when Mm. TJiurston retired rvro her husband; Towntjend, the author. Williams, the family lawyer. Strickland a sportsman, and tho scrvnntu They find her a few seconds after Uircc piercing ncrcatns had penetrated the house. No one else is found In tho bedroom Tho door won bolted from tho Insldo and thn only open window revealed a 20-foot drop to the ground Uelow tho bedroom window. Townrcncl finds tho murder w**nion. a bloodstained Chinese knife, tnktn from tho Thurjiton hallway. (NOW GO ON WITH THE STORY) CHAPTER 7 SAM WILLIAMS and 1 went upstairs again, and reached the broken door. But as we opened It we both paused tn astonishment. The body was no longer alone. Kneeling beside the bed. his face burled In his hands, was Mr. Rider, the Vlc.tr, When he realized our presence, he looked up. And the expression on hlfl face was unforgettable. It was like the agony on the face of a martyr In a primitive religious painting. His cheeks were bloodless, and his lower jaw dropped as though he had lost the power to control it. "l.Merl How did you get here ?" .·uked Sam Williams. His voice seemed to me to have a noto of zatsplclon in It. Tlie Vicar slowly stood up. He moved stillly as though he had knelt for a long lime, "Get here T" he repented, not seeming lo understand tho purport ot the question. "I nrrltcd a few moments ago." "Where? How?" The aharp- nevi of the lawyer's voice surprised me. Could he ntlll be thinking of his winged man? "I don't understand you," said Mr. Rider nlouly, and It seemed to me that he spoke the truth. "I csjne to the front door." he added. "Who showed you in?" "Stall, tho butler." Williams hesitated. "And you ejimo straight up here?" he ashed *t last. "Yes " He looked down at the bed njraln. "Poor soul! Poor soul!" he said "I hore she will b« forgKcn." Then he Added in a lowr but it swcmcd to mo more fcrvint voice, "I hope we all may be forgiven " Sam Williams looked at him clonely. "Mr Ulder, do you realize thnt thi^ was ft most savage murder? And Uuvt the murderer has not bee-) traced ? Con you tell us _-nythinR that will help us?" The man was In great distress. I could see that he was tremblinK "Siic died . , . a. ulnner," was his reply, at which Williams made a sound of Impatience, "But then . . ." said Mr Rider, staring at us. "^ve are alj sinner*, aren't v.c? All of us." And he almost ran from tlic room. W{l!J.troi and I stood listening to his footsteps pattering quickly dounitafrs. "What do you think?" "What can one think?" I said. "The nvin's mad. of course. But whether he had anything to do with it or not. 1 can't even gues^." Before v.e could start once more thnt meaningless search which Williams had proposed, we heard tho car draw up to the front door. Fcllowes had returned, bringing thn local doctor and Sergeant Beef, tile village policeman. There was Uttlo enough for the former to do. He soon joined us downstairs, but before saying anything he went over to the crumpled figure, of Thurston, and said, "Look here. Doctor, I'm going to order you to bed. We're going to do everything in the world we can for you, and it won't help us for you to stay here. Now be a good chap . . ." Thurston rote, as obedient aa a amnll boy. "Stall!" Dr. Tntc was a friend "I've formed my conclusions.'' of the household, and knew the servants' names. "Go upstairs with you · master, and sec he has everything he wonts." , Dr. Thuraton turned at the door to bid us good night, and when I remembered his loud and cheery greetings and Icavc-taklngi 1 was deeply moved by the wretched little smile he gave us. "It must have been a powerful stroke," Dr. Tato sold when we were alone. "About 30 minutes ago, I suppose?" It was now a quarter to 12. "It'n hard to tell precisely. Somewhere between 11 and half-post, anyway. Who did it?" It did not seem to have occurred to him that we were mystified. I suppose ho thought that an act of such violence in a familiar household could scarcely have been done without Instant discovery. When v, o explained it all to Mm, he was, of course, Incredulous. "But . , , but . . ." ho began. Williams interrupted him. "I know," he sold curtly, "it's impassible. It's incredible. But you sec it has happened," The police sergeant joined as. We scarcely looked up as he came in. lie was a big red-faced man of 43 or 50, with a straggling ginger mustache, and a look of rather beery bencvolcncc. "1've made my examination of the body," he announced In a heavy voice, such as ho probably used for giving evidence in court, "and I've formed my conclusions," he added. 'You've what?" -mapped Williams. "1 said, I've made my examination of the body, sir, and tho bloodstains, and the instrument. And I've formed my conclusions.'* This was almost comic relief. "You mean to say you think you know who did it?" I gasped. . "I didn't go so far as to say that, sir," admitted Sergeant Beef, "but I've done all that's necessary for tonight." "You had bctti'r get in touch with Scotland Yard as soon as possible," I told him; feeling somewhat Irritated by the stolid self' importance of the man. "That may not be necessary," ho replied ponderously. Dr. Tote, who knew the local reputations only too well, said sharply, "Don't be ridiculous, Beef. This Is quite evidently not a case for you. And I very much doubt" --he turned to us--"whether even Scotland Yard will be able to solves it. But there must be no delay inl sending for them. No delay at all. I for one could not stand by and. see tlmo wasted which might be valuable In tracing the murderer. You had better ring up from here." Tbo Sergeant remained unmoved. He blinked his red eyelids. "I know my duty, sir," ho replied. Dr. Tate grow angry then. "I supposo you've been In the Red Lion all the evening?" he said. "Well, I tell you now that unless this matter gets proper investigation without delay I shall go ,to tho Chief Constable at once." "You must do as you think proper about that," sold the police^ man, "but in the meantime I must ask that none of these gentlemen leave the house- ril tell the servants the same, I'll be up in tho morning to . . ."--he tapped a largo notebook--"to ask some questions." "That, T believe, la the usual thing." i "Very well, then, gentlemen, I may take it that you will all bo here tomorrow? Perhaps I'd better just have your names." And slowly, painfully, he began! to write our full names and private addresses in his large book- It was an exasperating' 10 minutes. But at last he finished, and went out into the kitchen, apparently to collect tho names of the staff. Presently wo heard tho front door slate, and knew that the eye of tho law was no longer on uaJ Yet none of us moved. Williams turned to Dr. Tatc. "What do you know of Rider." ho asked. · - ! ·Rider? He's a hard-work-ngl chop. But 1 sometimes wonder if he's quite sane. He has a mono-j mania, anyway. Purity. He real-) ly docs the most unbalanced things; when purity's colled into question^ Suddenly I remembered the« curious question he hod asked me before dinner, and repeated theji gist of it "Just like him," exclaimed Tatc, "He probobly suspected something! absurd, or something quite trivial.'' (To Bo Continued) Real Estate for Rent Houses for Rent 77 FOR RENT--Five room house with bath. West Side. »18 Inquire Robert Norrl- Phone 505 EIGHT ROOM HOUSE--Two acres of ground at Moyer. $10 Inquire Peter R. Welmer. Wuttncr Arcade. Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate PROPERTIES FOR S\LE OR RENTI T. C. PI1ALIN SO. CONNELLSVILLE. Pf PHONE 073 ·81 Houses for Salo FOR SALE! -- FOR SALE! BARGAIN DWELLING -- Four roc-ns, halls, toilet, electricity, sas and wnl.r. Situated in the center of the City near Stores. School*,. Churches and Car Lines, Price, si 230 FAYLTTE REALTY COMPANY 2nd NAT'L BANK BLDG PHONE 1315. T. D. GARDNER, Mgr. CONNELLSVILLE VERY DESIRABLE WILLS ROAD--Six room brick. English type. Very modern: Green street, five room buugnlow. hot \vattr heat, $2,_50. PETER WEIMER WEIMER ARCADE. FOR SALE--Thoioujli-brcd Gucrnsi-v Bull CaKt-s Ulr.tble lor r.i'ibti.. All over ten \sccks old An opnorumlt to obtain a future litird MIL of quallu from a BMK Dlsc-so Free .Certified nnU T. C. tested bird at moderate cos!, il ou let in time Ftank P Rush. Stott- dalc-DTOson Hlclniay. Route' 819. I Mile West of Scotul-ile Phone 4125-R-2 P. O. Scottdjle, Pa R D I LfNFURNISHFD APARTJilKNTS -- Three room 1 ;, bath Heat, light, \\-iter, Kas furnished No children 122 West Peach street OR S \LE-Threu fresh co%\s L I Kicinbrook. 3 miles f i o m Mud bU;ool House, on Pnichot Ron! IT IS ONLY necessary to loll people kvherc real bargains are to be found and T croud will soon be there Closslticd ads arc constantK pointing the ua to real value for hundreds of people %\ho rcfiularlj look to them for Ruldoncc AN AD A DAY keeps hard times a\\ay i Let us cxpliln our yearly Classified rite REAL BUYS IN REAL ESTATE! SPRINCFJLXa PIKE--Service Station and Lurch Room MURPHY AVENUE--Small lour room bulldl.ig and four lots VINE STREET--T\\o. eight room houses and one, sif room I ouse LOGANS CROSSING--Kour roo/n house, 25 icres of flood farm land McCOY HOLLOW ROAD - SK room house and six acres of land COTTAGE AVENUE- Five room house and siY room house SOUTH CONNELLSV1LLL -- SK room house SYCAMORE STUF.ET--Six room home \VM P McNULTY EAGLEb BUILDING PHONE 17CO Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale 84 A REAL BUYI BLACKSTONE ROAD, 7I8-S18 WEST SIDE--Twelve room double house with balh and heater, all modern. This property must be sold *t once to settle estate Immediate possession. Price reduced to 11.300. PAUL WAGONER 1009 W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE. H8. FOR SALE--Nice six room house with bath, extra deep lot. Goexl location, 208 East Falrvlcw avenue. Kobert Norris. Phone 505. HERE IS THE HOME YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR1 CROSSLAND ROAD--Just one-half mile from tho City Limits. Ten room house Including three acres of land and outbuildings, tuo baths, electricity, new steam funiacc, fiar.l£c and laundry. Just recently remodeled and In the very best oC condition. Price Is reasonable. Inquire. Wm. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1760 Lots For SS SEVERAL NICE BUILDING LOTS! FOR SALE--At Poplar Grove. -OxHO ft. City water and Kas. telephone service, near Street Car line and highway. If you arc Inte-rcstcd in Bood building lots at real BarKatn Prices, sec C B McCormlck. Poplar Grove. Phone, Con- nUlsUlle, 12M-J. or v.rite Post Office Box 144 Councils Ille, Pa. Shore, .ilountein. Lake for Sale 8G IN A PlNCil usa a ClasiiCcd AU ADS arc mcs-cnccrs of WIILN YOU MIOP throuRh the Clarified Section you buy from choice- not from persuasion. WONDERFUL LOCATIONS FOR SUMMEtt HOME! Mill Run Section O\erlooking Indian Creek Rcscnolr. WHY NOT BUILD--Your own summer cottage' Pick out your ov,n location, some near Mill Run Creek, others near the Reservoir. Good hunting and n_h- inc territory. Excellent concrete hlflh- ^33. also, electric light and telephone service av.illablc Willing to sell these plots of one acie in **i7c from 550 ind up If interested inquire J C. May at Mill nun or phone, Indian Head, 19-R-4 Meyersdale MEYEHSDALE, Jan. 29.--Wednesday evening Eugene Crowe was given a surprise in honor of. his 63rd birthday when the following friends called at his home on High street. Rev. J. C. Little, Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton McWhinncy, Mr. and Mrs. Howaid Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. James E. McCartney, Mr. and Mrs. Maine Sellers, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Mauk, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Crowe and the Misses Jean McWhinney and Myrtle Phillips. The evening was spent in playing bingo and later lunch was served by Mrs. Crowe assisted by her son, Byri. Mr. Crowe was remembered with a number of useful gilts. Mrs. Ray Ebnugh very delighUully entertained the members of. the B. and H. Club at her home on High sticet Wednesday evening. Bingo was the game played alter which a tasty two-course lunch was served. Mrs. J. F. Reich entertained Wednesday evening at a 6 o'clock dinner party at her home in Broadway. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. W. J. Mnincs and Miis Kdna Smith of Salisbury. Mrs. M. L. Barber was hostess to the members of the Dorcas Thimble Club at her home in Salisbury street Thursday afternoon. The ladies spent the time in sewing for the Hazel McGilvery Hospital and at 5 o'clock supper was served. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Taylor and daughter, Mary E., of Somerset spent a lew days of. this week at the home ol Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cook. Miss Evelyn Cook has returned from a few days' visit with Mr. Harry Snodcn in Cumberland. Mis. Roy Dought lett today for Huntingdon where she will visit her d.iughter. Miss Arlinc, a student at Junmta College, over the weekend. Mis. Huil Miller and sister, Miss Mae Cook, vibitcd fiiends in Somerset during the week. Miss. Margaret Folk of Springs, P.»,, was viiitmg friends hore on Wednesday. Misses Meicedis and Rita Darrah visited in Somerset dining the wcok. Tire CLOSER you stick to classified ads the closer our money will stick to sou and the farther It \ull £t v,hcn you jpcnd u RKMEMBER, Tbo more you My. th« quicker it pay*.

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