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PAOE TEN THE DAILY COURIER, CONNTSI.T.SVILLB, PA. MONDAY, JANUARY 31, 1U3S. . 1 Courier C/assi/ied Advertisements For Quick Results -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9c cash; lOc charge. S Ads to Be Run 3 Times: Per line, 7c cash; Sc charge. Ads to bo Run' 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c cash; 7c charge. These Rates Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. · Jhere are five (5) average words to each line. * ( "Cards of Thanks,--50c-Elat Rate. _ Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker. I Sp£da/-Ybur Ad Inserted V times for the Price of Six!--Special · -r~'-No Ad. Is Taken For Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Flowers and Mourning Goods 4 BASKETS SPRAYS AT REASONABLE PRICES! P R DcMUTH SONS C-VILLE--59 -^SCOTTDALE--334 FuneralrDlrectors -- 5 ^FUNERAL DIRECTOR WILLIAM A McNANAMY "AMBULANCE SERVICE 1» N GALLATIN AVE UNIONTOWN PHONE 373: CHAPEL SERVICE. -SIBEL FUNERAL HOME-"The Last Word In Funeral Service." CALL. CONNELLSVtLLE lit) Strayed. Lost, Found 10 LOST OR STRAYED--English better female $25 00 reward for any formation or return. R. T. Llningcr Springfield Pike _Phone «J8-K-3 LOST OR STRAYED--English Setter female $25.00 reward for any In formation or return R. T LlnlnEcr Springfield Pike. Phone «118-R-3 LOST--Bundle of carpet, between Iron Bridge and Scottdalc. Wednesday. Re ward Weaver .Poultry, Scottdalc. Automotive Automobiles for Sale II Automotive Aulos, Accessories, Tires, Parts 13 LOST--Set o£ upper teeth Finder notify Z. care Courier and receive reward . Automotive Automobiles for Sale -O-K." USED CABS NOW ON DISPLAY ON OUR USED CAR LOT WEST CRAWFORD AVE~ JJZXT TO WEHTHEI.MEH MEN 3 STORE. AND ALSO INSIDE OUR OARAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREET. MASON MOTOR COMPANY. Open Evenings 'till 0 o'clock. Open Sundays 'till a o clock. PHONE 109. LATE MODEL USED CARS1 HETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO ECOTTDALE. PENNA. PHONE 407 GOOD WILL USED CAB3. BENNETT MOTOR SALES 256 B CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1£H FINE LATE MODEL USED CARS E E VAN SCOY. INC ISO E- CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 2U XT IS ONLY neeeuary to tcil people where real bargains are to bo found a crowd will soon be there Claxsllled ads are constantly pointing tho way to real value for hundreds of people who regularly ]oolc to them for cuidance. THE CLOSER you stick to classified ·ds the closer your money will Btlck to you and tho farther it wUl go when you spend It YOUR MONEY REFUNDED If you gel the desired results before your ad expires. Why not advertise that extra dresser? REMEMBER. Tho more you eay, the quicker it pays. SPECIALS FOR TODAY ONLY111 THE TWO BIGGEST _ USED CAR VALUES IN THE COUNTY! 1932 Ford V-8 Deluxe. 4-door Sedan SI25 1835 Ford V-8 Standard Coupe . 5285 F-O-U-n --S-P-E-C-I-A-L-S-I-F-O-R SATURDAY-SUNDAY-S.-MONDAY - O-N-L-Y1 9 Ford Sport Roadster $35 1929 Ford Tudor Sedan equipped vtlh all new tires - WO I 1929 Ford 4-door Sedan In good running condition $33 1929 Hupmobllc 4-door Sedan. All read} to go, at - - - $50 OTHER REAL BUYS! 1937 Ford V-8 Standard Coupe 1522 Ford V-s Deluxe Sport Roadkter with new top 1937 Ford V-B, 85 II P Tudor Sedan 1937 Ford V-8 60 H P Tudor Sedan. 4-1934 Ford V-B Deluxe Tudor Sedans 1932 Pb mouth 4-door Sedan. 1036 Chevrolet. 4-door Sedan, equipped with trunk 1933 Ford Tudor Sedan $275 4-cyllndcr model Plenty of miles per gallon 930 Ford Tudor Sedan « -- SK 930 Ford Fordor Sedan .. $90 DcLuxe model with a 4-cyllnder engine ·1930 Ford Coachcx, each -- - .. $09 TaXo our choice! Our Easy Payment Plan will help ou own Any ot them! Other Unusual Bargains Includ*: 1937 OldKmoblle 4-door DeLuxe Sedan Low Mileage. Like New 1939 Pontlac 4-door DcLxrxc Sedan. In perfect condition. 1935 Ford V-6 Deluxe Coupe, fully equipped with Heater, Defroster and Radio. Is In perfect condition. 1937 Ford Fordor DeLuxe Touring Sedan Also a demonstrator. Low mileage. New car guarantee. We have the kind ot Used Car you want at a price you can afford to pay J93S, 1838 1937 models of Fords Chevrolet*, Dodges, Oldsmobtles. nulcks. All re* conditioned and ready to go I Don t Buy Any New Car Until You've Seen Tho 1933 Models Of The FORD V-8 and LINCOLN ZEPHYR The Worlds Best Terms 1 Vt.ry Good Trades And Demonstrations! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED FORD and LINCOLN DEALERS WEST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE «OJ ALL CAR CHAINS .. - - - U OFF! ALL CAR HEATERS ~ ii OFFI STORAGE BATTERIES (EXCH ) . $3 39 MOTOR OIL. 2 GALLONS . --- ~ 79c ALCOHOL PER GALLON ----- 59C BRAKE LINING FT ._ --- IDc-UP UNED BRAKE SUOtS ----- _ 22c TURN SIGNALS -------- $7,83 AMBER LENS ------ 'c MARKER LIGHTS .. ------- IDc REFLEX REFLECTORS - ___ 49c LOWEST PRICES-- INSPECTION NEEDS I GOLDE TIRE RADIO COMPANY 120 EAST CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 10 Repairing--Service Stations 16 NOW OPEN1 And Rcndy To Serve You I KtYSTONE GARAGB 34J E Criwford Avt Phone 17C6 HAM YOUNKIN JIM TAYLOR. Business Service Business Service Odcrcd IK $1 OILS--And makes minor adjustment! on any sewing nuchlno In your home. Parts extra. Phone 830 Troutman't. UPHOLSTERING. AWNINGS -- FURNITURE REPAIRING QUALITY WORK Call FISHER. Phone, too Insurance and Surety Uonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KIND EXCEPT LIFE FAYETTE REALTY CO PHONE 1375 T. D GARDNER. MGR. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE--All ttnds. Se mo for rales. James R. Laujzhlin. Insurance. 303 First National Bank Building Phono 520. Alovlnc, Trucking, Storacet HULL'S TRANSFER STORAGE. Local and long distance moving C\C17 to«d Insured. Modern storage for houie hold goods We do crating lot shlpmen by ralL Phono 50 122 East Peach street Printing, Eniravinr. Bindlnc 2 Open Evenings 1 Open Sunday! I CLASSIFIED ADS oro messenger* of ECONOMY OF TIME money and effort thrift. results from Classified reading. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON Youn pniNTu.0 WOHKI Letter Heads!--Bill Heidi! For Rent Cardst--For Sale Cardj! Calling Cards!--Hand Blllsl--nindlngl No Tresputlnc £lgns For Salel All Work Gunrantcedl AC Reasonable lutes] COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 65, COURIER OLDG OR PHONE RESIDENCE. 9L Professional Services Merchandise Farm and Dairy Products 55 MR. FARMER HERBS MONEY IN YOUR POCKETI Why not run a small Inexpensive Classified Ad In our Classified Section which will find a market for your farm products, your live stock, your farm 'mplcmcnts. and household goods? You will ilnd many people who want to buy tho many things ou havo for sale! The Dally Courier has a large rural circulation which makes it the popular choice nmonf tho firmers and assures you that your message will reach tho people who are in tho market for our products. You Will Find* Our rates in the above Classified heading All Classified Ads are payable In ad\anc«l Fuel, Feed, Fertilizer! 50 IF YOU HAVE A STOKtR--Try * load ot our specialty prepared stoker coal. Stone Sc \\ork. Phone 1700 RUN OK MIS-L COAL-IOC and 13e. v;re«ned. nut or lump He Cash Phone 1M1-M or Dunlur 281 CUSTOM COAL--loe. 12c and I3c dell-,-red George W Kern. Conncllsvillc Phone 4121-R-ll GF.NUINE WASHINGTON RUN COAL-\Vm Dull Jc Son. Phone C'villt, 107. Scottdale, 502. Daw-son. 40J) COAL--9 ft black, run of nine coal. 7c buthvl at bin loc delivered Ca*4i Joe Obwrifcr, D-.w»on. Phone 4036. COAL--^ood black lumpy run of mine. JOc buihel. nmercd. Ca*. Koballa llroi Phone 2037 COAI--9c. IOC lie. tjereenrd co.\l 13c Hi. per buihcl I'lione 410S-K-S Household Goods S3 STORE WIDK REDUCTION-SI ON ALL FURNITURE HUGS AND STOVKS COME IN! StE! AND SAVEl LAKGK TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES. MKIIVIS J-TJUMTURfc COMPANY NOIITH PITTSntinG ST PHOSE 1020 YOUR CIIEDIT Ii GOOD HKRE1 FOR SALE! ALL KINDS OF--Used furniture Including coa). gas and combination ranges and heaters. Also some good pianos at bargain prices. DULL-S STORAGE. 122 EAST PEACH ST. PHONE 50 CORRECT riTTING TRUSSES--Elastic Hosiery and other surgical appliance* A. A. Clarke. PH. C Druggist. 323 North Pltisburg street. Pho.M IM. E F FITZGERALD. O D D. O S OPTOMETIUC EYB SPECIALIST WOOLWORTU BLDG PHONE 12J-J Employment Help Wanted--Female Wanted--To Boy 66 TWO L. C. SMITH TYPEWRITERS--A! reasonable price Write Box 23 car* Courier, stating condlUon of machine. price, r^d ktylc number HOUSEKtEPiR WANTED--A settled woman who Is willing to take care of house and one small boy Call at 1406 South Arch St. after 4.30 P. M IldD Wanted--Male 33 JIAN FOR COFFFE ROUTE--Up to S4S first week. Automobile Uven ns bonus Write Albert Mi'ls, 4413 Monmouth. Cincinnati O Financial Need Money ACROSS 1--Conquering 10--Indefinite article 11--Trend "~ 12--A species * of Indian madder 13--Mischievous child Ts--The constellation Aries 1C--Title of a monk 17--Wagered 18--Diverse SO--A number 21--Smells 22--Ascend 25--Stuck In the mud 27--Single spot card 29--A British ~ possession in North " America 30--A German, Swedish and Austrian title of nobility 31--A movable cover 32--Recede 31--East by northeast abbr) 35--Ounce (abbr) 36--The bone of the cheek 38--Conjunction 39--rtetards 8--The nostrils 9--Delighted ' 14--A pastry dessert 16--Any evergreen tree 19--A striped appearance In uocxl 22--A southern constellation 23--Deal again 24--Puts off 25--Com 26--Poetic form of T ndla 27--Form of the verb "to be" 28--A light boat 29--A lump of earth 33--A barrier 36--Pronoun 37--Symbol for radium Ansv,er to prev.lo.1 DOWN i--A seaman 2--Unnerve 3--Mountain (abbr) 4-CXer (poetic) 5--Inevitable 6--Wanderers from place to place 7--Trust (abbr) CASH IS WHAT WE PAY- BRING IN ALL YOOIl LARGE CLEAN WHITE RAGS TO THE DAILY COURIER OFFICE TO- DAY AND WE WILL PAY YOU -3c" PER POUND WHY NOT LOOK AROUND AND MAKE YOURSELF SOME SPENDING HONEY??? Get A Loan From PERSONAL Then Buy For Cosh and Save! ONLY ONE THING--Needed to get up to $200 horc --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 43 FRANKLIN COMMERCIAL COLLEGE-Enroll this month for February class-to secure the new typewriter free Phone 218 Conncllbvillc Pa Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board FOR RENT--Nicely furnished bedroom centrally located, all conveniences 120 E Fairvicw avenue I1FAD THIS FJRST Mrs Mary Thurston. middle-aged wlfo of a reared £»nf,llsli physician. Is found murdered In bed during a weekend party at tho Thuraton home near London. Those In tbo house when lm. Thurston retired are her husband, Townscnd the author. Williams, tho lamlly lawyer, Strickland, a aportsman and the servants. They find her a few ·cconds after three piercing screams hnd penetrated tbe house No one else la found in the bedroom. Tho door wan bolted from tho Inside and tho only open window repealed a 20*foot drop vt Ilia ground Below the bedroom window, Townsend finds tho murder weapon a bloodstained Chinese knife taken from tho Thurston hallway fcliortly afterwords filr Alder, tho vicar, a dinner Ruent that e\cnlng. Is found praying beside Mra. Ttiurstoa a body (NOW CO ON WITH THE STORY) CHAPTER 8 "WHAT 1 don't understand," said Williams, "Is how Rider came to bo besldo Mary Thurston'* bed, within half an hour of the murder He left to go borne long before 11. and tnc Vicarage Is only just across the orchard " "Could anyone have telephoned to him*" asked Strickland "Impossible. The telephone's out of order. Wires cut, probably." "Then he con never have gone home," I said. Williams rang tho bclL "Well ask Stall," ho said. "Rider told u» that he let him In " The butler crime. But I felt at once, looking at him, that he was on his guard He glanced Xrom ono to another of us, as though wondering whence the attack would come ·Oh, Stall," said Williams, "did you nee Mr. Rider out? ' "On which occasion, sir? When he first left the house, before Mm Thurston had retired, I saw him lout." -Iscc. When did he return?" "It muit have been 10 minutes ·or a quarter of on hour after . , , tlhe discovery, air" "F"or whom did he ask?" i "For Dr Thurston, sir " "And did you show him Into the lounge ? "No, sir. It was ]ust then that tlie p^^lor-mald wa« took 'yateri- cal, «ir Very 'yaterical, she watt And 1 was 'u rrylng back to the kitchen. I left Mr Rider to go into the lounge himself, I did not sec him again, sir " "He said nothing to yea beyond .asking lor Dr. Thurston?" ' No, sir. Nothing. But he «c med agitated, sir' "1 see You go to his church, don't you, StaU '" "Yea, sir, I alng in tbe choir -Bass, sir " "Thank you. Stall You'd better get to bed now " Wb(*n the door was closed we exchange*! gUuicctf, as though each Ho handed me a cigar of superlative quality. t the Incredible mystery which onfrontcd us, and the insoluble roblcm of the murderer's way ot escape When I had finished, he ghcd. "Another of these locked door .ascs," he Bald with palpable nnui. "I was hopln' It might bo omcthlng new, what?" But he came into the lounge, and. lanced about him. "You say It appencd in the room above this ne. No footprints outside, I suppose?" "No," I said, pleased that I brut jown enough professional a»:umeru o have looked for them last night.' Then 1 led him to the scene of myi carch. He glanced cursorily att tho shattered light bulb, andi oted the place in which I had! ound the knife, stepping back to ( lance upward at the window., the flportaman, sold a rather tact-1 less thing to Alec Morris, the novelist "Well," he said, "it seems that already your theory about murder has lx.cn proved to be wrong " I had forgotten ail about that conversation over the cocktails The recollection ga\c me a start. But the effect of the remark on Norris was quite unexpected. He answered in a high-pitched voice, shrill with hysteria, ' Yes," he said, "I must have been wrong!" And he bep-n to utter a laugh, which was low at 0rst, grew louder and higher, until Dr. Tale, who was standing beside him, struck him across the mouth Norris slopped at once. "I'm sorry," he said "I m sorry, too," said Dr Tatc "But it a the only thing to do with Slanted to ate tlhought of It. what tbe others . "Extraordinary--about Rider," 1 |(iaid after a moment. But no one tan.iv.cred. So much was cjttrnordi- ,nary. And so very extraordinary. . Loaning buck in my chair I be- "jjiui considering each of the men who were In that house separately, n.-i a poaitblc murderer. It was not a pleasant occupation, for there was not one of them to whom I wished evil, or whom I had hitherto really disliked But as each one presented himself to my doubt, I was faced again and again by the name blank wall How had he got out? Those- two bolts--I had pulled them back myself. Whoc\ or had done It, if natural laws existed still, had left that room during the few moments it had taken us to run upftaln and break down the door. But how T How? I felt as though the doubt would Ie.ui me to madness There was no way out of that room At last we decided to turn in But when we were standing, waiting for someone to kad the way out of the room, young Strickland, hysteria. Couldn't have you waking the household. It's long past midnight." Quite early tho next morning those indcfatigably brilliant pri- \ate investigators, who accm to be always handy when a murder has been committed, began to arrive. 1 had Rome knowledge of their habits, and guessed at onco what hnd happened to bring them there. One had probably been staying In the district, another was a friend o£ Dr Tatc's, while a third, perhaps, had already been asked to stay with the Thurstons. At any rate, it was not long before the houio seemed to bo alive with them, crawling about on floors, applying lenses to the paintwork and asking the sen ants the mosl unexpected questions The first on the iceno was Lord Simon Fltrnsoll. Ho stepped out of tho foremost of three Rolls- Royces, the second of which con- tamed hiii man-sen ant, whose namo I afterwards learned was Buttcrflcld, and tho third, a quan tity of photographic apparatus, happened to be outside the fron door at the time, and heard him address his man. I was at first a UtUe startled at his idiom, for I reminded me of a dialogue I ha heard in a cabaret between tw entertainers whose name I bellcv was Western, and it took me few moments to bcllcvo that this was his natural mode of speech. He handed me a cigar of superlative quality, and invited me K "spill the beans". Tills I did a some length. I told htm in dctai ·hen he stooped to examine the' lower bed, but without disarrang-. Ing the crease in Ills beautifully) ut trousers. Finally he stepped' back again and remained quite- motionless, staring up at tho windows above him. As he did so I examined this, young mart. Z had heard of him first some 10 years ago, and was, surprised to find now that he appeared DO older. But perhaps among other secrets he had discovered that of changeless youUu ["he length of his chin, like most! other things about him, was cx- ccsslvc. But I liked him, because* 'rom the moment he arrived at! hat house the somewhat macabro{ atmosphere of the previous eve- nlng was dissipated. His cheerful and Inquisitive nature seemed to discourage any morbid dwelling on Jie horror of death, and to Mary Thurston's Induce everyone. whether bereaved or guilty, into a pleasant and eager state of curiosity. 1 know that for my part from, the time when I met Lord S.mcn. I ceased to remember the ghastly moment v.licn we had first looked into that locked bedroom--I even forgot more than a perfunctory duty of mourning. I became wholly absorbed in the fascinating 1 problem which confronted us. Ana I have gathered that this is tho experience of most people Intimately connected with a murder which a flrst-ratc private detective or crimlnologlst Is investigating. To Bo Continued) Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale 84 FOR SALE' -- FOR SALE! BARGAIN DWELLING -- Four room* halls, toilet, electricity, Ras and water Situated In tho center of the City near Stores Schools Churches and Car Lines, Price, $1 550 PAYETTE REALTY COMPANY 2nd NATL BANK BLDG PHONE J37S T. D GARDNER, Mgr CONNELLSVILLE. Wanted--Rooms or Board 73 WANT TO RENT--Two or three unfurnished rooms for Hpht housekeeping or small apartment. Write E T Care of. Courier Real Estate for Rent- for Kent 77 OR RENT--Furnished five room modern house water furnished 23T4 East Fall-view avenue Phone 772-W VERY DESIRABLE WILLS ROAD--Six room brick. English type Very modern. Green street five room bungalow, hot \vitcr heat, $2,330 PETER WEIMER WEIMER ARCADE LIGHT ROOM HOUSE--Two acres ot ground at Moycr ?10 Inquire Peter R Wcimor Wclmcr Arcade FOR SALE--One-horse w igon set one- hon,c h.irne*i. I Oliver plow No -10 Many other Useful farming implements too numerous lo mention Theodore Groh Hyndman St. So Conncllsvltlc. Buildings. Building Materials S3 OUR CEMENT-- Sand ind cra\cl arc of the finest quMlUcb Let us figure sour requirements 1700 Stone At Work Phone farm and Dairy Products FOR RFM'--H\e loom house with bath West Side $18 Inquire Robert Norris Phone 205 Reel Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate PJlOPbRTliS FOR S^LE OH RENTI T C PHALIN SO CONHFLLSVILLF P/ PHONE 075 Houses for Sale .. EOR SALE--Three houses- one house APPLES--Spraj cl and Hand picked 5Cc with extra lot Ownei willing to sell per bush Somerset potatoes 5155 immediately for the price of one house per bau We deliver 411 E Wellington I to settle Fstalc All are rented it Axe Phone 8C5-R | p rcl ,ent Write C J t, care of Couikr IN WRITING a Classified Ad be sure t FOR SALE--Double house five rooms to tell all Uie facts which sou would I eiclv side baths and furnace South want to know If you yourself were a 4th street West Side $1800 Robert prospective buscr N - orr ,., Phon . 50 5 DID YOU LOSE jour purse or card case? Let us run a Lost and found ad for sou Ju^t phone 12 or 13 for an «d- tnkcr WIIEM.VE11 jou havo a real need to fill the Classified Section will help sou to fill It quickly nn castis and in PHONL 13 or U lor on ad-Ukcrl IN A PINCH use a Clashed Ad. REAL BUYS IN REAL ESTATE! SPRINGFIELD PIKL--Scrl. ice Station and Lunch Room MURPHY AVENUE--Smill lour room building and four lots VINE STREET--Two clRht room houses and one six room I ousc LOGANS CROSSING--Four room house 25 acres of good farm land McCOY HOLLOW ROAD -- Six room house and six ncrcs of Jind COTTAGt AVtt,Ub--Five room house nnd six room house SOUTH CONNFLLSVILLI. -- Six room house SYCAMORE STRhET--Six room house WM P McNULTY EAGLES BUILDING PHONE 1760 Real Estate for Sale Booses for Sale 'OH SALE--Nice ilx room house -with batli e'xtra deep lot. Good location. 203 Eabt Fairview avenue. Robert Norris Phone 505 HERE IS THE HOME YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FORI , :ROSSLAND ROAD--Just one-half mile from tht City Limits Ten room house Including three acres of land and outbuildings, two baths, electricity, new steam furnace, garage and laundry. Just recently remodeled and in the %ery best of condition Price Is reasonable Inquire, Wm P. McNULTY EAGLEb BUILDING PHONE 1760 Constitution to Be Destroyed When Men Lose Freedom Desire NEW YORK, Jan 31 --Senator Burke, D, Neb, said the Constitu- 'jon could "be destroyed" only )f 'Americans lose that passionate de:ire for individual freedom wh ch fired the souls" of the men who drafted it. In a speech before the New York Bar Association, Burks, reviewing he 150-year history of the Constitution, said it "frequently results in a loss ot efficiency" but is "cherished y a people who love their freedom sejond any other earthly consideration " Lots For Sale 85 SEVERAL NICE BUILDING LOTS I FOR SALE--At Poplar Grove COxMO ft City water and RBS. telephone sen Ice nenr Street Car line and htchw\y If you arc interested in good building lots at rcnl Bargain Prices, see C B McCormlck Poplar Grove Thonc, Con- ncllivlllc 12W-J. or write Poit Office Box 144 ConncllsUllc. Pn Shore, Mountain, Lake for Sale 80 A. REAL BUYl HLACKSTONE ROAD 710-718 WEST SIDE--Twelve room double house with bath nnd litattr nil modern This Property must bo sold at onco to settle cstitc Immodim possession Price reduced to $1 500 PAUL WAGONER 1000 W CRAWFORD AVE PHONE H8 Tilt. CLAbblUFD SECTION olfcn .- complt-tc cil-ilofiiw of tho wjiits and oilers of the people ot Coiincll-,v!llc and Qioso uho ndvcrUlo. WONDERFUL LOCATIONS FOR SUMMEK HOME' Mill Run Section Overlooking Indian Creek Reservoir WHY NOT BUILD--Your own summer coltire? Pick out our own location some neir Mill Hun Cr tk others near the Ri si i \ oir Good huntlm, and fish' inr teirttor\ fc.xct.Heut concrete high- w it\ ilso i It cti ic light nnd telephone Mivlci fiinilnblt Willing to sell these plots of uiu t\ue In Mn from WO nnd tip If l i i l r i t t t t d Inqutli J C May al Mill U\m ot v l i ^ O k Indian Hi 1S-1I-4 \OU in 1. UN \rnir tlrUll) and v.el writo ) u m ml I'luma IS or 13 for an ad-ltikir W H V N SOU MIOl' tluoiu.ll Ihe ClaMI ilrd ^» ctii u \ou tuv tuun iholco no front nt.l.jlw.'IO'* A N AU A PA\ kit pi ll*rd Umvt AV..IS. t £ tut explain our e*rly Classified CITY SLICKERS TOPPLE MULES The City Slickers won the odd same ftom the Dunbar Mules at the West Perm bowling alleys. The scores CITY SLICKERS N. Renze 146 119 M.iricondi 182 132 Saponara 154 182 Greit/cr 124 ,,_ Hov.501 190 173 Prudente ,, 125 Totals ,, 796 791 831 2418 DUNBAR MULES Rigfier _ _ 108 195 m 466 Andis 147 173 120 440 Siliora 136 1C7 116 419 Cameron 105 Colland _ A. Ronze _ _ _. 105 .198 131 178 507 148 146 294 Totals . 094 814 723 2231 bnilllnc Prunes Burst Barn, CHICO, Cal . Jan 31 --Housewives know that prunes soaked in water s\vell, and now California prune Krov\crs knou it, too During the Cahfouua Poods, a large barn, filled w i t h piunca, \vas swept several feet dtep bv flood waters The prunes swelled until suddenly, with a terrific explosion, the barn burst TI1EIIE ARE many things obtainable through Uie Clarified Ads that It nould be dillicult to get-In any other nay. PATIIONIZE those who advertise! USE Clustiflcd Ads (or remit*!

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