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PAGE ETCHT THE D'AlUY" COURtE'R, COMNTEirjf.SV'rbl.lB. FA. ' TUESDAY, FEBRUARY'I, 133S. ·' Courier Classified Advertisements 1 and 2 Times: / Per line, 9c cash; lOc chargfe. For "Quick Results -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. B Ads to Bo Run 3 Times: Per line, 7c cash; Sc charge. r=, "-- ' Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c cash; 7o 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. Special--YourJAd Inserted "7" Times for the Price of Sbf!--Special No Ad. !s Taken For Less Than a Basis of Three (B) Lines! Announcements Card of Thanks TWARDESKY--We lake tills means ol thanking our many friends and neighbors for the klndnci-b and sympathy extended us dining our recent sad bereavement, the death of our son and Tjroihcr, Francis Tuardcsky. Especially ;de we wish to thank llcv. W. Wlsnlevv- sky. the pallbearers, tho^c who sent Lowers .those who so kindly' turnlshcd. _cars and_ all_ uho assisted ui In any "way. Mr. and -Mrs. Albert TSvardc^ky nnd lamfly. Flowers and ~Mourntn£~ Goods 4 BASKETS ' SPRAYS AT nEASONABjj: PBICES1 P n. DcMUTH SONS C"V1LLE--S3 SCOTTDALE--KM Funeral Directors PUNEHAL DIRECTOR WILLIAM A. McNAKAMY AMBULANCE SERVICE US N. GALLATIS AVE. UNIONTOWN. PHONE 373." C1IAPEL' SERVICE. --SIBEL FUNERAL HOME-Toe Last Word" In Funeral Servlc*." CALL. CONNELLSVILLE ISO. Strayed, Losl,"Found ~XO LOST" OR STRATETJ--rngltiH Setter, female. S25.00-reward- for- any in- formation.or return. IK. .T Llnlngcr. Sprlnsfield Pike. Phone 4118-R-3. LOST--Bundle or carpet.' between. Iron Bridge and Scottdale. Wednesday. Reward. Weaver Poultry. Scotfdalc. LOST--Set of upper teeth. Tinder notify Z. care Courier and receive reward . Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 -O.-K." USED CARS HOW ON DISPLAY ON OUR USED CAR LOT WEST CRAWFORD AVE. NEXT TO WERTHEIMER MEN'S STORE. AND ALSO INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREET. MASON MOTOR COMPANY. Open Evenlnss 'till 9 o'clock. Open Sundays 'till 6 o'clock* PUOSE 103. LATE MODEL USED CARS! JIETEEL-YOUNO MOTOR CO. SCOTTDALE. PENNA. PHONE «1 GOOD WILL USED CAH3. · BENNETT MOTOR SALES. ·JSO K. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE · PINE LATE MODEL USED CARS E. E. VAN SCOY. INC, 259 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243 THE CLASSIFIED SECTION oilers a complete catalogue of the wants anc offers at the pcoplo ox Connellsvulo and vicinity. THERE AR£ many thlnRs obtainable through tho Classified Ada that It would bo difficult to Kct In any other ""\y. YOU TELL US your details and well write your bd. Phone 12 or 13 (or an ·d-takcr. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 MB. AUTOMOBILE BUYER! FOK YOUR INFORMATION I You'll Like Our Can,l You'll Like Our Termfl You'll Like Our Service! SEE THESE CARS TODAY! 1337 Ford V-8 Standard Coupe. 1932 Ford V-8 .Deluxe Sport Ro.ids.tcr with new top. 1037 Ford V-8, 85 H. P. Tudor Sedan. 1337 Ford V-8, 60 U. P. Tudor Sedan. ·4-1834 Ford V-8 Deluxe Tudor Sedans. 1932 Plymouth 4-door Sedan. I33G Chevrolet. 4-door Sedan, equipped with trunk 1333 Ford Tudor Sedan ?275 4-cyllndcr model. Plenty of miles per gallon. 1930 Ford Tudor Sedan 530 1030 Ford Fordor Sedan J90 DcLuxe model with a 4-cyllnder engine. 2-1930 Ford Coaches, each $99 Take your choice! Our Easy Payment Plan will help you own any of them! Other Unusual Bargains Include: 1937 OldKnobuo 4-door DcLuxtt Sedan. Low Mileage. Like New. 1936 Ponliac 4-door DcLuxe Sedan. In perfect condition. 1935 Ford -V-8 Deluxe Coupe, fully equipped with Heater, Dclro-itcr and Radio. Is In perfect condition. 1037 Ford Fordor DcLuxe Touring Sedan. Al!*o a demonstrator. lxw nulcagc. New car guarantee. We have the kind of Used Car you want At a price you can alTord to pay. 1935, 293G. 1937 models of Fords. Chevrolet*. Dodges. Oldsmobllcs, Bulcks. All rc conditioned and ready to gol Don't Buy Any New Cat Until You've Seen The 1938 Models Of The FORD V-« arid LINCOLN ZEPHYR The World's Best Terms! Very Good Trades And Demonstrations! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED TORD and LINCOLM DEALERS WEST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 407 ALL CAIt CHAINS % OFF! ALL CAR HEATERS U ., OFF! STORAGE UATTEKIGS EXCH.)..... 53.39 MOTOR OIL. 2 GALLONS 79c ALCOHOL. PER GALLON 59c BRAKE LINING, FT 19C-UP LINED BRAKE SHOES 22c TURN SIGNALS --___. »7.95 AMBER LENS »«».-«».-.«.««... 7c MARKER LIGHTS .. . lOc REFLEX REFLECTORS 40c LOWEST PRICES--INSPECTION NEEDS! GOLDB TIRE fc RADIO COMPANY. 120 EAST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 10. Open Evenings! Open Sundaysl IT IS ONLY necessary to tell people where real bargains arc to bo found and a crowd will Boon b« there. Classillcd ads are constantly pointing the way to real value for hundreds of peoplo uho regularly look to thcxp for culdancc. THE CLOSER you stick to classified ads the closer your money will stick to you and the farther It will go when you spend It YOUR MONEY REFUNDED If you get tho desired results before your ad expires. Why not advcrtistt that extra dresser? IN A PINCH usn a Classified Ad. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 34. zs 20 14- 26.. IS 27 43 ACROSS ' ' ' 1--Governor of 21--Electrified New York particle state - 24--A «oft 6--Eighth-- . leather month of the 26--Give les- Jewish cat- sons endar 2S--A plaything 10--A naval of- 20--No fleer acting; 31--Expression as assistant ·· of disgust to a superior 33-7-Scandlna- · · · 11--Price of"-- "- --~ viari snow- . transports.-' 1 '" shoes" ."" tlon 34--Breach 12--The cxpans- 3G--Paint again ible parts 38--Pain ' of cameras 40--Check 15--Marry 41--External 16--Voice integument 17--To cat the of an animal evening .42--A burrow-meal ·- _ Ing mammal 19--To mark - - - with ridges - T-.. " DOWN -- " I--Generous 7--TcTsteer wi!d J--Food .fish -_L (nautical 3--Secretion Sr-Kegion of flsh 9--Color 1--Bustle 13--Man's name 5--Tidings 14--A rcttaue C--Granting; 18--Author of "The Cold Bug" 20--Chief magistrate of a city 22--A large Chinese city on the Yangtze, river 23--A pettifogging lawyer 25--Summit 27--Brother, of Abel 30--Any of the knaves In a pack of cards 32--A medicinal plant 33--Declared 34--An aeri- form fluid 35--Greek letter 37--An cdlblo seed 39--Half on cm Answer to previous puxzlc u R (0 E i-A I A O U I Kl A.T R A e o Automotive Autos, Accessories, Tires, Tarts 13 Repairing--Service Stations 1G NOW OPEN! And Ready To Serve You! KEYSTONE GARAGE. 342 K. Crawford Ave. Phone 1"G6. HAM YOUNKIN. JIM TAYLOR. Business Service Business Service OHcrcd 18 $1 OILS--And makes minor adjustments on any scwlnc machine In your home. Part* extra. Phono 890. Troutman's. UPHOLSTERING. AWNINGS -- FURNITURE REPAIRING. QUALITY WORK. Call FISHER. Phono 9043. Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KIND EXCEPT LITE. FAYETTE REALTY CO. PHONE 137S. T. D. GARDNER. MGR. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE--All kinds. Sco mo for rates. James R. LauRhlln, Insurance. 309 First National Dank Building. Phono 520. Movlnjr, Trucking, Storaffo 25 DULL-S TRANSFER * STORAGE. Local and lon£ distance moving Every load Insured. Modern vtnrnfto for houM- hold goods. We do cratlnc for shipment by rau. Phone 90. 123 Eait Peach ·treet. rrlntinc. Enrravlnr. IMndlnr 27 E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUR PRINTING WORK1 Letter lleadsl--Bill Heads! For Rent Cards!--For Sale Cards! Collins; Card)!-- Hand Bill J I--Rinding! No Trcspauclnc StKns For Sale! All Work Guaranteed! At Reasonable Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 6S. COURIER BLDG OR PHONE RESIDENCE. »L Professional Services 28 CORRECT FrrTINO TnUSSCS--Elastic Hosiery and other lurglcal appliance* A. A. Clarke. PIUO. DrueclM. 123 North Plttaburz street. Phone 104, Employment Help Wanted--Male 33 "WANTED--Strong boy about 18 jean old. High School graduate, to work In wholci-ilc liouxe. Good opportunity lor advancement. About S12 per ucvk to i-tart. Write Box 12. care of Courier. Financial Need Money 40-B Get A Loan From PERSONAL- Then Buy For Cash and Save! ONLY ONE THING--Needed to eel up to 5300 here:--The ability to repay small, regular amounts on any loan plan you ·elect Come In NOWI PERSONAL FINANCE CO Over McCrory's Store. Phone 34. WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE. Instruction Instruction Classes FRANKLIN COMMERCIAL COLLEGE- Enroll this month for February class-to secure the new typewriter free. Phone 218, Conncllsvllle. Pa. Livestock Horses, Cattle, Other Stock 48 FOR SAI.K--Brood MW. Will throw it litter March 18th S. M. Upton. Slaughter Houco Lane. Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 FOR SALE--Onc-hor.sc wagon; set one- horse harness; I Oliver plow No. 40. Many other uc-ful farming Implements too numerous to mention. Theodore Groh, Hyndmnn St.. So. ConnclKvllle. Merchandise Farm and Dairy Products I5 MR. FARMER HERE'S MONEY IN YOUR POCKET! Why not run a small Inexpensive Clarified Ad In our Classified Section uhlch will find a market for your farm products, your live stock, your farm implements, and household goods? You will ilnd many people Mho want to buy the many things you have for sale) Tho Daily Courier has a largo rural circulation which makes It tno popular choice among tho farmers and assures you that your message will reach tho pcoplo who are In tho market for your products. You Will Find: Our rates In the ·bova Classified heading. All Classified Ads ar* payable tn advance! Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 56 COAL--0-fL Conncllsvlllo coklnc. lump and run of mine Pittsburgh Champ- Ion nut coal and large lump. Coke, all sizes. Stone Sc Work. Phono 1700. RUN OF MINE COAL--lOe and 13c; screened, nut or lump. 14c. Cash. Phone 1541-M or Dunb.ir 2281. CUSTOM COAI^--lOc. l!c and 13c delivered. Gcorgo W. Kern, ConneUivlIlc. Phone 4121-11-11. GENUINE WASHINGTON RUN COAL-Wm. Dull A Son. Phooo C'ville. 107: Scottdale. 502: Dawson. 4037. COAL--0 ft. black, run of mine coal, 7c bushel at bin. lOc delivered. Cash. Joe Obwclscr, Dawson. Phone 4038. COAL--Good black lumpy run of mine, lOc bu-ihcl, delivered. Cash. KobalJa Hro« Phone 2037. CO Ms--DC. 1 Oc. lie. 12c. jwr bushel. Screened coal 13c. Phone 4103-R-2. Household Goods STORE WIDE REDUCTIONS! ON ALL FURNITURE, HUGS AND STOVES COME INI SEE! AND SAVE] LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES. MKRVIS FURNITURE COMPANY. NORTH P1TTS11URG ST. PHONE 2020. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD 1IKHEI FOR SALEI ALL KINDS OF--Used furniture Includ Ing coal, gas and combination ranges and heaters. Also come good piano* at bargain prices. DULL'S STO3AGE. 122 EAST PEACH ST. PHONE 50. Wanted--To Duy 6S TWO U C SMITH TYPEWRITERS--At reasonable price. Wrile Box 23, car* Courier, stating condition of machine. prtc«, rid stylo number. CASH IS WHAT WE PAY- BRING IN ALL YOUR 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 YOURSELf SOME SPENDING Rooms and Board Rooms for Housekeeping 60 FOR RENT--Two furnished rooms for llKht hou*eki-plng or bedrooms. 507 Newmyer ,j\cnuc. Wanted--ICooms or Board 73 WANT TO RENT--Two or thro- furnished rooms for light housekeeping or small apartment. Write E. T. Car of Courier, Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 71 FOR RENT-- Apartments. Inquire Smulz Apartment Dufldlng. 715 Crawford avenue. Weit Side. Tarnri and Land for Kent 76 Buildings. Building materials 53 IF YOU ARK--Patclilni! tli.it small break In the kitchen wall, or plastering every wall In the house, we can furnish your needs. Stone Work. Phone 1700. FOR SALE--Locust posts. L. I. Krcln- brook, R. D. 2. Mt. Pleasant. Pa. Farm and Dairy Products 55 APPLES--Sprayed and hand picked. 50c per JjUbhi . Somcnsct potatoes, $125 per bag. We deliver. 413 E. Washington Ave. 3'honc 865-R. WHENEVER you have a real need to fill the Classified Section will help you to fill it quickly, as easily and Inexpensively. PATRONIZE those \sho advertise! USE Classified Ails for results I REMEMBER. Tho more you e,iy, the quicker it pays. FOR RKNT--31 acres on paved road, close Connellsvlllc. Five room house, cemented basement, electricity, warm air furnace, writer, large b.irn, garngc, fruit. $2500 month. Union Realty Company, Unlontov.n. Telephone 1G8. Houses for Rent 77 Fort RENT--Furnished five room modern house, water furnished. 237'^ East Falrvicw avenue. Phone 772-W. FOR RENT--Five room hou;e with bath. West Side. $18. Inquire Robert Norris Phono 505. Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale FOR SALE--Three houses, one hou.sc with extra lot. Owner willing to sell immediately for the price ot one lioubc, to settle Estate. All are rented at present. Write C. J. .L. care ot Courier. FOR SAI..E--Double houM.*, five rooms each .*ldc. baths nnd furnace. South 4th street. West Side. $1,800 Robert Norris. Plione 505. LEIO BRUCE: COPYRIGHT nv uro BRUCE, HFXEASEP nv CEKntVi. pnrss ASSOCIATION flRA3 THIS FXS13T: Mrs, Mary Thurslon, talddlc-agetl wife of a retired Knf;ltah physician, \o found murdered in bed durlne a weekend iwirty At tho Thornton home n':ar Ixndon. Those in the houao when Mrs. Thurton retired nro her hunband; Townnend, tho author; William*, the family lawyer; Strickland, n. sportsman, «nd the ftervantn. They find her (i few seconds after Ihrco picrcittB acrcnms jtnd penetrated tho house. .No ono else in found In tho bedroom. Tho door woa bolted from tho Iruildo nnd tho only open window rovcnlcd a 20-foot drop to tho ground, Hclow the bedroom window. 1'ownscnU (Inds tlio murder wcftiKtn, n bloodstaincd Chinceo knife, token from tho Thuraton .mUway. Shortly nUcrwarda, Mr. Rider, the vicar, a dinner cuctt that evening, is found praying beMda Mrs. Thuniton's (body. Lord Simon, brtlllanl investigator, arrive* at tho Thuraton homo next morning. fNOW GO ON WITH TILE STOUY) CHAPTER 9 "NOW, WHICH of those vrtn- dowa l/i In Mrs. Tburaton'ii bedroom, did you say?" naltcd Lord Simon when he had finished the tune he was humming. I explained to him as fully as 1 could, for Williams and I had already ascertained the uacs of the upper rooms. "You aay It wna a windy night?" he aaked dreamily when I bad finished. "Yes. Fairly." "You could hear the wind when you were in the lounge ?" "Well, yes. These trees round the house- , . ." "Quite. And when you were .standing at the door of the room (watching Williams search it?" "Now I come to think of it, yea." "Good. Lct'a go upstairs." We walked towards the front door, and Lord Simon paused to .speak to his man. "Butterflcld," Ihc said, with apologetic hcsita- ·Uon. "Yes, my lord," Bald Butttrfield, suavely of course. 'Take some photographs. And telephone to the dowager Duchess and the Ex-Queen that I shall not be lunching with either of them.' "Very good, my lord." "Oh, and--Butterflcld T" "Yes, my lord ?" ·Have you got the Napoleon brandy in the car?" "Yes, my lord." "Excellent." Wo re-entered the bouse, and started to go upstairs. I was determined to remain with Lord Simon while he was investigating. Itts care-free manner, "which evidently concealed great astuteness, interested me enormously. I was wondering what discoveries he ·would make in tho fatal bedroom, what ho would find that we had missed. But when I reached the door of It, ho stopped. "This is the room," I said. "What room?" "The room where it happened.' "Indeed? Let's go a tittle higher up, shall we?" I reflected that eriminologists arc nothing If not unexpected, and led the way to the floor above. The box-room, which we entered llrat, filled Lord Simon with enthusiasm. "I love old box-rooms," he said. "Don't you? Never know what you may come across when you start pokln' about In them." His eye traveled round the room. There was little enough to »co--a number of old trunks, pair of rusty skates, an array of silently mildewed boots, and a moth-eaten leopard skin rug. ' F a s c l n a tin'," ho said, nnd crossed to the window. This, with itfl stone mulllons, seemed to occupy MB attention for longer than I could understand, and he glanced languidly from It to the beams above. "And novf we're going to do .-something very Scotland Yard, 1 he drawled. "Yes. Definitely Scotland Yard But necessary. "FasclnatlnV We're going to examine the contents of these boxes." "Keally," I began. "1 don't know whether Dr. Tburston . . ." But Lord Simon smiled ·disarm- Ingly, and I remembered that crimlnologlsts are exempt from such trifling: considerations. "Come along," ho said. "There's a good chap." I helped him to turn out the boxes. One contained only odd bits of material, stray scraps of lace, pieces from ancient drosses which poor Mary Thurston had probably stored "in case they might como in useful." I did not care for this, as It brought the dead woman vividly back to me with all her stupidity and good- nature. "Like bcln' a beastly customs officer. Isn't It?" said Lord'Simon, disdainfully plucking out a disused petticoat. I nodded. We had scon finished that box, and after replacing its contents, turned to the next. This smelt more strongly of camphor, and proved to be an undisturbed mhusoleum of Dr. Thuraton's castoff suits--old morning coats, and a dinner jacket of antique cut. We went Uirough the remaining boxes with tho same thoroughness but came on nothing which appeared to Interest Lord Simon. "Dlsappolntln'," · he said. "We must try the apple-room." When wo entered it the apple- room appeared to me even more barren of possibilities than the box-room, but Lord Simon seemed to like the place. "Rippln 1 smell, stored apples," he remarked, drawing it In through his chiseled nostrils. The fruit had been laid out on the floor, each apple separated from its fellow to prevent the spread of any infection. But a clear passage, about a yard wide, had been left from door to window. Lord Simon stood looking down at the crimson and yellow rows, then stooped to pick up a Cox's Orange Pippin. "Recently crushed," he said, and took a bite from the undamaged side of it. Then his eyes were alight again, and he became unaffectedly active. Ho took off his pale gray overcoat, and hung it carefully behind the door. His handsomely tail- ored Jacket followed It, and he stood In his shirt sleeves fumbling with a pair of Asprcy cuff links. An unpleasant thought occurred to me. "You're not going to move all these apples, are you?" I asked. "Rather not," he returned. "Just a lucky dip, that's all." And he picked his way among the fruit to . the water tank which wheezed sterlorously In the comer. Breathlessly I watched Lord Simon. Would he discover another corpse? I knew he had a penchant for that sort of thing. But surely he would not blindly plungo his arm into the water if that was what he sought. No, 1 could seo by his face that he had found whatever he had anticipated. And presently he began to draw It out --a length of very thick rope. He laid it on the floor between the apples, as tenderly as if it had been a child. There was a great knot at one end of It and an Iron ring at the other. It must have been about 10 feet long. "Exhibit A," he said. "Undoubtedly Exhibit A. Ever seen it before ?" "It looks as though It came from tho gymnasium." "Gymnasium? You never told me that there was a gymnasium." "I did not see that it could, huv« any bearing." "No, no. Of course not. Yes, certainly this rope comes from the gymnasium. At any rate, it has been used for cllmbln'." "But..." "I nover could climb a rope at Eton. Could you at wherever you w«re ?" . "Yes," I said rather shortly. "Well, let's go down. 1 think It's time I ..." "Viewed the body?" I suggested. · "Exactly," said Lord Simon. But before he left the room he examined the stone frame of the window very carefully, as he had done that of the box-room. We came down tho narrow staircase, and I tapped at the door of the room in which the tragedy had happened. It was Sergeant Beef's voice which bade us come in. My knowledge cf these situations was sufficient to tell me just what sort of greetings to expect between these two, and I was not disappointed. (To Bo Continued) Real Estate for Safe Brokers In Real Estate SOMETHING FOR NOTHING? NO--But more tor your Real Estate Dollar than you will ever get aga BUY NOW I PETER n. WEIMER WEIMER ARCADE. PROPERTIES FOR S\LE on RENTI T. C. PILMJN SO. CONNELLSVTLLE, I'/. PHONE 375. Houses for Sale 84 FOR SALEI -- FOR SALEI BARGAIN DWELLING -- Four rooms, halls, toilet, electricity, gas and water. Situated In tlic center of the City near Stores. Schools, Churches anil Car Lines. Price, $1.250. FAYKTTE REALTY COMPANY 2nd NAT'L. BANK BLDG. PHONE 13J5. T. D, GARDNER. Mer. CONNELLSVILLE. REAL BUYS JN RKAt. ESTATE! SPRINGFIELD PIKE--Sorvln Station nnd Lunch Room. MURPHY AVENUE--Small tour room building and four lout. VINE STREET--Two. clsht room houses and one. six room house. LOGAN'S CROSSING--Four room house. 25 acres of good farm land, McCOY HOLLOW 1IOAD -- Six room house and six acres of land. COTTAGE AVEN'UE-Fivc room house and six room house. SOUTH CONNELUSVILLL -- SU room home. SYCAMORE STREET--Six room house. WM. P. McNULTV. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 17CO. A REAL BUYI 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 PAW. WAGONER 1009 W. CRAWFORD AVE. PtlONE, MS. Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale 84 FOR SALE--Nice six room house with bath, extra deep lot, Goot location, 208 East Fairvfew avenue. Robert Norrls. Phone 505: KERE IS THE HOME YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FORI CROSSLAND ROAD--Just onc-naH mile from the 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 vory best of. condition. Price is reasonable. Inquire. Wm. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1760. Ixts For Sale 85 SEVERAL NICE BUILDING LOTSl FOR SALE--At Poplar Grove, 60x140 It. City -water and gas. telephone service, near Street Car line and highway. If you arc Interested in good building lots at real Bargain Prices, see C. B. McCormlck. Poplar Grove. Phone, Connellsville. 1204-J, or write Post Office Box 144, Conncllsvlllc, Pa. Shore, Mountain, Lake for Sale 8G WONDERFUL LOCATIONS FOR SUMMER HOME! Mill Run Section Overlooking Indian Creek Reservoir. WHY NOT BUILD--Your own summer cottage? Pick out your own location, home near Mill Run Creek, others near the Reservoir. Good hunting and nsh- Ing territory. Excellent concrete highway, nlso. electric light and telephone service available. Willing to sell these plots of one acre In size from $50 and up. If interested. Inquire. J. C. May nt Mill Run or phone, Indian Head, 1S-R--1. WHEN YOU SHOP through tho Classified Section you buy from choice not from persuasion AN AD A DAY keeps hard times away Let us explain our yearly Closslflcd rate. SPEND HALF as much for twice as much by shopping through the Class!* llcd Ads. Aucf-ions-Legals Legal Notices. ADMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE. THE ESTATE OF C. D. PIERN, ALSO known as Cre;ccnzio DiPlcmo, late of Connellsville. Fayctte County, Pa., deceased. Letters of Administration In the above estate having been granted to the undersigned, notice Is hereby given to all persons Indebted to the said decedent to make payment to the undersigned without delay, and all persons having claims or demands against said estate arc requested to make known the same. ' Rosa Picm , Administratrix. 20D N. Sixth Street. Connellsville, Pa. Maxwe'! E. Llzza. Attorney. I8jan-6t-tuc. Confluence CONFLUENCE, Feb. 1.--Mr. and Mrs. J. F. May were visitors Saturday at Kingwood. B. F. Brown, Baltimore Ohio Railroad engineer, of Rockwood spent over Sunday with his family here. G. A. Fr.intz, Jr., and William Davis, students at Gcttysbury College are visiting the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Frantz, and the latter's mother, Mrs. Wilbur Davis. Mrs. David Cronin, who has been : :ffcring with a badly infected foot is slightly improved. Miss Agnes Slraka was a week-end visitor at Cumberland. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Butler and Mrs. M. Frantz of Johnson Chapel wore visitors here Saturday. Mrs. C. M. Cunningham was a visitor at Cumberland Saturday. Clyde Shope of Harnedsville wai a visitor here Friday. Charles Mat-quart, proprietor of th« Hotel Dodds, who has been in poor health for a long time is unimproved. Miss Myrtle Hopwood, a teacher in the Hooversville schools is spending a few days with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. G. B. Hopwood. · Mrs. S. T. Downs, who has been in poor health for a long time is now able to be up and around again. IN WRITING a ClassUlcd Ad bo lure to tell all the facts which you would want to know If you yourself were prospective buyer. AS LONG AS you have the Classified Section, you needn't wait long to obuln anything you need--It Is easy to get

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