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-PAGE EIGHT THE DATLT COURIER. CONNET^SVTLLE. PA. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 103S. Courier ClassifLed Advertisements 1 and 2 Times: Per line. 9c cash; lOc charge. / For Quick Results /-CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. HI Ads to Be Run 3 Times: Per line, 7c cash; Sc charge. Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Pei 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 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker. Spea'a/.-^_Your--Ad Inserted "7" Times for the Price of Six!--Special No Ad. Is Taken For Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Floucrs and Mournlnc Goods 4 BASKETS SPflAYS AT REASONABLE PRICESI P R DcMUTH SONS C'VILLE--SO _ SCOTTDALE--S3* Funeral Directors Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 FUNERAL, DIRECTOR - WILLIAM A. McNANAMVl J AMBULANCE SERVICE - " I 145 N CALLATIN AVF UN1ONTCWN ·' CHAPEL SERVICE- --SIBEL FUNERAL HOME--7." T The Last Word In Funeral Service." CALL. CONNELLSVILLE ISO. Personals ' MAN'--Get vlror at once' New Ostrcx Tonic Tablets contain raw oyhtcr In- \lgoraton, and other stimulants One dobc peps up orgins. glands, blood Regular price $1 Special price SOc. Call, \\rllc Union Drug Co. Strayed. Lost, Fauna 10 LOST OR STRAYED--English Setter, female S25 00 "reward for an Information or return R T Llninger, Springfield Pike. Phone 4113-R-3 LOST--Bundle of carpet, "between -Iron ' "Bridge and Scoltdnlc. Wednesday Reward Wciver Poultry, Scottdale LOST^Sct of upper teeth · Finder^notily "Z. care Courler-andlicceive'feuatcL.. __-" Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 -O-K" USED CAJtS NOW ON DISPLAY ON OUR USED CAR LOT WEST CRAWFORD AVE NEXT TO WERTHEIMER MEN S STORE ^ AND ALSO INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT U1 WEST APPLE STREET MASON MOTOR COMPANY. Open Evenings 'till 9 o'clock. Open Sundiys 'till 0 o clock. PHONE 105. LATE MODEL USED CARS1 HETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO. SCOTTDALE. PENNA. PHONE *07 GOOD WILL USED CAIt3 BENNETT MOTOR SALES YOU WILL LIKE THES2 BARGAINS You 11 Like Our Cars! You II Like Our Tcrmsl You II Like Our Service! SEE THESE CARS TODAY! 1937 Ford V-8 Standard Coupe 1932 Ford V-8 Deluxe Sport Roadster ulth -- new top ~ 3037 Ford V-8. 85 U P. Tudor Sedin. - 1037 Ford V-8 CO H. P Tudor Sedan. 4-1934 Ford V-8 Deluxe Tudor Sedans. . 1D32 Plymouth 4-door Sedan 1030 Chevrolet. 1-door Sedan, equipped %\ith trunk 1933 Ford Tudor Sedan .. -,, 5275 4-cyllnder model Plenty ot miles per Kallon 1930 Ford Tudor Sedan .. - S89 1930 Ford Fordor Sedan 590 DeLuxc model with a 4-cyllndcr engine 2-1930 Ford Coaches, each J99 Take your cholcel Our Easy Pomcnt Plan ulU help you own any of them! Other Unusual Bargains Include: 1937 Oldsmobilc 4-door DeLuxc Sedan Low Mileage Like New. ID3C Ponliac 4-door DeLuxe Sedan In perfect condition. 1935 Ford V-3 Deluxe Coupe, fully equipped with Heater. Defroster and Radio li. In perfect condition. 1937 Ford Fordor DeLuxe TourlnK Sedan Also a demonstrator Low mileage. NCM car guarantee. Vfc have the kind of Used Car ou tiant . at a price }ou can afford to pay. 1935 393G. 1937 models of Ford* Chevrolet*;. Dodrci, Oldsmobilcs Eulcks AH re conditioned and ready to got Don't Buy Any New Car Until You v e Seen Tho IMC Models Ot The LINCOLN ZEPHYR Tho World s Best Tcrmsl Very Good Trades And Demonstration 11 WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED FORD and LINCOLN DFALERS \LL CAR CHAINS . . - VI OFF1 XL CAR HEATERS H - OFFI STORAGE BATTFRIES (EXCI1 ) S3 39 IOTOR OIL 2 GALLONS . - 79c ALCOHOL PER GALLON .,, -- SDc BRAKE LINING FT ,, 19C-UP ,INED BRAKE SHOES . 22c TURN SIGNALS ,,_ - S7 95 AMBER LENS . 7c MARKER LIGHTS 19c REFLFX RFFLECTORS ._ _ ,, 49c LOWEST PRICES-INSPECTION NEEDS! GOLDK TIRE RADIO COMPANY 20 EAST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 10 256 E CRAWFORD AVE. PHONH 1234 ' WEST CRAWFORD AVh PHONE 407 FINE LATE MODEL USED CARS E E VAN SCOY. UJC 250 E CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243 Open Evenings! Open Sundays! IN WRITING x Classified Ad bo sure THE CLASSIFIED SECTION offers to tell all the facts uhlch you would complete catalogue of the wants and ·want to know if you yourself wero a prospective buyer. oilers of the people of Conncllsvillo ant vicinity AS LONG AS you tmc the Classified AN AD A DAY keeps hard times a»ay SccUon. ou needn't wait long to obtain Let us explain our yearly Classified anything you need--it is easy to get. 1 rate WHEN YOU SHOP through the Classl- SPEND HALF as much for twice Tied Section you buy from cholco not much by shopping throucn tho Classl from persuasion fled Ads TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 44 Today's uncharted puzzle starts with No I, across, a six-letter word Number 1, down, a six-letter word. Fill in squares at tho end of each word and check with tomorrow's solution. - ACROSS 1--Author or 30-ySymbol for "Paradise "calcium -Lost" 31--A species of Tr--Subsides.. Indian 11--Stir · madder 12--Additional 32--Spotted 13--Defeat with egg utterly 31--Disfigure 14--Plural form 35--Domestic o f l pet 16--A digit 37--Old form of 17--Poetic form Tiic of India 38--Old Russian 18--A hireling council of 20--Upon state 21--Xcw York 30--Real (abbr.) 41--Poked about 22--Half an em 43--Dispatch 23--A sign 44--To mark 25--Form of the with verb "to be" blotches 26--Frost of different 28--Honest color 2»--Thursday (abbr.) DOWN t--Nautical 6--An esker Si--Light 6--Tidings sarcasm 7 = Type meas- 3--Showy -- ure --Expression.' S--Larva of the of impa-, .' bot-fly : tienc* ~. 7 . ! 9--A small light stream 30--A desert 10--Beheld beast 15--Hostility Jl--Book of tho 18--Strencth New Tcsta- 19--Every ment 22--One of the 33--A microbe Great Lakes 34--A cur 24--Back 36--A large wino (prefix) cask 25--River of 3S--A speck Livonia -JO--Editor (ab ) 27--A procession 42--Combining 2S--Large, form mean- bright, ing on egg nickering Answer to previous puzzle H M A O Y K K. E Automotive Autos, Accessories, Tires, Farts 13 Repairing--Service Stations 1C NOW OPLNl And Hcndy To Servo You! KhYSTONE GARAGE 342 E Cnwford Ave Phone 1"66 . HAM YOUNKIN. JIM TAYLOH. Business Service Business bcrvico Offcrcf" 18 ;1 OILS--And makes minor adjustments on nny scwlnc machine la your home Parts extra Phone 830 Troutman'i. UPHOLSTFIUNG. AWNINGS -- FUBN1- TUUE REPAIRING QUALITY WORK Cull FIElIErt Phone DM5 Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KIND EXCEPT LIFE ·AYETTE REALTY CO PHONE 1375 T. D GARDNER. MGR. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE--All kinds. See mo (or rntcs James R LBUffhlln. Insurance. 300 First National Bank Dulldlng Phone 520 Movlnc. Trucking. Storato 25 DULL'S TRANSFER «t STORAGE. and lonf distance movlnK Every oad Insured Modern storage for houae lold coodi We do crating for st Ipmcnt rait Phono SO 122 East Peach street. !· inline, Encravlnc. BIndinc 27 E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUR PIUNTUtC WORKI Letter Heads!--Dill Headll For Kent Cardtl--For Sale Cards! Calling Cards!--Hand Bills!--Blndlnel No TrespTalnK Signs For Salel All Work Guaranteed! At Reasonable Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 6S COURIER BLDG OR PHONE RESIDENCE, 01. Professional Services CORRECT FITTING TRUSSES-- ElalUc Hosiery and other surclcal appliance* A. A. Clarke PH. O Drucelit. North Plttsburg street Phone 194. Repairing and RcflnishlnR 29 UPHOLSTERING--Rep-lire factorj meti odn Awnings slip covers Latea fabrics Rudolph s 131 L Fairvlcw Axe Phone 1817-J. Employment Help Wanted--Female WANTED--Girls o\er 21 jcnrj old. Free to travel for Magazine Club Fnclow: photo when available. 'Write Box 80 care Courier. Help Wanted--Male 33 WANTED--Strong boy about 18 yen: old. Hlfih School Bncluatc, to work In v/holcsilc house Good opportunity fo advancement About $12 per \vcck to btart. Write Box 12, care of Courier Financial Need Money 40-B Get A Loan From PERSONAL Then Buy For Cash and Savel ONLY ONE THING--Needed to get up tc $300 hero --The ability to rcpiy small regular nmounts on any loan plan you select. Come In NOW! PERSONAL FINANCE CO Over McCrory's Store Phone : WESr CRAWFORD AVENUE Livestock Uorscs, Cattle, Other Stock 4g HORSE SALE Thuridav. Fcb 10th, 1938, at 1 00 P M Frlck Barn. Falrchancc Pn Terms Cash J C Muckslnj,er. Auctioneer C P GYnn Clerk FOR SALE--Brood sou Will throw litter March 18th s ai Up*on Slaughter House Lane Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 Merchandise Fzrm and Dairy Products 55 APPLES--Sprayed and hand picked. COc per bush* Somerset potatoes. $1.23 per bnn We deliver 413 E Washington Avc. Phone 8C5-R. MR FARMER IIERES MONEY IN YOUR POCKET1 Why not run a small Inexpensive Classified Ad In our Classified Section which will nnd a market for your farm products, your live stock, your farm mplcments. nnd household Eoods7 You will find many people who want to buy the many things you have for calcl The Dally Courier has a large rural circulation v,hlch makes H the popular cholco among tho farmers and assures you that your message will reach tho people who are In tho market for your prooucta You Will Find- Our rates tn the above Classified heading All Classified Ads are paablo In advance! Fuel, Tccd, Fertilizers 56 BEST QUALITY -- 1-Ft cokinK conl moderately priced Immediate delivery Gerald Schomcr Phone 1091. IP YOU HAVE A STOKER--Try a load of our specially prepared stoker coal Stone Work. Phono 1700 RUN OF MINE COAL--lOc and 13e screened, nut or lump 14c Cash Phone 1541-M or Dunbar 2281. CUSTOM COAL--IOC. 12c and 13c dc- IKcrcd George W. Kern. Connellsvlllc Phone 4121-R-ll GENUINE WASHINGTON RUN COAL-Wm Dull A Son Phone C'vulc. 107 Scottdale. 502, Dawson. 4037 COAL--0 ft black, run of mine coal. 7c bushel at bin lOc delivered Cash Joe Obwelscr, Dawon Phono 4030 COAL--Good black lumpy run of mine lOc bushel, delivered. Cash Koballa Bros Phone 2037. COAL--9c lOc lie. 12c. per bushel Screened coal 13c Phone 410J-R-2. Household Goods STORE WIDE REDUCTIONS! ON ALL FURNITURE. RUGS AND STOVhS CO-HE INI SEE! AND SAVE LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES MtllVIS FURNITURE COMPANY NORTH PITTSBURG ST PHONE 2020 YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERLI FOR SALE I ALL KINDS OF-- Used furniture Includ Ing conl gas and combination range and heaters Also some good pianos a bargain prices. DULL'S STORAGE. 122 EAST PEACH ST. PHONE 50 Wanted--To Buy TWO L. C SMITH TYPEWRITERS--A reasonable price Write Box 23 Courier, stating condition of machine price, r"\d 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 "Sc" PER POUND WHY NOT LOOK AROUND AND MAKE YOUP.SELI SOME SPENDING MONEY!?? Rooms and Board Rooms for Housekeeping 6 FOR RLNT--Two furnished rooms fo light housekeeping or bedrooms 00 Ncwmycr avenue. Wanted--Rooms or Board 7 WANT TO RENT--Two or three furnished rooms for light housckecpin or small apartment Write E. T. Car of. Courier ""! Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats FOR RENT-- Apirtmcnts Inquire Smut Apartment Building, 715 Crawfor ·wcnuc Wcit Side frOK bALK--One-horse w iron oct one' liorst. harness 1 Oliver ploy No 40 M-im olhLr useful farminK Implement., loo numerous to mention Theodore Groh Hwidmin St So Connells\ illc i tOR SALE--1 pair D i Ion computing I scilib C S Shullr R D 2 Con- mlUUlle Pa PhoiiL 4100-R-12 Farms and Land for Kent FOR RENT--31 acres on paved road, clos Conncl!s\ ille f ive room house cemented basement, electricity, warm iir furnace water larfic birn, garage fruit $25 00 month Union Realt Company Uniontown Telephone 1C8 Houses for Rent ' FOR ULNT-- Furnished five room inodcr house, ivnter furnished ilS? 1 ^ Eas Filr\ low i\ cnut Phone 772-W. Buildings. Building Materials 53 OUR CEMLXT--Sand md grn\cl nre of the finest qualities Let us flj;ur«. our requfremt-nti Slom Work Phone 1700 FOR RFNT--Fi\c room house \\ith batl Wtst Side $18 Inquire Kobert Norils Plionc 505 LED BRUC COPYRICIfT BY LEORRUCEt RELEASED BY CENTRAL PRT.SS READ THIS FIRST. Rtra. Mary Thlinlon middle aged wife of a retired English physician IB round murdered in bed during a weekend nnrty nt the Thurston homo ear London Those in Ut house when Mrs Thumton retired arc her husband. Towniiend. Uie author. Willlamit the family lawyer, Strickland a sportsman and Die servant*. They nnd her a tew seconds after three piercing screams lind penetrated the house No one else in found tn the bedroom Tho door was bolted from the Inside and the only open window revealed a 20-foot drop to the ground Below the bedroom window Townsend nndn the murder weapon a bloodatnlncd Chinese knife tnkcn from the Thuraton h-illway Shorth aftcrwiirda Mr Rider the vicar, a dtnncr Rucrjt that evening In found prnyinK beside Airs Thureton a body Lord Simon, brilliant Investigator, arrives at the Thurston home next mornlm: In n storage room watar-tank Lord Simon llndn n lone rope, taken from the gmna3lllni WOW CO ON WITH THK STORY) FOR Rr NT--Six room modern house I01G S camorc street Phont. 2097-R Ott SALE-- Locu t posls brook K D. 2. Nt. I'kd THE CLOSFR you stick to classified -- , id;, the closer our money will stick to 1 K r c m - | o u nnd the fartlicr It will 1,0 when you Pi Upend It. CHAPTER 10 "MORNIN 1 , Beef." said Lord Simon gaily as we entered Mrs Thuriton's bedroom The Sergeant seemed to be suffering from the effects of hH visit to the Red Lion lost night. "I shouldn't 'ardly 'ave thought you d of bothered with a little case like this," he laid slowly. "It's all plain sailing." "You find it so?" asked Lord Simon. "Yes. Of course I do Why It'B . . ." "What nre you doln' there, Sergeant* 7 " "Just 'aving another look at thcso bloodstains,' said Beef sulkily. Lord Simon turned to me. "The police love blood," he said. "Sur- prisln', isn't if" The Sergeant did not appreciate the joke. Very soon there was silence in the room, as Beef and I watched Lord Simon at work. He went with surc-flngcred efficiency over every object in the room, tapped the v.nl!s once or tv-lce, and examined the fireplace. "No means of escape," be observed. Sergeant Beef guffancd. "Surely you wasn't expecting to find one, was you?" he aakcd. "No. Sergeant," said Lord Simon quietly. "Oddly enough, I wasn t " Next he went to the wardrobe, and after poking about, rather rudely I thought, umong a num- . ber of Mary Thurston s coats, he pulled out two old parasols. "Going out In the sun, and afraid of your complexion'" awttcd Sergeant Beef, with heavy satire. ·No. Just Interested," sold Lord Simon, scrutinizing them carefully. At last ho put them down, and started a stupid game with the long curtains. He pulled one over a little way, then pulled It back carelessly, two or three times. "Nice curtains," ho sold, releasing them Finally he returned to the ilresiins table, and to my surprise stooped over It, and applied his nose to a point near the mirror. In a moment he was sneezing violently. "Disgustln 1 ," he said. "I'm Kind you hadn't noticed it. Sergeant. It's most unpleasant. By the way, who in this household takes snuff" "I know that Stall does," I told him. "I saw him once on the landing when he thought no one noticed him " "Oh," said Lord Simon dimly. "Well, I m going to get some lunch " It was barely 12 o'clock, so I guessed he had some other purpose tn leaving us Just then. But I accompanied him downstairs and toward 1 ! the hall door. Just before I opened this for him he stopped and glanced at a little window beside it, which looked out from the front of the ·"Yes, mon ami, I'm the great Amcr Picon.' house. "Do you happen to know | v, hcthcr these curtains arc drawn at night'" he asked me. I was unable to tell htm, but Stall, who was passing at that moment, said, "I am afraid they arc usually forgotten, my lord It Is the parlor-maid's place to draw them, but they seem to get missed " "Drawn last night?" "I believe not, my lord." "Thanks," said Lord Simon to Stall, and thereupon ambled off. As the three Rolls-Royces were disappearing down the drive, I became aware of a very curious little man, who was on all fours beside the flower bed In which I had discovered the* knife during the previous evening. His physique was frail, and topped by a large egg-shaped head, a head so much and so often egg-shaped that I was surprised to find a nose and mouth In It at, all, but half- expected Its white surface to break and release a chick. I recognized him at once nnd approached. "M. Amcr Picon. I think?" "Yes, mon ami. The great Amer Picon," he amplified, glancing up for a moment from his operations. "My name is Townscnd," I told him. "Can I help you at all'" I had had an opportunity of watching one great crimlnologl.it at work, and was pleased by the prospect of seeing another. "But certainly you can help me," he exclaimed. "I shall be cnchnnte, I have Just this minute arrived." "Then you don't know ..." I began, eager to tell him what we had already learned. But he Interrupted me. "I know all that you know, mon vicux. and pcr'aps a lectio more Oho, tiens, voilal" he ended not very relevantly. "But pardon me, m'siear. that Is Impossible if you have Just arrived. I have been with Lord Simon Pllmgoll this morning, and he has made some Important discoveries." "PlImwIlT That amateur dcs /iwei?" he scoffed, with more command of French than I had previously credited him with "And what has he found' The rope, I suppose'" "How did you know that?" "How did I know? But am I not Picon? Amer Ptcon? Tiens! These nrc not problems. There arc problems enough. But such as you 'mention ore not problems. And where was the rope' In the water tank, I presume?" "Well, yes It was. Did someone tell you?" He stood up indignantly. "Tell me?" he said. "Do I need to be told? Where else could the ropo be, I should like to know?" I was unable to answer that, so I remained silent. Apparently M. Picon was sorry for his brusqueness "H'slcur, you must excuse Pap* Picon He is troubled. Yes. even, he. Aliens. Let us go to the. garage " "To Uie garage?" I repeated. "But naturally. Where else, should we go?" ' And he s:t off on his short legs at a great pace. The garage was at the end of the house opposite to that of Mary Thurston's room, and on the farther side of a yard. Across this the little man stepped resolutely, and did not hesitate till he come to the space In front of the garage door. Here we found Fellowcs, his legs in rubber) boots, applying a powerful hose' to the Thurstons' Austin cor. He turned to say good morning to- 1 us, but did not cense his work. M. Picon watched him for some* moments, then said, "Mon am/J why do you clean again and yet) again what is already spotless?"! Fellowcs seemed somewhat con-) fused. I had never known him to- show any surliness before, andl was surprised to notice his attitude to my eccentric companion. "Is It that you wish to appear busy, eh? You do not like the-what you call'--the cross-examination? Have no fear. The time for questions has not come yet Now, I look a little, no more." Rather unwillingly the chauffeur smiled at that. 'Well, It's quite right I don't like being questioned," he said. "Who docs?" But Picon took little notice ofl his reply. The chauffeur's sleeves were rolled almost to the EhouM der, revealing a pair of very mus-i cular arms. And on one forearrni were tattooed several devices.! These had attracted Picon's bird-' like attention Presently he' walked up to Fellowcs and seized! his wrist with both his llttlel hands. i "Forgive," he said, and began to 1 examine the tattoo-marks. (To Be Continued) Real Estate for Sale Brokers In Real Estate SOMETHING FOR NOTHING? NO--But more for your Real Estate Dollar than jou will ever get again BUY NOW 1 PETER R V.'EIMER. WEIMER ARCADE PROPERTIES FOR S\LE OR RENTI T C PIIALIN SO. CONNELLSVILLt. Pf PHONE 075 IIouscs for Sale 84 REAL BUYS IN REAL ESTATE I SPRINGFIELD PIKE--Service Station and Lunch Room MURPHY AVENUE--Small lour room building and four lots VINE STREET--Two. eight room houses and one six room 1 ouse. LOGAN S CROSSING--Four room house, 25 acres of good farm land McCOY HOLLOW ROAD -- Six room house ind Ix icreb of land COTTAGE AVLNUE--five room house and six room house SOLT11 CON NELLS VILLL -- Six room house SYCAMORE STREET--six room house. Wll P McNULTY EAGLES BUILDING PHONE 1700 A REAL DUYI DLACKSTONE HOAD. 716-718 WEST SIDE--Twelve room double house with bath and heater, nil modern This property must be sold at once to settle estate Immediate possession Price reduced to $1500 PAUL WAGONER 1009 W CRAWIORD AVE. PjlONE 148 fOR SALE--ThreL houses one house w i t h extra lot Owner willing to sell Immediately for the price of one house tr settle kbtite All ore rented at present Write C J L cnre of Courier FOR SALE--Double house ll\e rooms each side bithb and furnace South 4th street West Side SI BOO Robert Norm Phone 505 ! IHHiL AM ninny mines obtainable throuch the Classified Adj that it would | be difficult to set In any outer way. Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale 84 FOR SALE--Nice six room house with bath, extra deep lot. Good location. 208 Eat Falrvlcw avenue. Robert Norrls Phone 505 HERE IS THE HOME YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR I CROSSLAND ROAD--Just one-half mile from Uie City Limits. Ten room house Including three acres of land and outbuildings two baths, electricity, new stcim furnace girage and laundry. Just recently remodeled and In the vcr best of condition Price is reasonable. Inquire. Wm P McNULTY EAGLES BUILDING PHONE 1700 Lois For Sale 85 SEVERAL NICK BUILDING LOTSI FOR SALE--At Poplar Grove. 60x140 ft City water and cos, telephone -service near Street Car line and hlphway. If you arc Interested in good building lots at real Bargain Prices, see C B McCormlck. Poplar Grove, Phone Con- nellsvllle, 1204-J. or write Post Office Box 144 Connellsvlllc, Pi. 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 our own location, some near Mill Run Creek, others near the Reservoir Good hunting nnd lish- in*' territory Excellent concrete hlgh- \vu also electric light and telephone service -milublo Willing to sell these plots of one icre in size from S50 and up If Interested inquire J C. Ma it Mill Run or phone. Indian Head. 19-R-l IT IS ONLY necessary to toil people where real bargains are to be found and a crowd will soon be there Classified ads nre constantly pointing the way to ro.il value for hundreds of people who regularly look to them for guidance RKMEMBi.Il. Tho more you wy. the Quicker H pa) a. Auctions--Legals Notices. NOTICt OF PROPOSED BUDGET OF BLLLSKIN TOWNSHIP, FAYETTE COUNTY, PA. SUPERVISORS. THE PROPOSED ANNUAL BUDGET o£ Bullskln Township. Fayctte County, Pa Supervisors for scar 1938 aj required by Legislitlve Act No T6G, approved June 5, 1937, Is now In Uie hand!, of tho Secretary An taxpacr Interested may see same at home of Jimcs N Means, R. D. 2. Con- rcllsvillc. Pa Board of Bullskln Township Supervisors. W F Coughcnour. President. fcb-Z-S. Washington Appears A! Duke Gym Thursday To Oppose Pirates PITTSBURGH, Feb. 2.--The Pittsburgh Panics arc meeting another great professional oaskctbali team here, Thursa iv night at the Du- qucbne sjnimsium when they tackle the Washington, D C, quintet, outstanding club m the American League, the pro loop of the cast. Tho game here on Thursday night is an exhibition game. The Pirate* recently played the Washington teim in the cast and dropped a close one by the score of 39-35. Washington has a very colorful outfit with Mily Schonfcld, smallest placr m pro basketball and 1 former Geoige Washington University star, Whitey Wilson, who formerly played at Pitt and who was noted, for his run-in uith a local referee; after an important Rime, Ben Gold- foddcn, another ex-star from George Washington U., E\crett Russell, fastest man in the Eastern League, Ralph Eonnie, former star with Buffalo and Otto Zahn, fastest dribbler m the Eastern league and a former luminary at George Washington Uni- veisity Frank Sajlor Succumbs. SOMERSET, Fcb, 2--Frank Sa- loi. 69, died Satuid.iy at the home of his, sister. Mis William Lnffertj, Somcisct, R. D. 1. He leaves * sister and three brothers. "

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