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\ ·PAGE BIGHT THE DAH.Y COURIER, CONNRI,T,SVTL,L73. PA. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3,193S. . Courier Classified Advertisements /For Quick Results -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. 1 and 2 Times: Per line, Oc cash: lOc charge. S Ads to Be Run 3 Times: Per line. 7o cash; So charge. 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--Your Ad Inserted "7" Times for the Price of Six!--Special No Ad."ls Taken For Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Card of Thanks Automotive Autos, Accessories, Tires, Parts 13 MSWONGER--We take this mean* ol thanking our many friend 1 ; and nclfih- · bors for the kindncsi and sympathy extended us during our recent sad bc- . rcavcment. tho death of our husband ; and. lather. Mr. Chas. Nis\vonger. Especially do \vo wl^h to thank the ministers. Rev. E G. Sawyer and Rev. · Ira R. ' Foulk. the, pallbearers, the - Mnfiers, the Missionary Circle, -those who sent the beautiful flowers, those who so Jdndly furnished cars_ and all - who assisted us" in' "any \va r . Mrs Chas. Niiwonfier and family. Employment Help Wanted--Female ALL CAR CHAINS Vi OFFI ALL CAR HEATKRS A . OFF1 ,' STORAGE BATTERIES (EXCI1.) $3.39! MOTOR OIL. 2 GALLONS ALCOHOL. PER GALLON URAKE LINING. FT LINED CRAKE SHOES TUHN SIGNALS .. AMBER LENS MARKER LIGHTS REFLEX REFLECTORS LOWEST PRICES--INSPECTION NEEDS! ' GOLDE TIHE Jtt RADIO COMPANY. 1 110 EAST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 10. ' Merchandise Wanted--To Buy 66 WANTED--Girls over 21 yenn, old. Free TWO L. C. SMITH TYPEWRITERS--At to travel for Magazine Club Enclose reasonable price Write Box 23. cars photo uhcn available. Write Box 80. care Courier. ' Courier, stating condition of machine, price, t id style number. WANTED--Experienced cirl for Kencral housework. Small family. Write Box C5, care Courier. 33 Uclp Wanted--Blalc Flowers and -Alourmng Goods 4 BASKETS- SPRAYS AT REASONABLE PRICES1 P R. DcMUTH i SONS C'VILLE--50 SCOTTDALE--8J» Funeral Directors " ! Business Service RAWLEIGH ROUTE--Now open. Heal opportunity for man who wants permanent, profitable work. Sales way up this year. Start promptly. Write Hav-leigh's. Dcpt. PXB-107-K, Chester. Pa. Business Service Offered 18 FUIiERAL DIRECTOR WILLIAM A. McNANAMY AMBULANCE SERVICE : 345 N. GALLATIN AVE. UNIONTOWN. · PHONE 373. CHAPEL SERVICE. -SIBEL FUNERAL HOME-- i« Last Word fn Funeral Scrvic*." CALL. CON NELLS VILLE 150. ' . SI OILS--And makes minor adjustments 1 on any sc\\inK machine In your home Parts extra. Phone 830. Troutnutn'c. UPHOLSTERING. AWNINGS -- FURNITURE REPAIRING QUALITY WORK. Call FISHER Phono OG4S. Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KIND EXCEPT LIFE. FAYETTK REALTY CO. PHONE 1375 T. D. GARDNER. MGR. WANTED--Strong boy about 18 years old. Ilik'h School graduate, to work in wholesale house. Good opportunity for advancement. About 512 per wctK to start. Write Box 12. care of Courier. Financial Need Money . Personals MAN!--Get vigor at once! New Ostrcx Tonic Tablets contain raw ostcr invigorators and other stimulants. One dose peps up organs, .glands, blood. Regular price SI. ' Special. price KJc. Call, write Union Drug Co. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE--AH kinds, i '. Sec me for rates James R Launhltn, i Insurance 3tt First National Bank · ! Building Phone S=t Moving. Trucking, Storage 25 Get a "PERSONAL" LOAN to Clean up Xmat Bills Or Oilier Old Debts! Consolidate ALL Jour bills with our !'ERSONAL-i7cd « e r v 1 c e . Smnll Monthly repayments Come in NOW! LOANS up to $300--ALL PLANS. PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY. Over McCror'* Store. Thonf 34. WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE Strayed. Lost, Found 10 'LOST OR STRAYED--English Setter, female. ?25.00 reward for any information or return. R. .T Ltningcr, Springfield Pike. Phone 4118-R-3. | DULL'S TRANSFER STORAGE. . Local and long distance moving Every | load Insured Modern xtoragc for house- j ' hold good5 We do crating for shipment by rail. Phone 50 122 Eait Peach street. ' Livestock CASH IS WHAT WE PAY- SUING IN ALL YOUR LARGE CLEAN WHITE RAGS TO TUB DAILY COURFEH OFFICE TO- DAY AND WE WILL PAY YOU "Sc" PER POUNI. WHY NOT LOOK AROUND AND MAKE YOUHSELl SOME SPENDING MONEYJ7? Rooms and Board Rooms for Housckcenlnc 69 KOH KENT--TV.U furnished rooms for lij'ht housekeeping or bedrooms. 5C7 Newmyer avenue. Wanted--Koomx or Board WANT TO HKNT--Tuo nr thrfc unfurnished room* for light housekeeping or i.m.*]l apartment. Write E. T. Care of Courier. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 ·O.-K." USED CARS NOW ON DISPLAY ON OUR USED CAR LOT WEST CRAWFORD AVE. NEXT TO WERT1IELMER MEN'S STORE. AND ALSO" INSIDE OUR GAIiAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREET. MASON MOTOR COMPANY, dpcn Evenings 'till 0 o'clock. Open Sundays till C o'clock. PISONE 105. Printing, Engraving, Binding 27 E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUR PRINTING WORKI Letter llcadsl--Bill Head*! Tor Rent Cards!--Kor Sale Cards! Calling Cards!--Hand Blllsl--Blndlngl No Trrapahsinc Signs For S^lol All Work Guaranteedl At Reasonable Rales! COURIER JOE DEPARTMENT. Horses, Cattle, Otlicr Slock -18 S FAIIM HOUSES--1 A s n M i I r r row. « ear old. 3 white Chester Pic-*. 5 jnonlhi old: 5 uhlto Pckin duckt. 2 ton ! ' hay. timothy, alfalfa Cnl! 4101-R-ll. { Apartments and Flat* Real Estate for Rent FOR SALK--Urood so*. W i l l throw « ilttrr M-irrh ICth S M Upton. Slaughter House L.me Merchandise i FOR ItK.VT--Apartment*. Inquire Smuu j Arx»r»it-nl HulMlni;. 715 C r a w f o r d I a v e n u r . Woit Side. I KOIt ItKNT-- Apartmrnt. live rooms, t.lrable location Phone 214JI. Articles for Sale 51 Farim and Land for Kent 76 FOR SAIJ-:--1 pair Da Ion ctmiputlnK I icali's C S Khultr. II I) r. Con- ncIUMlle. Pa. I'honc ·HOO-R-13 Iluildlngn. liuildln; Materials 53 SEE OUR USED CARS NOW ON DISPLAY ON OUR USED CAR LOT AND'-ON OUR SECOND FLOOR WEST SIDE MOTOR CO. W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE -«rt.' ' LATE MODEL USED CARS! HETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO. SCOTTDALE. PENNA. PHONE 407. GOOD WILL USED CAK3. BENNETT MOTOR SALES. 25S C. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234 LATE MODEL USED CARS E. E VAN SCOY. INC. 259 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243. PHONE C5. COURIER BLOC WK CAHHY--A compl'-t'- line of Urn' for i ittl purpose*. Stwtr A. Work. J'Jtonc OR PHONE RESIDENCE. 91. | 1700 rOH RLNT--31 acres on p*\rf] ro*d. clo*' Cimnrl!%\ illr Ki\c room tiouvt c*"n f n t c t j bi'.rm"nL. electricity, v a r n air funv^c*-. \\al«r JarCc lurn. C irsf /run S25 r«i month Unit n JJrajt; Company. riiion*.o*An. Trltplionr 1W flow* for Kent T7 I · Professional Services 28 FOR SALB--LocuJt rxist- I. I Krcln- brook. K. D 1. Mt. I't^unt. Ta FOIt HF.NT--Flvr room l.on * Vlth ba'h. V.'«-st .S(ti«- 113 Inquire Robert Norrt* CORRECT FITTING TKUSSES-- EUltic I Hosiery and other surgical appliance* . A. A. Clarke. PH. C,. Druse!"- 323' North PUtibure street. Phono I!H. 1 Farm and Dairy i'rotfucl* 55 ' FOR f»:.VT--MX room m'Kfrrn hau^ j 1016 Sta'*.ure klicrt phone :X/7-K. Repairing: and Rcflnlshing Z'J · UPHOLSTERING--Repair*, factory method*. Awninrt. slip covers. Latest fabrics. IludolphX 131 E. FairMew Ave. Phone I817-J. THE CLOSER you stick to classified ads the closer your money will stick to you and tho farther it will go wncn you ;pcnd it THE CLASSIFIED SECTION offers n complete catalogue of the wants and oilers of the people of ConncllsviUo and vicinity. THERE ARE many things oblalnable throurh the Classincd Ads that It would bo dlfflcult to Kct in any other way. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS ,1--A young 21--A writing man implement 4--To jolly 22--Contrive 7--An omnibus 24--I'ast 10--A molding 26--Flutter with an S- slmpcd profile 12--Nodding 33--A sewer 15--Perish 1»--A pismire 1"--Pig pen J8--A blacksmith (Irish) 19--For fear that 29--Turkish magistrate 30--Help 32--Noise 33--Go astray 34--Ease 36--Born again 37--Instigate 38--Affirmative reply J39--Letter S 4'cC-ConJuncUon church 29--Ethereal 23--Point about 30--Measure of which a land body re- 31--Decimeter volvcs (abbr.) 24--Harmonize 35--A provincial 25--Arrays department 27--Bedeck in China 28--Sixth sign of the zodiac Answer to previous puzzle DOWN i--locality "3--Coalition S--Ago (archaic) 3--Dinta 5--Ceremonial admissions to societies 6--Obligation 9--To worry (coUoq.) 11--Diminutive of Edward 14--Pronoun 20--A number 21--A long bench in a MR FARMER IIERES MONEY IN YOUIl POCKET! Why not run · smiiM lnrxp«nMv« ClaszUkd Ad In our Clarified Soctlon which will find · market /or your farm product*, jour Ino slock, your (arm mpment.t. and household Roods? You will flnd many people »*ho want to buy tho many thine:- you have for salcl The Dally Courier hns A large rural circulation v.hlch Tnakci It the popular choice nmonK tho farmers and nuurca you that our mrsEace will reach the people Mho nro In tho maikct for your products You Will Find: Our ratei In th« ·bovo Classified headlnc. AU Classified Ads are payable In Real Estate for Safe ttrokcm In Heal K.iUle FucJ, Feed, FcrtilJzem SG r -- - . Conncllavillo coklnc, lump nnd run of mine PJttshurRh Champ- Ion nut coal nnd Inrfic lump Coke, oil sizes. Stone ft Work. Phone 1700. SOMETHING TOR NOTHING' NO--Hut more for our Itral )t«;i- Dollar than you \\tll r\«r c^t *raln. BUY NOW rirmi u * *I:IMKR W U M R I t A/lCADE. rou S\LK on KKNTI T. C I'JIAUN SO. CONNEL1.SVIL.LK. IV PJION*K 013 Houses for Sale 84 DKST QUALITY -- 0-Kt, cohinK co»l. moderately priced. Immediate delivery. Gerald Schomcr. Phone 1901. IK YOU ILAVE A STOKER--Try a load of our specially prepared Mokcr coal. Stone Sc Work. Phone 1700. HUN OK MINE COAl--lOc and I3c; screened, nut or lump. He. Cabh. Phone I54J-M or Dunbur 2281. CUSTOM COAL--lOc. 12c und 13c delivered. George W. Kern. ConncUsvillo. Phono 4121-11-11. GENUINE WASHINGTON RUN COAL-Wm. Dull A Son. Phono C'viUc, 107: Scottdalc. S02; Dawson. 4037. REAL DUYS IN HEAL ESTATE! SPIUNGI-1KLD P1KK--Scrvlc* Stntlon nnd Lunch Koom MURPHY AVENUE-- Small (our room bull time nnd four lots, VINE STilBKT--TV.O. clRht room hou'.cs and one, six room houic, LOGAN'S CROSSING--Kour room houBc. 25 acrc^ of Rood farm land. McCOY HOLLOW ROAD -- Six room house nnd six acres of land. COTTAGE AVENUE--Fivo room house nnd six room hoiibc. SOUTH CONNELLSVILIX -- Six room house. SYCAMORE STREET--Six room houj»c. WM. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 17GO. A REAL BUY! RLACKSTONE UOAD. 71Q-718 WEST SIDE--Twelve room double house with bath nnd heater, nil modern Thib COAIv--9 It. black, run of mine coal, 7c property must be sold at once to settle bushel «it bin, lOc delivered. Cash. Joe ! estate Immediate possession. Price Obweisfr, Oawbon, Phone 4036. \ reduced to J1.SOO. COAL-- Good black lumpy run of mine. I PAUL WAGONER :0c bushci. delivered. CaiJi. Koballa jooa W CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 148 Bros. Phone 2037. COAL--9e. lOc, I Ic, J2c, per bushel. Screened co^l 13c. PJionc 4105-K-Z. Household Goods 59 STORE WIDE REDUCTIONSI ON ALL, FURNITURE. RUGS AND STOVES COME INI SEE! AND SAVEl LARCK TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES. MIIHVIS FURNITURE COMPANY. NORTH PITTSCURG ST PUONE 2020. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD IfEREl FOR SALE? ALL KINDS OF--Used furniture Including coal, gas nnd combination ranges nnd ben tors Also some good pianos at bargain prices. DULL'S STORAGE 122 EAST PEACH ST. PHONE 50. YOU TELL US your details and well write your ad. Phone 12 or 13 (or an ad-taker ECONOMY OF TIME, money and clTort results from CtasiliictJ reading HKMEMBER. Tho more ou quicker it pay*. the FOR SALE--Three hou.scs. one house with extra lot. Owner willing to icll immediately for the price of one house, lo settle Estate. AH arc rented at present. WrJtc C. J. L-. care of Courier. FOR SALE--Double house, five roonib t'ach side, b.ithi. ami furnnce, Soutjj 4th .street. West faide. $1,800. Robert Morris. Phone 505. IT IS ONT.Y necessary to tell people where real bargains ore to be found and a crowd \«. ill soon bo there Classliied ads arc constantly pointing the way to real value for hundreds of people who regularly look to them lor guidance. WHENEVER you. have D real need to All the Classified Section will help you to All It quickly, as easily and in- f vnf n*;lut*tv YOUR MONEY REFUNDED If you get the desired results before your ad expires Why not advertise that extra dresser? AS LONG AS you have the Classified Section, ou needn't waft lonfl to obtain am'thinn you need--It Is cai,y to cot LED BRUCE: eOPYHIOMT ny IXO imUCf.t Rl LEASED BY CENTRAL PBE5S ASSOCIATION Tins Mrs. Mary Thuruton, middle-need wife of a retirotl Kngltnh physician, la found murdered In bed during a weekend party /it tij Tlwraton homo near ).iondon. Thoae In the IIOIIMC when Mrs. Thurston retired rvro her husband; Townscnd, the author; Will lama, the family lawyer. Strickland, n sportsman, and the servant*. They flntl her a few ·oconds after Uircc piercing acroama had penetrated the house. No ono clao la found in the bedroom. Tho uoor wns bolted from the tnstdo nnd tho only open window rcvcntcd a 20-toot drop ty the cround. Uclow the bedroom window, Townncnd flnd« thft murder weapon, ft bloods tallied Chtncno knife, tnkcn from tho Thurston hallway. Shortly nltcrwarda, Mr. Rider, tho vicar, a dinner Rueit that evening. Us found prayliJK beside Mrs. Thuraton'a body. Lord bimon, brlltlant investlB.i- tor, nrrivcn at tho Tlmrston homo next morninc. In a Htoraco room water-tank, I^ord Simon finds n \nr\K rope, tnken from the gymnasium, Tho author finds tlint M. Picon, nnothcr famouw crlm- Jnolofflst, has arrived on tho murder CHAPTER 11 PERSONALLY I could see nothing unusual in the chauffeur's tattooed arm, fact they seemed to ibc the conventional markings. iThcrc wore two hearts entwined 'and pierced by an arrow. There [was a Union Jack. And there waa an Irregular pattern of stars. j "Anything wrong?" naked Fel- .lowes, quite good-humoredly, as |hc waited patiently for Picon to finish. ' "Voyons. Voyons" said M. (Picon, and we 'left Fellowes to continue his work. As we were walking back to the house, a detail recurred to me which had hitherto escaped my memory. "Monsieur Picon," I said, "you isay that you already know every- 'thlng that I could tell you. You jire mistaken. I have Juat remembered a Octnil which I have mentioned to nobody." "Indeed, mon am/? And what la that so important detail?** "Well, of course it may hnvc nothing to do with the crime. But I think it ought to be known, jjow. Yesterday evening, when I '.had dressed before dinner, someone came out of Mrs. Thurstoa's troora. A man." "Yes?" "Do you Uiink it may bo 1m- jortnnt?. Because unless It helps your Investigation, I do not wfjsh to mention his name." "Anything may help." "Very well. I'll tell yon. It was David Strickland. When he saw me he tried to get back into the room, but It was loo late," "Indeed ? Voital Strickland, the young man in the room next to Madame Thurston? The young man of the gambling, no?" I nodded. "Then we go and make a little visit to the room of Mr. Strickland. Allans^" "You con. m'nicur. You ure «j investigator. But I shan't go and pofce about In someone clue's room.** "A-? you will," mild M. Picon. So 1 found rnyjclf once again at.-vnding where I hud b«»cn In those ugly moment* on tho previous DiRht, w h i l e tho small delect!ve ·w-cnt Into Strickland's room. I \^'oadtTvd where the occupant wan. An we had pawed the lounge I had heart! voices, A.nJ Kimsycl that W'illiiun*, Non-Us and Strickland hnd gathered there. Dr. Thur- atoa had not appeared today, and we understood from Stall that he intended! to stay in bis room tin- low he was urgently wanted, I was g!ml of that. It seemed to me that ihe bizarre form of treasure bunt which was going on In the house would bring IIUIc i:nougb comfort to a bereaved man. Stnll told us Umt his no aster n ad thought of c\ oryone, and sent doun instructions that we were to nsk for everything we wanted, and apologies that we should be kept here against our wishes. It was typical of him that he did not for- "Ah, tho good Bocut! la It permitted to look about?" get his manners as host even in tho stress of those days. I soon grew impatient. I did not like standing where the broken panels of that door raced mo. I wanted to get downstairs to the others. But It seemed a long time before tho diminutive detective reappeared, and when he did so, he did not emerge wholly from the door, but holding it ajar with his foot, colled me over to him. I was startled to see that in his hand was a diamond pendant. "Vitc!" he whispered inevitably. Look! You know this, is It not?" "Yes," I said. "It was Mrs. Thurston's." "B/en. Wait," he whispered, and again disappeared into the room. When he came out he was calmer. "What does this mean?" I asked. "It means that a diamond pendant which belonged to the dead lady l.i In the suitcase of Mr. David Strickland." "That proves he is the murderer, then?" I asked quickly. "Not mich hurry, mon ami," he returned, brushing n speck of dust from the lapel of my jacket. "It miiy prove Just the contrary. I say it may. Aud now for the chauffeur's bedroom." The places chosen for visits by these remarkable investigators had ceased to produce in me any emotion of surprise. So that once again--though I was tired and hungry--I climbed tho upper .itajrcase. ind indlcatcu to Picon the door of Fcllowcs' room. I had always admired this little man. and. It wa_s exciting to watch his jumpy enthusiasm. But I was aitonl-thcd nt th* interest he had already shown in Fellowcs. I could not believe that the frank- Jookinf- chauffeur had anything to conceal beyond a local love affair dr two. But I respected Picon and his genius too much to put In any remarks to this effect. He had left the door of the room open, and I could sec him hopping from placo to place among the simple and well- ordered furniture. Everything in the room was scrupulously tidy, and the man's clothes had been folucd and put away. Picon seemed to and nothing to hold bis attention for some time, until, 01 n small table by the bedside, he saw » copy of the Dally Tclc- At first he glanced casually at this, but then something on the front page seemed to catch tils eye, and he began to look through the paper very carefully. At lost, when he hod reached 1 the back pages, he began to cry "Tiens!" and "Voiln!" and roakei other un-English sounds. "What is it?" I asked. He came across to me. *Tcuj see?" he said excitedly, and indi-1 cated some pencil markings in ono 1 of the advertisement columns. I bent down to examine these,' and found that they came undcrt the heading of "Licensed Prem-i Iscs, Hotels and Restaurants fort Sale." I knew better than to cx-I press any surprise, but I could 1 gather nothing from this. "There!" cried Picon, "the lit-' tic link. .En avantt Piece byi piece. Oh, It is not an ordinary- matter, this." "I'm glad you think that," Z said, for I had been disappointed at Lord Simon's bored descriptions of it as "another of these lockcd-room cases." "No, no. By no means. What is your so English expression?, The plot thickens, eh ? This paper is three weeks old I" And he danced back to replaco it. As we went downstairs I ventured to ask If he had a theory. "Not as you might say a tho- ory," he replied. "AH is dork. But see, what is that? A Httlo light! Slowly It grows stronger. And soon Papa Picon aces all. All'" ho added, and I hoped ho was right. At last we came to Mary Thur- aton'a bedroom, and found Sergeant Beef deep in on armchair by the window. "Ah, the good Boeuf!" cried Picon, with a Gallic flippancy/ which I did not altogether like In the presence of the dead. "On guard, eh? Is It permitted to, look about?" "You con 'avc a look round/*} said the Sergeant. "But nothink'si to be touched, sir." | "Bicn. And what for do you! wait so patiently, Sergeant?" ' "Me? Oh, I'm just waiting for the warrant to come through.; I've made my report." Picon could not help smiling. "Waiting for the warrant, eh ?! That Is good. You know, then, who is guilty? 1 * " 'Course I know. It's as plain. as the nose on your face." (To Be Continued) Real Estate for Safe I looses for Sato ICKRE IS THE HOME YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FORI CRQSSLAND tlOAO--Just one-half mile from the City Limits. Ten room house Includlni* three ncres of land and outbuilding, two b.ttiis. electricity, new steam furnace. Rnrano and laundry. Just recently remodeled nnd In the very best of condition. Price Is reasonable. Inquire. Wm. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1760. FOR SALE--Nice six room house with bath, extra deep lot. Good location, 200 East Pairvicw avenue. Robert Norris. Phone 505 Lots For Sale 85 SEVERAL NICE BUILDING LOTS I FOR SALK-- At Poplar Grove. C0xl40 ft. City water nnd HHV, telephone service, near Street Cur line mid highway. If you arc interested In good bulldinn lots at real Bargain Prices, sec C. B McCormick, Poplar Grove, Phone, Con- nellsvillc, 1204-J, or write Post OfUcc Box 144. Conncllsvlllc. Pa. Shore, mountain, Lake for Sale 86 WONDERFUL LOCATIONS FOR SUMAICK HOME! Mill lUin Section Overlooking Indian Creek Reservoir. WHY NOT BUILD--Your own summer cottaRe" 1 Pick out yout own location. !.cme near Mill Run Creek, others nc.ir the JUservoir. Good hunting and iKh Inp. tci ritory. Excellent concrete high' way. also, electric Unlit and telephone service available. Willing to sell these plots of one ncrc in size from $50 nnd up. If interested, inquire, J. C. May at Mill Run or phoni.-, Indian Head, 19-R-4. Auctions--Legafs Notices. 91 KXIXUTOHS' NOTICE. Notice Is hereby Klven that letters Testamentary on tlie Kitnte of Elizabeth Boyd, deceased, late of the Borouyh of Couth Conncllxvlllc. County of. Fayeltc and State ol Pennsylvania, have been ranted to the unclersl£ncd, to whom all crsons having claims or demands against said estate arc requested to make known the f^-une. anct all persons indebted to said estate, to make payment without dolay. William II. Boyd. 1325 Aetna Street. ConnclUville. Pa. Frank J. Boyd, 1215U Chestnut Street, Comiellsvillc. Pa. Executors Arthur A Broun, Attorney. 30-dcc.-0t-thurs. ADMINISTRATRIX' NOTICE. The Ebtnte of Jan Layo. alias Jan Loya. lute of Dunbnr Township, Fayettc County, Pa., deceased. Letters of Administration In the above estate having been granted to the under- blgncd. notice la hereby given to all persons indebted to the said decedent to mnke payment to the undersigned without dclny. and all persons having claims or demands agalnt said estate nre requested to make known the same. Barbara Layo. Administratrix. Box 1335. VanderbUt. Pa. Maxwell Lizza, Attorney. 30-dcc.-Gt-thurs. X 1 NO11CK. Ebtate of Jerome McCormick. Into of the city of Conncllsvillc, Faycttc County, Pennsylvania, deceased. Letters Meyersdale MEYERSDALE, Feb. 3.--Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Wenzel and their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Carleton Wenzel left Sunday by automobile for Florida, where they will tour for three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Max Rose, daughter, Tinkcy, and the former's mother, Mrs. W. H. Hose of Scottdale visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Plitt, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Porter of Cumberland spent several days visiting Mrs. Joseph Sperry. Mrs. Robert Steinlcy has returned to her home in Akron, Ohio, after a visit here with relatives and friends. Miss Marie Clapper, a student at Juninta College, Huntingdon, is enjoying a week's vacation at the home of her parent*, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Clapper. Mrs. George Caler has gone to Akron, Ohio, to visit her daughter, Mrs. Lucille Mankamyer. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. L. Dahl visited relatives in Cumberland, during the week. Mrs. Karl Bcatty of Salem, Ohio, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Wilson, during the week. Vincent Bcever and his nephew, Charles Somcberger, of Akron, Ohio, motored here Sunday and returning I Monday they were accompanied by Mrs. Beevcr, who for the past two notice Is hereby Klvcn to all persons Indebted to said «,tale to make Immediate payment, and to those having claims aRnlnst the bnme to present them, properly authenticated, for settlement. Ida M. McCormick. , 317 South Ninth Street. ( ConnclNvlllo. Pn. Executrix. J. Kirk: Rcnncr. Attorney. 30-dec.-Ct-thur5. SPKND I1AI.K ns much for twice as fmich hy shopping tliroii}:h Uiol Cl.l*il- ncd Auo I | IN WRITfNC a Classified A1 be sure to tell all the facts which you would j uant to know if you yourself wi.ro a prospective buyer WHEN YOU SHOP UirouKh the licci Section you buy from choice not from persuasion. ' AN AD A DAY kci-pj, hard U M H I nway i I i-t ua explain our yearly Cla^tikd irate. IN OOINC bunlncMi tne Classllk'd Way you are tn'lucnccd to buy nothing except your o w n needs and tho value of the Koods oirerctl Homy Mankamyer. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bittner of Berlin visited friends here Sunday. Misses Margaret Mallcry and Entropia McGingan were Cumberland visitors during the week. Mrs. Anna Brub.ikcr of Berlin is visiting her sister, Mrs. S. B. Philson. Mn». R. H. Philson and daughters, . Margnrct nnd Rebecca, were visitors to Cumberland. A C1.ASS1FIKD AU can llnd tile rich, kind of a Job for tho ituht klml 'of man or woman H K M K M K l ' K . "Ur -.pivltl olTvr. We \M1I run j m i r .ttl sown tinn-v [01 the price of -l.\ IN IH:AUN: i n n j u t i . cin v ^ni«-d AI* nntttln^ ! tt.rti.il. Doll. bucr aiid Mrs. Mary Lane Buried. The funeral for Mrs. Mary Lane of Everson was held Tuesday morn- inn with a prayer at the home Iol» lowed by requiem high mass at St; John's R. C. Church of Scottdale, Rev. P. J. Grancy, pastor, was celebrant. Pallbearers were Joseph Sois- ion. Harry Soit.ion, Jr., John Soisson, 1 Frank Ste\cn.s, Sam Stevens, Jr., and William Conroy. Interment was in Ihc church cemetery,

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