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PAGE FOURTEEN. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE. PA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4,103S. Courier Classified Advertisements For Quick Results -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Specia! Yearly Rates Upon Request. 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9o cash; lOc charge. ID Ads to Be Run. 3 Times: Per line. 7c cash; So charge. Ill 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. Phane 12 or 13 for an Ad-Talker. Special--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 Card of Thanks BA1SLEY--We wish to take this means of expressing our sincere appreciation and thanks to our many friends and relatives for their Jtindness and sympathy extended to us- during our recent -«ad berea\cment, the death of our dear wife and mother. We \\ish_to cspeel- ally^tnank our nurse. Mrs. -Cijra Bess Colbbrn for her constant and loving care of Mrs. Balslcy during, her long Illness, and Mrs. Maggie Smurr. \tho gave so much of her time In helping us to care lor Mrs. Ba!s!oy,,_c»ar.!cj H. Balsley. Mf«a Catherine A. Eolsley, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Balsley. Flowers and Mourning Goods 4 BASKETS ft SPAAYS AT REASONABLE PRICES! P. R. DcMUTH «t SONS CTVILLE--«3 SCOTTDALE--SJ4 Funeral Directors FUNERAL DIRECTOR WILLIAM A. McNANAMY AMBULANCE SERVICE 145 N, G~ALLATd AVE. UNIONTOWN, PHONE 37J. CHAPEL-SERVICE. --SIBEL"FUNERAL HOME-'. - lM Idst Word In Funeral Servlc*." CALX.. CONNELLSVILLE 1M. Automotive Automobiles lor Sale 11 Automotive Autos, Accessories, Tires, Paris 13 Personals MAN!--Get vigor at oncel New Ostrcx Tonic Tablets contain raw oyster in- vlgorators and other stimulants. One dose peps up organs, glands, blood. Regular price $1. £pec!ii price 6dc. Call, write Union Sruff Co. STOP I--LOOK '--READ!--i--BUY I WEEK END SPECIALS' NOTE THESE PRICES! 193! Ford V-8 Coupe ' 1932 ford Deluxe 4-door Sedan 1930 Ford Deluxe 4-door Sedan . .. $100 j 1B30 Ford Tudor Sedan $99 1932 Plymouth 4-door Sedan . ,, $150 1029 Chrysler Coupe ._ . $05 1829 Ford Tudor Sedan - JOS SEE THESE CARS TODAY I 1937 Oltfemoblie 4-door Deluxe Sedan with Trunk. 1937 Ford Coupe*:. Coaches And Sedan* In very good condition. 60 H. P. and 85 II. P. Motors. WE ALSO HAVE-- On hand. 50 other excellent Used cars that have been reconditioned nnd ready for the road, for your inspection. Sec them on our used car lot Juit opposite from our Karage nnd on the second floor of our garage. Very. Very Ea*y Terms Arranged] BE SURE AND SEE TOT NEW 3938 FORD V-8 to. L1KCOLN ZEPHYR, WEST SIDF. MOTOR COMPANY. AUTHORIZED FORD and LINCOLN DEALERS. WEST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 407. ALL CAR CHAINS i OFF1 ALL CAR HEATERS ,,. *i OFF! STORAGE BATTERY (EXCH.) W-19 MOTOR OIL. 2 GALLONS Idc ALCOHOL. PER GALLON Me FOG LIGHTS . PER PAIR. S415 B BATTERIES OSc MIDGET RADIOS $1255 UP LOWEST PRICES. AUTO PARTS, TIRES. RADIO TUBES It ACCESSOIXIF.S. COLDE TIRE RADIO COMPANY. 126 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 10. Strayed, Lost, Founfl 10 LOST OR STRAYED--English Setter, female. $2500 reward Jor any information or return. B. .T Lininger, Springfield Pike. Phone 4118-R-3. LOST--Sum of money. Rcuard. Box 5, care Courier. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 -O.-K." DEED CARS NOW 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. Opeo Evenings 'till 9 o'clock- Open Sundays till 6 o'clock. 103. LATE MODEL USED CARSI HETZEL-YOUNC MOTOR CO. SCOTTDALE. PENNA. PHONE 407 _ _ GOOD WILL USED CABS. BENNETT MOTOR SALES. ZS8 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234 Open Evenings 1 Open Sundays I THE CLOSER you ztlclc to classified ads the closer your money will stick to you and tho farther It will go when you cpcnd it. HERE'S WHAT YOU NEED! GOOD TRANSPORTATION--AT LOW COST I THE FOLLOWING AUTOMOBILES-- Arc all In good running condition and jttlll have many thousands of miles of service In them. If you are in the market for a real low priced car. set these today I 1938 Chevrolet Coupe In excellent shape. 1927 Chevrolet 4-door Sedan 1930 Chevrolet 4-door Sedan. 1929 Ford 4-ton Pickup Truck. 1929 Ford Tudor Sedan. 1!30 Ford Coupe 1030 Ford Sport Roadster. 1931 Ford Sport Ronditer. 1931 Ford Tudor Sedan, 1929 Oldsmobile 4-door Sedan. 1929 Oldsmobllc 2-door Sedan. You Name The Terms And Well Meet Them! E E VAN SCOY. INC. HUDSON and TERRAPLANE SALES i SERVICE 253 E CRAWFORD AVE PHONE J43. Optn Evenings!--Open Sundays! Business Service Business Service Ottered 18 1 OILS--And makes mtnor adjustments on any ccwtn; machine In your home. Parts extra. Phone 890 Troutman'*. UPHOLSTERING. AWNINGS -- FURNITURE REPAIRING. QUALITY WORK. Call FJSIIER. Phone 0645. Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KIND EXCEPT UFE FAYETTE REALTY CO PHONE 1375 T. D. GAKD.VER, MGR. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE--All kind*. See me for rates. James R. LAURhlln. Insurinc*. 309 nrst National B»n* Building. Phone 520. Movlnr, Trucking. Storare ZS BULL'S TRANSFER i STORAGE. Local and long distance moving Every load insured. Modem storage for household goods. We do crating for ihlpment by nil. Phon* SO. 121 Eait Pe»ch itrreL Prlnilnr, Erurravlnjc. Binding 27 Merchandise Fuel. Feed, Fertilizers 56 BEST QUALITY -- 9-Ft. coking coal, moderately priced. Immediate delivery. Gerald Schomcr. Phone 1991. RUN OF MINE COAL--IOC and 13c; screened, nut or lump, 14c. Cash. Phone 1M1-.M or Dunbar 2281. CUSTOM COAL--lOc. 12c and 13c delivered. George W. Kern. ConnelJavlHe. Phone 412I-R-11. IF YOU HAVE A STOKER--Try a load of our specially prepared utoker coal. Stone St Work. Phone- 1700. GENUINE WASHINGTON RUN COAL-Wm. Dull i Son. Phone C'vlllt, 107: Dawson, K81 or 3631. COAL--9 ft black, run of mine coal, bmhcl at bin. IOC delivered. Cash. Joe Qb\teiscr. D»wson. Phone 4036, COAL--Good block lumpy run of mine, ICe bushel, delivered. Cash. Kob«ll» Uros Phone 2037. COAL--Oc. lOc, lie. Screened coal 13c. 12c. per bushel, Phone 4IOJ-R-5. Household Goods 59 STORE WIDE REDUCTIONS 1 ON ALL FURNITURE. HUGS AND STOVES. COME INI SEE! AND SAVE LARGE TBAOE-IN ALLOWANCES. MEUVIS FURNITURE COMPANY. NORTH PITTSnURG ST. MIONE 1020 YOUR CKEDIT IS GOOD 1IKKE1 FOR SALE! ALL KINDS OF--Used furniture Inelud Ing coal, gu and combination range-i ftnd heaters. Also som« good plxnos · bargain price*DULL'S STORAGE. 112 EAST PKAC1I ST. P1IONT M THE CLASSIFIED SECTION oners a complete catalogue of the wants and offers of the people of ConneUtvlUo and vicinity. YOU TELL US your details and we'll writo your ad. Phone 12 or 13 for an ad-taker. IT IS ONLV necessary to tell people vhero real bargains are to be found and a crowd will soon be there. ClassUJed ads arc constantly pointing the way to real value for hundreds of people who regularly look to them for guidance. THERE ARE many things obtainable through the Clffslfled Ads that it would bo difficult to get In any other way. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 22 - IS 30. 23- /8 9 - 29 25 --ACROSS -- ~ _· many " geonce for ~ 24^--Mark left by 15--A person to 23--Luster whom an as- 24--A healing 8--Quote 8--Tronoun 9--A dull Srayish- brown - 10-WheUier 12--Inverted a healing injury 26--A brass wind instrument 27--Proportion 28--Unnatural 14--A sauce for 28--Greek letter meat corrcspond- 16--Pliant ing to N 17--A stocking 30--S-shapcd 18--Across worm Jt--Solicit 31--1 have (con- SO--To arise tracted) 22--The symbol 33--Rests for Tom- 34--A detective signmcnt is given 18--Belonging to us 19--Prophets 21--Bodily anguish 22--Small cash ointment 25--Not smooth 26--A large, formal dance 27--A wading bird 32--Symbol for europium Answer to previous puzzle 1--Dismount 2--What? 8--Pluck 4--rA county, Ontario, Canada. E--Discoverer cf radium DOWN 6--Teach 7--FlnUhcd 0--To «eck 'laboriously in books for information 11--From 13--Expression of inquiry E S T I M A T E S GLADLY CrVZN ON YOUR PRINTING WORK I Heads!-- Dill Hiwbl Tor Rent Cardj!-- ror S»lo Cardi! Olllnr Curdit-- Hand mini-- Blndlnsl No Trrspaninc Stem for Sal«t All Work Cu.rant**x3l At counrrn JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE «. COURIER BLOC. OH PHONE RCSIDE-VCT. n. Machinery »nd Tools ron SAU-- I Fordvm Tr»ctor. T. H. Krm. Normalvtllf. P« Wanted--To Buy TWO I* C. SMITH TYI'EWRITEKS-- A rraumabl* prfc«. Write Box SX car Courier. Blatlnff ecndiuon of machine, price, / n d »tyl« nutnbrr. ProfeMlonal Services CORRECT firn.N'C TJlUSSES--KjJtlc Iloalerr and other vurclcal appliance* A. A. Clarke. P1L C. DrunBUt. E3 North Pttuburx street .rtion* !£*. Kcpalrlne and RcdnLiWat 29 UPHOLSTERING--Krt»lr». factory m«-lh. od. Awmncs, "Up cover*. Latent fabrics. Rudolph'k. 131 E. /alrvtew Ave. Phono 1817-J. Financial Need Money O-B G«t * "PERSONAL" LOAN to Clean up Xmai Bill* Or Other Old Debt*! Consolidate ALL your bill* wtth our PERSONAL-lard » e r v 1 c «·. Smull Monthly repayments Com* in NOWf LOANS up to $300--ALL- PLANS. PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY. Over McCrory's Store. Phon«* M. WEST CKAWFOHD AVE.VC*E. Livestock Horse*, Cattle, Other Slock 48 2 FARM HOUSES-- I Aycrshirc cow, C years old; 3 white Chester PJtfs. 5 month* old; 5 white Pekln ducks; 2 ton hay. timothy, nlfalfa Call -noi-n-n. Merchandise Articles for Salo 51 CASH IS WJIAT WE PAY-- niUNG IN ALL. YOUK LARGE CLEAN Winrt RAGS TO THE DAILY counrcR orrtcz TO- DAY AND WZ WILL PAY YOU "5C"* PER POU.VD. WlfV NOT LOOK AROUS'D AND MAKE YOUnSKL» SOA« SPENDING MO KEY?7? Rooms and Board Wanted--Itoonw or Hoard WANT TO RENT--TV.O or three furnished rocmi for HRhi housekcepln or MT.A.I nprtrtmeni. Write E. T. Car of Courier. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats KOR JlKNT--Apartments. Inqutr** Smu Apnrtmcnt Building, 715 Craw, for avenue. West Side. FOH J1ENT--Throe room ap^rtrrrn private home. Ga*. electric, water an heat IurnKhi.d. Call 1Q12-H. Wanted--To Rent WANTED TO HENT-Klve or *lx roo; house In country near car line, Wri' X. care Courier. FOR SALK--I pair Dayton computing scales C, S. Shultz, R D. 2. Con- nellwille, Pn. Phone 4100-U-12. KOH SALE--Bicycle, in coocl condition. Inquire 711 North Pittsburg Btrcct, Bulldlnet. Building Materials 53 IK YOU ARE-- PatcMng that small break in the kitchen v,nn, or plastering every wall Jn the hoiir-e, we can furnish your needs. Stone Si Work. Phone 1700. Farm and Dairy Products 55 EbtR FARMER HERE'S MONEY IN YOUR POCKET! Why not run o small inexpensive Classified Ad In our Classified Section which will find o market (or your farm products, your live stock, your farm mplcmcnts. and household goods? You will find many people who want to buy the many things you have for salcl The Dally Courier has o large rural circulation which makes U the popular choice among the farmers nnd assures you that your mc«ffiai:c will tench the people who arc in the market for your products You WW Ftnd: Our rntcs In the obove Classified heading All Classified Ads are payable in Bdvanccl Real Estate tor Sale Brokers in Real Estate DON'T ?OnCET--You can own the horn you h a \ e been drcamin« about Com In nnd I will tell you how. Many fir home? In all section;, of the city, TMVTKR H. WEIMKR WKIMKR ARCADE PROPERTIES FOR S\LB OR RENT1 T. C. PHAL1N SO. CONNELLSVILLE. P/ PHONE 37 Farms and Land for Sale B FOR SALE--72 acre farm, elcht roor house. Inqulic Hurst Gallagher, Dav. son. Pa. Houses for Sato WHENEVER you have a real need to fill the Clavstficd Section Kill help you to fill it quickly, as easily and Inexpensively YOUR MONEY REtUNDED tf you get the desired results before j our «d expires Why not advertise that extra drcser? REAL BUYS IN REAL, ESTATE! SPRINGFIELD PIKE--Service Static and Lunch Room MUUPHY AVENUE--Small four roo bulletins nnd four lots VINE STREET--T\vo. eight room nous and one, siv room house, LOGAN'S CROSSING--Four room nous 25 acres of Rood farm IjnU McCOY HOLLOW ROAD -- Six roo houtc and six acres of land COTTAGE AVENUE--Fi\c room hou nnd six room house SOUTH CONNELLSV1LLI- -- Six rot house, SYCAMORE STREETT--Stx room house WM. R McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING PHONE 1"G C COPYRIGHT HY LCO BRUCXi HCITASEO BY COfntU. fKUS ASSOCIATION THIS Mra. Mary Thunston. middle-aged wiie of a retired English physlctftn. U found murdered In bed UurlnR a weekend Party at tho Thdrslon home near Ixinaon. Thoso In tho houao when Mrn. Thurston r«Ured aro her husband: Townaond, tho author: WjJHama, tbo family lawyer: Strickland, a sportsman. and th* scrrantg. They find her a taw eoconda fitter thrco plcrcins ecrcams had penetrated, the house. No one else Is found In the bedroom. Tho door wrw bolted from tho losldo and the only open window revealed n 2Ofoot drop to the ground. Below tho aectroom window. Townscnd nnda the murder weapon, a bloodstained Chinese knife* tnlccn from the ThursCon hallway. Shortly afterwards. Mr. Rider, the vicar, a dinner cuwrt that evenlne. la found praylne beside Mrx Thurslon's body. Lord Simon, brilliant InvcoUna- tor. arrives at tho Thuraton homo next morntnfr. In a storage room watcr*tanlt, IjOrtl Siroon rinds a long rope, taken from the gymnasium. Tho author finds that M. Picon, another famous crlm* Inologlst. has arrived on tho murder ncene. Ficon Is surprised, when Sergeant IJ"ei, tho loc.il constable, tells him ho knows the slayer. (NOW GO ON WITH THE STOIHO be CHAPTER 12 M. PICON turned to m« after Sergeant Beef said he knew who was guilty. "What Is your English expression? Ho la out for "blood, ch?" It was tbe Sergeant's turn to raille. That's Just about It/' " wild. Picon took aomo time to ex- nmlne the contents of that room. And tut he did so I thought that his examination was mado not because he expected to find evidence there, but because the znao woa by nature thorough, and would not nttncb himself to a theory until be hud mode sure ithat there waa nothing to contradict It, "And now, Mr. Townscnd, will .you oblige me a moment? Will you go down lo the lounge, turn on the radio, and return here?" I begun to obey rather unwillingly, wondering whaX Thurston and the real oC them would think of thft aound of rmiHlc In this houM. I mado A hasty explanation to Williams. Non-la and Strickland, who were In the lounge, and did tut Picon had asked. Thank yoo." he »Ud when I ro- turned. "And DOW the light growl ntroogcr.' Thinking that I understood whnt he meant, 1 lutld, "Vou need have no doubt About our hearing Mr*. ThursUQ scream. Monsieur Picon." "You bcArd U»(.r* ha oiked * lowly, -Of coarse I did." Then he said an extraordinary thing. "Do not bo too sure, xn'Bicur. Th4 human car hi a curious organ. Sometlmca It "*Wo must go to the gymnaMum.** wbnt ia not there to hear. And sometimes It falls to henx ·what !«." After that, which I Interpreted JU x piece of deliberate mystification, he loo hurried down to the ·vll Inge, probably in search of lunch. The gong sounded ror lunch, and when I reached the dining jroom I was not at all surprised lo find that w« had been joined by a small human pudding, who ·was introduced as Mocwignor Smith. When he had deposited n number of parcels and hung a :grccn parasol on the back of his choir, he beamed round on us, aad refused the soup. There seemed to be a general, and most understandable, desire to avoid the topic which occupied most of our private thoughts. But perhaps it was some subconscious reversion to his far-fetched ideas of yesterday evening which caused Sam Williams to spenk of .flying, and the progress of flight, gliding, and the making of midget airplanes. "Why, I've actually heard that an American has risen from the ground and moved through the nlr with wings," he sold, "and without shoring the fate of Icarus." The little cleric was staring out of the window through the thick l-nscs of his spectacles. "But there arc so miiny kinds of wings," ho murmured; "there arc the wings of airplanes and ot birds. There arc angels' wings, and"-his voice dropped--"there are devils' wings." Then he nibbled at a piece of bread which ho had been crumbling. Wo were allcnt at once. My acquaintance with all of this remarkable man that had been mode public, led me to look for something In bis words which would turn out to have some bearing on our problem. "But there Is flight without wings," be went on, "more terrible than flight with wings. The Zeppelins hod no wings lo lift them. A bullet has no wings. A skillfully thrown knife, Hashing through the air llko a drunken comet, is wingless, too." This was too pointed for AJ~ Morris, who began to talk hastily of motor cars. And because these hod little place in fgr. Smith's life, his work being done on foot and in places where motor cars were not welcome, he became silent again. Presently the talk was interrupted. Young Strickland made n sudden exclamation, and turned to Stall, tho butler. "Look!" he said. A spider bad fallen from the ceiling, or from the flowers, and was beginning to crawl across the table. The butler stepped forward, picked it up, and bore it to tho window in his fingers. The little round-faced priest beside mo was watching him absently. Suddenly be jumped op. Oh no!" bo cried. "No!" And his voice was plaintive, dl3 tressed, and at the some) lime startled. Ho ran Across to the window, threw It open, picked up the spider, and dropped it onto the flower bed. "Why, whatcver's the matter T" asked ICorris. "Didn't Stall JdU It?" Mgr. Smith paused before answering. Stall had left the room and closed the door. "I wish he had," moaned Mgr. Smith. "I only wish he had!" Wo exchanged glances. What could he mean? One would no have suspected him of a hatre for spiders, or for anything else for that mutter. He was too mild and benevolent to hate. Besides if it had been hatred for the insect which hod made him run across the room, why hadn't he crushed I t ? Why had he release it so carefully Into the garden? "Are you a nature lover, Mon signer Smith? Have you made a special study of the Aracbnldac?' "If you mean spiders," he said "I know only two things about them. And those are the things which everyone knows. They Hit flics. And they hang on threads." The rest of tho meal was rathe.r HtBcult, for childishly innocent net this man seemed, he had, as 1 *J- cody knew, a knack of saying the most disturbing things. I began Idly wondering as to what unanticipated place he would ask to be conducted when lunch was over, but oven so it was a surprise when he came up to me and asked if I could show him the vil- age church. I expostulated, of course. "Oo you think," I ventured to ask him, 'that wo ought to waste time examining an old building while this problem is to be solved? It still presents such difficulties . .." "Yet what can wo do with our difficulties better than take them the church?" he asked blandly, and we set out. In the churchyard we met the Vicar. Ho greeted me with his quick nervous smile, and I introduced Mgr. Smith. Tho two seemed to have much lo talk about, and I agreed to wait while tho Vicar showed my new acquaintance the beauties of the old building. I must have been sitting on tho low wall In toe pale^autumn sunshine ror 10 minutes, when Sfgr. Smith bundled out of the building, evidently under some, great stress. His clothes were slightly muddy, I noticed as h« came forward, and his thick boots dodged in and out rapidly. "He called it a washbasin," he cried; "there is not a moment la be lost. Don't you realize hs called it a washbasin?" I was getting so used to this sort of cryptic excttumcnt that I expressed no wonder, but strode beside the breathless little man toward tho Thurstons' bouse. "A washbasin," he murmured. "His very words." Suddenly Mgr. Smith, stopped in the center of the path. "Why!" he said quite loudly, turning his glasses towards me, "why, of course!" After a moment ho went on. "We must go to the gymnasium," ho said. "The gymnasium?" "Yes. At once. You say one rope has been found?" "Yes. The rope." "One of the ropes," he replied absently. "Arc there two, then?" I asked, feeling aa 'though I were Alice In Wonderland. "I'm afraid so. If there was only one, it would be better. It would bo much better. But I'm afraid there arc two. And yet-who can say? One rope makes a noose." (To Be Continued) Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale IffilU! IS THE HOME YOU HAVE BKEX LOOKING FORI CHOSSLAND ROAD--Just one-half mile from the City Limits. Ten room house InclJdlni: three acres of Inncl and outbuildings, two bitlis, electricity, niw steam furnace, carnRO and laundry. Just recently remodeled and In the very beu of condition. Price Is reasonable. Inquire. Wm. P. McKULTV. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE I7GO FOR SALE--Nice six room house \vllh bath, extra deep lot. Good location, 20S East Fairvlew avenue. Robert Norrii. Phone 505 A REAL BUY1 BLACKSTONE ROAD, 716-118 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 PAUL WAGONER 1003 W CRAWFORD AVE PHONE. 143. FOR SALE--Double house, live rooms each ildc. baths and furnace. South. 4th street. West Side, sl.800. Robert Norrts. Phone 505. Lois For Sale SEVERAL NICE BUILDING LOTS I FOR SALE--At Poplar Grove, 00x140 ft. Clly \vater and Kas, telephone service, near Street Car line and highway If you arc interested In good building lots at real BnrKaln Prices, sec C B. McCormick. Pop!«r Grove. Phone, Con- Dellsvillc. 1204-J, or write Post Oflicc Box 144. Connelliville. Pa. Real Estate for Safe Shore, Mountain, Lake for Sale 86 WONDERFUL LOCATIONS FOR SUMMER HOME! Mill Hun Section Overlooking Indian Creek Reservoir. WHY NOT BUILD--Your own summer coltnce? Pick out your own location, romo near Mill Run Creek, others near the Ileacrvolr. Good hunting and flsh- Injs territory. Excellent concrete hlRh- xvay. also, electric llslit nnd telephone service available. Willing to sell these plots of one acre in size from 550 and up. If Interested, Inquire, J. C, May at Mill Jlun or phone, Indian Head, ia-R-4. Auctions -I.egaJs Legal Notices. 91 AD.MI.VISTKATOK'S NOTICE. The Estate of Maria Kiliany, late oi Ever*on. Fayctto County. 'Pennsylvania, dcccnied. Letters of Administration In the above estate havinc. been granted to the underpinned, notice is hereby given to all person;, indebted to the said decedent to make pamcnt to the undersigned without delay, and all persons having claim:* or demands against tald estate are requested to make knoun the amo Andrew J. Kiliany, Administrator, 116 Pennsylvania Avenue, Evcrson. Pa. 31-dec.-6t-frt. ECONOMY OF TIME, money and effort results from Classified reading. IN DOING business the Classlllca Way you are Influenced to buy nothing except jour own needa and tho value of the goods offered. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. ESTATE OF C. H. KEMP. LATE OF Connellsville, Fayctte County, Pcnr.syi. vania, deceased. Letters of Administration l.l the above estate having; been granted to the undersigned, nonce Is heieby 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 are requested to make knoun the same. IIo\vard W. Kemp, Administrator. 221 North First street, Connellwillc, Pa. Ffifihee. Lcwelln Hlgbce, Attorneys. IN WRITING a Classified Ad be sure to tell all the facts which you would want to know tf you yourself wer« * prospective buyer. R E L I E F BANNED FOR NEWLYWEDS X I N WISCONSIN DODGEVILLE, Wis., Feb. 4.-Young couples who go from th« marriage license bureau to tho county welfare headquarters hereafter will get a cold eye and little more f:om the relief department. So will those who have been owning automobiles and living on relief. The committee voted last week lo give no iclicf to j'oung brides and grooms, nor to persons driving their own cars. It wasn't that the county suddenly hardened its heart, but recognizing that public relief became something of a permanent institution, the committee decided to remove, some o£ the frill*. The Wisconsin law makes little distinction about who shall receive relief, the only qualification being a need for it. Here in Iowa county, as in most other counties, this easy procedure simplified the problem o£ living for some cituens; the county having its full shore ot young men and women who cither were on relief when they were married or who. made their application for help as soon as they wed. Some counties took pride in this practice, and in Milwaukee county relief workers submitted reports telling how comfortable they had made tho new brides and bridegrooms. The difference here is that Iowa is a small, rural county and' the taxpayers can see personally that they arc beginning to acquire quite a few pel mancnt families and also that quite a few are driving up to iclicf stations in their own cars and setting aid. Carl Rowc, Dodgcvillc farmer and chairman of the relief committee, snid the county had no inclination to let any one so hungry, but it wart bad example to young men anc women to thrift ctnd indusliy to set their indigent neiRhbors solve then economic problems s,o easily.

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