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PACE SIX THE DAIL-T COURIER. pONNELLSVILLE, PA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5,193S. /· Courier Classified Advertisements For Quick Results -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. 1 and 2 Times: Per line. 9c cash; lOo charge. ID Ads to Be Rim 3 Times: Per line. 7c cash; So charge. Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c cash; 7c charge. These Rates Are Based On Consecutive Insertions, i There are'five (5) average words to each line. 'Cards of Thanks," 50c Flat Rate. Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-faker. ^Special--Your Ad Inserted "7" Times for the Price of Six!--Special -..'. - ~ " IMcTAd. Is -Taken For Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Card of Thanks RIVfeRS--We wish to take this means of expressing our sincere appreciation and thank* to our many kind neighbors. -.friends and relatives for the many .acts _of kindness and sympathy extended uj, "during our recent sad bereavement, the ~Mllness and death of our wife and mother. Adeline River-.. Especially do , ·we wish to thank Rev. E A. Schultz, l pastor of. the Unitcd_Brcthrcn_Church. the pallbearers. those_^_who sent the beautiful flowcn..~thVe who *o kindly _ donated-the use. ot their ar5_ind all those who assisted us in any way. The Family. - - Automotive * Automobiles for Sa!o 11 Flowers" and Mourninc Goods 4 BASKETS SPflAYS AT REASONABLE PRICES! _ _ P K'DcMUTH- SONS-_ CVILLE--S3 SCOTTDALE--834 Funeral Directors --SIBEL FUNERAL HOME-"The List Word In Funeral Service." CALL. CONNELLSVTLLE ISO - Strayed, Lost, Found 10 LOST OR STRAYED--English Seller. - female 525"00" reward for 1 "any information or-return.-R -,T Lininjcr. Springfield Pike. Phone 4H8-B-3 LOST--Sum of money. Reward. Box 5, care Courier. 'Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 HERES WHAT YOU NEED! GOOD TRANSPORTATION--AT LOW COST1 THE FOLLOWING AUTOMOBIUX-- ..Are all In good running condition and still have many thousands of miles of service In them. If you ' are in the market for a real low priced car. see these today] 1928 Chevrolet Coupe In excellent shape. 3927 Chevrolet 4-door Sedan, 1930 Chevrolet 4-door Sedan. 1929 Ford 4-ton Pickup Truck. 1929 Ford Tudor Sedan. 1930 Ford Coupe. 1930 Ford Sport Roadster. 1931 Ford Sport Roadster. 1931 Ford Tudor Sedan. 1929 Oldmobilo 4-door Sedan. 1929 Oldsmoblle 2-door Sedan. You Name The Terms And Well Meet Them I E. E VAN SCOY. INC. HUDSON and TERRAPLANE SALES SERVICE 159 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243. Open EveninKsI--Open Sundays! "O.-K." USED CARS NOW ON DISPLAY ON OUR USED CAB LOT WEST CaAWFORD AVE. NEXT TO WERTIIEIMER MEN'S STORE AND ALSO INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREET. MASON MOTOR COMPANY. Open Evenings- tilt 0 o'clock. Open Sundays 'till 6 o'clock. PHONE 105, LATE MODEL USED CARS! HETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO. SCOTTDALE. PENNA. PHONE 407 Automotive Autos, Accessories, Tires, Parts 13 STOP 1--LOOK '--READ I--i--BUY I WEEK END SPECIALS! NOTE THESE PRICES! 935 Ford V-8 Coupe $325 332 ^orcf Deluxe 4-door Sedan S125 920 Ford.Deluxe 4-door Sedan _ $100 Ford Tudor Sedan $99 '32 Plv mouth 4-door Sedan 5150 023 Cnrvsler Cowpe _ 595 929 Ford Tudor Sedan , $95 SEE THESE CARS TODAY! 1037 Oldsmobile 4-door Deluxe Sedan with Trunk 137 Ford Coupe 1 .. Coaches and Sedans In very good condition. 60 H. P and 85 II P. Motors VE ALSO HAVE-On hnnd. 50 other excellent Used car* that have been reconditioned and ready for the road, for jour inspection See them on our used car lot just opposite from our garace and on the second floor of our garage Very. Very Easy Terms ArranRcdl BE SURE AND SEE THE NEW IMS FORD V-8 LINCOLN ZEPirYR WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY. AUTHORIZED FORD and LINCOLN DEALERS WEST CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 407. ALL. CAR CHAINS U OFFI ALL CAR HEATERS U OFF! STORAGE BATTERY IEXCH.) $339 MOTOR OIL. 2 GALLONS 79c ALCOHOL. PER GALLON 50c FOG LIGHTS PER PAIR. $4.75 B BATTERIES »8c MIDGET RADIOS $1295 UP LOWEST PRICES AUTO TARTS. TIRES. RADIO TUBES ACCFSSORIES. GOLDE TIRE «t RADIO COMPANY. 126 E CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 10. Business Service Business Service Offered 18 $1 OILS--And makes minor adjustments on nny sewing machine In your home. Parts extra. Phono 890 Troutman't. UPHOLSTERING. AWNINGS -- FURNITURE REPAIRING QUALITY WORK. Call FISHER. Phono 9645. Open Evenings 1 Open Sunda}s1 LOOK! LOOK! LOOK' SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY1 SAVE YOURSELF MONEY THESE CARS MUST BE SOLD' ALL RECONDITIONED-And ready for the road Come in today and see for yourself Very easv term* can be arranged. Let ui show you how t Look These Overl 1929 Hupmoblle 4-door Sedan 1929 Pl mouth 4-door Sedan -... $ 45 JS20 PJjmoulh Coupo _ » 63 3-1929 Ford 4-door Sedan*, each -- s 5! 1929 Chevrolet 2-door Sedan . - * «5 1930 Ford Tudor Sedan . * 85 1931 Chevrolet 2-door Sedan . _ _ * 95 1931 Bulck Sport Coupe . $ 93 193X Buick 4-door Sedan 1125 1930 Ford Sport Roadster - - » 75 2-1530 PonUac 4-door Sedan*, each S 75 2-1933 Ford V-S Tudor Scdnnt. each 1225 1934 Ford V-B Tidor Sedan - S2JO 1933 Studebaker Coupo .... $715 Very Easy Terms Arranurd! BENNETT MOTOR SALES POOTIAC SALES t, SERVICE 257 I CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE. 1234 Insurance and Surely Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL. KIND EXCEPT LIFE. FAYETTE REALTY CO PHONE 137S T. D. GARDNER. MGR. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE--All kind.. Sec mo for rates. James R, Laughlln. Insurance. 309 First National Bank Building. Phone 520. Moving, Trucklne. Storage 25 DULL'S TRANSFER STORAGE. Local and long distance moving. Every load Insured Modern storage for house' hold goods. We do crating for shipment by rail. Phone 50 122 East Peach street. Printing. Ensravlne. Binding 27 E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUR PRINTING WORK1 Letter Headsl--Bill Headsl Tor Rent Card*!--For S*l« Cartsl Calling C«rdsl-I!and Blllsl-Blnaintl No Trespassing Signs For Sale I All Work Guaranteed 1 At Reasonable Ratesl COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE R5. COURlF.il DLDC OR PHONE RESIDENCE. M. Professional Servlce-i Merchandise Farm and Dairy Products 55 MR. FARMER 1IERES MONEY IN YOUR POCKET1 Why not run a small Inexpensive Classified Ad In our Classified Section which will find a market for your farm products, your live stock, your farm 'rnplcmonts, and household goods? You will find many people who want to buy the many things you have for salcl The Dally Courier has A large rural circulation which makes It the popular choice among tho farmers and assures you that your message will reach the people who are In the market for your products You Will Find: Our rates In th« abov Classified heading All Classified Ads or* payable tn advance! Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 56 BEST QUALITY -- 9-Ft. coking coal moderately priced Immediate delivery Gerald Schomer. Phone 1991. RUN OF MINE COAL--IOC and 13c, screened, nut or lump, 14c Cash Phone 1541-M or Dunbar 2281. CUSTOM COAL--IOC. lie anrt 13c de llvcrcd. George W. Kcm. Connellsvllic Phone 4121-n-ll. COAL--0-ft ConneUsvillo coking, lump and run of mine Pittsburgh Champton nut coal and large lump. Coke, al *lz«. Stone Work Phone 1700 GENUINE WASHINGTON RUN COAL-Wm. Dull i Son Phone C'vUle. 107 Dawson, 3261 or 3631. COAL--O ft. black, run of mine coal. 7c bushel at bin. lOc delivered. Cash. Obwelscr. Dawson Phone 4036 COAL--Good bliek lumpy run of mine lOe bushel, delivered Cash. Koballa Bros Phone 2037. COAL--nc lOc. lie, 12e. per bushe! Screened coj! We, Phone 4105-K-Z Household Goods CORRECT FITTING TKUSSES--ElssUc Hosiery ind other surgical appliance* A. A. Clarke. PH.C. Druggist S2J North P'tuburc street. Phone 194. Repairing and KcfinLihint 29 THE CLOSER you stick to classified ads the closer youi money will stick to you and the farthel It will go when you spend It. ECONOMY OF TIME, money nnd effort results irom Classified reading. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE _r_~:__ ACEOSS. · 1--Produces 24--Ferocious again 28--Post 11--Son ot Lot 30--Diving- bird 12--Author of 33--It Is (con"St. Joan" - tracted) 13--In case that 35--Turn to tho 15--Printer's - right measures 36--To clip 16--Comfort 38--Electrified 17--Scale of a particle tortoise 40--Egyptian 19--Infiamma- god tlon on the eyelid 20--A cereal grass 22--A crank (slang) 23--Any jewel 23--A horse 20--A layer 27--Fundamental 29--Drcga 31--Unfasten Answer to 32--A brick-baking oven 34--Injury on the skin 37--A cherished animal 3D--Diminutive of Anne 43--Lieutenant (abbr.) previous puzzle 81--A university officer DOWN 41--Useless 42--Spoken 44--Great bodies of land on the globe 2--Shortened form of Emma 3--Author of ·The Pit and the Pendulum" *--Butts 5--A difficulty 6--Employ 9--Scorch S--Lenient 8--Brush off 10--Discover 14--Measures of length UnlOLiTBRING-- Repairs, fuctory methods Awnlncs v'lp covers. Latest fabrics Rudolph's. Ml E Talrvlew Ave. Phone 1817-J. Employment Help Wanted--Female ADDRESS ENVELOPES HOME FOH US --Good pay. Experience unnecessary. Wonderful opportunity Everything Supplied Nationwide Distributor!. 401 Broadway. N. Y. Financial Need Money 4»-B Get a "PERSONAL" LOAN to Clean up Xmss Bills Or Other Old Debts' Consolidate ALL your bills with our PERSONAL-lied s e r v i c e . Small Monthly repayments. Come in NOWI LOANS up to *300--ALL PLANS. PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY. Over McCrory's Store Phone 34 WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE Livestock Does, Cats, Other Pets 47 RAISE CANARIES--We buy all you raise Complete breeding outfitj, SG Mus«o£'5 848 N. 12th. Philadelphia, Pa Horses, Cattle, Other Slock 48 HORSE SALE Thursday, Fob 10th, 1938 at 1 00 P. M Frlck Barn. Fairchince, Pa Terms' Cash. J C. Stuckslarcr. Auctioneer. C. P. Glenn, Clerk. 2 FARM HORSES--1 Aycr^hlrc cow, 0 years old: 3 white Chester PJgs, 5 months old. 5 white Pckln .ducks: 2 ton hay. timothy, alfalfa Call 4101-R-II. Poultry, ERRS and Supplies 49 BABY CHICKS--Plan now to fict your chicks All blood tested Leghorns from I? O P /locks Newliampshircs from Hubbnrd and Christy strands. Other breeds from high production flockfl "OUR PRICE IS J1IGI1T--WE HATCH 7UGHT--YOU START RIGHT --THEY GROW RIGHT This is the kind you buy at The Sunbeam Hatch- cry. BcalliUIlc. Pn , Route 40 Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 FOR SALE--I pair Daylon computing scales C S Shu!t7 R D 2 Con- nellsvllic. Pa Phone 4100-R-12 FOR SALE--Bicjcle. in Rood condition Inquire 711 North Pitwburg street. Buildings, Building Materials 53 IK YOU ARE--Repairing a ildc-walk. concreting a cellar floor, building a drivc-wa\. or doing concrete uork of any kind. CH!I us tor high qUdliU (.·· nient, -vine! and gravel Stone fi. Work. Phone 1700. FOR ALE1 -- FOR SALE! BARGAINS-- In all kinds of uvd turnl ture fnUudlnx uaihlne michlnr* At so flat top de^ks. adding machines am tpe writers HULL'S STORAGE 122 EAST PEACH STREET. I1IONE. 50 STORE WIDE JtEDUCTIONSI ON ALL KUKNITURK. flUGS AND STOVF-S. COME INI SET.I AND SAVE LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES. MKI1VIS FURNITURE COMPANY. NORTH riTTMiURC ST PHONE M20 YOUIt CREDIT IS GOOD HEREI .·Machinery and Tools roit hAlJC--1 Fordson Tr»ctor T. 11 Krrn, Nortrutlvtlle. Pa. Wanted--To Buy CASH IS WHAT WE PAY- BRING IN ALL YOUR LARGE CLEAN WHITE RAGS TO Tilt DAILY COURIER OFFICE TO- DAY AND WC WILL PAY YOU "5c" PER POUND WHY NOT LOOK AROUND AND MAKE YOURSKLJ SOME SPENDING .MONEY??? Rooms and Board Rooms for Housekeeping 6 FOR RENT--Two and one furnlshe rooms for light housekeeping 12 South Sixth Street Wanted--Rooms or Board WANT TO RENT--Two , or three un furnished rooms for light hou^ckoepin or small apartment. Write E. T. Car of Courier. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats FOR RENT--Down umn apartment, fjv rooms and hith Heat and water fur nlshcd Immediate possession 122 Sc PJtlsburBh St Phone 341 FOR RENT--Apartments Inquire Smut Apartment Building. 715 Cr.iwfor avenue. West Side Business Places for Rent FOR RENT--Service station. Good lo cation. State business experience an reference. Box 90. care Courier Real Estate for Sale Brokers In Real Estate DONT FORGET--You cm own t!io hom vou have been dreaming about Com in and I will tell you how Many hn homes in al] sections of the city, PKTER R WEIMFR WE1MER ARCADF PROPERTIES, tOR SMJO OR RENTI T C. PilALIN SO. CONNELLSVHXE, PA PHONE E7 COPYRICIfT BY LEO BRUCE. RCLCASCD RV CENTRAL PRtM ASSOCIATION RBAT THIS FIRST: | Tbreo famous detoctivcs. Lord Simon. U Picon and Monstenor Smith, arc investigating the murder of Mrs. Miiry Thurston, mlddlo-agcd wife o r * retired ILnglfsli phyniclan who has been found slain in bed during a week-end party nt the Thurston hono near London. Those in the house when Mrs. Tliuraton retired were her husband: Townsond. the author. Williams, the family lawyer. Strickland, a sportsman, anrt the servants Three plerc- tng screams preceded the discovery of the tragedy. Mrs Thurstoa'a (bedroom door was bolted from the insldo and the only open window revealed a. 20-foot drop to tho ground. In the Korclon below Townncnd round the murder weapon, a Chinese knife, taken from tho Thumton hallway. Mr. Rider, tho vicar, a dinner truest tho evening of tho murder left the Thurston homo shortly before tho staying occurred. Townscnd nnd Mgr. Smith are investigating tho Tnurston gymnasium. NOW GO ON WITH TUB STORY: CHAPTER 13 THE GYMNASIUM hud been built by Thurston's predecessor, on enthusiast for physical fitness. It stood beside the garage, a long white building. Since it was entirely modern in architecture, and made no attempt to ape* tbc crusted red brick of tbc house, it had been discreetly set out of sight of even tho bedroom dows. It was not used, nowadays, by tbo Thurstons themselves, or their friends. None of us wcro physical culturlsts. But strolling that way one morning during a previous visit, I had beard somo movement in tbo place, and bad looked in to ace Fcllowcs, tbo chauffeur, In a position on the parallel bars which would have been thought impossl hie to anyone but a contortionist. I hod asked him then whether the gymnasium was used nt alL ant he sold that Dr. Thurston allowed the local Boy Scout troop to gather there once or twice a week. He, Fcllowcs, did not like this scheme, because the boys made so much noise, and hod been known to run about, the grounds after- words. When Mgr. Smith and I cntcre it now it was very silent, and had that empty gloom which haunts schools and churches when no one In in them. One missed the crow that should have been in thai place. IJttle Mgr. Smith was gazing up to the root like an idle shepherd boy watching clouds. And I looked up to see nhat held his at tentlon. Two hooks, of the re enforced kind used for tho fixing of gymnasium apparatus, wcro In the crossbeam, but no rop« hung from them. "You're quite right," I said, "I remember now. There wcro two ropes. Tbo man who built the place, so I'cllowca told me, bad them nxed no that bo and hi friends could have races. Aju they're gone," Lying along U*e wall was a ladder. "Strange plnce to keep R lad der," i commented. But Mgr Smith did not wait to iu.uw realized afterwords that bo hac gathered at a glance that tlic lad der bad been brought In to enabl tho mau who h/td removed the ropes to get them down. It was be who led the way into the house, and up tb« stairs to the second floor--stairs which I was beginning to know too well. H bustled briskly into the apple room, and scarcely troubling t putl the black cloth from his arm be plunged his hand into the vrate tank. A moment later a sceon rope. similar In every respect t the nrat. lay dripping beside it o the floor. Then MRT. Smith snt himself plumply down on a wooden bcnc and said nothing for a long, long time. Dusk wus already begin nine to fall outside, but In th apple-room thcro was still Ugh enough for mo to oco his roun features, with a look of great an fearful wonder on ticm. Tbc su went down in crimson and yellow tc a voai battle between two jmlcs on the hills of Spain. And presently Mgr. Smith said: iavo you/ never thought what Ic things (men have invented for he killing I one of another? And o what uac they have put inven- ons already ovil, like gunpowder ;d gas? (But neither j/unpowdcr or gas, neither pistol nor poison, s as terrible as the [instrument ·hlcb this murderer chose." "I should have thought it was very, ordinary instrument,*' I cnturcd. "A knife." "You arc speaking of the weapon, only. I was thinking of lore than that." "You mean, be had an accom- lice?" "I mean he had seven." "Seven," I almost shouted, for this obscure suggestion startled me. "Seven devils," he said, and ockcd himself to and fro sadly. "But, Honsignor Smith," I said, what lo tho distinction between ho weapon and the instrument? lUrcly you are playing with fords?" "That Is too perilous a game for le to play. I would sooner amuc oys with a bomb which they .hink Is a ball, than confuse men with a word which they believe a warning. The Instrument may wield the weapon as the guillotine 'oppcd the blade." "But then--If you understand t all . . ." "But I don't!" cried Mgr. Smith. ·I know the weapon, and I think ; know the Instrument. But I lave yet to be sure- of the murderer." Tho apple-room was almost dark now, and I felt that it must be teatime. I stood up to sec whether t would move him. To jiy re- Icl Mgr. Smith rose too. "You are right," he sold, "there s evil In this room." He seemed to be no longer In a hurry, but thumped downstairs prosaically. As we came into the ounge to join the others I could lear him murmuring softly to ilmsclf, and half-turned to catch the words. "King Bruce, King Bruce," h« was whiipcring mystically. In a deep armchair beyond the circle round the tea table. Lore Simon Plinuoll was extended, with a cigar between his long Ingera and a book In his hand. Nice copy, this," he com mentcd: "it's tho Aldlno Plato I've never seen the 1C13 edition on vellum before. Aldus an tfusurua did It together, you now, and dedicated It to Leo X. He was so tickled that be renewed the privileges granted to Aldus by Alexander VI and Julius II. Your friend must be a bit of a collector?" "I believe he in." "Do a Mt myself," seOd Lord Simon. I thought this was modes when I remembered some of the aooks with which bis collection had been credited. "So I have heard. In the mean Jme I've got some news for you.' He continued to turn over the leaves of his book v. bile I told him of M. Picon's discovery of tb tattoo marks on Fcllowcs' fore arm, "IntercsUn'," be conceded, "bet not very helpful. We want t know who did the murder, no who thought of It," Rather disappointed, I tried him with the story of the Jewels i Strickland's bedroom, and. th marked newspaper on Fellowes table. But to both of these a nodded and said, "Very Ukel' Very likely." It was when I come to the sec ond rope which Mgr. Smith bad found that be Jumped to bis fee "Another rope?" ho sale ·That's awkward. That throw everything out. 7101083 ..." H paused. "Look here, Townsem ,vc me a hand, will you? I want J o take one of those ropes to tho I -ymnaslum." ' Though It meant yet another I 1mb to,the second story, I could ot very well refuse. Soon w'» ad dragged the thing across tho ardcn, and Lord Simon, dclleatc- polscd on tho ladder, had hung in its original place. He de- ccnded, and standing back to the oor, looked fixedly at it. "It's all right," be said, as we eft the gymnasium. "Quite all Ight I might have known it 'ould be." And he pulled gratc- ully at.bis cigar. Tho muffins were cold when wo ot back, but I knew better than o think food was important while icre was Investigation to boi one. Why, I have known people, after murders, to go whole days without eating. Tauraton still hod not appeared, ut I understood that he was to bo resent at tho inquiry that cve- ing. I was thankful that be had ept out of tho way all day. My tnowlcdge of these situations, athcrcd from somo study of bcm, taught me that we were all chavlng according to tbc very scat precedents, but I could not xelp feeling that a man who hod* list lost his wife might not see it hat way. I had learned that after a murder it is quite proper and onvcntionol for everyone tn tha louse to join the investigators in Ms entertaining gon.q of hide- and-seek which seemed wholly to- absorb uo. It was not extraordinary for there to bo three total Grangers questioning the servants, or for tbo police to bo rcated with smiling- patronage, or or tho corpse to bo pulled about y anyone who was curious to enow* how it had become a corpse. But when I thought of the man to whom the tragedy would be somc- hlng moro than an entrancing iroblem for talented InvestJga- ors, X really wondered how these* queer customs had arisen. All three of our distinguished: visitors, I noticed, kept very much, .o himself, or at least remained.' at somo distance from his rtvala. Simon, having satisfied himself that the rope was, as he put t, all right, had settled down again to his Aldine Plato. Mgr. Smith was discussing medieval art with Alec Norris, and M. Picon, after rearranging the cups which iad been laid haphazardly on the-' tea table, sat Isolated near the fire. The time hod come, I thought, for stock-taking. The three great investigators, not to mention the police sergeant, had all begun to form theories, and since X had as much evidence in my bands as they had, I did not see why I should not do the same. However they might differ in ±0 details of their research, they had all been interested In the rope, or two ropes, which had been discovered. Yet I could not see how :hosc ropes could havo been used. What made them impossible was Jjat we had been so prompt; so very prompt, in breaking down., ibat door. If tho murderer had escaped by climbing a rope he- would have murdered Mary Thurston, crossed to tho window, climbed out onto tho sill, closed tho window after him, climbed th« ropo and drawn it up aftor him, all during thc\fcw moments It had taken us to run upstairs and break down the door, for certainly rope against that window would, have been visible, and probaMy it would havo swung against it noisily. But even If neither was tho case I could not believe that' tbo rope could have been drawn up before Sam Williams crossed to the window to look out of K- And then, even suppose toot It could have been, who was thezo in the house who coulc. have done It? (To Bo Continued) Real Estate for Sale Firms and Land for Sale 83 FOR SALE--72 acre farm, elKht room hotiM? Inquire lturt Gallagher. Dawson. Ps. Houses for Sale FOR SALEM! SIX ROOM HOUSE--One-half «Cre lot at Vandcrbllt. ^ planted In bearing fruit trees and gr.ipct for Sl.OOO $300 down, balance HO monthly. E F. DeWITT SCOTTDALE. PENNA PHONE. 43. A REAL BUYI BLACKSTONE ROAD. 718-718 WEST SIDE--Twelve room doublo house with bath and heater, all modern. This property must b« sold at onco to settle estate. Immediate possession. Price reduced to $1.500. PAUL WACO.VER 1000 W CRAWFORD AVE PHONE. 148 FOR SALE--Doublo house, five rooms each side, baths and furnace. South 4th street. Wej,t Side $1,800. Robert Norris Phone 505. HERE IS THE HOME YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FORI CROSSLAND ROAD^Just one-half mile from the City Limits. Ten room house Including three acres of land and out- buildlnfrs, two baths, electricity, new Btcam furnace, garage and laundry. Just recently remodeled and in the very best of condition Prlco is reasonable. Inquire. Wm P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1700 IN DOING buslncu trie Classified Way you ore influenced to buy nothing except vour own needs and tilt valuo of the Roods offered YOUR MONEY ItEr UNDED If you get tho desired results before v o u r ad expires. Why not advcrUse that extri dresser? IP YOU DONT see what ou want In this section, advertise for It. Phone. 12 or 13 for an ad-taker. Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale FOR SALE--Nice six room house with bath, extra deep lot. Good location. 208 East Fatrview avenue Robert Norris. Phone 505. REAL BUYS IN REAL ESTATEI SPRiNCHELD PIKE--Service Station and Lunch Room. MURPHY AVENUE--Small four room building and four lots VINE STREET--Two, eight room houses and one, six room hou^c. LOGAN'S CROSSING--Four room house, 25 acres of good farm land. McCOY HOLLOW ROAD -- Six room houso and six acres ot land. COTTAGE AVENUE--Five room house and six room house. SOUTH CONNELLSVILLE -- Six room house. SYCAMORE STREET--Six room house. WM. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1760 Lots For Sale 85 SEVERAL NICE BUILDING LOTil FOR SALE--At Poplar Grove. 80x140 ft Citv water and ens. telephone service, near Street Car line and hlKhvvay. If ou arc interested In good building lots nt real Bargain Prices, see C. B. McCormlck, Poplar Grove, Phone. Con- nellbvlllc, 120W. or write Post Ofllce Box 1-14, Connellsvllic. Pa Shore, Mountain, Lake for Sale SG WONDERFUL LOCATIONS FOR SUMMER HOME1 Mill Run Section Overlooking Indian Creek Reservoir. WHY NOT BUlLD--Your own summer cottige? Pick out your own location, somo near Mill Run Creek, others near the Reservoir. Good hunting and flsh- tnti territory Excellent concrete hlRh- w a v . alto, electric llcht and telephone service aviillable Willing to sell these plots or one acre In MTC from ?SO *nd up. If Interested, Inquire. J. C. Miy at Mill Run or phone. Irdlan Head. IO-R-4 REMEMBER, Tht more you say, the quicker it paya. Auctions--Legols Legal Notices. INCORPORATION NOTICE. In tlie Court of Common Pleas for the County of Fayctte. Pennsylvania, at No. 360 December Term. 1937. Notice Is hereby Riven that an applica- Uon will bo made to the above Court on the 10th da of February. 1938, at 2 00 o'clock P. M. in the said Court of Common Picas of Favctto County. Pennsylvania. Court Room No. 3. for the purpose of obtaining a Charter of a proposed Non-Proflt Corporation, to b» organized under the Non-Profit Corporation Law of the Commonwealth of Pcnn- *lvanln, approved May 5. 1033. P. L. 283. The name of the proposed Corporation Is "Walter E Brown Post No 21 Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States, Connellsvllle. Pa " The purpose of the proposed Corporation arc* To establish a permanent organization composed of officers and enlisted men. and honorably discharged officers and enlisted men of the Army, Navy and Marine , Corps of the United States of America, who have served In foreign wars of the United States of America; to preserve and strengthen comradeship amonc Its members; to assist worthy comrades; lo perpetuate the memory and history of dead comrades, and to assist their widows and orphans; to maintain true allegiance to the Government of the United States of America, and fidelity to it's constitution nnd laws; to foster true patriotism, to maintain and extend the institutions of American freedom, and to preserve and delcnd the United States from all her enemies, whomsoever: to promote and aftst worthy social, civic and charitable activities, all of which shall be in conformity with the Constitution and By- L.iws of tho Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States, a national organization, incorporated under and by virtue . of a Special Act of the Congress of the United States of America The Articles of Incorporation have been filed In the office of the Prothonotary ol Fayette County. Pennsylvania Arthur A. Brown. 5-feb -It Solicitor. NOTICE OF PROPOSED BUDGET OF BULLSKIN TOWNSHIP, FAYETTE COUNTY, PA. SUPERVISORS. THE PROPOSED ANNUAL BUDGET of Bullskln Township. Fayette County, Pa. Supervisors /or year 1933 as required by LeglMaUvc Act No 366, approved June 5, 1037, Is now in the hands of th« Secretary. Anv taxpav cr Interested may sec sam* at home of James N. Means, R. D z, Con- nellsvillc. Pa Board of Bullskui Township Supervisors, W. F Couehcnour, President. feb-2-9.

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