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February 21, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 18

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i'AGE 3IGHTEEN. THE DAILY COURIER, CONK ELI/SVIULE, PA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21. 1930, f Spring Is Coming A Month Early This Fear. Pick Your Used Car Here And Now t Ilallti Olmtrter led Annot incements AT,l-'[: I D R A l f r e d T.rou n 71 \ e a r s old d i e d T h u r s d a y :ii L!s ionic i n llooi »,·«*·' t n w i i a l i l p of iii-,il 'i! M R S A S'NA H Tiie f u n e r a l i r Airs. A n n a Sitelch, w i f e ! o f P e t e r SMeli. w i l l be held Sati i i i d i i y n u n run?. Tin c o r t e g e w i l l m e e t at the l.ito h o m o at J u m a U L at '.) o' l u c k I MJISS w i l l l i o co 1 ) bra led at 0:.JO o f l o c k C^ASSCFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION All art.-t. a -o r e s t r i c t e d to their proper rU.3llli'iUlon and to Hie regular style of t i f . t"ho publluhers reserve the r l t f l i l t o ed t or reject any classified u l v p r t i s l n j £ copy. J l r r o r s I n a d v e r t l 5 e m e n t ? should be reported i m m e d i a t e l y . The Courier w i l l not bo rospc risible for moro tbiin ona hicorre' t iris ;rtlon. Charged ads dr responslblo p a r t i e s · w i l l be rc«.slved by telephone, and. If p,Ud w i t h i n six days, c»»l» r a t c s w m be allowed. A d v e r t l s l r R orc'ercd lor Irregular Insertions tat os tho one time rate. No dd. is taica i for lets than a basis of t h r r r l i n e s . Count the average worda to tl.o l i n o . An ave.'aso w o r d contains bix letters. Adn. o r d e - o d f o r three or sis times and stoppct b e f o r e expiration w i l l be cli.u-Kod £01 o n l y the number of times t h e ad. appi ,u-ed, and a d j u s t m e n t made ill the rate earned. Special n.tea for y e a r l y a d v e r t i s i n g upon rocuotl- ADVUHTISINQ RA.TSS. Dally r a t J per U n a for consecutive insertions. One Time Three Times Kl.v Tlmen _ WHKM A M D W H E R E TO PUACU Y O U K A£ri. The Clas lifted A d v e r t i s i n g Depart. m e r i t is sit ifttod at C o u r i e r P llice This office, is open to receive adver- U s o n u a t s H u m b.SO A. M. to u:00 P At. dally. All uU received up u n t i l 11.00 AT M. will i ppear in editlona the «a.ne li J v t Plioni' Yotir Classified Ad. No. 12, 13 or 41H). The Ad U iket will gladly assist yon, if dcslretl, s: t h a t the copy for y o u r ad. 1» prepared In ouch a m a n n e r ^ aa to Uie fcroatest results fur you. Classification Index Tho Individual a d v e r t i s e m e n t s under the f o l l o w i n g olusaittcation **· »r- .-aujjed in a^I'llAtUSTUJA-U order for (lUtcR rcfen uco. AN i\ O Vfi CltlU'iATS 1 -- Deaths ^ -- Cards o! Tliantes y -- In il uioriu.ui 4 _ F l o w c i a and .Mourning Goods 6 -- Kunoi.il Ulrectoru 0 -- M o n u m e n t s und Cemetery JLiOta 7 -- i j erao u«ila b -- iioliB uua and Social ISventa 0 -- Booiuviua E.nd J-rfdiS«a 10 -- btray;d, .Uoat, F o u n d A -- Autou.otiilo Agencies II _ A u t o i n o b l l u a lor bale la _ Auto T i u c K a , T i a b i u i d . Trailers la _ Auto Accbsboties. 'iiroa, Farta H _ Garairea -- AUCOB f o r r Hire, Taxi ^5 _ Motoi cycles and Bicycles lti _ Kopttirms-- Soivlco SUitioJia 17 -- W a n t e d -- A u t o m o t i v e . y _ Buslnesa b u r v i c o Offered I 8 . a -- Wliero to JJirie 18-ti -- Bai uerinK, Beauty I'arlors 1U -- B u i l d a t f und Contracting Uf-- Clean intf. D j e J n s , itcnovatin* · 1 -- Dieaiiiiakins and M i l l l n e i y ^ _ iloatliia, F i u m b i i i B , Hooling ^ 3 _ luaur.iiice and Surety Bonds Ti ticking. Storage , i'ttporing, Decorating i-rinl us. KngrvuiK, Biudlng ay _ J?ro f e»uioiiat aorvlces a y _ Kepu tins u-nd JleiiniahlnK jrji.a -- Aw-jiutjs and Upholstery ai) _ Tallo -inB and Presaing a j _ Wanted -- Business Service ai ; _ licit, VVanted yu _ ileip Wanted-- Mttle SI -- irelp- -Male and Female Uo -- Built) tors. Cu-nvassers, Agents m^ _ aitua.lona Wanted -- Female oiii) W*ntea-- Mala Busli ess Opportunitlea ·M -- I n v u - J t m u n t a , Stocks, Bonds 40 -- M o n o / to Jjoan, MortBagea 41 -- W a n t e d -- Tu Borrow at Kt. J o h n ' s R nnii on tho \V«",t HI 'e pa.stor, w i l l o t r l L iU rriado HI the ehu t h vale In clia i ^e of F r e n c h S D u r s t C a t h o l i t C h u r c h U ( 1 v . S V t o r i i v o K , I n t e i m c n t w i l l IIP i i i t l e t y a t Rrook- f u n c r i t l Director Card 1 of Thanks l-'INCII--Wo tak ) I h l . means, or t l m n k - irij; o u r man;, f r l i ' n d f a n i l n e i g h b o r s for t h e k l n d n "·-! .inil H y n i j i a t h y u \ - t o n t i r - d us d t i r ig- tho i]lne.s.s and f o l l o w i n i ; the Jo. Ui o!' out husband and f a t h e t , Mr. J o i n Q I'^incli AHo \s c d e s i r e to than \. t j i o s c who s e n t f l o r a ! trlbxito-t. Mr. 1 l*i£7,it Finch am! f a m i l y . Automotive AittoniobilflH For Sale 11 COME IN AND SIOK THIS NFTW NAtiH S T R A I G H T EIGHT E5VAN3 MOTOR C O M P A N Y E. CRAWTTORD AVK FHONK 77. Auto Accessor it's, 'I Ires, Purls 18 W 3 3 PAY CASH--Fir yom old worn out f tis. Pbone "SS" and i v e ' l l call for It. / u t o parts of all U l n d n K a y o t t e Auto W r e c k i n g Co., McCornilok a v e n u e . Kepalrin^--Sonrtee Stutlons 16 SANDF.ItS--We of e x p r e s s i n g t i o r i a n d th.in f r l e n t l H , rieli^h t!io k l n d r i f H s i us d u r i n g om Uio death of , mo HUM, Lin I M do n c dcsi i P SfhuH/., |),l; In B r u t h r p n C h u * b e a u t i f u l (lor. so k i n d l y don cars and -nil ti a n y w a y . C h i l i Us-h to liiko t h i s means? j our s i n c e r e n p p r e e i a - , H to K T i r m a n y k i n d · ort and r e l a t i v e s f o r ' nd i \ n i n l h y e x t e n d e d i r « ' c M i l hoi e.(^ oitu'i t.! u r m o t h e r a n d ^ l a n d - ! a KfiiKlers, K s p e c t a l l y i) t t u i r i k U c v . r. A. | o r t h e F i r s t V n l t e d ·h, thosie who sent the 1 t r i b u t e s , those w h o t e d t h e use o f t h e i r OHO who nsKtMed us in ren u n d ^ r a m l c l i i l d r o n . A'NNOCTNCTNG To My Friends Anil The P u b l i c At J^argo THAT 1'THHRTOR'S SOONER OR LATER People w'to watch the intdeared eatalogne of opporturj ities on this page every day, sooner or 1* ter flnd just what they want at (ho pi-ice th jy intend to pay. New bargains um mentioned in every issue. Always Different--In Opportunity r Fne A-B-C- Classified Ads A)way; the Same--In tService Einploymei it Viewers tin 1 Mourning Goods i - M T X I O R A b !K H1XS -- Anl w e d d l n p r b o u q u e t s a -jH i . i l t y Oslevoe's Flo w i - r Shop, 1OR K. C, \ v f f i r - I Ave. Phono 1-4 Lost, Foanfl !0 LOST -- UarKO w er'a Co-opoi plf.i^e r e t u r n 'iiuii I He l a b b l t near Karm- Dairy. F i n d e r A p a r t m e n t »s'o 1, Help KMJI Ue strop Is Now Open K f i r B u s i n e s s Al 115 N o r t l i F i r b t H t r e e t fMOOUOB 1-TKHHKR. JR. W H O M A K K K - It h K l.nsines.5 t o wee "t i.it e \ o r y cuMonn'i' j.** ;i;ivoji corn- I U to H j i t l s f . i r t i o n , w,i«. f n n n e r l y em- I loved us a s k i l l e d a i u o i m i i i l l f and r i t l l a t o r m w h a n l r s n t Baker's Uuragre (·it S o u t h S e v e n t h s t r e - t for the ji,ifct i I w h t years. A t Y o u r Ser»er l i A D l A T O R R I C P . \ 1 J U X ( J A N D f l ^ K A N I N O A f i f K r i A U ' l ' V F K K U K K S K T R A U J U ' I ' K N K D A N 1 WIOI.DKD 1,1 KK N K W AirroMOHiiyU.s H K J ' A n t K i * A C T K Y L K N I - ; VV K I, 1) J N ( 1 W SNT15D---Neat y o u n g - tea orer 25 tor WHO A R K U K R K -- T n so) ve you and we j s t e a d y poa t i n n w i t h OPIJ'rturilty. No ( u a r a n t e u t - i i i i s f a f t i o i i w i t n e v e r y experience otXide-L Abo t |30 per WANTKD -- Work afl ousekoper. NV'rlte Box 50 cart? Courie . WANTED--Kxjfet-le^Mi ffl I for general housework. Mmt ha e reference, ·415 Kasi \Vasihlnfrton «.v ue. Help VF«iit«4--K ,lo LOST- M O r.irrf pass No I,-201flB. (i.i··· K C .«· n i n k .'il4 K F a l r \ l o w j\ \ C p U P ward if r e t u r n e d to a b o v o j o b O u r r a t e s a r e -i»ry Cairn- in and p u y UK a. \ i PHONK -'H12 Aut omotive Aatomci)Ues For SaJo II AUCTION KAJ. ;--Of Used Cars at l l e t z e l - V O U I I K Motor Company at Scottdalp, w! 1 h- held S a t u r d a y , F e b r u a r y '-'-'n P i r k y o u r i.ar u n d t n a k o a bid. l j hoii« 470. COMK I N TODA f ! -- A n d pay u s a v i s i t , b e f o r o l u i n ( a Used (.'ai K v a n a Motor Service, West C r a w f o r d a v e n u e , Hhono liitil. DON'T FORGET Saturday. Fel tion In e v e r y Motor Cora]iai nue. Phone 4 ' -- Our A u c t i o n Hale on uai ,v ^'Jnd. Satlafac- respect West Hide v. West C r a w f o r d ave- 7 and 40S. 1028 W I U P P K 1 COtir,K -- Ciieap to q u i c k b u e r . I'aj meats c^an be ar. T. J. J r a h a m , JjOtfcpnrinff, Pa IT STANDS TO H K A R O N That Tin I'.os1 A r f i t i n i c n t In 1' iv ot Of Our f K B I t U A t V U S K D CAR SALK 1 VVK t = A \ K YOU M O N U Y " 1028 1' -!.Si:X COACtl Will sii-Il Tor on ,' ............. l-'l.it r a l f , i, ( t r s l r c . l All i p i | i i i p r n c i u . H h o d e y M o t o r r., W f t t H i d e I ' h o n e -OaR F I H KSTOXK RKCA ITf.Vf? FACTO in- itn-nioD To K e e p Down Tl« U p k e e p v.ni l o u r Tires \V ·; WIM*--Hcnew th* l i f e ot any n a k o o t t i r e , r e s t ^ r l t i R f o u r - l l f t h » r i i r i n a l ni/le.ifrc at onc-!ialf n e w t l r u osc. wook to ut.it t. Courier. Bo 100, care Financial Family LOUAS 40-A N K U U M O N K T QIJH KX.TT 21 Hoi r Cou 'tfous f Un CASII bOANfc Up ' 0 $300. '.NTS--Corns Just Ptiuna. M O N T H L Y I n f o r f u l l i o f o r i o a . i o n -' S4" or iv r to PKRSONAj., FINA.NCE H2 WJtEST OKAWTOKD AV ;NUE, CITT A n-nv Instnictioi o~ *r,.oo L'0 5 CIO--J5 7o ;iO? 5 25--$« ,"·() , x . _ f i 7 5 .'Cxfl.OO--$S 00 We Use A I-'irewtonc Tread : 53BHV1CK STORKS, INC. W. APl'LiK .ST.. COR MKADOW i-VNJfi. 1'HONK "21. 1 GA LLEY'S DUCO AND BOIiT SHOP- Body ajid F e n d e r Repairs-Duco and top work K*o sav* you money. Phone 1073, Priratw lnstntcti»K-- ftuslc 45-A iN.STRUCTION -- Prlvaie Miindolln, l-ia.no, banjo, srultaj-, u k i iele. Gibson hcliool, abovo KH.ri« Je f«lrji Store. Idvc'Stod Service DODGK I'ANICL, TRUCK I j i k o n e w , goud i i u s , new p u l n l . . . ,$.'!50 CIIRY UMR S K D A N Has hooti u'lfd ury l i t t l e ........ |'!75 102(i ] SSKX COACH' In "A" No. i coi d l t l o i i , price . Bnsiness Serrleo Otfwre* 18 i Corr';»pondsuCB Cuuraes ·li!-a -- ^Mltcullaneous 1U -- I n f a t i u c t i o u Cluasoa 4-1 -- M u t i l ( a l , LiancinB, Dramatlo 45 -- F i i v i t o Instruction 45- a -- i»i-lva.lo Instruction -- Musio 4U -- W a n t e d intilruetlon IA MiSTOCK -47 -- uog.-i, Cats, OtJier Pets .18 -- llurii.i a. Cattle, O t h e r Stock 4U -- 1'oullry, Ktrya and Suppllea ^ -- W a n t e d -- iavustock, ligsa MldllCUAM UlSJfr-- 01 -- Artistes Xor Sale 01-a -- Ba.i ter aad Kxchango M -- Boalt and Accessouos Oo -- B u l l U m s a , B u i l d i n g Material. 1 -- BUSH cs» and Ullica Kquipineut Oo -- Fai in und Ualry Products 53. a -- Fu. i m Ki u Ip in B u t 0 (j -- Fuel, Feed, Fertilizer 57 -- Uood Thinus to Kat as -- iiuuu rnado Things uU -- Household Goods m -- ,!iwe rj, Watches, Dianionda Ul -- M a c h i n e r y and Tools Uli -- JUusli al Merchandise v IW--- Ka.lio K q u l p r n e u t IW -- So«dt, 1'laiHs, Flowers U l -- b|itcli.is at tiie Stores Ci -- W e a r Ing Apparel m -- W a n t e d -- To Buy UOOMh A . N U UOAK1) -07 -- itoou 3 With Board 08 -- ituoii s. W i t l i o u t Buiird UK -- lioon a, tor llouaekuepius 70 -- YiU.il 1 . ion I'lacoa , 71 -- W l j o t e to Kat "U -- W h u i o to iitop In Town 7J -- W a n t e d -- Hoonia or Board lllIAJ- BST1TK VOIl 1UCJST-. 1\ -- Apar jnonta and Flats 7S-- - U u i t i uas Places for K e n t 70 -- F-tniu and Lands for Kent 77-^-Housjs fur K e n t 7i, -- oillce and .Desk Room 7U -- Sit 01 1. Mountain, Lake for Rant 80 -- S u b u ban, C o u n t r y t o r Kent 81 -- \ \ u m e d -- To Rent KKA1, I'.Vl' ^Tll tHtt SAIJS--- it -- B : u k n a In Real Katate S- -- Husii lisa I ' r o p u i t y for Sala 83 -- Farm « and l^uid f o r Sale S-4-- l i u u s . a £or Salu 85 -- ..jota for Sale 8ft -- S h o r e , M o u n t a i n , Lake xor Siile bT -- .iubu t u n for Sttlo 88 -- TI K\.chati(jo -- Real Estate 80 -- v V ' a u i ' d - - U e a l K a t a t e UU -- \ u c t oiu-urh. A u c t i o n Sales Bl -- -ug.i Notluos A H t Y u l ON15 of tho s a t i s f i e d m o n e y savers \ \ h j ue t h e clujsitied t h t i f t JOoliS A H - T A K K K v, 111 K l a d l y J i o l i i n i t o \ \ i : . l t r u M i l t - p r o d u o i t i K aid i you tl! l 2 - l , ; - t y u and ask tar Outt £ r c f aurvico. 1020 FO ID ROADSTER N e w l y p a i n t e d , ill udl for JPO 1920 OA vl^AND COOPB In best of condl I o n , priced at . . . . VJ30 HUD !ON SEDAN | In excellent b h n e. Good tires .... 1140. IT IS POSSinL ;-- For y c m to buy any | u n o of these a i ' i t l i r o i t f j l i our KLKJ I'ttyment P I u i M1CANS U i - ' O D CAR MARKET Trades! Ope i Evnlnfr''! Torm.i! i uii SOUTH ISK, trm ST. riroxio 412 STOP! LOOK! BUT! vou J;NOW WHAT 5'JU RK IIUYINC; WEU N YOU B U Y H3SRH CTION -- Of traded · t prices. Small down sy terms. K v e r y car It will pay YOU rr. y Ji e re. TERMS! TRADES! CARS C h e v r o l e t Coaches. et C'uupo. lot C'ahrlolel. ol Coach, ' u t J i/j-ton T r u c k . tulor Hediin. , el C ' j b U o l e t . I U J J U S - -- C t W O . ) RUCKS. * K -- C h e v r o l e t , in best Has t o u r speeds -- Torsion. HAVK IT OHKCKED NOW -UR JIKATINO SfSTi:M!--la K ffit- ins you sjtlsfactiou or 1« It coating you money'. 1 Let me jmy you a visit v l t h 110 obligations. A. R. BOYISH -.VAKAI A I R IlEATINC ENU1KKKR PHONE 30-'. BABY CHICKS--- PHw* yxoi I ' o u l l r y BUppLtoa. Jxiui) 1 Cu. l'lnu« 135. SPECIAL XO Baby Oiiclt« PRJIK ' Placed Here I V f o r e M QUALITY AOOREaWTIB CHICKb--W« have a sh ing In m K j n , no !eav« u order NOW ! HARJWA1 1.14 W. CHA.WFOKi) A V K . 49 orAiMrn ! ILirilw«Lr« n Ordwa irch l«t. ' B A H| Y pjneint com- lia-vo your E CO. PHOKB 104. Merchandi Cleaning, Dyeing, KenoTuting 20 SPECIAL -- Week ot February nth to 'SJnd liat and a u l t · i- leaned and preaned, ?J.7o. C o j i n e l l B v i l l e Cleaners .ind L-yera. Plume 18O. Heating, riambing, Booting 82 HJ3ATJSRS! FUIiNACISS! HKATBJSS! Repaired nd clettned. All makes. "From W h i t e It's Bight." J3G South Pittaburg- St. f o r service, p h o n e 018-J. FINEST SKL1 oars, at loivr payonent. JS g u a r a n t e e d . BUYKR to bi in^S (Two) 102S Chevro 101'U Ohcvri IDUll Chevrc 102S Chovn 1027 word, 'i 1028 C h e v r o 1X13 Oakian 1027 Star C' ONI'! TON TRL of c o n d i t i o n , ward transml ONU ir.ALdf-TO I--Truck, 10'JS model. 1928 MODEl^--t«lan D e l i v e r y T r u c k w i t h door In i MASON A' Trades--Op. WEST APn.,K ear. OTOK COMPANY n Sundays--Terms. TUEKT. 1'fTONB 105. LKT I ' t j 'HOW YDT! T H E UIOST r J5TS IX T O W N ! M a n y Otl.e V a l u e s N u t L i s t e 1S12S 1TUI MOBILK R K 1 V N 1021 O V M ^ \ N D SEDAN 1112(1 1OI IK COUPE 1020 J'.UI VlODtLK K K I J \ N . i M i u r " . ! Trutp«! UL'PMOBIL'-; ALKS -\X'D MO J50 K C R A W K . H D \VL'.'. I M K i M - : .'13 K K H P IN T( t'C-ir w i t n o p p o r t u n i t y j Bead th« cluasi ted ^ds every day. QUALITY PLUMBING-- A n d heating. William Sellers Company, S o u t h I'Htsliurg at. Phone 348. Prompt Service. Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 'JOOD N10WS FOR CAR O W N E R S WE AHE OLAD--To a n n o u n c e to our '·lients a n d t i l e n d a t l i a t w e w i l l n o w irovkle A u t o m o b i l e P i o p e r t y llamage P r o t e c t i o n I n t h e m i n i m u m a m o u n t jf $o,000 r a t h e r than ?l,000 w h i c h has o r e v i o u s l y been a U o w e j . Tliero w i l l ·)0 no advance in p r e m i u m . This n o u n s t h a t in the o v c n t of an arci- ' l e n t f o r w h i c h y o u a r c legally liable, 'ou are p r o t e c t e d up to $5,000, this iiim c o v e t i n g any ilamafjes Uiat may oe a w a r d e d , all legal expenses in con- locllou w i t h the d e f e n s e o£ the ca^a, ind all costs that may bo taxed against t h e p o l i c y h o l d c r . F A Y B T T B RIJALTI' CUiMPANV SILLIiHS AllCAJJJfi. 1'HUNK IJJTo. INSUftANCli--"We writ* U rig-tit." Ml Icihds. Coi-k and Luu/jl.lin. inc., [ n s u r u n c u , JiU'J First N a t i o n a l Bttuh B u i l U i n g , P h o n e 520. 1NSUUANCE--All k i n d s , exceptiiuf life. B u r l h a C u n n i n g h a m , Ins., N o t a r y P u b l i c . 40(J b-lrst N a t i o n a l Bank U u l l d i n g r . P h o n e -!;!.". Ron. Movl»!«, 'I'rncklng, Stcrn^ 26 CH -OTFKLTY'S TRANS!.'EH--Local and ons distaiK-o Opj. A i l i n t r t o n Hotel, t-'liotio S42. R c a i d e n c u H O J - U I n g 22! Tailoring and Tresslng SO r U C H . M A N CL(VrHK.S-- All $22.50. Sold J n l b y H i m o n a Casli a n d Carry. I ' h o n e 1'JUo. UON'T hKT o p p o r t u n i t i e s pass you b j . L:ulv n \ o r Uio CKibsilicd Section ovory Uav Fuel, Foeif, fc'ertil *er C« CONNIOLLSVILJ^B COKINC t i e l i v e r e d , S*c al t h e m i n Coal Company, Nlcth « Lelsonrinfi' avenue. Pho COAX,--12c . Wejit Side reel, corner e J97C. Household 6«o a FOR SALE---Aildin? mach oe; roll top d e s k ; iloor sliow cjtse; 1 ^t top denlc arid o r u t . h ! ( f h top desk threo wall i.i.vs and onu back wall a.ne miltable for b a r b e r ..'hop o " ' c o n f e c i o n e r j store. Dull'a Storage, 123 last Paft.ch Btreot, Phono CO. iUdlo ATW/TI'IR fCKNT ' A.DIO SALKS AND SK1O 1C!!! PllONlfl 1025. BOSCH RA11O -- Screen- Jrld. Free d a ' i n o n a t r a t l o n . R a d i o Soi Flee Co,, Iil5 B o u t h P l t f i b u r g t.tr«8t. 'hone 1705. BDISON AND PH1LCJO--r-idios. Fre"e domcinstratlons. Thom a J. Lieb, 112 West Apple street. Phone 102, Stornt Damage $1C 5,000. ST. JOHNS, Newloumll! nH, Feb. 21. --'Reports coming in froi i the south coast Indicate that the d ima^e trom tho recent storm.] there will reach $100,000, lachidlnjj dama je to shipping. W. C. Long 3! ^. GRJ3BNSDURCr, Kb. :1.--William C. Long, (il years pld, oC I JRlar street, died at 9:35 o'clock lasi night. He was a charter member i' the South Greecsburg: Fire JJejmrttr int. Merchandise Radio Equipment 62A STBWAJtT WAilNKIl RADIO--Hoar it b e f o r e buyiug. A- A, Clartso Drug: Klore, NorUi PHLsburg street. Phone 104. THE NEW MAJESTIC RADIO -- Come In and hear it. Guide Tire and Radio Co., Kaot Crawford avenue. Phone 10. Wanted--Xo Ba/ CLBAJI WHITE RAGS--Wanted. Will pay Sc per pountl. Courier Company. WANTED TO BUY--Flat top typewriter de*ic w i t h typewriter cora- parLment at Bldu, Call JBosluea* Olllco, Courier. Rooms and Board Without liotird 68 FDR IUCNT--Five rooms and bath. In( j u l r c a. M. K u h l m a n , Poplar Grove. FOR RI^NT--Single rooma or apartment. seeoiKl lloor, bitli. I-)t,'iit and heat furnSslied. H i n t re*isoniible. Va.it l«T3-£i. Real Estate For Rent Apartments and Flats PATTKRSON AVBNTJE, EAST, Ill- Three room fitrntahwl ONE KKAH APARTME1IT--Four rooms and b.uh, steam hoAt, lanitor Jwrvtee. Kent 4.21.00 per muiHh. Bt\-Oia.r Bldg. Apply Hazaar Bnslnesa Places 'lor Bent STOREROOM--At 111 VCe«t Apple St., B U l t a b l o for any p-urpOBo, Ifix-iO. In- Qtilrc 5 lOc Wall Sapor Cojnpany. . lloasets ior Kent POPLAB STRKET. 112, fJORTHJ ENP-- A good four room h r u n o Tvitli cleo- tric. ga-», water and c-«.Uar. House in v e r y bent o£ condition. Rent at ¥15.00 per ruouUi. Inquire or call A, E. Wagoner luid Son, 1O)0 West Crawf o r d avenue. Phone 118. AJ?AKTMi!NTS, UOUISES. STOHE- RUOMS ANU GAUAU SS--Inquire li!8 West Peach sti'eut. P n o n e 475. FOR HKNT--HOUJSO, six nice large rooma and bath. Nice po relies. Large lot. Pa»wl street Phone 1230. S1NOLB HOUSE--Pour rootn« and bath. Rent |18.00. \Vater paid. i3S B PrOHipoct St., rear. Apply 235 front. Wanted--To Kent 81 WANTED---Oca or two, three-room furnished apa-rUnents, South Slda pre- terretL Call 1810 b«foro 5 o'clock P. M. Real Estate For Sale Houses ior Sale SOOTTDALK, PA.--New, modern iiU- roora modern liono w i t h bath and oil convenleneea. Will sacrillce, TV rite 806 aeorge street, Scottdale, Pa. of 29. BERLIN, Fob. 20--President Hlnden- berg has become godfather t« a railroad switchman's twenty-ninth child. The father. Is Wilhelm Kaefer, a resident of Mauvnhelm, Baden. Themolhar o£ the Preeid«nt'6 god-child Is the ewttchman's fifth wife, and the baby is her eighth. Not to Seek Re-election. Feb. 21.--'Lawrence C. Pblpps, DenVer'B senior United States senator, will announce Sunday that he is not a candidate for re-election this fall, according to the Denver "Post." Shooter of Sheriff Taken. SIDNEY, Neb., Feb 21.--William Thompsett, escaped insane asylum, inmate, who shot and seriously vrouad'ed a sheriff and a dputy when they tried to arrest him yesterday, was captured last night after being wounded. Some are v f ise and some are otherwise. The really wise ones know that Classified Ads ca a save their time and money. Read t lem to understand the "whys and wherefores" for this! Are you ot lerwise? If not, then phone 1 2, 1 2 or 4 90 your ad, and convert that piano, car, bed, radio, etc., into cash. ALABAMA HUSBAND WAS PERSISTENT Follows Wife to Hospital and KilU Her. Birmingham, Ala. -- Twelve hours after hi a wlfo had bten sent to a hospital suffering from u knife wound he Inflicted, W. R. Keith broke Into her room amd shot her Iiree tlmen. She died an hoar later. Celth fired a bullet Into his arm aft»r fatally wound- tng hie wife. "She had been tilfllns with me," Kelt!) told police att r bis arrest. He ordered oat of the hospital room Ms wife's slater and two nurses. "Gwt out and get out qui'-k," they said be shouted, and as the;' backed out the door he fired. One bo Bet went thronsh tho woman's body. Two lodged in her back. Mrs. Edward Feeafcer, sister of the slain woman, told tho following story: "AM he came into the room, Keith prilled a flask from hlB pocket and took a drink. Mrs. F elth raised up In bed and asked for a drink and as she did her !iu»fwind pulled out his pistol and told v to get out. "W« got ont and heard him shoot her as she sat up la bed." Mrs. Keith was tiben to the hospital the day precede* by friends after a disturbance In the yard of the Keith home. They found her with h«r clothes torn from her back und a stab wound in her shouldee. horns." ~Tn fact, It may be" fatal. Witness the case ·sf the hunter who saw a deer In the woods noar Mar quotte. It had the horns which arc supposed to distinguish the buck from the doe. The hunter shot with effect and then discovered be had killed doe. Ernest W. I4bby, district oongorra tlon officer, ruled that a So* nitL legal length horns has lost all hei maidenly or matronly privileges «in3 If she Is mistaken for a back It It her own fault. The banter was allowed to keep the deer. Clerk of Court Holds Office for 60 Years Baltimore.--After 60 y«er« ES dep- ntjr clerk of th« Superior conrt, Thomas A. Campbell, s wenty-elght, was spoken of by Chief Judge Dennis M "the only living official, either in thi« country or abroad, y ho has held office so long.TM The occasion was a reception held In Superior conrt, where Campbell was presented with a parse of $5,200 In gold in recognition of big many years of service. He also received a bound volume of congratulatory mea- enga» from many i arsons, including Governor Ritchie, Mityor Broenfnp nnd former Senator Brn e. Acknowledging the congratulations and good wishes of the bar association, Campbell told of some of his earlier experiences ;n tho court "When I first entred the Superior court," he said, "coi rt rooms were lit by flickering on lamps and all my writing hnd to be dmie by hand. The world has changed since then, however, and now one man ran do a* much work aa 20 mt n conld do in the old days." Campbell told of being approached years ago by some people who wanted to get a Judgment against a circus. "I advised them to seize the tent," he said. "Instead, (hey took the elephant and placed 1. In a downtown llvwy stable. The elephant ate too much, however, axtf they finally returned It and let the Judgment against the clrcns rest." On another occasion a man obtained a judgment for $1.87 The debtor died and the holder of tl e judgment want ed to seize hla coffin but was refused. Horned Doe It no Lady, Michigan Official Rules Lansing, Mich.--Women may smoke, Invade barber shops or wear trousers and get away with (t, but tbe female of the deer speclen Is out of In«k If she oversteps the (wands of conven- -UfiaaLtty_ to_ the_ ex gni_ ot eorontlng Russian Trusts Seeking University Graduate! Moscow.--Competition among va.ri ous governmental enterprises here for engineers and technical *p«ciaJ!sta ol nil types is so keen that tho servlm of technical students are contracted for years before their graduation. Trusts, sometimes single factories, frequently endow scholarships in uni versitles on condition that the bene ftcfarles of their money premise'la advance to give their services to tha 1 trust or factory. The grain trust, for instance, haf just announced that it Is paying tul tlon and a certain stipend monthly at living expenses for T35 student* ot agronomy who upon graitaaWon will be obliged to work on the huge farms organized by this trust. Depositors "Forget" Cash, Banks Reveal San Francisco.--"Don't forget about the money yoa put In your bank." This warning sounds foolish, bat it isn't. Depositors in California haye $845,230 that la unclaimed. The Hlbernla Savings and Loan BO- ciety of this city has th« greatest number of unclaimed accounts--total- Ing in excess of $87,000. The largest unclaimed depostt In this batik is $8,800, credited to a seaman. Be deposited $4,000 In 1908 and since then It has earned Interest amounting to moire than $4,000. To "Turn State'* Evidenc*?" State's evidence ts the evidence produced by tiie government In criminal prosecution. The term also appUet to a person who gives such evidence When a person Implicated In a crime voluntarily confesses bis shorn and gives testimony that will Incriminate his accomplices be is said to "turn state's evidence," namely, he become? a witness for the state. In such case? there is generally an express or Implied promise on the part of tbe au thorltSes thnt they will not prosecute the witness who thus testifies, or thai he will at least be dealt with leniently Prosecutors do not usually promise such Iramnnlty unless there I* insufll cient evidence to convict tho defend ant without the testimony In question Cancer of the Skin Cancer of the skin grows slowlj and Is not particularly tnalignnnt. 11 Is possible to cure practically all ind! viduals suffering from this form of the disease, says the American i'uh lie Health association, provided they seek aid at an early stage of the disease, __ Two Thing* to Price An old Job Is like an old friend. We become so accustomed to It thnt we take Its virtues as a mottor of fact. We overlook Its real value and Its possibilities for helpfulness. Ireat lightly neither an old friend no* an old Job.--3rlt Today's Cross Word Puzzle -54 10 ·30 ee, "36 ie ·3* II -43 ACROSS / I A mystery 4 An epicure 9 By word of mouth 11 To make muddy 13 That thing 15 Dry 17 English auth )r 19 Point 21 A kind of cheese 23 A river in E ypt 24 Word of nee Ulon 26 Ardpr 28 Insect CBB 20 God of love 31 A short jour ley 33 Exclamation of surprise 35 Any encoum ;r bc- t w c e n two c intend injr parties 37 A lady of K ng A r t h u r ' s court 39 Note of the · cale 4 t T-i harvest 43 K x r l n m a t i o n of sorrow 45 Prefix menu ng iinpw 41 A low const int i noisi- 9 Organ of v t i Ion 50 Seed vessels £2 Sullen 54 To relate 6B A same bird 68 Sedate 60 International Innguage 61 Organs tif hearing 63 Excited 65 Ceremony tor the dead 60 Large volume DOWN I Devastation t Word of negation 8 Definite period of time Anaiver to Previous Puzzle n !%1 8 64 ·S3 ·4-4 60 0 7 K 10 12 14 10 18 20 £2 37 .RO AS ,U 3« Si 40 42 44 46 48 To move »ofUy City of Chaldea Measure of d(stane« Bftiulng Mlachevlous Exint To boil Prong 1 Stupid person A medley Singing poet Female horsfi Jielonp;lnB to Gltl's name To soak through Heap To go by To pralflo Parts of a week Boon To jaefr up To burn Farewell Pertiilnlna to th» roumry To encircle «g-j To ft;* 13EJ Of old « t Before «pnetlc» Witty remark OI(fcr jierson (I To i;nc*e/l

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