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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, February 7, 1938
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: :f AGE EIGHT. THE! DAIJjY CUUKIEJK, CONNEL/ljSVrLiL/E, PA. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1938. Courier Advertisements , For Quick Results -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Special' Yearly Rates Upon Request. 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9c cash; lOc charge. Ads to Be Run 3 Times: Per line, 7c cash; So charge. HI Ads to bo-Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c cash; 7c charge. These Rates Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. ' There are five (5) average words to each line. "Cards of Thanks;" 50c Flat_Rate. Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker. Special--Your Ad Inserted "7" Times for the Price of Six!--Special . ._Np_Ad. Is Taken For Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements. Flowers and Mourning Goods 4 BASKETS AT REASONABLE PRICESI P. R. DcMUTH SONS C'VILLE--53 - SCOTTDALE--834 Funeral Directors i --SIBEL FUNEKAL HOME-The Last Word tn Funeral Service." CALL, CONNELLSVILLE ISO. Strayed. Lost, Fourifl 10 "·LOST OR STRAYED--English Setter. female. $25.00 reward for any In. · formation or return. R. .T Llntagcr, Springfield llk«.--Phone 4118-R-3. Automotive ' Automobiles for Sale It Automotive Automobiles Tor Sale 11 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 "407.' Autos, Accessories, Tires, Parts 13 LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! LOOK SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY1 j ". ~ " 'SAVE YOURSELF MONEY THESE CARS MUST BE SOLD! TALL RECONDITIONED-- - And ready for the road. Come In today and sec' for yourself. Very easy terms can be arranged. Lct_us - -- show you how! ; Look,Thc5c Over! ' 1929 Hupmobile 4-door "Sedan _. S 35 1829 Plymouth 4-door Sedan $ 43 - 1929 Plymouth Coupe-t .,-.* i.. S 65 2-1929 Ford 4-door .Sedans, each .... "S i3 1929 Chevrolct-2-^oor Sedan $65 - 1030 Ford Tudor". Sedan- ..,, ". S 85 1931 Chevrolet 2-door" Sedan _ S 95 1031 Bulck Sport Coupe ? 95 - 1931 Bulck 4-doorVSedan ·. 5125 1930 Ford Sport Roadster 5 "5 "2-1930 Pontlac 4-door Sedans, each .. $ "S 2-1933 Ford.V-8 Tudor Sedans, each $225 1934 Ford V-8 Tudor Sedan -..·--. . S250 1933 Studcbafccr Coupe ....... .. « .. S715 Very Easy Terms Arranged! BENNETT MOTOR SALES . PONTIAG SALES SERVICE 257 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE. 1234 ALL. CAR CHAINS '4 OFFl ALL CAR HEATERS ..-_ U OFF! STORAGE BATTERY (EXCH.) .. . $3.39 MOTOR OIL. 2 GALLONS . .. 79c ALCOHOL. PER GALLON . . E9c FOG LIGHTS . .. PER PAIR. S4.75 B. BATTERIES 08c MIDGET RADIOS $1255 UP I LOWEST PRICES. AUTO PARTS. TIRES. RADIO TUBES ACCESSORIES. GOLDE TIRE RADIO COMPANY. 126 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 10. Business Service Professional Services 28 CORRECT FITTING .TRUSSES--Elastic Hosiery and other. «urelcal appliances. A. A. Clnrkc. PH.CS. Druggist. 323 North Ptttsburi; atreoL Phone 194. Repairing and UeflnisliinK 29 UPHOLSTERING--Repairs, factory methods. AwnlnKs. slip covers. Latest fabrics. Rudolph's, 131 E. Fairvlew Ave. Phone 1817-J. Employment Help Wanted--Male 33 FARM HAND--To run rural route during winter nnd early sprlnK. Operate on my capital. If you want this splendid chance to clear up to $45 wk. I'll mail complete details free. Albert Mills. 4444 Monmouth. Cincinnati. O. Wanted--Automotive 17 i WATTTED--Automobile. 1937 model. Must i be In good condition and low price, j Write Box 70, care Courier. CASH FOR YOUR AUTOMOBILE--Must be a bargain. Wrlle Automobile, care of Courier, describing car and price. $1 OILS--And makes minor adjustments on any j,oulnff machine In your home. Parts extra. Phono 890. Troutman's. UPHOLSTERING. AWNINGS -- FURNITURE REPAIRING. QUALITY WORK. : Call FISUER. Phono 9C45. - -O.-K." USED 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. Open Evenings 'till 9 o'clock. Open Sundays 'till S o'clock. PHONE 105. Business Service Business Service OOcrcd 18 VACANCY--Old line Insurance Company. Must have car. Good references required. Apply 415 Second National Bank BldK . Unlontown. Pa. Situations Wanted--Female 36 GIRL--Wants steady work In private home. Can furnish good references. Phono 477-J. Financial Need Money «C-B ' Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 i INSURANCE ALL KIND EXCEPT LIFE. FAYETTE REALTY CO. PHONE 1375. T. D. GARDNER. MGR. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE--All kinds. Sec me for rates. James R. LauchUn, Insurance. 309 First National Bank Building. Phono 520. Moving, Trucking, Storage 25 DULL'S TRANSFER St STORAGE. Local and long distance movinc. Every load uvmred. Modern storaco for household goods. We do crating for shipment by rail. Phono SO. 222 East Peach itreet. Get a "PERSONAL" LOAN to Clean up Xma* Bills Or Oilier Old Dcbtsl Consolidate ALL your bills wt'h our PERSONAL-lzed s e r v i c e . Small Monthly repayments. Come In NOW! LOANS up to $300--ALL PLANS. PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY. Over McCrory' 1 ' Store. Phone 34. WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE. Livestock Homes, Cattle, Other Stock 48 HORSE SALE Thursday. Feb. 10th. 1938. at 1.00 P. M. I-'rlck Barn. Fatrchiince, Pa. Terms: Cnsh J. C. Stuck'-l.iKer. Auctioneer. C. P. Glenn. Clerk. Merchandise Household Goods FOR SALEI -- FOR SALEI BARGAINS--In all kinds of used furniture Including washing machines. Also flat top desks, adding machines and typewriters. DULL'S STORAGE 122 EAST PEACH STREET. PHONE. 50. STORE WIDE REDUCTIONS! ON ALL FURNITURE. RUGS AND STOVES. COME IN! SEE1 AND SAVEI LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES. MERVIS FURNITURE COMPANY. NORTH PITTSBURG ST. PHONE 2020. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE! Wanted--To Buy 6G CASH tS WHAT WE PAY- BRING IN ALL YOUR LARGE s CLEAN WHITE RAGS TO THE DAILY COURIER OFFICE TO- DAY AND WE WILL PAY YOU "Sc~ PER POUND. WHY NOT LOOK AROUND AND MAKE YOURSELl SOME SPENDING ·» MONEY:?? Rooms and Board Rooms for Housekeeping 09 FOR RENT--Three unfurnhhed rooms on fln-t floor. East Green street. Phone 1882. FOR RENT--Two and one furnished light housekeeping rooms. 124 South Sixth strcel. CHESTNUT STREET. 1208--Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping, Prlvale bath. irarnKc. Phone 1G3. FINE LATE MODEL USED CARS E. E. VAN SCOY. INC. 2S9 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243. LATE MODEL USED CARSI HETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO. SCOTTDALE. FENNA. PHONE 407. THE CLOSER you stick to classified ·ds the closer your money will stick to you and the farther It will co when you spend Jt. REMEMBER. Tha more you say. the quicker It pays. ECONOMY OF TIME, money and eBort results from Classified reading. Printlnc. Engraving, Binding 27 E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUR PRINTING WORKI Letter Headsl--Bill Heads! For Rent Cards!--For Sale Cards! Calling Cards!--Hand Bills!--Binding I No Trespassing Signs For Sale! All Work Guaranteed! At Reasonable Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 65. COURIER BLDG. OR PHONE RESIDENCE. M. You tell us and well tell tho worldt Yearly rates upon request TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 54 a ·23 30.. n 20 14 IZ 42. 2S 10 2/V 48 ·ACROSS. 1--Forbidden 20--The Roman- -by tradition - pound 6--Not as good 22--Exclama- 11--Aggressive- i tlon ly haughty 23--Ineffectual 13--To soak flax 26--Upon 14--Well known 27--Plural form climbing vine -- 15---Charactei- 'Istic sound of a cow 16--Baby car- .rlage · (shortened form) ot I for thoron ceited 32--Spun wool 34--Tavern 35--A dandy 37--A cry_to.-^. frighten .; ."· -shuffling - -- way " - " (colloq.) 21--Japanese copper coin 22--Chop 24--Vexes 25--Pathways _ · 28--A dwarf of -- the caves (myth.) 29--Endorsement on a passport 30--Measure of ' - · length 31--An iota 33--Son of Adam · 35--Marsh 35--A hog 39--Back (prefix) , 40--A state of the United States (ab.) Answer-to previous puzzle 18--Cries llko a 3S--Reticently cat 41--Ash-colored 19--Pronoun 42--Vexes 1 DOWN 1--Inert 10--Self; as the. 2--Prevent seat of con-3--Greek letter sclousness ··"" 4--Conjunction (pi.) ~.~ C--Japanese ., 12--Girl's nariiS: sash 17--One who *"." 6--«SlhSSt builds with , T--Conjunction stone S--White frost IS--To movo in a 0--Sootlesa 2 FARM HORSES--I Ay«T*hlre cow. G year* old; 3 white Chrsler PJrs. 5 month* old. 5 while Pckln ducX 1 : 2 ton hay. timothy, alfalfa Cull 4101-R-S1. FOR RKNT--One bedroom, t.*dy pr« fcrrr-d. 103 Haa^ avcnur. Poultry, KEJTS and Supplies 49 BABY CHICKS--Plan noiv to eel your chicks. All blood tested. Leghorns from R. O. P. flocks. Ncwhamp'hlre* from Hubbard 'and Christy strnnds. Other breed* from hlch production flocks. "OUR PR1CF. IS RIGHT-- WE HATCH RIGHT--YOU START HIGHT --THEY GROW RIGHT.' This f i the kind you buy at The Sunbeam Hatch- cry, Bealhvllle. Pa, Route 40. Merchandise Articles for Sale Wanted--Roonut or Board 73 WANT TO RKNT--Tv'o or three unfurnished rooms for llcht housekeeping or unall apartment. Write E. T. Care of Courier, WANTED--Girl to shnre apartment with young; buslnri* uoman. Mint furnish reference. Phono 334-J. Real Estate for Rent Apartments nnd Flats 71 FOR RENT--Down Tr.wn apartment, five room* nd bath. Heat and uatcr furnished. Immediate posivMon. 122 So Pittsburgh St. Phone 311. FOR SALE--1 pair Dayton computing scales. C. S. Shultz. K. D 2. Con- nellsvllle. Pa. Phone 4100-R-12. Buildings, Building Materials S3 IF YOU ARE--PatchlnB thnt imall break In the kitchen \\all, or plasterinK every wall in the house. \\e can furnish your needs. Stone St Work. Phone 1700. Farm and Dairy Products 55 MR. FARMER HERE'S MONEY IN YOUR POCKET1 Why not run a small Inexpensive Classified Ad tn our Classified Section which will find a market for your farm products, your live stock, your farm 'mplements, and household Roods? You will find many people who want to buy the many thing* you havo tor sale I The Daily Courier has a larco rural circulation which makes It the popular choice among tho farmers and assures you that your message will reach tho people who aro In tho market for your" products. You Will Find: Our rates In the above Classified heading. All · Classified Ads aro payable In advance! Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 56 BEST QUALITY -- 0-Ft cokinK coal, moderately priced. Immediate delivery. Gerald Schomcr. phone 1991. CUSTOM COAL--lOc. 12c and 13c delivered. Georcc W. Kern. Connellsvllle. Phone 4121-R-ll. IP YOU HAVE A STOKER--Try n load of our specially prepared stoker coal. Stone Work. Phono 1700. GENUINE WASHINGTON RUN COAL-Wm Dull i Son Phono C'ville. 107: Dawbon, 3201 or 3631. COAL--9 ft. black, run of mine coal. 7c buj,hcl at bin. lOc delivered. Cash. Joe Obwclscr. Dawson. Phono 4030. FOR RKNT--Apartments. Inquire Smutz Apartment Duildtnc. 715 Crawford avenue. West Stde. Ru.slnes.5 Places for Kent 75 FOR RENT--Service station. Good lo c.'ilion. State bminr-s.-; rxpfrtence and reference. Box W. care Courier. IIou.scu for Kent 77 KOR RKNT--Five room house, furnished reasonable rent; 237'i Eas.1 Fatrvlew avcnuu. Call 772-W. Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate DON'T FORGET--You can own the homi you have been drenmins about. Conn In and I will tell you how. Many Qni homes in a!^ bccUons of the city. PETER R. WEIMER WEIMER ARCADE PROPERTIES FOR S\LE OR RENT! T. C. PHALIN SO. CONNELLSVILLE. P/ PHONE 975 Farms and Land for Sale S3 FOR SALE--72 acre form, eight r house. Inquire Hurst Gallachcr. Daw son. Pa. Houses for Sale A REAL EUYI BLACKSTONE ROAD, 716-718 WEST SIDE--Twelve room double houso with bath and heater, all modern. Thl property must be sold at once to settle estate Immediate possession. Price reduced to $1.500. PAUL WAGONER 1003 W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE. 148 REAL BUYS IN REAL ESTATE! COAL--Good black lumpy run of mine. lOc bushel, delivered. Cash. Koballa Bros. Phone 2037. COAL--Sc. lOc. lie. 12e. por buihel. Screened coal 13c. Phone 4105-R-2. IT IS ONLY necessary to tell people where real bargains ore to be found and a crowd will soon bo there, Classlilcd ads aro constantly pointing the way to real valuo for hundreds of people v.ho regularly look to them for guidance. YOUR MONEY REFUNDED If you get the desired results ceforc your ad expires. Why not advertise that extra dresser? SPRINGFIELD PIKE--Service Station and Lunch Room. MURPHY AVENUE--Small four room building and four lots. VINE STREET--Two, eight room house I and one, six room house. I LOGAN'S CROSSING--Four room house 25 acres of good farm land. McCOY HOLLOW ROAD -- Six room house and six acres of land. COTTAGE AVENUE--Five room hous and six room house. SOUTH CONNELLSVILLL -- Six room house. SYCAMORE STREET--Six room house. WM. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 17GO IF' YOU DON'T sec \ihat ou want In this wcilon. advcrljsc for It. Phone. U or 13 for an ad-taker. PATRONIZE those who acivcrtiicl USE Classified Ails for reiulUsl c X^ LED BRUCE: COPYRIGHT BY LEO BRUCE i ROXASCP BYCTHTRAL. PBSAl ASSOCIATION · CHAD THIS FIRST; Three famous detectives, Jbord Simon. M. Picon and MonutKnor Smith, arc invcBtlfiaUns the murder ol Mrs. Mary Thurston, mlddlo-aged wifo of a ro- tired English physician who has bocn / found Bluln in bca during a week end party at the Thuraton homo near Ixm- don. Those m tho house when Ur«. Thurston retired wcro her husband; Townsend. tho author: Wllllama. the family lawyer: Strickland, a aports- inan, and tho servants. Throo piercing screams preceded tho discovery of the trnRCdy. iira. Thurston'o bedroom door woo bolted from tho inside nnd tho only open window revealed a 20-foot drup to tho ground. In tho cnrden below Townaend found the murder weapon, a Chinese knife, taken from the Thurston hallway, air. Rider, tho vicar, a dinner KUCC tho evening of tho murder, left tho Thuraton homo shortly before the alnylng occurred. Towoscnd and MKF. Smith arc Invcstl- Rating tlio Thuraton ffymna«lum. Tho three detectives end Sergeant IJcef. the locM constable, conduct their ro- acai-aca independently. NOW GO ON WITH THK STORX: CHAPTER 14 ; I HAVE explained that even be- \ fore wo had started to break the door down, Norria was with us, and Stall, Strickland and Fell owes' had all appeared within a few moments--too few moments for any of them to havo climbed a rope, entered by the upper windows and como down to join uo. That left; only the Vicar, the cook and the parlor maid ao possible rope- cllmbcrs. It was safe to exclude Lhc two women from suspicion of this feat. As for the Vicar, we had Stall's word that he had admitted him some time after the crime. But more final than that was tho fact that if he had murdered Mary Thurslon and escaped by climbing the rope, he would cither have had to climb and enter tho upper window as we were coming upstair* and breaking in, OP have delayed his climb. In the first of these cases he would ccr- taJnly havo been heard or seen entering the apple room by Stall and Fell owes, who were OD that floor at tho time, or his rope would Htlli have been dangling, and he on it, outside tho window ·when Williams had opened it. No, oo tho whole, I was Inclined to discount the whole of tho rope theory. Z will concede a great deal to human agility, but not the quickness of action that would have been necessary In this case. There remained some of the more subtle possibilities, or half- possibilities, which I remembered tuid turned into successful theories In other cases of murder behind locked doors, nnd for these everyone was in some way suspect. In my consideration up to this point I hnd Ignored all questions of psychology, and had not been owaycd by my knowledge of the characters of people concerned. In my heart, for instance, I could not suspect Followed or the Vicar of murder, but I had Included them tut suspects ao long as the facts made it possible for ono of them to bo guilty. And so now. as I considered the wiler enigmas of time, ns opposed to those of place, I excluded no one. I could not see, for instance, how cither Williams or Thurston could be guilty, since I had been with them continuously from the time Mary Thurston hod left the room, to the time of tho scream, and had not lost sight of them even after that until the discovery of tho corpse. And hero an Ingenious theory half-presented Itself, to bo contradicted nt once by irrefutable fact. For if I had not seen that terrible figure on the bed In the moment of brooking in the panel, and If there had jbccn no light In tho room, it might hnvo been conceivable ·however far-fetched--that Thur- S ston himself could have walked Into the room in front of us and murdered her in our presence without our suspecting him. Ho could have arranged something In tho room which would havo given her n severe fright to cause those rending screams, and so have hnd an nlibi. I was rather proud of having thought this out, and seriously considered using it as a plot for a murder story. But in this case it did not fit. The light in Ibe room had not been strong, but It had been quite sufficient to show me tho revolting sight on The sergeant drew out his book and waited. ,hc bed as soon as T bad broken top panel, and quite sufficient me and Williams to have seen every movement of Thurston's when he entered tho room first. Ho had simply crossed to hfs wife, ilaccd his hand on her heart and .old us that she was dead. Ingenious though I considered Jiis, I was a, little ashamed of dragging Thurston into my theories, until I realized that everyone must be considered suspect by .he real investigator. There was Williams himself, for Instance. Was there any imaginable means jy which Williams could be implicated? Was there any trick of :imc or place such as I had learned to look for in my stud of crlm- nal Investigation as It Is publicly understood, which could connect Dr. Tate or even the Police Ser- jeant with the murder? Or the aarlor-maid? Or the cook? I tnew better than to dismiss any of them as quite obviously Innocent. If I bad learned nothing else from my study of the methods oT the three great men sitting near me, I had learned this, that Lhcy would eventually pick out tho one person I had not suspected. So I followed the simple [lon of suspecting everyone- 1 was determined not to be sur* irlscd. But tho maddening fact re* mnlncd chat, suspect bow I would, I could find 00 adequate reason Tor connecting anyone in that houso with Mary Thurston's murder, and my suspicions were noth' Ing In the end but the most hu* milinting littlo attempts to be licvo that those I disliked, such as Norris and Stall, had been responsible, and that those I liked, such as Williams and Fcllowc*s, hnd not. Which. I recognized, was a method owing nothing to deduction. And yet--well, someone * had dono it. It was not suicide. A woman does not scream three times and then cut her own throat with a gash which a doctor attributes to a very powerful man. And thnt someone would bo discovered. Thnt, too, was certain enough, I had never known a case in which any ono of these three Investigators was concerned to end with tho mystery unsolved, let alone a cose which all three of them had taken up. And if the clues discovered had taught them so much that Lord Simon PI imso 11 was calmly looking at a book, and M. Picon rcstfully peering into tho ftro, and Mgr. Smith discussing medieval art, then surely I could cam something from them? Tho ropes, the tattoo marks, tho marked advertisements, the snuff, the fact that the Vicar had ' called something a washbasin, the jewels In Strickland's room--why, [ asked myself, did thcso mean so much to the great brains near me, and so little to me? Because, 7 :old myself, these men were investigators, while I was a mere observer. But I wished, how I wished, I had a theory, just or they had. Never mind. In i few momenta now the cross-examination was to begin, and no doubt that would make everything clear. When tea wag cleared away Strickltihi and Norrls tactfully .eft the room, for it had been understood that only Thurston, Williams and I were to be present during the Inquiry. It must havo been about five o'clock when Sergeant Beef was shown in, and nodded to us, rather in tho manner of a man who thinks that hc must be on the defensive, Doubt-j less he ielt somewhat out of place. With nig raw red face and thirstyi mustache he looked as though ho would have been happier in tho local public bar. However, he did not push himself forward, but taking the most upright chair bo could find ho drew out his enormous black notebook, and waited. Then Thurston come in. I had not seen him since tho previous evening, and looked anxiously towards him while he was being Introduced by Sam Williams to eacb in turn of the three investigators. Ho looked yellow and very wretchea, but he managed to force a feeble smile as be shook hands, "I don't want to be in the room while you gentlemen inquire Into this . . . " bo said slowly, "so I thought I would come down first and give you all the Information that I can. And If you want to sec me again about anything when you have made more inquiries. X will do my best to help you. I appreciate the efforts which you aro making to clear this up." "Wo all sympathize very deeply/' said Lord Simon, his volca becoming quite sincere. I liked him for that remark. Thuroton nodded. "I'll tell you all I con," he said, "and there Is a certain amount of . . . family history whlfh you must know. I havo discussed the matter with Mr. Williams, who besides being my lawyer Is an old friend, and wo both ngrco that you should hear It." (To Bo Continued) Real Estate for Sole nouses for Sale 84 FOR SALJv--Double house, five rooms each side, baths and furnace. South 4th street. West Side. 81,800. Robert Norrls. Phone 505. FOR SALE--Nice six room house with bath, extra deep lot Good location, 208 East Fairvlew avenue. Bobcrt Norris. Phone 505. HERE IS THE HOME YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR! CROSSLAND ROAD--Just one-half mile from tho City Limits. Ten room house Including three acres of land and outbuildings, two baths, electricity, new steam furnace, garage and laundry. Just recently remodeled and In tho very best of condition. Price Is reasonable. Inquire, Wm. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1760. Lois For Sale JI5 SEVERAL NICE BUILDING LOTS I FOR SALE--At Poplar Grove. 60x140 ft. City water nnd gas, telephone service, near Street Car lino nnd highway. If you arc interested In cood building lots at real Bargain Prices, sec C. B. McCormlck. Poplar Grove. Pnone. Con- ncUsviHc, 1204 -3, or write Post Office Box 144. Conne:tsvillc. Pa, IN DOING bmincss inc Classified Way you arc influenced to buy nothing except your own needs and tho value of tho goods offered WHENEVER you have a real need to nil the Classified Section will help you to Oil It quickly, as easily nnd Inexpensively IN WRITING n Classified Ad l-e sure to tell all the facts which you would want to know it you yourself were a prospective buyer. T1EERE ARE many things obUinable through the Classified Ads that it would ba difficult to sci in any other way. Rcol Estate for Sole Shore, Mountain, Lake for Sale 86 WONDERFUL LOCATIONS FOR SUMMER HOME I Mill Hun Section Overlooking Indian Creek Reservoir. WHY NOT BUILD--Your own summer cottage? Pick out your own location, some near Mill Run Creek, others near the Reservoir. Good hunting and fish- 1ns territory. Excellent concrete highway, also, electric light and telephone service available. Willing to sell thcstf plots of one acre In size from $50 and up. If Interested, inquire. J. C. May at Mill Run or phone, Indian Head. I9-IM. Auctions--Legals Notices. 91 ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. THE ESTATE OF RAYMOND R. Ringer. Into of South ConnellsvJllc, Kay- ettc County. Pa., deceased. Letter* of Administration in the above estate having been granted to the undersigned, notice Is hereby given to all persons indebted to the said decedent to make payment to the undersigned without delay, and nil persons having claims or demands against said estate arc requested to make known the same. W. S. Ringer, Administrator. South Connellsvllle, Pa. HIgbce, Lcwcllyn Higbec. Attorneys. / 7fcb-6t-mon. CLASSIFIED purchasers are not regretted bccaues they arc only made when the buyer needs to buv and tha seller needs to sclL DID YOU LOSE your purse or card case? Let us run a Lost and Found ad for you. Just phone. 12 or 13 lor an ad- lakcr. YOU TELL US your details and well write your ad. Phone 12 or 13 Tor an ad-takcr. AS LONG AS you have the Classified Section, you needn't wall long to obtain anytliInc ou need--It is easy to get. PATRONIZE 1OM who advertise. Mount Pleasant Beats Franklin MOUNT PLEASANT, Feb. 7.-Ramsay High's wrestlers won their seventh straight victory ot the year by scoring a 43 to 3 decision over Franklin Township High at Murrysville, winning all but one bout. Mount Pleasant meets West Newton at home tomorro%v afternoon at 3 o'clock. The summary: 85-pound class--Stanley of Mount Pleasant won by fall over Chercpko in five minutes, 95-pound class--Davis of Mount Pleasant won over Waltenbaugh by fall in five minutes. 105-pound class--Zcglm'of Mount Pleasant won by fall over Kacler in 4:10. 115-pound class -- Gettemy of Mount Pleasant won by fall over Patty m 3:35. 125 - pound clots -- Cernulo of Mount Pleasant won by fall over Cherepko in 1:15. 135-pound clabs--King of Mount Pleasant won by fall over King in 4:10. 145-pound class--Kalp of Mount Pleasant won by decision over Wible. 155-pound clabs--G. Shumar of Mount Pleasant won by fall over Merrills in 1:20. 165-pound class--O. Fiandaca of Mount Pleasant lost to Guarlotti of Franklin Township by decision. Heavyweight class--S. Fiandaca of Mount Pleasant wort by fall over Barttonucci in 2:40. Referee--Parcscny, Turtle Creek. An exhibition bout in 125-pound class was won by J. Shumar of Mount Plca.s-ant by fall over Cavicchio in 1:25. Pitt Dribblers Swamped. Notto Dninc i.m wild to Je£:at Pitt, 51 to 17, Satuiday nisht at the Irish sym in a basketball same. The Ramblers led, 23-D, at the ualL

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