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PAGE EIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE, PA. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 8,1038. Courier Classified Advertisements For Quick Results / -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- ' Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. 1 and Z Times: Per line. 9c cash: lOo charge. Ads to Bo Run 3 Times: Per line, 7c cash; So charge. Ill Ads to be 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/' 5,Qc : Flat Rate. Phone 12 or 13 for an/Ad-Taker 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 METZGER--We desire to thank our nidiiy friends and neighbors for the JOndnes-s _ nnd sympathy extended us during our recent sad bereavement, tho death of _ our" dear ixife~and~hioUior;~"Mri.. Elira" toeth MctrgCT. Especially do we wt^h - to thank those uho MÂ»nt_tho beautiful ! , flowers, those who so. Xlndly furniÂ«hcd carr and alt*who a-swted w*_-in nny ua I -- Mr. Henry Mefzgcr and family. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 WAX--We sincerely thnnk our neighbors _. and._fricnds lor the kindness and !ym- - pathy extended us durinp our rrcent bereavement, the dcAth of Walter Wax. ^, Especially do \\e thnnk those uho -- luml"hed cars. Mr. and Mrs. J. F _ Brown and family. ' Flowers and Mournms Goods 4 BASKETS Â«: SPftAXS AT REASONABLE PRICES1 P. K. DcMUTH SONS C'VILLE--59 SCOTTDALE--834 Funeral Directors --SIBEL FUNHftAL HOME-- Tlie Laxt Word In Funeral Service.** CALL. CONNCLLSVILLE 150. Strayed, Lost, Found 10 LOST OR STRAYED--EnsLsh Setter. '- female. $25 00 reward for any in~ formation or return. R .T Llnlngcr. _j_SprlnÂ£fic!d Pike. Phone 4118-R-3. LOST--Sum of-moncy. Rewaru. Box 5, care Courier. -O-K.- USED CARS NOW ON DISPLAY ON OUR USED CAR LOT WEST CRAWFORD AVE. NEXT TO WF.RTIIEIMER MEN'S STORE AND ALSO INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 157 WEST APPLE STREET. MASON MOTOR COMPANY. Open Evenings 'till 9 o'clock. Open Sundays 'till 6 o'clock PHONE 1M. SEE OUR USED CARS NOW ON UISPLAY ON OUB USED CAR LOT A.VD ON OUR SECOND FLOOR WEST SIDE MOTOR CO. W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE -407.' Autos, Accessories, Tires. Tarts 13 Business Service Printing, Encravlne. Binding 27 E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUR PRINTING WOIIKI Letter HeÂ«dÂ»l--Bill Heads! For Rent Curds 1--For Sislo Card*! Calllnc CÂ»rdil--Hand Dtllil--nmdtnm No Tre5p.iMJni; Slftns For Salol All Work Guarantefdl At Reasonable RatcAl COURIER JOB DF.PARTMENT. PHONE 65 COURIER BLOC. OR PHONE RESIDENCE. 91. Professional Services 28 CORRECT FITTING TtlUSSES~ElÂ«itlc Hosiery and other surgical appliance* A. A. Clarke. PH. C. DruCKUt K"3 North PltUburs street. Phone 1J4 Automotive ALL CAR CHAINS - '. OFK ALL. CAR HEATERS ,, 'Â» OFF! STORAGE BATTKKY (EXCH.) W ,19 MOTOR OIL. 2 GALLON'S 7^ ALCOHOL. PER GALLON' - - 5V FOG LIGHTS 3lin PAIR. J l "1 B BATTERIFS . Die \ MIDGET HAOIOS S1IKS UP [-LOWEST PKICKS. AUTO PARTS. TIRES. RADIO TUBES ACCESSORIES. GOLDK TIIiE ft RADIO COMPANY. 120 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PIIONTI 10. | r-l Kepalrfnr and KcftnUhinc 29 UrHOLSTT.RING-- Repair*, factory mrlh- cxl* AwnlnR*. -.tip co\ers LateM fabrics. RudolpliX 131 E FÂ»lrvlcw A\e. Phone 1HI7-J. Automobiles for Sale LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! SEE US BEFORE YOU BUYI SAVE YOURSELF MONEY THESE CARS MUST BE SOLD! AH. RECONDITIONED-And ready for the road. Come In today and sec for yourself. Very easy terms can be arranged. Let us show you howl Look These Over! 1929 Hupmobllc 4-door Sedan .. . $ 35 1029 Plymouth 4-door Sedan . - -S 45 1929 Plymouth Coupe . 5 65 3-1529 Ford 4-door Sedans, each .Â»_ $ 25 1929 Chevrolet 2-door Sedan . - $ G5 3930 Ford Tudor Sedan .. J 85 3931 Chevrolet 2-door Sedan J 05 1931 Bulck Sport Counc $ 95 3931 Bulck 4-door Sedan . . 5125 J930 Ford Sport Roadster _ $ 75 2-1930 Pontlac 4-door Sedans, each S 75 5-1933 Ford V-8 Tudor Sedans, each $225 . 1934 Ford V-3 Tudor Sedan . $250 1933 Studebaker Coupe $175 Very Easy Terms Arranged! S BENNETT MOTOR SALES PONTIAC SALES SERVICE SÂ»7 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE. 1234 Employment Merchandise Household Goods 59 Â»OR SALE! -- FOR SALE! IJAHGA5SS--!n all kinds of uwd lurnl- turc Including wjittiinc machines *o flat tnp deiki. addlnc machines and lpewrller'. DULLS STORAGK 123 EAST PEACH STREET. PHONE. M. STORE WIDE REDUCTIONSl ON ALL FURN1TURK. RUGS AND STOVES COME IN! bEEl AND SAVEI LARGE THADE-IN ALLOWANCES. MERVI.S FURNITURE COMPANY. NORTH P1TTSBURG ST. PHONE 2050 YOUR CREDIT 16 GOOD HERE! Wanted--To Buy CE Help Wanted--Female 32 Wanted--Automotive WANTED--Automobile. 3937 model. Musi be in Rood condition and low price Write Box 70. core Courier. CASH FOR YOUR AUTOMOBILE-- MuÂ« be a barcaln Write Automobile, care of Courier. dcseriblnK car and price. WANTED--Experienced jrlrl fop eenrra] housework Small famllx. Write Box (S. care Courier. Help Wanted--Male 33 I VACANCY--Old line In-oirancc Company. Must ha\c cÂ»ir. Good references required Appl 413 Sfconri National liank Bide. Unlontown. Pa Business Service Business Service Offered 18 $1 OILS--And makes minor adjustments on any sewing mnchine In your home. Parts extra. Phone 890. Troutman'Â«. UPHOLSTERING. AWNINGS -- FUHNI- TURE REPAIRING. QUALITY WORK. Call FISHER, Phone 0C43. FINE LATE MODEL USED CARS E. E. VAN SCOY. INC. 233 E. CRAWFORD AVE. I'HONE 243. LATE MODEL USED CARSI KETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO. SCOTTDALE. PENNA. PHONE 407. ECONOMY OF TIME, money nnd effort results from Classified reading. You tell us and well tell Yearly rates upon request. Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KIND EXCEPT LIFE. FAYETTE REALTY CO. PHONE 1375 T.,D. GARDNER, MGR. WANTED--Tvo Electric Appliance Sale*- m?n Experience nol ncccssao. as Kclvlnator appliance* nre easily j-old Frank Sweeney. 127 E Crawford Avc. Financial Xccd Money 40-B DEPENDABLE INSURANCE--All kinds. Sec mo for rates. James R. Laughlln. Insurance, 209 Fl rs t Natl onal Bank Building. Phono 520. Moving:, Trucking, Storage 25 DULL'S TRANSFER Se STORAGE. Local and long distance moving. Every load Insured, Modern storage for household goods. Wo do crating for shipment by rait Phone 50. 122 East Peach street Get n "PERSONAL" LOAN to Clean up Xmn Bills Or Olher Old Debts' Consolidate ALL your bill* with our PEHSONAL-Jred s e r v i c e . Small Monthly repayments. Come in NOW! LOANS up to $300--ALL PLANS. PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY. Over McCrory**: Storf Phone 34. WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE. Livestock Poultry, Eggs and Supplies CLASSIFIED purchasers arc not regretted bccaucs they arc only made when tho buyer needs to buv nnd the seller needs to sell. DID YOU LOSE your purse or card case? Let us run a Lost and Found ad for you. Just phone. 12 or 13 for an ad- takcr. " REMEMBER. Tho more you tyy, tho quicker It pays. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 26 15 18 27 Â·19 :_-...--- ACROSS - 1--Roman poet 27--Often (po- *--Tributary of etic form) the Hudson 29--More ra- rlvcr tional 10--Belonging 30--A mast to us 31--An Island 12--Swim east of Java 13--In fact 32--Peruvian 16--To rest silver coin 17--A knot of 34--Gone by short hair 36--Title of a 18--Up to the knight Umo of 37--A province 20--Grampus Â· in northeast* 21--Sheared ern British" 23--Man's namo India 1 24--Exhaust 38--Piece DOWN" l--A. river of 7--Garret South Amor- 8--Thrash lea 9--Lour island 2--Pertaining or reef to iodine 11--Second note !--Combat be- of tho scale, tweon two 14--Conjunction people 15--A stupid "liver In person Siberia 19--dose connecting Lake St. Clalr and Lake Eric 23--A canvas roof-like cover 25--Habit 26--Claw of a bird 27-- Musical drama 28 -- Greatly 31-- Title given to tho founder of Babism. 33 -- Form of the verb "to be" 35-- Each (ab l Answer to previous puzzle i V s e V s Y CASH IS WHAT WE PAY-- BRING IN ALL YOUR LARGE CLEAN WHITE HAGS TO TIffi DAILY COURIER OKFICK TO- DAY AND W; WILL PAY YOU -5C** PER POUXD WHY NOT LOOK AROUND AND MAKE YOLT.SEI- OME SPENDLNG MONEY3 11 ? Rooms and Board Rooms for Ilousckecpli.i; 69 FOP. RENT--Three unfurnished rooms on ftrvt, floor. East Green street. Phone 1882 CHESTNUT STREET. 120ft--Two Sut- niched rootm for llcht hou^ekcepl Private bath, jraracc. Phone 163 FOR RENT--Three furnWied rooms pnwte bflth Also Â»uliable for two Kcm.cmrn. Inquire 121G Chestnut St FOR RENT--One bedroom. ' ady preferred. 109 Hans avcmie. Wanfcc!--Rooms or Board 73 WANT TO RENT--Two or three unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping or *mall apartment. Write E. T. Caro of Courier. WANTED--Girl to share apartment with younK buiinc^s \vomnn Must furnish reference. Phone 334-J. BABY CHICKS--Plan now to Ket your chicks AH blood tested. Lcshorns irom R. O. P. flocks. Nrwhamp^Mrcs from Hubbard and Christy strands. Other brccd-s from hlp.h production flocks "OUR PRICE IS RIGHT--WE j HATCH RIGHT--YOU START RIGHT --THEY GROW RIGHT." This la the kind you buy at The Sunbeam Hatchery, Bcallsvillc. Pa . Route 40. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 7-1 FOR. RENT--Down town apartment, flve rooms nd bath Heat and water furnished. Immediate possession. 122 So. Pittsburgh St. Phone 341. Merchandise Articles for Salo 51 FOR SALE--1 pair Dayton compuHng scales. C. S. Shultz, R. D. 2, Con- ncllsvIHe. Pa. Phone 4100-R-12. Barter and Exchange 51-A WANTED TO TRADE--A battery charger for a used typewriter. Phone 262-R. Bull dines, Building Materials 53 PLASTER--And finish Hmo to -mit your needs. Complete f-tock at all times. Slonc . Work. Phone 1700 Farm and Dairy Products 55 MR. FARMER HERE'S MONEY IN YOUR POCKET1 Why not run a small Inexpensive Classified Ad In our Classified ' Section which will find n market for your farm products, your llva stocfc, your farm 'mplcmcnts. and household Roods? You will find many people who want to buy the many things you have for sale) The Daily Courier jhas * larfie rural circulation uhlch makes tt the popular cholco among the farmers and assures you that your message will reach the people who ore to tho market for your products. You Will Find: Our rates In the above Classified hcadlnc. All Classified Ads are payable In edvancc i Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers COAL--9-lt ConncllÂ£vlllc cokinc. lump and run of mine Pittsburgh Champion nut coal and large lump Coke, all sizes Stono Work Phone 1700. BEST QUALITY -- 9-Ft coking coal, moderately priced. Immediate dcJivcry. Gerald Schomcr. Phone 1091. CUSTOM COAI^-lOc, I2c and 13c delivered George W. Kern. Connellsvlilc. Phono 4121-K-ll, GENUINE WASHINGTON RUN COAL-Wm Dull Son Phono C'ville, 107; Dawson, 32C1 or 3631. IN DOING business ihc C In.milled Way you are Influenced to buy nothing except your OIA n needs and tho value of the goods offered. WHENEVER you have a real need to au the Classified Section will help you to fill it quickly, as easily and Inexpensively YOU TELL Ub jour details and we'll writr your Â«d Phone 12 or 13 for AH ad-Ukex. FOR RENT--Four room furnKhed apartment with bath, electric refrigerator, garage Adults. 208 West Washington avenue. FOR RENT--Apartments. Inquire Smuts Apartment Building, 715 Crawford avenue. West Side. Business Places for Rent 75 FOR RENT--Service station* Good, location. State business experience and reference. Box SO. caro Courier. Farms and Land for Rent 76 TOR HENT--$Z 00. Twenty-five acres, six room houic, water, furnace, garage, fruit, near^Conncllsvillc. Union 'Really Company, Unlontown. Telephone 1G8. Houses for Rent 77 FOR RENT--Five room house, furnished, reasonable rent; 237!- Ens! Fairvlew avenue. Call 772-W. Real ^Estate for Safe Brokers In RCA! Estate SOMETHING FOR NOTHING? NO--But more for your Real Estate Dollar than you 1*111 ever get again. BUY NOWt PETER R. VE1MER WE1MER ARCADE. PROPERTIES FOR S*LE OR RENTI T. C. PIIALIN SO. CONNELLSVILLE. P/ PHONE 973. HODSCS for Sale 84 REAL BUYS IN REAL ESTATE! SPRINGFIELD PIKE--Service Station and Lunch Room. MURPHY AVENUE--Small four room building nnd tuo loth. VINE STREET--Two. eight room houses and one, six room house. 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 house nnd six room house. SOUTH CONNELLSVILLL -- Six room house. SYCAMORE STREET--Six room house. WM. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING, PHONE 1760 IN WRITING a Classified Ad bo sure to tell all the facts \vhlch you would want to know If you yourself were a prospective buyer. THE CLOSER you stick to ctasfcined ads the cJoser our money will stick to you Â«nd the farther It will go v-hen you it. LED BRLJC COPYRIGHT BY LEO BRUCE* RELEASED BY CENTRAL PRESS UKAU THIH FIIiST: Threo fiunoua detectives, lxÂ»rd Simon. M, Picon and ilonslKnor Smith, aro InvcstlRatics the murder ot llrÂ«. Mary Thunrton, mlddlo-nRCd wife of a rc- Urcd Eny.ish physician who baa been found jilntn tn bed durlns n week-end party nt tho Thuretoa homo near lxn- don. Thojwi m tho nouso when Mrs. Thurston retired were her husband; Townscnti. the Author: Williams, tho frimlJy lawyer; Strickland. A sports- nmn. and tho servants. Three piercing ucrcams preceded tho discovery of tho tragedy. Mr*. Thurston'a bedroom door wan bolted from tho Inaldr find tho only open window relented a 119-foot drop to tho ground. Jn tho nnrdrn bcfow Towns"**! found the murder weapon, a Chinese Jcnlfc. t.ikcn from tho Thurston halltray. Mr. Jlldcr, tie vicar, a dinner cucftt the ovcnlDf: of the murder. left the Tlmntton homo shortly before Uio nlnyint; occurred. Townscnd and MKT. Mmith are Invpitl- KntlnK the Th urn ton Kymnanlum. Tho threw detectives and Sergeant Beef, the loan) conn! a b I c, conduct their re* iicarch^jj Independently. Dr. Thureton rc%e*lfi some or the family history for tho benefit ol the investigate re. NOW GO ON WITH TUB faTOHY: CHAPTER 15 THK SILENCK wo* broken by n movement from Sergeant Beef after Dr. Tburalon had said he would give us some of tho family history. Rather tactlessly. I thought, nt this point Beef pulled open bin notebook and made ponderous preparations to write In 1L "My wife hnd been married before," fald Thurston, and I started. "I will tell you the story, ao for na I know it. Sho was the only daughter of n Gloucestershire pnrson." His voice stumbled, but ho went on- "I never knew her parents, but I gather that they i were very hard-working, rather nevere icople, devoted to their daughter. Sho was brought up in a manner which even in those pre-war days would bavo been " considered strait-laced. But she Wrts quite happy, though that may fw?Â«n strange to the present generation. She worked, as her mother did, in the parish, nnd learned then, perhaps, to practice the unselflahncss which was hera by nature. Indeed, who could imngtnc her anywhere aa being anything -but happy and unselfish ?" There was a tense but sympathetic silence. At last Dr. Tbur- *ton went on. "A visitor to the parsonage woo a rich local landowner, a man very much her senior, who had made n fortune In Birmingham *md had recently retired to a Gloucestershire manor. He hnd lost bla wifo some years previously, and after he had met Mary a number of times he--in tho old-fashioned way--sought pcrmiflSioD of her father to ask Mary to marry him. The parson consented, but his wife raised one objection before the matter was mentioned to Mary. For this man, tn bis late middle age, Deemed in every way A desirable husband, except for tho fact that he hod a son." "Oh my Jjord! 1 * whispered Lord Simon PI I m so 11. "Mary had never scon this son, and to the best of my knowledge never did seo him. The boy had already got Â» bad name for himself--or at least so her first husband sold. He did not live with his father in Gloucestershire, and It was understood that ho was abroad--though whether ho was a mero lad sent on a training ship, or a grown man in the colonies, I do not know. Only bla very existence rather perturbed Mary's parents, which Is perhaps why she heard even so much of him as she did. Suppose ho should return, and cause trouble between Mary and her husband ? Suppose he should fall In lovo with Mary? You must imagine that her parents were simple people whoso Ideas on such matters were drawn largely from tbo sentimental novels of the day. "At all events the difficulty was talked over, and dismissed, You will gather some of the selfishness and unconscious brutality of such arrangements in those days, when I tell you that, so far as I can make out, it was arranged between Mary's parents and her husband that the don should bo kcp t out of the way. He was given on allowance, I believe, and Mary once told mo that the last that was heard of him for a long time was that he \vas thought to be, in America, But even then she wasn't sure If it was not Australia." iThuroton was speaking very slowly and thoughtfully. It seemed that be had ncrvt'd himself to this recital, and was determined to get through It, But It was easy to see that he was suffering. "They were married for 10 years," he continued, "and 1 think thru they were fairly happy together. Mary certainly never realized the faul ts of her first husband. Or of her second husband cither. If It comes to that. She was not a woman to find the faults in tiny human being. "During the early days ol their marriage, Mary lost both of her parents, and one of the few really confederate things her husband did for her was to leave the district of her first home, and move to a house about a mile from here. I tlrst met them when I attended tilm for influenza, not long after they moved. Then the war come, and Mary's stepson came home to serve, and did so with cjmc distinction. But even when he was on leave ho was not asked down to his father's home. Occasionally Mary's husband went up to town to meet him, and spoke rather more kindly of him at this period. But she never met him. 'After the war, the son, like so many sons v/ho hod fought, was again a problem. A few years on a private allowance abroad, followed by three or four years of war, do not represent the ideal training for a citizen. He was not a bad boy, but he was a difficult one. He had tho normal ..vices, slightly pronounced, and I'don't think be ever cared much for his father. He was put unsuccessfully into a number of Jobs, and sent to a number of places. But he hod a way of turning up In London. Not an unusual case, I suppose. 'It was after his father hod sent him with some finality to Canada that the old man made his will, and In tho circumstances I suppose it was fair enough, though not very generous to his SOIL The young man's small allowance was to be continued, tho rest ot the fortune was to provide an income for Mary during her lifetime, and,' should she die before the son, tt was to revert to him. Actually I do not believQ that Mary was very much older than her stepson, but she never seemed to her husband a young woman, because In his self-centered view she was his wife, and to be regarded as about bis own age. It was not therefore quite such an unfair arrangement in his mind as it may seem to you. He expressed the hope, in bis will, that should his son ever inherit the money he would by then have learned Its value." Again he paused. "You will understand that it is not very pleasant for me to go over all this. But I want to make things as cosy as possible for you. And whether It baa any bearing: on the matter or not, you might feel you had to find it out for yourselves, and so waste time. But I have nearly finished now. I attended my wife's first husband In his last illness. She and I were thrown together a great deal at that time. And those of you who knew her will not be surprised that we were married within a year of her becoming a widow." Williams murmured something, and Dr. Thurston shifted uncomfortably tn h,'s chair. "And now I must touch on something even more intimate." be said. "My wife had an income of nearly Â£2.000 a year. My own Income, apart from tho practice which I then had, was considerably, very considerably, less. I am not going 1 into all tho complications whJco follow when a poor man marries rich woman. But there arÂ« points I must explain. First of all, I myself was an Interested party in a will of my uncle's, by which I was then expecting shortly to lnhcrlt a sum of money rather larger than my wife's fortune. /This sum actually came to me about six months ago. It was delayed by some legal difficulty. Secondly, It might be as well for you to know how our private nanccs were arranged. My wifa retained her income absolutely In ner own hands, but at her own wish she met all the expenses of this house. My own private expenses were few, and my small ncorac amply sufficed for them. Since I have Inherited tho sum X Save mentioned, however, I have not allowed my wife to use her money for anything tut herself. The rest of the details, such as acr own will, you may learn from Mr. Williams." The investigators were looking up now. It was M. Picon who spoke. "And the stepson ? M bo queried. "Has never reappeared, " My wife used at one time to worry about him a great leal. Sho felt that she had taken away what justly belonged to him. She even went to the extent of advertising for him, but without result. You con Imagine how .concerned she was over anything like that. She was a very generous womaui." Lord Simon Plimsoll spoke rather uneasily. "You won't mind, Doctor, if we ask you one or two questions?" "By all means." "What was the name of Mrs. Thurston's first husband?" "Burroughs." "And the village where she was brought up?" "Watercombc, near Cheltenham." "And no' one has any idt-- what bos happened to this young man?" "I certainly have not." M. Picon broke in, "So that, hclas," he said, "ho might bo dead ?" "It ID possible," said Dr. Thur- stoc. "Or, on the other hand, he might be in this house," sold Lord Simon. Dr. Thurston smiled very faintly. "I don't think that Is likely. You sec, I know everyone here." "Yes, Doctor. But suppose--ot course It is the merest supposition --suppose that this young man had by any chanco reappeared. How long, for example, have you known Townsend ?" And be glanced without apology at me. "About three years." "And Strickland?" "Rather longer." "Do you happen to remember how you met Strickland?" 'My wife met him. In town, I believe. She had a good many friends. She asked him down bere, and I liked him. Always have done. Irresponsible fellow, but a very good bortl" "Then Norris, Doctor?" "Well, ho also came here through my wife, I know where she met hjm.-though. It was at tho Bagleys, about six miles from here. They make some pretensions towards being Iftcrary, I believe, and often have fellows like Norris staying there." "Then again, tho chauffeur. How did he come into your employ ? M "My wife engaged all the servants. She was far more practical than I am In such things." He paused. "But really, you know, Lord Simon, if you're supposing that my wife's stepson could have been in tho house, masquerading as one of our friends or employes, I must tell you that I think tne idea is too far-fetched. The fellow disappeared years ag-o." Lord Simon smiled. "You mustn't mind me, Doctor/" JM said, "I was born inquisitive." (Tp Be Continued) Real Estate for Sole nouses for Sale 84 A REAL BUYI BLACKSTONE ROAD. 716-718 WEST SIDE--Twelve room double house with bath and heater, all modern. This properly must be sold at once to settle estate Immediate possession. Price reduced to $1.500. PAUL WAGONER 1003 W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE. 148. FOR SALE--Nice six room houw with bath, extra deep lot. Good location. 208 East Fairvicw n venue. Robert Norris. Phono 505. HERE IS THE HOME YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR! CROSSLAND ROAD--Just one-hnlf mile from the City Limits. Ten room house Including three acres of land and outbuildings, two baths, electricity, new atcnm furnace. garaRC and laundry. Just recently remodeled and In the very best ot condition. Price Is reasonable. Inquire, Wm. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 17CO FOR SALE--Double house, flve rooms each side, bathi and furnace. South 4th street. West Side. $1.600 Robert Norris. Phone 505, Lois For Sale SEVERAL NICE BUILDING LOTS1 FOR SALE--At Poplar Grove, 60x140 ft. City Â·water and gas, telephone service. near Street Car line and highway. If you arc interested in good building lots at real Bargain Prices, see C. B. McCormlck. Poplar Ciovc, Phone, Con- ncllsvlllc, 1204-J, or write Post Office Box 144. Conncllsvllle, Pa. IT IS ONLY necessary to tell people where real bargains arc to bo found and a crowd \\111 soon be there Classified ads arc constantly pointing the way to Â·cal value for hundreds oC people who rccularly Joolc to them for culdancc. Real Estate for Sale Shore, Mountain, Lake for Sale 86 WONDERFUL LOCATIONS FOR SU.MMER HOME! Mill Run Section Overlooking Indian Creek Reservoir. WHY NOT BUILD--Your own summer cottage? Pick out your own location. some near Mill Run Creek, others near Uio Reservoir. Good hunting and fish- Ing territory. Excellent concrete highway, also, electric Iffiht and telephone service available. Willing to sell these plots of one acre In size from $50 and up If interested, inquire, J. C. May at Mill Run or phone. Indian Head, 10-R-4. Auctions--Legals Legal Notices. 91 ADMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE. THE ESTATE OF C. D. P1ERN. ALSO known m Crehccnzjo DiPicrno. late of Conncllsvillc. Fayctte County, Pa., deceased. Letters of Administration in the nbovc estate having been granted to the undersigned, notice is hereby given to all per- s indebted to the said decedent to make p.i merit to the undersigned without delay, and all persons having claims or demands against said estate arc requested lo make known the same. Rosa Piern , Administratrix, 209 N. Sixth Street. Conncllsville, Pa. Maxwell E Lizza, Attorney. 18jan-6t-tucs YOUR MONEY REFUNDED if you get the desired results oeforc your ad expires Why not advertise that extra dresser? THE CLASSIFIED SECTION offers n complete catalogue oÂ£ the wants and offers ot the people of Conncllsvlllo and vicinity. IF YOU DON'T see what you want in this section, advertise for it. Phone. 12 or 13 for an ad-t-ikcr. THERE ARE many things obtainable hrough the Classified Ada that It would jÂ« difllcult to cct in any other ty AS LONG AS you ha\c tho Classified Section, you needn't wait Jong to obtain anythlnc you need--It ii Â«asy to get. WPA Sewing Project Sponsorship Will Be Settled February 17 Special to The Courier. UNIONTOWN, Feb. 8.--Question of sponsorship for WPA sewing projects in the various counties will be threshed out at a State meeting oÂ£ county commissioners to be held Thursday, February 17, in Perm Albert Hotel, Gieensburg, it was announced Monday by Commissioner John W. Rankin. "We're going to decide who's who in this dispute and whether sponsorship of these sewing projects ot the WPA is the responsibility of commissioners," Rankin declared. Rankin and his associates, Arthur Higinbotham nnd Michael Karolcik, are at loggerheads with WPA authorities at the present time over the discontinuance of Fayctte county sewing piojects resulting in unemployment for 516 women. "If we aie going to sponsor it," Rankin asserted, "then we're goinff to have'a voice in the matter and there will be no politics--but a question solely of furnishing employment to women whose families are dependent upon their wages." The commissioner said the State board oÂ£ county commissioners would attend the pending session and that the sewing project sponsorship question "will be threshed out" to clarify the situation that has developed in this county. Commissioners in Washington, Allegheny and Westmoreland counties have indicated they intend to adopt the sUmd now taken by Fayette county, Rnnldn said. Violated Malt Act' Charge. UNIONTOWN, Feb. 8.--Charged .. ith employing minois in his beer g.uden at the Palncc Inn, George J. Eluu. is being held in the' county jail in violation of the mall act. He \vas .11 rested by State liquor enforcement agents Saturday slight.