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PAGE EIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 0,1934. Courier Classified Advertisements 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9c cash; lOc charge. For Quick. Results -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. [-1. Ads to Be Run 3'Times: m ·--' . Per line. .7c cashi'Sc charge. M Ads to be Eun 6 Times or More: Per line, 60 cash; 7o charge. These Rates Are Based On Consecutive Insertions, j ."}_·..:..-.-:.. There are five (5) average words to each.line. : -"Cards.of T.fiank's':-50c Flat Rate. ' . . Phone 12 ori 13 for an Ad-Taker. SpecM--Your Ad Inserted "7" Times for the Price of Six!--Spea'a/ .. No Adr Is Taken For Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Flowers and Moumins Coods 4 BASKETS · SPRAYS . . AT REASONABLE ;PRICESI .. P. B. DcMUTH SONS C-VILLE-^i» ... ' . SCOTTDALE--8M Funeral Directors --SIBEL FUNERAL HOMF "The Last Word In Funeral Service." CALL. CONNELLSVTELE- 150. / Personals MAN!--Get vlRor at'o'ricel. New Ostrcic. Tonic Tablets'contain."raw oyster In-.; vigorators and other stimulants. One dose peps up..organs; -elands, blood. Regular price SI.. Special . price 89C. Call, write Union Drufi Co. Automotive Autos, Accessories, .Tires, .Farts 13 Business Service Professional-" Services 28 ALL CAIl CHAINS : __..VI.OFF1 ALL CAR JIEATERS .../. .·....'...:.. ii OFF! STORAGE BATTERY' (EXCH.) '.. 53.33 MOTOR OIL. 2 GALLONS ......: 79c ALCOHOL. · PER GALLON ;.; S9c FOG LIGHTS-. -..-PER PAIR, $4.75: B'BATTERIES .'.../.i.:......:..'......:-';.- OBCJ MIDGET UADIOS $12.05 UP I LOWEST PRICES. AUTO PARTS. TIRES. RADIO TUBES ACCESSORIES. GOLDE TIRE RADIO COMPANY. 126 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 10. COrtHECT FITTING TRUSSES -- Elastic Hosiery and other surgical appliances. A. A. Clarke. PH.G. Druggist. 323 North Plttsburc. street. Phone 104. Repairing and Kcflnlshlns 29 UPHOLSTERING--Repairs, factory methods. Awnings, slip .covers. . Latest fabrics. -Rudolph's, 131 _-E. - Falrvicw Avc. Phone 1817-J. Wanted--Automotive - 17 | Employment WANTED--Automobile, 1937 model. Must Do in Kooid condition and ' low price. Write Box'70."'carc Courier. Strayed. Lost, Found ·- 10 LOST--Sum of money. Rcwaru. Box 5, care Courier. CASH FOR YOUR AUTOMOBILE--Must I be" a'bargain. Write Automobile, care ol Courier, describing car and priced Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 ro.-K." USED.CARS . : NOW ON DISPLAY ON' OUR USED CAB LOT ~ -WEST-CRAWFORD AVE. NEXT;TO_ WEBTHEIMER MEN'S STORE. ".7. AND-'ALSO----~ : .TrXNSIDE OUR GARAGE AT · 127-WEST-APPLE STREET. .'~~'MA"SON ; MOTOR COMPANY.- ",,· OperCEvenlnss 'till 9 o'clock. " Open Sundays till 6 o'clock. · -· PHONE 103. .-..-- .:SEE ODR USED CARS V. · · -NOW'ON DISPLAY-,".::.ON OUR;USED CAR LOT .. . . AND ON.PUB:SECOND TLopnv : WEST SIDE MOTOR CO. ' . CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE "407." FINE LATE MODEL USED CARS E. B. VAN SCOY. INC. E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243. LATE MODEL USED CARS I HETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO. SCOTTDALE. PENNA. PHONE «07. Business Service Business Scrvlco Offered IS SI OILS--Ana makes minor adjustments on any scwtnc machine in your home. Parts extra. Phono 800.. Troutman'i. UPHOLSTERING, AWNINGS .-- FURNITURE REPAIRING. QUALITY; WORK. Call FISHER. Phone 0645. Insurance and Surely Bonds 23 ·INSURANCE ALL KIND EXCEPT LIFE. FAYETTE REALTY CO. PHONE 1375. '.·'I T. D. GARDNER. MGR. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE--All kinds. .Sec me .for rales, James.R. .Laughlin. Insurance. SOD First National Bank BuUdlnc. Phono 520. '. Movinir, Trucking;, Storacc ZS · DULL'S. TRANSFER .STORACE. Local nnd long distance moving. Every load Insured. Modern storage for household goods. We do crating for shipment by rait Phono 50. 122 East Peach street. Printing. Engraving, Binding 27 LARGE SELECTION USED CARS I BENNETT MOTOR-SALES i 156 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234. ! Auto Trucks, Tractors, Trailers 12 ' FOR' SALE--Kinnham pole trailer. Model ~A. H. 30, three-ton capacity, equipped with vacuum brakes. Swivel and ., bolster and necessary parls lor operating a vacuum brake equipped " trailer. Can be seen 'at West Pcnn Power Company Garage. Farm Tractors, for Sale 12-A FOR SALE--Small-farm and garden tractors. 5 sizes. Write or call at Grovcr C. Sinslcy. R.-l. Scottdalc, Pa. E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN -ON YOUR PIUNTTNG-WORKI- Letter Heads 1--Bill Heads I For Rent Cardsl--For Sale Cardsl Calling CarcUl-Hand Bills!--Binding l No Trespassing Signs For Salol All Work Cuarantecdl 1 At Reasonable Ratcsl I COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. I j PHONE 65. COURIER BLDG OR PHONE RESIDENCE. »L YOUR MONEY REFUNDED If you get tho desired results before your ad ex- plreSL Why not advertls* that extra dresser? THE CLASSIFIED SECTION offers a complete catalogue of the wants and oilers oi the pcoplo of Conncllsvlllo and vicinity. YOU TELL US your details and well ·write your ad. Phono 12 or 13 for on ,»d-t»Jt«. IF YOU DONT see what you want In this section, advertise for 1C Phone. 12 or 13 for an a£-takcr. THERE ARC many things obtainable through tho Classified Ad* that It would bo difficult to get in any other vny. AS LONG AS you have tho Classified Section, you needn't wait long to obtain anything you need--it is easy to get ECONOMY OF TIME, money and cHort results from Classified reading. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE Today's uncharted..puzzlo starts with No. 1, across, a alx-lcUcr .word. Number I, down, a six-letter word. Fill to square at tho end of each word .and check with tomorrows solution. M-^Munches '..7-- A.conatel- latlon 11 -- Jauntily 12 -- A metal .13-- Northeast (abbr.) 14-- Scjn-- used '- to- prefix Scotch'" names 15-- Ceremony A'CEOSS (slang) .-24 -- A: saner 26-- Fasten with stitches 28 -- A swelling 30-- Eighth sign __________ of- tho zodiac 26-- A quarrel 32-- Wing-like - (slang) 34-- Ancient " """' " '35-- Pronoun ' 36-- Capital of Peru · · -houses 28 -- A nest for 21-- Fashion spiders' eggs 23-- Fifth sign »29-- Bare ~ of tho zodiac 30 -- Identical 24-- Also 31-- Diagram ' 25 -- An Inter- 33-- Falsehood mission 35 -- An outcry 38 -- Ruthenium (symbol) . . ------ ,,, 27-- Inscribed Answer to previous puzzle . ,16-- Race -~ 37r-Second sign 18-- Boy's njuno of thc,.zodiac 20-- Self , 39-- Profound DOWN"-" I--Fourth sign 7-- Stxth sign of the zodiac of the zodiac 2--Hasten . 8--An Indian of 3--Land toeas-' · airiroquolan ure 5-^Schcme 6-^-SUver In · Ingots. a» used '(o . ". tribe. . . 9-7Acqulred · · '10--Afresh ' ·'··'·'·' 16--JVfovable -- covpr ' 1"--In the pact ·· 19--A line of --: Kl M V Help Wanted--Female · · 32 WANTED--Experienced girl for general housework. Small family. ' Write Box C5. care Courier. Help Wanted--Male 33 WANTED. Intelligent, responsible, ambitious . man 25 to 60 years old, executive type, who through actual experience, genuine ability and average education can merit substantial earning!! and advancement, serving as contact executive between clients of a nationally known $34,500,000.00 organization. Applications for a personal Interview must reach us before noon. Friday, February Ilth. No application considered unless following information Is contained: ' History; business connections post 5 years, age. 2 character references, .2 business references, educational hlvtory. brief outline business experience. State whether married or. ninglo -both typos eligible}, present or last salary. Give phone number or O. K. to wire collect to call for interview. All correspondence, will be held strictly confidential. Address applicaUon to Box 88. care Courier. VACANCY--Old line Insurance Company. Must have ear. Good references required. Apply 415 Second National Bank Bldg.. Unlontown. Pa. WANTED--Two Electric Appliance Salesmen. Experience not necessary, as Kclvinator appliances are easily sold. Frank Sweeney, 327 E. Crawford Avc. Financial Need Money 48-B Get n "PERSONAL" LOAN to Clean tip Xmas Bills Or Other Old Debts 1 Consolidate ALL your bills with our PERSONAL-lzed s e r v i c e . Small Monthly repayments. Come In NOW I LOANS up to $300--ALL PLANS. PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY. Over McCrory's store. Phone 34. WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE. Merchandise Farm and Dairy Products 55 APPLES--Sprayed and hand picked, 50c per bushel. Somerset potatoes. $1.25 per bag. Wo deliver. 413 E. Washington Avo. Phone 86S-R. ' Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers IF YOU HAVE A STOKER--Try a load of our specially prepared stoker coal. Stone Work. Phono 1700. · BF.ST QUALITY -- 0-Ft. coking coal, moderately priced. Immediate delivery. . Gerald Schomer. Phono 1091. CUSTOM COAL--IOC. I2c nnd 13c delivered. George W. Kern, Connollsvtllo. Phono 4121-R-ll. GENUINE WASHINGTON BUN COAL-Wm. Dull Jit Son. Phone Cville. 107: Dawson. 3261 or 3031.- Household Goods 59 FOU SALE I -- FOR SALE! BARGAINS--In all kinds of used furnl turc Including washing machines.' Also fiat top desks, adding machines and typewriters. DULL'S STORAGE 122 EAST PEACH STREET. PHONE. 50. STORE WIDE REDUCTIONS! ON ALL FUItNITUllE. RUGS AND STOVES. COME IN! SEEI AND SAVE1 LAUGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES. MERVIS FURNITURE COMPANY. NORTH PITTSBUHG ST. PHONE 2020. YOUK CREDIT IS GOOD HERE I Wanted--To Buy 6C Livestock Horses. Cattle, Other Stock 48 HORSE SALE Thursday. Feb. 10th. 1938. at 1:00 P. M. Frick Barn, Fairchance, PA. Terms: Cash. J. C. Stuckslagcr. Auctioneer. C. P. Glenn. Clerk. CASH IS WHAT WE PAY- BRING IN ALL YOUR LARGE CLEAN WHITE RAGS TO THE DAILY COURIER OFFICE TO- DAY AND WE WILL PAY YOU -5c" PER POUND. WHY NOT LOOK AROUND AND MAKE YOURSELF SOME SPENDING MONEY??? Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board 68 ONE LARGE BEDROOM--For rent. ult able for two persons, ladle* preferred. Rent reosonablo. Use of phone. 507 Johnston avenue. Phone 532. Rooms for Housekeeping 69 FOR RENT--Three unfurnished rooms on lirst floor. East Green itrcet. Phone 1882. FOR SALE--Two fresh cows: 1 six month old cnlf. Daniel Klscr, K. D. 2. Con- nellsvllle. Pa. } FOR RENT--Threo furnished rooms, private bath. Also suitable for two i gentlemen. Inquire 121G Chestnut St. I FOK RENT--One bedroom. T .ady prc- roultry, KKBS and Supplies 43 i fcrrcd. 109 Haas avenue. BABY CHICKS--Plnn now to get your chicks. All blood tested. Leghorns from R. O. P. flocks. Newhampshlres from Hubbard and Christy strands. Other breeds from high production flocks. "OUR PRICE IS RIGHT--WE HATCH lilGHT--YOU START HIGHT --THEY GROW HIGHT.' ThU is the kind you buy at The Sunbeam Hatcl- ery. Bcallsville, Pa, Route 40. Wanted--Kooms or Board 73 WANT TO RENT--Two or three un furnished rooms for light housekeeping or small apartment. Write E. T. Care of Courier. Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 DEI.CO LIGHT PLANT. 850 Watt automatic control, WcsUnghousc lead plate batteries, used only one year. Radio, vacuum cleaner, iron. Will sacrifice. Come and see it -work. W. E. Miller. Pleasant Valley Road, near Mud School 1 louse. FOR SALE--1 pair Dayton computing ficalcs. C. S. Shultz. R. D. Z, Con- ncllsvlllc. Pa. Phono 4100-R-12. Barter and Exchange 51-A WANTED TO TliADE--A battery charger /or a used typewriter. Phone 2C2-R. Buildings, Building Materials 53 OUR CEMENT--Sand and gravel arc of tho finest qualities. Let us figure your requirements. Stone Work. Phone 1700. Farm and Dairy Products 55 V '· -MR. FARMER ·HERE'S MONEY IN YOUR POCKETI Si Why not run a small Inexpensive Classified Ad in our Classified Section which will find a market (or your farm products, your live stock, your farm ,, ·mplcments, nnd household goods? You will find many pcoplo who want to buy ttic many things you have for ' salel The Dally Courier hns a ". large rural circulation which mafcos It the popular choice amonft the farmers and assures you thai your message will reach the people who ore in tho market for your products. You Will Find: Our rates In tho above Classified headinc. All Classified Ads are payable In *" advance! ' IT IS ONLY necessary lo tell people /here real bargains arc to, be found and crowd will coon be there- Classified ads arc constantly pointing the way to value for hundreds ot people who - u l a r l y loolc to them for guidance. WANTED--Girl to nharc apartment with younK buslnr-ss woman. Must furnish reference. Phone 334-J. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats FOR RENT--Four room furnished apartment with bath, electric refrigerator, garage. Adults. 208 West Washington avenue. DOWN TOWN APARTMENT--For rent flvc rooms and bath. Heat and water furnished. Immediate possession. 122 South Pittsburg street. Phone 341, FOR RENT--Apartment, five rooms, bath garage. Race street. Phone 2143. Farms and Land for Rent 7G FOR RENT--$25.00. Twenty-five acres, six room water, furnace, garage, fruit, near Connellsvllle. Union Realty Company, Unlontown. Telephone 1G8. Houses for Rent 77 FOR RENT--Flvc room house, furnished, reasonable rent: 237',3 East Falrvicw avenue. Call 772-W. FOR RENT--Flvc room modern house, First street. South' Conncllbviltc. Phone 1312-J. · Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate SOMETHING FOR NOTHING? NO--But more for your Real Estate Dollar than you will ever get again. BUY NOW! PETER R. VEIMER WEIMER ARCADE. PROPERTIES FOR S\LE OR UENTI T. C. PHALIN SO. CONNELLSVILLE. P/ PHONE 975 84 Houses for Sale LED BRUCE COPYRIGHT BY LEO DBUCCi RELEASED BY CCWTBAL PRESS ASSOCIATION READ THIS FIRST; Three famous detectives, Lord Simon, M. Picon and Monalenor Smith, nro Investigating tho murder o! Mrs. Mary Thuraton. mlddIo-aK«d wife of a retired EnellaJi physician who ha« been found slain in bed durinir a week-end Tarty at tho.Thurston homo near London. Those In tho house whin Mra. Thuraton retired wero her husband: Townsend. the nuthor; Willlanw, tho family lawyer: Strickland, a sportsman. and the Bcrvants. Three piercing screams preceded the discovery of tho tragedy. · Mrs. Thurston'a bedroom door was bolted from tho 1n.ildo and tho only open window revealed a 20-foot drop to the, ground. In the garden below Townsond found the murder wrapon. a Chinese knife, taken from tho Thureton hallway. Mr. Rider, tho vicar, a dinner cuest the cveninc of the murder, left tho Thurston home shortly before tho slaving occurred. Townsend and Mgr. Smith are investigating tho Thuraton jrymnaslum. Tho three detectives and Sergeant Beef, the local constable, conduct their ro- acarchcs Independently. Dr. Thurston reveals some of tho family hlatory for the benefit of tho investigators. Tho doctor reveals his dead wife had a step-son by a first marriage who had a bau name. Ho had not been heard of for years. NOW CO ON WITH THE STOUT: CHAPTER 10 M. AMER PICON had been moving about In bis choir In a moat restless way as Dr. Thurston concluded his family history, and now spoke impatiently. "Monsieur le docteur," ho said, "you will forgive Picon. He may seem--what you coll--Impertinent. But there la a. little question, difficult to ask. Yet It Is necessary. You permit? A thousand thanks. It ia this. Do you remember if ever your so unfortunate .Madame seemed to have something concealed from you? Oh, I mean nothing of-what you say?--a guilty secret. Some little thing, which she might have concealed as one hides n. Christmas present before Christmas, perhaps?" Dr. Thurston took this quietly. He seemed to appreciate the dainty way in which Picon had put it to him. He was silent for nearly a minute, then ho said, "Only once. I do remember such an Incident--but it is a long time ago; soon after wo were married. Your speaking of Christmas presents reminds me, because it was Just before Christmas, nnd I accounted for it at the time in that way. I thought it was a little ingenuous secret such as she loved, connected with a gift for me. But when Christmas came I could not sec that it had anything to do with her gift. But I never attached any real importance to It" Picon could scarcely wait.' "Yes, yes. Monsieur le docteur?" he naid. "One afternoon I come Into her room and found her sitting at the littlo bureau she alwaya used when she had any letters to write. She had not heard me come in, but when she saw me she looked very startled, and quickly tore up the envelope she was writing. I can givo you no Idea how Innocent such behavior made her seem. No really deceitful person could have blushed and been so confused as she was." "But is that all?" queried M. Picon anxiously. "You retul nothing that was written?" Dr. Thurston looked wistfully towards him. "I£ I tell you I rend a man's name," he sold, "you must not lot your imagination start working. You must believe me when I tell that my wife was incapable of carrying on anything like an intrigue. Tho mere thought of it, to anyone who knew her, is absurd. But It was a moo's nnrae that I read on that piece of paper, and I can tell it you. It was Sidney Scwcll." "Just tho name ? You saw no more?" "That was all. But really, you should attach no importance to it. Ask Williams here. He knew my wife. Whatever significance the matter had It did not mean that there was some clandestine love affair In her life." There was a sympathetic murmur of assent, and Williams said something to the effect that It had never been doubted. Thurston rose painfully from his chair. "And now, gentlemen, in there anything else you wish to ask mo?" He looked so exhausted and wretched that even had thero been any further questions to put to him airtcr his very lucid narrative. I doubt if they yes, Monsieur lo Docteur f" would have been broached just then. 'Very well, then," he said, "I'll say good night. I have told Stall to give you anything you may want." With evident relief he left the room. Lord Simon turned to Willinma. "There can be no doubt about that will," he asked, "the stepson will inherit?" Williams nodded. "Yes," ho sold, "I have always understood that it was like that. I was not the old man's lawyer. But that was his will." . . "looks pretty bad for the stepson, whoever he Is," I observed. But Mgr. Smith blinked at me gently. "You mustn't say that," he observed. "The fact that it is a piece of parchment docs, not mean that It is a piece of prophecy. You ore like so many of these modern thinkers. Because it was a new will you want to turn it into an Old Testament." "What is more of moment," said M. Picon, turning to Williams, "is the will of the lady herself. What con be said of that?" Rather unexpectedly Williams smiled. "Mrs. Thurston," he said, "was in some ways a very ingenuous person. As Mr. Townsend hero will tell you, her great pride was her house. She devoted her life to making it comfortable. And she had an idea by which she hoped to get very good service. She- got me to draw up a will leaving her personal belongings to her husband, but all .the money of which she might die possessed was to be divided equally ;among such employes as were with her at the time of her death. This was, of course, after her husband had come into his own fortune." "But," I said, "since she had only a llfo interest. .." "Exactly. That was tho Idea. She never bad very much money in her possession at any time. She received her income quarterly, and spent It, or gave it away. So that what the servants would receive was the sum actually to her credit in tho bank at tho time of her death. Tbat would be about the amount normally left to servants. But of course they were.not to know that. It was common knowledge among them that Mrs. Thurston was rich. And certainly tho plan seemed to work, for she has not changed the staff since then." -· 'In other words It was a trick," sold Mgr. Smith. "I should hardly call it that," snapped Williams. 'And tricks can work both ways," reflected the little cleric, "If you try to make anyone on April Fool after midday on the- first of April, the joke rebounds onto you." 'I can see no joke, 1 * said Wil-. Hams. "Nor I," said Mgr. Smlti. "II see no joke here at all." When Dr. Thurstou had left u» the atmosphere of constraint! which hod been noticeable in hist presence was at once dissipated.! find everyone seemed to return] with some relief to the cxcitementj of tho chose. Bereavement, oni these occasions, as I have often 1 noticed, Is a bore: detection 1*1 what matters. So that tho inquiry was taken up with gusto. The first person to be questioned was tho mechanic sent by the telephone service to repair the wire. He had found it cut clean through where it passed outsido the window 01! the littlo cloakroom on the ground floor. Ho seemed on Intelligent young man, eager to add his quota of suggestions. "There was a pair of little clippers, like you use lor pruning rose-trees, lying on the window- slll," he said. "I should thlnic more than likely it 'ud been donoi with them. All anyone had to do," ho ·explained enthusiastically* "was to shove open the window* lean out, and snip! the telephone- was out of order." ·Have these so important clip-, pers been examined?" asked M.[. Picon. "Perhaps tho. good Boeufl has seen whether there are finger-', prints on them?" The Sergeant cleared his throat, and looked a trifle uncomfortable.. "I didn't 'ardly think it wortn while," ho admitted, "seeing as I! know oo'd done it." M. Picon gave vent to a guttural gallicism, but Lord Simon drawled, "My man Buttcrfield. has' looked at the beastly things. N» fingerprints." Tho mechanic was not to be ex.-'-, eluded. "Ah, but I tell you what,"' he said, leaning forward knowing-.' ly, "there was a pair of old gardening gloves there beside them. Whoever cut that wire could have . pulled 'cm on"--and he gave wr appropriate gesture--"cut it, and- taken 'em off again." "Voila!" sold M. Picon Ironically. "It would be more to the point if you could tell us when the exchange discovered that the line was out of order." ·I can tell you that. It wasn't till this morning. There was no coll for this house lost night, and no one come down to report it till 10 o'clock today." "Do you know who came then?" "Yes. The chauffeur." (To Bo Continued) Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale Si REAL BUYS IN REAL ESTATE I SPRINGFIELD PIKE--Scrvlco SlaUon nnd Lunch Room. MURPHY AVENUE--Small four room building and two lots. VINE STREET--Two, eight room houses and one. six room house. LOGAN'S-CROSSING--Four room house. 25 acres of Rood farm land. McCOY HOLLOW ROAD -- Six room house and six acres of land. COTTAGE AVENUE--Five room house nnd six room house. SOUTH CONNELLSV1LLL -- Six room house. SYCAMORE STREET--Six room hou«. . W.M. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1760. HERE IS THE HOME YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOIll 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, Karago and laundry. Just recently remodeled and In the very best of condition. Price is reasonable. Inquire. Wm. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1700. Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale A REAL BUYI BLACKSTONE ROAD, 718-718 WEST SIDE--Twelve room double house with bath nnd heater, all modern. This property must bo sold at once to settle estate. Immediate possession. Price reduced to $1,500. PAUL WAGONER 1000 SV. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE. 148. Lots For Sale. 85 SEVEHAL NICE BUILDING LOTS1 FOR SALE--At Poplar Grove. 60x140 ft. City water and' sas'. telephone service, near Street Car line and hifihwny. If you arc Interested in good building lots at real Barsain Prices, sec C. B. McCormlck. Poplar Grove, Phone. Con- vtellsvllle, 1204-J. or write Post Office Box 144. Connellsville. Pa. --Legals County Women Get Medals for Gifts .Sent Italian Prince Three Fnyctte county girls--Mrs. Anna Galderisi Eandiora of, Dunbar and Miss Rose Pcccon and Miss Frances Scssa of Lemont--have been presented with lovely .silver medals sent them by the Italian government through the vice-consulate in Pittsburgh in recognition of a gift · they had · sent the young son of Italy's crown prince, Umberto Vittorio Emanuellc di Savoia. The medals, bearing the figure of the child and his birth date, are round with n ring to wear on a chain. The letter, accompanying them, signed by G. M. Bombassct Frascani, vice royal consul of Italy, commended the women. The three received a square medallion with a picture of the princess when they sent a gift in honor of. the couple's first child, Princess Maria Pia. Legal Notices. 01 NEW FOUR ROOM BUNGALOW--Good cellar, outbuildings, spring walcr. 1 '.i acre, on Highway 31. East Laurclvlllc. i ?nOO c.if.h. Inquire on prcmkcs. C. E. ' Kopp, Star Route. Mt. PIcMsant. P;i. 'Ott KALK--N'lcc :;ix room tiou^c with b»th. extra deep lot- CJood IOCH 1 ion, 203 Kabt J-'airview avenue. Kobcrt Norris. Phone 505. FOR SALE--Double house, five rooms each side, baths and furnace. South 4th street. West Side. SI.800. Robert Norrts. Phone 505. IN WRITING a Classified Ad be sure 10 tell all the lacls svMch you would want to know If you yourself wero a prospective buyer. THE CLOSER you stick to classllicd ads the closer your money will slick to you and tho farther It will go when you spend It. ADMINISTRATRICES' NOTICE. Charles W. Rush. Attorney. KSTATE OF C. B. ARISON. LATE OF VanderbUl, Fayctte County. Pennsylvania, deceased. Letters Administration d. b. n. In the above estate having been granted to the undersigned, notice Is hereby given to all pc'/sons indebted to the said decedent to make payment to the undersigned wiUi- out delay, and .-ill persons having claims or clcmatxds ar.ainst said estate are rc- quested to make known the same. Loma Fay OlaM). RON 30b Vnndcrbm. 1'a. . Lomay C. Arison. Box !4 Mcrrittstown. Pa. Administratrices, d. b. n. Dfcb-61-wcd. Mothers' Fear Brings Halt to Hollywood While Slavery Investigation Special to The Courier. HOLLYWOOD. Feb. 9.--Mothers of young girls assertedly forced to parade nude before fake movie radio scouts declined lo cooperate with ofliccrs and Uie sheriff's ofticc closed investigation of a retried white slave ring. The mother!!, it was learned, (eared undesirable publicity for their daughters if they pushed the case.

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