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February 24, 1939

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 14

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PAGE FOURTEEN THE DAIL? COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE PA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1939. Courier Classified Advertisements For Quick Results i 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9c cash; lOc charge :LA AD RATES- Ads to Be Run 3 Times Per line, 7c cash; Sc charge Special Yearly Rates Upon Request Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c cash, 7c chaige 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 Speciat--Your Ad Inserted "7" Times for the Price of Six!--Special No Ad. Is Taken for Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines' I Announcements Personals MEN OLD AT 401 -- Get pep New Ost-ex Tonic Tablets contain raw oyster invigoratora and othe~ stimulants One dose starts new pep Value $100 Special price 89c Call write Union Drug Co Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 OF W H I L E L A S T ! YOUH CHOICE I SIX (6) 1934 FORD V-8 DELUXE 4-DOOR SEDANS EVERYONE IN THE VEHY BEST OF CONDITION ALL HAVE BEEN THOROUGHLY INSPECTED AND HAVE THE VEW INSPECTION TAGS ON THEM HURRY COME IN TODAY AND TAKE YOUH CHOICE, PRICE EACH 5195 The Best Of Terms Arranged To Please You! WEST SIDE MOTOH COMPANY YOUR FORD DEALER W CRAWFORD 2nd ST PHONE 407 Open Evenings! Open Sundays! HERE IS THE CAH! OUR SPECIAL FOR TODAY TRY IX --THEN BUY IT! 1936 PONTIAC COUPE-NICE B L A C K DUCO FINISH E Q U I P P E D 'WITH HEATER AND GOOD TIRES CAR IN EXCELLENT CONDITION DOWN PAYMENT $160 BALANCE IN 12 MONTHLY PAYMENTS OF $2436 FIRE, THEFT AND COLLISION INSURANCE INCLUDED IN THE ABOVE PAYMENTS Absolutely The Best! G M. 4 C. Terms! MASON MOTOR COMPANY CHEVROLET SALES SERVICE 127 \V APPLE ST PHONE 105 Open Evenlrgsl Open Sundaygl FOR SALE--1929 Ford Tudor Sedan Guaranteed A-l condition All new tires good upholste-lng only 21000 miles Price 5100 00 Kestner a Book Store, 125 W Apple St Phona 1228-R or 1355-R USED CARS1 SEE OUR SELECTIONl E E VAN SCOY, INC, 159 Z CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 2«3 LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 256 E CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234 YOUGH MOTOR COMPANY GOOD USED CARS 321 SO PrrlSBURG ST PHONE 8. Auto Tracks, Tractors, Trailers 12 FOR SALE--1--1935 V-8 Dump Truck. 1~ 1936 V-8 Dump Truck 410 South Broadway Scottdale Pa THERE IS a friendly spirit In The Courier ClassiBed Department which makes it a pleasure to use this department. For results, try our service. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 ANOTHER S P E C I A L FOR TODAY1 1937 FORD STANDARD COACH- FAS NICE BLACK FINISH GOOD TIRES UPHOLSTERY IN FINE CONDITION IvO 1 ^ A SCRATCH ON THIS CAR A REAL B IY DOWN PAYMENT $120 BALANCE IN 12 MONTHLY PAYMENTS OF $1862 FIRE THEFT AND COLLISION INSURANCE INCLUDED IN ABOVE PAYMENTS G M A C TERMS! (The Best) M/SON MOTOR COMPANY CHEVROLET SAX.ES . SERVICE 127 W APPLE STREET PHONE 105 Open Evenings! Open Sundays! Business Service Business Service Offered 18 FISHERS UPHOLSTERY AWNINGS FURNITURE REPAIRS . RECO VERINGS PHONE 9645 322 SO PITTSBURG ST Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KINDS EXCEPT UFE FAYETTE REALTY CO PHONE 137S T D GARDNER, MGR. GOOD DEPENDABLE INSURANCE -All kinds James R Laughlln--INSUR- ANCE See me for rates. 309 First National Bank Buildlag Pbone 520 g, Trucking, Storage 25 FOR MOVING PHONE 50 DULLS TRANSFER CONNSLLSVILLE PA FOR BEST SERVICEl Modern Storage For Household Goods LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE--Moving Millers Transfer 153 East_CrawfonJ Avenue. Phone 183 ~ r Printine, Engraving, Binding 27 LET US GIVE YOO AN E S T I M A T E ON YOUR PRINTING WORK! Hand Blusl--Binding!--Calunc Cards I Bill Headsl--Letter Headsl For Rent Cards I--For Sale Cards I No Trespassing Slgna For Sale! All Work Fully Guaranteedl All At Reasonable Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT PHONE 65 DAILY COUUER BLDG OR PHONE RESIDENCE tt. Professional Service* EXPERT TRUSS FITTING--Elastic Host, ery and other surgical appliances A. A. Clarke, PH. G Druggist. 323 North Plttsburg Street Phone 19*. EXTRAVAGANCE and classified read- Ing cannot exist together TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 17 33 3 2S IO \0 31 se 20 36 ACROSS 1--Perplex 5--Pain 9--Coi relative of either lo\ed by Zeus 11--Fish eating bird 12--Kind of turtle 15--Marry 10--Dangers 17--A linen cloth 20--Boy 22--Conjunction 23--1/1000 of an inch 24--Any supernatural object 25--Bent ovcr- 28--Retinues 29--Frozen water 31--Ice pen dents 33--Shocks 35--Wool (Scotch \ a r ) 36--Second note of the scale 37--Besides 38--Forward 19--Lingers 21--Malt beverage 23--Capital of Soviet Russia 21---Board used for medium islic mcs sages 25--The cebuie monkey 26--A vegetable 27--Took medicine 30--Symbol for calcium 32--Go astray 34--Therefore Answer to previous puzzle DOW X 1 -- Mails 2 -- A receptacle for coffee 3-- Shde fastener 4 -- Canters nickname 6--The maist marigold 7--Garden tool 8--Concluded 13--Con trove rsial 14--Harrow inlet IS--Printing fluid Copyright IP39 King Features Sndcile lot Employment Help Wanted--F era ale tVAVTED--Girl for general housework Family ol three 404 Eliza Street Financial Business Opportunities 'OR SALE--Shoe Repair Shop Modern al electric American straight needle stitcher and finisher Singer pntch ma chine Well eq lipped Quitting account ill r-ealtn "M M Nicks Box 9a Dickcr^on Run Pa Need Money NEED CASH--In a hurry? Well lend you $300 or less on your signature. Personal Finance Company Phone 34 Livestock Horses, Cattle, Other Stock 48 HORSE SALE Saturday February 25th ID A M 40 Head single horses matched teams and mules offered at auction Fa\c te Stock ard Co E\ ans Manor Union tow n Pa All consignors ard bu e~a v*elcome HORSE SALE Sa*urda February 25 1S39 at 1 P M Frick Barn Fairchance Pa Terms Cash J C Stuckslagcr Auctioneer C P Glenn Clerk FOR SALE--Pigs O I C * 8 to 10 wecu old John W Detwilcr, near Pleasant Valley Country Club Foultrj, Effffs and Supplies 49 BABY CHICKS--All breeds Purina Startcna Keystone Feed Sto cs 210 West Apple Street Phone 107 Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 BAKED PAPER MATS FOR SALE--Used Courier mats that are excellent for lining the inside of your garage barn chicken coop or outbuildings of any kind Selling at Ic each Inquire at The Courier OPlcc FOR SALE--Singer cnblnei electric tcw- ing machine for unpaid balance Phone 1254 Bnildlng*. Building Materials 53 IF YOU ARE--Patching that small break in the kitchen wall or plastering every wall in the house we can iurrish your needs Stone Work Phone 1700 Merchandise Wanted--To Bay 66 SAVE YOUR BIG WHITE RAGSl THEN BROsG THEM TO THE COURIER OFFICE WTUL PAY YOU EN CASH FOR AI*L THAT YOU BRING IN AT 5o PER POUND Reaf Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 FOR RENT--Three room unfurnished apirtmcnt privite bath gi afit. Heal nnd light furn shed Phone 1711 Houses tor Rent 77 FOR RENT--FUe rooms int! bath Heat and water furnished Bulino Building South Filtsburg Street Inquire Robert Norri* Phone 505 FOR RE-T--Five room howo with bath electric fia*; hot water Near car line Inquire 304 Freeman Lane Real Esfate for Sale Brokers In Real Estate SOMETHTNG FOR NOTHING---But more lor your Real Lstatc Dollar thin you wiU ever get igain Buy now! Terms! FETCH R WZ1MER WEIMER ARCADE PROPERTIES FOR SALE OR RENT! T C PHALIN SO CON NELLS VTLLJi PA PHONE B75 Farms and Land for Sale 83 FOR SA1 SI 60 ACRE FARM--Barn 40x65 iix room hou c e abundance spring water on good road Immediate possess on for $3 60000 50 ACRE FARM--Six room house barn 40x60 spring v.iter in abundance good locttion -^or $350000 SIX ROOM HOLSE--Gange stable 18x30 chiCKCi house 10 acres good lind on good road for SI 600 00 SIX ROOM HOUSF--Electric giraee acres tinci near Mt Pleasant Immediate possession for $1.200 E F BeVVTT SCOTTDALE PA PHONE 43 Business and Office Equipment 54 TYPEWRITER SPECIALS--New type v,rltcn adding machines sold on ca^ payments Highest allowance on our old machines Kestners Book Store 125 W Apple Street Houses for Sale 84 FOR SAi-E--$110 DO L C Smith No 8 iy pewriter practically new $30 00 Phone 2045 Farm and Dairy Products 55 SOMERSET POTATOES--$13o per bag Phone 865 R 413 E Washington Ave We deliver FARMERS LET US HELP YOO MAKE SOME MONEY 1 HERE 3 HOW--You can find a market, for your (arm products, your farm Implements, your dai-y products, your live stock and household goods by running a sir-all Inexpensive ad In our Classified Section, Thero you will find many people who want to become your customer or buyer The rural circuitstion of The Daily Courier covers a large area and ^our advertisement will bo read by many people who arc looking for Just the things you have for sale NOTE All classified ads are payable in advance You will find our rates in the above Classified Heading Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 55 COAL -- Best grade 9-ft ca il Prompt delivery for any amount Gerald Schomer Phone 1991 GENUINE--Washington Run Coal Low price Wm Dull Son Phone Z07 or call Dawson 3261 and 3631 GOOD LUMPY -- Run of mine coal 100 bu Be 50 bu Oc 25 bu 12c delivered Cash Phono 2037 Frank Koballa JUMATA COAL--12c bushel cash de livercd 25 bushel ordc s also delivered Hobort Welsh Phone 4121 R 12 Household Goods 59 FOR SALE ALL KINDS--OF USSE FURNITURE AT BARGAIN PRICES DULLS STORAGE 122 EAST PEACH ST PHONE 50 SEE MERV1S FUHNTTUHE COMPANY-FOR BARGAINS IN FURNITURE AND STOVES OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT NORTH PITTSBURG ST PHONE 2020 FOR S \LL--Six room house with bath neir Hospital $2000 FIVE ROOM HOUSE--With bath paved street $650 ROBERT NORRIS PHONE 505 HOUSTON AVENUE 216 -- Six room frame house with bath in the very bes' o£ cond tion Irr mediate possession Priced to sell at SI 500 Inquire Paul Wigone- 1039 West Crawford Avenue Phone 148 FOR SALE--Si\ room house and six acres Just outplde of Cltv L mils V.M P McNULTY EAGLES BLDG PHONE 1760 Auctions--Legals Legal Notices. SI ADMINISTRATRIX S NOT1C* ES1ATE OF WILLIAM HENRY DE cei ed Letters of Administration on tl e estate of William Henr late of Bullskin Tcnvrship Fayettc Countj Pennsylvania deceased Letters of Administration in tl e abo\-c estate having been grilled to the under signed notice is hereby given to all persons indebted to the said decedent to rm*e payment 4 o the undersigned without delay and all persons ha\mg claims or demands agains^ said cs.atc are requested to make known the same Tvirnie Henry ConneHsviUe R D No 2 Administratrix Fred E Younkin Attorney 3feb 6t fri By IkULMALLON Continued from Page Four you mean 7 he asked Have you been aiound here two months ard dont krow what patronage is 9 ' Smith, a member of the patromge committee then ariangea for the freshman to get a fnend appointed as elevatoi operator WHEN YOU HAVE something which you would like to sell just call 12 or 13 for a Classified ad taker Your ad on this page wilj sure]y ca ch the ejes of Inter cstc.d buvcrs A FEW MINUTES speni In looking o\er the class. r cd ads each day will save you many hours and dollars In getting just what you uan THE D T STANCE \OUR n oney goes depends on whether you are a regular reader of the Classified Section or not PHONE 12 or 13 for an Act-taker A retiring press agent from one of the old-age pension promotion organizations has \\iitten his confessions for a weekly magazine, saying "Behind the refrain now being chanted that e\ei Amen can oldster should stop produc*i\ e en*erpnse and join Feidmand tne bull under the woik tiee sniffing fknvers s the amazing thing called pension sentiment Here is the recipe foi build ng pension sent ment Take a heavy blug of re igion add a touch of the Mess ah in the shape of zealot leadership shake \vell at mss meetirgs with apppal for fund= pass out the buttons, then WRITTEN FOR AND OTUlASn BY CENTRAL PRESS AESOCIATiOH READ THIS FIRST Disheartened because she can find no ·work Ixma AcKerim ·whose father is »erv ng a life sentence to murder finds sorrc consoln ion after telling her tro-blei to J m Clar dgc nn acquain tanco she **ag decided to tru-it Aside from Cliridge she is alone In the wcMd job oss and broke (NOW GO C^ WITH THE STORY) CHAPTER EIGHT FOR A MOMENT after Lona had told Jim Claridge about Hardy s threat to put her on a blacklist because she was a con ·victa daughter Jim said nothing Hia moutli had set irto a stern line ajid she saw his fists go hard and white on the restaurant table At the word convict he had whit ered slowly with the sick haunted look she had seen on his face last ntght when she had first told him about her father Stricken, he looked The damned bully 1 ' he brought out, finally 111 punch his yellow face for him 1 ' With sudden fury he ha'C rose from his cl air 111 mop up the floor vutli the scum' Where la hit. office 9 ' Oh no' she cried out sharply then. '\ou musn t Jim In her excitement the name fell easily from her lips I didn t mean that T wanted--I couldn t let you get Into trouble on my account'' Somebody s got to take core of yo», girl His lips were set \Vhy didn t ou call me this afternoon I h a \ e n t worked since the rain «tarted I didn t know Lona murmured a hot shamed fiush spreading over her face I thougl t you were working she lied And besides now that I ha\e the prospects of a job jou mjstn fc do anything-don t jou see 9 She was watching him anxiojslj You re too hot tempered," she told him All you men are alike I don t think I could bear to be mixed up in another fight. You might KILL hirh the way Daddy did and then--' She shuddered and relaxing he leaned across the table and pattec ber hand Sorry," he said I wasn t thinking It made me see red for a min ute I don t want to make any mon troubl** for you of course But '. cure v.ould like to get in just on punch ' he finished smiling the little half-smile that Lona remem tered from last night. Watching him light an after dinner cigare with deft movements of his capable looking hands she-recalled her bit ter doubts of the afternoon with a wave of shame Ho\v could she J thought s ic couldn t trust him" 7 \\ith hla eves and that srniic' You could al\\ajs trust a man "vvhf cmilcd tike that Tell me about this--job o mine she prompted, when be hai finished the cigarct For aisucr he rummaged in hi pocket and drew o it an. old en velop 'Scribbled it down here conflcled It s at 1168 Lothrop ave nue The Western Realities com pdn eighth floor, Drexel building You re to bring your agency care and ask fo" Mr Sanders How doe that sound'" he asked passing he the emelop It sounds v, ondcrf ul' I scarce y believe it ' Lona breathet studying the penc led scribbles J you only kneH--' She choked sud denly, and dropped the battered en ·\elop into her purse as if it wer a naulj acquired treasure Whit she had made good her interho of hiding away she was thinking She would never have known . You d a n t think that he--Mr Hardy--ir ght go through wit that blacklist 9 she asked B si dden new fear startled her H couldn t keep them from hiring m could he 7 " I d break his neck if he trie it 1 " he assured her his face gom *I11 punch his yellow face for him 1 " grim again for an instant j Then tossing his cigaiet away, 1 ie leaned across the table with a boyish toss of his head 'Lets quit orrying and celebrate he said I think we ve both got a spree coming to us How about hunting ourselves up a good show 9 A show' Lona could feel her own eyes brighten It had been so many weary months s nee she had been able to afford even a movie I shouldn t" she told him trying not to sound regretful * You ve done so much for me already I feel-'But I want to'' he protested krfly Unless there s something else youd rather do YOJ see, girl, I m lonesome sort of Its a long way from--California ' Hia voice was so forlorn Lona had to laugh If you put it that way it makes it a duty," she conceded her voice gayer than it had been in weeks Only ' she added ruefully, you 11 have to wait until I change my dress And I suspect my face needs washing' She laughed again * * » ' Two derelicts together,' he said whimsically tucking her arm through his as they descended tbe steps of her new boarding bouse a half houi later At h s touch Lona sr heart contracted She had been wanting to do that \ery thing But she had been too timid It was so sweet to be close to someone again. She wondered if he realized How old are j ou, girl 7 " He looxed down at ber to ask sudden ly as they strolled looking for promising theater signs I m vwentj two,' Lona told him That brought a surprised look to his rugged face Whew 1 " he exclaimed boyishly ' And I thought you were about sixteen . Why, you re grow n up Better watch jour step Jarres'' He pretended to pull away from her and Lona laugned Laughed with a lumt in her throat To be joking in the o'd s \ e e t wa Lets hunt up the gayest, giddiest musical comedy we can find ' she said w th sudden upsurging recklessness Somethirg with lots of girls, and snappy songs, and jokes--plenty of jokes ' As If in answer to her mood a flashing sign a block away intruded upon her consc ousness A scintillating thing of winking blue Lgnts that stood out in the thick dusk like jewels on a woman s hand 'HAPPY DAYS," it called en- Ucmgly As they came nearer a loudspeaker began to b are from somewhere beneath the sign 'Happy days are here again 1 " a Herculean voice lilted. ' Ta ta--ta- ta--ta-TA ti turn--' Lona looked at the man beside he- Here we are," she said, steering him toward the sign Come on.' * * * Next morning, all the way across town on the sCieet car, crowded with ts quota of work-boand passengers, Lona kept readirg over the scribbled note on the old envelop Jim. Claridge had given her 1168 Lotnropo avenue Western Realties eighth, floor, Drexel building Ask for Mr Sanders ' Funny she found herself think- big that such a worn dirty, d s- carded thing could give lier so much hope She had read countless business addresses printed neatly in the wart ads and they had never meant an thing but just--more refusals But this 1 An almost illegible scrawl--Jim was a terrible writer she obse r ved--and it meant new life 1 . or did if A host of doubts assailed her as she stepped finally, from the ele vdtor an-i saw across a darkened corridor the gold lettered 'WEST ER^ REALITIES,' of which she had dreamed last night in hei sleep Suppose Jim had misimder stood the message f rom the agency Suppose this were only a try-oul and there would be four or five or a dozen others here to compete Suppose this Sanders turned, out to be another Hardy Or--what really worried ber most--suppose Haroy bad made good his threat of a black list and she would be turned avay again No no" she kepi telling herselft reassu'' ngly He couldn t do that I m crazy to be afraid "** But it took all her courage tc fling open the frosted door and step inside To the sandy ha.red oflBce boy who bobbed UD at her entrance she proffered her hesitant request to see Mr Sanders with a grateful glance at the empty room Sne was, so far as she could see, the only applicant. That fear, at least was groundless She squared her shoulders as iiie office boy motioned hec toward the inner office and went forwa-d steafily to meet whatever was in store fo" her (To Be Continued) By United Press CHICAGO, Feb 24--Nine out of 10 do it \\iong so a dental e;xpert ofleied fiee adv ce on now to brush | your teeth coirectly--and when not to brush them | Do you put a lot of \ gor m^o your blushing motion 7 Do you use the large sweep system 9 And do you brush hoi izontnlly or use a brush with extremely stiff bristles' If the answer is yc,' you're wrong according to Di Isador Hirschfeld associate piofessoi at Columbia University schopl of dentistry "Ninety pei cert of the people abuse their mouth w th the tooth bru*h» D" Hi^schfeld told the 75th anni al midwinter meeting of the Chicago Dental Society "They not only jnju e their gums but wear away their teeth ' There s an art to brushing the teeth and Hirschfeld said it should be done this way Use a b] ash with long medium- stiff bustles of even length on a brush-head not moie than an inch long Biash the chewing surfaces of the back teeth fust This will soften the biush bustles sufficiently to prevent injuiy o the gurns Using a ro ary stioke with as shoit a diameter as possib e, bru^h the outer side all the way around and then go to \voik on the inner side Rub the gums lightly Mos f important of all--don t use too much force in the blushing motion Apply to the biubh only slight y moie pressuie than you would in stiok ng a cat's fui "I emphasize tnis ' Hnsclifeld explained, ' because one out of eveiy eight or 10 persons 28 to 30 years old or younger has a certain cegiee of gum iccession caused mairl by too stienuous technique in brushing The incidence of gum lecession is gieatei in oldei people Brushing should be avo ded entirely bj poisons with acute mou h infections Blushing only makes infection worse he said The best advice in such cases is 'see your dentist' Let h m advise you wha* to do Don't depend on too^h pastes and riouth washes used indiscriminately ,, Other advice Brush your tee*h as neatly after every meal as possible, but at least twice a day Have a separate biush for moinmg and evening brushing If you biush youi teeth only once a day, do it befoie retiung, because Julie saliva is present in the mouth when one ib asleep and germs have a beHer chance to work and do mischief in the absence of salna If you ha\ e time foi orly one biushmg in the moinmg, do it after breakfnst rather than befoie In this w a y your teeth will be free of food pirticles But if you have to ca ch i tiair in a huny, brush before breakfast rather than not at all Mrs Zcntarsky Buried Largely attended was the funeral held Satui day morning for Mrs. Stanley Zentarsky After a prayer at the home in Snyder street, the cortege pioceeded to Holy Trinity Church, wheie bolemn requiem high mass was held with Rev W Wisniewski pastor, as celebrant Rev Michael Bonfield, assistant pastor of Immaculate Conception Chui ch, deacon, and Rev S an slaus Moravek, pas- toi of St John s Church sub-deacon Burial was made in the church cemetery at Pop ar Grove Pallbearers \\eie Wiciently Kry^ztofiak, Kazmiesz Nowicki, August Komecpolski, Wm- centy Hujai Max Klocek and Wladyslaw Domaracm SALLY'S SALLIES It's not much good being a "go getter" if you don't know where you're going 01 what you'll get when you get there

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