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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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PAGE FOURTEEN. DAILY COURIER, CONNELI/SVILLE, PA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, lUd3. Courier Classified Advertisement* / For Quick Results -i-CLASSIFlED AD. RATES- Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. 1 and 2 Times: 1 r-i Ads to Be Run 3 Times: r=i Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 9c cash; lOo charge. TM Per line. 7o cash; 8c charge. "--' Per l^ne, 6c cash; 7c charge. These Rates Are Based On Consecutive Insertions! There are five (5) average words to each line. | 'Cards of Tfianks," 50c 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 WORMS--I dcslro to thank my many friends, neighbors and relatives for the kindness and sympathy extended me during my recent.«ad bcrca%cmcnt. the death of my mother, Mrs Mary Morris Especially do I ^Ish-to'lhanJc the pallbearers. thosc_^vho sent flowers, those who bo kindly furnished core, and all ·who assisted ns In any v.ay Harry Morris son _~~~ BOSSKAMP--We desire to thank our many friend*: And neighbors for the kindness and sympathy extended us during our recent sad bereavement, the sudden death of our husband ana father. Mr Wm. A_Rosskomp Especially do we wish to thimk the employes of -th«~ Pennsylvania Wire Class Com- pnnrttiose who~scnt flowers those who so kindly furnished ears and all who assisted uj. in anv way. Mrs. Wm A Rosskamp and children. Flowers and Mournlne Goods 4 BASKETS SPRAYS AT REASONABLE PRICESI P R. DeMUTH SONS CTTLtiE--53 SCOTTDALE--834 Funeral Directors --SIBEL FUNERAL HOME-- io Last- Word In Funeral Service " CALL, CONNELLSVILLE ISO. Personals MAN]--Get vigor at onccl New Ostrcx Tonic Tablets contain raw oyster In- vlgorators and other stimulants. One doso peps up organs, glands, blood. · Regular price SI. Special price 89c. Call, write Union Drug Co. LONELY PEOPLE--Desiring marriage, stamp for particulars. K. Thompson. 47 E. Parker street, Scranton. Pa. Automotive Automobiles tor Salo 11 --LETS DO IT NOW!-NO TIME LIKE THE PRESENT TO BUY USED CARS! Compare These: Automotive Automobiles tor Salo 11 --FRIDAY -- SATURDAY---AND SUNDAY---ONLY- HERE IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO OWN YOUR OWN CARI SEE THESE SPECIALS! 1031 Ford Model A, 2-door Sedan J95 1932 Ford Deluxe 4-door Sedan $125 1929 Ford. Model A, Roadster . ,, . $35 1029 Chrysler Coupe, a Bargain J95 2-1930 Fordr, Model A Tudor Scd-ins in good condition. Your choice for only $100 ea DRIVE ONE OF THESE HOME! YOUR PICK OF: 5-1934 Ford V-8. 2-door. Sedans. All have been thoroufihlv reconditioned and ready to go I IF YOU ARE IN THE MARKET FOR A BETTER USED CAR TlfEN SEE THESE! 1037 Ford V-B Deluxe 4-door Sedan. 3036 Ford V-8 Deljxe 2-door Sedan. 1933 Pl mouth Coupe Very nice. 1032 Ford Deluxe Roadster with Rumble Scat 1932 PI} mouth 4-door Sed in in good condition 1930 Chevrolet Conch 1932 Plmouth 2-door Sidan. 1932 Chevrolet Roadster PLEASE NOTICE-- We have on hand many other late model Used Cars not mentioned In tills ad You can see them any time on the second floor of our garage or on our Used Car Lot just across the fctrccU Every one his been fullj checked and ready for many thousands of miles of driving. STOP IN TODAY1 BEFORE BUYING A NEW CAR SEE THE NEW 1938 MODELS OF THE FORD V-» and LINCOLN ZEPHYR Trades! Easy Terms! Demonstrations Buick 4-door Sedan. 47 - $450 2334 Chevrolet 2-door Sedan. Model DA. . , ,, WOO WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY 1934 Chosler 2-door Sedan $400 . AUTHORIZED j933 Dodge 4-door Sedan ,,,, ,,_,, $300 ' FORD AND LINCOLN 1931 DcSoto 8. 4-door Sedan 5100 j DEALFRS 1934 Hudson 8. 4-door Sedan $400 ' WEST CRAW FORD AVE PHONE 407 1931 Packard 4-door Sedan --_ ?150 1930 Studebakcr 4-door Sedan $123, Opcn Evcnm) , sl Opcn Sundays! 1937 waiys Coupe 1933 Pontlac 2-door Sedan .. 1935 Graham 4-door Sedan. _ $375 _ $275 . $445 Towing Anywhere .... Anytime! YOUGH MOTOR COMPANY 316 SO. PITTSBURG ST. PHONE 8 . . . . We Never Close . . . . LATE MODEL USED CARS! HETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO. SCOTTDALE. PENNA. PHONE 407. LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 256 E CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234 REMEMBER. The more you cay. tha quicker it pays. "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 D o'clock. Open Sundays 'till G o'clock. PHONE 105. You tell us and wall tell tha world Yearly rates upon request. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE Itr- 19 2S 34- 2} - 62 :·-. ..-_·"- ,,- ACROSS ,, N l--Form of th«r used as a di".^ --verb "to be 1 '-' reotlon to ~"5--Strikes repeat " ~l(p:Coralcefs 24--No (slang) -- · --·surrounding' 25=-Any flat fish central 26--Achieve lagoons 27--Downy sur- 12--Leave out face on some 13--A. great fabrics English poet 28--A vase with 15--Diminutive a foot of Theodore 29--Forward IS--A passage part of a from a shors vessel Inland 30--To render 17--A Jewel ethereal 18--A suffix 33--Worry 19--Tho bark- 3-1--A form of Ing of dogs aircraft 20--Man's nick- without a name motor 21--Pass bo- 35--Variant of twcen tiro mountain .16--Enclosures pcaxs for small 22--Twice-- animals DOWN I--A, prodigal -t--Large deer J--An anes- S--An analyti- thetlc cal literary 3--Highway composition 6--Garden tool 2-t--Trimly neat 7--Ukcncsses and tidy 8--Weary 25--Grounds 8--Branch 26--A collection , ll~Liclt of 12 objects 14--Point 27--Receptacle (abbr.) for birds' 19--A stall for a eggs horse 28--Biblical city 20--Beak 29--Tarry 21--Zero 31--Female 22--Trite sheep 23--Supcrhu- 32--The edge of man agents a wound Answer to previous puzzle Automotive Automobiles for Salo 11 --N-O-T-I-C-E-THREE (3) EXCEPTIONAL WEEK END SPECIALS! See These Automobiles And Save Yourself Monc 1 034 Pl mouth Coach equipped with Jlenter. In A-No. 1 Condition, for - . - - S208 1933 Plymouth Deluxe Sedan equipped with Heater, all ready for the road. Priced at . $225 1930 Chevrolet Sedan in ver good running order. Will sell for . $08 NOTE'--THESE PRICES INCLUDE YOUR TITLE, LICENSE OR LICENSE AND TITLE TRANSFER The Very Best Of Terms I E E VAN SCOY, INC. HUDSON and TERRAPLANE SALES SERVICE 259 E CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243 Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 DELCO LIGHT PLANT 850 Watt automatic control, Wcstinghouse lead plate batteries, used only one year. Radio, vacuum cleaner, iron Will sacrifice Come and sec It work. W. E. Miller. Pknsnr.t Valley Road, near Mud School House Buildings. Building Materials 53 WE CARRY--A complete line oj lime for all purposes. Stone Work Phone 1700. Farm and Dairy Products 55 Auto Trucks, Tractors, Trailers 12 FOR SALE-- Kinfcham pole trailer. Model A. H 30. three-ton capacitv, equipped with \acuum brakes Swlicl and bolster and necessary parts for operating a \acuuin brake equipped trailer. Can be seen ot West Pcnn Power Company Garage Farm Tractors for Sale 12-A FOR SALE--Small farm and garden tractors. 5 sizes Write or call at Grover C. Sin-Joy. R 1. Scottdale, I'a Autos, Accessories. Tires, Farts 13 ALL CAR CHAINS _ U OFF! ALL CAR HEATERS . U OFF! STORAGE BATTERY (EXCH ) _ $3J9 MOTOR OIL. 2 GALLONS - 73c ALCOHOL. PER GALLO.V - S9e FOG LIGHTS - PER PAIR. $475 B BATTERIES - ,, - . OBc MIDGET RADIOS - JI2J5 UP LOWI.ST PRICtS AUTO PARTS. TIRES. RADIO TUBES fe ACCESSORIES GOLDE TIRE RADIO COMPANY. 126 E CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 10. Wanted--Automotive 17 CASH }OH YOUR AUTOMOBILE--Must be a bargain Write Automobile, care of Courier, drscriblnq car and price. Business Service Business Service Offered 18 UPHOLSTERING. AWNINGS -- FURNI TURK REPAIRING QUALITY WORK. CALL. FISHER. PHONE IWS4. 1 OILS--And makes minor adjustments on any sculng machine in 3 our home. Partfc extra Phone 800 Troutman a. Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KIND EXCEPT LIFE. FAYETTE REALTY CO. PHONE 137S T. D. GARDNER. MGR. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE--Alt kinds. See me for rates. James R. Laughlin. Insurance. 309 First National Bank Building. Phone 520. Moving. Trucking, Storied 25 DULL'S TRANSFER 4 STORAGE. Local pnd long distance moving. Every load insured. Modern ntorago for household goods We do cratlnc for shipment by raiL Phone 50. 122 East Peach street. Professional Services 28 CORRECT FITTING TRUSSES -- Elastic Hosiery and other surgical ippllunccs A A Clarke, PH G Druggist. 323 North Plttabure street. Phone 194. Repairing and Refinlshing 29 SAM'S- UPHOLSTERING X. REPAIR SHOP--Guaranteed uork. For sale, rebuilt living room suites, beds, dressers and many other articles 307 North Wattr street. Conncllsvllle, Pa. UPHOLSTERING--Repairs, factory meto ods Awnings, slip covers Latcs! fabrics. Rudolph's, 131 E Fairvlew Ave. Phone 1817-J. Employment Help Wanted--Male VACANCY--Old line Insurance Company Must have car Good references required Apply 415 Second National Bank Bide, Uniontown, Pa WANTED--Two Electric Appliance Sales, men Experience not neccsjnry, as Kelvinator appliances are easily sold Frank Sweeney. 127 E Crawford Avc. Financial Need Aloney Get a PERSONAL' LOAN to Clean up Xmns Bills Or Other Old Debts! Consolidate ALL your bills with our PtRSONAL-ized s e r v i c e . Small Monthlv repayments Come in NOW! LOANS up to $300--ALL PLANS P1RSONAL FINANCF COMPANY O^cr McCror's Store Phone 34 WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE. Livcstock Poullrj. and Supplies 49 APPLES--Sprayed and hand picked, 50c per bushel Somerset potatoes. $1.25 per bae. We deliver. 413 E. Washington Ave Phone B63-R. MR. FARMER HERES MONEY m YOBR POCKETI 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 Implements. and household goods? You will flnd 'many people who want to buy the many things you have for sale! The Dally Courier has a large nirml circuUUon which makes it the popular choice omonK tho farmers and assures you that your message will reach tho people who are in th« market for your products. You Will Find: Our rates In th« ·bov* Classified heading. All Classified Adi are payable in advance I Fuel, Feed, Fertillien 56 IF YOU HAVE A STOKER--Try · load ot our specially prepared stoker coaU Stone Work. Phone 1700. BEST QUALITY -- 9-Ft coking coal, moderately priced. Immediate delivery Gerald chomer. Phono 1001. CUSTOM COAL-lOc. lie and 13c delivered George W. Kern. ConneUiville Phone 4121-R-1L GENUINE WAS1UNGTON RUN COAL-Wm. Dull Son. Phone C'vUle. 107; Diwson. .£61 or 3031 COAL--Good black lumpy run of mine lOc bushel delivered. Cash Koballa Bros. Phone 2037. Household Goods FOR SALEI -- TOR SALEI BARGAINS--In all kinds of used furnl turc including washing machines. Al so flat top desks, adding machines and typewriters. DULL'S STORAGE 122 EAST,PZACU STREET. PHONE, 50 STORE WIDE REDUCTIONS I ON ALL FURNITURE; RUGS AND STOVES. COME INI SEEI AND SAVE LARGE T=5ADE-IN ALLOWANCES. MERVIS FURNITURE COMPANY. NORTH PITTSBURG ST PHONE 2020 YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE I FOR SALE--Living room suite Chea] to quick buer. Phone Dawson 384! P. O Box 65. Dickerson Run Wanted--To Bay 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 YOUI1SELJ SOME SPENDING MONEY77? Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board ONE LARGE BEDROOM--For rent, suit able for two persons, ladles preferrcc Rcrt rcasomble Use of phone 501 Johnston avenue Phone 532 Rooms for Housekeeping; 6: FOR RENT--Three furnished room: private bath. Also suitable for lw gentlemen Inquire 121Q Chestnut St. Three nicelj furnished rooms for ligh housekeeping, private bath, priv itc en trance Inquire 316 Ogdcn street. Wanted--Rooms or Board WANT 1O RENT--Two or three un furnished rooms for light housckccpln or small apartment. Write E T. Car of Courier koal Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats DO\VN TOWN APARTMENT--For rcn fixe rooms and bath Hcnt and watc furnished Immediate pouession 12 South Pitteburg htrcct Phono 341 j BABY CHICKS--Plan now to get jour j chicks All blood listed Leghorns j (rom n O P flocki Ncwhampshlrcs I from Hubbiid ,ind Christy Mrands j Othtr bleed from hlKh production 1 flocks oim PRIO is RIGHT--wi- ' H A T C H R I G H T -- % O U START RIGHT, -THiV GROW R I G H T ' Tint, is the I t Kind sou bus at The Supbenm Hatch- ] | er, Bedllsville. Fa, Route 40. | FOR RFNT--Apartments Inquire Smut Apartment Building, 715 Craufor n\cnue, West Side FOR RENT--Four room ipa-Jmcnt heat l l h l i t sab and uatci M C White 30. ^\ I r f j c t t c blrcct tOR RLN1-- Two and liirec roo n Apart menus, Ny* South Sixth uliect Inquir ·SmuU Hardware COPYRIGHT BY LEO BRUCCi RCICASCD BY CKHTRAL TRESS A3SOCJ RKAD THIS FIKST: Three fomous detective*. Lord Simon, K. Picon and Monslgnor Smith, uro Investigating tho murder of Mrs. Mary Thurton. mtddio-ngcd vlfo ot n ro- Ured Engllah phyrtelan who bas been round main tn bed during; woelc-ond party at the Thuraton horn* new London. Tboao m the house when Urn. Thurston retired wore her husband: Townsond. tho author; Wiulama. the family lawyer, Strickland, m sportsman, and tho oerronts. Three plorc- inc Dcreams preceded the discovery of the tragedy. Mrs. Thurston'a bedroom door waa bolted from the Inside and UK only open window resettled a 20-foot drop to tho ground. In the garden bcfow Townscnd found the tnurdcr weapon, a Chinese knife, taken from tho Xhursum hallway. Mr. Rider, tho vicar, a dinner the evening ot tho murder, left tho Tuurston homo shortly before tho slaying occurred. Townscnd and Mfrr. Smith are Investigating tho Thuraton gymnasium. Tho three detectives and Sergeant Beet, tho local constable, conduct their researches independently. Dr. Thurston ·reveals some ot the family history for ttho benefit ot the investigators. Tho doctor reveals his dead wife had a !step-aoa by a first marriage who had a 'bad name He hod not been heard ·of for years. The detectives begin Investigating witnesses by Questioning tho telephone mechanic called to repair tho phone wirca, found cut after tho murder. Fncta rotated by a bank cashier suggest Mm Thurston may- have been a blackmail victim. NOW GO ON WITH THE STOKT: CHAPTER 18 "BY THE way, Beef, havo you liad any newcomers to tbo district lately? Anyone you've thougbt worth watching?" Lord Simon naked the sergeant. Sergeant Beet hesitated. "I don't know as I ought to say anything about that. But I mipposo you gentlemen's to bo trusted. Well, there Is a certain Individual aa I've been told to watch. Miles, ·is name la. Working- at the local 'otcL I understand It was Mrs. Thurston got '1m tho Job." Lord Simon sat up. "Really, you might havo mentioned this before, Beef. What ago?" "Round nbout 30." "What docs he do at the hotel T" "Porter 'n' boots." "And why have you been in- vtructcd to watch him?" "Oh, 'c'd got a bit of ft record. Couple of stretches. I understood. Cat burglary. But nothlnk agolnsl ·Un, for over a year." He looked defiantly at l»rd Simon. "Now moke a murderer out of '1m," he challenged. "It's certainly Ulumlnatln, he said. "Most llluminatin'." Hgr. Smith's spectacles flashed vacantly. "Red lights arc Illuminating, too," be sighed to the colling. So hero we wcro with a new flunpcct, but his Introduction did not seem to have produced much effect on tho three investigators. This, I reflected, accorded with precedent, for investigators in these cases ore never, by any chance, to be token by surprise. MRT. Smith had smiled blandly as be bad answered Lord Simon, while M. Picon, who had remained ·llent for some time, now started assiduously to rearrange tho flrc- trons. Only Lord Simon himself, who was always painstaking and thorough, seemed to have taken much notice of the fact that a Mr. Miles, a competent cat burglar, was working In the district. Before anyone else carce mto the room, he lifted the telephone receiver and asked the manager of tho local hotel which was bis porter's night off. The manager appeared to feel no astonishment at this sudden query from a stranger, for we heard Lord Simon thank him with drawling civility, and watched him replace the receiver. He turned calmly to us. "Last night, Friday, of course," ho sold. "But nmturally," pouted M. Picon, whilo Mgr. Smith nodded nbscntly. "Ho was back nt 10:30, though," laid Lord Simon. "Are you ready for the next person to be questioned?" asked Sam Williams. There was no dissent, so that the lawyer rang the bell, and the cook came Into tho room. I had cover seen her, though I had often felt kindly towards her, and was not a llttlo disappointed to find that sbe was not the ample, bcam- , you might have mentioned UUs before. Beef." ing woman whom one expects to nnd happily tasting sauces In a cheerful kitchen, but a spare, gray-haired person with glasses, In appearance not unlike her predecessor, Mr. Kingsly. Her iacc,- howcvcr, seemed to me to bo not so much uncharitable, as X had at first supposed, as competent. I should have sold, after scrutinizing her, that she was extremely good at her job, but line most artists, somewhat at sen la alien surroundings. Lord Simon seemed to feel this, for he smiled reassuringly. "Ob, Miss Storey," he sold, and it was typical of him that ho had troubled to find out her name, "sorry to drag you up here, on' all that. And I'm sure everyone staying in the house will be the loser by your leavin' the kitchen Just now. Your fame has reached us." "There's no dinner this evening," sold Miss Storey, glad to remain among familiar topics as long as possible; "tho Doctor said you wouldn't bo done in time. Cold buffet when you want it." "I sec. Well, you won't mind if I ask you some of my dam 1 silly questions, will you? I'm famous for 'cm." "Well, I don't see what I can tell you, I'm sure." "Funny thing. People never do But you can tell me for one thing how long you've been with the family." "Longer than onyonc else on the staff. Over four years now." "You like being here?" "If I hadn't I wouldn't have stayed. I never took any notice ot that silly Idea about the will. I used to tell them all they was fools to listen to It It was just a bit of stupidncss of the missus's. Poor thing--she used to think she was so clever with anything like that- And now look what it's done for her!" "You think her death had something to do with that will, then?" "I'm not saying It did, am I? I know nothing about It. I was downstairs at the time, and only heard the screaming." "Did tho other servants toko the will seriously?" "Well, they did and they didn't. We all used to talk about it, of course. It was a funny thing, when you come to think of it--us knowing all that money might come our way If anything was to 'appen to her. But none of us wished her any harm If that*S what you mean. None of us didn't." "You apeak for the others, too, then?" "No one can live morning, noon and night with people and not know something of what's going on in their heads," replied Miss Storey. "I wasn't over-keen on any of them, and I'm not going to say I was, and there was things I didn't approve of. But I know very well it wasn't none of them as did it. So if you're trying to put It onto them you're mistaken, that's all." "We're trying to come by a spot of truth," said Lord Simon. "I'm glad to hear it," snapped Miss Storey, almost before his sentence was finished. "Did you approve of Stall?" "I'm not going to discuss the other servants, sir. I've mode up my mind to that. I'll give you what information I con, but beyond that my opinion's my affair." "Quite right Will you tell us, then, at what time Stall went up to bed yesterday evening?" "As soon as ever he'd taken the whiskey into the lounge. Couldn't have been later than half-post 10. He complained of a headache, and Enid, tbc parlor-maid, said she'd be up if anything was wanted, and he popped off to bed." "You're sure he went to bed?" "How can I be? He took his alarm clock, as he always does, and let? the kitchen." "Saying good night?" "He did to Enid. Him and m« wasn't on speaking terms." "How was that?" "Oh, nothing to mention. Something to do with the souffle." 'Just so. Then you and Enid remained together in the kitchen. What about the chauffeur, Fellowes?" "He was there, too. I never approved of the arrangement, and I told Mrs. Thurston a dozen times, but there It was. Fcllowcs comes In for his supper every night about nine, and stays in my kitchen smoking cigarets till all hours." "But hang it oil, where else was he to go, Miss Storey?" "That's not my lookout. There 1 * the village down the road. Bat I didn't like it." "Well, there you were, tho three of you. Who left the room 8rst?" "Enid did, when she heard Mrx. Thurston go up to bed." (Xo Bo Continued) Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 SIX nOOM APARTMENT--Furnished in downtown location. Available February 35th. Apply Paramount Theatre. FOR RENT--Furnished liKht housckeep- inn apartment for two men. 116 West Peach strict. Phone 1470-J. FOUR ROOM--Furnished apartment with bath, electric refrigerator, garage Adults 208 west Washington avenue Houses for Rent 77 FOR RENT--FUc room house, furnished, reasonable rent; 237 VS East Fall-view avenue Coll 772-W. FOR RENT--Five room modern house, First street. South ConnellsviUc. Phone 1912-J. Real Estate for Sale Brokers In Real Estate DON T FORGET--You cnn own the home you havo been dreaming about Come in and I uill tell you how Many fine homes in all sections of the city. PETER II. WEIMER WEIMER ARCADE PROPERTIES FOR SALE OR RENT' T C PHAL1N. SO CONNELLSVILJ.E, PA. PHONE 975 Business Property for Sale 82 FOR SALE--Vandcrbllt Distillery Property, consisting of frame distillery building, three-story brick apartment- six-room frame dwelling four-stall, two-story frame rarafic, two-stall frame garage and stable W A Reed. Van- derbllt. Phone Dawson 49-U Houses for Sale 84 FOR SALE--Double house, flvo rooms each side, baths and furnace South 4th street West Side Si 800 Robci t IWrrii Phone 505 Real Estate for Sale Houses for Salo 84 HEAL E-JYS IN REAL ESTATEI SPRINGFIELD PIKE--Service Station nnd Lunch Room MURPHY AVENUE--Small four roo-n building and two lots. VINE STREET--Two, eight room houses ind one. six room house. LOGAN'S CROSSING--Four room house. 25 acres of good farm land. McCOY HOLLOW ROAD -- Six room rouso and six acres of land. COTTAGE AVENUE--Vive room house and six room house SOUTH CONNELLSVTLLE -- Six room house SYCAMORE STREET--Six room house. WM. P McKULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1760 HERE IS THE HOME YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FORI CROSSLAND HOAD-Just one-half mile from the City Limits. Ten room house Includlm* three acres of land and outbuildings, two baths, electricity, new stoam furnace, garage and laundry. Just recently remodeled and In the very best of condition Price is reasonable Inquire. Wm P McNULTY EAGLES BUILDING PHONE 1760 A REAL BUY I BLACKSTONE ROAD. 710-71S WEST SIDL--Twelve room double houso with bath and heater, all modern This property must be sold at once to settle estate Immediate possession Price reduced to $1,300 i PAUL WAGONER I 1009 W CHAWFORD AVE PHONE. 148 FOR SALE--Nice six room house with bith extra deep lot Good location. 208 East Falrvlcw avenue Robert ts'orrls Phone 505 VOU TELL US our details and well write jour ad Phone 12 or 13 for an ad-t^kcr NMV FOUR ROOM BUNGALOW--Good cellar. oiitbulldtnRb spring water, I 1 * acre, on Highway 31. East Laurelvlllc $800 c i ^ h Inquire on premises C E Kopp Route Mt Pleasant, Pa PATRONIZE those who advertise! ECONOMY OF TIME, money and effort results from Classified reading. Real Estate for Sale Ix ts For Sale SEVERAL NICE BUILDING LOTS I FOR SALE--At Poplar Grove. 60x140 ft City water and gas, telephone service, near Street Car line and highway. 15 you are Interested In good bulldtns lots at real Bargain Prices, sec C. B. McCormick. Poplar Grove, Phone. Con- ncllsvfllo, 1204-J. or writ a Post Office Box 144. Connellsvillc, Pa. Auctions- Legals Local Notices. N'OTICR. IN TJIE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS No 1 for the Coun*y of Philadelphia, State of Penn-olvanla December Term, 1937. No 4416. Tn re petition of the Dunbar Water Supply Company (i Pennsylvania corporation) for decree ot dissolution o£ *-ald corporation Notice is hereby given that the Dunbar Water Supply Company, (a Pennsylvania corporation), has filed in the above named Court its petition, praying for a decree of dissolution anil that the Court has Axed Friday, the llth day of March. 1038. at 10 o'clock A. M. ai the time and the said Court as the place for hearing ··Md petition and application for dissolution, v, hen and uherc all persons In* tcrested can attend and vhow cau^e. it any thev have. \\hy the prayer of the said petition should not be granted In tha Court of Common Pleas No I, In Room "B,' No 243, City Hall, Philadelphia. Pa. Drinker, BIddle Reath, Attorney for Petitioner, 1429 Walnut Street. Philadelphia, Pa llf«b-3t-fri ADMINISTRATOR*? NOTICE. ESTATE OF C H KEMP. LATE OP Connellsvillc. Fuyctte County. Pennsylvania deceased Letters of Administration In the abova citato having been granted to the undersigned, nonce lc hereby given to all persons Indebted to the said decedent to make pnjmcnt to the undersigned without delay, and all persons having clalrai .or demands agamsl said estate are requested to make knoun the same, Howard W Kemp. Administrator, 221 North Fin,t street. ConnellsxUlc, Pa HiSbcc Lcwcllyn Higbce, Attorney!. 21jan-Gt-Iri.

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