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PAGE SIX. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. - SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 193S. Courier Classified Advertisements / For Quick Results 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9o cash: lOc charge, i -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. r=i Ads to Bo Run 3 Times: r=i Per line, 7c cash; So charge. ·--' Ads to bo Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c cash; 7c charge. These Rates Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. There are five '(5) average words to each line. , "Cards of Thanks," 50c Flat Rate. Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-jTaker. Spea'a/-Your Ad InsertedV Times for the Price of Six!-Spea'a/ No Ad. Is Take'n'For Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Flowers and Mourning Goods 4 BASKETS SPRAYS , AT REASONABLE PRICES! P R. DcMUTH SONS SCOTTDALE--634 ---Funeral Directors --SIBEL. FUNERAL HOME-"The Last Word In Funeral-Service." CALL. CONNELLSVILLE 150. Personals LONELY PEOPLB--Dciirinc marriafe. stamp tor .particulars E. Thompson, 47 E. Parker street. Scranton, Pa. - ~A'utom~otive Automobiles for" Sale- - -- --LIST'S DO IT NOW I-- - _ NO TIME LIKE THE PRESENT TO BUY USED CARS! Compare "These: 1934 Bulck 4-door Sedan. 47 $450 1934 Chevrolet 2-door Sedan. Model DA. . - - SJOfl 1334 Chrysler 2-door Sedan . -- . Sloe 1933 Dod£C 4-door Sedan .. ,, . S3QO .1931 DcSoto 8, 4-tloor Sedan ._ $100 -1934 Hudson 8. 4-door Sedan ...._. 5400 1S31 Packard 4-door Sedan .... 5150 1930 Studcbakcr 4-door Sedan $125 1937 Willys Coupo SS7S 1033 Pontiae 2-door Sedan $273 1935 Graham 4-door Sedan . .. ..$445 Automotive Automobiles for Salo 11 Automotive Automobiles for Salo 11 Towing Anywhere . . . Anytime! YOUGH MOTOR COMPANY US SO. P1TTSBURG ST. PHONE 8. .... We Never Clost . -O-K." USED CARS NOW ON DISPLAY ON OUR USED CAR LOT WEST CRAWFORD AVE. NEXT TO WERTHEIMER MEN'S STORE. AND ALSO INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREET. MASON MOTOR COMPANY. Open Evenings 'till 9 o'clock. Open Sundays 'till 6 o'clock. PHONE 103. LATE MODEL USED CABSI HETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO. ECOTTDALE. PENNA. PHONE 407 --FRIDAY -- SATURDAY---AND SUNDAY---ONLY-- HERB IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO OWN YOUR OWN CAR1 SEE THESE SPECIALS I 1931 Ford Model A, 2-door Sedan S95 1932 Ford Deluxe 4-door Sedan . 5125 1929 Ford. Model A. Roadster S35 11*29 Chrysler Coupe, a Bargain $95 2-1930 Ford*. Model A Tudor Sedans In gfood condition. Your choice for only . $100 ea. DRIVE ONE OF THESE HO.ME! YOUR PICK OF. 5-1934 Ford V-8. 2-door Sedans. All have been thoroughly reconditioned and ready to sol IF YOU ARE IN THE MARKET FOR A BETTER USED CAR THEN SEE THESE1 1937 Ford V-3. Deluxe 4-door Sedan. 1936 Ford V-8. Deluxe 2-door Sedan. 1933 Plymouth Coupe. Very nice. 1932 Ford Deluxe Roadster with Rumble Scat. 1932 Plymouth 4-door Sedan in good condition. 1930 Chevrolet Coach. 1932 Pl mouth 2-door Sedan. 1932 Chc\rolct Roadster. PLEASE NOTICE-We have on hand many other late model Used Cars not mentioned in this ad You can see then any time on the tocond floor of our KaraKe or on our Ued Car Lot Jmt across the street. Every one hart been fully checked and ready for many thousands of mtlcy of drlvipg. STOP IN TODAY 1 ITS HERE! STOP 1 LOOK! SEE 1T1 SHIPPED DIRECT FROM AUTO SHOW IN DETROIT A CUT-AWAY CHASSIS OF THE NEW 1D38 FORD V-8 NOW ON DISPLAY FOR A SHORT TIMK ONLY IN OUR SHOW ROOMS FOR YOUR INSPECTION! BEFORE BUYING A NEW CAR SEE THE NEW 1938 MODELS OF THE Livestock Poultry, Eggs and Supplies 4D --N-O-T-I-C-E-THREE (3) EXCEPTIONAL WEEK END SPECIALS! Sec These Automobiles And . Save Yourself Money 1 1934 Plymoufh Coach equipped with Heater. In A-No. 1 Condition, for . . W98 1933 Plymouth Deluxe Sedan equipped ivllh Heater, all ready for the road. Priced at - .. $225 1930 Chevrolet Sedan In very good run- nine order. Will sell for . $98 NOTE:--THESE PRICES INCLUDE YOUR TITLE. LICENSE OR LICENSE AND TITLE TRANSFER. The Very Best OI Terms! E E. VAN SCOY, INC. HUDSON and TERRAPLANE SALES fc SERVICE. 259 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 213. BABY CHICKS--Plan now to get your chicks. All blood tested. Leghorns from R. O. P. flocks Ncwhampshlres from Hubbard and 'Jhrlsty strands. Other breeds from hliih production nocks. "OUR PRICE IS RIGHT--WE HATCH RIGHT--YOU START RIGHT --THEY GROW RIGHT.' This Is the kind you buy at The Sunbeam Hatch- cry. BcalliiVillc, Pa. Route 40. Farm Tractors for Sale 12-A FOR SALE--Small farm and garden tractor*. 5 sizes Write or call at Grover C. Sinsley. R. 1, Scottdalc. Pa. Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 DELCO LIGHT PLANT. 850 Watt automatic control, WcstinEhouse 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 House. Buildings, BulldlnR Materials 53 IF YOU ARE--Repairing a side-walk, concreting a cellar floor, btilldlnc drive-way, or doing concrete work of any kind, call us for hlKh Quality cement, sand and gravel. Stone £t Work. Phone 1700. Farm and Dairy Froducti 55 Wanted--Automotive 17 LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES J56 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234 Autos, Accessories, Tires, Parts 13 ALL CAR CHAINS _ - !4 OFF ALL CAR HEATERS . - . U OFF STORAGE BATTERY (EXCH ) . .. $3-!9 MOTOR OH.. 2 GALLONS . ,,. 79i ALCOHOL, PER GALLON . _ 5S FOG LIGHTS _ . PER PAIR. $47 B BATTERIES . . - --. . MIDGET RADIOS $12 95 UP LOWEST PRICES, AUTO PARTS. TIRES RADIO TUBES ACCESSORIES GOLDE TIRE RADIO COMPANY. 126 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 10 D4 DOING business tno Classified Waj you arc Influenctd to buy nothing cxccp your own needs and tho value of th goods offered. ECONOMY OF TIME, money and cfTor results from Classified reading. CASH FOR YOUR AUTOMOBILE--Must be a bargain. Write Automobile, care of Courier, describing car and price. Business Service Business Service Offered IS UPHOLSTERING. AWNINGS -- FURNITURE REPAIRING QUALITY WORK CALL. FISHER. PHONE 9654. LINCOLN ZEPHYR Trades' Easy Terms! Demonstrations! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY AUTHOR1XED FORD AND LINCOLN DEALF.RS WEST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 407. Open Evenings! Open Sundait $1 OILS--And makc^ minor adjustments on any sewing machine In your home. ParLn extra. Phone 8M Troutman t. APPLES--Spraed nnd hand picked. SOc per bushel. Somerset potatoes. $1.25 per b»B. We deliver. 413 E. Washington Ave. Phone 865-R. SOMERSET POTATOES--$115 per bag. Rome Beauty apple*. 503 E. Newmytr A\e. Phone 1KC-R. Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KIND EXCEPT LIFE. FAYETTE REALTY CO PHONE 1375 T. D. GARDNER. MGR. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE--All kinds. Se« me for rates. James R. Laughlln, Iiuurance. 309 FlrM National tlanx Building. Phone 520. Movlnr. Trucking. Storage 25 DULL'S TRANSFER 4 STORAGE Local and lone dlstanc* movlntt Every load Insured. Modern storage for household goods. We do cratlnR for ihlpmcnt by rail. Phone SO. 12: Ea»t Peach itreet. Printing, Engraving, Binding 17 MR. TARMTR HERES MONEY IN YOUR POCKET1 Why not mn · email Inexpensive Classified Ad In our Ctmlfled Section which will find * market for your (arm products, your live ftock. your farm Implements, and household goods? You will find many people who want to buy the many things you have for salcl The Dally Courier has a largo rural circulation which makes It the popular choice among tho fanners and assures you that your message will reach the people who are In lh« market for your products. You will rind: Our ntti In th« above CUstlfled beading. All Claulfled Ads ar« payablt In Furl. Feed. Fertilizers YOUR MO.VEY REFUNDED U you gel tho dclred results ocfore your Dd expires. Why not advertise that extra drt-iscr? THERE ARE many things obtainable through the Classified Adi that It would bo dlflJcult to net ID any other way. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 2O 40. 24- S3 E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVE.S O.V VOUR PtUNTINC WORK I U-Utr llcadil--mil l[»dil For Rent C*rdsl--For Sale Carets! Callinc Card3!-Hand DIIIH--nindlncl No Trespassing i»!cns For Sale! AU Work Guaranteed! At Reasonable RatesI COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. 'HONE 6J COURIER BLDC OR PHONE RESIDENCE. 91. Professional Services COIUIF.CT KITTING THUSShS -- El.utlc Hosiery and olhtr surgical -ippllancei. A. A Clarke PU G Drucclit 323 North PHUburn street. Phone 1IM COAL--B-1U Connell«vll!e coklnc. lump and run of mine Pittsburgh Champion nut coal and larxe lump Coke, all Klzrs. Stone .V Work. Phona ITOO. ULST Q1V.L1TY -- V-FL coking coal, moderately priced Immediate delivery. Gerald Schemer. Phono JWI. CUSTOM COAI--IOC. lie and dr. lucrcd, George W. Kern. ConnelUvtlle. Phone «I21-R-11. CFNUINE WASHINGTON RUN COAI-- Wm. Dull A bon Ptioo« r«Ue, 107: Daxion. 32tSl or W3\. COAl^-Good black lump) run of mine, lOc bu'hel dr.l\ered Cath Koballa Ilroi Plione 2037 Iloiuehold Good] 59 rott SALF.1 - FOR SALEI BARGAINS--In all kinds o! used (uml- ture Includlnc Hashing machine) Al' ix flat top desks, adding machines and DULI.'S STORAGE IE! EAST PEACH STREET PHONL. SO Rcpairinc and HclinLsIiInc 29 SAM'S UPHOLSTERING gc REPAIR SHOP--Guaranteed work. For hale, rebuilt llvini; room suites, beds, drescrs and many other articles 307 North Water itrcct, ConncllhUllc. Pa T--£ large' unit 2^-2,000 pounds" of aiT army 23--Tear 27--A pungent plant with pink flowers 30--Diminutive of Samuel 32--Sapient 33--River In Italy 34--Assume 30--Question 5--Narrow strip? of wood 10--At sea 12--A rake 13--An eyelid M--Artificial reservoir for storing water 16--The French 37--Mythical masculine monster article 38--Joy 17--Interjection 39--The years of to attract one's ago attention terminating 18--Turf in teen 19--Pristine 40--Water vessels DOWN 1--Unsophistl- 6--Aptitude cated 7--Digits 2--A species 8--One of the of willow Great Lakes 3--Color P--Dispatch --·Papa 11--A legal hold l ; .on property 24--Greek letter 14--A native of 25--Cures by. China. smoke 15--The emerald 26--A houseboat 17--.Keyed up 28--Luxurious 29--Overturn 30--A speck 31--Bare 35--A number with eager desire 20--Neuter pronoun 21--A row of letters Answer to previous puzzlo 36--A wing 38--Proceed UPJIOLSTEnl.N'G-- Repairs, /nctory methods AwninK:. slip covers. Latest fabrics Rudolph'::. 131 K. Falr\lcw Avc Phono 1S17-.1. Employment Help Wanted--Female ADDIiEiS ENVELOPES HOME FOR US --Good pjy. Experience unnecessary. Wonderful opportunity. Everything supplied. Nationwide Distributor*, -101 I3ro,idv,ny. N. Y. Help Wanted--Male VACANCY--Old line Insurance Company". Must have car. Good references required. Apply 415 Second National Bank Bldg. Un!onte*n. 1'a. WANTED--Two Electric Appliance Si.lcs- inen. Experience not ncces-sary, Kc'lvinator appliances arc easily sold. Frank Sweeney. 127 E Crawford Avc. STORE WIDE REDUCTIONS! ON ALL FURNI1UHE. RUGS AND STOVES co^^E INI SEEI AND SAVEI LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES .Mr'KVIS FUHNITUKE COMPANY. NORTH prrrsuuRG ST. PHONE 20:0 YOUIt CREDIT IS GOOD HEREI FOR SALE--Llvlnc room rulte Cheap to milck buser Phone Diuson 3M3. P O. Ilox G5. DlckcrRon Run. Wanted--To Buy WANTED--Fuim nantl. Must be able to milk and drive car and have drivers' liccnbc Robert Sligtr on Narrows Road Financial Need Money 40-B Get n "PERSONAL" LOAN lo Clean up Xmas Bills Or Other Old Debtsl Consolidate ALL your bills with our PERSONAL-lzcd s e r v i c e . Small Monthly rcpa ments Come In NOW I LOANS up to S300--ALL PLANS. PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY. Over McCrorv s Store. Phone 34 WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE REMEMBER. The more you say. th« ] quicker U pays. 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' YOUKSELI' SOME SPENDING MONEY??? Rooms and Board KEAD TH1B 1T1R3T: Thrco famous detectives, Lord Simon, M. Picon, and Monslgnor Smith, uro investigating tho murder of fifra. Mnry Thurston. mtddtc-accd wlfo of a retired Kncllah physician, found alaln In bed durin? m weck-«nd party at Uio Thurston home nenr London. Those in tho houso when Mra. Thuraton retired were her huaband: Townscnd, the author: Williams, tho family lawyer: Strickland, a sportsman, and the servants. Mr. Rider, tho vicar, had been a dinner £ucst. Three piercing screams prcccdM tho discovery of tho tragedy. Mrs. Thurcton's bedroom door was bolted from tho inside and Uio only opon window, from which had been tossed tho murder weapon, a Chinesa knu*a from tho Thurston hallway, was SO feet from tho frround. Sergeant Beef, the local constable, also in on tho scene. Preliminary Investigation revealed Mrs. Thurston had stepson by a first marriage who had bad nama and who hod not been heard of for years: also that her bank account eue- Kestca she may have been blackmail victim. Tho detectives aro questioning the Thurston cook. NOW GO ON WITH THE STORY: CHAPTER 19 LORD SIMON continued to question tho cook. "Oh, you could hear Mrs. Thurston go to bed from tho kitchen, could you?" "Not .. the door had been shut you couldn't. But Enid would keep tt ajar last night," suggested Miss Storey. "Did she appear to be listening for something?" "Sho and tho chauffeur, yes. Once I got up and put tho door to, because of the draught. But sho soon had It open again. 1 * "How did you account for that?" "Oh, It was nothing very unusual. Sbo alwaya used to go up when Mrs. Thurston did. Sho was fond ot ber mistress, I will say that for her, and used to follow her up to se« If sbo wanted anything." "Wo know that that was at 11 o'clock. How long did Fell owes utay with you?" "Not more than a minute or so because I remember him looking up at tbc clock and remarking on it." "On the clock?" "No. On the time. "Hallo,' h said, 'it's past IV And bo got u] and went upstairs." "Did you look up nt tho clock T' "I can't say I did. But I know it wasn't many seconds after E n l " had gone." "At any rate, you saw neither o them again until after tb screams?" -Which did you see first?" "Enid, She came- rushing In t say they were breaking down th missus' door," "That would be within two minutes of the scream?" "Yes." "What had you t!on« to mean time?" "Me ? 1 was fro£« to tho spo for a minute. Well, all alone i this old kitchen, which IB creep enough at the of times, on then to h«ar someone hollering ou like that. I'm not one to b frightened, but I aak you. Whc I'd pulled myself together, I hear the KCDt'cmcn running upstal and as soon as I'd got tho doo open I paw Enid come tcarin down with her eyes popping out o her head." ·Then?" "Well, thenjt some time late down cornea Mr. Stall, lookin like a ghoit In his dressing gown. And then Fcllou cs comes rutinin down and soya he's sent for th doctor and the police. I hear him start tbc car and drive o: for about 10 minutes. I shou say, Enid nits there silent. The ail of a sudden she goes into by tcricB. and Mr. Stall runa out t the room saying 'o wa3 afti brandy. Ho comes back for minute, we £Cta Knid a bit coir then he goes away again, to ace I things as he called it." "Good. You've got it all a mlrably clear. You saw no on Iso that' evening 1 Nono ot the nests?"! / "No." / "I'm afraid I've been very in- ilattlvc.' But I can't think of any more questions to ask you." Suddenly M. Picon turned round om the llrcplacc. "A little mo- cnt if you please, mam'scllc," he aid. "You will tell Papa Picon bat you call 'a thing or two', o?" Iss Storey seemed to wonder yc a. moment whether this was 10 sort of opening favored by Id gentlemen on a train,, or a cnulne request for information, o sho remained noncommlttally lent "The young man, the chauffeur. o called your attention to the ock perhaps?" "Not exactly that Ho just sold was past 11, and that bo must "Ho did not soy why or where? "No. But he had a rat trap ith him." "Ah yes. Tho trap for tho little :t, ricst-ce pus? And where would he bo taking that?" "Tho applo room, I suppose, [rs. Thurston was always com* mining sho could hear them over cr head." 'Always complaining, la it not, o Fcllowes?" "Yes." "And tell 'irn to place the trap, o?" "I SUppOSO BO." "And now the girl. Did she tell ou perhaps where she was when he screams were heard?" Oh yes. Sbo was in Dr Thurston's room, turning back the . . ." Sara I'm afrai "And the chauffeur, you saw him no more that night?" "Not to speak to." "I thank you. I thank you ilso, mam'sellc, in anticipation, the cold buffet," he added with characteristic courtesy, "That's all, then?" asked Miss Storey. Instinctively wo turned imith, but b« was apparently asleep. "Monslgnor Smith Williams called him. "Oh yes. Dear me. I was dozing. I was going to asV you about a bell. The front doo icll. Did you hear it last night, Miss Storey?" "When?" "When the girl had hysterics? "Can't say I did. But then-might cosily not have, even If 1 hod rung a dozen times. She was a convulsions, as you might say [ had no time for listening t bells." Mgr. Smith resumed his sleep posture, and Miss Storey left tu "I can certainly believe in tba [ally's cookln'," commented Lor Simon: "accuracy and dlscrctlo seems to be her strong suits.' 'She Is no lover of romance your Mademoiselle Storey," ad milted M. Picon. "I wonder whether perhaps she had cause t dislike romance--a certain apccia romance. Voyons. Wo shall s* as the time continues. I eould not resist a query to Mgr. Smith. "You were think ing . . .?" I said. "I was thinking about bell*. "Campanology, perhaps?" "No, electric bells. Marriage bells, maybe. Or even . . ." h voice sank, "even muffled bells.' Whereas I, just then, was troubled with many new doubts. Wh did Miss Storey dislike tho resi of tbc staff? Of what did ah disapprove? Why had Fellowp colled her attention to the Urn when ho left her? And was It coincidence that at the moment o the screams. Enid, Fellowea. Stal Strickland and Norrls had at been, presumably, upstairs, whl Miss Storey herself had bee alone in the kitchen with no on. to establish her alibi, and M Miles, that now and rather »l: ter person, had been enjoying, mewhcro In tho district, hii vening off"? Stall, the butler, vas the next erson questioned. Stall came in cfcrentioUy and seemed embar- ssed when he was told that h« Ight sit down. He had no sooner one so than Sergeant Beef round- 1 on him with deplorable crude- ess. " 'Ere," he almost shouted, 'avo you been blackmailing Mrs. · hurston ?" Stall stirred uneasily. Surely /en Beef could have expected nly one answer to tho question. Certainly not," was all that the an wisely said. 'Well, it looks very much like ' went on tho Insupprcssible ccf. "Very much like it. She's cen drawing out big sums to moll notes, and I don't know who so could 'ave been on to 'cr If It asn't you. Why don't you own 3, now?" Such cross methods evidently clpcd Stall to reassure himself. Is composure returned and be aced the sergeant "I don't think need answer such a question,** o said. "It's ridiculous." "Oh no, it's not," Beef went on, .·hilo I could sea that tho thrco ivestlgators, whose delicate wits ·ero outraged by all this, had bc- ome Impatient. "Oh no, it's not. fou're one of the 'ypocritcal sort, Mr. Stall. Sing in the choir, you o, instead of coming down to the ocoL I'm more than 'arf con- inced that you've been up to omethlng in tho blackmailing inc. Out with it now, what 'avo 'ou dono with that two 'undred uid you 'ad off of Mrs. Thurston?" 'It you've quite finished. Beef, 1 *, sighed Lord Simon. "Oright, you 'avo a go at '1m. fou'll sec if I wasn't right" There was evident relief when he sergeant returnee; to his note- look, and Lord Simon, leaning 1 )ack in his chair, began more] actful sort of cross-cxominatlorU "Of course you knew of Mrs,' Thurston's will, Stall?" "Oh yes, my lord." "And what did you think aboutl t?" "Very gratifying, my lord, that Mrs. Thurston should havo con-l sidered us in that way. But not a matter to be taken very seriously.** "And the other servants?" "Very similar ideas, my lord. ' X may say no. domestic servants today are more highly educated than in former times, and not likely to be deceived by any- :hing quite so ingenuous." "Keally. Yet Ingenuous or not, tho bally thing was there, wasnt It?" Stall shrugged. T. had Beared? troubled to consider it," ho safa. "I sec. Were you and FellowS friendly? You know, pals, paii, jolly old pals. If you'll excuse my low-brow Idiom?" "Your lordship can afford to use * long. No, wo wero in no- sense friends. It could hardly be.' expected that In my position X should fraternize with a young 1 fellow of that type." "What type?" "The chauffeur has bcca to sosJ my lord, if not worse. He is aj very blunt-spoken young monJ whose history has not been alto- 1 gethcr reputable, I believe." "Whereas your own?" "My references go back ovcrl many years, my lord, and I be-' lieve aro unimpeachable." "It must have token you tboae many years to cultivate your manner, Stall. It Is the roost perfect thing of iti kind I've »v«r come upon. "Thank you, my lord." "Was there anything dso yon didn't like about Fellowes?" "I disapproved of his familiarity with the parlor-maid." (To Bo Continued) Rooms and Board Rooms for Housekeeping 6!) On. RENT-- Three lurnHhcd roomN private bath Also suitable for two Ccntlemen. Inquire 1216 Chestnut St. Three ntccly furnished rooms for llKht hoir^ckrcpniK, prlvatt b.uh. private entrance Inquire 316 O;den street. Wanted--Rooms or Board 73 WANT TO RENT--TV.O or Uirec un- furnldhcd rooms for liKht housekeeping or smalt apartment Write E T. Ca.o of Courier. 'Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 71 DOWN TOWN APARTMtNT--For rent live rooms and bath Heat nn- 1 \\nler /urnKhcd. Immediate potsc^^lon 12J South Piltiburg street. PIIOI.J 341. FOH RKNT--Apartments. Inquire Smuts Apartment Bulldinfi. 7J5 CrawKrd avcnuy. West Side FOK RENT--Two and three room npi merits 109 South Sixth Direct. Inquiic Smut? Hardv, arc Rooms Without Board 63 ONE LARGE BEDROOM--For rent, suitable for two persons, ladles prcfcircd. Rent rcasomble, Ubc ol phone. 507 Johnston avenue Phone 532 IN WRITING a Classified Ad be sure to tell all the facts which j ou would want to know 11 you yourscli wero a prospective buyer. THE CLOSER you stick to classlllcd ads the closer your money will stick to you and the farther It will go when you bpend Jt IF YOU DON'T ice what you want In this section, advertise for It. Phone, 12 or 13 for on ad-talccr. SIX ROOM APARTMENT--Furnished, jn downtown location Available Kcbru ory 15th Apply Paramount Theatre. Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate PROPERTIES FOU SALE OR RENTl T. C. PHALIN. SO CON NELLS VILLE. PA. PHONE 073. Business Properly for Sale 82 FOR SALE--VandcrbJH Distillery Prop- crtj,. consivting of frame distillery biiildinn. three-story brick apartment; ilx-room inme dwelling, four-stall. two-itory frame garage; two-Ma]J frame Hi race and Diablo \V. A. Hood, Van- dcrbllt. Phone Dnwson 4MI. Houses for Salo 84 HERE IS TirE HOME YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FORI CROSSLAND ROAD--Just one-half mile from the City Limits. Ten room house inUudlnp three acres ot land and out- bulldlnfis, two baths, electricity, new steam furnace, garage and laundry. Jubt recently remodeled and in the very btst of condition. Prlco 1» reasonable Inquire. Wm P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING, PHONE 1760 REAL BUYS IN REAL ESTATTI PRINGF1ELD PIKE--Service Station and Lunch Room. IURPHY AVENUE--Small four room building and two lots. 'INE STREET--Two. eight room houses nnd 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 o£ land. COTTAGE AVENUE--Fivo room hous« and six room house. SOUTH CONNELLSVILLE -- Six room house. SYCAMORE STREET--Six room house. WM. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1760. FOR RENT--Furnished liKht Huu«ekcep- f n n .ipnrtmcnL for two men 116 West Peach street. Phone 1470-J. FOUR ROOM--Furnished apartment with b,uh, electric refrifteiator, gar ige. Adults. 208 West Washington avenue. FOR SALE--Double house, five rooms each ·side, baths and furnace South 4th itrect. Weal Side. $1.800. Robert Norrli. Phone 505 Houses for Rent 77 FOH RENT--Five room hou";e, furnished, reasonable rent; 237*3 East Falrvlew avenue. Call 772-W. Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate DON'T FORGET--You can own the home ou have 'jccn dreaming about. Come in nnd I will tell jou how. Many fine home* In all sections oj the city. PETER R WEIMER WEIMER ARCADE. IT IS ONLY necessary to tell people where real bargains arc to be found and 11 crowd will soon be there Classified ads are constantly pointing the way to real value for hundicds of people who ceculariy took to them for guidance. A REAL BUY1 BLACKSTONE ROAD. 716-718 WEST SIDE--Twelve room double house with bath and heater, ail modern. This property must be sold at once to cettle estate Immediate possession. Price reduced to $1 500 PAUL WAGONER M9 W CRAWFORD AVE PtiONE 148 NEW FOUR ROOM BUNGALOW--Gooi collar, outbuildings, spring water, 1 acre, on Highway 31. East LaurcKillc $800 cash Inquire on premises. C. E Kopp, Star Route, ML Pleasant, Pa. FOR SALE--Nice six room house with bath, extra deep lot Good location 208 East Fair-view avenue. Roben Norrls Phone 505 A-No 1 SERVICE Is what'you get fron Classified Ads When you have a specla nrcd to fill, phone us the particulars an details. You can get an ad-taker at 12 o 13, Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale LoU For Salo 85 SEVERAL NICE BUILDING LOTS! FOR SALE--At Poplar Grove, 60x140 ft. City water and £as. telephone service, near Street Car lino and highway. I£ you are interested In good building lots at real Bargain Prices, see C. B. McCormlck, Poplar Grove. Phone, Con- ncllsUUe. 1204-J. or write Post Office Box 144. ConncIIsviJlc, Pa. Legal Notices. TO T1IF. TAXPAYERS OF CONNELLS- V1LLC TOWNSHIP; FAYETTE COUNTY. PJSS'.VA. Notice is hereby given that the proposed annual budget of Connellsville To\vnship Supervisors for the year 1838. as required by Legislative Act No, 366, approved June 5. 1937, is now in th« hand* of the Secretary. Frank V. Roy. North Jcflcroon Street. Connellsville Township, Faette County. Penna.. where 12th. 1938 to March 4th, 1938 THE CLASSIFIED SECTION offers a complete catalogue o! the wants and offers of the people of ConnellsviUc and vicinity. A CLASSIFIED AD can find the right kind of a job for the right kind of man or woman AS LONG AS you have the Classified Section, you needn't wait Ions to obtain anything you, need--It ti Aasy to get,

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