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PAGE SIX. · THE DAILY. UOUKUCK, CONNKtiUSVILLiE, PA. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15,1UB8. Courier Classified Advertisement^ /For Quick Results -CLfSSIFlED AD. RATES- Specidl Yearly Rates Upon Request. Ads to Be Run 3 Times: 7c cash; 8c charge. Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c cash; 7c charge. 1 and 2 Times:.": : " · ' 151 " : Per line, So cash; lOc.-charge. *--'.'. v " - . ::';\i,' : 2". These Rates/Are Based-On Consecutive Insertions. j ;·'·"··.· : : ;ir ;,,- ' There dre";five (5.) average words to each line. "Cards of THanks/'^Oc Flat'Rdte.^: ^-^r^.;; . ·.. : ." Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Tjaker. ; Speeiq/^r-Your i^id InsirMd-^Times for the Price of Sixi--Special '--.-·. -rr-.v-'-r. .;r_.No'.Ad:JsTcikeniE6r2t^s : Than a Basis of-Three (3) Lines! Announcements ..-.-:.-.. card of Thanks 8TONEB--I-desire to thank at this time. · my many Irichds. relatives' and nclgh- . bors for - the' .sympathy extended me during the Illness and' death of my wife. Sadie .J.. Stoner* M'wish to thank the pallbearers. those~\vho sent flowers, thosc-who so" kindly furnished cars and , all who assisted'me ia a.ny way. Albert V. Stoner. -. T Flowcrs^and. Alounmic -Goods · 4 -_--BASKETS.* SPRAYS--.. AT REASONABiJU-PBICES1 - · C^ILLE-rra^'.- · SCOTTDALE--8M Funeral: Directors 5 - .. ' --SIBEL.XUNERAICHOME-T' ' . The-Last -Word-In-Funeral- Service." CALL, CONNEULSVILLE 150. :_u - AufomoHxe Automobiles (or Sale 11 ITS HERE! STOP! LOOK! SEE ITI SHIPPED DIRECT i FROM AUTO SHOW IN DETROIT. - A CUT-AWAY CHASSIS '."_':".·-. ' OF..THE NEW... : ":; -------- _;1838 FOBD "V-t"- ".-%·.. .... _'.NOW;;ON DISPLAY FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY " : - IN OUR SHOW ROOMS FOR YOUR INSPECTION! ; BEFORE BUYING A NEW CAR SEE THE NEW '1338 MODELS. OF THE "."-.'. 'UNCOLN' ZEPHYR- ·'.;;:.-_ '_ Trades^ Easy Terms! Demonstrations WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY ..... AUTHORIZED FORD AND LINCOLN DEALERS WEST CRAWFORD' AVE. PHONE 407 'Open Evenings! Open Sundays! -O.-K." 'USED CARS · " ' ' NOW ON DISPLAY ' ON OUR US2D CAR LOT WEST CRAWFORD AVE. KEXT TO WERTHEOIER MEN'S STORE AND ALSO INSIDE OCR GARAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREET. MASON MOTOR COMPANY. .. _OoeD EvenlnRs 'till'0 o'clock. ·· - -~ Open Sundays 'till 0 o'clock. PHONE 103. LATE MODEL USED CARS! HETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO. SCOTTDALE. PENNA. PHONE 0 LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES *SS E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234 Automotive Farm Tractors, lor Sale 12-A OR SALE--Smnll farm and garden tractors. 5 sizes. Write or call at Grovcr C. Sinslcy. R. 1. Scottdalc. Pa. ^ :.~. 'Autos, Accessories, .Tires, Parts. 13 LL CAR CHAINS ...:-».:' tt OFF! VLL CAR HEATERS % OFFI TORAGE BATTERY (EXCH.) ":_...'!S3J9 IOTOR On* '2-GALLONS-v.:..-..:.~.^...:' 79c 1LCOHOL.--PKR GALLON ...,..,". ;...SOc' OG LIGHTS :.._.'JER PAIR..$4.75 . BATTERIES ;......'................;......... 88c HDGF.T RADIOS «.TM"_. $12.95 UP. OWEST PRICES; AUTO PAHTS, TIRES,- · RADIO.; TUBES ACCESSORIES. GOLDK-TIRE : RADIO COMPANY. 20 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 10. Wanted--Automotive .17 CASH FOR YOUR AUTOMOBILE--Must be a-bargain. ..Write Automobile, care ol Courier, describing car and price. Business Service Business Service Ottered 18 UPHOLSTERING. AWNINGS -- FURNI- ·TURE REPAIRING. QUALITY WORK. CALL.. FISHER. PHONE 90M. 1 OILS--And makes minor adjustments on any sewing machine in your home. Parts extra. Phone 890. Troutman's Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE - ALL KIND EXCEPT LIFE. ·AYETTE REALTY CO. " PHONB 1376 T. D. GARDNER. MGR. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE--All, kinds. Sec mo for rates.- James R. Liughlin Insurance.. 309 ' First .'.National 'Bank ' Building^ Phone 520..^:^ j; . " MovInjr.Mrucklnc;, Storage" " Z5 DULL'S TRANSFER STORAGE. Local and long distance moving. Every oad insured. Modern storage for bouse told goods. We do crating for shlpmen by rail. Phone 50. 122 East Peach street Prinlinr, Engraving-, BlnOinr 2' Business Service Repairing and Rcfinishlns 29 PHOLSTERING--Ilepalrs, factory methods. Awnings, slip covers. Latest fabrics. Rudolph's. 13L E. Falrvlow Ave. Phono 1817-J. Employment STORE WIDE REDUCTIONS! ON ALL FURNITURE. RUGS AND STOVES. COME INI SEE1 AND SAVE I LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES. MEUV1S FURNITURE COMPANY. «5RTH PITTSBURG ST. PHONE !020. YOUR CREDIT IS'GOOD HERE! Help Wanted--Female A'OMEN WANTED--Can use a few moro who are wlHInc to work seven hours 'per day. Must be free to travel. Transportation furnished. Sco Mr. Herbert, ]0:00 to 12:00, Wednesday morning only, at Pcnn Conncll Hotel.. Help Wanted--Male 33 IEN WANTED--Two more, unencunv bored and free to travel. · Average beginner's earnings ?18.00~ to $28.00 week' ly. Transportation furnished. See Mr. Herbert. 10:00 to 12:00. Wednesday morning only, nt Pcnn Connclt HotcU WANTED--Two Electric Appliance Salesmen. Experience not necessary, Kclvinator appliances arc easily sold. Frank Sweeney, 127 E. Crawford Avc. WANTED--Farm hand. Must bo able to milk and drive car And have drivers' license. Robert Sllger on Narrows Road. MAN AND WIFE--To run Coffee Agency Up to $43 first week. Automobile given as bonus. Write Albert Mills. 4445 Monmouth, Cincinnati, O. Financial Need Money iO-B ·Get » "PERSONAL" LOAN to" Clean up Xmas Bills Or Other Old Debts! Consolidate ALL your bills with our PERSONAL-ized 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. E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUR PRINTING WORK! ' ., . .. Letter HcadsI--BUl Heads! For Rent Cards 1--For Sale Cards! Calling Cardsl--Hand Bills!--Binding! No Trespassing Signs For Salel All Work Guaranteed! At Reasonable Ratesl COUlUEn JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 65. COURIER BLDG. OR PHONE RESIDENCE. OL Livestock Horses. Cattle, Other Stock · 4 FOR SALE OR TRADE--1 Jersey co' and 1 Chester white nhoat. Dr. Jack son Farm, off Springfield Pike. Merchandise Houchold Goods 59 Wanted--To Buy 66 CASH IS WHAT WE PAY- BRING DJ ALL YOUR LARGE CLEAN WHITE RAGS TO THE DAILY COURIER OFFICE TO- DAY AND WE WILL PAY .YOU . "So" PER POUND. WHY NOT LOOK AROUND AND MAKE YOURSELt SOME SPENDING MONEY??? Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board 68 ONE LARGE BEDROOM--For rent, suitable for two persons, ladles preferred. Rent reasonable. Use of. phone. £07 Johnston avenue. Phone 532. FOR RENT--Furnished room In private family. Gentleman preferred. Near High School. Ill S. Cottage avenue. Rooms for nonsekeepins; 69 FOR RENT--Three furnished rooms, private bath. AUo suitable for two gentlemen. Inquire 1216 Chestnut SL Three nicely furnished rooms for light housekeeping, private bath, private entrance. Inquire 316 Ogden street. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and'Flats FOR KENT--Two and three room apartment*. 100 South Sixth itreet. Inquire Smutx Hardware. FOR SALE--1 two-year-old reglsterei Guernsey Bull. B. F. Strlckler, lii miles west of Vanderbilt. Professional Services 28 CORRECT FITTING TRUSSES -- Elastic Hosiery and other surgical appliances. A. A. Clarke. PH.G. Druggist. 323 North.Plttaburg street. -Phone 104. FINE LATE MODEL USED CARS E. E. VAN SCOY. INC. »19 B. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243. REMEMBER, The znoro you cay, the quicker It pays. Repairing and Kcfinlshlnr 29 SAM'S UPHOLSTERING REPAIR SHOP--Guaranteed work. For sale, rebuilt IlvlnK room suites, beds, dressers and many other articles. . 307 North Water street,' Conncllsvllle, Pa. ' TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE t...-. If- IB- 19 -- r Ji ·H- - 16. - JS;; 28- 29 14- 4O 55 11 -- Man's name ia-- Dogs used for re trie v- . . . . , . ,, I--A-cnunVoyer-27--?E«ruse--; [ a sore -^"SO-^Eitclama-"'.'.-'· 5--Plea · ' " · . * "lion of-Joy 10--Any subtle" 31--An:appear-..'. , invisible ex- once 'of dl-" · " natation agorial lines on a fabric 33--Belonging Co him 3»--Elasticity ' 38--The 15th of ·' March (Roman calendar) -..39--Flat, stiff. .piece of paper 41--An arid region ·42--Hence -'.. river-" · - . . . : 16 -- Single spot card · ' 17-- Rambles IS -- Pronoun 20 -- Festival 21 -- Neurotic twitching of a muscle 23 -- A bounder ' 24-- Kind of . strong ale DCWN 1 -- Symbol for about which samarium anything 2 -- Mongrel dog turns. 3 -- Space 8 -- Number. ·' ·i -- Lot 9 -- Young 6 -- A bird of the woman cuckoo fam- 13 -- Egyptian ay. ",-cod ·; « -- Looked cu- 14-- Note of the rlously ' . . . . scale. , . T-- Fixed pin. IS^Coajuncl ton 22-^Turmng- :~r. : ". point , ~ · '. 23^-Ono who ' calls 25 -- Cry of pain 26-- Chatter (colloq.) 28-rCut off the final vowel 29-- Flinch 31 -- Stepped on 32 -- Pronoun ' - 33--Fifth letter '·.; · ^of the-Hc- 'brew alpha-V bet ·' .34-j-Mark left :it -.'."by a healing Injury 36--Suffix to form nouns of agent 37--Unit of work ·· · · 40--First no!c of the seals Answer to previous puzzle K A m m c m E. flu FOR SALE--Stock bull. See n. C. Clans- burn, Star Route. Scotfclalc. Pa. Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 DELCO LIGHT PLANT. 850 Watt automatic control, Westfnshousc lend plate batteries, utcd only ono year. Radio, vacuum cleaner, iron. Will 5acrlflcc. Come and KCC tt work. W. E. Milter. Pleasant Valley Road, near Mud School House. Building Materials 53 IF IT IS In Die bull dins supply line, we have it. Stone Work. Phone 1700. Farm and Dairy Trotlucts 55 APPLES--Sprayed and hand picked. 50c per bushel. Somerset potatoes. $1.25 per bag. We deliver. 413 E. Washing ton Avc. Phono 863-R. SOMERSET POTATOES--31.25 per bag. Rome Beauty applca. 503 E, Ncwmycr " Ave. Phone 1826-R, - MR. FARMER HERE'S '.MONEY IN YOUR POCKET1 Why'not run" a small inexpensive . Classified Ad in 1 .our Classified Section which will flnd a market £or"your farm" products, ''your Uvo stock, your farm implements, and household goods? You will flnd many people who want to buy tho many things you have for sale! The Dally Courier has a largo rural circulation which makes It tho popular choice · among tho farmers and assure* you that your message will rcnch tho people who are In the market for your products. ·You .Will .Find: Our rates In th« above Classified~ heading. ".All Classified Ads are payable in advance! - Fuel, Feed.- Fertilizers 56 COAL---9-fL Conncllsvillc coking, lump "and./run.- of.'ininc...'.Pittsburgh. Champ Ion,nuticoar.and largo, lump., Coke, all sizes;- Stone Work. Phono 1700, BEST QUALITY -- 9-Ft. coking coal. moderately priced. Immediate delivery. 1 Gerald -Schemer.-- Phono-1991. 1 - -- CUSTOM COAL--lOc. lie and 13c delivered. George vv. Kern. ConncllsvUle. Phone 412I-R-II. GENUINE ..WASHINGTON RUN COAL-Wm. Dull jfc Son. Phono C'ville. 107: Dawson. ~32G1 or 3631^ COAL--Good black lumpy run of mine, lOc bushel delivered. Cash. Koballa Bros. Phone 2037. Household Goods FOR SALE! -- FOR SALES BARGAINS--In all kinds of used furniture including washing machines. Also flat top desks, adding machines and typewriters. DULL'S STORAGE 122 KAST FCACJI STREET. PHONE. 50. WKKN Y0t7 SHOP throuRh the Classi. tied Section you buy trom choice not from persuasion. FOR RENT--Apartments. Inquire Smuti Apartment Bufldinff, 715 Crawford avenue. West Side. SIX ROOM APARTMENT--Furnished. In downtown location. Available February J5th. Apply Paramount Theatre. FOR RENT-- Furnixhed llKht housekeep Ing apartment for two men. '116 Went Peach street. Phone 1470-J. FOUR ROOM--Furnished apartment with bath, electric refrigerator. garage. Adults. COS Went Washington avenue. Houses for Rent TO SUB-LET--Five room house, fur- rensonable r«U; 237 */j East avenue. Call 77Z-W. ' FOR RENT--Five room house, bath, hoi ·water heat. 110 South Fourth itreet, Wc« Side. Real Estate tor 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. WEIMER WEXMEIt ARCADE. PROPERTIES FOR SALE OR RENT1 T. C. PHALIN. SO. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. -PHONE 875. Business Property for Sale 82 FOR SALE--Vanderbilt Distillery Property, consisting ot frame distillery building, three-story brick apartment; six-room frame dwelling; four-stall, two-story frame garage: two-stall frame garage and stable. W. A. Reed. Van- dcrbllt. Phone Dawson 4941. Farms and -land for Sale 83 JOHN C. SLATER FARM--For sale. 102 acres, large brick house, several-outbuildings, located near Broadford. 22 Volumes BrUtanlca encyclopedias, cheap. Write Mrs. Grover C. Fosbrlnk, Box 233, Bobtown. Pa. DETECTIVES BRUCE: COfVRICHT BY LEO BKUCEt RELEASED tn CCKTKAL HES3 A3SOCIAT1OM BRAD THIS FIRST: Thrco famous detectives. Lori Simon. M. Picon, and Monalrnor Smith, are investigating the muracr of Mr*, filnry Tburaton. mlddJo-aecd wlf« of a retired English pbyalclan, found slutn In .bed during a week-end party at the .Thuraton homo near London. ThOM In the houso when Mrs. Thuraton retired were her husband: Townsend. the author; Williams, the family lawyer; Strickland, a sportsman, and the aer- Yonta. Air. Rider, the vicar, had been M dinner gucM. Threo piercing BcrcAma preceded the discovery of the traeedy. Mrs. Thuraton'a bedroom door wna bolted from the Inaldo and tho only open window, from which luvd been tossed the murder weapon, n Chlrcsc knife from the Thuraton hallway, was 20 feet from tho ground. ScrReant Beef, the local constable, also In on tho scene. Preliminary Investigation revealed Mra. Thurston had a stepson by a first mnrrlago who had a bad name and who hod not been heard ol for years; also that her bonk account suggested she may have DCon a blackmail victim. The detective* aro questioning tlio Thuraton cook. Stnll. tho butler. Ifl tho next witness. Stall admits ho was aware ot some sort of understanding between Mrs. Thurston and tho chauft'eur. NOW GO ON wrrn THE STOUT: CHAPTER 21 -YOUR ROOM la next door to that ot tho chauffeur, I think?" M. Picon still was firing questions nt tho butler. "That's right." "Did you hear him come to bed?" "No. I had a heodocho and wanted to sleep. "Do you sleep with the window open?" "No. Closed.' Lord Simon groaned. "So unhealthy." he murmured. But just then I received a shock of surprise. So, from all appearances, did StoJL For M. Ficon mapped an extraordinary question at him. 'Where did the ccreams come from?" he said, looking straight at the butler. · "Como. from? What do you mean? "Just prec/semenf what I say You heard the screams from your room. Where did it seem to you that the scream was madc? r "I ... I hadn't thought of it. I was half-asleep. I just heard three screams." "But where? Where? "Why, from Mrs. Thurston's room, I suppose." "You suppose! But of wha value to me, Amer Picon, is who you suppose? You are sure tha ithey camo from Mrs. Thuraton's 'room T' Stall seemed bewildered. "Wcl ... I hadn't thought of it With an impatient foreign sound, M. Picon turned away from him. "Forgive my chiming in," sale Mgr. Smith. "But a man may wned, were at this point a trifle onfused. And when under Lord mon'a kindly glance I tried to .xprcss them, they really did not ound very helpful. I was sure nougb on one point--that Stall new more than ho had admitted. thcrwlao f why had he lied about 10 time at which he received the oney? On Thursday, he had aid, but a few grains ot his snuff ere still on the dressing table hen wo examined It. Tho dress- ig table had a gloss top. In a ouso as well cleaned as this no, It would have been Impossible or it to hvo escaped Enid's dust- r on Friday morning. But why hould Stall have Ued? Surely he ould not have committed the turder, for ho bad been outside mt locked door almost as soon as ·o were. But then, so had every- ne else. At this point I saw a faint smile :retch the aristocratic lips above chime In as a bell may chime oul And did a bell chime out. Stall? -When?" "When the girl was having bys tcrics?" "Oh, then, tat me think. Yes The front door bell. II was th Vicar." Mgr. Smith was silent, and aftc A moment Sam Williams signed tc i the butler to leave. "Our most llluminatln' witness ito date," commented Lord Simon "He has certainly thrown som light on the subject," cold Picon. "And the bell which did not rin may b« Its curfew," soliloquize Mgr. Smith. It was at Uils point that th "cold buffet" promised to us b; tho competent Miss Storey wa produced. Stall wheeled in tw butler's trolleys, and supplied with food as urbanely as If had never thought of nhoutirj back his Indignant denials a fc minutes earlier. His manner wi once more Impeccable--such word as blackmail might nevi have assailed his lobclcss ears. The food, too. was excellent, remember eating three lob.it patties with as much gusto as poor Mary Thuratoa herself ha been there to press mo to onothc And with them I had a drink which I am extremely ton though gourmets tell me that should not bo thought of nt a til when one Is eating--a stiff wbJ key In a large tumbler, filled to c'brlm with soda water. I could sea Lord Simon ohud- ring at this. "My dear old boy," could riot help saying, "that's ath, youjknow. Absolutely bal- dcatb." ! | "It's never done me any harm," grinned. ' I bod realized that I as expected to bo something of fool--to catch tho lost finesse an Investigator's work one had st be that. "And I suppose you'll smoke a ;ar on top of it?" he breathed, though it hurt him. "I've every intention of doing "Then Lord help your stomach, 'hat do you think of the cose-- - far?" My conclusions, it must be ilty," said Lord Simon, "but there's a lot of Information I'm bonketto' after still. H« turned aside. "By tho way, Beef!" bo called across the room. The Sergeant's mouth was fun ot rabbit pic. but be made some answering sound. "Have you looked up tho record of our next witness--Fellowes, the chauffeur?" The Sergeant swallowed so violently that his throat seemed to distend like a chicken's. "Record?" ho said. "What record?" "Tho criminal record, of course," said Lord Simon, who seemed to enjoy discomfiting the Sergeant "Didn't know '« 'ad one," said tho latter sulkily. Lord Simon's chin. v "Everyone?" said Lord Simon. "Well, everyone except the 'tear and the new suspect. Miles. On the whole, I think it is prob- bly one of those two, though I on't sec how it can have been the r lcar, or where was he when we roko Into the room? And how- vcr clever a cat-burglar Miles 'as, how could he have climbed In r out of that window? And If he y any means used one of those opes to get In at the window bovc, how bad he escaped notice, and got out ot the /hotel after 0:30? Besides, what motive ould ho Iiavo?" · "Confuain', Isn't it?" said Lord Simon. I plunged on. I wondered about the cook. She was a determined sort of a woman, evidently with strong prejudices. And she had no alibi at tho time of the murder. Or Norris. What about Norris? No one hod seemed to pay much attention to him. He was on the jccno pretty quickly. But then -that might be in his favor. After all, he couldn't have come through ho door, and he hadn't had time a come round. Or Strickland? He slept next door. That was sus- ilcious, surely. But he had come mt of his room within so short a "There! It's a good thing I have Butterflcld with me. He was able to discover that Fellowes did a stretch of 18 months in prison four years ago, for burglary. Violent sort of business, I gather." '.'Can't know everything," mumbled Sergeant Beef. "And it 'aan't got nothlnk to do with the case, anyway," he added. Lord Simon shrugged. "Beef of the evening, beautiful Beef," he murmured. I moved across to K. Picon. The little man was munching happily, and quite elated. I could not remember him enjoying a meal before this, and was delighted to see tho color rising to his ovine checks. "Whatever else that Mademoiselle Storey may be," he said, "she [3 an artiste." .' ·' I hesitated to explain that with that term la our mixed language he had accused her of activities on tbo music hall stage, and nodded appreciatively. "Aro you beginning to get tb* hong of this affair?". I asked. "Get tho hang?" He laughed outright. "That Is a good phrase! But it Is not Papa Picon who will 'get the hang.' Pas do tout!" "I mean, do you understand tt yet?" . "I will tell you. I ace more light But what Is that? A'mote. A black spot. All Is not unclouded. But allons, man ami. All In good time. I, Amor Picon, have said so. And, presently, you will say--'All, why have I not seen that?'" "That's good. But tell me. Monsieur Picon, what did you mean by asking Stall where the screams came from? I thought that was such an extraordinary question." "An Idea, no more. Just a little Idea. Quite small. Quito little. But, voyons. We shall see. Sometimes even Amcr Picon has an childish, very But still an .1m c. along And there was no which he could have ledge climbed. Then thcro was Fol- owes. A violent sort of a chap, and as It appeared now, a bit of a Don Juan. An affair with Enid, and something of tho sort with Mary Thurston. "In fact." said Lord Simon, "you suspect everyone?" "Well, that's what It seems like. Though I don't see how any of them could have done it, really." "What about that stepson?" "Oh yes," I returned ingenuously, "I was forgetting that. Well, there again, thcro are several possibilities. I thought at first It was Strickland. But I'm not so sure now. Why shouldn't It bo Norris? Or Fellowes? Or Miles?" "Or even you," said Lord Simon quietly. "Well, it doesn't bappcn to be me," I returned, not caring much for tho remark, "but I see what you mean, of course." "At any rate, you flnd it all pretty puzzlln', what?" "Of course I do. Don't you?" "I have my moments of lucid- idea, no? Very simple, perhaps, idea." And that was all I could get out of him, Mgr. Smith, on tbe other hand, talked quite readily, though I could not call him in- f o r m a t i v e . Finding myself plunged into this role of inquiring and credulous fool, to whom the great investigators would voice their conundrums, I resolved to moke tbe best of it, and see whether he would add to my bewilderment, or elucidate it. "It's simple enough so far as it has gone, but like all mysteries, it haa not gone far enough. Don't you sco that that is what Is always puzzling--tho coso half- statcd, tho character half-formed?. The werc-wolf was the most terrifying creature In mythology because- it was half a man. The centaur was a horror because he was ' half. a beast. Tho trouble with most modern thought Is that It Is half-hearted ..." .-"But Nonslgnor Smith," I Interrupted, fearing that ho might, continue in this strain all tbe evening, "who do you think it was that actually used that weapon?" I thought my question was as direct as it could be, and must succeed In securing as flat an answer. "Oh, that's easy enough," cama the calm reply. "But we are trying to discover who killed'Mrs. Thurston." (To Bo Continued) Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sala A REAL BUY! · BLACKSTONE ROAD. 716-718 WEST SIDE--Twelve room double house with bath and heater, all modern. This property must bo sold at once to settle estate. Immediate possession. Price reduced to $1.500. PAUL WAGONER 1000 W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE. U8. Houses tor Sale' FOR SALE--Six room house, bath and ; . furnace. . Hardwood · floors, enrage. House in Rood repair. 53,000. Robert ' Norris. Phone 505. HERE IS THE HOME YOU HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR I CROSSLAND ROAD-Just one-hall mile from the City Limits. Ten room house Including three acres of land and out- · buildings, two baths, electricity, new team furrince. garage and laundry. 'Just recently remodeled and in the very best of condition. Price is reasonable. Inquire. Wm. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1700. FOR SALE--Brick house, six rooms, reception hall. bath. Modern conveniences. 123 Snyder St. Phone 1437-R. FOR SALE--Nice five room house on paved street. Price reduced. Sec Robert Norrls. Phone 505. IN WRITING a Classified Ad be sure to tell all the facts which you would want to know If you yourself were a prospective buyer j ECONOMY Of TIME. moncy~and effort | rcsulu from Classified - reading. REAL BUYS IN REAL ESTATE! SPRINGFIELD PIKE--Service Station and'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 ol good farm land. McCOY HOLLOW ROAD -- Six room house and six acres of land. COTTAGE AVENUE--Five room house and six room house... SOUTH CONNELLSVH.LL -- Six room house. SYCAMORE STREET--Six room house. WTM. P. McNULTY. EAGLES BUILDING. 2HONE 1700. Lots For Sale 85 SEVERAL NICE BUILDING LOTSI FOR SALE--At Poplar Grove, 60x140 f t City water and Ras, telephone service, near Street Car line and highway. If you arc interested in food building lots at real Bargain Prices, sec C. B. McCormlck. Poplar Grove, Phone. Con- nellsvltle. 1204-J, or write Post Office Box 144, Conncllsvillc, Pa. A-Ko. 1 SERVICE Is what you get from Classified Ads. When you have a special need to nil. phone us the particulars and details. You can Bet an ad-taltcr at 12 or 13. THE CLASSIFIED SECTION offers complete catalogue of the wants and offers of the people of ConnclUvillo and vicinity. Auctions-Legals Auctioneers, Auction Sales 90 AUCTION SALE -- Chnnnlnfi's Garage and service StaUon. Normalvtlle, Pa., to bo sold Saturday, Feb. 10th. at 1 o'clock, P. M. Legal Notices. 91 ADMINISTKATKtX'S NOTICE. THE ESTATE OF C. D. PIERN. ALSO known as Crcsccnzlo DIPlerno, late of ConnellsvHIc, Faycttc County, Pa., deceased. Letters of Administration in the above estate having been granted to the undersigned, notice is hereby given to all persons indebted to the said decedent to make payment to the undersigned without delay, and all persons having claims or demands against said estate are requested to make known tho same. Rosa Picrn , Administratrix. 209 N. Sixth Street. Connellsvlllc. Pa. Maxwell E. Lizza. Attorney. 18jan-6t-tucs. Ohiopyle Odd Fellows Meet Friday Evening Ohiopyle Lodge No. 499, Independent Order of Odd Fellows, will meet on Friday night in the lodge hall at Ohiopyle to celebrate the anniversary of the founding of the order and the installation ot the Ohiopyle lodge. A fine program is being prepared, it was announced by Secretary M. W. Chitester. Former County Man Dies in Toledo Relatives here h a v e received word that Clyde D. Work of Toledo, Ohio, died Monday morning. He was a son of William and Emma Hair Work, former residents of Fayettc county. Mr. Work owned "and operated one of Toledo's leading beauty parlors. The funeral will be held at the Toledo residence nt 2 o'clock Wcdncs- day afternoon. Jerome G. Byers, 76, Dies at Brownsville; Funeral Wednesday BROWNSVILLE, Feb. 15--Jerorni G. (Jerry) Byers, 76, widely known Brownsville man and retired polict chief of the Monongahela Railway Company, died at 10:50 P. M. Sunday in his home at Howard and Reichard streets, South Side, from an acute heart attack. Born in Washington county neat Ginger Hill September 22, 1862, he was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Byers. He had resided in Brownsville practically all his life. Mr. Byers entered the employ o£ the Pittsburgh Lake Erie Railroad as a patrolman in 1000 and continued with the Lake Erie until December 17, 1906. He obtained a position ^with the Monongahela Railway and became its police'chiet December 23, 1900. He served in that capacity until July 31, 1934, when he was retired on pension. In addition to his wife, Mrs. Flora F. Byers, he leaves seven children: Tide Byers, at home; Mrs. Charles Gallatin, Elizabeth; Mrs. Laurel Young, Baltimore, Md.; Mrs. William Green, Philadelphia; Mrs. Harry Dunbar, Brownsville; Jerry, Jr., Pittsburgh, and Albert, Daisytown. Filteen grandchildren, one great- grandchild and a brother, William Byers, of Eiiama, also survive. The funeral service will be Wednesday at 2:30 P. M. at the Kisinger funeral home here in charge of Rev. A. F. Hancs, pastor of the First Christian Church. Burial will be in Redstone Cemetery. Name Omitted From Program. Through an oversight, the name of Patsy Wilkinson was omitted from the list of those participating in the program presented before the Sarah B. Cochran Class at Dawson, an an- count of which was printed in Saturday's issue. Patsy gave two readings. They were "Something Better" and "A Valentine." · · · · ·

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