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PAGE EIGHT,. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLB, PA. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 103S. .Courier Classified Advertisements / For Quick Results -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. Ads to .Bo Run 3 Times: Per line,-7c cash; 80 charge. Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line,'6c cash; 7c charge. 1 and 2 Times: r= Per line, 9o cash; lOc charge./- "-These Rates Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. ' ·:~.--.- There are ·five'J50 average words to each line. "Cards of Thanks;' 7 50c Flat Rate. " ; ; " Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker. Special--Your Ad Inserted "7" Times for the Price of Six!--Special ~ INo Ad.Js Taken For Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Flowers and Mourning Goods -4 BASKETS It SPRAYS AT REASONABLE PR1CESI P R DcJIUTH fc SONS SCOTTDALE-834 Funeral Directors JT-- SIBEL" FUNERAL, HOME-"The Last Word In Funeral Service " -- CALL. CONNELLSVILLE 150 \ Personals WANTED--Name*, - men under · 26 ivho are willing to work for $7500 a month while tralrtnK to become aviators or Kround .mechanics One jcai'b training Riven liy U. S Air Corps. Costs absolutely nothing. FIjinR Intelligence Service. Box 522._MHwaukco. WU. MAN!--Get visor *at*onc*!--New Ostrex TonlcTTablete contaln~raw ovstcr" In- vlcorators and qthcr stimulants One dose -p«ps up-organs, glnnds, blood .Regular price $1. Special price 80C. Call, write Union DruR Co Strayed* Lost, Found 10 FOUND--Strny Fox Terrier Dog. Owner may have same by paying for -ad Phone 739 Automotive Au romotive Autonobllcs for Sale 11 Automobiles (or Sale 11 I ITS HEREI STOP1 LOOK!_ SEE IT1 SHIPPED DIRECT · -FROM AUTO SHOW IN DETROIT. A CUT-AWAY CHASSIS T OF THE JJEW_ 1938 FORD V-8 NOW ON DISPLAY - FOR A SHORT TIME OJfLY IN OUR SHOW ROOMS " Z FOR YOUR INSPECT! 3NI - · BEFORi: BUYING A NEW CAR SEE THE NEW 1038 MODELS OF TIR. FORD V-8 . - and LINCOLN ZEPHYR Trades! Easy Terms! Demi i!»t/jtlons! WEST SIDE MOTOR COM · V.Y AUTHORIZED FO3D AND LINCOI 1 DEALERS' WEST CRAWFORD AVE. ^7,1' K3NE 407 Open Evuiiiical Opel. Sundays! DEPENDABLE USED CARS1 At Prices You ' Cm not Beat Anywhere! 1936 PLYMOUTH SEDAN . , $425 1935 CHEVROLET MASTER TOWN SED/.N " $305 1934 CHEVROLET MASTER TOWN SEDAN $315 1035 FOFD TUDOR SEDAN . - $!P: 1934 PL! MOUTH TRUNK SEDAN $325 1034 PO1TIAC SEDAN WITH RADIO AI-D HEATER _. . 5350 1933 DJDCE COUPE - _ $353 1934 r.ODGE EXPRESS TRUCK $225 -SEE THIS CAR! ,, At Lcvs Than Lower Priced Cars NIW:--1137 Dodse TourinK Sedanr Low Down Pavmcnt. $190 Halancc MonthH Ov,n A Dependable DODGE, --1'or Less Than The Price Of The Lo\^cr Priced Cars] Grub It! It Won't Lint Long! PODGE TRUCK--All *teel body, m-toni Heavy dut, hvdraulie dump, drUen only 10000 miles. Selling with New Truck Guarantee! H C GALLATIN DODGE and PLYMOUTH SALES SERVICE 315 W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 888 WEEK END SPECIALS! _ r_ SEE THESK - . CARS TODAY I 1J35" Deluxe Terraplane Sedan equtppe with Trunk, Radio and Heater Wi; fell with A 30 Day Guarantee for $41! 934 Terraplane Coach, yours for $23!) - -O.-K.--USED NOW ON Dl'fl AY ON OUR USED i,V I LOT WEST CRAWFOSJ' AVE. NEXT TO WERTHE1M"' I .JEN'S STORE. AND MSf INSIDE OUR C LFACE AT 127 WEST APP, E STRCET. MASON MOT07 rOMPANY. Open Evenings 'i! 0 o'Uock. Open Sundays *-!', 6 o'clock. PHOK1 105. LATE MODE! USED CARS! KETZEL-YOU1 S MOTO.3 CO. SCOTTDALE. PENI A. PHONE 407 EARGE SELEC ION USE 5 CARS BENNETT MOTOR SytLES ass r. CRAWFORD AVE. IHONE 1234, Business Service Business Service Offered ' 18 :ALL FISHER--FOR AWNINGS . FUR- NITURF. REPAIRING . . UPHOLSTERING. QUALITY WORK PHONE 9645. 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 ALI: KINDS EXCEPT LIFE FAYETTE REALTY CO PHONE 1375. T D GARDNER. MGH RELIABLE INSURANCE -- All kinds Jwncs R Laughlln--INSURANCE See me for rate-; 300 First Nation..! Bank Building Phone 520. Alovlntr, Trucking, Storace 25 EVERY LOAD INSURED! Lone distance and local moving Modern storage for household goods We do crating for shipment by rail. Dull s Transfer Storage. Phone 50 122 E, Peach street. Prlntlnc, Engraving, Binding 27 E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUR PRINTING WORKI Letter Heads!--Bill Ileadll For Rent Cards!-- For Salo Cards! Calling Cards!--Hand Billsl--Binding! No Trespassing Signs For Salel All Work Guaranteed I At Reasonable Rateil COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 65. COURIER BLDG OR PHONE RESIDENCE. 8L Professional Services 1933 Plymouth Deluxe Sedan Heater . ,,-.. - with *225 IMS Chevrolet Sedan" with Heater S4B.95 , I NOTE --YOUR LICENSE AND TITLE OR I YOUR LICENSE TRANSFER AND TITLE TRANSFER INCLUDED IN THE PRICES OF THESE-CARS. Very, Very Easy Termsl E E VAN SCOY. INC HUDSON and TERRAPLANE SALES It SERVICE 259 E CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 243 CORRECT FITTING TRUSSES -- Elastl Hosiery and other lurglcal ippllanccs A. A. Clarke. PH G. Drugcitt 323 North Plttiburg street. Phone 1»4. Repairing and Refinlshlng 2 SAM'S UPHOLSTERING At RF.PAIf SHOP--Guaranteed work For sale, re built living room suite*, bedi. dresse: and many other article* 307 Nort Water street. Connellsville. Pa Autos, Accessories. Tires. Parts 13 ALL CAR CHAINS . .. % OFFI ALL CAR HEATERS ,, . _. U OFFI STORAGE BATTERY (EXCH.) . S3.39 MOTOK OIL. 2 GALLONS - - 79c ALCOHOL, PER GALLON . . 59c FOG LIGHTS . PER PAIR. $475 B BATTERIES ... _ SSe MIDGET RADIOS , . - $1255 UP LOWEST PRICES. AUTO PARTS. TIRES. RADIO TUBES Ic ACCESSORIES GOLDE TIRE RADIO COMPANY. 120 E CRAWFOM3 AVE. PHONE 10. Wanted--Automotive 17 CASH FOR YOUR AUTOMOBILE--Must be a birgain. Write Automobile, care of Courier, describing car nnd price. REMEMBER. Tho more you say. the quicker it pays. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE zy- Ifo 14- 27 IZ 24- 21 Z9 87 - · ACROSS · - 22--Number "1--Ward off ~ - c«ptacl« " "25--Ahuo 5- ilustom 24--Color 26--Male dc- 10- Two-tMd 25--Shout scendant ·loth 26--Droop 12- Persia 28--Marry. "13- A bird of 30--Goddesses of Great Bri- the seasons 27--Firedamp _ - tain famous 32--A Scotch for Its song explorer of 16 -Rosin 17 -In what manner? 20 --Feign 2J -Bliss 25 --Coffee r«- -Afrlca 37--Spoken 38--A death _ notice 39--Fissures 40--Clips 31--Famous · boy's school In England 33--Wrath 34--Carting mixed vith _ _ vehicle air (mining! 35--Japanese 29--Prescribed - sash worn rcjrtmcns on a kimono 30--Ht-ndle of a 36--An :k sword DOWN r --Poko 9--A military' V -Keel-billed foe cuckoo 11--Set at lib- J -A large erty . roofing slate U--Beverage 'i--A river of 15--Egj;cfan vest Prussia - Inscct- i--An omen IS^-Bclonging I --Constella- to us tton 19--Contort ·-- GHon 21--Scold (abbr.) (slang) Answer to jirevlous puzzle R. O A R Kl JPHOLSTERING--Repairs, factory meth od*. AwnlnfiM. slip co\ crs. Latcs fabrics. Rudolph*, 131 E. Falrvl Avc. Phone 1817-J. Employment Merchandise Farm and Dairy Products 55 OMERSET POTATOES--$1.25 per h Rome Beauty apples. 503 E. Nowmycr Avc Phonc 1826-H. MR, FARMER HERES MONEY IN YOUR POCKETI Why not run n small Inexpensive Classified Ad In our Classified Section which v.111 find a market tor your farm products, your live stock, your farm 'mplcmcnts, and household coods? You will 'find many people who want to buy the many things you have for alel The Dally Courier has n - largo rural circulation uhlch rnnkca it the popular choice amons the formers and assures ou that your message win reach tho people who Arc fn the marVet for your products You Will Find: Our ratei In tha above Classified heading. All Classified Ads arc payable tn advance 1 Fuel. Feed/ Fertilizers 56 COAL/--O-ft Connellsvllle coking, lump and run ol mine Plttabursh Champ- Ion nut co«I and large lump. Coke, all sizes. Stone At Work, Phone 1700. BEST QUALITY -- 0-FU coklnK coal, moderately priced Immediate delivery. Gerald Schemer, Phone 1901. CUSTOM COAL--lOc, lie and J3e delivered. C core» W. Kern. CcmncUivIllo Phone 4I21-R-1L GENUINE WASHINGTON RUN COAL-Wm, Dull Son. Phone C'vilic. 107; Dawson. 3261 or 3631. COAL--Good blnck lumpy run of mine. lOc bushel delivered Cash. Koballa Bros, Phonc 2037. Ilouchold Good* 59 FOR SALEI -- TOR SALEI BARGAINS--In all kinds of used furniture Including v,ohlnc machines Alno flat top desks, adding machines and tpcwritcrs DULt/S STORAGE 122 EAST PEACH STREET. PHONE. 50. Help Wanted--Male 33 STORE WIDE REDUCTIONS! ON ALL FURNITURE. RUGS AND STOVES COMB INI SEEI AND SAVE1 LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES. MERVIS FURNITURE COMPANY. NORTH PITTSBURG ST. PHONE 2020 YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HEREI MEN WANTKD--For Ra*lei.'lh Routca ol 800 lanlllcs feik* w.iy up t il jcar. Reliable hustler should start earning $30 weekly and lnc.ea*c rapidly Write today. Rnv.lcigh's. Dept, I'NB-107-S, Chester. Pa MAN AND WIFE--To run Coflee Accncy Up to $45 tlrit ·wrck. Automobile given as bonus. Write Albert Mills. 4415 Monmouth. Cincinnati, O Financial Need Money 40-B SHORT OF CASH In This Short Month? Get a Personal Loan here Only ONE thins needrd'-- the ability to repay small, regular amount-t on nny loan plan ou select. Come In NOW I LOANS up to $300--ALL PLANS PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY Over McCrory JE Store Phone 34. WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE. Livestock Horses, Cattle, Other Stock 48 FOR SALE--I good work horse. 1 Ford V-8 Pick-up Truck. 36 model. A-l condition Inquire W H Basinfltr. Spring' Held ,Pikc, near Normalville. Pa FOR SALE--One 2Vj car old Guernsey bull T. B. and blood tested- from registered stock. Jennings Stricklcr, '/£ mile west of Vandcrbllt. FOR SALE--1 two-year-old registered Guernsey Bull. B F. Stricklcr, 154 miles west of Vanderbilt. FOR SALE--1 sow and 8 pigs Also three month old shoaLs Wm. Summers. Davidson Farm FOR SALE IMMEDIATELY--Three-piece mnhot'any living room suite, two bedi 253 E Crawford A\c Phone 1259-M Wanted--To Bur 66 CASH IS WHAT WE PAY- BRING IN ALL YOUR LARGE CLEAN WHITE HAGS TO THE DAILY COURIER OFFICE TO- DAY AND WE WILL PAY YOU "5c" PER POUND. WHY NOT LOOK AROUND AND* MAKE YOURSELF SOME SPENDING MONEY??? Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board ONE LARGE BEDROOM--For rent, suitable for two persons ladies preferred Rent reasonable. Use of phone. 507 Johnston avenue. Phone 532. Rooms for Housekeeping Three nicely furnished rooms for light housekeeping private bath, private entrance. Inquire 310 Ogdcn street. Real Estate for Rent 8y^ L-EID E ^^ rorvmCHT BY 1X0 PKUCt. KOU: Kl'AJ) THIS FIRST: 1 tore that?" Tbroo famous detectives. Lord Simon, -- -M. Picon, and ilonslpnor imlth, arc Investigating tho murder of Mrs. Mary Thurston. mlddlc-ascd wife of a retired Sncllsh physician, found slain in bed during a week-end pa/ty at the Thurston homo near London. Thorc In the houie when Mrs Thurston retired wore her husband: Townsond, tho author: Wimami. the family lawyer: Strickland, a sportsman, and tho servants Mr. Rider, tho vicar, nad been a dinner cucst. Three piercing screams preceded Uio discovery of tho tr«Ecdy. Mra. Thurston'o bedroom door was bolted from the imldc and tho only open window, from which had been tossed tho murder weapon, a Chinese knife from tho Thurston hallway, was 20 feet from tho ground. berficant Beef, tho local constable, also In on tho scene Preliminary investigation revealed Mrs. Thurston had a stepson by a nrst marriage who had n bad name and who had not been heard of for years a.so tlint her bank account SUK- Kcotcd sh« may have been a blackmail victim The detective* aro questioning the Thurston cook. Stall, the butler, li the next witness. istnH admits tie was awar* ot vtmo port of understand. "Keen /on gymnastics, aren't you, Fellowcs?" "Yes." | ·'When did you go In the Rym- Daslum lost?" "Not for about a week." "You didn't know, tncn, that too ropes were missing from The answer was sullen there?" 'No." and quiet. "In fact you know nothing more at all--nothing you want to tell s'" "No." "But. my friend . . . " It was Inc between Mrs. Thurston and tho chauffeur During an Intermission, the author discusses tho case with Mcr. famlth Fellowcs. the chauffeur, and nfxt witness. Is qul7ZCd nbotit Mrs Thurcton * alleirrcl Infrrit In him. NOW CO ON WITH TUB STORY: CHAPTER 23 LORD SIMON was questioning Fcllowea. the Thurston chauffeur. ·Mrs. Thurston's 'fancy* for you wna entirely unreciprocated, of course'" "How do you mean?" Sergeant Beef camo manfully to tho rescue. " 'E mcana was you, or was you not. carrying on with the lady'" Pcllowcs" answer was an odd one, and seemed to bo the result of genuine embarrassment. "Not more than I could help," ho aaid. ·Did It worry you?" "A bit-' -Why?' "Well, Dr. Thurston was all right. I didn't wont anything llko that." At this point I respected Fol- lowcs. I felt that I could see In a moment all that had happened. Ifary Thurston, Indulgent, ntupid, affectionate, having her little romantic affaire with this good- looking rather piratical young man. Nothing serious, of course. But sao liked him about her. Liked his opening the door of the car and arranging tho rugl for her. Probably gave him things, and expected little attentions such M young lovers show. Altogether rather like one of those stout and wealthy English and American women you sec in a winter resort with n youth attached to them. "There was nothing elso that worried you about It?" "Only . . . when she wanted me to stop and talk with her . . ." "As she did last night?" "What do you mean?" "I mean, she complained of .hearing rats In tho apple room, nnd told you to set the trap." -That's right, she did." "And did you set It?" Tci." "Did yon talk to her?" -No." "Wby not?" "Because . . . when I got to her door, I beard someone In there talking to her." "Who was It?" "I don't know. A man," "Did you hear anything saldT" "No, I didn't stop to listen. I went on upstairs nnd set the trap " "What Umo would that have been?" "Soon after 11." "How do you know?" "Looked at the kitchen clock." Whether It was tie result of mental rehearsal, or honesty, cr allck lying, I don't know, but I noticed that Fcllowca gave his answers promptly nnd clearly. He scarcely ever pauicd. "And having set the trap?" "Went to my bedroom." "Undress?" - o. Took my coat off." "Then?" "Then, after a bit, I heard the M. Amer Picon who broke In now, unable to repress himself any longer. "You have told us nothing--nothing at all to the point. There are many questions which you can. as you say, clear up. For Instance, what did your young lady, your fiancee, think of Madamo Thuraton's so kindly attention to you?" "What young lady?" 'Allans, my friend, you need not affect an air quite so Innocent. The parlor-maid, Enid." "She? I don't see why she need be brought Into this." "Everyone, tout le mondc. who lives In this house Is brought into it What did she say?" "She did not much like It/ Again he spoke In a deep sulky voice, without excitement, without any elaboration of the blunt fact "So she knew well that something was there?" "She knew that Mrs. Thurston used to talk to me." "And she was Jealous, perhaps?" "No. Not Jealous. She knew there was nothing In It." "With her mind she know, with her heart she doubted. Tho woman Is like that, man arm. You had. perhaps, known this young lady n 'ong time? Before you came to this house?" "Yes." That surprised me--I scarcely knew why. I suppose because I had assumed that they had met and fallen In love while both were In tho Thur'rtons' service. But I admired M. Picon for thinking of other possibilities. "Before vou first knew Miles?" "No. Soon after." "Bitn. A trio, I perceive." Fellowes did not answer. M. Picon seemed Irritated by that, and his next question was asked quite fiercely. "You climb I haps be so good as to tell mo something which would, as you might say, establish the alibi? Show that vou had been away from here' Someone, perhaps, you spoke to? Something yoa noticed ?" Fellowcs did not look up for while. I wondered whether hei was Indeed searching in his memory for the Information demanded,' or whether be was doubting the' advisability of giving it. M- Plcon's tone had been suave, buti there was such an interested hush In the room while tho chauffeur hcsitatc'd that It really made one. feel that there might be a sinister slgnlflcaaco behind tho Innocent query. prettr well the rope, n'cst-cc- pas?" Fellowcs looked him fun h the face. "Yes." "And you have thought of operating a little public-house, I think?" This astounded the chauffeur. "Whnt's It to do with you? Can't I have my own affairs without their being poked Into? And suppose T had '" "Suppose you had, then I should like to know from where had come tho moncv for so Interesting an enterprise ?" "Can't anyone save a bit without being suspected?" "Perhaps. Perhaps. And now would you tell me something else equallv fntcrcssant. Who entered first tho service of Doctor and Apartments and Flats 74 FOR SALE--Five shonts Mullen s. Marl- I ctta Farm. Country Club Road Phone 4IU-R-14 FOR RENT--T\\o and three room apartments, 109 South Sixth street. Inquire Smutz Hardware FOR SALE--Stock bull. See R C Glassburn. Star Route, Scottdalc, Pa. Merchandise Articles for Sale FOR RENT--Apartments. Inquire Smutz Apartment Building, 715 Crawford avenue. West Side. SIX HOOM APARTMENT--Furnished, In downtown location. Available Febru ary 151h Apply Paramount Theatre. scream R. "Nothing else? Nothing bo- Mrs. Thurston, yon or Enid?" "She did." "And obtained for vou the job which you now have?" "She told Mrs. Thurston I was out of a 1ob, Anything else you want to know?" "Please. One other little thing. Quite little, but very Important. Ton have told us that vcstcrday afternoon you were nowhere near the hou^c ?ou were driving the motor car because it must be driven slow for a time after the mechanical reparations. That Is so?" "I was running her in, yes." "To prove that, would you per- Prcscntly Fellowcs sold, "Yes. I can tell you something. I noticed that the flag on the church tower at Morton Scone was at half-mast." M. Picon Jumped. "You did. That is very interest- Ing." Then Sergeant Beef broke to again. "That's right," ho said. "It would 'uv been. Tho doctor over at Morton Scono oo'd been there 20 years died yesterday morning." "Indeed? That is more Interesting yet. Thank you." And the extraordinary llttlo man sat down, his cross-examination ended. It was scarcely necessary to appeal to Mgr. Smith this time. Frankly, I was disappointed In this one of the great three. Ho seemed to have lost all interest In the proceedings. Of course I realized that tho ease was not fraught with the phenomena to which he was accustomed. No tan strangers with Homeric bcarda and black cloaks were here, no- uncommon or alliterative surnames, no ghost which turned out| not to be n ghost, or supernatural) things which became more har-j rowing when they proved to bei natural, no ruins, no artists, no| Americans. Still, It did not sccmt to me to be such an uninteresting" crime as all that. I did not see why he should show quite suchi boredom. For now from the blade bundle in tho armchair was coming a sound quite regular, distinctly audible, and not very polite. Mgr. Smith was snoring. If tho chauffeur had been uncommunicative, the girl who hadl been dcsc-ribed as his fiancee made amends for him. Sho seemed to have a great deal to say, both on tho subject of her life and his before they had entered tho Thurstons 1 service, and on the events of yesterday. I4ttlc questioning was needed to elicit from her a great deal of Information which the Investigators may or may not have required. Sho was a handsome girl. I was annoyed with myself, as I looked at her now, to think bow unobservant I bad been In the past, "^erhaps I could blamo my upbringing a little, but I'm afraid! that I had not until now been very much aware of her as a humaa being. I had seen her often enough, of course, on the many occasions on which I had stayed In the house. But beyond a cheerful rood morning when I had passed her. I had paid little attention to her. With her thick brown hair, an* rathe liquid brown eyes, sh» might have had an Insipid r-.ce, were 't not for tho almost puckish tilt of the nose, and humorous mobile mouth She looked Intelligent, and full of character, nt- tr stive, but also determined. Sho was a voung woman. I v -. sure, who would not shrink from a desperate et If It was n necessary one. On the other hand, shet would be capable of loyalty, I thought. An interesting face, and tJ Interesting creature. (To Bo Continued) · Real Estate for Sale Brokers In Real Estate SOMETHING FOR NOTHING? NO--But more for your Real Estate Dollar than ou will ever cot again. BUY NOW! PETER R. WFIMhR WEIMER ARCADE PROPERTIES FOR SALE OR RENT1 T C. P1IAL1N. SO. CONNEILSVILLE, PA. PHONE 015. Business Property for Sale 82 FOR SALE--Vandcrbllt Distillery Property, consisting of fnmc distillery bulldinK. three-story brick aparuncnt: six-room frame duelling, four-stall, two-btory frame giraRc: two-stall frame Karatic and stable W. A Reed, Van- dcrbllt Phono Dausoa 4941 Farms and Land for Sale 83 'JOHN C SLATER FARM--For sale. 102 acres, Itrge brick house, ntvcral outbuildings, located near Broadford 22 Volumes Brittanica encyclopedias cheap. Write Mrs Grovcr C. Fosbrlnk, Box 233, Bobtown, Pa JOR SALE--Small farm, near Connells- vllle Price right J. P LauKherty, near Bellvicw School House. Uooscs for Sale FOR RENT--Furnished llsht housckccp- ins apartment for u\o men. lie West FOR SALE-Dircct current Kohlcr llR^T- Pclcl1 * trCCt Phonc 147 °- J Inp plant, Dclco deep well water pump FOUR ROOM--Furnished apartment \vith nnU three motors. Vi H. P. Good con- bath, electric refrigerator. Rarofic. ditlon Rcndlnei. Uniontown Road. Adults, 208 WcM Washington Avenue. FOR SALE OR TRADE--For live stock, three 400 capacltj Cspheri Incubator:. Good condition Cheap G W. Ncw- cmur, R D 2. Connensvllle Phone 4120-n-J FOR RENT--Four room furnished apartment Inquire Avenue 33C Em.t Crawford Business Places for Rent FOR SALfc^-1 eight-tube Majestic Hndlo. 1 shont I co\%. for sale or trade for - horjc Albert Konzal. R. D. 3, Mt Pleawmt, Pa. (Bridgeport) FOR RENT--Storeroom In Smutr Building, 717 Crawford Avenue. West Side, FOR SALE--Six room house, bath and furnace Hnrdxvaod floors, tfnragc House in Rood repair. $3,000. Robert Norris Phonc 505. SEE THIS PROPERTY! SYCAMORE STREET--SK room frame houie, basement, \ipor stcnm heat, nil conveniences Two car garuEu C»n arrange suitable terms WM P McNULTY EAGLES BUILDING PHONE 1700 Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale A REAL BUY1 BLACKSTONE ROAD, 718-718 WEST SIDE--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 $1.500. PAUL WAGONER 1009 W. CRAWFORD AVE, PHONE, 148. Lots For Salo 85 SEVERAL NICE BUILDING LOTSI FOR SALE--A*. Poplar CrOVC. 60x140 ft. City \\atcr and gas. telephone service, near Street Car line and highway. If you arc interested In good building lots at real Bargain Prices, ecc C B McCormlck, Poplar Grove. Phonc, Con- nells\ille, 1204-J. or write Post Office Box 144. Connellsvill*. Pa Auctions-Legals Auctioneers, A-act!on Sales 90 AUCTION SALE -- manning** Garage and service button Mormalville. Pa. to be sold Satin day, t-'eb. 19th. at 1 o'clock. P. M Legal Notices. 91 AinilMVUtATHlX' NOTICh. KSTATK Of FM'KN SCHROCK, LATE of Dnnbai To\\nsd)tp. lajctto County. Pa . dcct iMHl. Letters of AtlmlnMiAlUm In the above ett.ito linvlnr iH'cn Kr.mterf to tho umlu*.iM»il mitu tt hereby Klvcn to all persons iitdrbttst to ttio Mild decedent to mnko piiunoiH to iho umlcMtuud without I l t n niul nil imou« litulni; claims or ( U m n m l v n^-tUiil iftUt estate nrc re- quctlcit to miUo VIIO'SH lh«* s,imc. Houses for Rent 77 Buildings. Building Materials 53 IF YOU ARE-- PatchInr that small break In the kitchen v.alt. or plastering e\cry wall in the house. \\c can furnish jour nccdk Stone Work. Phonc 1700- WHENEVER you have a rcul need to fill the Classified Section win help you to fill it quickly. 02 easily and Inexpensively. TO SUB-LET--Five room house, furnished reasonable rent; 237 V£ East Fair view avenue Coll 772-W FOR RENT--Five room hoUM?. near Hop- uood Water. clcctriclt. saraac, fruit ?25 00 Union Reallv Compiny, Un- iontou n Telephone 1C3 FOR RLNT--Modern home at 716 South Arch street Phonc 1133. FOR SALK--Nice five room house paved street Price reduced. Robert Norris Phone 505 A-No 1 SERVICE Is \vhit you get from Classified Ads, When you have a itpcclnl need to fill, phone us the particulars and details. You can Ret an ad-taker at 12 or 13 WHEN YOU SHOP through the Clas-l- flcd Section you buy from choice not trom persuasion. Kictl K YoimMn A t t n t n o x Itfon-M-thurs. IT IS ONLY ncowniy to tell people \\lioio mil hiitcaiua n\f to t* found find i crouO \UU mnMi l»« (lifto. ClnsnUled .irt* arc cvnManllv iwlullm; Uio \\,ay to rc.il value for humticiU ot people who rc£ulai ly look ti tticrm fcvr culdancc. PATRONIZE: mw* who Auctions--Legals Legal Notices. TAX ORDINANCE. ' Ordinance No AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOROUGH of Evcrson. Commonwealth, of Pennsylvania, fixing the tax rate for the fiscal year 1938 Be It Ordained and Enacted, and it is hereby ordained and enacted by the Council of the Borough at Evcrson, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania: SECTION 1--That a tax be and the same Is hereby levied on all property and occupations within the said Borough subject to taxation for Borough purposes for the flical year 1938. as follows: Tax rate for general Borough purposes, the sum of TWELVE (12) mills on each dollar of assct^cd valuation. For debt purposes, the sum of FOUR AND ONE HALF (4*4) mills on each dollar of nsicsscd valuation. For other purposes, as follows: Tor WATER, the sum of THREE (3) mills on each dollar of assessed valuation. For STREET LIGHTING, the sum ol THREE (3) rrllls on each dollar of assessed valuation Making n total tax rate for all Borough purposes of TWENTY-TWO AND ONE HALF (22».-t mills SECTION 2 -- That any ordinance, or part of ordirmncc, conflicting with this ordinance be and the same Is hereby repealed Insofar as the bamc affects this ordinance Adopted this 14th day of February, A. D. 1908 Walter F. Bcdnarowlcz. President of Council. Attest -Cha E ONclll. Borough Secretary. Approved this 14th day of February, A. D. 1938. b M. WJnlewkkl. Burgcbs. ITfcb-lt. "Death Corner" Has Gallery. LONDON, Feb. 17.--Sitting on a wall at a dangerous bend m the road known as Death Corner, waiting for car crashes, is the favorite pastime of villagers at Sutton Scotney, Hampshire. This pastime was icvealed in the local court when a motorcyclist was fined for dangerous driving. lien Lajs "Kaster" Errgs, RAVENNA. Ohio, Feb. 17.--M. Fink of Sandy Lake road, ha: R hen lh.it )«iys Easter eggs. Aiound the middle of each egg ib a decorative band of a distinctly different shade from the ret of the shell.

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