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PAGE EIGHTEEN. THJfl DAILY CUUKLEK, UUNNifiJjLSVILLiE, PA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 193S. Courier Classified Advertisements For Quick Results -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. Ads to B« Rim 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, 80 cash; lOc charge. These Rates Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. There are five (5) average words to each line. Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker. "Cards of Thanjcs," 50c Flat Rate. Special--Your Ad Inserted VV 7" Times for the Price of Six!--Spec/a! No Ad. Is Taken For Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! COPYRIGHT RV LEO BRUCKi REICA5EP PV CCMTKAL PRESS ASSOOAT1ON Announcements Card of Thanks MASON--We wish to take this means of expressing our sincere appreciation and thanks to our many kind neighbors, friends and relatives /or their many acts of kindness and sympathy extended us during the illness and -ad bereavement, the death of our father, William A. Mason. We especially desire to thank Rev. F. S. Wortman, pastor of the Ohtopjle Baptist Church, the choir, the pallbearers, those who sent flowers. those who fa kindly furnished cars and all who assisted us in any way. Freeman, Lewis, Oliver, Robert and Violet Mason, Flowers and Mourning Goods 4 BASKETS SPRAYS AT REASONABLE PRICES1 P. Jt, DeMUTH SONS C-VUJLE--59 . SCOTTDALE--8^ Funeral Director* --EIBEL FUNERAL HOME-"The Last Word In Funeral Service." CALL, fwrogT.Tjam.T.T. JKI. Personals WANTED--Names, men under 3ft who are trilling to ·work for $75.00 a month whllo training to become aviators or ground mechanics. One year's train ing given by U. S, Air Corps. Costs absolutely nothing, "Flying Intelligence Service. Box 522.- Milwaukee, \Vls. _ MAN!--Get vlfor at onccl Maw Ostrcx Tonic Tablets contain raw oyster In vlgoratorx and other stimulants. On dost peps up organ!, Rlandi, blood. Regular price $L Special pric* 8SC. Call, writs Union Drug Co. Automotive Automobiles tor Sale ITS HEBE! STOP! LOOK! SEE IT1 SHIPPED DIRECT FROM AUTO SHOW IN DETROIT. A CUT-AWAY CHASSIS OF THE NEW 1338 FORD V-8 NOW ON DISPLAY TOR A SHORT TIME ONLY IN OUR SHOW ROOMS TOR YOUR INSPECTION! BEFORE BUYING A NEW CAB SEE THE NEW 1033 MODELS OF TEE FORD V-« - and LINCOLN ZEPBYS Trades! Easy T«rm»! D«monstratloac WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANT AUTHORIZED -rORD AND LINCOLN ~ , DEALERS CRAWFORD AVE. FHONZ OT Open Evenings! Opon Sundays! LATE MODEL USED CARS! HETZEL-YOUNO MOTOR CO. SCOTTDALE. PENNA. PHONE 407 LAKCE SELECTION USED CABS BENNETT MOTOB SALES 3SS Z. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1J WHENEVER you havo a real need flu the Classified Section will help yo to fin it quickly, as easily and in expensively. Automotive Automobiles tor Sale 11 DEPENDABLE USED CARSt At Prices YOU Cannot Beat Any where \, 936 PLYMOUTH SEDAN . J425 935 CHEVROLET MASTER TOWN SEDAN - - $395 034 CHEVROLET MASTER. TOWN SEDAN _ $315 S35 KORD TUDOR SEDAN . 1295 934 PLYMOUTH TRUNK SEDAN $325 934 PONTIAC SEDAN WITH RADIO AND HEATER S350 833 DODGE COUPE ,, $355 034 DODGE EXPRESS TRUCK . t225 SEE THIS CARI At Less Than Lower Priced Can. *JEW:--1937 Dodge Touring Sedans. Low Down Payment, »190 Balance Monthly. Own A Dependable DODGE. For Less Than The Price Of The Lower Priced Cars! Crab It! It Won't Last LooKl DODGE TRUCK--All steel body. IH-to Heavy duty, hydraulic dump, driven only 10 COO miles. Scllint with New Truck Guarantee 1 H. C. GALLATIS DODGE and PLYMOUTH SALES SERVICE SIS W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 688. CASH rOB YOUR AUTOMOBILE--Must be a bargain. Write Automobile, care of Courier, describing car and price. ·WEEK END SPECIALS f SEE THESE CARS TODAY! 1035 Deluxe Terraplanft Sedan cqutppe with Trunk. Radio and Heater. Wl (ell with a 30 Day Guarantee for Ml 1934 Tcrraplanc Coach, yours for ~. (£33 1938 Plymouth Dclux* Sedan wll Heater -- . -- .--,,. _. tz 1021 Chevrolet Stdan with Keater MSA NOTE:--YOim LICENSE AND TITLE O YOUH LICENSE TRANSFER AN* TITLE TRANSFER INCLUDED IN THE PRICES OF THESE CARS. Very. Very Basy Tornw! E. K. VAN SCOY. INC. HUDSON and TERRAPLANE SALES it SERVICE. 283 T. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE SH -O.-K." USED CARS NOW ON DISPLAY ON OUR USED CAR LOT WEST CRAWFORD AVE. NEXT TO WERTKEIMER MEN'S STORE. AND ALSO INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREET. MASON MOTOR COMPANY. Open Evening* 'till 9 o'clock. Open Sundays till 6 o'clock. PHONE 103. IT IS ONLY necessary to tell peop where real bargains arc to ba found an a crowd will soon bo there. Claxxtfle ads ar« constantly pointing the way teal voluft for hundreds of people wh regularly look to them for guldanco. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 2. J 14 Z7 ACROSS 1--Short watch tent of space ribbon 4.--Distress arm U--Fixed charge for admission 12--Spanish explorer: discovered the Pacific ocean 32--List 14--A legal right 33--Color to control 35--Meadow property 37--Weaving 16--Turkish machines weight 38--Brags 17--A wide ex- 39--Full of ore 18--Snares 20--Greek letter 21--Viper 26--Nobleman of Great Britain 28--Liquid measure 31--A game at cards 1 -- Chip-like piece 2 -- Flattened at the poles 3 -- Horse's docked tall S -- From -- Sink back inlo «. for- met condl- tlon 7-- Check 8-- Fermented juice of grapes -- Black 10-- Misery 13-- Chopping: tool 15--Letter S 10--Raw materials 22--Paleness 23--Shocks 24--Simplified form of though 25--The upward curving of a 36--By ahlp's Answer to previous puzzle planking 27--Spacious 28--A zodiacal sign 29--Highly seasoned dish 30--Snake-like fish 34--Came at cards P A r*i 1 o e E R R H BE H m G E U E. r Automotive Autos, Accessories, Tires, Parts 13 CAR CHAINS 11 OFFl LL CAR HEATERS ,, ,, - 'A OFFl -TORACE BATTERY (EXCHJ W.30 OTOR OIL, 2 GALLONS _ TOc LCOHOL. PER GALLON ... - 59c OG LIGHTS , ,, PER PAIR. S475 BATTERIES -. . 08c HDGET RADIOS . . $1255 UP OWEST PRICES, AUTO PARTS. TIRES. RADIO TUBES ACCESSORIES COLDE TIRE ft RADIO COMPANY 2S E. CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 10. Wanted--Automotive 17 Business Service Business Service Otlcrcd IS CALL nSlOER--FOR AWNINGS. . FUR. NrTURE REPAIRING . . UPHOLSTER. ING. QUALITY WORK. PHONE 1K45. 1 OILS--And mokes minor adjustments on any sev.lng machine In your home Parts extra. Phone 890. Trouunan'a Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE «iL JONDS EXCTPT IJTE rAYETTE REALTY CO. PHONE JJ15T T. O. GARDNER. MCR. RELIABLE INSURANCE -- All kind! Jamet R LauEhlln--INSURANCE Si me for ratr 30» First National Bank Building. Phon* S20. Movlnr. Trncklnr, Stonra 25 LOAD INSURED! tmK djxtane* and local moving. Modern storage Jor household KOodt. W« crntlnc Jor rtilpmcnt by rail. Dull' Transfer ft Storate. Phone SO JS E. Peach street. Printing. Enrrxvlnt, ISlnOins 2 GLADLY OTVEW OX YOUR WOtlKl Letter Heads)-- BUI Ilradll For' Rent Cards 1-- For SaU Cards! Canine Cards!-- Hand niliil-- Blndlnxl No Trespassing Signs For SaUl All Work; Guaranteed 1 At Reuonabla Rateaf COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PUONE tS. COURIER BLOC OR PHONE RESIDENCE. «L Professional Services CORRECT FITTING TRUSSES -- EJa«l Hosiery and other surgical ippliance A. A. Clarke. PKG. Drufflit. 323 North Pittaburc street. Phon« 1S4. Rcpalrlnc and KcOnlshfnc 2 SAMS UPHOLSTERING A KEPAI1 SHOP--Guaranteed work. For sale, re built living room mite*, bed*, drrssc and many other articles 307 Nort Water street. ConncltsvilU, Pa. UPHOLSTERING--Repairs, factory mclh ods. Av.'nlnKs. Blip covers. Late fabrics. Rudolph's. 131 E. Talrvicv Ave. Phon* 1817-J. Financial Need Money SHOHT OF CASH In Thl Short Month? Got B Perional Loan here. Only ONE thins needed'--tha ability to repay small, regular amount* on any loan plan you select. Come in NOW! LOANS up Jo 1300-- ALL PLANS. PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY Over McCrory's Stare. Phone 34. WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE. Livestock Horses, Cattle, Other Stock 4 FOR SALE--1 good work hor^c. 1 Fo V-8 Pick-up Truck, 36 model, A-l CO ditlon Inquire W. H Basingcr. Sprin fleld Pike, near Normalvlllc, Pa. FOR SALE--One 2V4 year old Gucrnc null. T, B and blood tested, fro registered stock. Jcnnincs Strickl !2 mile wcbt of Vnndorbilt Merchandise Buildings, Building Materials 53 JR CEMENT--Sand and gravel arc of the finest qualities. Let us figure your requirements. Stone 8c Work. Phone 1100. Farm and Dairy Products 55 OMERSET POTATOES--J1.25 per bag Rome Beauty apples. 503 E. Newmycr Avc. Phone I826-R. MR. FARMER lERES MONEY m YOUR POCKETI Why not run a small inexpensive Classified Ad in our Classified cctlon which will find a market tor your farm products, your live stock, your farm Implements. and household joods? You will find many peoplo who wont to buy the many thlncs you have for sale! The Daily Courier has a iarga rural circulation which mattes it the popular choice among the farmers and assures you that your messago will reach the people who are in th« market for your products. You WU1 Find: Our rain in lh« abov* OacMfled heading. All Classified Ads mrm payaM« In advance! Fuel, Feed. FertiUzen 56 tF YOU HAVE A STOKER--Try » load ot our «pect»lly prepared stoker coaL Stone Work. Phont 1700. BEST QUALITY -- J-Ft. coklnjl coal. moderately prlceci. Immediate delivery. Gerald Schemer, Phona Ifrtl. CUSTOM COAl-- IOC. lie and Uc delivered. Gcorca W. Kern, ConcllrviUc. Phone ·im-H-lL IENU1NE WASHINGTON RUN COAlr-- Wm, Dull it Son. Phon« CTvlUa. 107: Davnon, 32(1 or 3631. ?OAL--Good hlack lumpy run of mine. lOc delivered. Cuh Koballa Bros. Phone 2037. Ilouehold Goods FOR SALT! -- FOR KALX! BARGAINi)--In all kinds of uwd furniture Includtnc uaahin^ machlnea. Al- »a flat top desks, adding machines and typewriter! , DULLS STORAGE EAST PEACH 3TRXET. PHONE. M. STORE WIDE KEDUCTlONSt ON ALL FURNITURE. RUGS AND STOVES. COME INI SEEI AND SAVCI I-ABCE TIIADE-IN ALLOWANCES. IIEKVIS FURNITURE COMPANY. NOBTH PITTSUlniG ST. PHONE JOM. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD 11KIIEI FOR SALE--Electric ruwpcr. used only few month*. Sjcrlilco fo.- |1000. Ex- cellrnt condition. Coil (tt. Must be seen to be appriclalcd Owner leaving city. 311 W. Green St. Phon. 1014-M. FOR SALE IMMEDIATELY--Three-piece mahogany living room suite, two bcdi 553 E Crawford Ave. Phone 12S9-M. Wanted--To Buy CASU IS WHAT WE PAY- BRING IN ALL YOUR LARGE cajIAN WHITE RAGS TO THE DAILY COUUD2R OFFICE TO- DAY AND WE WILL PAY YOO "3C" PER POUND. WHY NOT LOOK AROUND AND MAKE YOURSELF SOME SPENDING MONEY?!? Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board 68 ONE LARGE BEDROOM--For rent, suit- ablc for tuo persons, ladles preferred Rent reasonable Use of phone. 507 Johnston avenue. Phone 532. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 FOR SALS--1 two-year-old roijistorcd ' Guernsey Bull B F. Strlcklcr. IV. ' miles w«^t of Vanderbilt ' AIJCH STREET. SO--Four room apartment, hent and hot water furnished. All modern conveniences Rent reasonable A C Hcnvlck. Phone S2G. FOR SALi:--1 sow and 8 pfgfa Also three month old ihoats Wm. Summers, Davidson Farm DOWN TOWN APARTMENT--Five rooms and bnth. Hcit and Hater furnished Immediate posscsston. 12.! Sojth Pittsburg St Phone 341 f OR SALS--Five shoals Mullen's,. Mart- tOR RENT-- Apartments. Inquire Smutz etta Faim. Country Club Roati. Phone Apartment Building, 715 Crjnford Avenue, West Side. KI..AD THIS Throe famous detectives. Lord Simon. V. Picon, and Uonsicnor Smith, aro lnvcstlRatin(r tho murder of Mrs. Mary rhurston. middlo-aged wife of a retired Kngllah physician, found alaln in l«d durmK a week-end party at the rburston borne near London. Those In tho bouse wbcn Airs Thurston retired iroro hftr husband; Townscnd, the auIhor: Williams, the family lawyer; Strickland, a sportsman, and tb« aor- rantA. Ir. Rlaer. the vicar, had been a dinner guest. Three piercing screams preceded the discovery of the tragedy, atra. Thurston'a bedroom door wiui bolted from the inside and tho only open window, from which bad been tossed the murder weapon, a Chinese knlfo from tho Tnuraton hallway, waa 20 feet from the ground. 8crgcant Beef, the local constable, alro in on the aceno. Preliminary Investigation re- realcd Mrs Tnurnton had a stepson by 'a first marriage who bad a bad name and who had not been heard of for years, alao that bcr bank account suggested shn roy have been a blackmail victim. The detective* are questioning tho Tharston cook. Stall, the butler, is the next witness. Stall admlta he was nwnro ot Rome sort of understanding between Mrs. Thurston and tho chauffeur. During an intermission, the author diacusses the cano with Mgr Smith. Fellowcs, tho chaurfeur, and next witness, la quizzed about Mrs. Tuurston'a altered interest to him. Hold, tlie parlor-maid, and secret fiancee of Fcllow*B Is brought In. NOW CO ON WITH THE STORY: CHAPTER 24 THE STORY of Enid, tbo por- lor-mald, told In answer to Lord Simon's tentative questions about the past was an unexpected one. She hod been born In London, the daughter of tt Greek mother and an English fnthcr. Her father kept n newspaper shop, and "did a bit for a race booklo", but when sno wan about 12 be had come borne ono day to say that a\ certain KIUIR waji out for his blood, and that no had to disappear. She bad never known whether the story wns true, or merely nn excuse for him to leave bcr mother, but at All events he had Rona. nd none of them had seen blm since. He left bin foreign wife, the nhop, Reid and ner brother, then a tAd of 13. The znotbor bnc been qulto incapable of keeping ttic vhop going, tinea 0bo could not «ven write English. Within two wonthB thclf ttock was aclzed for «rrenr« Jn rent, and the three of tbczn T noved into one room. Sergeant Eecf Interrupted nt Oils point In bis capacity. "One room?" be naked. Kn!d sniffed. Tiers was a cortAln down the middle of It," she mid. find continued her itory. According to ner own account ftbe hnd then Appeared U be at 16 jeara old. nnd noon pot a ^ob for herself as £ domestic scr- ivnnt to « couplo who kept n umall jrweet nnd tobacco shop in Brxtter- jpea. She left her mother, and It .'wn* perhaps typical of tbo circum- stAnccji in which she bad been born And rained tbnt itbe now had to ndxnft tbat (ihe had never :ccn t or heard of her mother again. S* * ·wrat back ooce, n mootfc cr TO later, to tho addreiw where i*« bad left ner, but th* Greek woman had owrd two week*' rent nnd had dlflnppenred during tho nlpbt- tlme. "Te only thing I got fr-m Tbo story aho told about tbo past was on unexpected one. to keep an open mind. ! Her meeting with her brother, fivo years after they bad separated, was rather dramatic. They bad seen nnd recognized ono another at a dance hall. And with her brother, on that night, bad been Kcllowes. Her brother nccacd to have plenty of money, but be gavo bor no explanations. Ho Bald he waa working--"electrical work", was bis only description--and ho did not encourage her to ask questions. Ho, too, bad left their mother, or at least nbo had left him when she had got work In the kitchen of a Greek restaurant. So that the brother and sister bad become two ot those detached individuals, such, presumably, as one hears bcsccchcd in SOS messages to return to n dying parent. She wrote h-r address 00 a piece of paper for her brother that night, but abe did not bear from him, or of him, until some Fellowes had Ho hod then weeks later when called to see her. the people Bnld. -vnw In the house." n bor over the mid wh*n they found *hat T wasr't go- Ing to pay th« rent that was ow- tng." But, hi bcr own words, she "kept herself decent". She noon left the Battorsen shop, where she had been overworked and "treated like dirt* and found employment with a yoanff married couple. 'And as time had gone on ahc had moved from place to plrcc, e- deavorlng always tc "better hcr- wlf". By this »bo explained that Rh9 did not merely mean getting better wages, but finding a job with more educated people from whom she could learn bow to behave- Her ranbltlons seemed to have been entirely social. "Upwards" to her menr' nearer refinement. And I felt, na she talked, that she had let nothing stand In her way in that pursuit, A now expression camu Into her face and her voice as she spoke, a grating hardness which surprised me. This mixture of English cud Mediterranean blood, I thought, could bo a dangerous one. But X tried told her that her brother was in jail for burglary. She had realized at once, she said, that his prosperity had not been due to any isolated net. but that ho was n professional criminal. While he bad been in prison, she hod seen a good deal of Fellowes, and wo gathered that "an attachment" soon existed between them. Ho admitted having helped her brother in several "jobs", but hoc been qulto ready to promise her to have nothing moro to do with the lite. When, however, her brother had come out of jail, ho and Fel lowcs had become, as Enid put It, "very thick again," and aa a sequel to that friendship they were both arrested and given terms o Imprisonment. But It was not, Enid hastened to explain, in thi nature of Fellowes. Her brothc bad r strong character, and hac 1 led blm Into It In spite of his promise fc you?" put in Lord tilmon. "Well--ho waa out of work,' was EnM'a defense. When he came out, however, as be did nearly a year before be brother, who was by now regarded as a habitual criminal, she bod been able to help him. She hac already got her job with th Thurstona, and, by appealing t Mrs. Thurston, and telling her th wholo truth, she had persuaded cr to engage him aa a chauffouc. For nearly three years, she as- urcd us. he had been aa straight i a die, enjoying bis Job, and iving his wages. -Until, of course, your brother reappeared?" "That made no difference. .My Brother hasn't done anything vrrong since he's been out." "I can bcllovo In one reformed criminal," said Sam Williams, ·bat two are hard to credit" "Well, It's true, anyway," said Bnld. "My brother . . ." "Respectably employed as porter at the local hotel . . ." "Yes. He's gone straight. And why shouldn't he? He's got a decent Job. Twenty-flvo bob a week, and tips, besides his keep. Mrs. Thurston got It for him, and sho knew all about hJm, ITou ask the Sergeant whether be hasn't gone straight." "No complaints so far," admitted Beef. "Then I wonder why Fellowcs didn't mention that Miles was your brother." "Did you ask him? Why should he tell you what he isn't asked? It's not his nature. He'd rather say too little than too much." The end of her story waa aooa told. She and Fcllowcs had decided to get married, and to start in a little hotel of their own. It had always been her Idea- And each at them had saved somo money. There was that will of Mrs. Tburston'3, but of course, ahe took no notice of that. Why, lira. Thurston might have lived another 30 years. And she didn't mean to spend alt that time la domestic service. Not she. At this point tho suspicion in my mind left the other people who might have been Involved In tho murder of Mary Thurston, and became for a time centered on this trio. It seemed to me almost too much of a coincidence that two men and a woman, all of them moro or less sprung from the. criminal classes, should have been on the spot, without having been Involved. I could not ecc, of course, bow they could have done it, for t could not yet sec how anyone could have done It, but I felt that one or two, or all throe of them. were guilty. And I do not dcnj; that I was sorry. (To Bo Continue^ Real Estate for Rent Houses for Rent 11 TO SUB-LET--Five room house, furnished, reasonable rent: 237V 4 East Falrview avtnuc. Call 772-W. FOR RENT--Five room houic. near Hopwood. Water, electricity, garage, fruit. S2500. Union Realty Company, Un- lontown. Telephone 168 FOR RENT--Modern hoirc at 113 South Arch street. Phone 1139. Real Estate for Sale Brokers In Real Estate DONT FORGET--You can own the home you have been dreaming about. Coma In and 1 will tell you how Many fine homes in all sections of the city. PETF.R R WEIMER WEIMER ARCADE. PROPERTIES FOR SALE OR RENT! T. C P1IALIN. SO. CONNELLSVILLE. PA PHONE 075 Business Property for Sale 82 41U-R-14 Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 FOR SALE--Direct current Kohlcr lighting plant, Delco deep v.ell v»a!er pump and three motors. '« H p Good condition Kcndlnes Unlontoun Road. »OR SALE OR TRADE--For live stock. three 400 capacity Cypher's Incubators Good condition Cheap G W. Ncw- cirer. n D !. Conncllsv llle Phone 4120-R-3 FOR SALE--Vanderbilt Distillery Property. consUUng of frame distillery building, three-story brick apartment, six-room frame duelling: four-stall, two-story frame garage, two-stall frame Kar.ifie and stable. W. A Reed. Van- I dcrbllt. Phone Dawson 4941 COLONIAL BUILDING--South Sldr Five rf^m apartment available March 1st. L. Wertheimer, Sr. Phone 880 FDP RENT--Two and three room apart- menti, 109 South Sixth street Inquiic Smutz Hardware SIX ROOM APARTMENT--Furnished, in do\\nto\\n location. Aiallablc February 15th. Apply Paramount Theatre. FOR RENT--Furnished light housekeeping apartment for two men 116 West Ptlch street Phone 1470-J FOR SALE--1 eipht-tubc Majestic Radio 1 shoal 1 cow for sole O r trade for horse Albert Konza! R D. 3. Mt Pleasant. Pa (Bridgeport ) I OUR ROOM--Furnished apartment with billi, electric refrigerator. girage Adults 208 West Washington Avenue FOR SALE--Larfie Hcatrola. Ras range rndlos rue. dlshc-,. sport coat, wagon 217 Carnegie A\e Phone 565-M WIU.N YOU SHOP Uirouch Hie Clasbi (led Section you buy from choice not from persuasion. FOR RENT--Four room furnished op-irt- ment Inquire 336 Eait Crawford Avenue 1 Business Places for Rent 75 JOR RENT-- Storeroom In Smutz Building, 717 Crawford Avenue, Wcit Side Farms and land for Sale 83 JOHN C. SLATER FARM--For sale. 102 acres, large brick house, several outbuildings, located near Eroadford. 22 Volumes, BriUanlca cncj clopcalas cheap Write Mrs Grover C Fosbrink. box 23J. Bobtown, Pa. FOR SALE--Small farm, near Connclls- ville Price right. J. P Lauehertj near Bcllvicw School House. Real Estate for Sale IIoiwcs for Silo A REAL BUYI BLACKSTONE ROAD. 7W-718 WEST SIDE--Tv-clve room double houso with bath nnd heater, nil modern This property must bo sold at once to settle estate Immediate possession. Price reduced to S1.500. PAUL WAGONER 1000 W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE. 148. SEE THIS PROPERTY! SYCAMORE STREW--six room frame house, basement, vapor steam heat, nil conveniences. Two car garage. Can arrange suitable terms WM P McNULTY EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1760 FOR QUICK CLOSING UP--Of the estate of Josephine Rcndtnc, will cll one property located at 217-219 Carncule Avenue, and another property located at 218-220 Market Street, ConncllsUHc Sec F E Younkin, Attorney, or R. V. Rcndine. Executor, Title Trust Bldg. Auctions--LegaCs Legal Notices. NOTICE. IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS No 1 for the County of Philadelphia, State of Pennsylvania. December Term, 1337. No. 4416. In re. petition of tho Dunbar Water Supply Company a Pennsylvania corporation) for decree of dissolution of said corporation. Notice is hereby gKen that the Dunbar Water Supply Company, (a Pennsylvania corporation), his filed in the above named Court its petition, praying for a decree of dissolution, and that the Court has fixed Fridij. the llth day of March, 1038, at 10 o clock A. 5f. as the time and the said Court as the place for hearine said petition and application for dissolution, when and where all persons interested can attend and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of the said petition should not be granted in the Court ol Common Picas No. 1, in Room "B." No 213. City Hall, Philadelphia. Pa. Drinker. Blddlc Heath, Attornes* for Petitioner, 1429 W.ilnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. llfcb-3t-fri. Lots For Sale SEVERAL NICK BUILDING LOTS! FOR SALE--At Poplar Grove. 60x140 ft City ualcr nnd j!aa, telephone service, near Street Car line and highway. If you are Interested In good bulldlnc lots at real Bargain Prices, see C B McCormlck. Poplar Grove. Phone. Con- nellsvillc. 1204-J, or write Post Oflicc Box 144, ConnellsvlUc. Pa. Houses for Sale 84 FOR SALE--Six room house, bath and furnace Hardwood floors, K^ragc, House in good repair $3 000 Robert Norrls. Phone SOS FOR SALE--Nice five room house on paved street Pi ice reduced Sec Robert Norrls. Plione 505 REMEMBER The more you say. th« quicker it Days PATRONIZE tnose who advertise. Auctions-Legals Auctioneers, Auction Sales 90 AUCTION SALE -- ChannlnKS Garare and service Station. NormalVllc. Pa. to be sold Saturday. Tcb. 19th. at J o'clock, P. M A-No I SERVICE is what ou set from Classified Ads When you have a special need to fill, phone us the particulars and details You can get an ad-taker at 12 or 13. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. ESTATE OF C It. KEMP. LATE OP Connellsvillc, Eavcttc County, Pennsylvania, deceased Letters of Admlnlsti atlon in the above estate having been grunted to the under- slRruxl. notice Is hereby given to all persons indebted to the said decedent to make pamcnt to the undersigned without delay, and all persons having claims or demands against said estate arc re- ^ Quested to make known the same. Howard W Kemp, Administrator, 221 North First street, Conncllsjvillc, Pa. Hlfibce. Lcwcllyn Higbcc. Attorneys 21jan-6t-trl DESF.ItTIO:.- NOTICI. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN- MY wile. Lyda Snydcr, having left my bed and board without just cause or provocation. I will not be- tcsponsiblc for any bills contracted by her S S Snyder. Indian Head, E'a. ISCrb-lt-frl THE CLASSIFIED SECTION oilers a complete catalogue of the wants and offers of the people of Conr cllAVUle and vicinity ' IN DEALING throueh Classified Ads nothing Is u iMod ' Both buyer and seller prolit onuajjv , ECONOMY OF TIAIK. moncy and effort results from Classified reading.

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