The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 19, 1938 · Page 6
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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PAGE SIX. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILiLE, PA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 193S. Courier Classified Advertisements For Quick Results -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9c cash; lOc charge. S Ads to Be Run 3 Times: Per line. 7c cash; Sc charge. Ads to be 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 1 2 or 1 3'for an Ad-Taker. Specia/-iYpur Ad Inserted "7" Times for the Price of Six!-- Special '- ' No Ad. Js Taken For Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! I Announcements Card,of Thanks XOHM--I wish to thank the frlendi and neighbors for their hindncwt durlnK the- Illness and /allowing the death of my mother. Mi-q Amanda E.' Rohm. Especially do I thnnk Rev. Bland ind Rev Ringer, the- singer*., those who sent floM-crs. those xvho SK kindly furnished cars and all who assisted me In any v.ay. Pcmbotton^Hay Rohm, Vandcrblltt Pa Flowers and Mourning Goods 4 BASKETS--SPRAYS AT REASONABLE PRICES1 P R DcilUTB-Jt SONS C-VILLE-S9 - SCOTTDALE-S34 Funeral Directors --SIBEt. FUNERAL HOME-"The Lait Word In Funeral Service." CALL. CONNELLSVILLE 150. Automotive Automobiles (or Salo 11 Automotive Automobiles for Snlo 11 Automotive Garages--Autos tor Hire, Taxi 14 ITS HERE! STOP! LOOK! SEE 1T1 SHIPPED DIRECT FROM AUTO SHOW IN DETROIT A CUT-AWAY CHASSIS OF THE NEW 1938 FORD V-8 NOW ON DISPLAY TOR A SHORT TIME ONLY IN OUR SHOW ROOMS FOR YOUR INSPECTIONI BEFORE BUYING A NEW CAR SEE THE NEW 1938 MODELS OF THE FORD V-8 and LINCOLN ZEPHYR Trades! Easy Terms! Demonstrations! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED FORD AND LINCOLN DEALERS WEST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 407 Open Evenings! Open SundaysK DEPENDABLE USED CARS! At Prices You Cannot Beat .uiyulicre! 193G PLYMOUTH SEDAN . $425 1035 CHEVROLET MASTER TOWN SEDAN $335 1934 CHEVROLET MASTER TOWN SEDAN $315 1035 FOnD TUDOR SEDAN $203 1034 PLYMOUTH TRUNK SEDAN $325 1034 PONT1AC SEDAN WITH RADIO , AND HEATER S350 1333 DODGE COUPE 3355 1034 DODGE EXPRESS TRUCK S225 j SEE THIS CAR! "At Less Than Lo\vcr Priced Cars NEW--1937 Dodse TourlnK Scdani. Low Doun Pa\mcnt. 190 Balance Monthly. Own A Dcperd-iblo DODGE. For Less Than The Price Of The Lower Priced Cars' Grab It! It Won't Last Lonsl DODGE TRUCK--All Mc"l bod lV4-t°m. Heavy duly, hvdraulic dump. dri\en onl 10,000 miles Selling with New Truck Guarantee' H C GALLATIN DODGE and PLYMOUTH SALES X: SERVICE 315 W CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 88S FOR RENT--Dead storage for about 20 earn Centrally located For information. Phone 444 Wanted--Automotive CASH FOR YOUR AUTOMOBILE--Must bo a bargain Write Automobile, care of Courier, describing car nnd price. Business Service DALTON ADDING MACHINE--Special. $2975. New F and E. check writer, special. $7 95 Royal No. 10 tj pcwritcr, «.pccial. $1873 All machines guaranteed Kcstnerj. Book Store. 125 W. Apple St. Business Service Offered 18 CALL FISHER--FOR AWNINGS. . FURNITURE REPAIRING . . UPHOLSTERING. QUALITY WORK PHONE 9045. $1 OILS--And makes minor adjustments on any v:winc machine In jour home Parts extra. Phone 890 Troutman's Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KINDS EXCEPT LIKE FAYETTK REALTY CO PHONE 1375. T D GARDNER. MGR RELIABLE INSURANCE -- All kinds Jjrres R Lauchlin--INSURANCE Sec me for rates 309 First National Bank Building. Phone 520 Moving, Trucking, Storage 25 EVERY LOAD INSURED! Long distance and locil moving. Modern fctornRc for household goods We do craling for shipment by rail. Dull's Transfer Storage Phone 50 122 E Pe.ich street. -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 105. WEEK END SPECIALS' ! SEE THESE I CA.1S ( TODAY! ' 1135 Deluxe Terrnplane Sedan ejulpred I uith Trunk Radio and Heater Will 1 sell with a 30 Day Guarantee for 5119 1934 Tcrraplane Coach, jours for 5239 1933 Pljmouth Deluxe Sedan v.ith' j Heater .. , 5223 j ' 1928 Chevrolet Sedan v.!th Heater $4955 ' I NOTE---YOUR LICENSE AND TITLE OR I YOUR LICENSE TRANSFER AND I TITLE TRANSFER INCLUDED IN THE PRICtS OF TlfESE CARS Very. Very Ea^y Terms! E E VAN SCOY, INC HUDSON and TERRAPLANE SALKS SERVICE 259 E CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243. Printlnc. Encravlnsr. Binding 27 LATE MODEL USED CARS! HETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO. SCOTTDALE. PENNA. PHONE 407. LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 256 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234. THE CLASSIFIED SECTION offers a complete catalogue of the wants and offers ol the people of Conncllsvillo arid vicinity. IN DEALING through Classified Ads nothing is wasted Both buyer and seller profit equally. Autos, Accessories, Tires, Farts 13 ALL CAR CHAINS . _. _ 14 OFF1 ALL CAR HEATERS - 'A OFF I STORAGE BATTERY (EXCH ) _- $339 MOTOR OIL. 2 GALLONS . 79c ALCOHOL. PER GALLON _ 50c FOG LIGHTS PER PAIR, S4 75 B BATTERIES . ,,. ,, _. »Bc MIDGET RADIOS - $1253 UP LO.VEST PRICES. AUTO PARTS. TIRES, RADIO TUBES it ACCESSORIES GOLDE TIRE RADIO COMPANY. 120 E CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 10. SAM'S UPHOLSTFRING fc REPAIfl SHOP--Guaranteed -work For sale, re built living room suites, beds, drcsstr and many other articles 307 Nort Water itrcct. Connellsvltlc. Pa A-No 1 SERVICE is ·fthal you gel from Classified Ads When ou have a special need to fill, phone us the particulars and details. You con get an ad-takcr at 12 or 13. ECONOMY OP TIME, money nnd effort results from Classified reading. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 28 14- £5" 27 - - ACROSS . ~ I--The cushion 23--A tow7i"ih~ -- of a billiard New York- table state 4--A province 2S--A strip or Canada 27--Grtek letter --8--An Islet In a 28--Marched ln- rivcr ceremonial 11--Peer curi- display ously 30--Gold monc- 12--A salver tary unit of 15--Heroic in Bulgaria style 31--Eager 17--Old measure 32--Harsh of length 34--Cry of a cat 18--A kingdom 36--Pallid of northwest 37--Sells Europe 3S--Not one 20--Sun god (slang) 22--A retinue DOWN 1--A street in 7--A side path New York 8--Male fowl 2--A horny 10--Spread covering at Brass to dry the end of 13--A wing a finger 14--Dwells 3--Outfit 16-- WraOi S--Above 19--A woman hermit under «r- _ tain rellg- 25--Attire lous vows" 26--Droop ' 21--Searched 27--By for provi- 28--Gasp slons 29--The emblem 23--The quality of dawn - - of color that 30--A river of embraces Siberia hue and sat- 33--The front of uration an army 24--A color 35--Pronoun Anwcr to prc\lous puzzle Hfl K e o o B i S T i R R o w O W E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUR PRINTING WORK I Letter Heads)--BUI Heads! For Rent Cards I--For Snlo Cardsi CalHnc Cardsl-Hand BlllsI-BindlnBl No Trespassing Slffns For Sale. AH Work Guarontcedl At Reasonable Rates I COURIER JOB DEP-flAVTMENT. ·HONE 55 COURIER BLDG OR PHONE RESIDENCE, 91. Professional Services lORKECT FITTING TRUSSES -- EUsti Hosiery antl other surgical ippliincci A A Clarke. PH G DnitfRM. 323 North Pitti-burg »trccL Phone 1M. Repairing and RcfinLshing 2! UPHOLSTERING--Repairs, factory mcth odn Awninr*. slip covers. Lstcs fabrics Rudolph's. 131 E. falrvlc Avc. Phone 3817-J. Employment Help Wanted--Female Merchandise Build Inns, Building Materials 53 VE CARRY--AH sizes of sew or pipes and ftttfnKS. Call 1700 Stone Work. Business and Office equipment 51 Farm and Dairy Products 55 lOMERiET POTATOES, GRADED--$1 23 per bng No. 2 potatoes, 75c per baK Apples 50c per bushel Phone 065-R 413 E Washington Avt SOMERSET POTATOES--$1.25 per baR Rome Beauty apples 503 E Nc\%mcr Ave. Phono 182C-R MR. FARMER HERE'S MONEY IN YOUR POCKETl Why not run a email Inexpensive Classified Ad In our Classified Section which wit: find a market for your farm products, your live stock, your farm 'mplcmcnta. nnd household Goods? You will flnd many people who want to buy the many things you have for sale! The Dally Courier ban a large rural circulation which makes it the popular choice among the farmers and assures you that your message will reach the people who arc In the market for jour products You Will Find: Our rates In tho ·bovo Classified heading All Classified Ads are p» able In advance) Fuel, Feed, Fertilizer! COAL---0-ft. Conncllsvlllc cuktnc. lump nnd run of mine. Pittsburgh Champ- Ion nut coal and large lump Coke, all sizes Stone Work. Phone 1700 BEST QUALITY -- 0-FL coklnR coal. moderately priced Immediate delUcry Gerald Schomcr. Phono 1091. CUSTOM COAL--IOC, lie and 13c delivered. George W. Kern, ConnclIsvUJe. Phone 4121-R-ll. GENUINE WASHINGTON RUN COAL-Wm. Dull A Son Phono C'villc, 107: Dawson. 32G1 or 3631 COAL--Good blick lumpy run ot mine, JOc bushel delivered Cash Koballt Bros Phone 2037 Houehold Goods FOR SALE I -- FOR SALE! BARGAINS--In all kinds of used furniture including washinc machines Also flat top desks, addlnfi machines and typewriters. DULLS STORAGE 122 EAST PIvACH STREET PHONE. 50 STORE WIDE REDUCTIONS! ON ALL FURNITURE. RUGb AND STOVES COME IN! SEEI AND SAVEI LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES MLRVIS frURNITURE COMPANY NORTH PiTTSPURG ST. PHONE 2020 YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE I ADDRESS ENVELOPES HOME 1OR U --Good pay Fxperlencc unncct s.\ary Wonderful opportunity. K\cr thing supplied. Nationwide Dlstribuators, 401 Broadway, N. Y. Financial Need Money 40-B SHORT OF CASH In This Short Month? Get A Personal Loan here Only ONE thing mcdei --the ability to repay small, regular amounts on any loan plnn i ou seltct. Come in NOW I LOANS up to 5300--ALL PLANS PKRSONAL FINANCE COMPANY Over McCrovv'h Store Phone 34 WLST CRAWFORD AVENUE. Livestock Horses, Cattle, Other Stock 48 FOR SALE-- 1 Kood work hon-c 1 Ford v-s Pick-up Tiuck. 30 model A-l condition. Inquire W. H. BiMnger, Springfield Pike, noai NormaKllle, Pa FOR SALE--One 2 1 , ytnr old Gucrncsy bull. T B and blood tcVcd, from refiKtcred htock Jennings Stricklcr, 14 mile of Vandcrbilt FOR £ALE--hlcctrlc sweeper, u^cU only f t w months Sjcrtficc for $1000 Fx- ctMent condition Cost 545 Must be seen to be apprrci red Owner lca\int; clU 211 W Crccn St Phone 1014-M. I OR SALE IMMKDIATELY---Three-piece m ihoRanv Itvini: room ^u^c 4 two beds 253 K Crauford A\c Phone IZS9-M 66 CHAPTKR I SHOULD have liked to have | felt that the story told by the' parlor-maid was true She, her brother and the chauffeur had all had to fight, for existence. I had caught some glimpses of that fight--the girl'.H drciry struggle through the most sordid kind of lomcfltic service at an age when ihe should have been at school. The years of malnutrition and overwork. And for the men the loneliness and nerve strain of a life into which they had probably entered halt from desperation, half from want. But there that hardness In Enid, that savagery in Fcllowes, Avhlch seemed to prove them capable of any violent net, If violence served their turn. And though I still revolted at the thought of either of them having actually used thit knife so horribly, I no longer fc 11 that they were innocent of some part in the crime I felt nauseated, suddenly, with the whole affair. This relentless tracking down of the criminal seemed gruesome. Lord Simon, gently sipping hli brandy, no ob- vlouily considered it all to be a most absorbing game of chess, "something to occupy a chap," that Lor a moment I lost nil patience v itb him And the brilliant little Picon, whose human' Ity was more evident, he too could not help enjoying his own efforts --nnd that disturbed me. Certainly I hid never known Mgr, Smith actually to hand a man over to the law, but even that was partly because the criminals he discovered had a way of committing suicide before he revealed their identity. Of course, in a way, I wanted poor Mary Thuraton avenged But us I saw the investigators with appctiteT obviously wbettcd for the cross-examination they were about to make of tins handsome girl, my gusto failed, and I f el t like leaving them to their questions, and going out into the air. But my curiosity, of course got the better of me, «o that I took another whiskey and sodn and leaned back in my chair to Hoar what questions they woul( put to Enid, now that they ha reached the point of discovering her movements last night. To our surprise Sergeant Bcc, conceived a sudden desire to ask questions at this point. "Could ou tell QC," he began ponderously, "which of the ladle and gentlemen staying in tin house lit their fires last night?" But Williams came to the res cue. "Really, Beef," he said "while these gentlemen have im portant questions to ask, I thlnl we w a n t to waste as little time a possible." One or two others of us Joinet. the appeal to Beef not to hold u the cross-examination, so thai after murmuring something abou "having a pretty good idea, any way," he was silent again. "See anything of your brothe yesterday?" asked Lord Simon, re turning Indcfitigably to his tas! of cross-examination. "No Nothing at all " "Vet it was hii free afternoon, -Was It?" -How did you spend the after noon? ' Unid hesitated, nnd I had a cur! ua iniultion Uml she wtu» going o tell a lie. Well," she sold at last, "I'd ecn up late the night before-- cadlng. A'nd not a detective ovel cither," she put in tartly. So that yesterday afternoon I clt sleepy, and went up to my oom for '40 winks." "When did you Oral sec Pel- owes that day?" "Not until just before dinner." gain, I was sure that she was ying. "Did he have anything particu- ar to say to you then?" "Nothing special, no." "Nothing about a rat trap ?" "Oh, that wasn't anything par- cular. Whenever Mrs. Thurson wanted a talk with him, she'd ell him about the rats." "That was an understood thing, hen Did Fcllowcs mention it ast night?" "Yes. He ju-jt told me " "Did you mind'" "Mind"' "Yes, Enid. Incredible though I may seem to you, I said 'mind'. 'cry gauche ot me, no doubt, but just wondered whether a man's Qanccc would have an objection o his being summoned to a lady's oom at 11 o'clock or so, for a talk'." Entd colored slightly, but said inly, "He can take care of hira- lelf. I never worry about him." "A very sensible attitude, I'm lure." "Well, there was nothing in it. rou know what she was. She was a bit sentimental over him, that's all. Didn't worry me. "Do you happen to know how Mrs. Thurston spent Friday afternoon?" "She went up for what she used call her siesta. Don't know how long she was in her room." "Was that a regular habit of hers'" "Pretty regular, yes. "Did she have a siesta on the Thursday'" 'Yes. But not for long. Shc't ordered the car for 2:30." "And went out'" -Yes" "Do you know where?" "How shquld I know? The chauffeur took her." T sec. Well, let's get back to yesterday, Friday.' "Yes?" "Did you go up to Mrs. Thurs ton's room when she dressed for dinner?" I'm not a lady's maid." 'When did you first go in there?" "It wasn't long after dinner. : went to tidy up her things. Sh used to leave them anyhow when ton asks aboifit it, I shall tell her straight." "And did she ask about it?" "When?" "When she came up to bed. The cook has told us that you followed her up." "Yes, I did, but I didn't go into er room." "Why not?" Enid looked rather solemn, and csltatcd. "When Mrs. Tourston ot to her room, I was not far ehind. I saw her open her door nd go to switch on v the main KhU Then I heard her say, .Vhat arc you doing here?' And stopped where I was." "What kind of a voice did she so for that intercstln' question?" "She seemed a bit startled." "Did she know that you wcr« ehlnd her?" 'I don't think she realized it. )r at any rate, finding someone In er room had upset her too much o notice." "And did you hear any answer?" "No." "So you waited to see who amc out?" "No, I didn't, then!" For tho rst time Enid sounded angry. "It was no business of mine who was lore. It might have been any ot he gentlemen, I didn't know." "You know, however, that it ·asn't Fcllowes?" "It wasn't him,\ because he came p to bed at that minute, and asscd me on the landing." "What did you do next?" "Started doing my bedrooms.| Turning back the beds, and that.! went into Mr. Townsend's room* hen Mr. Williams'." "Mr. Norrls'?" "No. I saw him going Into his oom when I went into Mr. Wiliams'. He was coming back rom the bathroom. I was doing- Dr. Thurston's when I heard the ;crcams." Lord Simon Icaacd back In his chair, stroking the whole length. f his chin. Then suddenly ho eancd forward. "Look here, Enid. You're about tho nearest thing wo shall get to a witness of this crime. We want the truth. Now,, tell me, who was in Mrs. Thurs-! .on*3 room when she reached it* that evening?" She looked straight Into hlsi eyes. "Cross my heart, I don't! tnow, my lord." "And you don't know who took! the bulb out of its fitting ?" "No." At this point there was a sudden and rather violent interruption. The door was burst open* and a short dark man, with tha sallow cheeks and burning brown she dressed." 'And did you notice then whether the lights in the room were all right?" "Only tho reading lamp cam on. The big light didn't," "That was, say, round about 1 o'clock'" "Yes"Were the lights all right o the previous night?'" "Yea, I think so " "What did you do when yo found there was a bulb missing? "Went to Mr. Stall, and askc him for one. He said he was busy and I must find it for myself.' "And did you?" "No. Why should I have? was his plac« to give It me. H kept all tho stores So I though to myself--well, if Mrs. Thurs eyes of the Mediterranean races, hurried into the room. Ho had a Uttlc black mustache, and undeniably the app c or ance of an atorante, on apache, an exotic* sort of savage. He crossed; straight to Enid, and his voice,, which was entirely English, canac^ as a surprise to me. · 'Don't say anything to them,** 1 ho advised her, "until you have a, solicitor. Have they been asking; you questions ? You shouldn't have answered. They can't makol you answer." Enid did not seem grateful for this consideration. "I've got nothing to be ashamed of," she said. "That's not the point. They'd: get anyone mixed up in their dirty crimes. Don't you say any- thin£, I tell you." (To Be Continued) Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats FOIt RENT--Tuo and three room apartments. 109 South Sixth street Inquire Smuu Hirdv-arc Wanted--To Buy CASH IS WHAT WE PAY-- BRING IM ALL YOUR LARGE CLEAN WIIITK RAGS TO TJ1E DAILY COURIER OFFICE TO- DAY AND WE WILL PAY YOU "Sc" PEIt POUND WHY NOT LOOK AROUND AMD MAKE YOURSbLt SOME SPENDING MONEY??! Rooms and Board FOUR ROOM--Furni'.bed npirtmtnl v,lth bath electric refrigerator, Karafic Adults 203 West \Vabhlngton Avenue. 'OH RJvNT--Fo^r rwm furnMied apartment Inquire 3JG Knst Crawford A\cmiL Business Places for Kent 75 A REAL EUY1 BLACKSTONE ROAD, 7JB-718 WEST SIDE--Twelve room double house v,lth bath and heater, all modern. Thli property must be sold at once to settle estate Immediate possession Price reduced to $1.500. PAUL WAGONER 1000 W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE. 148 FOR RLN1-Storeroom in Smut? Build- inc. 717 Crawford Avenue. West Side. Houses for Rent 77 TO SUB-LET-- K c room house, f ur- nis.hed. reasonable rent 237 H East FairUcw avenue Call 772-W. *OR RENT--Five rooms, b ilh large porch and yard. In Greenwood. In* quire 126 E Fain, ic\^ Ave FOR KENT--Modern home at 730 Soulh Arch street Phone 1139. Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate Rooms Without Board 68 FOR SALE--1 registered ! Guernsey Bull B F. Strickler. 1% miles west of Vandcrbilt ' FOR SALE--1 sow .md 8 month old thoats Davidson Farm Also three Summers ONE LARGh BEDROOM--For rent, suit- nblc for two persons Indies preferred Rent reat-ornble Use of phone 507 Johnston avenue Phone 532 Koomt for Housekeeping C9 FOR SALE--Flvt shoat.s Mullen's, Marietta Farm, Country Club Road Phone 4114-R-H Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 FOR SALE--Direct current Kohler llRht- InK plant. Delco dctp well water pump and three motors, »» H p Good condition IlendJnes. Union town Road, MODERN ROOMS--For light hoiuekccp- Inc Furnished or unfurnished 225 Fist Falrvicv. A v e n u e Real Estate tor Rent Apartments and Flats ARCH STRt bT, SO--Four room apartment hnt nnd hot ^atcr furnlbhcd All modern conveniences Rent reasonable A C HervvJck Phone SJC. FOIl SALE OH TRADE--For IKo stock, I D O \ \ N TOWN APARTMENT--Five room; , three 400 cjpiclty Cipher's Incubators Good condition. Cheap G W New- cmtr, R D 2 ConntlKvllIe Phone and bath Heat and water furnished Immediate possession 122 South Flusters St Phone 341 FOR SALE--Large Hcatrola nas r ndiov rug, dishes, sport coat \\ .117 Cirnceie Avc Phone 565-M FOR faALE--Pon. set h ji nes, ^prinfi \\ason, plow and h.trrou. cultKitor and vho\el plow. R G Turns Reidrnore. WHKN YOU SHOP UiroURh the Classified Section jou buy from choice not trom persuasion. FOR RENT--Apartments Inquire Smutz Apartment Building, 715 Cnwford A\cnuc Wcs»t Side DON T FORGET--You can own the home you line been dreaming about. Coma in nnd I ·will tell you how Many flnc homes in all sections ol the city, PETER R WEIMER WEIMER ARCADE PROPKRTI1-S FOR SALK OR RENT I T C. PHALIN SO CONNELLSVILLE. PA PHONE 975. Business Property for Sale 82 FOR SALK--Vandcrbilt Distilicr Prop- crt. consisting ot frame distillery butldlnr. three-story brick apartment- Mx-room Jramo duelling; four-stall, two-story frnmc K a r a t e two-stall frame fianj e and -^ ible W A Reed, Vanderbilt Phono Dauson 4941 Real Estate for Sale Houses for Salo bEE THIS PROPERTY! SYCAMORE STREET--Six room frame house, basement, vapor steam heat, all conveniences. Two car sarajje. Can arrange suitable terms. WM P McNTJLTY EACLKS BUILDING PHONE 1760 FOR QUICK CLOSING UP--Of Die eitate of Josephine Rendtnc, will tell one property located at 217-219 Carnegie A\ cmic, and another property located at 218-2JO Market Street, Conncllsvllle. Sco F E Younhin, Attorney^, or R V. Rendinc. Executor. Title Trust Bldg. Lots For Sale 85 SEVERAL NICE BUILDING LOTS1 FOR SALE--At Poplar Grove. 60x140 «. City water and gas. telephone service, near Street Car line and highway. If you arc interested In good building lots at real Baigaln Prices sec C. B McCormlck, Poplar Grove, Phono. Con- nellsvlllc, 12M-J. or write Post Office Box 144. Conn ell svillc, Pa. Tarns and land for Sale 83 JOHN C. SLATER FARM--For sale 1D2 acrt large brick house, several out- bjllciln}"*, located near Broidford 22 Volumt-i Brittanica encyclopedias, cheap Write Mrs Grovcr C Fosbrlnk, Box 233. Bobtown, Pa Auctions--Legals Legal Notices. 91 t OH AI-.E--Small firm, near Connclls- vilJe Price rlflbt J P Liuslicrt, near EScllvlcw School Ilousi Housei, for Sale COLONIAL BUILDING--South Side K U c room apartment a\ail ibtc March lil D Wcrthei'rcr, St Phone 88b WHENEVER you have a real need to fill the Classified Section v.ill help you to fill It quickly, as cosily and ln- FOR KALi:--Six loom house bith and f u r n ice I! ird\\ood floors, Rarapc Home in cood repair S3 000 Robert Norris Phone 505 J K K C U T O R V NOTICE. Notice is hcrcb Riven thit letters testamentary on the estate o£ Michael C White dccca^Ld, late of ConnellbViUe Fayette County, Pa. have been granted to the underlined, to \\hom all persons indebted to Mild estate arc requested to make Immediate pa\mcnt and those hav- InK claims ifjalnst same, will make them known uiihout delay Louis White. 303 W Fnyettc St, Connellsvllle. Pa Alice White Gibbons, Dunbir. Pa, Executors FOR SiALlv--Nice l i v e room house on p-u cd tied Price i cducid bt.c Robert, Norrij Phone SD3 PATRONIZE tboso who advertise. IT ib ONLY necessary to tell pcopii whoro real bargains aro to be found an i crow d \\ ill toon be there Classihec ads arc constantly pointing the way tc real value for hundreds of people woo rccularly look to them for cuidancm. Girl Slayer Freed Margaret Tack . , . frco of slajlnc charges Acquitted of the slaying of her sweetheart, Lloyd McCardy, last September. Margaret Tack, 20- year-old stenographer, smiles happily in couit as she hears the jury's ^ erdlct in Detroit. Miss Tack allegedly shot and killed McCardy as they sat In an automobile when he refused to agree to marry her after being Intimate w«th her. CLASSIFIED purchasers arc not regretted becaues Uiey arc only made when the bujcr needs to buv and the teller needs to cell REMEMBER our special oflcr. W« will run your ad icvcn times for tha pric* ol ux.

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