The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 21, 1938 · Page 8
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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PAGE EIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNEbLSVILLE, PA. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 10S5. Courier C/assi/ied Advertisements F/or Quick Results ' ' -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES"" " Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. Ads to Be Run 3 Times: Per line, 7c cash: Sc charge. Ads to bo Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c cash; 7c charge. 1 and 2 Times: - -,-, , Per line, 9c cash: lOc charge. · = /These Rates Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. There'are five (5) average words to each line. "-'Cards of_Thariks;"-50c_Flat;Rate. ' Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker. Specig/--XourAd Inserted 1 "7" Times for the Price of Six!--Spec/a/ _,; . ~."_ : ";-.r_'.- "^i No Ad.-ls Taken For Less Than.a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Flowers "and MourniBC Goods 4 BASKETS SPRAYS AT REASONABLE PHICESI P. R. DcMUTJI It SONS C'VILLE--39 SCOTTDAL£--834 Funeral Directors --EIDEL FUNERAL HOME^-_ tic Last Word In Funeral Service." CALL. CONNEC1,SV1HE.T50.. ~7 Straycd. Lost, Found - 10 LOST, STRAYED OH STOLEN--Black and white female Spitz. Has four vhltc paws, black and white tall, white strcnk on face. Kcward If returned to. 207111 East Patterson Avc, Phone 2009-R. . LOST--Boston Terrier, male, dark brindlc and white, wearing brass studded black harness.- Liberal regard If returned to 302 North Prospect Street. STRAYED--Tan and .white collie doc. License N'o 3837. Reward. Phone 186-W. LOST--Black and brown Persian cat. Reward If returned to 797 Franklin Ave. Phone 1726-R. -~ Automotive - Automobiles for Sale 11 _ . . "O.-K." .USED CAHSV; -- NOW ON-DISPLAY" - ON OUR USED CAR-COT ~WEST CHAWFOHD AVE._ NEXT TO WERTIIE1MER MEN'S STORE. . - AND ALSO INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREET. MASON MOTOR COMPANY. Open Evenlncs Hill 9 o'clock. Open Sunday* 'till 6 o'clock. ' PHONE IDS.' SEE OUR USED CARS NOW ON DISPLAY ON OUR USED CAR LOT AND ON OUR SECOND FLOOR WEST SIDE MOTOR CO. W. CRAWFORD AVE. PEONE "401." LATE MODEL USED CARS! HETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO. BCOTTDALE. PENNA. PHONE 401 LARG1! SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 256 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234 TINE LATE MODEL USED CARS ' E. E. VAN-SCOY. INC. 259 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243 Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 DKPE.VDABr.E USED CARS! At Prices-You Cannot Beat .inywhorcl 536 PLYMOUTH SEDAN $4M 1935 CHEVROLET MASTER TOWN SEDAN - 5395 1934 ClfEVHOLET MASTER TOWN SE0AX . -- , . $315' 1935 FOUD TUDOR SEDAN . SW I 1934 PLYMOUTH TRUNK SEDAN _ S325 1934 PONTIAC SEDAN WITH RADIO AND HEATER - *350 1933 DODGE COUPE . $335 1934 DODGE EXPRESS TRUCK $225 SEE THIS CARI At Less Than Lower Priced Cars NEW:--1937 Dodge TmlrinK Scdan. Low Do\vn Pn\ment. »1GO. Balance Monthly. Own A Dependable DODGE. For Levs Than The Price Of The Lower Priced Cars! Grab It) It Won't Last Lone! DODGE TRUCK--All »teel body, l^-tons. Heavy duty. hdraullc dump, driven ·only mile-; Selling- with New Truck Guarantee! -" " - H C. GALLATIN DODGE and PLYMOUTH SALES SERVICE 315 W. CRAWFORD AVE PHONE HO. Business Service Printlnc, Engraving, Blndinc 27 Business Service 'Business Service Offered " IS CALL FiSlUlR--FOR AWNINGS. . FURNITURE TIEPAIRIN'O . . UPHOLSTERING. QUALITY WORK. PHONE 06«. E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUR PRINTING WORK I Letter Headsl--Bill Heads! For Rent Cards!--For Sale Cards! Calllnc Cards!--Hand BUM--Blndinc! No Trespassing StKns For Sale! All Work Guaranteed I At Reasonable Bates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 65. COURIER BLDG. OR PHONX RESIDENCE. 91. Professional Services CORRECT FITTING TRUSSES -- EIa«tlc Hosiery and other Mirgfcal Tppliunc A. A Clarke, PI! G. 323 North Pittsburc street Iliono 194. . RcnalrJnc and Kc/inLihlnr ' 29 UPHOLSTERING--Ilcpain. factory methods. Awninf;^. slip covers. Latent fnbrica. Itudnlph'*, 131 E. Fairvlcw Ave. Phono 1817-J. Employment Help Wanted--Male Merchandise Hnuchold GootU FOR SALE! -- fOR SALE! BARGAINS--In nil kinds of u;.cd furniture including \vai-hinfi machines. Al- M) tint top dcks, addtnt; machines and tpc\vrltcM DUI.L'S STORAGE 122 EAST PEACH STREET. PHONE. 10. STORE WIDE REDUCTIONS! ON ALL FURNITURE. RUGS AND STOVES COMF. INI SEEI AND SAVE! LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES. MERVIS FURNITURE COMPANY NORTH PlTTSBUnC ST. PHONE 2020. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD IIEREI Wanted--To Buy 66 STEADY WORK--GOOD PAY--Reliable inan wanted to call on farmers In N Faycttc County. No experience or capital required. Make up to SI2 n dav. Write Mr. Emerjon Bell, Box 467, WaynoburK. Pa. $1 OILS--And makes minor adjustments on any sewing machine In your home. Part* extra. Phone 890. Troutman's. Insurance and Surely Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KINDS EXCEPT LIFE FAYETTE REALTY CO. PHONE 1373.. T. D. GARDNER. MGR. HUSBAND AND WIFE--To run home- opcratcd grocery agency. Everything fupplled; no monev rl*k Knrnlnct up to $200 In K month Details mailed free WrJte Zanol. 4446 Monmouth, Cincinnati, O GOOD PAYING--Watkln* route with e-it.ibll'-hed cuMomeM. Mmt have car and good reputation. No !nvf.tment Dept. A. 3 R Watkins Company, Newark. Ncu Jcr*-cj. CASH IS WHAT WE PAY-- BRLS'C IN ALL YOUR LARGE ' CLEAN WHITE RAGS TO THE DAILY COURIER OFFICE TO- DAY AND WE WILL PAY YOU "Sc- PER POUND. WHY NOT LOOK AROUND AND MAKE yOUHSELJ SOME SPENDING MONEY??? Financial Need Money 40-B RELIABLE INSURANCE -- All kinds Jamei R. Laughlin--INSURANCE. Sec me for ratcv 309 First Natloial Bank | Building. Phone rt20. ; Moving, Trucking, Storage 25 Antos, Accessories, Tires, Farts 13 ALL CAR CHAINS U OFF! ALL CAR HEATERS _. _.. ii OFF! STORAGE BATTERY CEXCH.) $133 MOTOR OIL. 2 GALLONS Me ALCOHOL. PER GALLON ... 59c FOG LIGHTS Z PER PAK. $4.75 B BATTERIES - ,,.« S8c MIDGET RADIOS -. S12.9S UP LOWEST PRICES. AUTO PARTS. TIRES. RADIO TUBES ACCESSORIES. GOLDE TIRE RADIO COMPANY. 126 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 10. Garages--Aufot for Hire, Taxi 14 FOR RENT--Dead storage for about 20 cars. Centrally located. For Information. Phone 444. IN DOING business tno Classified Way you aro Influenced to buy nothing except your own needs and the valuo of tho Coeds offered. EVERY LOAD INSURED! Long distance and local moving. Modern storage for household roods. We do crating for shipment by roil, Dull's Transfer Storage. Phone 50. 122 E. Peach street. IT 15 ONLY necessary to tell people uhcre real bargains are to be found and a crowd will soon bo there. Classified ads are constantly pointing tho way to real value for hundreds of people who regularly look to them for guidance. IN -DEALING through Classified Ads nothing Is wasted. Both buyer and seller proflt equally. CLASSIFIED purchasers are not re- Crcttcd bccaucs they are only mado when tho buyer needs to buv and the seller needs to sell. t REMEMBER, our special oiler. Wo will run your ad seven times for tho price at six. TODAY'S. CROSSWORD PUZZLE zi. 14- 29 Acnoss 1--A salmon to 10--Strips of its third Icath-r year worn around 4--Mother-- the waist child's term 20--Afresh 8--An Amert- 21--Cures can humor- "22--Small child ous writer 23--One of the" chief Babylonian gods. 25--Symbol for aluminum 26--Looted 28--Harasses 29--Before , 30--Shout aloud 31--The broken -coat of the seed of cereal grain 9--Eagle's nest 11--Discovered . 12--Exclamation of surprise 13--Actions (taw) 14--Carting vehicle 15--Foundation 17--Brick-baking oven 18--Confronted rlage .12--Stops 14--Resident of a village 15--Trlto 16--Fasten \\ith stitches 17--New Zealand parrot 2G--Comrade 18--Deadly. 2T--Epoch 19--Hollow'mc- 28--Depart talllc vessels Antnor to previous puzzle that give ' forth ring- Ing sounds 21--Greeting 23--Itemized account for Koodr sold 24--Paradise A|M DOWN · 1--Constructed 6--In betwetn 2--Short poem 7--Pronoun 3--Went ov«r · 9--Sour agIn 10--Public an*--Allots nouncement a--Greek god of of a pro- wsr poj*d mar- o K E S m m SHORT OF CASH In This Short Month? Get a Personal Loan here. Only ON'E thine needed --the ability to repay Mnall. regular amounts on any loan plan you select. Come In NOW! LOANS up lo J30CV--ALL PLANS. PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY Over McCrovy'* Store. Phone 31 WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE. Livestock Horses, Cattle, Other Stock 48 FOR SALE--1 two-year-old registere Guernsey Bull. B. F., 1H miles ucst of Vanderbilt. Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 FOR SALE--Pony, set harness, sprinK wafion, plow and harrow, cultivator and shovel plow. R. C. Turns. Rcicimorc. Buildings, Building Materials 53 OUR CEMENT--Snnd nnd gravel ar» of the finest qualities., Let'uj. fluurc your requirements. Stone A: Work. Phone 3700. Business and Office Equipment DALTON ADDING MACHINE--Special. $29 75. New F. and E. check writer, special, $705. Royal No. 10 typewriter, special, $18 75. All machines guaranteed. Kestncr's Book Store, 125 W. Apple St. Farm and Dairy Products SOMERSET POTATOES. GRADED-$IC5 per bag No. 2 potatoes, 75c per bag. Apples, 50c per bushel. Phone 8G5-R. 413 E. Wanhinfiton Ave MR. FARMER HERE'S MONEY IN YOUR POCKET1 Why not run a small inexpensive Classified Ad in our Classified Section which will find a market for your farm products, your live stock, your farm mplemcnts, and household goods? You will find many people who want to buy the many things you have for salcl The Dally Courier has A largo rural circulation uhlch makes It tho popular choice among the farmers and assures you that your message will reach the people who are in tho market for your product* You-Will Find: Our rates in the above Clarified heading. All Classified Ads are payable in . advance) Fuel, Feed. Fertilizers IF YOU HAVE A STOKER--Try a load .f our specially prepared stoker coo I. Stone Si Work, Phone 1100 BEST QUALITY -- 9-Ft coktnR coal, moderatPly priced Immediate deliver:/, Gerald Schemer. Phone 3091 CUSTOM COAL--10c. lie and 13c delivered Ceorflc \V Kern. ConnellsvUlc. Phone 4121-R-ll. GENUINE WASHINGTON RUN COAL-Wm Dull Son Phone C'ville, 107: Dawioti. 3261 or 3631 COAL--Good black lumpy nin of mine, lOc buxhel delivered C.*i--h Koballa Bros. Phone 2037. YOU TT.LL US jour details and uc'll w r i t e your ad Phone 12 or 13 for an ad-taker. Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board 68 ONE LARGE BEDROOM--For rent, null- nbto for two person*, ladles preferred Rent reasonable. U*c of phone. 507 Johnston avenue. Phonn 532. Room* for Honsckecplnc 69 MODERN ROOMS--For lltfht hou'ckcep- inc Furnished or unfurnished. 225 East Fairvlew Avenue. Rcol Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 71 ARCH STRF.ET. SO--lour room apartment, h«r-at ard hot water furnl\hcd. All modern convenience* Rent reasonable. A. C. llcrwlck. Phone 52G. DOWN TOWN APARTMENT--Five room* and bath Heat and w nter furnished. Immediate possession. 122 South Pittsburi: St. Phone 311. FOR RENT-- Apartments. Inquire Snuttz Apartment Building, 715 Crawford Avenue, West Side COLONIAL BUILDING--South Side. Five room apartment available March 1st. D. \Wrthcimor. Sr. Phone 886. FOR RENT--Two and three room apartments, 109 South Sixth Ftrcct. Inquire Smutz Hardware. FOUR HOOM--Furnished apartment with bath, electric rci rlccrotor, garage. Adults. 208 West Washington Avenue. Business Places for Rent FOR RENT--Storeroom in Smutz Build- in j;, 717 Crawford Avenue. West Side. Houses for Kent 77 FOR RENT OR SALE--Hlx room rrodcrn house, fruit trees, plenty of ground. Located on Narrows. 1 mile from Con- ncllsvillc. Sec or write Harry Hosfelt, R. D. 2. Box 419. ConnelKvJIlc. TO SUB-LET--Five room house, fur- ni-shcd. reasonable rent: 237 »4 East Fail-view iucnuc Call 772-W. FOR RENT--Five rooms, bath, large porch and ard. In Greenwood. Inquire 12G E. Falrvlcw Ave. Real Estate for Sale LEIO BRUCE COPVRICHT PV LEO PRUCf.. RELEASED BY CENTRAL PRESS ASSOCIATION Brokers in Real Estate DON'T FORGET--You can own the home you have been dreaming about. Come In and I will toll you how. Many fine homes tn all sections of the city. PETER n. WEIMER WEIMER ARCADE. PROPERTIES FOR SALE OH RENTI T. C. PHALIN. SO. CONNELLSVILLE, PA. PHONE 975 CHAPTER 2t LORD SIMON had been examining the newcomer coldly after ho burst into the room to caution 73nld not to talk. "Mr. Miles, I presume?" he said. "Well?" aasentcd Miles. "Glad you've dropped in. You may bo able to help us. I take it that you'vo heard ol* our little pathcrfnfi; from my man. Butterfield?" * Buttcrlicld. na though in answer, walked in. "I spoke to the person, na you ! nstructcd, my lord. I find his alibi quite in order. It was, as you knew, his free evening. He spent It, not ftt his own hotel, but at an iun culled the Red I...on. He won actually partner to the police sergeant in n contest at a game known n.i darts, my lord." "Darts." repeated Lord Simon disgustedly. "That w.ui the name of the pastime, my lord. Darts. I made quite sure of my information. At 10 o'clock ho remained talking with a group of persons outside thin public house, until 10:20, w. hen two of them accompanied him to his hotel. It appears that the winners in this game, my lord, have their--I beg your pardon for mentioning it. my lord--their beer paid for by the losers. This person nnd the police sergeant in partnership had been almost uniformly successful In the game, and In consequence in a very am- b 1 g u o u s condition. However, Mile* won assisted to his hotel, where the kitchen boy, who shares bis room, undressed him, nnd ntntes thit he was in bod and asleep bofore 11. and did not stir again. The sergeant. It appears, was- summoned here." "If I 'ad known you was Inter osted in Miles* movements, T could 'avi* told you," gn.mbled Sergeant Bcof. " Qui to so. So you have an alibi, friend MIlc% Well, well, it'ff R iincful sort of n thing. What can you tell us, though?' ' "Nothing. My ."Istcr never had anything to do with it, nor yet Foil owes. So you might as well atnp questioning them." "You must admit that it's rather odd, though. Miles, that the three of you, with such Interesting records, should be handy when n crime's born committed?" "Don't see what that's got to do with it. There's nothing me since I came out. Fel- )owe» has got a clean record for three years. And my slater's never been In any trouble. I don't think much of any detective,** he added, "who Fuspecln people, just bo cnine they once hnd been in quod '* "Nobody ha.-! mentioned the word tuspicion. Miles. It waa juit the coincidence which inter- Cfltcd me. You -fee. I'm not a groat believer In coincidences Who proposed that game ol darts?" "I did." "Tou met Sergeant Beef nt the Hed Lion, perhaps?" "No. I went to his house." "You went nnd tishod him oui for a game?" "Yes. What about it? He's R good player. And there was two fellows coming over from Morton Scone who arc hot stuff." "So It was for the honor of the villngc, as it were, thnt the sergeant turned out? Thank you. 1 M. Picon only asked him one question. "These gentlemen from Morton Scone, did they tell you anything of what you call In English the tittle-tattle of tho place? Was there any news from Morton ·Scone?" , Miles looked honestly puzzled I "No. Xot that I con remember . We didn't have much time for talking. We were playing hard." I wo* certain that he was actually feeling nervous. There was silence in the room, broken only by the gentle snoring of Mgr. Smith. I had been examining Miles. Small, slick, rath- T furtive--here was a man who at least psychologically, I -felt, could have been considered guilty. I had hcnrd of the treachery of these people of mixed blood, nnd looking at him I could believe what I had heard. His long, rather yellow hand, lying on the back of his sister's chair, could have used that knife as It had been used. And the almost feline agility of the man could, I felt, have overcome the inexplicable obstacles. But his alibi, as Butterfield had Indicated, seemed unimpeachable, so that yet another suspect was abandoned In my mind. "Anyway," he said, "I'm not go- Ing to havo my sister asked any more questions. Not without she has a solicitor here. She oughtn't to have been asked any. It's not fair. In a serious case like this." "All that we want, man stmi," put In M. Picon, "Is the truth." "Well, you can find that out, without asking her any more. Come on, Enid." She rose without « word, and with a defiant glance back at us, Miles escorted her from the room. "It Is of no consequence," said M. Picon. "There was nothing else she could tell us. So U she and her lover are to be believed, someone was waiting In the chambrc of Madame Thuraton when she reached it, yesterday." "And that someone," I felt called upon to say, "could have been one of five. It could have been Morris, Strickland, Stall, or the vicar. But it could also have been a someone of whose presence in the house we arc i aware." "Or someone of whose existence we arc unaware," put in Sam Williams. "That is, always presuming that Enid and Fellowcs have not invented that person altogether," suggested M. Picon. "Wo have only Enid's and her lover's word that he was there." "Yes, we don't seem to be get- ting very much farther, do we?"', smiled Lord Simon. Who knows?" returned M.i Picon. "A little light here, a lit-, tie light there, and soon, voila! the' sun is up and all is day." * It will be, too," grumbled Ser( geant Beef, "if you don't get onj with it." 'Bien, bicn, my friend Bocuf., But remember the English proverb, the more you haste, tho less, you speed, Is it not? We come' now to the young Strickland." I was learning something about) the effect of a crime on people,^ which I bad never fully rcalizcdt from merely reading about mur-' dcr. It was the quite unexpected; effect which suspicion, cross-.' examination, and the presence of( skilled detectives had on every-' one concerned. These things had[ already broken down the -prepos-j terously theatrical manner oft Stall, the butler, hod made Fel- lowcs, usually a cheerful young; man, growl monosyllables in a! threatening sort of way, and{ shown Enid as a girl of some* character who could tell a »tory,f or at least her own story, very' welL But I was still not prepared fori tho changes in my fellow guests,! least of all those in David Strick-i land. He had always seemed toj me one of the few Englishmen to; whom that expressive American-) ism *'hard-boilcd" might justly bo t applied. Even his appearance--. bull neck, cheeks tanned and' mapped with the red veins that' 1 aro the bloom of alcohol, cyea) hard and humorous--argued that) he would be invulnerable to thisi sort of thing. I ha4 expected toj find him terse and rather gruCf,( perhaps, but able to answer any! questions that were put to him' quite satisfactorily. Yet when ho came into the; room, I, who knew him well, waa» certain that ho was actually feeling nervous. He nodded uncomfortably to the investigators and- hurriedly lit a cigarct. Whether or not he had any connection with the crime, he had something- to hide. I was sure of that. (To Bo Continued) Real Estate for Sale Houses for Salo 84 A REAL BUYl BLACKSTONE ROAD. 7J6-718 WEST SIDE--Twelve room double houso with bath and heater, all modern. This property must be sold at once to §ctUc estate Immediate possession. Price reduced to $1.5X. PAUL WAGONER 1000 W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE, 148 FOR SALE--Nice ftvc room house on paved street. Price reduced. Sec Robert Korrlx. Phone 505. FOR SALE--308 Walnut Avenue, Scott- dnle. eight room hout-c, .ill convenience*. Inquire at above address. Lots For Sale 85 Houses (or Sale 84 SEE THIS PROPERTY I SYCAMORE STREET--Six room frame home, basement, vapor steam heat, all conveniences. Two car garace. Can arrange suitable terms WM. P. McNULTY EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1760. FOR QUICK CLOSING UP--Of the estate of Josephine Rcndinc, will sell one property located at 217-219 Carnegie Avenue, and another property located at 218-220 Market Street. Conncllsvillc. See F. E Younkln. Attorney, or R V. Kvndinc. Executor. Title Trust Bldg, FOU SALE--Six room house, bath and furnace. Hardwood floors, garage. House in good repair. 53,000. Robert Norris, Phone 505. IN WRITING n Classified Ad be sure to tell all the facts which you would want to know if you yourself uero a prospective buyer WHEN YOU SHOP through the Classified Section you buy from choice not from Dcrsuar-lon ECONOMY OK 1IME, money and effort results from Classified reading. SEVERAL NICE BUILDING LOTS! FOR SALE--At Poplar Grove. 60x140 ft. City water and gas, telephone service. near Street Cnr line and highway. If you arc Interested In cood building lots at real Bargain Prices, see C. S McCormlck, Poplar Grove, Phone. Con- ncllsville, 120-i-J. or write Post Office Box 144. Conncllsvillc. Pa. Auctions--Legais Auctions-- Legals Legal Notices. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. THE ESTATE OF RAYMOND R. Ringer, Intc of South Conncllsville, Fay. cttc County. Pa . deceased. Letters of AdminKlration 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 del iy, and all persons having claims or demands against said estate arc requested to make known the same. W. S. ITJngcr, Administrator, South Connellsville. Pa. Hlgbce, Lcv.clln Higbce, Attorneys. 7fcb-6l-mon, ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE. C W. Martin. Attorney. THE ESTATE OK HARRIET MURPHY, late of Franklin Township, Faycttc County, Pa, deceased. Lettei s of Administration in the above estate having been granted to the undersigned, notice Is hereby given to all persons inedbtctl o the said decedent to make payment to the undersigned with* out delay, and all persons having claims or demands against said estate arc requested lo mal.c known the same. Phoebe M. Brock, Administratrix, Smock. Pa. 14fcb-Gt-mon Legal Notices. 31 RxncuToirs NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Letters Testamentary on the Estate of Mnry Morris, deceased, late o£ South Connellsville, Faj ettc County. Pcnna . have been granted to the undersigned, to uhom all person:, Jndtbtcd (o Mid esf.ite arc requested to make immediate payment and those having claims against same, will make them known without delay. Harry Morris, Executor, Rcldmore Road, South Conncllsvillc, Pa. 21feb-Gt-mon. A-No 1 SERVICE li v.hat you get Irom Classified Ads When you have a special need to nil. phone us the pirticulars and details You can get an ad-taker at 12 or 13. THE CLASSIFIED SECTION Offers A complete catalogue of tho wants and offers of tho people of ConncllsvUlo and vicinity REMEMBER. The more you My. th« IN A PINCH use a Claswficd AcL NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS Of Loucr Tyrone Township, Fsj'ettc County, I*.!. THE PROPOSED ANNUAL BUDGET of Lower Trone Township for the year 19:ifl as required by Legislative Act No. 'Mb, approved June 5, 1937. Is now in the hands of the Secretary. Any taxpayer Interested may sec same at the home of Joel KclTcr, Secretary, R. D. 1, Dauson. P.i. Board of Lower Tyrone Township Supervisor-!, - Gco Newell. Chairman. feb-21-22. DID YOU LOSE your purse or card case? Let us run a Lost and Found ad for you. Just phone, 12 or 13 for on ad- taker. WHENEVER you have a real need to nil the Classilled Section will help you to fill It quickly, as easily and inexpensively AN AD A DAY keeps hard times away. Let us explain our yearly Classilled rote. SPEND HALF as much for twice as much oy shopping through tho ClaBiJ* tied Ado. You tell us and we'll tell th« worldi Yearly rates upon request. CLASSIFIED ADS arc messcnficrs of PATRONIZE tho-o who mdvcrtisol Q I. O. Hepburn Alnrlon Hepburn, sister of Katharine Hepburn, tho film and stajri itnr, in shown distributing hand)]].! nmiounclng' n C. I. 0. meeting n Washington. D. C, A policeman trdurod her to Mop but did not, arrvat her. ("Cf «(r«: Fress) THE CLOSKH ou stlcX to clawtHN ads the closer your numry will stick U jou and tho faitner It will SO when yov spend U YOUK MONEY HEk'UNUiU U ou get the dcMred rvwiU* pt-toro your ad ex. plrct. \S'liy not uttvuttuo that e,'Etr« drtsscr? A CLA.SSIKJKU AD can Und ttio rlfihi kind of u Job feu 1 the ri£hi Kind o£ man or woman AS LONG At» you tui^c the Section. ou needn't wait long to obtain an thine ou net d--it is easy to ccl. PATRONIZE UIMO who

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