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PACK SIX. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1038. Courier Cllassified Advertisements For Quick Results -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. \ 1 and 2 Times:' r=i Ads to Bo Run 3 Times: Per line, 9c cash; lOc charge. =* Per line, 7c cash; 8c charge. These Rates Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. There are five (5) average words to each line. 'Cards of Thank's," 50c Flat Rate._ Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker. Spec£0/-YouTAd Inserted V Times for the Price of Sixl-Spea'a/ No Ad. Is Taken For Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Ads to (be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c cash; 7c charge. Announcements Flowers and Mounimc Goods 4 BASKETS Ct SPRAYS AT REASONABLE PRICESI P. R. DcMUTH SONS C*Vn,IX--59 SCOTTDALE--83* Funeral Directors --SIEEL FUNERAL HOME-"The 1-ast Word In Funeral Service." CALL. CONNELLSVTLLE 150. Personals MAN!--Get vigor at oncel New Ostrcx Tome Tablets contain raw oyster in- vlgorators and other stimulants. One dose peps up orsans. elands, blood Rcsular price 51. Special price 80c. Call, write Union Drue Co. Automotive Automobiles for Salo 11 Strayed. Lost, Found 10 STRAYED--Tan und white collie dog. License No. 3887. Reward. Phone J86-W.- " FOUND--Female rabbit hound. Owner can have same by IdentilyinK and paying for ad. David Calhoun. Coalbrook. Pa LOST--Fox hound, red and svhltc. with Westmoreland County license No 11C32. Reward. Glen Lane. R. F. D. Vanderbilt. Pa. Automotive BARGAIN DAY --SPECIALS- IK EXCELLENT USED CARS. See These Cars Today 1 1930 Hudson Deluxe Coupe equipped with Radio. A real buy at . 569 50 1935 Terraplanc Deluxe Sedan, a bargain . $325 (Both of these automobiles will be sold with a 90 Day Guarantee ) 1034 Plymouih Deluxe Sedan equipped \t Ith Radio ... S325 D33 Plymouth Deluxe Sedan, cood shape . S105 033 Chevrolet Master Coach . $219 50 031 Ford Coach in excellent condition . $139 929 Ford Sedan, for only " SC9.50 FREE LICENSE AND TITLE ARE INCLUDED IN THF. PRICE OF T1!E ABOVE NAMED CARS. Many Other* Priced From J25 and up. You Name The Tcrmi.1 E. E. VAN SCOY. INC. HUDSON AND TERRAPLANE SALES SERVICE 259 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PJIONE S4J. Business Service Business Service Offered CALL FISIIEIi--FOK AWNINGS. . FURNITURE REPAIRING . . UPHOLSTERING. QUALITY WORK. PHONE 9645. $1 OILS--And makes minor adjustments on any sewing machine in your home. Parts extra. Phono 890. Troutman's. Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 Automobiles for Sole 11 REAL BARGAIN VALUESl'l SEE THESE CARS COMPARE THESE PRICESI All these unusual bargains havo been reconditioned and ready to Co See them . . . drive them. They are all priced for quick sales, so stop in today. Pick. Yours Out 1 1928 Chevrolet Coach S 40 1932 Ford Deluxe 4-door Sedan J125 1933 Plymouth Coupe 5225 1935 Ford V-8 Coupe S295 3934 Ford Deluxe V-3 Tudor Sedan $250 1931 Ford H-ton Panel Truck $ 95 ALSO-WE HAVE ON HAND. EXCELLENT BUYS IN LATE MODEL "K G" USED CARS THAT ARE NOW ON DISPLAY ON OUR USED CAR LOT AND ON THE SECOND FLOOR OF OUR GARAGE. Low Down Payments' Low Monthly Payments! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED FORD AND LINCOLN DEALERS. WEST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 401 Open Evenings' Open Sundays SEE THEM TODAY! O -K. USED CARS INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREET OR ON OUR USED CAH LOT WEST CRAWFORD AVE. NEXT TO THE STATE LIQUOR STORE MASON MOTOR COMPANY 121 WEST APPLE STREET PHONE 105. Open E\cnlngs 'till 0 o'clock. Open Sundays 'till 6 o'clock LATE MODEL USED CARS! HETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO. SCOTTDALE. PENNA. PHONE 407, LARGE SELECTION USED CARS EENNETT MOTOR SALES 256 E. CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 1234 FINE LATE MODEL USED CARS E. E. VAN SCOY. INC. 25D E. CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 243 Auto Trucks, Tractors, Trailers 12 FOR SALE--1923 Llcht Ford pick-up truck. All new tires. House 6!t, Lciscnring No. 1. INSURANCE ALL KINDS EXCEPT LIFE FAYETTE REALTY CO. PHONE 1373.. T. D. GARDNER. MGR. RELIABLE INSURANCE -- AH kinds. James. R. Laughlln--INSURANCE. Sec me for rates. 309 First National Bank Building. Phone 520. Moving, Trucking, Storage 25 EVERY LOAD INSURED 1 ong distance and local moving. Modern fetorrifie for household Roods. We do crating for shipment by rail. Dull'a Transfer Storage. Phono 50. 322 Peach street. Printing, Engravlnc, Blndinr 27 E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUR PRINTING WORKI Letter Heads!--BUI Headsl For Rent Cards!--For Sale Cards! Collins Cardsl-IIanrt Bills!--Blndinjl No Trespassing Signs For Salol AH Work Guaranteed I At Reasonable. Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 63. COURIER BLDC, 'OR PHONE RESIDENCE. »1. . Professional Services 28 Merchandise Farm and Dairy Products 55 MR. FARMER HERE'S MONEY IN YOUR POCKET! 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 implements, and household goods? You will find many people who want to buy the many things you have for snlcl The Dally Courier has a large rural circulation which makes It the popular choice among the fanners and assures you that your message will reach tho people who aro In tho market for your products. You Will Find: Our rates In th« above Classified heading. All Classified Ads ar« payable tn Fuel, Feed, Fertilizer! IF YOU HAVE A STOKER--Try K load ot our specially prepared stoker coa" Stone It Work. Phono 1700. LEO BRUC COPYRIGHT 't LEO BRUCE, KEUU3ZD BY tXrmjJ. PRESS BEST QUALITY -- 9-Ft. coking coal, moderately priced. Immediate delivery. Gerald Schomer. Phone 1991. CUSTOM COAL--lOc. lie and 13c delivered. George W. Kern. Connellsvule. Phone 4121-R-1L COAL--Good black lumpy run of mine. lOc bushel delivered. Cash Koballa Bros Phone 2037. GENUINE WASHINGTON RUN COAL-Wm. Dull and Son. Phone ConnclJsville 107: Dawson 3261 or 3631. Ilouchold Goods 59 STORE WIDF. REDUCTIONS ON ALL FURNITURE. RUGS AND STOVES. COME: INI SEE' AND SAVEI LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES MEKVIS FURNITURE COMPANY CORRECT FITTING TRUSSES -- Elastic I NOI1TH PITTSBURG ST PHONE 2020 Hosiery and other -urclc.il ippllances . YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE! A. A. Clarke. PH G. Druggist. 323 North PJttiburc street, Pllone 194. Repairing and Rcfinlshini: 29 UPHOLSTERING--Repairs, factory methods A\vnlm:s blip covers. Latest fabric. Rudolph's. 131 E. Falrvicw Ave. Phone 1S17-J. Autos, Accessories, Tires, Parts 13 Employment Help Wanted--Female WRITE FOR 15 PKGS. -- Perfumed SUrch. Sells lOc pks. Profit iOc Anou Product*. 'lending. Pa ALL CAR CHAINS U OFFI ALL CAR HEATERS _ ,i OFFI STORAGE BATTERY (EXCII.) . . 1339 MOTOR OIL. 2 GALLONS 79c ALCOHOL. PER GALLON . S9c FOG LIGHTS . . . PER PAIR. J4 15 ! KAWLEIGII'S FAMOUS--Kvcrj day House- FOR SALE1 -- FOR SALE! BARGAINS--In all kinds of used furnl ttire Including washing machines. Also Hat top desks, adding machines and Opcwritcrs DULL'S STORAGE 122 EAST PEACH STREET. PHONE. 50. Musical Merchandise 63 Help Wanted--Male 33 B BATTERIES Me MIDGET RADIOS $1255 UP LOWEST PRICES. AUTO PARTS. TIRES, RADIO TUBr.S He ACCESSORIES. GOLDE TIRE «t RADIO COMPANY. 120 E. CRAWFORD AVE PHONE JO. AS LONG AS you have the Classified Section, you needn't wait long to obtain anything you need--It Is easy to cet. PATRONIZE thoko who advertise! A CLASSIFIED AD can find the ricm. kind of a job for the right kind of man or s^oman. CLASSIFIED thrift. ADS are messengers of TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 27 J° TZ J2 25 ia 03 - ACROSS 1--Famous 23--An explosive placed under water 24--Turn about 25--Dull , . . noun -28--A curse 29--Greek letter 30--Gives vent to laughter 33--A wild hog 35--Girl's name 36--Possesses 37--Period of the earth's revolution around the sun 38--Most timid -- musical Composer 6--Close-fitting cap lOSAiuexcur- ~sion 11--Drive 12--Worthless leavings 13--Distinguished Flemish painter JS-- Plural of I 16--Send out 18-- Esher 19--Cozy 20-- Long-eared rodent 22--Wander DOWN 17--Silent 19--Fifth note of -the scale 20--Chest of drawers standing on high .legs 21--Some 22--Turn on an axis 23--Witty say- Ing 24--American poet 25--BlocKs for shaping shoes 26--Explode 28--Cry of pam 29--Equips with men 31--Genus of Iguanid lizards 32--Kind ot nsh 34--Be under obligation to pay Answer to previous puzzle 1--Author of , "Uncle Tom's Cabin" 2--Ripped 3--A sunken wagon track 4--Place for keeping ATOH S--TWIK «--Whelo. 7-Swedish coin S--Pass without notice 8--Band drawn horizontal across an escutcheon H--Lowest note of Guide's »cale A tJ S C. O T /·J m hold ntct.'itics In (ncrcaiing dcrn.inrt. Sales ^\av up thl 1 sear. Cash in on * v ' 4 i opportunity supplying consumers No matter uhat ou hase done in the past lure K your cn.inLt-. Should irtart eaminc *siO urckls. Inert--si- rvry month IUv.lcli.jliX Dept. PNB-10J-E. Chostrr. Pa. Financial Opportunities 38 RESTAURANT l-OH SALE -- Fully equipped Jlecr license. Rcnl \cry reasonable. Box CSC, IVrryopoIis, r*a 4»-B FOH SALE--Pjano and bench. In Kood condition 5OR East P.ittrrson Avenue. Wanted--To Kuj 66 Need Moncr SHORT OF CASH In This Short Month? Jct a Personal Loan here Only ONK UiInK needed -- the ability lo rrp.ty .small, rccular 4moun!x on an loan p!.in you select. Come in NOW I LOANS up lo »00--ALL PLANS PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY Over McCrorj's Storo Phone 34. WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE CASH IS U-HAT WE PAY-- BlUNG IN ALL YOUR LARGE CLEAN WHITE RAGS TO THE DAILY COURIER OFFICE TO- DAY AND WE WILL PAY YOU -5c" PEH POUND WHY NOT LOOK AROUND AND MAKE YOUr.bCLI SOME SPENDING MONEY;?? Livestock Horses, Cattle, Other Stock 48 FOB SALB--Ten uck old pics Jno. Wascak. Dunbar Ho.iti nc.ir btonc Arch Bridge at Lcis-cnr'HK No. 1 FOR SALh--Team of hor'rs and harness. Good lAoiker;. Chinn s Hardware, Conntllsvdle Merchandise Articles for Sale SI FOU SALE--Sate. MxMJxSS. You can »ct c u r combination ?3000 delivered J'honc 444. KOIt SAL1V-J f.is broodi I and 1 coal brooder. In new condition. Write H.irry stone, Pcrrjopolls. p.i. Rooms and Board Room* Without Hoard GS CHAPTER 29 "LET'S SEE," sold Lord Simon to tho vicar, "you say you walked homo through tho orchard. That'! nt this end ot the bouse. Isn't It I Not overlooked by nny ot tho windows ?" -That's right," Mr. Rider ro- plicd. "There Is a footpath across It which leads ntralght Into tnc garden of tho vicarage." "And you took that path?" -Yes." "And went home?" I thought that no question which had been nrked this evening produced quite, auch an expectant hush aa this one. The vicar's fingers twined and untwined, and his eyes had fallen. When his answer came. It was scarcely audible. "No," he said. "Tou didn't? Then where, did you go?" "Nowhere. I stayed In tho orchard." "Picking fruit, perhaps?" "No. No. 5fou must not mla understand me. I stayed In that orchard In agony of mind. I paced up and down, up and down in torment." "I wonder whatever wna the matter? Sat on an ants' nest, or j'omcthlng?" "Lord Simon, this is no Joking matter. I was in great distress When I told you just now thai Mrs. Thurston and I had discussed parish matters, It was only half the truth. Wo had also spoken of the chauffeur. Mrs. Thurston had admitted that she was fom of him. It was true, she claimed that her affection was that of mother /or her aon. But I knew --I felt that It was otherwise. 1 "Han! bally well salt," com mcntcd Lord Simon. "So tha made you march up and down the orchard for . . . how long?" "I was in the orchard when I beard those h e a r t-r e n d 1 n j ·creams.'* "Oh, yon were. Too must nave dona nbout half nn hour*** pacin about." "I suppose so. I lost all eoun ot time. And then--I couldn' make up my mind what Z ahou) do. It was some minutes, I be lieve, before I gathered courage to return to the bouse. But a last I did so. I went to the open front door, nnd rang the bell. Tin door was opened by Stall. I asket him what those sounds had been and he said, 'Mrs. Thurston up in her room. She's been mur dercd, sir.' I nt once nsked fo Dr. Thurston, feeling my plac WHS at his side. Stall left m alone to find him, as ho hod t return to the maid, who had hoc on nttnck of hysterics. So I hur ried up to the bedroom, and foun tho pitiful, terrible corpse of thn poor woman. I did what I coul --I knelt beside her and prayed It was thus you found me." As be nni.ibcd Mr. Rider did very embarrassing thing. H buried his face in his bands, nn began violently to weep. W could hear the sound quite plalnl In that silent room. And again-I trust my Intuitions--I did no believe that It was for Mnxj Thurston tlwit he was weeping. Mgr. Smith'3 voice Interrupted him. "Where did you work bcfor you came here, Mr. Kldcr?" b asked. Kvldcntly, I thought, ho wisho to relievo the poor man by pc suading Mm to talk ot himself 1 a more non-committal way. Thcr could be no other explanation a question so entirely irrelevan "I wua a curuto m L,oncon arish." "And you come straight to tbla lingo from that work?" "No, I had a ... nervous break- own. The work In London ... I oo on Invalid for u time." "Would you mind telling us the nature of your Illness?" The vicar gaped blankly at him. It ... It was nothing very scrt- us. I was subject to certain de- usions. Aa a matter of fact"-o made tho announcement very olcmnly--"I t h o u g h t I was :uccn Victoria. For several months I spoke exclusively In the rat person plural and had an un- ortunato habit of draping a scarf bout my head in tho form of a widow's coiflc. But that la all vcr, I am glad to say. I recov- rcd completely seven years ago, ind have never been revisited by tho malady." Certainly, It we were wotting merely for the unexpected, Mr. ildcr was no disappointment. It hod needed a man with the Insight and imagination of Mgr. Smith, lowcvcr, to discover that he had something more than ecccn- rtc, though as I looked at him now, with his white checks tcar- talncd and his eyes glazed by a ook of absence, I knew that I ought to have guessed it long ago. M. Ficon, who bad seemed at a oss during the vicar's more crlcal moments, now returned to the practical issue. "Since you were in tho orchard, m'sica." he said politely, "you saw no window of the house?" "No." "Not nt all? During all the tliae that you were out there?" "No." "You could not say whether nny window In the front of the house was illuminated?" "No." I wished that M. Picon woolc [cave him alone. I was sure that tho poor fellow was again going to break Into those embarrassing sobs. "Where preciscment stood you when you heard the scream?" I was right. Instead of answering, the vicar once moro covered his face. "Oh leave me alone see the cxpcctco: arrest oexorc ·?» went to bed. They at least had seemed to know where their questions were leading them, and although I bad no Inkling I had put this down, conventionally enough, to my own inexperience and obtuseness. "But . . . don*t you know who is tho murderer?" I asked Lord Simon rather blankly. "Instead of tcllln' you what I* mow,' ho returned, "let mo ro- ilnd you ot a few of tho thing* don't know. I don't know who Ir. Sidnej Scwell may be. Ii on't know who hi Mrs. Thurston'* tcpson. or U tho two aro the iome person . . ." "Nor," I interrupted sarcastically, "do you know whether her rst husband liked his eggs scrom- led or boiled, nor who his great- grandmother may have been. But · colly, Pllmsoll. tf you've solved this thing, I think you might tcU 3." Lord Simon gave me a longsuffering look. "Don't get agl- atcd, old boy. I'm doln' my best, lon't you know." 'Do you know how rt va» lone?" "I've got some sort of on inl». lin'." "And do you know who did it?" "I've got my suspicions, as policemen say." "Then why can't you tell us?" broke In Sam Williams. "This atmosphere of suspicion is most un- leasant." "It's just a bit of the old professional vanity stuff. I want to- complete my case, and all that- Seriously, it isn't complete yet* Not by a long chalk. Suspicion's no good to anybody. What we aJS want is a cert. Let mo have to-i mori ow and I'll see what I can do. Yes, Buttcrfleld?" Lord Simon's man had comol Into tec room, and had been walt-j ing for his employer to finish! speaking. "'I think I have what you re-i quire, my lord," he said, andi handed over a somewhat grnbby' picco of paper. Lord Simon glanced at tt,i whldtlcd, and gave it to Picon. It) now," ho saJd. "I havo done wrong. But who hasn't? Which of you is guiltless? And th wrong I have done has nothing whatever to do with you. Noth ing whatever. There Is nothing moro I can tell you which wil help you to find the murderer. s leave me alone, .. ." He stood up rather unsteadily and mode for the door. I saw the investigators exchange unwillini glances. "I consider that man a Nosey Parker of a most unplcasan kind," commented Sam Williams when the door hod closed bcbln Mr. Rider. "But let me remind you," sol" Mgr. Smith, "that there have bcci Paxkcrs less sane and more sin istcr than the proverbial Nosey There was a Thomas Porker, whe was a lord chancellor of England and a pilferer, and a Mathcw Parker, who was an Archbishop o Canterbury, and n Protestant." "Exactly. Well, we've heard these ladies and gentlemen, an personally I'm for a spot of shuteye," said Lord Simon. I was astounded, and dlsap pointed at this announcement, bad never doubted, while th cross-examination had gone on but that the investigators woul nave completed their theory b the end of It. and that wo should was handed right round, and whcnj I bad It I recognized at once the, rather childish calligraphy oft Mary Thurston. My Dear One, (it read) / am sorry about yesrerb'ay. J must speak to you this rvo- ning *t the usual time. Von must not be angry with me. I would do anything in my powff to make you happy. You knov I love you. Don't let anything prevent this evening. Iff. T. "Prom the cbambrt ot Stall, of course?" said M. Picon. "Yes, sir." I was Infected by all tnis rr- aoning and drawing of cone sions. "But," I said, "If. Ma Thurston had already arranged with Fcllowes by means ot her rat-trap instructions, why should' she send this note ?" Lord Simon's reply was good- natured, but crushing. "In tho first place, how do you know that this note was addressed to Fet- lowcs? In the second place, what. makes you think it was sent last' night?" I glanced at the grubby pice* of. paper. "No. I suppose tt Inelder than that." Butterficld coughed. "I have, applied the usual tests, my lord,"' he said, "and I find that the ink is at least a month old." (To Bo Continued} Real Estate for Rent Houses for Rent FOR IIFXT--Fi\ e room hou»e and barn. 217 Carnegie A s i n u e $2500 per month, v-jtcr free. S e F E. Younkin, Atty. or n V Kcndifie. Executor, TlUe Kt Tiuit Hide 'OK RENT--Fl\e rooms. Dam. larcc porch ftiul jard. in Grcrnuood. Inquire 1*6 E F.iirMcw Ave. Real Estate for Sale Houses for Salo 84 FOH RKNT--Si \ room brick hou,sr. modvrn convenience^ PJiorie H37-K or 41W-H-11 123 hnyrtrr St, Real Estate for Sale Broken la Real Estato JOHNSTON AVK.NUE. 507-N'lcc size bedroom MJ liable (or t\s o per* on*, tudlci or Kontlemcn Kent reasonable. U*c of phone. Phone 332 FOR KE.VT-- Furnlj-hcti bedroom. Inquire 107 West Apple street. SOMETHING FOR NOTHING? NO--Hut tnorr for your Real Estate Dollar thin ou will c\er get again. BUY NOW I PETER R WEIMEH WEIMKR AHCADE Uooma for Honsckccplnc 6D NOKTH EIGHTH STUEKT. H2--Furnish- ed rooms In private homo, nil conveniences. Kent reasonable. TIJHEE NICKL.Y FUIINISHKD ROOMS-Kor llfihl housekeeping Private baUi, private entrance. 316 Qtfdcn sUcU. PROPERTIES FOR SALE OR RENT! T. C PHAUN. SO. CONNKU-SVILLE. PA. PHONE 375. Farms and Land for Salo 83 FOR RENT--Two furnished rooms for Hx'ht hotiMkcepinc. J219 Vine ztrcct. Real Estate for Rent Apartments und Hats 71 AHCH S'fKKKT. SO--four room .tpart- incnt. hiMt and hnt wnter furnb-tud All modern conveniences Ucnt rt.ison- ablc. A C. HcruJck Phono 52G. and Evclmnffc 51-A FOR SAIX OR TRADE--Itcmnlnlni; slock of KiKlH't's Hardware Store- Counter Scale, \V.irthovisi, Floor Scale, New Fountain Double Acting W.iter Pump; New Century Ekctrlc 2 II P. Motor: '.s-ton Clnln Block: Also many other items. W,mtcd. used Oliver 2 lionvc plow. Inqune, Quality Fruit Market or Phono 331 FOR RENT--Apartments. Inquire Smut/ Apartment Building, 715 Crawford Avenue. West Side COLONIAL, BUILDING--South Side. Five room apartment available March lit D Wcrthcimer, Sr, Phone 866. ; Materials K IF YOU AUE--I'atehlni; that small break m the kitchen wall or plastering every wall in the house. \\c can furnish your ni.cds Stono Work. Phone 1700. FOUR ROOM--Furnished npirtmcnt vrith bath, electric rcfrlijcrnlor, cirafic. Adults. 208 West Washlnfiton Avenue. SIX ROOM~APAin MKNT--rurnishLd. In downtown location. Available .it once. Apply Paramount Tehntre _ _. _. FOR. RENT--Two room furnished apart- meut. 502 East Crawford Avenue. Farm and Dairy Products 55 I Business Places Tor Rent 75 SOMERSET POTATOES, GRADED--§125 per ban No. 2 potitoes, 75c ncr ba« Apples, 50c por bushel. Phone 8G5-R. 413 E Washington Ave. SOMERSET POTATOFS -- $1 25 per bac. Homr Hcaul apples. 503 E Newtmcr Ase Phone 1826-n FOR 11ENT--Service station in business, district of city. MOO 00 cash rcquirtd Write Box 25, care Couriei FOR RENT--Storeroom in Smut? Bufld- int,*, 717 Crawford Avenue, W.st Side. ECONOMY OF TIME, money and effort results from Classiticd reading. YOUR MONEY REFUNDED II you get the dcs.ii rd reiults before your ad cx- plrri. Why not advertise that extra dros-cr? WESLEY SNYDER FARM FOR SALE-71 ncrts. 1 ml!e north of Normalvlllc El^lit room house, heater, bank barn, other outbuilding Some timber Inquire Harriet A. Snder. Normalvillc. Pa. for Sale SEE THIS PROPERTY! SYCAAIOKK STREE i'-- Six room frame houw. basement, vapor strain heat, nil conveniences Two car Karagc. Can arrange suitable terms WM. P McNULTY EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1760 FOR QUICK CLOSING UP--OC the estate of Josephine Rcndlre, will st-11 one property located at 217-219 Carnej;ic Avenue, and another property located at 218-220 Market Street, Connellsville. Soc F. E Younkin, Attorney, or R V. Rendinc, Executor, Title Trust Bl LET ME SHOW YOU THIS PROPERTY. TWELVE ROOM DOUBLE HOUSE--located on the West Side. Bath, heater, all modern. Owner la milling to sell his property very reasonable Immediate po^scbiion. Tcrms^can b* srranKed. Guy It nnd let the othor fellow pay. Inquire, PAUL WAGONER 1009 W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 148. FOR SALE--Nice five room TJOUSC on paved street. Price reduced. See Robert NorrH. Phone 505. FOR SALK--COS Walnut Avenue. Scottdale, elpht room haute, all conveniences. Inquire at nbovc address. FOR SALE--Six room house, bath and furnace. Hardwood floors, garage House In cood repair. $3,000. Hobcrt Norris. Phone 505, Lots For Salo 35 SEVERAL NICE BUILDING LOTS! FOR SALE--AC Poplar Grove. 00x140 ft. City water and nas. telephone service, near Street Ca/ Unc and highway. II you are interested In Rood building lots at real Bargain Prices, sec C. B McCormick, Poplar Grove. Phone. Con- ncllsville. 1204-J, or write Post Office Box 144. Connellsville. Pa. Upper Tyrone Case Records fo Be Sent To Superior Court Spocl.il to The Courier. UNIONTOWN, Feb. 24.--Superior Court issued a writ of ccriiorari to the court ol common picas in Fay- ctto county, returnable Monday, April 18, commanding that all original records be turned over in the case originating from the dismissal ol Mrs. Gertrude Sauer Swink as a professional employe of Upper Tyrone Township School District. Attorney W. Clark Martin, counsel for the discharge teacher, also received a letter from the Superior Court stating that, should he be in a hurry to bring the case before the higher court, permission would be granted him to file a petition that 'vould enable him to present his arguments in March in Harrisburg. "There's no rush on our side of. the | case," Martin commented. "Should j the Superior Court reverse the opinion of the local courts, however, the school board will then be forced to pay the substitute teacher for .her services and, at the same time, meet tho back salary for Mrs. Swink who was dismissed in December by the school directors." All original records in the case weic gotten together to be forwarded to the higher court. Auctions--Legals Notices. 01 FOR SALE--Kinht room house, 2 acres Krolind. otitbuildlnfi'., electric Chcnp tor quick «-.tlc Llojd Krocd, Route 2, Hoar Moore Memorial Church T1IK CLOSKK ou stick to clasxtllod ads the closer your money will stiCK to you nnd the farther It will Co when you spcnu it DID YOU LOSE jour purse or card C.T.C? Lei UT run n Loit .ind Kound Hd for o u Just Dhonc, 12 or 13 for an ad- ADMINISTRATRIX* NOTICE. ESTATE OF ELLEN SCHROCK, LATE of Dunbnr Township, taycttc County, Pa.. deceased. Letters ot Administration In the above estate having been granted to the undersigned, notice is hereby given to nil persons Indebted to the said decedent to make p.-]ment to the underslsneo without delay, and all persons having claims or demands nnainst said estate are re- qULstc-d to make known the same. Delia Schrock. Administratrix, R D. No. 1. Conncllivllle, Pa. Fred K Younkin. Attorney. ntcb-Ot-thurs. CLASSIFIED purchasers arc not re- Krottcd bccaues they are only made i,hcn the bucr needs to bu« nnd tho teller needs to sell | IN A PINCH uao a CljaJllcd Ad. WHENEVER, jou have a real need to fill tiie Classified Section will help you to nil It quickly as easily and In expensively PATRONIZE OIOM who »dvcm«e. Mrs,. McNulty's Funeral. The funeral .service for Mrs. Mar- gaiet Connell McNulty of Jerome was held Wednesday morning with icquiem high mai.i at the Jerome Catholic Chu-oh followed by interment in St. Jerome's Cemetery at Chaileroi Pallbearers were John Barron, R. M. Crawford, Richard Smith, William Smith, Edward Ryan and A B. Crock. Among those attending the service from Connellsville nnd vicinity were William P. McNulty, Mrs. Anna Herron and daughter, Marion, Mis. Hugh Browning and Mr. and Mrs. James Huane. Snydcr to Talk on Defense. Congressman J. Buell Snyder ot Perryopolis, chairman of the House Committee on Appropriations for army and national defense, will be hejia over a nation-wide NBC rad'o nioiidctist on the subject ot "Our National Defence Installations," Friday evening at 7:15 o'clock, EST.

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