PAGE SIX. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVTLLE, PA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 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. Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c cash; 7o charge. S AQS 10 as K.UH a limes: r=i Per line. 7c cash; So charge. L -' " - Â· Â·""-"Â·-' -These Rates'Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. Â·""' "" 17 , _-.' "There are five (5) average words to each line. "Cards of Tfiqnks?^50c Flat Rate. Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker. -jtSr. Ad Inserted "7" Times for the Price ofSixi-Spea'a/ ' No"Ad. Is Taken For Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! L.EO BRUCE OPYRIGHT BV LEO BRUCE. RLLEASTP By CENTRAL ASSOCIATION Announcements Card of Thanks MARTIN--We wish to expreii-'our 'sincere gratitude lo our many. fritnds Â»nd neighbors lor their many cxprcb- slons of sympathy and- kindness extended us' during, our recent sad bereavement, the death* of our husband and lather. Casslc .MartinTT We sincerely thank tU04C_whp sent flowers, those Â·who so-kindly furnlihed cars and aU who In any way contributed to us their sympathy tnd comfort,- MrsV Mary Martin. .Hobart Martin and Family. Flowers add Mourning Goods BASKETS- SPRAYS AT REASONABLE PRICES t P. H. DeMUTll SONS C-VHiE--M SCOTTDALB--834 . Funeral Directors --SIBEL FUNERAL HOME-"The Last Word In Funeral Service." CALL. CONNELLSV1LLE 150. Strayed. Lost. Found 10 STRAYED--Tan and white collie dog. License No. 3S87. Reward. Phone 186-W. FOUND--Female rabbit hound. Owner can have vame by identifying and paying for ad. David Calhoun, Coalbrook, Automotive - Automobiles for Sale 11 - REAL. BARGAIN VALUES1!1 SEE THESE - " CARS COMPARE THESE Â· PRICES! Automotive Autos. Accessories. Tires, Parts 13 LOST--Fox hound, red and white, with Westmoreland County license ' No. 13632. Rcv.ard.. Glen Lane, R. F. D. Vanderbilt. Pa. STRAYED--To my property, broxvn. black and white hound pup. Jesse | WEST CRAWFORD AVE. Goodman. Lciscnrfng No. 1. NOTE-All -these unusual bargain* have been reconditioned and ready to Ko. See them . . . drive them. They, are nil priced .for quick sales, so stop In today.' Pick Yours Out! 1928 Chevrolet Coach $ 40 1P32 Ford Deluxe 4-door Sedan . $125 1933 Plymouth Coupe .* .. $225 1935 Ford V-B Coupe . $201 1934 Ford Deluxe V-3 Tudor Sedan 5250 IWI Ford %-ton Panel Truck . 5 95 ALSO-WE HAVE. ON HAND. EXCEL. LE.VT BUYS IN LATE MODEL. "R 4 G" USED CARS THAT ARE NOW ON DISPLAY ON OUR USED CAR LOT AND ON THE SECOND FLOOR OF OUR GARAGE. Low Down Payment.', 1 Low Monthly Payments! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED FORD AND LINCOLN DEALERS. PHONE 407. ALL CAR CHAINS --_ 41 OFF1 ALL CAR HEATERS . '.. U OFF1 STORAGE BATTERY (EXCH.) .... S3.39 MOTOR OIL, 2 GALLONS .. .... TOO ALCOHOL. PER GALLON 59c FOG LIGHTS . . PER PAIR. M.75 B BATTERIES . 08c MIDCF.T RADIOS . . $1203 UP LOWEST PRICES. AUTO PARTS. TIRES. RADIO TUBES t ACCESSORIES. COLDE TIRE S: RADIO COMPANY. 120 E. CRAWFORD AVK PHONE 10. Business Service Business Service Offered IS CALL FISHER--FOR AWNINGS. . FURNITURE REPAIRING . . UPHOLSTERING. QUALITY WORK, PHONE 9t45. $1 OILS--And makes minor adjustments on any mowing machine in our home, Ports cx(ra. Phone 890. Troutman'5. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 SEE THEM TOD AY 1 ' O.-K. USED CARS INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREET OR ON OUR USED CAR LOT WEST CRAWFORD AVE. NEXT TO T1IE STATE LIQUOR STORE MASON MpTOR COMPANY 127 WEST APPLE STREET PHONE 105. Open Evcntncs 'till 9 o'clock. Open Sundays 'till 6 o'clock. Open Evenings! Open Sundays! LATE MODEL USED CARSI HETZEL-YOUNG MOTOK CO. SCOTTDALE. PENNA. PHONE 407 UVBGE SELECTION USED CABS BENNETT MOTOR SALES' J5S E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234 j Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE AI.l. KINDS EXCEPT LIFE FAYETTT. REALTY CO. PHONE 1375.. T D. GARDNER. MGR. RELIABLE INSURANCE -- All kind J-imci R. LauBhlln-INSURANCE. See me for ratrs. 309 First National Bank Buildtrg. Phone 520. Merchandise Farm and Dairy Products 55 MR, FARMER HEBE'S MONEY IN YOUR POCKET1 Why not run a small Inexpensive Classlflcd Ad In our Classified Section which wilt find a market for your farm products, your live stock, your faim mplcmcnts, and household coods? You will nnd many people who want to buy the many tilings you have for talel The Dally Courier has Â· larÂ£o rural circulation which makes it the popular choice among the farmers and assures you that your message will reach the people who are in the market for your products. You Will Find: Our rates In the above Classified heading. All Classified Ads are payable In advance! Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers CUSTOM COAL--lOc. lie and 13c delivered George W. Kern. ConncllsvUlc. Phone 4131-R-IL Moving, Truckinc, Storage 25 IIVEtiV LOAD INSUREDI Lon,T dl'.tnncc and local moving. Modem itoracj for household noodv We do cratln,: for shipment by rail. Dull's Transfer Storage. Phone 50, 122 E, Peach street. FINE LATE MODEL USED CARS -E. E. VAN SCOY. INC. 253 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 2*3. Auto Trucks, Tractors, Trailers 12 JTOR SALE--1929 Light Ford pick-up truck. All new tlrej. House 69, Lelscnrlng No. I. WHENEVER you have a real need to AU tho Classified Section will help you to fill It quickly, as easily and Inexpensively. DID YOU LOSE your purse or card csc? Let us run a Lost and Found ad for you. Just phone, 12 or 13 for an ftd- taxcr. THE: CLOSER you stick to classified Â«ds the closer your money will BUCK to you and. tho farther It will go when you spcnu It. EXCELLENT TRANSPORTATION AT REAL LOW COST! EXTRA SPECIALS! 1935 Hudson C-cyUndcr Deluxe Touring Sedan. Thoroughly rccondltlonea and is In the very best of condition. This car will be cold with a 00-day guarantee for . $429.50 1333 Chevrolet Mailer Coach. Has good paint, good, rubber and Is In a clean condition throughout. Will bell ' for $193.50 Chrysler Sedan in good running order, good tires and paint. Drive It home for . MOJO FREE LICENSE AND TITLE ARE INCLUDED IN THE PRICE OF THE ABOVE NAMED CARSI Other Excellent Buys From S25 and up. The World's Easiest Tcrmsl E. E. VAN SCOY. INC . HUDSON AND TERRAPLANE SALES Â«t SERVICE 259 E CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE, 243. rrinUni:, Engravinc, BinOine Zt CLASSIFIED purchaser* ore not regretted bccaues they arc only made when the buyer needs to buv and tho seller needs lo sell. A CLASSIFIED AD can flnd the rlgh\ kind of a job for the right kind of man or woman. CLASSIFIED ADS arc messengers of thrllt. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 22. 31 ~ 23.. 35- Z4- - z\ 65 ACROSS , . .. 'Â· Â· , 20--Mother-of.. 1-A body of . pcar) Â«_Â« ?,!f ,,,, 21-Grcch island 6-A loose out- ,,, lhe A er garment an sca 6--Man's name 22--Greek letter 11--Pronoun 25--Intellects 13--Manufac- 29--Pertaining luring town to the nose in Nova 30--Follow Scotia 31--Either lu --First note, of 32--Tropical t!ie scale 15--FacHlons 17--Puns.^nt smcllli g vegetable 19--Small donkey disease 34--Exist 35--Glossy surfaced cotton fabrics 37--Gaudy 38--Prepared 12--Former Switzerland French com 24--Kind of tree 14--June-bug 26--Silly 16--Falls In 27--Confer drops knighthood 18--Images in upon the old Rus- 28--Shabby slan 33--Northeast churches (abbr 1 22--Nautical 35--Thus miles 36--South 23--River In America (abbr ) Answer to previous puzzle t--A ahcrt. - thick digit of tin hand Z--Bone 1 (anatj* !8--Aquatic animal . 'Â«--Indi virtu.: DOWN 5--Instrument for measur- j Ing time ft--Girl's name 7--Close to 8--Swedish . monetary unit 10--Pull E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUR PRINTING WORK! Letter Heads!--8111 Head)! 1'or Rent Cardil--For Sale Cardsl Calllns Cardsl-Hand Dlllsl-Hlndlnjl No Trcspasslns Signs For Salo! All Work Guaranteed I At Reasonable Ratcil COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. HONK 61. COURIER DLDO OR PHONE RESIDENCE. 91. COAL--Good black lumpy run of mine. lOc bushel delivered. Cash. Koballa Bros. Phone 2037. GENUINE WASHINGTON RUN COAL-Win. Dull and Son. Phone Conncllsville 107; Dawson 32G1 or 3631. Houclioltl Coods 59 STORE WIDE REDUCTIONS ON ALL FURNITURE. RUGS AND STOVF.S CO.ME IN! SEE! AND SAVEI LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES. MERVIS FURNITURE COMPANY NORTH PITTSBURG ST. PHONE 2020 YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE! FOR SALE! -- FOR SALEI BARGAINS-- In all kinds of used furniture Including xvashlnR machines. Also flftt top desks, adding machines and typewriters. DULL'S STORAGE 122 EAST PEACH STREET. PHONE, 50. Musical Merchandise Professional Services 28 IORRECT FITTING TRUSSES -- Elastic Hosiery and other surt;leal ippllanees A. A. Clarke. PUG. Drues'st. 333 North Pimburu street. Phone 1M. Kepairlne and neUnklunc 29 UPHOLSTERING--Repairs, factory .methods. A-wnlncs. slip covers. Latest fabrics. Rudolph's. 131 E. Falrrtew Avc. Phone 1817-3. Employment' Help Wanted--Female .DDRESS ENVELOPF.S HOME FOR US --Good pay. Experience unnecessary. Wonderful opportunity Everything supplied. Nationwide Distributors. 401 Broadway, N. Y VANTKD--Girl to care for hjnall child durlnc day. Inquire 135 \V, Crawford A v c , upstairs. Apartment 1. Financial Need Money 40-B SHORT OF CASH In This Short Month! Get a Pertonal Loan here. Only ONE thins needed 1 --the ability to repay small, regular amount* on any loan plan you select. Come In NOW! LOANS up to Â»300--ALL PLANS. PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY Over McCrory's Slore. Phono 34 WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE Livestock Horses, Cattle, Other Slock 48 'OH SALE--Piano nnd bench. In Kood condition. 08 East Patterson Avenue. Wanted--To Buy 66 IASn IS WHAT WE PAY- BRING 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 MAJCt YOURSELf SOMZ SPENDING MONEYJ7J Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board JOHNSTON AVENUE, 507--Nice size bedroom suitable for t w o persons, ladles or Rentlcmcn. Rent reasonable Use of phone. Phone 532 Konms for Housekeeping 69 NORTH EIGHTH STREET, 143--Furnish. cd rooms In private home, all conveniences Rent reasonable. FOR KENT--Two furnished rooms for HKht housekeeping. 1213 Vine street. Real Estate for Rent CHAPTER 31 WHEN MGR. SMITH bad gone up to bed, I faced Williams. I had sympathized deeply with him in his necessary defense of Mary Thuraton's good name. "Look here, old man," 1 said, "as between you and mc t have you got any mis- plclona?" ' ' Ho ahook his head. I saw now, (landing close to him, that he looked 111 and tired. "Once or twice it haa seemed to me that you and I and Thuroton ore tho only three who have kept sono through all this. They've all Bccmcd a bit hysterical tonight, haven't they?" "It was pretty grueling. I'm glnd we didn't have to go through it. But these detective fellows Â·ccm to bo pretty confident." "Oh, they'll get tho right man. oÂ£ course. They never fall." "No. Not If there Â« a right man." v "Wby, what on earth do you mean?" "Well, Townsend, I've told you before. I'm the last man to start tinkering with tho supernatural. But when reason ends, what ore you to do? With my own cyca I aaw Mary Thurston lying murdered on her bed. With my own eyes I searched tho room while you stood In the .doorway. I looked out of the window within 90 seconds of that last scream. And there was no one. I tell you, however you may laugh at me, I don't, I cannot believe that we're dealing with a human murderer. Or if we arc, he hits a means of moving which is as yet unknown to science." If Williams had said all this last night It might havo disturbed me more. But now I thought of liUlc Mgr. Smith. And I knew that what I colled In hla talk "mystic" ho would coll "matter-of-fact". And I knew, somehow, that superstition could not live In his presence, that whatever else he did he would dissolve the uncharacteristic non- scrusc that Williams was talking. "Come along," I sold, "let's get JKomc sleep." I spent a very bad night. Looking back on tho whole gruesome business, I think that the worst part of it was this period in which I, who was neither Investigator nor suspect, woa left in an unpleasant sUitc of doubt, not knowing whom to imspect- Unless one Is naturally malicious it 1.1 horrible to think of the people round one as potential murderers. I woke before dawn, and after tossing about miserably for some hours, I dressed, and got downstairs to find the fires only Just lit, and having that cheerless smoklncss which mokes even a position In front of them uncncour- aglng. But looking out of the long windows I ROW that it was a glorious morning--worm anc HUH, as though autumn hn: turned back regretfully for B day. I decided at once to wnlk down to tho hotel, and ace Lord Simon He. I felt, could put my mind at rest. He had admitted that he bad su.ipiclons, am] his suspicions I had reason to know, wore as good, as other people's certainties Stall was In tho hall, and salt good morning much na though this were a normal week-end, and I nn ordinary guest. I knew for certain that Stall was at any rate Â» blackmailer. If he wrts nothing worse, so that it need bo no mere suspicion in his case. T scarcely nodded in reply, and sajd that " should not be in to breakfast. It wan pleasant walking down tho familiar village street In tho clear morning air, nnd my spirits revived n little. This evening, a all cvcots, would put on end t our mistrust, and we would be nble to return to our normal lives. And In the meanwhile it was a lovely day. The man, Miles. %vas cleaning bras? at the door of the hotel. 1 asked him if Lord Simon) was up ' yet. I i "Oh yessir," he replied, with j none of the defiance that had been | in his voice last night. "His lordship has been up Home time. His i man has just come down to fetch his lordship's breakfast. You'll find him in the sitting room at the top of tho stairs." "Thank, you, Miles," I returned. Again, this unpleasant doubt as to how one should behave. I bod no wish to hobnob with a murderer, but the fellow was civil enough. Against a wildly Incongruous background, Lord Simon sat waiting for hla brcalifast. The room waa s crowded with a chilly miscellany of knick-knack!, nnd ornaments, gewgaws and trump- ry of every kind which had been opular towards the end of the nst century. L,ora Simon's head was a sober shape against an mormous cose of stuffed birds, lerchcd In a grotesque parody of laturalncss on Hchen-covcrcd ranchcs. Lace was festooned iver balzo along tho mantelpiece, which supported an overmantel Intricate as an Oriental bulld- ng. A 0rcscrccn painted with parish overgrown carnations had ccn laid aside, a woolly black rug was before the fire, and a lunch of pampas grass stood in a ilcd urn in one corner. The table had a green and tossclcd tablecloth on It, the furniture was of iloatcd mahogany, there were muslin curtains on great brass rings and foot-stools in unlikely places. "Come In--if you can bear it," said Lord Simon, when I hesitated 'or a moment. "You sec what ono has to suffer in the cause of Tuth ? Havo you ever seen anything tike it? It can't be true! he said, glancing about him. 'Had breakfast?" I explained that I hud not waited up at the Thuratons' house --I had been too anxious to *ce lira as soon as possible. 'Good. We'll breakfast together." And Buttorflcld, entering at that moment with a tray, was sent to get another breakfast. "I come to see you at this early bour, because I really hoped you might be able to tell me something. You know, It Is moat unpleasant suspecting everyone In the house, in turns. I scarcely slept last Bight" Lord Simon nodded, and hclpCE mo to kidney and bacon. "I know. Bally awkward. You're just going to ask someone to have a round of golf and you remember that he may be a murderer. Or someone suggests a harmless stroll and you find yourself won- dcrin 1 whether you'll ever come back from it." "That's just it," I said- "And since you understand so well, per haps you'll clear it all up for me Who do you think did kill Mary Thurston ?" Lord Simon looked pained, as indeed any famous investigator might, nt being faced with so fta a question, and since Buttcrflcld returned at this point with on other tray, ho become very busy in serving out more breakfast. "Ono thing about crime," be commented, "it gives you an appetite." And he concentrated on the kidneys. "But look ncrÂ» ..." I beg*o again. "Tell you what I have done, said Lord Simon cheerfully. TV found Sidney Sewcll." "You have? Where? At th Thurstons'7 Or somewhere else? "In the perfectly obvious refer ence book. Whore I ought t have looked In the first place," "Vou mean the London Telephone Directory? Or Who?" "No. No. In the Gazetteer," "In the Gazetteer? You mean . . . It's n place?" 'That's It. It's a village about, 0 miles from here. I'm golngj here presently. Like to come?"* But--I don't understand. If; t's not a person, but only thev ame of a village, what's the point n going?" 'Shouldn't ask too many quca- ions," cautioned Lord Simon. athcr archly. "It's not done ir* be best dctectlvo circles. But Ii lon't mind tcllin' you this much. think our visit would clear up another little matter that's trou- alln' me. This stepson. Elusiveii ort of bloke. I rather wont a word with him." "And you think . . ." "That's all 1 think for tho mo-j ment," said Lord Simon, lighting) his first cigar of tho day. 'Well, I'd certainly like to. come, if it will elucidate things any quicker." "That's right. And now . . ." he turned to a heap of papers bo- ildo him, "there's n sale at Hodg;on's today. I really ought to bev here. It's awkward, confusin* one's Interests." Ho found the catalogue lor which he was looking, and began o study it carefully. Then ho rang for Buttcrflcld. Look here, Buttcrfleld. Run. up to London, will you? One or wo lota wo might as well have. N o t h i n g terribly special--buti there's not much for you to do down here. I've put my limits against the books I shouldn't mlndi your buying. Hero you arc.| Tborc'a the original manuscript oft Chaucer's Pxrtcmcat of Foirles^ You can get that. Oh, and there's a Faust Bible--tho early edition, without a date, supposed to bo about 1450. Interesting story to. Jiat book, Townsend. It caused^ Jic wholo bag of tricks of tho .cgend about Dr. Faustus. All heii was, poor old oloke, was a ratheri snappy bookseller. He printed his Bibles, nipped 'cm across to Paris where nobody had heard of print- Ing, and sold them as manuscript Bibles at 60 crowns a time. This caused a strike among the Blbla scribes, who couldn't copy 'cm out for less than 300 crowns, poor devils. It was thought that Zr. Faust was in league with tho devil, because he could produce aa many as he could sell at this price. The red lettering was supposed to bo his blood. So they searched his rooms, and seized bis stock. Awkward, wasn't it? And all because he palmed 'cm off aa manuscripts. Anyway, here's copy of tho bally thing, Buttcrflcldv; which wo may as well have. BibJia Sacra Latina Vulgata. Then I see there's Caxton's CAron-; ids o( England, tho 1480 edition. Shouldn't mind that. They've goC a ShoVcspoarc first folio, too^ Mm--nice tall copy, 13% by 8 ] /4. so you may just as well bring 1C along. Not much of a sale, on tho whole, after some I've attcndcdJ Still, I think It's worth your whileV going up, Buttcrficld." Butterficld nodded g r a T o I y, "Very well, my lord," he said.' M Oh, and here aro the photograph* you required, my lord. I trust that they aro all satisfactory.' The one of Mr. Townsend is particularly clear, I think." "Of me?" I said incredulously. "A formality, old man." said Lord Simon soothingly. HÂ« took the large envelopes which Buttcrflcld handed to him and drew out a number of portraits. I saw, storing unsuspectingly up at me, first Fellowcs, then Miles, then Strickland, Norris, and finally an outrageously vulgar likeness of myself. (To Be Continued)' Real Estate for Sale Broken In Real Estate PltOPEIlTIES FOB SALE OR RENT! T. C. PHALIN. SO. CONKEIXSVILLE. PA. PHONE 075. Farms and Land for Sale 83 WESLEY SNYDEn FARM FOU SALE-71 acres, 1 mile north of Normalvlllo, ElKht room hou:o, heater, batik barn, other outbuildings. Somn timber. Inquire Harriet A. Snyder. Normalvilie, Pa. nooses for Salo 84 Apartments and Flats 74 ARCH STHEKT, SO.--lour room apartment, heat and hot water furnished. All modern convenience*. Rent reasonable. A. C. Hcnvlck. Phone 526. FOIt SALE--Ten week old p[K' Jno, \Va^c.ih, Dunbar Ttoad. near Stone Arch I3rld};e at LclscnrlnH No. 1. FOK SALE--Team oÂ£ horM.:, and harness. Good workers. Chlnn's Hardware, Conncllsvllle. Merchandise FOU KENT--Apartments. Inimro Smutz Apartment IHiUdint;, 715 Crawford Avenue, \V(.st Side. COLONIAL BUILDING--South Stde. Five room apartment maJl.ib!? Mnrch 1st. D. WcrUiuimcr. Sr. I'honc 886\ Articles for Sale FOUR ROOM--Furnished apartment with baih, electric refrigerator, para go. Adulti. 208 West WashinBton Avenue. FOR SAI.E--I K.IS brooder and 1 coal brooder, in new condition. Write Harry Stone, Pcrryopolis. Pa. SIX ROOM APAIITMK.NT--Furnished, in i downtown location Available at once. I Apply Paramount Tchatre, IJarter and Exchange 5I-A FOR SALE Oil TRADE--Remaining htock of Frlsbce's Hardwaic Store. Counter Scale; Warehouse rioor Scale; New Fountain Double Acttnj; W.itcr Pump, New Century Electric 2 II. P. Motor; %-ton Chain lllock; Also many other Uemb. Wanted, used Oliver 2 horse plo\\ Inquire. Qu.illty Fruit Market or Phone 3U1 THREE ROOM FURNISHED APART- MKNT-- Also hUH.iblc for 2 gentlemen. Call 287-W, 121G Chestnut St. LET MK SHOW YOU THIS PROPERTY. TWELVE ROOM DOUBLE HOUSE--Located on the West Side. Bath, heater, nil modern. Owner is willing to sell his property very reasonable. Immediate possession. Terms can be arranged Buy It and let the other fellow pay. Inquire, PAUL WAGONER 1009 W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 143. SHE THIS PROPERTY! SYCAMORE STREET--Six room frame house, b.ihcincnt, vapor steam heat, nil convenience^. Two car yaraC^- Can nrrancc suitable terms. WM. P. McNULTY EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE I7GO FOR RENT--TWO room furnished apartment. 502 East Crawford Avenue, Business Places for Rent 75 KOI; RENT--Storeroom and waroroom nt 219 ElHhth ;,trt.ct. West Side, Connvlls- viMe Farm and Dairy Products i FOR RENT--Storeroom In Smutz Build- 5 f intf. 717 Crawford Avenue, West Side. SOMERSKT POTATOES. CRArjED-Sl.25 | per bau. No 2 potatoes. 75e per oaf: I Apples. SOc per bushel. Phone 865-K. 413 E Washington AM j SOMERSET POTATOKS -- $1 io pcr"l)TiÂ«" Roinu Rcauty apples 503 K Mewmyer Ave. Phone 1820-R. Houses tor Rent 77 FOR KENT--Vive rooms, until, larce porch and yard. In Groenu ood. Inquire 12G E. Fairview Ave. Foci, Feed, Fertilizers I FOH RENT--Six room brick house, modern convenience-" Phone 1437-R or 4l04-n-!l. 123 Snjdcr St. BEST QUALITY - 9-J't coklnB coal, itiodfrntely priced. Imntcclialc delivery, Gerald Schomcr, Phone 191i. PATItONlZB thoso who advcrtlseJ FOR RENT--Five room modern house, Firi-t and Park Ave., South Connells- viHc. Phone 191'J-J. FOR RENT--Six room house and garage. Modern convenience*. Phone 1523. FOR SALE--Eight room hoiii-e, 2 acres ground, outbuildings, electric. Cheap for quick sale. Lloyd Freed, Route 2, near Moore Memorial Church. Real Estate for Sale Houses for SIo 84 HAVE THE SATISFACTION OF OWNING A REAL HOME I SIX ROOMS--Bnth. tfaraec, heater. Attractive location, paved street. Owner IravJnjc city. A real bargain to quick buyer. A DUPLEX---Real Investment. Have o home and let It pny lor Itself. Let us tell you how. PETER R. WE1MER. WEIMER ARCADE. Lots For Sale 85 STUDENTS SEE PENNSYLVANIA IN MOVIE FILM Motion pictures in technicolor and vilh sound, depicting "Pennsylvania 3cautiful" were shown to students ot Connctls vil lc High School Friday morning at the general chapel as- embly as u part of the State-wide trogram to publicize the State** 'beauty spots.'* Views of Pittsburgh's Golden TH- ingle and steel mills as well as some f the outstanding farming regions, mountain scenery and various modern highways wore shown. SEVERAL NICE BUILDING LOTSI FOIt SALE--At Poplar Grove. 60x140 ft. City water and ga^. telephone service, near Street Car line nnd highway. It you arc Interested' In good Building Iota nt real Bargain Prices, sec C. B. McCormick. Poplar Grove, Phone. Con- ncllsville. 3204-J. or write Post Office Box 1Â«. ConncHsvtllc, Pa. Auctions--Legate Notices. FOR SALE--Nice five room House on paved street. Price reduced. Sec Robert Norrts. Phone 505. FOR SALE--308 Wnlnut Avenue. Scottdale. clRht room house, all conveniences. Inquire at nbovc ntldrcbb. FOR SALE--Six room home, bath and furnace. Hardwood floors, garage. House in nood repair. $3,000. Robert Norrit.. Phone 505. YOUR MONEY REFUNDED Â« you get tho desired results before your Qd expires. Why not advertise that extra dresser? YOU TELL US your details nnd we'll write your ad. Phone 12 or 13 for nn ad-taker AS LONG AS you have the Classified Section, you needn't wait long to obtain anything you need--it is cosy to Â£ct EXECUTORS' NOTICK. Notice is hrreby Riven that letters testamentary on the estate of Michael C. White, deceased. late ot Conncllivlllc. Faycttc County. I*a, have been granted to the undersigned, to whom all pcrtom Indebted to wild estate nrc requested to make immediate payment and those having claim* againbt same, will mnKc them known without delay. Louis White, 303 W, Fayette St.. Connclkvlllc, Pa Alice White Gibbons. Dun bar. Pa., Executors. 19-fcb-Gt-sat. FREIGHT LOADINGS DECLINE FOR WEEK WASHINGTON, Feb. 26.--The Association ol American Railroads reported 535,970 cars ot revenue freight were loaded during the week ending February 19. This was i decrease of 7,201 car or 1.3 per cent, compared .with t preceding week and a decrease o 175,524, or 24.7 per cent, compare with a year ago. Ohiopylc OHIOPYLE, Feb. 26.--Mrs. James Hall and Mrs. Lewis Morrison visited iVcdnesday with Mr. ajicJ Mrs. Norman Tissue at Connellsvillc. Edward Jiickson, Jr., is convalescing at his Kcntuck home from an attack of grjp. Mrs. Elizabeth Rafferty, who has been bedfait for the past month, is somewhat belter. She is able to sit up in a chair a bhort time each day. Mrs. Patience Yauger of Hopwood is visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. William Holt, in Commcr- :iul rtreet. Almira Rebekah Lodge mct on Wednesday night in regular session and planned for installation of officers the last meeting night in April. Mrs. Myrtle Roth of Toronto, Ohio, visited Wednesday night with her father, George Shipley, in Blains street. Mrs, Carl Lewis, who underwent an. appendicitis operation two months ago at Confluence, is about fully recovered. Mack Morrison was a visitor in Connellsville Wednesday. Miss Jean Bolen of Garrett street is visiting at the home of her grandfather, Edward Jackson, at Kentuck. Dodirers Buy Pitcher. NEW YORK, Feb. 26--Jack Kimball, 28-year-old righthander, was pu. hascd outright by the Brooklyn Dodgers from the Elmira Club ol th D New 'York-Pennsylvania League The price was not revealed. Kimbull, from Rio Grande, N. J., won 1! and lost eight with Elmira last yea^.
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