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PAGE EIGHT. I THIS DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. TUESDAY, MARCH 1, 193S. Courier C/assi/iec/ Advertisements For Quick Results -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9c-cash: lOc charge. ® "-""Ads to" Bo Run 3 Times: -Per lino.-" 7c -cash; Sc charge. Ads to bp Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c cash; 7c charge. ·-·"- : . These Rates Are Based On Consecutive Insertions.! · i-. · .There are five (5) average words to each line. "Cards of THahks," 50c Flat Rate. ·· '.-- . ' ' " " Phone 12 or 13 for an A'd-Taker. Specia/--Your Ad Inserted N V" Times for the Price of Six!--Special JIIT: ..No.Ad. Is Taken For Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Flowers and Mourning Goods 4 BASKETS i SPRAYS AT REASONABLE PR1CESI p. R. DcMUTIl SONS C'VILLE--59 -· SCOTTDALE--KM Fnncrai 'Directors --S1BEL FUNERAL HOME-"The Last Word In Funeral Service." CALL,' CONNELLSVT1.T.F. 150. Strayed, Lost, Found 10 FOUND--Black and tan Icmnlc hound. For information inquire lloubc 145, Whitsctt. Pa. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 A RELIABLE DEALER GIVES A CAR TIIE ADDED PROTECTION THAT A GOOD ENDORSEMENT GIVES TO A NOTEI 4 Sec Our Selcctionl Note Our Prices! Then Let's Dc'al! NOTE-AH these unusual bargains have ^___bcen reconditioned _and ready to ~-~Ko,-See Ihom . . C~iirive-4hem. 7* They 'arc all pricedTfor~_TQUick · sales, so slop in today: _·_ '^_ Pick Yeucs Out! 1933 Ford V-8 Coupe, in absolute perfect condition, rciinishcd. good rubber. Will eell lor *2G5 1933 Ford Deluxe Fordor Sedan - . . $275 (A Real Bargain!) 1930 Ford Deluxe Coupe, (as Is) .. . 550 IMS Chevrolet Coach -. _ ! 40 1932 Ford Deluxe 4-door Sedan $125 1933 Plymouth Coupe $215 1035 Ford V-8 Coupe . . --_.i2S5 1931 Ford tt-ton Panel Truck _.-.$ M ALSO-WE HAVE ON HAND. EXCELLENT BUYS IN LATE MODEL "R 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 MOTOH COMPANY AUTHORIZED FORD AND LINCOLN DEALERS. WEST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 407. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 SKE THEM TODAYI O.-K. USED CARS INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREET OR ON OUR USED CAR LOT WEST CRAWFORD AVE. NEXT TO TIIE STATE LIQUOR STORE MASON MOTOR COMPANY 127 WEST APPLE STREET PHONE 105. Open EvcntnR-s 'till !) o'clock. Open Sundays 'till G olclock. Autos, Accessories, Tires, Parts 13 Business Service Kcpalrinc- and Rcflnishlng 29 UPHOLSTERING--Repairs, factory mctli- odii. Awnlncs, :lip covers. Latest fabrics. Rudolph's. 231 E. Fair-view Avc. Phono 1817-J. Wanted--Female WOMEN--Address and mall advertising material for us at home. We .supply everything. Good rate of pay. No selling. No expeiience necessary. Merchandise Mart. Box M3. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Uclp Wanted--Male ALL CAB CHAINS ALL CAR HEATERS STORAGE BATTERY EXCH.) 5339 MOTOR OIL, 2 GALLONS TOc ALCOHOL. PER GALLON S3c FOG LIGHTS PER. PAIR. 54.75 B BATTERIES 98c MIDGET RADIOS $12.05 UP LOWEST PRICKS. AUTO PARTS, TIRES. RADIO TUBES *: ACCESSORIES. GOLDE-TIRE RADIO COMPANY. 120 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 10. 33 ~S45 OFF! · MAN FOR COFFEE ROUTE--Up to OFF1 ! fir*** week. Automobile plvcn bonu. Write Albert Mills, 4447 Monmouth, Cincinnati, O. * Business Service · -Business Service Offered IS CALL, FISHER--FOR AWNINGS. . FURNITURE REPAIRING . . UPHOLSTER. INC." QUALITY WORK. PHONE 0643. ', SI" OILS--And makci minor adjustments j" on any fccwing machine in your homo. · Parts extra.* Phono 890. Tioutman's. Financial Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board JOHNSTON AVENUE, 507--Nice size bedroom suitable for lv-o pci.som, Indtt* or gentlemen. Kent reasonable. of phone. Phone 532. Rooms for Housekeeping 69 TWO OR THRKK--Unfurnished rooms tor lifiht housekeeping HOI Vine St. Phone 1400-M. FOR RENT--Two nicoly furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Central location. 232 K. Crawlord Avc. FOR RENT--Two furnished rooms for llRht housekeeping. 1219 Vine fctrcct. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 7-J Need Money 40-B TWO MODERN APARTMENTS--For rrnt. One. five rooms and bntli nnd one four rooms nnd bnlh. Loc.itccl over Snyder'.i Men's Store. 134 West Crawford Avenue. Inquire. Snydcr'i Store. Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KINDS EXCEPT LIFE FAYETTE REALTV CO. FHOXE 1375- T.«D. GARDNER. MGR. RELIABLE INSURANCE -- AH kinds. James R. Laughlin--INSURANCE. Sec me for ratc^. 309 Flrit National Bank Building. Phone 520. SHORT OF CASH In ,Thts Short Month? Grt a Personal Loan here. Only ONE thing needed:--the ability to rcpny Miinll. regular amounts on any loan plan you reject* Come In NOW! LOANS up to 5300--ALL PLANS. PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY Over McCrory's Store. Phone 34. WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE. Merchandise FOUR ROOM--Furnished apartment with bath, electric rctrlRcrator. Karafie Adults. 208 West Washington Avenue. SIX ROOM APARTMENT--Furnfhhcd. in downtown location. Available at once. Apply Paramount Tuhatre. FOR RENT--Apartments. Inquire Smutz Apartment Building. 715 Crawford Avenue. West Side. FOR RENT--Six room npartmcnt on South Side. Can occupy nl once, Robert Norris. Phone 505. FOR RENT--Small furnbhcd apartment electric rcfriprrator, garage. 203 W Fnyettc St. Phono 830. Business Places for Rent 75 Articles for Sate FOR RENT--One or t^o storeroom;, li ,' North Pltbbure St. Inquire 308 X. 51 I Faycttc Street. FOR SALE--1 gas brooder nnd 1 coal brooder, in new condition. Write Harry Stone, Perryopolis, Pn. 1 FOR RENT--Storeroom In Smuti Build| Jnj;. Posses,sion March 15th. Inquire 717 Crawford Avenue. Wc*t Side. Farm and Dairy Troducts 55 ; Houses for Rent - - [ SOMERSET POTATOES -- $1 35 per batf. j FOR RENT-- Five room mo Moving, Trucking Storage 25 ! Rome Beauty apples. 503 E. Newmycr Kirht and Park Avc.. Sou -j Avc. Phone 18T6-R. '" *"" I EVERY LOAD rNSURED! } Long distance and local moving. Modern j storage for household Roods. We do j crating for shipment by rail. Dull's I Transfer Storage. Phono 50. 322 E [ Peach street. i Printing, Eneravlnc. Bindinc 27 Open Evenings! Open Sundays I LATE MODEL USED CAHS! HETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO. SCOTTDALE. PENNA. E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUR PRINTING WORK I Letter Heads!--Bill Heads! For Rent CardM--For Sale Cards! LAHGE SELECTION USEP CARS i BENNETT MOTOR SALES ' 158 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234. i IK ^.u. For Rent Cardil--For Sale Cards! PHONE 407. I Calling Cards!--Hand Bills!--Binding! No Trespassing Signs For Sale I All Work Guaranteed! At Reasonable Rate*! FINE LATE MODEL USED CARS E. E. VAN SCOY. INC. 250 Z. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243. IN WHITING n Classified Ad bo cure to tell all the facts vihich you would want to know · U you yourself wero « prospective buyer. A CLASSIFIED AD can find the right kind of a job for tho right kind of man or woman. CLASSIFIED ADS nro messengers of thrift. PATRONIZE thoso who advertise^ COURIER JOE DEPARTMENT. ONE W. COURIER BLDG. OR PHONE RESIDENCE. 91. Professional Services 28 MR. FARMER HERE'S MONEY IN YOUR POCKXTI 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 'mplcmcnts. and household cood^? You will tlnd many people who want to buy the many things you have for sclel The Dally Courier bus a largo rural circulation which makes it the popular choice among tho farmers and Assures you that your mefsogc will reach the people who nre In tha market for your products. You Will Find: Our rates in the above Classified heading. All Classified Ads arc payable In Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 56 CORRECT FITTING TRUSSES -- Elastic Hosiery nnd other surgical ipplianccs., A. A. Clarke, PIl.G. Druggist. 1 North Pltti-burg street. Phono 1£M. You tell us and we'll tell Yearly rates upon request. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE fi TO. 67 ACBOSS . \ -- Played on a of paper pipe 25-- MlllUlUr S-- An animal (abbr.) of the Afri- 26 -- Bars on can dea«rt which 30-- Dry wheels turn 12 -- Distribute 28 -- Because 13 -- A profession 30 -- Inside IB -- A congenital 31 -- Definite ·pot on the article skin 32 -- Caprice 16 -- An Isthmiu at-- Child whose of the Malay parent] arc pcniniula dead 17 -- In the midst 37 -- Short for of automobile 19 -- Symbol for. 38 -- Minute 9--Plants relat- braskft ed to the 25--Mothers onion family 27--Small, nnr- 11--Haul row opening; 14--A character 20--Dispatches In a Shake- 30--Particle spcareon 31--At that drama time 18--Boundary 33--Not In 20--Leave 35--Fishing- pole 21--Nearest 36--Peep 22--City in Nc- Answcr to previous puzzle silicon/ 20-- Wrath/ 33 -- Bon« ·U -- A river of Germany v. 3*-- -A quantity' opening In the skin 39 -- Bear 40-- Units of force of the C. G. S. system DOWN-'' -- Turkflh coin 7 -- Humor S-- Before - S-- Old meanire 1 ' of l«n£th BEST QUALITY - 9-FL coklnc con], moderately priced. Immediate delivery. Gerald Schomcr. Phono 1D91. CUSTOM COAL--IOC. lie nnd J3c delivered Gcorfte W. Kern. Conncllsvlltc. Phone I121-R-1L GENUINE WASHINGTON- HUN COAL-- Wni. Dull and Son. Phone Conncllivillc 107: Daw.son 3201 or 0031. f mine. Koball.i villc. Phone 191E-J. modern houw th Connella Real Estate for Sale Brokers In Kcal Eitatc SOMETHING TOR NOTHING? NO--Rut more for your Real Hstat Dollar than you will ever £ct again BUY NOW I PF.TKR R. WEIMKK WEI.MER ARCADE. PROPERTIES KOR SALE OR RENT I T. C. PIIAL1N. SO. CONNKLLSVILLE. PA. PHONE 975, Farms and Land for Sale 8: WESLEY S.VYDEtt FARM FOR SALE-71 acrc*. 1 mile north of Normalvlllc ElKht room house, heater, bank barn other outbuilding. Some timber. In imrc Harriet A. Snyder. ^ormalvllle Honscs for Salo COAL--Good blaek lumpy run lOc buhhcl delivered. Ca-^h. Bros. Phone 2037. Houchold Goods STORE WIDE REDUCTIONS ON ALL FURNITURE. RUGS AND STOVES. COMK IN! SEE! AND SAVE! LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES MEKV1S FURNITURE COMPANY NORTH PlTTSliUnC ST. I'lIONK 2020 YOUH CREDIT IS GOOD HERE! FOR SALE! -- FOR SALE I BARGAINS--In all kindi o( used lurnl- ture includlnc washing machines. Also il.it top d(.-bki, addhiy machines and typewriters DUI.I.'S STORAGE 12; EAST PEACH STREET. PHONE. 50. TOR SALE--O.ik bc'd anrl dres:er. Price rc.isoniibli-. 112 V.ll/n j4n-rl. Wanted--To Buy 6G CASH IS WHAT WE PAY- BRING IN ALL YOUR LARGE CLEAN WHITE RAGS TO THE DAILY COURIER OFFICE TO- DAY AND WE WILL PAY YOU "3c" PER POUND. WlfY NOT LOOK AROUND AND MAKE YOURSELt SOME SPENDING MONEY??? TIIE CLOSER you stick to classified ads the closer your money will stick to you and the farther it will go when you spenu it REMEMBER, The more jou Fay. tha quicker it pays PATRONIZE tnoM who advertise. HAVE THE SATISFACTION OF OWNING A REAL HOME I SIX ROOMS--liath. garage. heat.T. At tractive location, p^vvtl !tY.et. Own** Icavinj: city. A real barKatn to qulc buyer. A DUI'LEX--Real Investment. H a v e home and lei it pay for itself. Let u tell ou how. PETER 7i. WEIMKR WEIMEH ARCADE. LKT-MK SHOW YOU THIS PROPERTY. TWELVE ROOM nOUIH.E IIOUSF.--Lo- cated on !hc West Side. Rath, heater, all modern. Owner n willing to bell hK property very reasonable. Immediate possession. Terms can Le arranged, nuy it and let the other Jellow pay. Inquire. PAUL WAGONER 1003 W CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 113. SKK THIS PROPERTY! SYCAMORE STREET--Six room Iranic hou-o. b.iscruent, vapor stcjm heat, all convenience!.. Two car car.iKC. Can arrnnpc .suitable tcrnn. W.M. P. McNULTY EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 17CO. FOR SAL!-:-- f i v e room houi-e. bath, h f . i t f r and criraRe. Otfdcn Street. SI.500. Robert Norris Phone SOS TWO HOMES IN PRITTSTOWN -- For s.i!e. One seven room house, \Uth bath, heater, electric. City uater. fruit tree.s. outbuildings nnd l\vo acres of ground. Ono .six loom house, electric. City water, Karate, chicken hoti^c and two acres of cround. All arc free of debt. Laur.i Mlllfgan. R. D. No. 2, Mt. Pleasant. Pa. FOR SALE--House on East Green Street. One on East Patterson and one on South Arch Street. All in flood repair. Robert Norris. Phone 505. Lots Foe Sale 85 SEVERAL NICE BUILDING LOTS1 FOR SALE--At Poplar Grove. 60x110 It. CUy u.attr and rns, telephone service, near Street Car line and highway. It you are Interested in good building lots at re.il Bargain Prices, sec C B McCormick, Poplar Grove, Phone, Con- nellsvillc, 1204-.T. or w r i t e Post Office Box 1«, ConncllsvIIle. P.i. LEO BRUC cormcHr ov u.o BRUCE, RELEASED BY conKAL PRESS ASSOCIATION CHAPTPJH 33 L.ORD SIMON, with a bold nwccp of hlo largo car, drove irtrrtight. into the garage at Sidney Sewcll, and told a mechanic there that he wished to leave it under cover for half an hour or so. He aaw that it waa placed in the far recesses of tho corrugated iron building, out of sight of tho road, and we walked out of the place. lie led Lliu way, however, not pant the windows of the inn, but into tho yard at tho bach, nnd went up to a small back door. He knocked rather gently, and presently an untidy woman opened It "iTes?" she mild uncncournglng- iy. "Oh, would you mind tcllin* us where the gentlemen from that car may be? I mean the car Htandlng In front of your house." The womnn eyed him curloualy. "What buHlnews would it be of yours?" "Nothing really. Just my Billy curiosity," smiled Lord Simon, and handed her a 10-ahilllng note. "They're in the private bar," she replied sulkily. "How many of them?" , "Three." "Three ? That's odd. In there another bar?" "There's the public." "Con it be neon from theirs?" "No. It can't. There's glosa partitions round the counter, to prevent any prying and spying." "But the same bar scrvcc them both?" "Yes. Anything else you want to know? Haven't you got nothing better to do than ask questions?" "Yes. Something far better. We'll have a drink. And we'll have it in tho public bar. And we won't talk there, if you don't mind. And you won't mention that we're here. That's for two whiskies. My friend likes whiskey --drinks it with lobster. Keep tho change. Now which Is the way?" Through an untidy kitchen In which washing was hung to dry the woman led us to a door, and left us alone with a large cr.t. We sat down in silence and waited. The voices which came through from the other bar were not loud, nnd the words they spoke were indistinguishable. But the speakers could be Identified. Fellowcs--I distinctly heard him say, "Cheerio, air!"--Strickland, who called for "Three more!" In his rather thick, deep voice, and, to roy surprise, Alec Norris, whose shrill laugh would have been recognizable anywhere. The atmosphere was musty, the advertisements on tho wall out of date and dismal, and tho words of those In the other bar inaudible. I was beginning to get thoroughly impatient, when I heard some movement and Strickland's voice raised. "Wait here, then, Fellowts," he said, and his voice came from this side of the room. "We shan't be more than a quarter of on hour." There wo;i a slight tinkle in the shutting of the door, indicating , that it was glass, a? oura was, 'then a ring of feet on on iron mat at the door. Looking out of the i window of our bar we could see StrlcklanJ and Norris setting off together along the road by which we had entered the village. Lord Simon did not hesitate. He walked straight through into tho private bar and confronted Fellowcs.. But the chauffeur, beyond putting down his drink and facing us, remained undisturbed. "Intcrcstin' mcetln'," began Lord Simon. "I wonder what you'd happen to be doin* here?" "Obeying orders," Fellowcs returned. "Indeed? Wnoyc orders?·* "Dr. Thurston's. He lold me to take these two gentlemen wherever they wished to £o." "Did you ask him, then 7" "Yci. Of course I did. When] they .said they wonted a run in the car somewhere, it wasn't for me to take them without permission. So I asked Dr. Thurston." "And what did he say?" "He told me not to bother him. Take them anywhere." "So you decided to come to Sidney Scwell." Fcllowes was .silent for a moment, then said, "No. I didn't choose it. They said where they wanted to go." "Mm. So you've no idea why this place was chosen?" -No." "You had no object in coming here yourself?" "No." "Rather good at monosyllables, aren't you, Fellowcs?" "Don't know what you mean." We returned to the public bar. Lord Simon seemed rather quiet,even pc-plexcd at that moment. But very shortly we saw Strickland and Norris returning. Fcl- lowcn must have told them at once of our presence, for Strickland burst into the room, and Norris followed him. "What the devil do you mean by trailing ua about like this?" Strickland asked furiously. "Cool down, my lad," drawled Lord Simon. "Can't a fellow have a run in a car without all thin excitement?" "Don't talk rot, PJimsoll," shouted Strickland. "You followed us here! You must have. As for you, Townscnd, sneaking round with these dam' detectives --I'm disgusted. Are you trying to prove that I did this murder?' f There waa a high-pitched question from behind him. "Perhaps you suspect me ?" asked Alec Norris. Lord Simon smiled to them with aloof boredom. "My dear old boys, don't work yourselves up. You'll know soon enough v;h»m I suspect. Nice place, Sidney Sowell. Ever been here before, Strickland?" "Oh, I'm sick of answering your silly questions, Plimsoll. Come on. Feilowes, we'll get home." And the three of them marched out. From the window we, watched Feilowes get into tho driving seat, and Strickland and Norris -sit behind. "Well, well, well," said Lord Simon. The interview had made me uncomfortable. If Strickland turned out not to be the murderer it would be awkward when we met again, for I certainly seemed guilty of spying. Detection waa, after all, Pllmaoll's Job, but for me, it would seem, there could be little excuse. "And now," said Lord Simon, as we walked out into the pale autumn sunshine, "I have one more call to make. I wonder where we are likely to find the postofflcc?" I proved myself helpful by stopping a passer-by and inquiring. It was a hundred yards down ths street I was told, and we net cut briskly together. "I wonder whether you'd mind awfully just waitln' outside for me a moment?" asked Lord Simon, when we had reached the little general store which combined its business with that of the G. P. O. "Sorry to be Ill-mannered and all that, don't you know." "Oh, not a hit," I said, presuming that he wished to make a private telephone call. But it was not long before he returned, smiling broadly. I began to think that all this investigation was giving me detective habits for I had already deduced that ho must have been on the phono to tho Thurstons', since he had not had time for a long-distance call, when liz said suddenly: "Well, that settles that." "What?" I asked obligingly. "The identity of the stepson." -You know who It Is?" "Yes. I know who it Is." ' "Then your cose Is complete?" "Remarkably complete." "And you're not going to toll me?" "T e r r I b 1 y feorry, old boy. Against all professional etiquette. You shall hear this evening, I promise you. Intcrcstin' case, though. Very Intercstin' case." And he continued to smile contentedly as he drove us back at · slightly less breakneck speed. After lunch I met M. Picon in the -garden of tbc Thurstons* house. He was stooping to pull a weed from an almost flawless border. Knowing that one of tha Investigators had now solved the whole problem, I felt that I could afford to speak to him quite lightheartedly, and did so. "Well, Monsieur Picon, hav« you completed your theory?" He looked up at me and said, 'Ah, mon am;', it is you. No doubt you know everything, is it not?" "Well, not exactly," I admitted. "Nor, to speak the truth, do I. Lost night we exhausted the'in- quiries here. Now we must look somewhere else." I was amused, thinking to myself that after ail Lord Simon had beaten him to the solution. But I only said, "Where will you look now ?" "In the ftearc, my friend. When the brains show no more one must' look in the heart, and there, Ycilal the truth." "I should not have suspected you oC such sentimentality/' I sold. "That is not sentiment---It li logic. The heart may guide as truly an the head. And now, would you like a little promenade?" "Jo It far?"A few miles. Not too for." "Where on earth are you going to?" I asked. "To' the village of Morton Scone." I laughed outright ·Xoolc here, Monsieur Picon," L said, "I don't know what you want to go there for, nor what your theory is, but I can tell you this much. You don't need to bother. I've been with Lord Simon this morning, and he's found out about Sidney Scwell. It Isn't a person, as we all thought, but a place. In fact I went there with him this morning. And when we got there Fellowcs and Strickland and Norris had arrived. So Lord Simon knows everything now." "Your reasoning, mon ami. is a little confused. What information did Lord Simon glean from the arrival of this so Indicative trio and the village of Sidney Sewcll 1" "I don't know that, of course. But he told me he knew the murderer." "And do you think that I, Amcr Picon, do not know also tho murderer? And what is that, to know the murderer?" "I thought that Js what we were all trying to do," I returned innocently. "Then you arc mistaken. What we have to do is not to know ourselves, but to prove to others. If we cannot, what have we accomplished? Too good Boeuf would arrest his man, and the murderer would go free." "But surely Lord Simon must realize that After all, he's had nearly as much experience as you have." "Maybe. But everyone his method of proof. And a part of mine is a promenade to Morton Scone. Do you accompany me?" "I shall f x delighted. Only If after this Monslgnor Smith wonts mo to go with him to Jericho, I shan't bo surprised." "You might do worse," said M. Picon seriously. "He would know much of tfae ancient city. But come .ilong. We have not too much lime." (To Bo Continued Auctions--Lego Is Legal Notices NOT1CK TO HIDDKUb. THE CONTROLLER Of FAYETTE Counly u l l l receive bids at the Con- Irollcr'h Oflice in the Court Hou.se. Un- tontown. Pa . until 10 A. M. Wednesday. Marcli U 1H3B. for mining coal at the County Home mine for one year beginning April 1. 1038. AH bidders who wish to be considered mU'.t be qualified miners w i t h the mint- foreman's certificate They must .ilso ,-iKrec to carry Workmen^ coinpen 1 ation. anil to assume payment of all taxes required by law. The Commissioners reserve the riKht to reject any or all bids. Albert Montgomery. County Controller. mnr-I-3.7. NOTICE TO mnnr.us. THE CONTROLLER, OK FAYETTE County will receive bids at the Con- troUcr':, OU\ce In the Court House. Un- lontown. Pa . until 10 A. M. Wednesday. March !, 1938. for furnishing one (1) one- h a l f ton truck for the use of tho Road Department Each bidder Is to make a Irade In allowance on one five p.itsenEer Chevrolet Sedan j The Commissioners reserve the right t i eject any or all bids Albert Montgomery. County Controller. mar-1-3-7 NOTICE TO IllImKKS. THE CONTROLLER OF FAYETTE County will receive bids at the Con'.roller's OOicc In the Court House. Un- lontown. PJ.. until 10 A. M. Wednesday, Mjrch 9. 1038. for furnishing one t-cven (7) pass m;er automobile for the use of the County Commissioners. Each bidder is to m.ikc a trade-in allowance for one Chevrolet Coupe. The Commissioners: reserve the riKht to reject any or all bids. Albert Montgomery, County Controller. mar-1-3-7. A-No. 1 SERVICE U what you ret Jrom Classified Ads \Vhcn you have n special need to fill, phone us the particulars nnd details. You can get an ad-takcr at 12 or 13. TIIE CLASSIFIED SECTION oflera a complete catalogue of the wants and offers of the people of Conncltevillo and vicinity. WHENEVER you have a real need to fill trie Classified Section will help you to fill It quickly, as easily and inexpensively DID YOU LOSU jour purse or card case? Let us run a Lost and Found ad for you. Just phone. 12 or 13 for an «d- taXer. Women's Democrat Club, Perryopolis, Meets; Has Program PEKRYOPOLIS, Mar. 1.--The Women's. Democratic Club held its monthly meeting Wednesday night in Kntolcik's Hall. The session was presided over by the president, Mrs. Harry Brewer. Business was followed by a program arranged by Mrs. Olive Bycrs, Mrs. Fred Baker and Mrs. Sadie DufT. It follows: "Star SpanRled Banner," by ensemble: reading, Mrs. Clarence Kcarns; guitar solos, Margaret and Catherine Gavin; reading, Mrs. Olive Lynch; humorous sketches, Mrs. Olive Lynch; and Mrs. Harry Brewer; reading, Mrs. Perry Stuck. Tile lunch was arranged nnd served by Mrs. Helen Armstrong, Mrs. Ilonry Baker nnd Mrs. Harry Sechrist. Entertains Class.. Mrs. Joseph Wolfe entertained the Isralll Class of the Perry M. E. Sunday School at her home Thursday evening. The business session was conducted by the president, Margaret Hazy. It was decided to hold a roller skating party March 11. The class was then entertained by the Debating Club of Perry Township High School. Personals. Eva and Anna Mary ShaHenbergcr of. Scottdale arc visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Carson. Mrs. David Larimer of West Newton visited Mr. and Mrs. Howard Adams Wednesday. Joseph Hay, Perry Stuck and William Baker drove to Ford City Saturday to attend a firemen's meeting. Property Sale Confirmed. UNIONTOWN', Mar. l.^ Boss S. Matthews, in an order hand- eO. down in Orphans Court, confirmed sale of a property in the estate of McCIcllan Leonard. The order decreed that the administrator be authorized to make private t..ile of a property in Dunbar street to R. T. Landman for $7,200. Grand Exalted Ruler Will Dedicate Rebuilt Unionlown Elks Home UNIONTOWN, March J.--Mnjor Charles Spencer Hart, grand exalted ruler ol B. P. O. Elks, will be guest of UnionUnvn Lodge, B. P. O. Elks, at formal dedication of rebuilt Elks Home March 27. He will be accompanied by many distinguished members, including former Governor John K. Tener o£ Pennsylvania, a past grand exalted' ruler, and J. Edgar Masters, grand secretary and n past grand exalted ruler. New Salem Driver Freed in Fatality UN1ONTOWN, Mar. 1.--Coroner's jury Monday afternoon exonerated Robert Kcnsmgcr of New Salem ol all responsibility /or the death of Joseph Sukulitcli, Jr., 30, of Republic, who died December 20, in Uniontown Hospital where he had been admitted 10 days before after being struck by Kcnbinger's machine on Route 21. The victim received fractures of the right forearm, leg and skull, chest injuries and a concussion which were complicated by pneumonia. NEW CARS OFl-ERED FOR JUST 95 1 CENTS SPRINC^IELD, 111., March 1.-New cars, 05 cents! 1 It was a nice business while it lasted for Alfred and Mai-ic Thomas but Illinois officials ordered them to return to Minnesota to face swindling charges. The Thomas plan--and authorities say it was so good it attack d 127,000 persons--V.MS similar to th 2 chain letter (ad. K.ich subscriber was to pay 9'a cents and (,et a $650 auto when his name reached the top of the list. /

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