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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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' PAGE EIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. ·C, THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 193S. Courier Classified Advertisements 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9c cash; lOo charge. For Quick Results -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. r-. Ads tOvBe Run 3 Times: r-i ,\si -· p or u n e, 7c cash; So charge. I--· Ads to bd Run 6 Times or More: Per lirte, 6c cash; 7c charge. -- - These Rates Are Based-On Consecutive Insertions. 1 _£ There are five (5) average words to each line. I 'Cards,ofThanrjs?'"50c Flat Rate. - ~ - . . Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker. Speag/^Ydur Ad Inserted U 7" Times for the Price of Six!--Special No Ad. Is Taken For Less Than a Basis of-Three (3) Lines! Announcements Flowers and Mourmne Goods t BASKETS SPRAYS AT REASONAB1J3 PRICES! P. B DcMUTH 4 SONS C-VILLE--K SCOTTTJALE--S3« Funeral Directors Automotive Automobiles for Salo 11 --SIBEL FUNERAL HOME-"The-Last-Word In Funeral Service." CALL.' CONNELLSVTLLE 150. Personals -- 7 MAN--Get vigor at- once I New Ostrcx .Tonic TablcU^contaln raw oyster in- vigoratom and other stimulants Ore doscT-peps up organs. T glands, blood. Regular price $1 SpectaV. price 89c. Call, write Union Drug Co. .Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 A RELIABLE DEALER GIVES A CAR THE ABDED PROTECTION THAT A GOOD ENDORSEMENT GIVES TO A NOTE1 / Sec Our Selection 1 Note Our Prlecsl Then Let's Dealt All these ^musual _bargalm have - bocn-rccdndltlbncd and ready to Co. JTSci- them .". . drive them They arc all priced lor quick calCk^'uTstop In today. ' - Pick Yours Out! 1933 Ford V8 Coupe, in absolute perfect ^condition, rcflnlshcd. good rubber. Will sell for -- S205 19J3 Ford Deluxe Fordor Sedan - - $275 (A Real Bargain!) 1930 Ford "Deluxe Coupe, (as Is) ^~_'; 950 1928 Chrvrolet-Coach _ . . HO 1932 Ford Deluxe 4-door Sedan $125 1933 Plymouth Coupe - ,, _ _ . $225 1935 Ford V-8 Coupe . . _ J295 1931 Ford 5,-ton Pane! Truck . J 91 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 MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED FORD AND LINCOLN DEALERS. WEST CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 407. Open Evenings! Open Sundays! SEE THEM TODAY! O-K USED CARS INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT . 127 WEST APPLE STREET OR ON OUR USED CAR LOT WEST CRAWFORD AVE. NEXT TO THE STATE LIQUOR STORE MASON MOTOR COMPANY 127 WEST APPLE STREET PHONE 105 Open Evenings 'till 0 o'clock Open Sundays 'till 8 o'clock Autos, Accessories, Tires, Parts 13 ALL CAR CHAINS - - * OFFI ALL CAR HEATERS _ U OFF! STORAGE BATTERY (BXCH.) - S3.39 MOTOR OIL. 2 GALLONS . "9c ALCOHOL. PER GALLON . 59c FOG LIGHTS - PER PAIR. ?4 75 B BATTERIES ' _ - _ - - 90c MIDGET RADIOS . 512.85 UP LOWEST PRICES. AUTO PARTS TIRES, RADIO TUBES ti ACCESSORIES GOLDE TIKE RADIO COMPANY. 126 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 10 Business Service Business Service Offered 18 CALL FISHER--FOR AWNINGS. . FURNITURE REPAIRING . , UPHOLSTER ING QUALITY WORK PHONE 9645. $1 OILS--And makes minor aajutmcnta on any sewing machine In your home. Parts extra Phone 890 Troutman's Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KINDS bXCEPT LIFF FAYETTE REALTY CO PHONE 1375 T D. .GARDNER. MGR RELIABLE INSURANCE -- All kind! James R. Laughlln--INSURANCE Sec me for rates 309 First National Bonk Building. Phone 520. Moving, Trucking, Storage 25 Business Service Rcpalrlnc and Rcanlshlns 29 UPHOLSTERING--Repairs, factory methods Awnings, slip covers. Latest fabrics PudolphX 131 E. Fairview Avc. Phono 1817-J. Employment Help Wanted--Female S2 WANTLD--Girl to assl-t with kitchen work and family cooking. Apply Arlington Hotel Help- Wanlcd--Male 33 WANTED--Fuller Brush Dealer for Con- ncUsvlllc tcrrltor. Write Sales Division. Box 302. Vandcrbllt. Pa. EVERY LOAD INSURED! Long distance and local moving. Modern storage for household goods We do crating for shipment by rail Dull s Transfer Storage Phone 50. 122 E Peach street Prlntlnr, Engraving, BindSnc 27 NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED-1934 Hudson 4-door Sedan Pnlnt, Up- holstcrv and tires, all like new. Original Owner. Equipped with Radio and Heater. Terms can be arranged David Werthclmer. Jr. 706 South Plttsburg Street. Phone 6CO-J. FINE LATE MODEL USED CARS E. E VAN SCOY. INC. 259 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243 E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUR PRINTING WORK! Letter Headsl--Bill Heads) For Rent Cards!--For Sale Cards! Calling Cardsl-Uand Bills!--Blndlni I No Trespassing Signs For Sale! All Work Guaranteed! At Reasonable Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 65 COURIER BLDG. OR PHONE RESIDENCE. 91. LATE MODEL USED CARS! HETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO. SCOTTDALE. PENNA. PHONE 407 LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 258 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234 PATRONIZE those who advertise. Professional Services CORRECT FITTING TRUSSES -- Elaitlc Hosiery and other surgical ippliances. A. A Clarke. PHG. Druggist. 323 North Plttsburg street. Phone 194, IN A PINCH uso a Classified Ad. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE n 20 14- 7.1 26 22. 15 3"? 2S ACROSS 1--A catchword article) «--Mark left byS3--Diminutive a healing _ suffix Injury 24--Greek letter »--Wadlnsr bird 25--Variety of 10--A\\n of coffee Kttun 11--Period of time 12--Adept 14--Extinguish 16 -- Portuguese ' 27-- Boast S9-- Metallic rock 30-- Arid. 32-- Encroach- mcnt coin 34-Woody plant IS -- Pen name of 36 -- A choking Charles " \ bit Lamb 37-- Egyptian 19-- Integument dancing and of an animal singing 20-- DlmlnutlYe girls ot Edward 38 -- Always 22-- The (Krtnch 39-- Peaks DOWN 1 -- Bashful article 2-- Dregs 6-- Mere taate- 3 -- Talk T -- Office as- ' ·(--Largest tlstant anthropoid S -- Body of ap« talners 8-- Indefinite, lO^Chopplne tool 23--Go astray 12--Highest note 26--Border of Guide's 27--Spoiled scale -- -~ 13--Check 15--Exclamation 17--To gladden 10--Frighten 21--Mend with interlacing stitches Answer to previous puzzle 28--Microbes 30--Sack 31--Tidy 33--Rowing Implement 35--Letter S 37--Land measure Financial Need Money 40-B SHORT OF CASH In This Short Month? Get a Personal Loan here Only ONE thing needed --the ability to repay small, regular amounts on any loan plan you select. Come In NOW! LOANS up to $MO-VVLL PLANS PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY Over McCrory's Store Phone 34 WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 WE ARE QUITTING BUSINKSSI MUST SELL ENTIRE STOCKI 200 Strau Hab, KM value ejch 98c 75 EnlhinfT Suit* 50c to J1D3 75 Silk ft Wool Scarfs. $3 \aluis. ea 0c 150 Mtn'i SulLs $15 «c $20 50 Top Coats A Overcoats $12 75 to *22.50 100 Men's Summer Suits SJ to s.12.50 200 MenX Felt Hat^ ,, - 51.29 to S2.8S 175 Pr. Freeman Shoes «.B5 to J4!» 100 Sweaters and Jackets SI 10 to »4B WILL SELL VERY REASONABLE--Show Cnvcs, Table*, Counter* Window FlMure* SheUlng. Caih Registers. Mirrors. Sale. Benches and Etc DAVID WERTMEIMJTt. JR 700 S P1TTSBURG ST. PHONE 6GO-J. Merchandise Hnuchold Goods 59 STORE WIDE REDUCTIONS ON ALL FURNITURE. RUGS AND STOVES COME INI SEEI AND SAVE! LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES. MERVIS FURNITURE COMPANY NORTH PITTSBURG ST. PHONE 2020 YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE! Wanted--To Buy 66 WANTED TO BUY--Baby carriage Must be In good condition Phone 1317-R. CASH IS WHAT WE PAY- BRING IN ALL YOUR LARGE CLEAN WHITE RAGS TO THE DAILY COURIER OFTICE TO- DAY AND WE WILL PAY YOU "Sc" PER POUND WHY NOT LOOK AROUND AND MAKE YOURSEL* SOME SPENDING MONEY??? Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board 68 JOHNSTON AVENUE. 507--Nice size bedroom suitable for two persons, ladles or gentlemen. Rent reasonable. Us« of phone. Phone 532 Rooms for Iloasekceplng 69 FOR SALE--Automatic Delco Plant. A-l condition with new heavy duty batteries Calvin Myers, Acme. Pa FOR SALE--1 gas brooder and 1 coal brooder, in new condition Write Harry Stone. Pcrryopolis. Pa Barter and Exchange 51-A UNUSUAL BARGAINS OR TRADES-- In all the remaining slock of the Frisbcc Hardware Store. Stove Pipe. Spikes, Screw*. Paint. Horse Shoes. Hay Forks, Oil Limp Shades. Flat Wrenches. Grate Bars and Fire Pot*. Baby Chick Supplies. Garden Seeds. 3 Counter Scales. Gas Garage Heater: H-ton Chain Block: etc Many other useful items for sale or trade. Also, Baled Hay and Straw, for sale. WANT TO BUY--Used Oliver 2 horse plow Inquire, Quality Fruit Market, 127 W Crawford Ave. or phone. John PrKbee 331 Farm and Dairy Products 55 SOMERSET POTATOES GRADED--S1.25 per bag No 2 potatoes, 75c per bag. Apples, 50c per bushel. Phone 8G5-R. 413 E Washington Avc FOR SALE--Second cutting baled ajfalfa hay. Carrie Christopher, Crossland Station, Conncllsvillo R-l. MR. FARMER HERBS MONEY fN YOUR POCKETI 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 mplcments, and household goods? You will find many people who want to buy the many things you have for sale! Tho Dally Courier has a targe rural circulation wh/ch makes it tho popular choice among tho farmers and assures you that your message will reach tho people who are In tho market for your products You Will Find: Our rates In the above Classified heading Ail Classified Ad3 ar« payable tn Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers BEST QUALITY - 0-Ft. coking coal, moderately priced Immediate delivery Gerald Schemer Phono 1991 CUSTOM COAL--IOC. lie and 13c delivered George W Kern. ConncllsvlUe Phono 4I21-R-I1 GENUINE WASHII.GTON RUN COAL-Wm. Dull and Son Phone ConncllsvlUe 107, Dawson 3261 or M31 COAL--Good black lumpy run of mine. We buihcl delivered. Cash Koballa Bros. Phone 2037 Ifouehold Goods FOR SALE I - FOR SALE I BARGAINS--In all kinds of used furniture including washing machines Also flat top desks, adding ma Jllncs anc typewriters DULL'S STORAGE 122 EAST PEACH STREET PHONE 50 FOR SALE--Oak bed and dresser Price reasonable 412 Eliza street ECONOMY Ot TlitL, money and effort results from Classified reading. TWO OH THREE--Unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping 1101 Vine St Phone 1493-M FOR RENT--Two nicely furnished rooms for light housekeeping Central location. 232 E Crauford Avc. Real Estate for Rent Apartment!) and Flats 74 TWO MODERN APARTMENTS--For rent One, Jive room* and bath and one fou rooms and bath Located over Snydcr Men's Store 134 West Crawford Ave nue. Inquire. Snder's Store SIX ROOM APARTMENT--Furnished, in downtown location Available at once Apply Paramount Tchatre. FOR RENT--Apartments. Inquire Smutr Apartment Building 715 Crawfo: Avenue, West Side. FOR RENT--Six room apartment South Side Can occupy at once Robert Norrls Phone 505 Business Places for Rent FOR RENT--Storeroom In Smutz Build Ing. Possession March 15th Inqutr 717 Crawford Avenue, West Side FOR RENT--Cunningham shop, sultabl for car storage or work shop Inqulr 316 Ogdcn street. Houses for Rent FOR RENT--Five rooms, bath, lirg porch and yard, in Greenwood. Inqulr 320 E. Falrvicw Avenue. Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate SOMETHING FOR NOTHING? NO--But more for your Real Esta Dollar than you will ever get agal: BUY NOW! PETER R WEIMER WEIMER ARCADE. PROPERTIES FOR SALE OR RENT I T. C. PHALIN. SO. CONNELLSVILLE, PA. PHONE 97 Farms and Land for Salo 8 FARM FOR SALE! GO ACRES--Six room house good barn electricity, on good road Evcrythin Jn A No -1 condition Immediate pos scislon for J530 E F DcWITT SCOTTDALE. PENNA. PHON1 Houses for Sale LF.T ME SHOW YOU THIS PROPERTY TWELVE ROOM DOUBLE HOUSE--Lo catcd on the West Side Bath, hcatc all modern Owner is willing to sc his property \cry rcaionable. Immcd ate possession Terms can bp arranged, Buy it and let the other fellow pay. Inquire. PAUL WAGONER 1009 W CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 148 FOR SALE--House on East Green Street. One on Elit Patterson and one on South Arch Street All In good repair. Robert Norrls. Phone 505. SEE THIS PROPERTY! SYCAMORE STREET--Six room frame house, basement vapor steam heat, all conveniences * Two car garage Can arrange suitable terms WM. P. McNULTY EAGLES BUILDING PHONE 1760. AlASEIDi r V. LED BRU COTTKICHT »X UP BRUCEi RELEASED 11V CHAPTER 35 if. PICON did not move for at least a whole mlmito as' wo reached the hillside overlooking the village. And then only to turn and look up nt mo with a frankly puzzled face. ·Tell me, Monsieur Townsend/' ho said, "do you notice anything strange about this place?" Strange? It acezncd to be the embodiment at all things comely and familiar, all things I loved moat dearly. One might have chosen It to settle In, after a vagrant life. "Laughter and Inn flrcs." I thought of, and kindly little sweet-shops kept by the sort of elderly stout woman who may be called a "body". Even as we looked a farm cart started on Its way through the street, and the man who walked at Its horse's bead shouted a cheerful greeting to someone In a window. Here was friendliness and a quiet sequence of days for a number of calm and normal people, here were gardens, no doubt, and a little school muddling Its children through their reading, writing, and arithmetic. Here were honest folk and very English houses. Certainly nothing that I could coll "strange". "It may scorn strange to you. Monsieur Picon," I said, "but to an Englishman I assure you this village ..." Ho Interrupted me most rudely, and said, "No, no. I do not mean that. It la strange for lack of something. For sec, school. Inn, police station, and postofflce no doubt, but where do you sec, my good friend, the church?" And I found myself gaping back at the village, realizing the Implications of Its absence. "So Fcllowcs was lying?" I suggested, as we walked on. "He hadn't got an alibi at all?" "X hope not," said M. Picon, "for In that case our walk will have been quite wasted." I thought It best to nay nothing after that, and we continued In sllcnco till M. Picon saw an old man stacking a bonfire In a kitchen garden beside the road. "P*rdon" he called. "Couldyou please direct me to the church?" The old man stored at htm for a moment. "The church? It's the best part of a mile from here," he said. "Your shortest way Is by the footpath." "But the road also goes, a'esf.-ce pis?" "Oh yes, you can go by the road If you want to, but It Is the longest way round." "I would like to go by the road." "All right. Keep straight on through the village till you come to the petrol station, then turn left. It's a quarter of an hour's walk. You can't miss it." "Thank you," said M. Picon, and strode off again, his shorl legs moving at considerable speed "Turn to the left at the petrol station," called the old man after us, as though he regretted that our chat had been so short. "You can't miss It," he repeated. I kept at Picon's side, but no in the best of humor. "Why can' wo go by the footpath?" I asked. "He said It was shorter." Picon made absolutely no reply to this, except to fcrn to me witi a brief but disarming smile. So that I could do nothing but burr; along with him. We passed rlgh through the village, and I had noi even a chance to stop and glanci at some of the more Interesting old houses. And we had left the last buildings behind by some 50i yards or so, before a sudden turn in the road brought us within sight of the church. At that we topped, and Picon stood looking ntently toward its tower. I did not see why be should stare like hat, for a glance would have told ilm that there wa* no longer a lag flying on It, whether at half- mast or cot. Farther down the road on our eft was a cottage, the only build- ng visible between us and the church. Towards this the cxtraor- IImiry little man hurried, murmuring, "Voilal" "Allonsl" "Vitc!" "La, la!" "Mon ami/" and others of his favorite expressions. Reaching the small wicket rate ho did not hesitate, but Iftcd the latch, and walked up a rlck path to the front door. He knocked vigorously. "Really, Picon," I said, "what can you want at this house?" For some time there was no reply to his knocking, but at last .- voman's voice shouted from somewhere in the cottage, "Come round to the back, will you t" Picon looked at me Inquiringly, not knowing some English habis«. ·It's all right," I said. "This door probably won't open at all. lasn't been moved for years." We went v obediently round to the back door, where a thin woman with straggling dark hair and very dirty clothes stood waiting for us. "Yes. What is It?" she said, eyeing us somewhat suspiciously. "I wanted to ask you a question or two," sold Picon, raising his hat with a rather foreign show of gallantry. « "Oh. yon did. Well, I don't want any brushes--not however good they arc. I've got enough x do my housework, thank you." Picon turned to me. "Brushes?" he whispered inquiringly. "She thinks you're a salesman," I said In his car. Ho turned to her, smiling. 'Mais BOD, madamcl I do not wish tq sell you anything. It Is not that. A little question, no more. Now . . ." "Well, I never give anything, not to those what collects at the door. As my 'usband says, you never know what 'appons to the money. And goodness knows I've none to spore. You might just as well collect for me, I'm sure I need It as much as any." "No, no!" cried Picon, "I ask for no money. It is information I should like. If you please. Perhaps you could tell me ..." "Why, wo had the man round with the voters' list only last week," the woman sold. "It's my belief you're a fraud." ''Madame, would you please tell me whether you noticed a blue car stop In this road on Friday afternoon?'. He brought out his question in one breath, frlghtcnec that he would be Interrupted again before It was finished. The woman seemed to be Impressed. She wiped her bands on her skirt, and took a step nearer to us. "Friday? That's the day Mrs. Thurston was murdered. Isn't it?" She could not yet believe that such good fortune as this hoc come to her--to be a person actually questioned In connection with a matter so topical, so stirring and ao famous as a local murder. "Yes," said Picon patiently. "Have you got anything to do with It?" asked the woman eag. erly. "Is It something of thai that brings you hero asking ques tlons off of me?" -Yes." "Well!" She was spellbound. It was a great moment for her She looked from one to the other of us. "Fancy that!" she said. "And now perhaps you could tell me about the motor car?" insisted Picon gently. "Motor car. Motor car." Sb« was driving her bruin to its ub- most. Even now this glorious moment ot importance might escape her. But her eyes lit up. "Yes!" he said shrilly, "tLcrc was a moor car stop outside of 'cr«!" Thcii her voice dropped. "But hen it's the 'one that often does." "What is it like?" "Dark blue. Driven by a chauf- eur." 'And you say it often stops icre?" "Well, yes. Pretty often. Several of them do, you know. They cave their cars here while they go for a walk through the woods, [specially when the primroses ia out. We get quite a lot then. My usband always says he's going to put a notice 'NO PARKING' on mr gate, but he never does. We don't get so many this time of 'car, of course. But this blue one's been more than once lately. You see"--she became conspiratorial--"you see, the young fellow what drives It brings 'Is young ady, and off they goes for a walk, through the woods. Well, it's famous, that footpath." 'And on Friday?" said M. Picon, not so much prompting her as keeping her relevant. "Oh yes, they was here on Friday, because that's the afternoon C does my washing, and I remem- jer- seeing the car in the road while I was hanging It out. There was a nice breeze, too, I wa» thankful for, seeing that I had more than usual .. ." "And you say they both came? The chauffeur and his girl?" · Yes, they was both there because I 'card 'em quarreling." Picon started* '"You heard them quarreling:?'' "Yes, cat and dog they waa when they got out of the car. Only not like anyone as is married--that's different." "Did you hear what they said?" "No, I didn't. And shouldn't like to of, neither. I ttcver believe In listening to what doesn't concern me. All I know is they was on about something, and 'ard at it till they went down the footpath. I don't know what happened after that, though I nan well guess." "No doubt," said Id7. Picon dryly. "And when they returned?"' 'Oh, it was all over then. 8un- shine after the storm, as you* might say. I saw them coming! up the road together, arm-in-arm' they was." "And yon heard nothing, absolutely nothing that passed be-, twccn them?" "Not a word. Well, I'd never, listen to other people's conversation." "What did they look like?" The woman gave an incoherent but sufficient description of Fellowes and Enid, and M. Picon, by asking a few questions, confirmed: their identity with the two whom the woman had seen. "Eh, bien. 1 thank you, ax- dame. You have been of tho very greatest assistance to me." "That's all right," said tt» woman. "Do you think I shall be wanted at tho trial?" "I can't tell you, I'm afraid." "I suppose I shall 'avc my photo- took, won't I?" "That Is for the newspapers to. decide. But at all events yow. have the satisfaction of knowing! that you have materially assisted' me In my search for truth." This did not seem to please the ·woman very much, but when 21. Picoa once more elaborately raised his hat she managed to smile. "Au TcvoiTr madame," saJd M. Picon, and wo left her gazing | after us. 1 (To Bo Continued) Real Estate for Sale Lots For Sale 85 SEVERAL NICE BUILDING LOTSI FOR SALE--At Poplar Grove. 60xMO ft. City water and gas. telephone service, near Street Car line and highway. II you arc interested In good building lota at real Bargain Prices, see C. B McCormick. Poplar Grove. Phone. Con- ncllsvlllc. 1204-J. or write Post Office Box 144. Conncllsvillc. Fa. Auctions--Legals Legal Notices 91 ADMINISTRATRIX' NO11CK. ESTATE OF ELLEN SC1IROCK. LATE of rjunbar Township. £ alette County, Pa . deceased Letters of Administration 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 tho undersigned without delay, and all persons having claims or demands against said estate are requested to make known the same Delia Schrock. Administratrix. R D No ], Connclbvillc. Pa Fred E Younkin, Attorney. nfcb-Gt-thura. FOR SALb--Five room house, bath, heater and garage Ogden Street. 51,500. Robert Norrts Phone 505. NOTICE TO BIDDERS. THE CONTROLLER OF KAYETTE County will receive bids, at the Controller's Omcc In the Court House, Un- lontown. Pa , until 10 A. M. Wednesday, March 0, 1D38, for mining coat at the County Home mine for one car beginning April 2. 1933. All bidders who wish to be considered must be qualified miners with the mine foreman's certificate They must also agree to carry Workmcns compensation, and to assume payment of all taxes required by law. The Commissioners reserve the right to reject any or all bids Albert Montgomery, County Controller. mar-3-3-7. NOTICB TO I1IDDF.KS. THE CONTROLLER OF FAYETTE County uill rcccUe bldj, at the Controllers Office in the Court House. Un- lontown. Pa. until 10 A M Wednesday. March 9, 1938, for furnishing one (1) one- half ton trucK for the use of the Road Department. Each bidder Is to make a trade In allowance on one five passenger Chevrolet Sedan The Commissioners reserve the right to reject any or all bids. Albert Montgomery. County Controller mar-1-3-7 THERE ARE many things obtainable through the Classified Ads that it would ba difficult to let in any other way. Auctions--Legals Legal Notices. 91 NOTICE TO BIDDERS. THE CONTROLLER OF FAYETTE County utll receive bids at the Controller* Office in the Court House, Un- lontown. Pa, until 10 A. M. Wednesday. March 9, 1938, for furnishing one seven 7 passenger RUtomobUe for the use of the County Commissioners Each bidder IK to make a trade-in allowance for one Chevrolet Coupe. The Commissioners reserve the right to reject any or all bids. Albert Montgomery, County Controller. mar-I-3-7. Perryopolis Fine Arts, Other Clubs Conduct Meetings Special to The Courier. PERRYOPOLIS, March 3.--The Fine Arts Club met Monday night at the homo of Mrs. Frank Siiley. The program consisted o£ n review o£ the opera "Aida," by Verdi, with phono- fiinph records of some of the music, by Mn. McClain Post. This was followed by two piano selections by Miss Renna Kamcrer and by roll call by the members. Missionary Society Hears Talks. The Missionary Society o£ the Christian Church met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Howard Adims. Miss Beatrice Williams, program leader, had arranged talks on the Mohammedans by Mis. O. A. Luce, Mrs L V. Lepley and Mrs. R. W. Echard. The society has made arrangements for a demonstration by a Pittsburgh store at 2 o'clock the afternoon ot March 22 in the chutch parlors. On March 24 there will be a brotherhood dinner at the church to which all membrcs are Invited. At D. A. It. Meeting. Mrs. Ralph Cox attended a meeting of the Giejt Meadows Chapter of the D. A. R. in Umontown on Tuesday aftcinoon At Uducation Convention. Principal Earl E. Curtis left Friday night for Atlantic City to attend the National Education Association convention Choir Organised. A choir has been organized in the Union Sunday School of Whitsett. Miss Ada Buttcrmorc is the director and Mrs. Elmer Kcrsten is pianist. Personals. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Adams and daughter, Helen, of Monessen, former residents, visited Mr. and Mnr. Joshua Layhew Tuesday evening. · Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Waugh and children drove to Delmont Tuesday to visit the former's mother, Mrs. Mary Waugh. Mr. and Mrs. E H. Evcy and children spent Sunday in Gr*ensburg visiting Mr. Evcy's mother, Mrs. George Hazel. Mrs-. Martin Picrsol is in Point Marion on a private nursing case. Mrs. B. M. "Wade, who has been til for several weeks, is reported to be much improved. P. John Hosenic, Arthur Hcscnic and Joseph Hazy are spending the week in Washington, D. C., on a sight-seeing and business icip, Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Martin, of Shickshmny spent the week-end with the former's parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Martin. Milton Carson of Washington, D. C., spent the week-end here with his family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blacka and children of Faiihopc visited Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Barnes Saturday. Mrs. I. H. Baush, Mrs. Ernest Barnes, Mrs. William Murphy and Blanche Murphy attended the missionary meeting of Franklin Church Saturday afternoor at the home of. Mrs John Allen of Smodc. Miss Florence Schracder of Johnstown was a guest of Miss Alta Pore over the week-end. Mrs. William Murphy and daughter, Blanche, spent Sunday in Wash^" mgton visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dwight I^urphy. Huge Surplus of Potatoes. Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture reports that on January 1 there were 108,936,000 bushels of merchantable potatoes available for sa^e in the United States or 26 per cqnt more than on January a year ago , Republic Cuts Salaries. CLEVELAND, Mar. 3--Republic Steel Corpotation announced the working week for otuce employes has been icduecd from live and a half days to five days, automatically reducing their income S 1-11 per cept.

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