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PAGE EIGHTEEN. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVIOLK, PA. FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 193S. Courier Classified Advertisements - For Quick Results Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c cash; 7c charge. -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. 1 and 2 Times: r=i Ads to Be Run 3 Times: ,-, Per line. 9o cash; lOc charge. ^ Per lÂ£ne, 7c cash; 8c charge. -These Rates Are Based On Consecutive insertions. There are five (5) average words to each line. "Cards of THanfe," 50c Flat Rate. Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker. Special--Your Ad Inserted "7" Times for the Price of Six!--Spec/a/No Ad. Is Taken For Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Flowers and Mourning Goods 4 BASKETS SPRAYS AT REASONABLE PRICES1 P. R. DcMUTH SONS . SCOTTDALE-- SM Automotive Automobiles for Sale U SPECIAL GOOD NEWS TO CAR BUYERS 1 Automotive Automobiles (or Salo 11 Funeral Directors --SIBEL FUNERAL HOME-The Last Word In Funeral Service." CALL. CONNELLSVILLE 150. j Personals 7 \ MAN--Get vigor at once! New Ostrcx j Tonic Tablets ."contain raw oyster in- | vigorators and other stimulants. One- dose peps up organ;.. glands blood. Regular price 31. Special price 89c. Call, write Union Drug Co. 5 it's National Used Car Exchanpc Week. i WE HAVE PftlCED--Our whole used car j stock down to the point where every } car we're offering 1% n real Bargain I Strayed. Lost, Found 10 LOST--Larfie, black and white, male Setter. Wade Marietta.' 404 Wills Road. City. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 WE OFFER YOU EVERY USED CAR AT A BARGAIN PRICE! For 7 Da.s Only, During SEE US NOW AND SAVE MONEY I 1D37 Lincoln Zephyr Sedan cauippcd with Radio and Heater. 1930 Fora Deluxe Coupe. 1935 Ford Deluxe 4-door Sedan. Original owner, low mileage and In the very be*rt of condition. 2-1934 Ford Coupes, thoroughly reconditioned nnd ready to Â£O. 1528 Chevrolet Coach. Ideal for driving to work--$40. 1937 Ford Deluxe 4-door Touring Sedan. Original owner. 1931 Ford '^-ton Panel Truck. 4-1931 Ford Model A Tudor Sedan, Take your choice. 1932 Ford Coupe. 1936 Ford Deluxe Tudor Tourinc Sedan. Like New. 4-1934 Ford Deluxe 2-door Sedans. 1933 Ford Deluxe 4-rtoor Sedan equipped with Radio. . 1935 Ford Deluxe 2-door Sedan. 1P37 Ford 85 Standard 2-door Sedan. 1934 Ford Victoria Coupe. WEEK March Slh to March 12th.' 7 NATIONAL USED CAR EXCHANGE/ W A Â« _ , ,, , ,, ,,,,Â»..- * \VTr.K - - - . WAPnTED--We arc willinf! to 1138 Fords and Lincoln-Zephyr Cnrn on Hood Into model Used Cars. Sec us today for a good trade-in allowance. BE AMAZED--At th* LOW ' Never before have VTP-offered YOU'LL prices! uch GENUINE VALUES.-Evory car Jn good condition . . . many~ guaranteed . . . and a large selection to choose Jrom. This is a SPECIAL SALE! You'll MVC real money, by coming to ace. us" today. AVe arc also offering especially Kood trade-In allowances. SEE THESE CARS! 3936 Chevrolet Deluxe Coupe equipped with heater. 1935 Chevrolet Town Deluxe Sedan with Radio and Heater. Â· 1937 Chevrolet Master Sport Sedan equipped with Radio and Heater. 1935 Dodge Coupe with Radio. Heater and Sport Light. 1936 Plymouth Coupe w,'th a Good Heater. 1937 Chevrolet Deluxe Sport Sedan equipped with a complete line of accessories, idle and Heater. OTHER F,XCELLENT BUYS! 1934 Chevrolet Master Coupe. 1934 Chevrolet Sport Sedan. 1332 Ford 4-CyIindcr Coupe. 3932 Chevrolet Master Coupe. 1931 Ford 4-cylinder Coupe. 1936 Chevrolet Town Sedan. ALSO--We ave on hand, nine uied Trucks, ranging from *j-ton to l^-ton . capacJtJM.vThcy have been thoroughly reconditioned and ready for the road Let us make a deal today I Very. Very Easy TcrmM MASON MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED CHEVROLET SALES SERVICE. 127 WEST APPLE STREET. PHONE 105. Open Evcnlngsl Open Sundays! You_JMamc ThÂ« Terms! - - WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED" FORD tc LINCOLN DEALERS. W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 407. Open Evenings--Open Sunday. NATIONALISED CAR EXCHANGE WEEK BARGAINSI Now Is The Time To Get A Better Used Cnr For Less* Money! TlfE FOLLOWING THREE CARS-- Are Personally Endorsed by Mr. E. E. Van Scoy and when sold will carry a CO Day Guarantee! 1936 Hudson Sedan equipped wi\h Radio and Jrtatcr. Has low mllejKc. Will Sell at . . M5D50 1935 Tcrraplanc Deluxe Sedan, for only . . . 539950 1935 Tcrraplane Deluxe Coupe with Radio and Heater. Will be sold for $379.50 OTHER EXCELLENT BARGAINSI 1934 Ford Deluxe Sedan . . 523750 1933 Plymouth Deluxe Sedan . . . $239 .10 1933 Chevrolet Matter Coach _. . $199.50 1935 Hudson 8 Custom Sedan . $139 50 1035 Tcrraplane Deluxe Coach equipped with Trunk and Heater .. $379 50 1934 Tcrraplnne Major Compartment Sedan. An exceptional good buy. hat low mlleaKC $32930 1933 Terraplane Deluxe Sedan Very Low Tcrmf Arranged! - E. E, VAN SCOY. INC HUDSON and TERRAPLAN'E SALES SERVICE. 259 'E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243. . NATIONAL USED CAR EXCHANGE. WEEK MARCH 5th TO MARCH 12th. 1937 Chrysler Imperial 4-door Touring Sedan. Equipped with, over-drive, heater and radio. Low mileage S7D5 1935 Ford Special 7-pnsscnRer 4-door Touring Sedan. Has Radio, Heater and Airwhcel Tin-i . . $374 1934 Tcrraplant? Business Coup* with heater. Low mileage . ,, . $^49 1935 Dodge- Business Coupe, equipped ' with Heater. Low mileage . S374 1034 P. E. Plymouth deluxe 2-door Sedan with Heater and Seat Covers . $310 1933 P. D Plymouth deluxe 4-door Sedan with Heater. Very low milcag? $245 The above cars will be shown curbstone display -- between Place- and Falrvlew Avenue--tomorro 1 and all next week. Many other cart, marked at new low prices, arc shown on our display floor at Hillcrcst. Terms! Demonstrations! Trades! LAWRENCE GALLEY CHRYSLER A: PLYMOUTH SALES Â·: SERVICE. HII.LCREST On ConneJlsvlllc-Scottdalc RoacJ PHONE 1073. In our Church THE YEAR'S BEST USED CAR BUYS ARE ON SALE NOW Scp Our Display! 1S36 Bulck 4-door Sedan .. . . J550 1930 Bulck Coupe 40 .. $500 1932 Bulck 57 4-door Sedan . . . . S200 1932 Ford 2-door Sedan . . $125 7033 Pontlac 2-door Sedan . ,,. S225 1934 Chrysler 4-door Sedan . . M Very Easy Terms Arranged! Towing Anywhere Anytime! VOUCH MOTOR COMPANY. 316 So. PITTSnURG ST PHONE 8 . . . We Never Clo-ie . . . NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED-1934 Hudson 4-door Sedan. Paint. Up- 1 holstery and tires, all like new. Original I Owner. Equipped with Kadlo and ! Heater. Terms can be arranged. Divitl Wcrthcimer, Jr.. 70S South Plttsburg ' Street. Phono 660-J. , Financial Need Money SHORT OF CASH In This Short Month? Get a Personal Loan here. Only ONE thing needed:--the ability to repay itmall. regular amounts on any loan plan you select. Come In NOW1 LOANS up to $300--ALL PLANS. PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY Over McCrory's Store. Phone 34. WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE. Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 WE ARE QUITTING BUSINESS! MUST SELL ENTIRE STOCK1 !00 Straw Hats. $3.50 value 75 Bathing Suits 75 Silk Wool Scarfs, S3 150 Men's Suits 50 Top Coats Overcoats 100 Men's Summer Suits 200 Men's Felt lints _. 175 Pr. Freeman Shoes 100 Sweaters and Jackets . t. each . . 98 50c to $1 95 values, ea. 5c - . $15 !2 $12.75 to J22 5 $5 to $12 5C $1.29 to $2.55 $285 to $4 US $1.19 to $3.4 WILL SELL VERY BEASONABLE-Show Cases. Tables. Counters, Window Fixtures. Shelving, Cash Registers, Mir rors. Safe, Benches and Etc. DAVID WERTMEIMKR. JR. 706 S. PITTSBURG ST. ' PHONE 660-J FOR SALE--Automatic Dclco Plant, A condition, w i t h new heavy duty hat teries. Calvin Myers, Acme, Pa. FOR SALE--I Electric Hedge Cutter Cheap for quick pale. Phone 1864. Barter and Exchancc 51-A UNUSUAL BARGAINS OJl TRADES--I all the remaining stock of the Frtsbe Hardware Store. Stove Pipe; Spikes Screws: Paint: Horse Shoes; Hay Forks Oil La/np Shades: Flat Wrenches Grate Bars and Fire Pots; Baby Chic Supplies: Garden Seed:,: 3 Countc Scales. GJS Garage Heater; ^-to Chain Block: etc. Many other Usefi: items for .sale or trade. Also, BalcÂ« Hay and Straw, for s.ilc. WANT TO BUY--Used Oliver 1 horse plow. Inquire, Quality Fruit Market. 127 W. Cr.-iwford Avc. or phone. John Frlsbec. 331. FINE LATE MODEL USED CARS E. E. VAN SCOY. INC, 259 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PUOXE 243. LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 156 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234. ,LL CAR CHAINS II OFF1 ALL CAR HEATERS K OFF! STORAGE BATTERY (EXCH.) .. _ . $3.39 IOTOR OIL, 2 GALLONS 79c \LCO11OL. PER GALLON .. 59c FOG LIGHTS . , PER PAIR, $4.75 B BATTERIES - _ . S3c MIDGET RADIOS . S12SS JJP LOWEST PRICES. AUTO PARTS. TIRHS, RADIO TUBES A ACCESSORIES. COLDE TIRK A: RADIO COMPANY. 126 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 10. LATE MODEL USED CARS1 HETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO. SCOTTDALE. PENNA. PHONE 407 TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 12 Ifc 28 24 34- :Â· 29 i\ ACL 22 41 ACROSS 1--Punctua- 31--Second note of the' scale .33---Part of a curved line 35--Name ap- Â·pllcd to New' York political tloa mark 6--Pawn (slang) 11--Punctuation mark 12--River in Livonia. 14--Twitching 15--Occasion 16--Break Into fragments 19--Medical suffix 20--Egyptian god 21--Exclamation of disgust 23--Public notioÂ«4--Those" 21--Cocky skilled In 2C--A foreman logic 2S--Pronoun 44--Short poems J9--Title of re- 45--Bury spcct DOWN- 2--A bone able 3--Alphabet!- 6--Fiery cal charac- 7--Potpourri 38--Oldest division of the European Jurassic system 40--River in Scotland 41--Co-ordinat- ing conjunction press dough (variant) 10--Punctua- 30--Unit dlame- tcra 32--Kind of musical Instrument 34--An enclosure' 36--Humble 37--Negative reply tlon mark 13--Exclamation 17--Form of "to be" 18--Steal 22--Distress organization t 24--Punctuation mark 39--Little sirl 25--A small case 43--Southeast 27--Ocean (abbr.) 28--Shout aloud Answer to prcvtoui [ni/.zlc ters 4--Leave out Â£--Punctuation marks 6--More agree-, t--To work and. SS Vfit A/ Autos, Accessories, Tires, Parts IS Farm and Dairy Products 53 SOMERSET POTATOES GRADED--Â»lji per bag. Ko. 2 potatoes, 75c per bap. Apples, 30c per bushel. Phone 835-R. 413 E. Washington Avc. Business Service Business Service Offered IS !AI.L K1SHEB--FOR AWNINGS. . PUtl- NITUHK KEPA1H1NC . . UPHOLSTER. ING. QUALITY WORK. PHONE 9045. il OILS--And makes minor adjustments on any newinc machine In your home. Ports extra. Phone 850. Trouiman's. Insurance and Surely Ronds 23 INSURANCE ALL, KINDS EXCEPT LIFE FAYETTK REALTY CO PHONE 1315., T. D. GARDNER, WGII. RELIABLE INSURANCE -- All kinds. James R. 1-iuchUn--INSURANCE. Sec me for rates. 309 Flrbt National Bonk Building. Phone 520. Moving, Trucking, Storage 25 MR. FARMER KERBS MONEY IN YOTO POCKET! Why not run a small Inexpensive Classified Ad In our Classified Section which will find M market for your farm products, your live clock, your farm 'mplcmcntji. and household coods? You will find many people \vho want to buy the many things you have for Ealcl The Dally Courier has a Irge rural circulation which makes It tho popular choice Â· 8monÂ£ tho fanners and assures you that your message will reach tho people who aro In the market for your products. You Will Find: Our r.tes In the above Classllled heading. All Classified Ads ar* payable In advancel Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 56 COAL--Best Kr.idc 9-ft. coal. Any amount delivered. Sand, cement and building supplies Prompt delivery, Gerald Schomcr. Phone 1001. EXCELLENT GRADE--9 Ft. CoklnR Coal. 13c delivered Georfje W. Korns, Phone 4121-R-ll. GENUINK WASHINGTON RUN COAL-Wm. Dull and Son. Phone Conncllwlllc 307: Dauson 3261 or SG31. EVERY LOAD INJURED 1 Long dblancc and local moving. Modern storaKC for household Kcods. We do crating for shipment by rail. Dull's Transfer A Storage. Phone 50. 122 E. Peach street. Printing, Engraving. Bin flier 27 E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUR PRINTING WORKI Letter Heads!--Bill Heads! For Rent Cards!--For Sale Cards! Calling Cardsl--Hand Bills!--Binding! No Trebpas^ng signs For Salel All Work Guaranteed! At Reasonable Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT PHONE 05 COURIER BLDG. OR PHONE RESIDENCE. 91. COAL--Good black lumpy run of mine, lOc bu.*.hcl delivered. Cash. Koballa BIOS. Phone 2037. Houchold Goods FOR SALEI -- FOR SALE I BARGAINS--In all kinds ol used furniture Including washing machlnCfa. Also flat top desks, adding machines and typewriters. | DULL'S STORAGE 122 EAST PEACH STREET. PHONE. 50. Professional Services 28 CHAPTER 36 "BUT, PICON," I began, scarcely able to wait until we were out ot earshot of the cottage, "how did you know thatjyou would get your Information Uicrc,i of all places?" I '[ ' "Mon ami,' are youj really so Bhort-slghtfid? Could you not see that it Is the only houso near a point trom which one would notice that the flag on tho tower was at halU-mast?" "Picon! You're a genius!" I exclaimed, and did not grumble at the long walk home. "And now," said Picon, "for a little 1 must think, and then, perhaps, all Is complete. Voyons. Amor Picon will not be so far behind, after alL There Is light now. Oh yes, my frlond, plenty of light. A little thought, and I see all. A most Ingenious crime. A most ingenious crime." "Well, I wish I could sec anything at all. If this visit of. Fel- lowcs' and Enid's means so much, Â·what waa Fellowes doing with that other pair this morning T Perhaps it was a murder by a sort of committee, Picon?" I suggested, conscious that my guesses were getting wilder and wildor, as tho evidence grew more conÂ» fused. "Perhaps they were Â«// In it?" M. Picon smiled. "No. I do not think they were all in It," he said. "Then ... but hong it all, Picon, I don't believe you'vo solved it otter all. You may havo discovered who had the best motives, but what none of you seem to think about Is that room. It was bolted, I tell you. and I never moved from the door while Williams searched it. How arc you going to explain that? You may have proved that Fellowes was lying when he said he never took Knid that afternoon, but how will that help you? You've got to explain a miracle." "No, mon ami. TlÂ« miracle would be if Madame Thurston lived, not that she is dead. This scheme was irresistible, and il seemed undiscovcrable. But II was worked out without remembering Amcr ' Picon--the grcai Amer Picon. For your police-- pah! It would never have been discovered. But tonight you shal sec. I will tell you all you want to know. Everything shall be made plain to you. I promise.' "If you do that you're Â» won* dcr. Do you know sometimes lately I have almost begun to agree with Williams, that there was something sinister, something occult?" "Sinister, yes. But there was no magic here," said M. Picon, as we reached the outskirts of our own village. 11. Picon left me in the Tillage, where he was staying, and I hurried on towards the house alone It was dusk now and in the autumn breeze, which had risen with the evening, the trees cracked and swayed. I was thinking how pleasant It would bo to warm my hands, over a Ore and drink some hot tea, when I noticed something in the rood before me which first seemed too shapeless for a human being, M thougtl a sock o coals had become animated an was moving forward between the hedges. As I came nearer I recognised Jfgr. Smith. I had noticed that people who had not the advantage of a long acquaintance with him, often ex pressed a wholly superfluous pity for the little man who hud th trick of appearing vague and In eftcctuaL So I was detcrmincc not to sympathize with him over I could soo that Mgr. Smith was smiling. the fact that both Lord Simon and I M. Picon bad got ahead of him, cst I should find myself looking foolish when ho revealed that he aad solved the problem long ago. Besides. Dr. Tntc, the local Q. P, was with him, and addressed me at once. "I have been telling our friend here," he sold, 'of a rather curious legend connected with this village. I thought it might be rather In bis line." I could see that Mgr. Smith was smiling at that, but he made no reply and Dr. Tatc continued. "The archaeologists call it the story of tho Angel of Death," he said, "but I don't know how that name was first used. It seems that tho story itself had, been handed down from medieval times, when the house that is now called Tlpton Farm House was the only habitation of any size about here, and must have been something like a small castle. It was in ruins for centuries, and rebuilt in Georgian times. If you go there any time you can see that some of tho wJIs aro three feet thick. What those walls could tell!" "Why?" asked Mgr. Smith innocently. "Does their thickness mean that they arc tho kind of walls which have cars?" Dr. Tatc continued. "I forget the name of the family," he admitted, "but they were, of course. Catholics, and had all the faith of people of your religion in bogeys, and what not." "Bogeys?" asked Mgr. Smith. "Well, you know ths sort of thing." "I'm afraid I don't," Â»aid Mgr. Smith. "Well, hang it, do you believe In devils?" challenged Dr. Tatc. "Do you believe In germs?" retorted Mgr. Smith. Dr. Tnte decided to leave this treacherous ground. , "At all events, the members of this family were superstitious. And the head ot It, Sir Giles something or other, was tho most superstitious of all. For years before he finally died, he claimed to have visions ot tho death that awaited him. It was no ordinary death. . . .' "What is an ordinary death T" asked Mgr. Smith. "Well--death from some Illness . . . death in bed." 'I see. An ordinary death is one in which the deceased was attended by a doctor, perhaps?" "Yes. No. I mean . . . wen, whatever an ordinary death may be, the death visualized for himself by Sir Giles was very far from ordinary. He said he could see him coming--the Angel of Death himself. He came through the air on great black wings. Ho was clad in black from head to foot, and he held a sword in his hand." "What was the sword for?." asked Mgr. Smith. "To strike with." "I see. I thought ita use might bo to perform an operation." "Sir Giles saw thia a number of times--always the same. The Angel of Death came winging through the air from a great distance, and camo to avenge hlm~ self on tho unfortunate Sir Giles." "To avenge himself? What had Sir Giles done to him, then?'* asked Mgr. Smith. "He was a very loose-living old fellow. And these visions were a good deal a source of repentance. He seemed to think that the Angel of Death would strike him for hla sins. Mind you, I'm only telling you the local story." "I know. I hope it has a happy ending." "At lost, it seemed, the Angel of Death struck. The old man had been behaving outrageously, even according to the standards of those days. And he seemed to expect that he would suffer for It. Ho sold that he had seen the black wings beating their way nearer several times. And at last one evening he went up into a tower of his castle alone, and did not reappear for some hours. Tho household grew anxious, and presently one of his sons went up to look for him. He found tho old man lying in his own blood on the floor of the topmost room, not quite dead, but on the point ot expiry." (To Be Continued) Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board 68 JOHNSTON AVENUE. 507--Nice size bedroom suitable for two persons. ladlcH or ficntlcmen. Rent reasonable. Ust of phone. Phone 532. Rooms for Housekeeping 69 TWO OR THREE--Unfurnlt-hed rooms for HKht housekeeping 1101 Vine St. Phone HD9-M. FOR RENT--Two nicely furnished rooms for IJRhl housekeeping. Central location. 232 E. Crawford Avc. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats FOR RENT--Apartments. Inquire Smutz Apartment Building. 715 Crawford Avenue, West Side. KOR RENT--Six room apartment on South Side. Can occupy at once. Robert Norrls. Phone 505. STORE WIDE REDUCTIONS ON ALL FURNITURE, RUGS AND STOVES. COME INI SEE! AND SAVE! LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES MERVIS FURNITURE COMPANY NORTH PITTSBURG ST. PHONE 2020 YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE! Wanted--To Buy 66 CORRECT FITTING TRUSSES -- Elastic Hosiery ~and other surgical ipplianccs. A. A Clarke, PH.G. Druggist 323 North Plttsburc street Pnone 194. Repairing and Rcflnisliing 29 UPHOLSTERING--Repairs, lactory methods Aunincs. slip covers. Latest fabrics. Rudolph's. 131 E Fairvicw Ave Phone 1317-J. Employment Help Wanted--Male 33 WANTED--Fuller B r u ' l i Dealer for Con"- ndlbUlle territory Write Sales Division. Box 302. Vandcrbllt, Pj. CASH IS WHAT WE PAY- BRING TO ALL YOUR LARGE CLEAN WHITE RAGS TO Tlffi DAILY COURIER OFFICE TO- DAY AND WE WILL PAY YOU "5c" PER POUND WHY NOT LOOK AROUND AND MAKE YOUKSELt SOME SPENDING MONEY??? IN A PINCH use a Claiilflcd Ad. SIX ROOM APARTMENT--Furnished, in dountown location. Available at once. Apply Paramount Theatre. Business Places for Rent 75 FOR RENT--Storeroom in Smuti Bulld- intf. Possession March 15th, Inquire 717 Crawford Avenue, West Side. FOR RENT--Cunningham shop, suitable for car btoragc or work shop. Inquire 31G Oden street. Houses tor Rent 77 FOR RENT--Five rooms, bath, large porch and yard, In Greenwood. Inquire 12C E. Fairview Avenue. Estate for Sale Brokers ID Real Estate PROPERTIES FOR SALE OR RENT I T. C. PHAL.IN. SO. CONN ELLS VILLE. PA. PHONE 375. Real Estate for Sale Houses for Salo HAVE THE SATISFACTION OF OWNING A REAL IIOMGI SIX ROOMS--Bath, Knrjgc. heater. Attractive location., paved street. Owner leaving city. "A 'real bargain to quick buyer. A DUPLEX--Real Investment, Have a home and let it pay for itself. Let us tell you how. PETER R. WEIMEB. WEIMER ARCADE. LET ME SHOW "YOU THIS PROPERTY. TWELVE ROOM DOUBLE HOUSE--Located on the West Side. Bath, heater, all modern. Owner is willing to cell his property very reasonable. Immediate posbebiion. Terms cn be 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 East Patterson ana one on South Arch Street. All in good repair. Robert Norrls, Phone 505. SEE THIS PROPERTYl SYCAMORE STREET--Six room frame houM?, basement, vapor steam heat, all conveniences Two car garage. Can arrange suitable ternH. WM. P. McNTJLTY EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 17CO. Auctions--Legals Legal Notices. 31 NOTICE. TO CREDITORS AND STOCKHOLD- ers of Yough Browing Company, a Corporation:-- You arc hereby notified that The District Court of the United States for- the Western District of Pennsylvania, on February 21, 1938. entered an order at No. 2012Q in Bankruptcy approving the petition of Youfih Brewing Company as properly filed under Section 7TB of the Bankruptcy Act as amended June 7. 1934. and in good faith, erjinting leave to submit and file a plan of organization, con- tiiTuinp the company In possession of its property, authorizing it to continue and conduct the corporation's business, restraining all creditors, officers, agent* and employees of the Corporation from interfering with the conduct and operation of its affairs ftnd fixing Friday. March 18, 1938, at 10 o'clock A. M. at the Federal Building. Grant Street. Pittsburgh. Pa., as the time and place for hearing of the matter contained in said petition, at which time and place you may attend and be heard 1Â£ you KO desire. Yough, Brewing Company, By H. F. TIppmann, President, March 1, 1938. 4mar-2tvfri. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. ESTATE OF HARRY RINGLER. LATE of ConnellsvlUe, Faycttc County, Pa., de- cc.icd. Letter^ of Administration In the above estate having been granted to the undersigned, notice is hereby Riven to all person* Indebted to the said decedent to make payment to the undersigned without delay .and all persons having claims or demands against raid estate are requested to make known the same. J \V.ird H. Rinfilcr. Administrator, 1011 Aetna Street, ConnellsvlUe. Pa. Fred E Younkin, Attorney. 25feb.Bt-fri. Farms and Land for Sale S3 j FOR SALE--Five room house, bath, heater and tfarafio. Opden Street. $1.500. Robert NorrK Phone 505. FARM FOR SALE! 60 ACRES--Six room hou^c, good barn, electricity, on good road. Evcr thing in A No.-I condition Immediate possession for $5,500 E. F. DeWITT SCOTTDALE, PENNA. PHONE 43. Lots For Sale 85 THERE ARE many thing* obtainable through the Classified Ads that It would be difficult to get in any other iy ECONOMY OF TIME, money and effort results from Classified rcadJng. SEVERAL NICE BUILDING LOTSI FOR SALE--At Poplar Grove. 60x140 It City water and gas, telephone service, near Street Car line and highway. If you arc Interested In good building lots at real Bargain Prices, sec C. fl. McCormick, Poplar Grove. Phone. Con- ncJIsvJlle. 12D4-J. or write Post Offlce Box 144. Connellsville, Pa. AN AD A DAY keeps hard times away. Let us explain our yearly Classified rale. DRSKHTION NOTICE. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: MY wile. Lyda Snydcr. having left my bed and board without just cause or provocation, I will not be responsible for any bills contracted by her. S. S. Snydcr. Indian Head. Pa.' 18foh-3t-frl. IN DOING business wie Classified Way you are influenced to buy nothing except your own needs and the value ot the goods offered IF YOU DONT sec what you want in tills section, advertise for it Phone, 12 or 13 for an ad-taker. REMEMBER, our special offer. We will run your ad seven times (or Ite vtfce ot six. PATRONIZE uiosc -wao Â»dvextl*e.