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PAGE KIGHT. THJS DAILY CUDK1JSK, UONNI'Jbl/SVlLLE, PA. SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1033. Courier C/assi/ieof 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 line, 7c cash; Sc charge. tn Ads to bo Run ft Times or More: Per line, 6c cash; 7c charge. These Rates Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. i There are five (5) average wor^to each line. * ; 'Cards-of TKqnks," 50c Flat Rate. ' Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker. Spec/a/--Your Adlnserted "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 Gooda 4 BASKETS SPAAYS -AT REASONABLE PIWCES1 " P. R. DcMUTH SONS SCOTTDALE--834 ~ Automotive Automobiles tot *SaIe II wfe OI*FER VOU . .."·"··... EVERY USED CAR AT -A BARGAIN FHICEl£_~ " For 7 Days Only, During _; -^ KATIONAL USED CAR EXCHANGE.." WEEK . _ _ _ March 5th to" March I2th YOU1J- BE AMAZED--At the IXJW prices! Never be/ore have we offered such GENUINE VALUES. Every car In good condition . . * many guaranteed . . . and a large selection to choose from. This Is a SPECIAL SALEI You'll save real money by coming to sec us today. We are also oflfcrtne especially Kood trade-In Allowance* SEE THESE CARS! 1936 Chevrolet Deluxe Coupe equipped ~wlth heater. ·*" 1305 Chevrolet Town Deluxe Sedan with T Radio" and Beater. 1937 Chevrolet Master Sport Sedan equipped with Radio and Heater,/ 1935 Dodge Coupe with Radio. Heater and Sport Light 1936 Plymouth Coupe with it Good Heater. 1937 Chevrolet Deluxe -Sport Sedan equipped with a complete line of , 'accessories. Radio and Heater. OTHER EXCELLENT BUYS! -1934 Chevrolet Master Coupe. 1934 Chevrolet Sport Sedan. 1032 Ford 4-CylInder Coupe 1932 Chevrolet Master Coupe. 1931 Ford ^-cylinder Cotfpc. 103$ Chevrolet Town Sedan ALSO--We ave on hand, nine used Trucks, ranging from ',-Jon to 1',2-ton capacity. They have been thoroughly reconditioned and ready for the road Let us make a deal today! Very. Very Easy'Terms! MASON MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED CHEVROLET SALES SERVICE 127 WEST APPLE STREET, PHONE 105 Open Evenings! Open Sundays! Automotive Automobiles for Sale SPECIAL GOOD NEWS TO CAR BUYERS I It's National Used Car Exchange Week. WE HAVE PRICED--Our whole used car stock down to the point vhcrc every car we're olTerins Is a real Bargain I SEE US NOW - AND SAVE MONEY I 1937 Lincoln Zcphr Sedan equipped with Radio and Heater. 1930 Ford Dcluxo Coupt*. 1935 Ford Deluxe 4-door Sedan. Original owner, low mileage and In the very best oi condition. 2-3934 Ford Coupes, thoroughly reconditioned and ready to KO. JP23 Chevrolet Coach Ideal for driving to work--?4D. 1937 Ford Deluxe -indoor Touring Sedan, Original owner. 131 Ford *fc-ton Panel Truck 4-1931 Ford Model A Tudor Sedan. Take our choice. 1932 Ford Coupe 1036 Ford Deluxe Tudor Touring Sedan. Like New. 4-1934 Ford Deluxe 2-door Sedans. 1933 Ford Deluxe 4-door Sedan equipped with Radio. 1935 Ford Deluxe 2-door Sedan. 1037 Ford B5 Standard 2-door Sedan. 1034 Ford Victoria Coupe. WANTED--We are willing 1o trade new 1938 Fords and Lin coin-Zephyr Cars on good late model Used Cars Sec us today tor a good trade-in allowance. You Name The Terms I WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED FORD LINCOLN DEALERS W CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 407. Optn Evenings--Open Sundays THE YEAR'S BEST USED CAR BUYS ARE ON SALE NOW See Our Display I 1936 Bulck 4-door Sedan 3036 Buick Coupe 40 .. ,, 3P32 Bulck 57 4-door Sedan -.. JSKJ2 Ford 2-door Sedan ,, » _ 1933 Pontlac 2-door Sedan 1934 Chrysler 4-door Sedan . Very Easy Terms Arranged I Towing Anywhere $550 , , J500 , . $200 , ?]2j I $225 ' $400 NATIONAL USED CAR EXCHANGE 'WEEK MARCH 5th TO MARCH 12th ! 1937 Chr r ler Imperial 4-door Touring { Sedan. Equipped with over-drive. heater and radio Low mileage 5795 1935 Ford Special 7-passengcr 4-door Tourlnff Sedan Has Radio, Heater and Ainvhccl Tires .. - $374 1934 TerrapJane Business Coupe with heater. Low mileage _ ' $249 1935 Dodge Business Coupe, equipped with Heater. Low mileage $374 1934 P. E. PI mouth deluxe 2-door Scdin xvith Heater and Scat Covers $310 1933 P. D PImouth deluxe 4-door Sedan ·with Heater. Very low mileage ?245 The above cars will be shown In our curbstone displiy -- betw ccn Church Place and FaJrview A\cnue--tomorrow and all next 'week. Many other car*, marked at new low price*, nre shown on our display floor at Htllcicst. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 NATIONAL USED CAR EXCHANGE WEEK BARGAINS I Now Is The Time To Get A Better Used Car For Lets Monc 1 THE FOLLOWING THREE CARS--Are Personally Endorsed by Mr. E E. Vnn Scoy and uhcn sold v-ill carry * 80 Day Guarantee! 1936 Hudson Sedan equipped with Radio and Heater Has low mileage. Will Sell ot . $559.50 1035 Tcrrnplane Deluxe Sedan, for only - - $39950 1935 Tc-raplanc Deluxe Coupe with Rndfo and Heater. Will be sold lor $379.50 OTHER EXCELLENT BARGAINS 1 1934 Ford Deluxe Sedan . ,,....,, $237.50 1933 Plymouth Deluxe Sedan $239.50 1033 Chevrolet Master Coach $19950 1935 Hudson B Custom Sedan $430.50 3S33 Tcrraplane Deluxe Coach equipped with Trunk nnd Heater $370 50 1934 Tcrraplane Major Compartment Sedan. An exceptional good buy. has low mileage - $329 SO 1933 Tcrraplane Deluxe Sedan $259 50 Very Low Terms Arranged! E E VAN SCOY, INC HUDSON and TERRAPLANE SALES SERVICE 259 E CRAWFORD AVE. PUOXE 243. Business Service Professional Services PRIVATE DETECTIVE--Frank E Corwin, private invcstlcitlon. criminal and civil Professional shndow v,ork Telephone, Day Time. McKccsport, 4300 Night, 3G16. CORRECT FITTING TRUSSES -- Elastic Hosiery and other surgical appliances A. A. Clirke. PH G. Druggist 323 North Plttsburc street Phone 104. Repairing and lie finish! np 29 UPHOLSTERING--Repairs, factory rneth od* Awnings, slip covers Latest fabrics Rudolph's. 131 E. Falrvlew Ave. Phono 1S17-J. Employment Uclp Wanted--Female ADDRESS ENVELOPES HOME FOR US --Good pay. Experience unnece^ary. Wonderful opportunity Everything supplied Nationwide Distributors, 401 Broadway, N. Y. WANTED--Girl for cooking nnd down- stiiM work in Charlerol State rcfcr- cncci, v-nges, etc, to Box 27, care Courier. Help Wanted--Male 33 WANTED--Fuller Brush Dealer for Con- nclKville territory. Write Sales Division. Box 302, VanderbUt Pa WANTED--Elderly man for night work in hotel. Pcnn Conncll Hotel. Financial Anytlmel YOUGH MOTOR COMPANY 316 So. P1TTSBURG ST. PHONJB 8, We Never Close . , . FINE LATE MODEL USED CARS LATE MODEL USED CARS) E. E. VAN SCOY. INC HETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO. 259 E, CRAWFORD AVK. PHONE 243 j SCOTTDALE. PENNA. PHONE 407. Terms! Demonstrations! Tradcsl LAWRENCE GALLEY CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH SALES A: SFRVICE HILLCRFST On ConncHsvJJJc-Scottdale Road. PHONE 1073. LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 256 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234 IN A PINCH use a Classified Ad PATRONIZE moa who advertise. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1--To look on a plant steadily 23--On flrc with satis- 25--Undo faction 28--Little child B--Pertaining: 31--Small to the «un bronze coins «--No (slangl of India 10--One-soot in 32-^-Mode haate cards" _ 3--Short poem 12--Bustle 35--Affix 13--Form ot the 37--East by ^ verb "to be" northeast 14--Wager (abbr.) 15--Sailor 38--Guided- 16--Modes 3»--Born- ^ IS--South 40--Unaccus- American tomed republic 41--Test 19--Scrutinize 42--Foul 20--Short spines DOWN 1--Chew upon 7--Bedeck ; 2--Italian coins 8--Hardy 3--A plant 11--An- insect --Flap with many C--Obstinate legs - S--Kind.of fccerl?--Dries up 18--Writers of 27--Useless poems plants _21--Hour Cab.) 28--Starts 22--Small struc-30--Doctrine turc on top 33--Covered of a building xvith dew 24--"Note of the 35--Some scale 36--Lair of a 26--Pheasants' wild beast nests Ansncr lo previous puzzle s 1 I »J » i .SEE THESE AUTOMOBILES TODAYI National Used Car Exchange Week. March 5th to March 12th WANT TO SAVE MONEY--Jlisht now I the time to get the YEAH S BEST BUYS j in used cars Special low price on every used car in stock Switch to a BETTER CAU today! | 1937 Packard 120. Tourinc Sedan equipped with Healer and Dclroster. Will sell for . $a"S 3937 Packard "6 ' Coup. J87S 1936 Packard "120' Coupe $675 1SH Bulck Tourinc Sedan with heaicr S3iO 1933 Pontlac Coupe S175 193S ford V-S Coupe with Heater «93 1933 DcSoto Sedan equipped with heater . $250 1932 Plj mouth Coupe v,lth Heater J175 1931 Dodge Coupe with Humble Scat $125 1030 Ford 4-cylinder Coupe 5110 1030 Ford 4-cyllnder Coup- . $ 85 Tcrmi Arrinscd To Please Youl TURNER AUTOMOBILE COMPANY 3th ST. W. CRAWFORD. PHONE. 377 PACKARD SALES i SERVICE Need Money 4«-B NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED-1934 Hudson 4-dOur Scdnn. Paint. Upholstery and tires all like new. Original Owner. Equipped wilh HadJo and Heater. Terms can be arranged Da\ld Wertheimer. Jr, 706 South PJtiaburg Street. Phone CSO-J. Autos, Accessories, Tires, Parts 13 ALL CAR CHAINS _._. 'i OKF1 ALL CAR HEATERS % OFF1 STORAGE BATTERY (EXCII.) $3.33 MOTOR OIL. 2 GALLONS _ _ . 70c ALCOHOL, PER GALLON . SOc FOG LIGHTS ... PER PAIR. $475 D BATTERIES _ . 9Sc MIDGET RADIOS ,, $1205 UP LOWEST PRICES. AUTO PARTS. TIRES. RADIO TUBES ACCESSORIES. GOLDE TIRE RADIO COMPANY. 126 E. CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 10. Repairing--Service Stations 16 ELECTRIC ARC WELDING--Done by Special Welder, quickly and ruaran- tecd ( Both steel and c»bt Iron, itcnm or hot air turnacei, cylinder heads, engine block). etc PUZIO AUTO PAINT AND BODY SHOP. 127 N. Eighth St. West Side Business Service Business Service Ottered 18 CALL FISHER--FOR AWNINGS. . FURNITURE REPAIRING . . UPHOLSTERING QUALITY WORK · PHONE 9M5. $1 OILS--And makc^ minor adjustments ort any sewing machine in your home. Parts extra. Phone BOO Troulman s. Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KINDS EXCEPT LIFE FAYLTTE REALTY CO. PHONE 1375. T D GARDNER. MGH RELIABLE INSURANCE -- AH kinds Jamcb R Laughlin--INSURANCE Sec me /or nte-.. 303 First National Bank Building. Phone 520 Movlne, Trucking, Storage 25 EVERY LOAD INSURED I Long distance and local moving. Modern storage for "household goodb We do crullng for shipment by rail Dulls Trjn^fcr Slorafle Phone 50 132 E. Pcuch street Printing, Engraving, Binding 27 E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON VOUR PRINTING WORKI Letter Headsl--BUI Heads! For Rent Cards!--For Sale Cards! Calling Cardsl--Hand Olllsl--Binding! No Trespassing Siuns For Salol All Work Guaranteed! At Reasonable Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT SHORT OF CASK Get a Personal Loan here' Only ONE Uilnc needed --the ability to repay small, regular amounU on any loan p3an you select Come in NOW I LOANS tip lo $300--ALL PLANS. PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY Over McCror » Store Phone 34. WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE. Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 WE ARE QUITTING nUSINESS! MUST SELL ENTIRE STOCKI 200 Straw Hats. $3.50 value, each 98c 75 Bathlne Suits SOc to $1.85 75 Silk S: Wool Scarfs. $3 \alucs. ca SOc 150 Men's Suits . / 515 $20 50 Top Coats Overcoats $1275 to $22.50 100 Mcn'ft Summer Suits . $5 to $1250 200 Men's Felt Hats _ $1-29 to $2*5 175 Pr. Freeman Shoes S2.85 to H 65 100 Sweaters and Jackets . $1 19 to $343 WILL SELL VtRY REASONABLE--Show Cases, Tables, Counters, Window Fixture 1 . Shelving. Cash Registers, Mirrors, Safe, Benches and Etc. DAVID WFRTME1MER JR 706 S PITTSBURG ST. PHONE 660-J FOR SALE--Automatic Delco Plant, A-l condition, with new hea\y duty batteries. Calvin Myers. Acme, Pa FOR SALE-- 1 Electric Hedge Cutter Cheap fcr quick sale. Phone 18C4. Barter and Exchange 51-A UNUSUAL BARGAINS OR TRADES--In all the rein tlnlng stocic of the Frlsbcc Hardware Store. 5to\c Pipe. Spikes Screws: Paint Horse Shocj,. Hay Forks Oil Lamp Shades. Flat Wrenches Grate Bars and Fire Pots: Baby Chick Supplies, Garden Seeds: 3 Countc Scales, Gas Garage Heater: ».-ton Chain Block, etc. Many other usefu items for salc^ or trade. Also, Ba!c Hay and Stnw, for snip WANT TO BUY--Used Oliver 2 horsi plow. Inquire, Quality Fruit Market 327 W Crawford Ave. or phone, John Frisbce. 331. Farm and Dairy Products 55 SOMFRSLT POTATOES GRADED--$1 25 per bag No. 2 potatoes. 75c per big Apples. SOc per bushel. Phone 8C5-R 413 E Washington Ave. MB. FARMER IfERES MONEY IN YOUR POCKET1 Why not run a small Inexpensive Classified Ad In our Classified Section which will nnd 3 market for your farm products, your live stock, your farm mplemcnts, and household Roods? You wilt find many people who want to buy the many things you have for salel The Daily Courier haa n largo rural circulation which makes It the popular choice among tlto farmers and assures you that your message will reach the people who are In tho market for your products You Will Find Our rates In the above Classified heading All Classified Ads are payable in advance! Tucl, Feed, Fertilizers L-ECI BRUCE COPYRIGHT BV uxORUCEiKiaJA5EP«rcr.yrRAi. PRESS ASSOCIATION CHAPTER 37 "WHAT WERE the old man's last words?" naked Mgr. Smith, who seemed to be enjoying the medieval story Dr. Tatc was tcll- iDff. "The son raised his father's head, and the old man nodded to Iho window, or porth^o, or whatever they had In castles then. "Death come on wings!' he whispered, and then expired." "And how had he died?" "That is the interesting part of the story," said Dr. Tatc. "It was never known bow ho died. There hod beco n sentry nt the foot of the stairs all the time the old mnn was up In his tower, and a thorough search was made of the whole hulldlng without any success. The room la which he waa found was 30 feet from the ground, and no weapon was discovered. So the people In the house, being as I said, superstitious . . ." "Oh, they were all superstitious, you did not tell us that" "Well, what con you expect they were In those dark ages? Anyhow, they believed of course that the vision of the old man had come to pass, and the Angel of Death had struck him at last" "I seo. So his murderer was never discovered?" "No. What do you think of the »tory?" "I think that like many good jtoricg It is a lie." "Oh." "But you ore quite right in thinking thnt I should be interested in the story. Is It well known about here ?" "Very. It would be difficult for anyone to live In the parish long without hearing it Why, I believe that our crazy Ylcar even used It In one of his sermons the other day. Sort of warning 'to people who misbehaved themselves. But then he's tin unaccountable chap. Well, I turn in here. Little girl with whooping cough. I hope you clear up this rather more urgent mystery of ours. Terrible business. I'm not on advocate of capital punishment myself, but I think that the man who killed Mary Thurston ought to be hanged. Good night to you both. Good night." Dr. Tato turned into a. narrow drive and left us to complete our walk alone. I uas thinking quickly. Something in the story had caught my imagination. The idea of death coming on wings. The mystery of Mary Thurston's death was to me so hauling that nothing seemed too far-fetched. Suppose--of course I knew it waa fantastic--but suppose that someone could fly like that? Even if It was only from a first-floor window to a point on the ground for enough away from the walls to leave no sign of landing-. Was it, otter all, ao impossible? I remembered, as a boy, experimenting In jumps from the roof of a »hed with on open umbrella in my hand to break the fall. The experiments hod not been very successful, but Still . . . After oil, it was not oa though the murderer would have had to fly in nt the window. It was only out of it Surely some contrivance, perhaps in the nature of a parachute, would have been pos- niblc. Or winga of some kind. There were such things as gliders. Was I really a fool to wonder about such possibilities? I turned to my companion. "Don't you think that perhaps this story of. murder might be relevant to our problem?" "Anv storv at murder might be relevant to our-problem," he replied, "from the story of Cain and Abel onwards." "But Isn't it conceivable that something of the sort might have happened here?" Mgr. Smith turned to me. "It is hard enough to find what actually did happen without looking for all the'things that might have happened. A dragon might have flown in at the window and with his tongue which is a sword have done the deed. A newly invented balloon might have hung over the tiouio like a cloud and lowered the murderer to the window. A man might have made a-miraculous leap to the window-fill], and afterwards have projected himself Into the boughs of a neighboring elm tree. Or I might have been hiding all the evening under the bed, and have changed myself into a rat on your approach. Yet It is not very helpful either for me or for Dr. Tatc to Invent these sensational hypotheses." 'You do know then," I said with some relief, "what really did happen, and who is guilty'" I waa waiting breathlessly for hla answer when he suddenly caught my arm, and we stopped. There was a slope of the downs above us, 'and Its outline was as smooth and distinct as that of a dome. There was a clump of trees bent by many years of wind, and maintaining: their distracted lives in spite of it I can see their shape and the edge of the hill to this day, for there was one detail in that silhouette which made it memorable to me. It was such a detail fa my companion liked, and of the kind to which he was accustomed. Black against the oyster-blue- sky of dusk were two figures, a tall and a shorter one. It was not only their position against the sky which made them look block, their clothes were black, too, and there was something fluttering about the smaller one. X started. What were those limply flapping things at the mac's side, which hung now close against him, now rising flippantly in the breeze? Could they be ... But in a moment I told mysoU not to be a fool. There was nothing unnatural about the man's outline. Its flapping appearance was produced by a black Inverness cape, and having realized that, I knew that it waa the vicar. Mgr. Smith blinked in the blond and innocent way which I knew concealed hln most intelligent discoveries. He watched the two comlcg down the hill toward the Thuwtons' house, holding the crook of his umbrella with both his hands. I was bewildered. This morning I had, in company with Lord Simon, seen three of the suspects, and ho had told me that his theory was complete. This afternoon, on my walk with M. Picon, I had observed three more, and he, too, had solved the riddle. And now, in this maddening moment, here was Mgr. Smith, blinking in his unmistakably omlnoui way at the remaining two. (For the other figure was recognizable by now as that of Stall.) So that really, after motoring 80 miles or so, walking eight, and standing in a chilly hrceze storing at the outline of the downs, I was no nearer to the truth than I hod been lost night I scarcely needed to repeat my question to Mgr. Smith when he at lost wolke 1 on. "You do know then?" I almost whispered. "Yes," he said, "I know." Onco more we were in tho h- brory--Williams. Lord Simon. M. Picon, Mgr. Smith, Sergeant Beer and I. Dr. Thurston had offered, to come, but the investigators hadi agreed that since all the details* were now to be revealed, it would 3C too painful for him. Nor was jis presence necessary. He would near of the arrest later. I do not exaggerate when I uay that my excitement was terrific, and I have no doubt that Williams was just as expectant It waa not merely that the mystery was to 30 elucidated, but that a human being was to be sent to o certain death--for with three such dctcc- Jves to" find evidence, surely no counsel In the world would be Able* .0 exonerate him. And this may lave made our interest a morbid one, but It naturally gave real ?olnt and drama to the proceedings. Someone was to be Darned* arrested, tried and hanged-someone we knew, someone *we Had conversed with today. r looked down at my hand and saw- that it was slightly trembling. Just as Lord Simon had been the first to interrogate each o£ the witnesses, he began speaking now. "I may as well outline this unfortunate affair," he said, "and then my colleagues can amplify or correct any of the details. How would that do?" M. Picon nodded, and Mgr. Smith did not dissent, so Lord Simon began to talk. There was a silence almost uncanny in th« room as he drawled out the circumstances. "Intercstin* case," he sold, **bul not quite as hafflln' as it looked at first However, It has kept ui guessln' for a time, so let's give it its due. Clcarin' up most crimes is as simple as shellln 1 bally peas. This certainly wasn't that "First of all we must go Doek a little way. Remember thai will? Unfortunate sort o£ document, when you come to think at it Mrs. Thurston's first husband had a biggish fortune. And between that fortune and the son who felt a right to it he set only, one barrier--a woman's life; There you have the foundation oi the whole story. Conventional enough in essence. Motive, at usual, money. "The stepson you remcmbai was abroad when that will wai made, and may or may not hav heard of his father's death. Vft know from Thurston that he waj the type of chappie who was aV ways taming up without a bob, to rest on his laurels and the family honor for a spell, so that hit coming home may have been jusl the customary sort of thing. But in the meantime he had changed his name. You know how these things happen? Half a dozen creditors, some little eccentricity ' in the way in which a check waj drawn--something a trifle shady. So stepson arrives with a brand- new name, on empty pocket, and « lot of curiosity. Still conventional, you sec. "And the very first news that falls on his flappers is that his oli man has kicked the bucket and his stepmother has married again Well, well, thinks stepson, and pops off down to his father's solicitor to ask about the will. Unpleasant set-back. Interest left t the wife for lifetime; and only hit measly allowance to go on with He had never seen Mrs. Thurston, you remember, so that not cvei knowing her as the good-natured soul she was, he set about cursing roundly at scheming females wh« nipped in to pinch his birthright He was a very furious young man." (To Be Continued) Merchandise Houehold Goods FOR SALEI -- FOR SALEI BARGAIN'S--In all kinds at used furniture Including washing machines. Also flat top desks, adding machines and typewriters. BULL'S STORAGE 122 EAST PEACH STREET. PHONE, SO STORE WIDE REDUCTIONS ON ALL FURNITURE. RUGS AND STOVES COME IN! SEE! AND SAVE! LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES MERVJS FURNITURE COMPANY NORTH PITTSQURC ST PHONK 2020 VOUH CliEDIT IS GOOD JIERE! BARGAINS--In nil kinds of rebuilt furniture Srm's UpholstcrlnK A: Repair. 307 N Water S t . Conncllsvllle Wanted--To Buy 66 CASH IS WHAT WE PAY-- BIUNG IN ALL YOUR LARGE CLEAN WHITE RAGS TO THE DAILY COURIER OlFICE TO- DAY AND WE WILL PAY VOU "50" PER POUND WHY NOT LOOK AROUND AND MAKE YOURSfcLV SOME SPENDING MONEY??! Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats FOR KENT--Apartments. Inquire Smutz Apartment Building. 115 Crawford Avenue, West Side. FOR RENT--Six room apartment on South Side Can occupy at - once. Robert Norris. Phone 505. SIX ROOM APARTMENT--Furnished, in downtown location Available at once Apply Paramount Theatre. Business Places for Rent 75 FOR RENT--Storeroom in Smutz Building. Possession March 13th. Inquire 717 Crawford Avenue, West Side. FOR RENT--Cunningham shop, suitable for car storage or work shop. Inquire 31G Ogden .street Douses for Rent 77 FOR RENT--Five rooms, bath, large porch and yard, in Greenwood. Inquire 126 E. Falrview Avenue. Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate DO YOU WANT TO BUY . . RENT ... OR SELL?? SFh ME TODAY--1 have properties In nil sections of the City and surrounding communities Will be glad to talk It over inytime or anplace i PAUL WAGONER I 1003 W CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 148 Rooms and Board PROPERTIES FOR SALE OR RENT! T C. PHALIN SO CONNELLSV1LLE. PA. PHONE 075 Farms and Land for 'Sale 83 COAL--Best grade 9-ft coal An; amount delivered Sand, cement am building supplies Prompt delivery Gerald Schomer Phone 1991 EXCELLiNT~GRADE--0 Ft CoklnjTcoil ISC dclHLred Gcorg*- W Kerns Phone 4I21-R-11 Rooms Without Board 68 FARM FOR SALE! 0 ACRFS--Six room IIOUM?. good barn. elcctricit. on Rood road Evcrjthlng In A No -1 condition Immediate possession /or $5 500 JOHNSTON AVE.Vt/E, 507--Nice size bed- E F DcWlTT room buitible for two persons ladles SCOITDALE PENNA or ptiulemen Rent rcibonablc Use of phone Phonp 512 Real Estate for Sale Houses for Salo HAVE THE SATISFACTION OF OWNING A REAL HOME! SIX ROOMS--Bath, garage, heater. Attractive location, paved street. Owner leaving city. A real bargain to quick buyer. A DUPLEX--Real investment. Have * home and let it pay for Itself. Let us icll you how, PETER It WEIMER. WEIMER ARCADE. FOR SALE--House on East Green Street. One on East Patterson ana one on South Arch Street. All in good. ro£alr. Robert Norris. Phone 505. SEE THIS PROPERTY 1 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. FOR SALE--Five room house, bath, heater and garage, Ogdcn Street. $1,500. Robert JJorrJi. Phone 505. Lots For Sale SEVERAL NICE BUILDING LOTSt FOR SALE--At Poplar Grove, 60x140 ft. City water and BUS. telephone service, neur Street Car line and highway. If, ou arc interested in good building lots at real Bargain Prices, see C. B. McCormlck. Poplar Grove. Phone, Con- ncUsvillc, 1204-J, or write Post Offic* Box 144, ConncHsvllle. Pa. Auctions--Legals Legal Notices, Rooms for Housekeeping PHONE 65 COURIER BLDG GENUINE WASHINGTON HUN COAL-Wm Dull and Son. Phone ConncUsvillc 107, Daw-ion 3261 or £J31 69 ' IN DOING business the Classified Waj ' you arc influenced tosbuy nothing except j TWO OH THREE--Unfurnibhed rooms for j jour own needs and the valuo oi the I f p h t housekeeping 1101 Vine St Phone coods ottered COAL--Good bLick lumpy run of mine. _ ,, _,,-._. ; 10c bushel delivered. Ca^h Koballi OK PHONE RESIDENCE. 91 ' u rO s Phone 2037 KEMbMBFR our special olfcr We j will run jour acl seven times for the price i oi six ^ THE CLOSER you stick to classified FOR RENT--Two nicely furnished rooms l a d s the closer your money will sUctc to for lif lit housekeeping Central loca- \ o u and the farther it will KO when you tion 232 E CraU'ford Ave -oenu 11 PHONE 12 or 13 for an ad-taker I It YOU OONT ice what you want in j AN AD A DAY keeps hard times away. i this section, advertise for It Phone, 12 Let us explain our yearly Classified I or i3 for an ad-taker. j rato. EX'KCUTOUS* NOTICE. Notice lit hereby filven that letters testamentary on the Cbtatc of Michael C. White deceased, late of ConnellsviUe. Kajotte Count. Pa have been granted lo the underpinned, to whom all persons indebted to said estate arc requested to make immediate payment and those Having claims agatnht same, will make them known uithout delay Louis White. T03 W Fayelte St. , Connellsville, Pa Alice White Gibbons. D unbar. Pa, Executors.

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