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PAGE EIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. MONDAY, MRCH 7, 1D3S. Courier, Classified Advertisements For Quick Results -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9o cash; ,10c charge. Ad3 to Bo Run 3 Times: Per Itae, 7c cash; Sc charge. ra LJ Ads to bo Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c cash; 7c charge! - ..These Rates Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. ·V,--There are five (5) average words to each line. 'Cardsof Thanks/^SOc Flat Rate. . Phone 12or 13 joran Ad-Taker. .Specid-Your Ad Inserted "7" Times for the Price of Sixll-Spea'a/ -^ No Ad. Is J.aken for Less. Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Flowers and Moumxnc Goods 4 BASKETS It SPftAYS AT REASONABLE PRICES I P R. DcMUTIl SONS (TVIUX--S9 SCOTTDA1J3--834 Strayed, Lost, Found 10 ENGLISH SETTER--Tour months old. black And white, one black eye. On the Country Club Road. Saturday afternoon. Rcuard. T. W. Rogers, Murphy Sidlnc. LOST--Siberian Samoed Doff, mile, seven years old. Liberal reward. Call . or write Wilson Llnderman, Dlckerson Run. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 Automotive Automobiles for Salo 11 WE OFKER YOU EVERY USED CAR AT A BARGAIN PRICE! For 7 Days Only, Durinc NATIONAL "USED CAR EXCHANGE WEEK March 5th to March I2tn _ YOU'LL HE AMAZED--At the LOW prices! Never before have we offered 15!S! GENU.INB-VALUES Every cur In - good--cohdYuon. ... . many guaranteed "T'^^hKfr-rtTrfrfi* selection to choovc rfnm. This Is a SPECIAL SALE! You 11 "~K«VC real money -bv comlnc to n« m - today.., \Vc arc also offering especially _ Eood trade-in allowance*. SEE THESE CARS1 1936 Chevrolet Deluxe Coupe equipped With heater. 1935 Chevrolet* Town Deluxe Sedan wlui Radio and Heater. 1337 Chevrolet Master Sport Sedan equipped with Radio and Heater. 1035 Dodce Coupe with Radio. Heater and Sport Light. 103C Plymouth Coupe with « 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. 1933 Ford 4-Cyllndcr Coupe 1932 Chevrolet Master Coupe. 1931 Ford 4-cyllnder Coupe 1036 Chevrolet Town Stdan. ALSO--We avc on hand, nine Died Trucks, ranging from .-ton to 1'S-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! SPECIAL GOOD NEWS TO CAR BUYERS I If» National Used Car Exchaneo Week. WE HAVE PRICED--Our whole used car stock down to the point where every car we're offering is a real Bargain! SEE US NOW AND SAVE MONEY! 1937 Lincoln Zcphr Sedan equipped with Radio and Heater. 1930 Ford Deluxe Coupe 1935 Ford Deluxe 4-door Sedan, Original owner, low mileage and In the \ery beht of condition. 2-1934 Ford Coupe'., thoroughly reconditioned nnd ready to Ko 1928 Chevrolet Coach Ideal for driving to work--*40. 1937 Ford Deluxe 4-door Touring Sedan OrU'lnal owner J931 Ford '--ion Panel Tnick 4-193! Ford Mode! A Tudor Sedan. Take your choice. 1932 Ford Coupe 393C Ford Deluxe Tudor Touring Sedan Like New 4-1034 Ford Deluxe 2-door Sedans 193J Ford Deluxe 4-door Sedan equipped with Radio 19J5 Ford Deluxe 2-door 1DJ7 Ford 85 Stanfc.ird 2-door Sedan 1934 Ford Victoria Coupe. WANTED--We »re wlllire to tradi. new 193S Fords and Lincoln-Zephyr Car* on good late model Used Cars. Sec us today for a good trade-In allowance. You Name The- Terms! - WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED FOUD tV LINCOLN DFALERS. W. CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 407. Open Evenings--Open Sunda}*. NATIONAL USED CAR EXCHANGE WEEK MARCH Sth TO MARCH 12th. 1937 Chrysler Imperial 4-door Touring Sedan. Equipped with over-drive, heater and radio. Low mileage $795 1935 Ford Special 7-paiscnger 4-door Touring Sedan. Has Radio, Heater and Alrwhccl Tires S374 1934 Tcrraplane Business Coupe with heater. Low mlleaec . " J219 1935 Dodge Business Coupe, equipped with Heater. Low mileage . , $374 1934. P. E. Plymouth deluxe* 2-door Sedan with Heater and Seat Covers $310 1933 I". D. Plymouth deluxe 4-door Sod-in with Heater. Very low mileage $243 The above cars will be shown, ,, In our curbstone display -- between^ _Church Place and Fairvlcw Avenue -- tomorrow and all next week. Many other cars. marked at new low prices are-shown on our display floor at Hlllcrcst. Terms! Demonstrations 1 Trader! LAWRENCE GALLEY CHRYSLER i PLYMOUTH SALES fc SERVICE. On ConncUsvillc-Scottdalc Rotd. PHONE 1073, .TJIE YEAR'S BEST USED CAR BUYS^ARE ON SALE NOW _~ Sec-Our Display! 1936 Bulck 4-door.Sedan--". S5SO 1930 Bulck Coupe-48- -- . 5500 1932 Buick 57 4-door Sedan, $200 1932 Ford 2-door Scdon^ ...-.. ,, 5125 1933 Pontlac 2-door Sedan .. $225 1934 Chrysler 4-door-Scdan -- ,, ,, ,, S400 Very Easy Terms Arranged! Towins Anywhere Anytlmel YOUGH MOTOR COMPANY. SIO So. PITTSBURG ST. PHONE 8. , . . We Never Close . . . FINE LATE MODEL USED CARS E. E VAN SCOY. INC. S59 E. CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 243 LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 256 E, .CRAWFORD AVE . PHONE 1234 LATE MODEL USED CARS! HETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO SCOTTDALE. PENNA. PHONE 401 IT IS ONLY necessary to tell people whcro real bargains are to bo found ana a crowd will soon bo there Classified ads are constantly pointing the way to real value for hundreds of - people who regularly look to them^for-KUldance. THE CLOSER you sticlc;_to classified ad* the closer your money will SUCK to jou and the farther It will CO whcn_you spcnu it - -- -- -- AN AD A DAY keeps hird times away Let us explain our yearly Classified rate. Business Service Prlntlnr. Entnvlnr, BinUSnt Z^ E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUR pruumuG WORKI Letter Heads!--Bill Heads! For Rent Cards!--For Salo Cards! Calling Cards!--Hand Blllal--Blndlngl No Trespassing Slgni For Salo! All Work Guaranteed! At Reasonable Rates! COUIUEI; JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 64. COURIER BLDG. OR PHONE RESIDENCE. 91. Profession*! Services PRIVATE DETECTIVE-- rrnnk F CoriMn. private Implication, criminal and ct\ll Professional shjidow work Telephone, Day Time, MeKeoporl, 4300. .·win CORIUCT FITTING TRUSSES -- EUlUc Hosiery «ncl other surgical ippllancr* A A Clarke. PI! G OrucelJt. 323 North Plttsbura sUect Phone 14. Merchandise Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers COAL--IHst grnde 9-ft. coal. Any amount delivered. Sand, cement and building supplies Prompt delivery. Gerald Schemer Phone 1991. EXCELLENT GRADE--9 Ft Coking Coal 13c delivered. George W. Kerns. Phone 4121-R-ll GENUINE WASHINGTON RUN COAL-Win Dull and bon Phone ConncllsvilJe 107: D.iu. son 3261 or *31. COAL--flood black lumpy run of mine, lOc bushel delivered Cain Koballa Broi. Phone 2037. Houeholil GoocK FOR iALEI " - FOR SAiEl BARGAINS--In all kinds o! used furniture Including washing machines Al no tint top dcsk*. adding machines and typewriters. DULI/S STORAGL 123 EAST PEACH bTHEET. PHONE. 50. Repairing and Rcfmbhinr 29 UPHOLSTERING--Repairs, factory methods Awnlnr*. - Mlp covers. Latest fabrics Rudolph X 131 E, I'.lrvlcw Ave. Phono 18I7-J. Employment STOIIE WIDK HKDUCT10NS ON ALL f UKMTUHK. HUGS AND STOVKS COMK INI 5Kt.l AND SAVE! J.AHGr: TKADF-IN ALLOWANCES MtltVIS niRNITURF. COMPANY NOHTII ITTTSIlUItC -ST PHONE 2020 YOUR CJtEDIT IS GOOD HKHEI OK SALK-- rrrtlrf* c» ranir. . condition Price HOW Phune K1S-R. 423', South nttiburk »trctt. bouth Help Wanted--PcmaJe WANTED--Cli I for cooXInz and down- ttaln work In Charlcrol State »ef*r- rnct.jt. WAgei. rte. to llox ZT, cjrc Courier I1AHCAIVS--In all kinds of rebuilt furnl j turr S^mS Uphol»termr A Ilrpmlr. 301 N. Watrr St. ConnelU^lllc. Help Wanted--Male Wanted--To Bur WANTFD TO BUY-- Ui.ed tp«wr!ter. RcaM,nahle price, tfood condition. Write Box 4«. Whlisctt. T« SEE THESE AUTOMOBILES TODAY! National Used Car Exchange Week. March 5th "u."March !2th. WANT TO SAVE MONEY--Right now Is the time to get the YEARS BEST BUYS j In used ear« Special low p-lce on ' ever used car In «tock. Switch to a BETTER CAR today! 1937 Packard 120, Tounnft Sedan equlppxl with Heater and Defroster. Will sell for JOTS 1937 Packard · fl" Coupe !«73 )036 Packard "120" Coupe M75 1934 Bulck Touring Sedan heater »350 1933 Pontlac Coupe - . J173 1935 Ford V-D Coupe with Heater 12^5 1933 DeSoto Sedan equipped with heater - 5250 193C Plymouth Coupe with Heater 1175 1931 Dodge Coupe with Rumble Scat $125 1930 Ford 4-cllnder Ctupo 1110 1930 Ford 4-cylindcr Coui - - «- ti Terms Arranged To Please You! TURNER AUTOMOBILE COMPANY 9lh ST W. CRAWFORD. PHONE. 377 PACKARD SALES 4 SERVICE A BUSINESS OF YOUR OWN-Handllng 300 famous eseoda household necesM- tleh No Investment or expertence required We teach sou K a m l n j » aser- *«e 1^5 weekly to »tart, Wrtti J. K. Walklns Comp«n, Box No 3*57. Newark, New Jersey. NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED-1934 Hudson 4-door Sedan Paint. Upholstery and tires, all like new Original Owner. Equipped with Radio and Heater. Terms can be arranged David Wcrthclmcr. Jr. 700 South PittsburB Street Phone GGO-J. Autos, Accessories, Tires, Parts 13 ALL CAR CHAINS U OFF I ALL CAR HEATERS 14 OFF I STORAGE BATTERY (EXCII.) . *3.30 MOTOR OIL. 2 GALLONS 79c ALCOHOL. PER GALLON 59c FOG LIGHTS . . PER PAIR, *4 75 B BATTERIES ,, _ TM--~ -7_ -- 08c MIDGET RADIOS $12i5 UP LOWEST PRICES, AUTO PARTS, TIRES, RADIO TUBES Ic ACCESSORIES. GOLDS TIRE RADIO COMPANY. 126 E CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 10. Repairing--Service Stations 16 ELECTRIC ARC WELDING--Done by Special Welder, quickly and guaranteed I Both htecl and cast Iron, steam or hot air furnacev cylint-cr heads, engine blockH, otc. PUZIO AUTO PAINT AND BODY S.lOP, 127 N Eighth St. West Side. OPENING NEW LOCAL C O F F E E AGENCY--Need man Immediately to supply regular cut-'-omer*. Start with e/irnlnRx up to 14500 in a week Must wrlle qulCK Alber- Mills. 4475 \lon- rnouth. Cincinnati. Ohio Financial Need Money 40-B SHORT OF CASH Get · Personal Loan here. Only ONE thing needed --the ability to repay small, regular amounts on any loan plan ou select. Come In NOW I LOANS up to WOO--ALL PLANS. PFRSONAL FINANCE COMPANY Oser McCrory's Store. Phone 34. WEST CRAWIOilD AVENUE. Instruction CASH IS WHAT WE PAY-- URING IN ALL YOUR LARGE CLEAN WHITE RAGS TO THIS DAILY COURIER OFFICE TO- DAY AND WE WILL PAY YOU "5c" PER POUND WHY NOT LOOK AROUND AND MAKE YOURSEL* SOME SPENDING MONEY??? Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board JOHNSTON AVENUE, 507--Nice slie bed room suitable for two persons. ladies or gentlemen. Rent reasonable. Use of phone. Phone 532 RELIABLE MEN--To take up AIR CONDITIONING and Electric Refrigeration I Prefer men now cmplocd and me- , chanlcally Inclined with fair education j and willing to train spare time to be- L come experts In Installation and service work as well aR planning, estimating, etc. Write, giving age present occupation Utilities I n h t , Box 55, care Courier. Koom.1 for Housekeeping 69 TWO OR THREE--Unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping 1101 Vine St Phon 149-M Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 Business Service Business"Service Ottered 18 CALL FISHER--FOR AWNINGS. . FURNITURE ilEPAIHING . . UPHOLSTERING. QUALITY WORK PHONE 9045, WE ARE QUITTING BUSINF.SS! MUST SELL ENTIRE STOCK' 200 Straw Hats, $350 value, each 9ftc 75 Bathing Suits _ 5 0 c t o S 1 9 5 75 Silk St Wool Scarfs. $3 vnluts, ca SOc 150 Men's Suits $15 $20 50 Top Coats Overcoats $12 75 to $22.50 100 Men's Summer Suits $5 to $12.50 200 Men's Felt Hub, $121) to $295 j 175 Pr. Freeman Shoes $2 85 to $4 35 100 Swelters and Jackets $1.19 to $348 WILL SELL VERY REASONABLE--Show Cases. Tiulcs, Counters, Window Fixtures. Shelving, C.ish Registers, Mirrors, Safe, Benches and Etc * DAVID WERTMEIMER. JIJ 700 S PITTSBURG ST. PHONE 660-J. $1 OILS--And makes minor adjustments on any sowing machine In s.our homo Parti, extra Phone 890. Troutman' Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KINDS EXCEPT LIFE FAYETTE REALTY CO PHONE 1375. T. D. GARDNER. MGR RELIABLE INSURANCE -- All kinds Jnmes H Laughlln--INSURANCE Sec me for rates 309 First National Bank Building. Phone 520 FOR SALE--Auloinatlc Dclco, A-l condition, wllh niw heavy duty tcries. Calvin Myers. Acme, Pa FOR SALE--1 Electrk UldRC Cutter, Chc.ip for quick bale Phone 1GC4 Farm and Dairy Products 55 SOMERSET POTATOfS GRADED--$1.25 per bag. No 2 pot.ttoe-. 75e per bdK Apples, SOc per hushel Phone 805-R 413 E Washington Avc. Moving, Trucking, Storaeo 25 EVERY LOAD INSURED! Long distance and local moving Modem storage for household goods We do crating for shipment by rail Dull's Transfer Storage. Phone 50. 122 E Peach street. IN WRITING a Classified Ad bo sure to tell all the facts which you would want to know i£ you yourself were a prospective buyer. IN DOING business the Classified Way you aro Influenced to buy nothtnc except your osvn needs nnd the value of the goods offered. ZPATRONIZE those who advertise! You tell us and well tell the world i Yearly rates upon request MR FARMER 1 HERBS MONEY IN YOUR POCKETI ' Why not run a small Inexpensive j Clasaltlcd Ad In our Classified 1 Section, which will find a market for your farm products, your live stock your farm ·npiemcnts, and household goods? You will find many people who want to buy the many things ou have for Bale! The Dally Courier has a large rural circulation which makes It the popular choice among the farmers and assures ou that sour message will reach the people who nrc tn the market for your products Vou Will Find. Our rates In the above Classified heading All Classified Ads are pasdble In Oi A PINCH use j Classified Ad. FOK RENT--Two nicely furnished rooms for light housekeeping Central location 232 E. Crawford Ave. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats FOR RENT--Apirtmcnls Inquire Smutz Apartment Building , 715 Crawford Avenue, West Side. SIX ROOM APARTMENT--Furnished. In downtown location. Available .it once Appli Paramount Tlitatre. * BusincfiX Places for Rent 75 FOR RENT--Storeroom In Smulz Build ing Posbcsj.ion March 15lh. Inquire 717 Crawford Avc-nue. West Side FOR RKNT--Cunningham shop, Miltnbli for car storjco or work shop. Inquire 316 Ogdcn blrcct. Houses for Rent FOR RENT--Five rooms, b.ilh. large porch and yard. In Greenwood Inquire 326 K Fairvlcw Avenue. FOR RENT--Modern six room house South Pittsburg St Phone 487, ask foi Mr. Hcbb Real Estate for Sale Brokers In Real Estate DO YOU WANT TO UUY RENT OR SELL/i S f E MK TODAY--I tn\c piopirlies in al sections "of flic Clt and surrounding coininunmes. will be glad to talk l over un\ time or an place PAUL WAGONER 1003 W. CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 148 BRU RIGHT Blf LEO BftUCZt KELEASED BY CENTRAL CE: MtCSS AMOCl ATIOM CHAPTER 38 "I DON'T know v hctbor any of you have been revcrsioi*,**/ fbga- tccs," Lord Simon remarked as he developed his theory of the murder, "and had to twiddle your thumbs while someone lives on the money which will one day be yours. I'm told It's the most dc- morallzln' business. The moat virtuous and temperate natures grow potentially murderous. But this fellow was not exactly a born murderer. He wanted money. He meant to pet money. But if he thought o£ murder in the first place he was headed off by the penalty. The fortune Involved bad surprised him. The details had been given him by the solicitor, and the sum left by his father made bis eyes pop. And since he knew there was so much money in question bo wasn't the lad to bang back. "So ho started more or lens begging--uhlch might have been harmless enough. He found out that Mrs. Thurston was living here, and had a car, so ho ran down to a village which was'Just near enough to make a meeting feasible, yet not too near. And from this village, which was called Sidney Scwcll, he wrote to Mrs Thurston. That first letter, one supposes, was quite a polite nnd pleasant affair. Regret over hi* father's death. Sorry he had never met his stepmother. Usual nort of thing laid on with n. trowel, porhaps, but nothing too stirring. "However, I feel convinced that it contained one phraso which troubled Mrsi Thurston a good deal--a request that she should say nothing to her husband. What reason be gave one cannot possibly suggest now, but it fa pretty certain thnt he found a good reason. Good enough, anyway, tor M wo know Mrs. Thurston never mentioned to her husband that her stepson bad reappeared. More's the pity. She might have saved her life. "Instead of that she went to see licr stepson, nnd in her uaunl, easily plca-ncd way she liked the fellow. Now I'm bcin* A bit psychological and nil,that sort of thing. I 'm goln' on the characters of both of them to get an idea of what happened. But I feel sure that in that meeting Mrs. Thurston was very much herself, the woman you nil knew primarily na a hostcsfl. She HUW that her stepson would fit very well Into her circle here. She had a passion for entertaining. She saw a way of fitting him in. And she planted him on ber husband without tellln* Dr. Thurnton who the fellow in reality was, "How far he persuaded her Into that we shall probably never know. It suited him excellently. And from that moment he began to fiponge on Mrs. Thurston with on cjutc and a greed which seem incredible now. He never tried to blackmail or bully her. That wasn't necessary. He played the purl of the poor son who had been cheated out of his rightful due by her very existence. He had the sense to play the part gently and good-hum or cdly. He never grumbled, but he pointed out that be never grumbled. He made her feel that it was hard luck on him, and that she mustdo all she could for him. And he did very nicely, thank you. "Now so for I havo reconstructed the story as it looks to me, and filled in the gaps in a fanciful sort of way. The bore facts I have confirmed. The stepson did arrive In England soon after Mrs. Thurston's second marriage, and did go to his father's solicitor to hcrir about the will. I've spoken on the phone to the solicitor myaclf. Charmtn* old boy. and remembers tho visit distinctly. Moreover, he did go to stay at Sidney Scwcll, and Mrs. Thurston, as we know, was in touch with him there. And finally he did come to this house, was In this house at the time of the murder, and is, unless Beef has let 'Well. Sergeant, you had'better arrest him," I said. him get away, in this house at! this minute." Lord Simon paused at this point to rccross his legs and sip some Napoleon brandy which Butterfield hod craftily put into one of Dr. Thurston's decanters so that his lordship could enjoy his favorite beverage without ill-breeding. The paujo made mo so 1m- patient and curious that I could not help saying. "And you know who It is, Lord Simon?" "Yc*. I know who it Is." -How did you find out?" *That was really too easy. I instructed Butterficld to obtain photographs of all the men here who could, so far as age was concerned, have been the stepson. And armed with these I went, as you know, to Sidney Scwcll. The public house was disappointing, for It bad recently changed hands. But the postmistress had not only been there a long time, but had an excellent memory. She Instantly recognized one of the portraits as that of a young man who had stayed In the village some years ago. There is no point in keep in* the name from, you. It was David Strickland. I have since confirmed it. Strickland's real name Is Burroughs, and Burroughs, as you will remember, was the name of Mrs. Thurston's first husband. Strickland is In fact the stepson In question." "Well, sergeant." I sold, rising, "you'd better arrest him." But Sergeant Beef did not move. "I should want to know a great deal more than that before I was to arrest anyone," he said. "Very likely Mr. Strickland was Mrs. Thurston'a stepson. I'm not saying he wasn't. 'E was a very generous gentleman, and always stood drinks all round when be camo down to the village. So I don't see that 'Is being f er stepson makes 'im a murderer, does it?" Lord Simon smiled. "All right, sergeant," he said. "You should hear the whole thing. All in good Ume, what?" I was relieved, I think. Though I felt no personal animosity towards Strickland, I hod no particular affection for him, and I was thankful, at least, that this continual suspecting of each person in turn was over, and I could hear the rest of the details undisturbed by doubt. Nor was I greatly surprised. The fact that Strickland's room was next door to llary Thurston'a had always] seemed to me highly suspicious. Lord Simon continued: "There can be little doubt that the murder was a premeditated! one. It was very carefully; planned. But I think it was what! you might call conditional premeditation. Strickland wanted? money, as we shall see later. Audi if he had been given enough of it) this week-end he might not have, committed this highly unpleasant crime. But he had his plans ready! before he came here. Ho Knew; the house well, and the peoples who worked in it, and those who* were to bo Invited for the weekend. He knew, too, that if Mrs-i Tnurston was murdered, suspicion, would certainly fall on him, for he had the strongest motive. As the stepson who had changed his name, and who would Inherit a fortune on Mrs. Thurston's death, he couldn't escape suspicion. So, knowln* what he was up against,, he hod to work things out pretty carefully. "And, believe me, ho did. I don't like to think how long It took for the plan to mature In- his somewhat turgid brain. Months probably. And it wasn't a bod plan--as plans go. It had Ita weak spots, of course, but we must rcmcm ber that this was our friend's first effort In this line. Ho- couldn't bo expected to be perfect. And I think ou the -whole his attempt at beln' bofflin* was creditable for an amateur. If ho had been just a little bit cleverer he might have deceived me. But ' then if he had been just a little bit cleverer he wouldn't have gon» in for murder at all. It's a mug's game. "However, thus we have him, arriving for this week-end, ID urgent need of money, and determined to get it from Mary Thurston, by persuasion if possible. And if that foiled, he had In his brain a complete plan for mur- derin' her in a way which would perplex half a dozen Scotland Yards. But I don't think we should run away with the Idea that, had she handed over what he wanted, it would have saved her life. It might have postponed his crime, but no more. When her first husband made that will ho pretty well did for Mrs. Thurston. It should be a lesson to people who moke wills on those lines.** (To Bo Continued) Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale 84 HAVE THK SATISFACTION OF OWNING A REAL HOME! SIX ROOMS--Bath, garage* healer. Al- tractUc location, paved street. Ovvnc^ leaving city. A real bargain to quick buyer. A DUPLEX--Real in^citmcnt Havo a home nnd let It piy for itself. Let us tell you how. PETER R. WELMI.R. WEIMEH ARCADE. SEE THIS PROPERTY! SYCAMORE STREET--Six room frame house, basement, vapor sleim heat, al] conveniences Tw o car garage. Can arrange suitable terms WM P McNULTY EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1760 PROPERTIES FOR SALE OR RENT] T C. PHALIN. SO CONNELLSVILLE. PA. PHONE 975 AS LONG AS ou have tho Clasllled Section, you nccdn t wait long to obtain anything you need--It Is easy to get REMEMBER our special offer. We will run jour ad bcven times for the price of six IP YOU DON'T seo what you want in tills section, advertise for It Phone. 12 or 13 for an ad-taker YOU TELL US your details and w e l l v. rite your nd Phone 12 or 13 for an jd-takcr WHEN VOU SHOP through the Clashed bcctioii you buy from choice not Crom persuasion TWO HOMES IN PRITTSTOWN -- For wile. One he\cn room house, with bnth. hcatei. clcctrit City witer, fiuit trees, outbuildlnfif and two acres o t t ground One si\ loom hoube, electric. City w iter, c.iraRC chicken hou^e and two .jcrcb of ground All are free of debt. Laura MilliCan. R D No 2 MU Plea:,- .int. Pa. FOR SALE--Eight room brick house, all modern convenience^. Inquire 308 Walnut nvcnuc, or call 180 -M. Scottdalc. FOR SALE--House of unusual good value. $1,600. Robert Norris Phone 505. Lots For Sale SEVERAL NICE BUILDING LOTS! FOR SALE--At Poplar Grove. 60x140 £t City water and gas, telephone service, near Street Car line and highway II j ou arc interested In good building loti at real Bargain Prices, seo C B .McCormlck Poplar Grove, Phone. Con- neJlsville, 1204-J. or write PoM Oiflcc Bo\ 144. ConncllsvIIIc. Pa CLARIFIED ADb arc messengers of thrift. Auctions--Legals Legal Notices. 91 ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. THE ESTATE OF RAYMOND R, Ringer, late of South Conncllsville, Fay- ctte County. Pa, deceased. Lcttcrt, o£ Administration in the above estate having been granted to the tmdcr- Mgncd, notice Is hereby given to all persons Indebted to the said decedent to make pjjmcnt to the undersigned without delay, and all persons having claims or demands against paid estate aro requested to make known the same. W. S. Ringer. Administrator. South Conncllsville, Pa. HlKbee, Lcuellyn fit Iligbeo, Attorn eyis, 7fcb-Ct-mon. NOTICE TO BIDDERS. THE CONTROLLER OF FAYETTE County will receive bids at the Controller's Otllce in the Court House. Uniontown. Pa . until 10 A. M Wednesday, Mirch 9. 1918, for mining coal at the Count Home mine for one beginning April 1, 1938 AH bidden, who wl*h to be considered must -be qualulcd miners with thr mine foreman's certificate They must also agree to - carry Workmcns compensation, and to assume piMncnt of, all tnxi;. required b Hw The Commissioners rtfer\c the right to reject any or nil bid:. Albert Montgomery, County Controllei. mar-1-3-7. A D M I N I S T R A T R I X NOTICI! C W Martin, Allot nc\ THE ESTATE OF HARRIET MURPHY, lute of Franklin Township Fattte County, Pa , deceased Letters of Administration in the above estate having been granted TO the undersigned, notice is heribv given to al' persons inedbttd t the said decedent to mike pajment to the undersigned without delaj. and all persons hruing claims or demands against said estate arc requested to mr* c known the same Phoebe M Brock, Administratrix, Smock, Pa Mfcb»0l-mon IN DEALING through Classified Ads nothing is \\astcd Both buyer and seller profit equally A-No 1 SERVICE is what you gel from Classified Ads When jou havo a special need to illl. phone us the particulars and details, YOU can get an ad-taker at 12 or 13 REMEMBER, The more you say. the quicker it poji. Auctions--Legals Lccal Notices NOTICE TO BIDDERS. THE CONTROLLER OF FAYETTE County will receive bids 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 'o reject any or all bids. Albert Montgomery. County Controller. mar-l-3-7. EXncUTOR'S NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT Letters Testamentary on the EsUtte ol Mary Morris, deceased, laic of South Connollsvlllc, Faycttc County, Penno. Imvc been gianted to the undersigned, to whom all persons Indebted to said.fstatc arc requested to make" tmmcdiaty payment and those having claims against same, will make them known without delay. Harry Morris, Executor. Reidmore Road, South Conncllbvtllc, Pa. ?lfcb-6t-mon NOTICK TO THE CONTROLLER OF FAYETTE County will rcccUc bids at the Controller s Ofllcc in the Court House, Uti- iontoun, Pa. until 10 A. M. Wednesday. March 9. 1038. for furnishing one seven ) passenger automobile for the use of the County Commissioners. Each bidder it to make a trad* 4 -In allowance for one Chcxrolct Coupe. The Commissioners rcscr\e the right to reject any or all bids. Albert Montgomery, County Controller. mar-1-3-7 THE CLASSIFIED SECTION offers a complete catalogue of the wants and offers of the people of Conncllsville and vicinity CLASSIFIED purchasers are not re- rrcttcd becaues they arc only made when the buyer needs to bu" and tho seller needs to sell WHENEVER you have B real need to fill the Classified Section will help you to fill tt quickly as easily and Inexpensively SPEND HALF as much for twice as much by shopping through the Classified Adb PATRONIZE those who advcrtls*.

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