PAGE TEN. ' THE DAILY COURIER, CONNBLLSVILLE, PA. , MARCH 9,193S. Courier ClassifLed Advertisements 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9c cash; lOc charge. I^or Quick Results -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. r-i Ads to Be Run 3 Times: ,-, TM Per line, 7c cash; So charge. *--' Ads to bo Run|6 Times or More: Per line, 6c cash; 7c charge. These Rates Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. There are five (5) average words to each line. "Cards of T-Hanlcs,""-50c Flat Rate."- - f- ' Phone, ! 12 or 13 for an Ad-Tcfker. Special--Yojiir; Ad Inserted W 7" Times for the Price of Six!--Specia/ - Â·" No Ad. Is Taken For Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Flowers and Mcrarninc Goods 4 BASKETS SPRAVS AT KEASONABl^E PRICESI P R. DeMUTH SONS , C"VILLE--SO - SCOTTDALE--XH Personals MAN--Get vfRor nt once! Now Ostrcx Tonic Tablets contaln'raw. oystcrlTln- vtgorators and other fctftnulants.* One dose peps up organs, glands, blood. Rcsu1ar_pricc 51. Special price ' Sc. Call, write Union Drug Co.- Â· -Strayed. Lost, Fouofl - 10 Automotive Automobiles for Sale LOST-^Slberlan Sarooed'Doff, malc."sÂ«VttÂ» years old. Liberal reward. Call Â· or : write Wilson Undcrman. Dlckcraon Automotive Automobiles (or Sate 11 WE OFFER YOU EVERY USED CAB AT A BARGAIN PRICE I For 7 Dai Only. During NATIONAL USED CAR EXCHANGE WEEK March ith to March 12th YOU'LL BE AMAZED--At the LOW ' prices' Never be/ore have we offered such GENUINE VALUES. Every car In good condition . . . many_ guaranteed Â· ... and a large -selection to choose from. This is a SPECIAL SALE! You'll save real money by coming to see us today. We arc ftlso offering especially good trade-In allowances. SEE THESE CARS! * ~ 2836 Chevrolet Deluxe Coupe equipped with heater. 1035 Chevrolet Town Deluxe Sedan with Radio and Heater. 1937 Chevrolet Master Sport Sedan equipped tilth Radio and Heater. 1935 Dodge Coupe with Radio, Hooter and Sporl Light. 1036 Plymouth Coupe -with a Good Heater. 1837 Chevrolet Deluxe Sport Sedan equipped with a complete line of accessories. Radio and Heater. OTHER EXCELU2NT BUYS! 1934 Chevrolet Master Coup*. 1KH Chevrolet Sport Sedan. 1932 Ford 4-Cyllnder Coupe. 1932 Chevrolet Master Coupe. 1931 Ford 4-cylinder Coupe. 1935 Chevrolet Town Sedan. ALSO--We avÂ«- on hand, nine used TrucJei, ranging* /rom .-ton to I'.y-lon ^capacity. They have been thorouchly "reconditioned and ready /or the road. Let 115 make a" deal today! Very, Very Easy Tcrmal MASON MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED ' CJUEVBO^ET SALES : SERVICE. 127 WEST APPLE STREET. PHONE 105. Open Evenings! Open Sundays! * LOOK 1 -- LOOK! -- ~ ~' WE'RE COOPERATING " "WITH NATIONAL .USED r~ . CAR EXCHANGE WEEK! - Lok at theic great buysl Act now before prices go up. Every car priced " to move--every car a real bargain! SELLING BELOW MARKET VALUE I ,1030 Na^h Six Coach /or only . $65 1031 Ford Victoria Coupe. 1937 Lincoln Zephyr Sedan equipped with - " Radio and Heater. 1930 Ford Deluxe Coupe. 1935 Ford Deluxe 4-door Sedan. OrlRlnal owner, low mileage and In tho very best of condition. 2-1934 Ford Coupes, thoroughly reconditioned and ready to go. 1923 Chevrolet Coach. Ideal /or driving to work--$40. 1937 Ford Deluxe 4-door Touring Sedan. Original owner. 1931 Ford U-ton panel Truck. 4-1D31 Ford Model A Tudor Sedan. Take your choice. 1032 Ford Coupo. 1D3C Ford Deluxe Tudor Touring Sedan. Like New. 4-1934 Ford Deluxe 2-door Sedans. 1933 Ford Deluxe 4-door Sedan equipped with Radio 1035 Ford Deluxe 2-door Sedan. 1937 Ford 65 Standard 2-tloor Sedan. 1934 Ford Victoria Coupe. WANTED--We ntc willing to trade new .*Â· 1938 Fords nnd Lincoln-Zephyr Cars on "" Rood late model Used Cars. Sec ut. today lor a Â£ood trade-In allowance. You Name The Termsl WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY - AUTHORIZED FOItD LINCOLN- DEALERS. W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 407 Open Evening:.--Open Sundays. Business Service Professional Services PRIVATE DETECTIVE--Frank E. Corwln, private Investigation, criminal and civil. Profc^slonnl shadow work. Telephone. Day Time. McKcesport. 4300. Night, 3610. CORRECT FITTING TRUSSES -- Elastic Hosiery and other uirglcal ipplinnccs. A. A. Clarke. PI IG. Druggist. 323 North Plttsburg street. Phono 194. Repairing and KcJlnixhinff UPHOLSTERING--Repairs, factory methods. Aw ntnfis, slip covers. Latest fabrics. Rudolph's. 131 E. Falrview Avc. Phono 2817-J. Employment Help Wanted--Male 33 WANTED--Man with car. Sec or write Waller B. Pope. Sr,, Dunbar, Pa. Financial Need Money 40-B SHORT OF CASH Get a Personal Loan here. Only ONE thing needed:--the ability to repay mall, regular amount* on any loan plan you select. Come in NOW I LOANS up to $300--ALL FLANS, PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY Over McCrory'5 Store. Phone 34. WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE. Instruction RELIABLE MEN--To take up -MR CONDITIONING and Electric Hct^iKcrati Prcftr men now vmplo c! anil mechanically inclined, with fair education and wlllmg to tniln Â·spare time to *comc expert;, in installation and service work as \vcll a^ planning. oMUnntlng etc Write, Klvlnj; age, present occup.i lion UUHUts Inst, Box 55. care Courier. Merchandise Jlouehald Goods FOR SALEI -- SALE! BARGAINS-- In all kinds of used furniture including wnshlnc mnchlncs. Also flat top desks, adding machines and typewriters. DULl/S STORAGE S EAST PEACH STREET. PHONE. 50. FOR SALE--One Majestic Conl Range in food condition Price reasonable. Mr*. M E. France. Poplar Grove. Phone 613-M Special at the Stores 64 OFFICE SPECIAIr-- RcmlniUon standard No 10 TJ pev. rltor. guaranteed Special Â»24I5. New F. Jt K. Check Writer, "Special $C95 Kcstncr's Book Store. 325 West Apple Street. Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board G8 JOHNSTON AVKNUE, 607--Nice size bedroom KuiUiuJc for two persons, ladles or Kertlemcn. Kent reasonable. Use of phone. Phone 332. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats TWO MODERN APARTMENTS--For rent, one. five rooms and bath unl one four rooin^ and both. Located over Snydcr's MÂ» n's Store. KM West Crawford Avenue. Inquire. Snj dor's Store SIX ROOM APARTMENT-- Furnished, in downtown location Available at once Apply Paramount Theatre FOR JIENT--Tuo room furnished apartment. 002 Kn^t Crawford Avenue Haslnc.ss Places for Rent 75 FOR RKNT--Cunnlncli.im shop, suitable for car storage or \vork shop. Inquire 31C Or.dcn strict. Houses for Kent NATIONAL USED CAIt EXCHANGE WEEK MARCH 5th TO MARCH 12th. 3937 Chrysler Imperial 4-door TourlnK Sedan. Equipped -with over-drive, heater and radio. Low mileage $793 1035 Ford Special 7-passenger 4-door Touring Sedan. Has Radio, Heater and Alnvhecl Tires . -. ... ,,. $374 1934 Plymouth Deluxe Coupe ... - ,, $279 1934 Plymouth Sedan . . . $293 1934 Tcrraplane Business Coupe with heater. Low mileage - . . 5249 1935 Dodge Business Coupe, equipped v.lth Heater. Low mileage $374 1934 P. E. Plymouth deluxe 2-door Sedan with Heater and Scat Coi-crs . $310 The above car* will be shown In our. curbstone display -- between Church Place and Fairview Avenue--tomorrow and all next week. Many other cars, marked at new low prices, ore shown on our display floor at Hillcrcst. Termsl Demonstrations! Trades! "LAWRENCE GALLEY CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH SALES it SERVICE. _ HILI.CREST On Connellsvlllc-Scottdale Road. PHONE 1073. NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED-1034 Hudson 4-door Sedan. Paint. Upholster}' snd Urct. all like new. Original Owner. Equipped with Radio and Heater. Terms can he arranged. David Wcrthcimer. Jr.. 706 South Pittsburs Street. Phone G60-J. TINE LATE MODEL USED CARS E. E. VAN SCOY. INC. 250 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PIIONE Â«3 .'LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOK SALES 356 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234 LATE MODEL USED CARS! HETZEL-YOLTNG MOTOE CO. SCOTTDALE. PENNA. PHONE 407 SACRIFICE J33900--1936 Ford Coach, four new tires., 18,000 miles, A-l condt tlon. Phone 34. Autos. Accessories, Tires, Tarts 13 ALL CAR CHAINS . . . . li OFP! ALL CAR HEATF.US . U OFF I STORAGE BATTERY (EXCH.) . $339 MOTOR OIL. I GALLONS . .. 79c ALCOHOL. PER GALLON 53c FOG LIGHTS .,, PER PAIR, $4.75 B BATTERIES . 98c MIDGET RADIOS . . ". S12 95 UP LOWEST PRICES. AUTO PARTS. TIRES. RADIO TUBES ACCESSORIES. COLDK TIRE *.- RADIO COMPANY. IK! E. CRAWFOKD AVE PHONE 110. SEE THESE AUTOMOBILES TODAY! National Used Car Exchange Week. March 5th to March 12th. WANT TO SAVE MONEY---Right now I the time to net the YEAR'S BEST BUYS In used cars. Special low price on every used car in stock. Switch to a BETTER CAR today! 1937 Packard 120, Touring Sedan equipped Â·with Heater and Defroster. Will sell for _ . SS75 1037 Packard "6" Coupe . . $075 1936 Packard "120" Coupe .$675 1934 Buick Touring Sedan Wtth heater $330 1933 Pontlac Coupe . . $175 1935 Ford V-3 Coupe with Heater . *295 1933 DcSoto Sedan equipped %Uth hcat- Cf ,, . $250 1932 Plymouth Coupe with Heater . S175 1931 Dodge Coupe with Rumble Seat J125 1D30 Ford 4-cylinder Cupe . $110 1930 Ford 4-cylindcr Cou, . ; 65 Terms Arnnged To Plcasn You! TURNER AUTOMOBILE COMPANY 9th ST. W. CRAWFORD. PHONE, 377 PACKARD SALES It SERVICE Livestock FOR RENT--Five roomi, bath, larRi porch and yard. In Greenwood. Inquln 326 E. Falrview A\enuc. Horses, Cattle, Other Stock 48 I FOR RENT--Modern South Plttsburn St. Mr. Ilebb. six room house Phone 487. ask foi FOR SALE--2 Rood work hon.tL. ... _ -- fricorator. ISO Ib Ice capacity. 1 direct I JEFFERSON STI1EKT. 318--Double house current Kohler llphtinK pl.mt. capacity t six rooms, btth, p.mtrj. furnace. J22 00 150 -uatt. 3 motors. i 4 II. P. Rcndlnc's Park. Unlontown Road Repairing--Service Stations 10 ELECTRIC ARC WELDING--Done by Special Welder, quickly and guaranteed ! Both steel and cast Iron, steam or hot air furnaces cylinder heads, ondno blocks, etc. PUZIO AUTO PAINT AND BODY SnOP, 127 N. ElShth St.. West Side. Business Service Business Service Offered 18 UPHOLSTERING AWNINGS--FURNITURE REPAIRING. QUALITY WORK GUARANTEED ESTIMATES FREE! FISHER'S. 322 S. PGH. ST. PHONE 0045. $1 OILS--And makes minor adjustments on any sewing machine in your home. Parts extra. Phone 890. Troutman's. WALL PAPER CLEANED--75c per room, and up. R. Lewcllyn and P. Moscr. Phone 2122, Connellsville. Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KINDS EXCEPT LIFE FAYETTE REALTY CO. PHONE 1375.. T. D. GARDNER. MGR RELIABLE INSURANCE -- All klndi. James R. L,iUKhlin--INSURANCE Sec me for ratct.. 309 Firbt National Bank Building. Phone 520 Moving. Trucking, Storage 25 EVERY LOAD INSURED! Long distance and local moving Modern storage for household floods. We do crating for shipment by rail Dull's Transfer Storage Phone 50 122 E. Peach strict. Printing, Engraving. Uindlnc 27 YOU TELL US your details and well write your ad* Phono 12 or 13 for an %d-takcr. PATRONIZE those who ndvertist'f You tell us and well tell the \\orldi Yearly rates upon request. E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON i'OUR PRINTING WOHKI Letter Heads!--Bill iieadsl For Rent Cards'--For Sale Cardsl Calllna Cjrdj,!--Hand Bills!--Blndlnzi No Trespassing Signs For Sale! All Work Guaranteed! At Reasonable Rates! COURIER JOD DEPARTMENT PHONE 65 COURIER BLDO OR PHO.VE RESIDENCE. 91 Poultry, EKCT anil Supplies 45 BABY CHICKS -- All brccdi. Purina Stnrtcna. Keystone Feed Store. 110 West Apple Street, Phone 307. Merchandise Articles for Silo 51 WE ARE QUITTING BUSINESS! MUST SELL ENTIRE STOCK! 200 Straw Hats. S3 50 value, each 08c 75 Bathing Suits 50c to 5! 05 75 Silk Woo! Scarfs. $3 values, la. SOc 150 Men's Suits . $15 t $20 W) Top Coats Overcoats $1275 to $22.50 100 Men's hummer Suits $5 to $12 50 200 Men's Felt Hats . $1.29 to $295 175 Pr. Freeman Shoes .. Was to $485 100 Sweaters nnd Jackets . $1 19 to $3 48 WILL SELL VERY REASONABLE--Show Cases, Tables, Counters. Window Fixtures, Shelving. Cash Registers. Mirrors, Safe, Benches and Etc. DAVID WERTMEIMER. JR 706 S. P1TTSBURG ST. PHONE C60-J. Farm and Dairy Products 55 six rooms, Hardware. Wanted--To Rent 8 WANTED TO RKNT--Six room house electric, furnace, and three to 5 acr Innd. Write Box 150, care Courier, Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate DO YOU WANT TO BUY . . . RENT ... OR SELL?? SEE ME TODAY--I have properties in al sections of the City and surrounding communities. Will be glad to talk I over anytime or an place. PAUL WAGONER 1003 W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE SOMETHING FOR NOTHING? NO--But more for your Real Estat Dollar than you will ever get again BUY NOW I PFTER R. WEIMKR WE1MER ARCADE. SOMERSET POTATOES GRADED--$1.25 per bag No 2 potatoes, 75c per bug Apples, SOc per bushLl. Phone 865-R. 413 E, Washington Ave. PROPERTIES FOR SALE OR RENT! T. C. PHAL1N. I SO. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. PHONE 97] FOR SALE--Baled Timothy Haj, SOc por bale. J, P. Laughcrty, near Bcllvlcw School. MR. FARMER HERE'S MONEY IN YOUR POCKBTI Why not ran a small inexpensive Classified Ad In our Classified Section which will find a market for your farm products, your llvo stock, your farm mplcments. and household goods? You will find many people who want to buy the many things you have for cnlcl The Dally Courier has a largo rural circulation which makes It the popular choice among the farmers and assures you that your message will rcich tho pcoplo who are in tho market for your products You Will Find: Our rates In the nbovo Classified heading Classified Ads are payabl All Fuel. Feed, Fcrliii/crs 5fi COA1,--Ucst giade !i-lt coal Any amount delWLied. Snnd. ctment and building supplies Prompt delivery. Gerald Schomcr. Phojic 1D91. EXCELLENT GRADE--D Ft! Coking Coal. 13c delivered. George W. Ktrns. Phone 4121-H-ll. GENUINE WASHINGTON RUN COAL-Win. Dull nnd Son Phone Connellsvlllc 107: Dawson 32GI or iJ3t. COAL--Good black lumpy run of mine, IOC bushel delivered Cn ,h. Koballa Bros Phone 20,i" Houses for Sale SEE THIS PROPERTY) SYCAMORE STREET--Six room from house, basement, \upor steam heat, conveniences Two ear garage. Ca Arrange suitable terms. WM. P. McNULTY EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 17C I_EIQ BRUCE: COPYRIGHT RY LEO BRUCE ( RELEASED RY CCKTRAL PRESS ASSOCIATION CHATTER 40 -NOW STRICKLAND'S plan did not sound to Fell owes as crazy , na it may sound *.o you," Lord Simon pointed out. "In the first place, Mrs. Thurston could bo relied on to go to bed at 11. In the jtccond place, she was obviously a woman who could be easily scared. And in the third place, by escaping out of the window, Strickland would give a pretty fair Imitation of a bloke from outside. He would have to make sure of her fltlcncc, of course, till he was well away, and be would have to moke certain that sho did not follow him across to her window, irad BCO him pop into his own. But neither of those would be very difllcult. , "Pcllowcs, in any case, was not hard to convince, because hia own part in the affair wasn't very difficult or incriminating. All he hud to do was to have tho rope in when Strickland was ^safely in his window, and afterwards collect hJs share of the loot. That was not a hell of n Job for a man who hnd already been to JaU for house break Ing. "So the whole thing was arranged thus. During dinner Fellowes was to get the rope from the gymnasium, hang it out of the window of hi a own bedroom, which, as you know, IB over Strickland's room, go down into Mrs, Thurston's room, and by means of n hooked stick or something haul the end of the rope over to her window. He could fix it there by the simple expedient of pulling the end Into the room,, and hauling the window down on top of it. Even 11 nny- onc went Into the room after him, and before Mrs. ThurHton came to bed, thoso long curtains would hide it, "When the ropo was fixed, Fol- lowcs was to take out the electric light bulb, so that when Strickland came the room would be In holf-darknesa. And after that he had nothing to do until 11. when be was to go ,up to his bedroom and haul in the rope. "Meanwhile Strickland, so far as Fcllowcs knew, was to go to bed early, get into Mrs. Thurston's room In his rough disguise, wait far her to come to bed, clap n hand over her mouth quickly to prevent her screaming, gag her, force her to open the safe, pocket tho jewelry, tie Mary Thurston to something out of sight of the window, climb out onto the rope, let the rope swing him to his own window as it would kindly do In obeying the law of gravity, nip in, conceal tho tomfoolery, and bo ready to como out of his room and join the hue and cry. "Fellowcs thought U a splendid idoiu Ho saw only oac snag in 1L That was his friend Miles. He knew it was Miles* day off, and that he, who would certainly be outside and not inside the house, would, as an experienced cat- burglar, be at once suwpcctcd. But this he could cosily avoid by sec- Ing MHca that afternoon, and telling him to sec that he bad n cast iron alibi in tho evening. So Fci- lowea was quite happy. "And Strickland's own real, and rathet more private plan, was now perfect, too. No paltry disguises for him. A disguise might frighten her into giving n premature scream. He could be waiting In Mrs. Thuraton's room his own cbannin* and natural guise, and when she came up be would neatly silt her throat and nwing home in safety. He would then step out of his room with a perfect nlibl almost before anyone could reach her door. Afterwards, he would have to explain it to Fellowcs as necessary. And Fellowes would be too deeply involved to peach. Faaclnatln' fellow--Strickland." "Night fell, as they sny." con Unued Lord Simon in the airy "Fasclnatln' fellow--Strickland." way which be customarily used for the discussion of such atrocities, "and It was a nice windy night so that goings-on at windows would not bo heard. You all gathered in the lounge for cocktails. And now an odd thing happened. There was talk of murder, and of the discovery of murderers. Awkward that, and for a time it quite took the wind out of our friend's soils, or put the wind up him. .whichever you please. He didn't like the sound of it. Nasty idea, that, of inevitable discovery. He flattered himself on having worked out a neat little plan, but suppose he wasn't quite as clever as he thought? Your conversation, in fact, nearly saved Mrs. Thurston's life. Perhaps Strickland even thought someone had rumbled him, and was delicately polntin' out that it really wouldn't do. "At nil events, he so far hesitated in his ideas as to hove another try for some money. UT, after all. aho could be persuaded to see him out off his tight corner, he privately resolved--very kindly--to refrain from killin* her. Aud ho went to her room before dinner and pleaded again. But by that time the unhappy lady had parted with her Â£200 to Stall, probably during tho afternoon, when sho had gone to her room for her usual stcsta. Stall, when I asked him, when he had received the money, told on obvious Me. He said that It was just after lunch on Thursday, whereas we know from that cashier who wore thnt unsightly sort of plaque in his tie, that Mrs. Thurston did not druw it until three o'clock. Stall chose a time when he knew she was in her room--Just after lunch on Thursday. But he didn't know that she hadn't then drawn the money. His reason for lying was obvious. He would ad mit when pressed that he hnd hod the money 'as a gift' but he wasn't going to admit that he'd been in her room on the day of tho murder. Well, would you ? I'm hanged if I wou'd in his place. Nasty things, murders, Best to keep away from them. "Stall was a blackmailer of the sneerin', bullyln* sort, for he hat deliberately leaned against m lady's dress in' table and taken snuff In her face to show hia independence. So that when Strickland tried again for money he/ was dlsapp olntcd. .Ml Mary Thurston could do for him was to give him, or lend him, her diamond pendant which he could pawn for enough to see him through, perhaps. The fact that he slipped the thing in his pocket was evidence, I think, that at that moment he had abandoned the idea of his crime. Well, vnclllatin' is dangerous, and he regretted: afterwards having accepted, tbÂ« thing. "Townsend, he knew, saw him coming out ot Mrs. Thurston's room. But when. later, he had taken up bis resolution again, that did not seem to matter. Why, after all, shouldn't he have spoken to his hostess for a moment?. After a driul; or two he could; shrug that away as unimportant. He came down to dinner, and, while making it clear that ho. was abnormally tired, he behaved otherwise without any of the eccentricity that might be expected of a man who was making up his mind to commit a murder. And some time before Mrs, Thurston, would retire, he rose, said good night, and went up to his room. "Fellowes. in the meantime, bad done his half-unconscious part. Under the pretense of 'running in" the motor, he had gone down toÂ» the village in the afternoon and! warned Miles. And Miles had in- genioualy established his alibi by[ securing no less n pcrsc than the' village sergeant as his partner iaj this cnthrallin* gome of darts ofi which we have heard so much,, and then pretending to bo so' drunk that several witnesses had to help htm home to a room 1 which he shared with another, witness. So he was all right. "But when Fellowes. during- dinner, bad reached the gymnasium he was a trifle puzzled.; Would one of those ropes be longv enough? I own that I was my--, self perplexed at the finding tf. two ropes, until I realized thati this question had worried Fel-- lowcs." (To' lie Continued) Auctions-Legals Legal Notices. ADMINISTRATRICES' NOTICE. Ch.irlcs w. Rush, Attorney. ESTATE OF C. B. ARISON. LATE OF VjndcrbJlt, Fajctte County, Pennsylvania, deceased. Letter* Administration d b n. in the above cst-itc having been granted to the undersigned, notice is hereby given to all persons Indebted to the Mild decedent to rmkc pnment to the undersigned with* out delay, and all person:, hnxlng claims or demands against said estate ore requested to make krown the same. Loin.T. Fay Clash, Box 393 Vandcrbm, Pa. Loma C. Arisen, Box 04 McrrHtitown, Pa. Administratrices, d. b n. 9fcb-Gt-v.cd FOR SALR-Elght room brick house, all modern convenances Inquire 318 Walnut nvinuc, or call I80-M. Scottdale. FOR SALF--House of unusual good value. $1.000. Ilobcrt, Noiris. Phone 505. Lots For Sale 85 SUVKKAl* NICC BUILDING LOTSI FOR SALK--At Poplar Grove. bOxHO ft City water uiicl pas, telephone service. noar Street Car line nnd hiftlmay. II ou .ire InUrcsKd in fiood building lots at real Bargain Prices, sec C B McCormick. Poplar Grove. Phono, Con- ncllwiUc, 1204-J, or write Post Office Eox 144, Conncllsville. Pa. Wanted--Heal Estate S3 WANTED TO BUY AT ONCE--Thice 01 four room cottage with bath. 4M Eliza Street. ConncllsUUc. Auctions-Legols Legal Notices. tluuchold Goods 53 CLASSIFIED ADS *ro messenger* ot tbrlit. STORE WIDE REDUCTIONS ON ALL FURNITUUK. RUGS AND STOVES COME IN! tEE' AND SAVE' LARCK TRADE-IN* ALLOWANCES MEHVIS KUHNITURE COMPANY NORTH PITTSHURC ST. PHONE 2020 YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD I1LRE 1 quicker It pays. The more you *Â«ty. thÂ« UAHOAINS--In nil k'ndi of rebuilt furnl- i t u c S,im's UnhoNturmK A. Ktpnir, 30T N. Water St. Connclhvillv. XOTICK TO TAXPAY!US OK UPPER 'I VIIO.VJ; TOWNSHIP. KAi JvJTi: COUNTY, PA THE PROPOSED ANNUAL BUDGET or Upper Tironv To\\n--hip tor the c.ir 1938 .is require cl by Legislate c Act Xo, liWJ, a p n t o \ u d June 5. 1937, is now In the hands of the SicrUiiy An ta\p.t3er interested m.i soc --amc at thu home ol Uiu\ A K.mkin, Sccre tir.i, Stottciile Pa, St.u Route, Bo.ml of Upper Tj i one louij'iiip iiipirv Ivors P G Gi*mondi. Ch.urm.in mar-10-22-1'8. KXKCUTOU'S NOTICE. Jncob K Horcwltr, Attorney. ESTATE OK ETTA LOUDEN. LATE OF ConnclJwlIlc. Kayettc County, Pennsylvania, Dccea'ed. Letters testamentary In UK* above estate havliiR been granted to the under- vlfincd, notice Is hereby i;l\ en to all sonb indebted to the said decedent to mnkc payment to the undersigned without tltil.i}, and all persons h.ivlntf claims or demands against said estate ftrc rc- itod to make known thu 5amc, Ilarrv D. Louden. Executor. 509 Harrison Avenue, Grecnsluiii,'. Pcnnsj lianla 2mar-Gl-\\cd. NOTICi: 'IO UIDDLItb. SEALED BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED .it 11 e uJllcc of the City Clerk, until 5 o'cloLk P. M , Monday. April 4, 1938. for fin m^ijng material^ and truck hire t improve Water Street from West Fair view A\c*iuc to West Fnvuttc Street, West Fair view Avenue from Soutl Water Strd to South Arc f i Street. West Church Place, from South Water street to South Arch Street, Ob per list and spi.clflcat.oni on file In the ofUcc of the Clt yEnglneei or the City Clerk Council or all bids. . the riÂ£ht to reject any City of Councils ville, P II. Bulghlo}. Purchasing Agent DID YOU LOSE your purse or care case? Let us run a Lost and Found ad for ou Just phone. 12 or 13 for an ad- taker THERE ARE many thlnsa obtainable through the Classified Ads that U would be difficult to cct In any other TV REMEMBER our special ofTcr. We M i l l run 3our ad seven times for the price ol six IK A PINCH Uic a Classified Ad. 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