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PAGE EIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 193S. Courier Classified Advertisements For Quick Results -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Speciol Yearly Rates Upon Request. r=. Ads) to bo Run 6 Times or More: ^ Per line, 6c cash; 7c charge. i These Rates Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. ( There are five (5) average words to each line. "Cards of Thanks," 50c Flat Rate. . Phone 1 2 or 1 3 for an Ad-Taker. Spec/a/- Your Ad Inserted X 7" Times for the Price of SixUSpea'a/ No Ad. Is Taken For Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9o cash; lOc charge. Ads to Bo Run 3 Times: Per line, 7c cash; So charge. Announcements Flowers and MonrnuE Goods 4 BASKETS SPBAYS AT REASONABLE PBICESI P. R. DcMUTH 4 SONS C'VILLE--59 SCOrTDALE--8M Personals MAN--Get visor at once! New Oitrcx Tonic Tablets conlaln raw oyster In- viKorators And other stimulants. One dose peps up organs. Rlands, blood. Regular price SI. Special price 89c. Call, write Union Drug Co, Automotive Automobiles "for Sale 11 Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 WE OFFER YOU EVERY USED CAR AT A BARGAIN PRICE 1 For 7 Days Only, During NATIONAL USED CAR EXCHANGE WEEK March 5th to March 12th YOU'LL BE AMAZED--At the LOW prlcesl Never before have ue offered such GENUINE VALUES. Every ear In good condition . . . many guaranteed . , . and a larpe selection to choose Jrom. Thl» Is a SPECIAL SALE! You'll save real money by coming to see us today. We are al.so offering especially good trade-In allowances. SEE THESE CARS I . - ~ 1936 Chevrolet Deluxe Coupe equipped with heater. 1D35 Chevrolet Town Deluxe Sedan with Radio and Heater. -1937 Chevrolet Master Sport Sedan equipped with Radio and Heater." ~ 3935 Dodge Coupe with Radio, Heater and Sport Light. 1938 Plymouth Coupe with a Good ' Heater. 1937 Chevrolet Deluxe Sport Sedan equipped with a complete line of accessories. Radio and Heater. OTHER EXCELLENT BUYS! 1934 Chevrolet Master Courx, 1934 Chevrolet Sport Sedan. 1132 Ford 4-Cyllndcr Coupe 1932 Chevrolet Master Coupe. 1931 Ford 4-cyllnder Coupe. 1D36 Chevrolet Town Sedan. ALSO--Wo' ave on hand, nine used Trucks, ranclnc^from ,-ton 10 1'i-ton capacity. They have been thoroughly reconditioned and ready for the road Let us make a deal today! Very. Very Easy Termul MASON-'JIIOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED CHEVROLET SALES tc SERVICE 127 WEST APPLE STREET. PHONE 105. Open Evening!' Open Sundayil Business Service Printing, Encravlnc, Bindine VI LOOK! -- LOOK I WERE COOPERATING WITH NATIONAL USED CAR EXCHANGE WEEK 1 Lok at these great buysl Act now before prices go up. Every car priced to movt*---ovory car n real bargain! SELLING BELOW MARKET VALUEI 1930 Nosh Six Conch for only $65 1931 Vord Victoria Coupe. 1937 Lincoln Zephyr Sedan equipped with Rndio and Heater. 1930 Ford Deluxe Coupe. 1935 Ford Deluxe 4-door Sedan. Original owner, low mileage and in the vqry best of. condition. £-1934 Ford Coupei. thoroughly reconditioned and ready to go 1928 Chevrolet Coach Ideal lor driving to v.orlc--$40. 1937 Ford Deluxe 4-door Touring Sedan. Original ow ner. 1931 Ford V.-ton Panel Truck. 4-1931 Ford Model A Tudor Sedan. Take your choice. 1932 Ford Coupe. 1936 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 85 Standard 2-door Sedan 1934 Vord Victoria Coupe. WANTED--We are willing to trade new 1938 Fords and Lincoln-Zephyr Cars on. good late model Used Cars See u*i to- day lor a good trade-In allowance. You Name The Terms! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED FOIID LINCOLN DEALERS. W. CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 407. Open Evenings--Open Sundays. E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUR PRINTING WORKI Letter Hcadsl-- Bill Headll For Rent Cardul--For Sale Cardsl Calling Cardsl--Hand DUlsl--Bindlngl No Trespassing Slfins For Sale! All Work Guaranteed I At Reasonable R»tcsl COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 68, COURIER BLDC. OR PHONE RESIDENCE. 81. Professional Services 28 PRIVATE DETECTIVE--Frank E Corwin, prKate in\estimation, criminal and civil. Professional shadow work. Telephone, Day Tlmb, McKecsport. 4300. Night. 3G1C. FCR SALEI -- iOR SALEI BARGAINS -- In all kinds ot used furniture including washing machines. Al- BO flat top desks, adding m*"-Mncs and DULL'S STORAGE 22 EAST PEACH STREET. PHONE, 50. [ CORRECT FITTING TRUSSES -- Elastic Hosiery and other surgical ippllanccs, A. A. Clirke. PH G. Druggist. 323 North Pittsburc street. Phono 104. NATIONAL USED CAR EXCHANGE WEEK MARCH 5th TO MARCH 12th. 1D37 Chrysler Imperial 4-door Touring Sedan. Equipped with over-drive, heater and radio. Low mileage $795 1935 Ford Special 7-passengcr 4-door Touring Sedan. Has Radio. Heater »nd Alrwheel Tires _ _ »374 1934 Plymouth Deluxe Coupe $279 1934 Plymouth Sedan $295 1934 Tcrraplane Business Coupo with heater. Low mileage ' $249 1935 Dodge Business Coupe, equipped with Heater. Low mileage 5374 1934 P. E. Plymouth deluxe 2-door Sedan with Heater and Scat Covers . S310 The above cars will be shown in our curbstone display -- between Church Place and Falrvlew A\*cnue--tomorrow and all next ucck. Many other cars, marked at new low prices, arc shown on our display floor at Hlllcrcst. Tcrnwl Demonstrations! TradesI LAWRENCE GALLEY CHRYSLER tc PLYMOUTH SALES Xi SERVICE. HILLCREST On Connellsvillc-Scottdalc Road. PHONE 1073. ALL THESE CARS ARE PERSONALLY ENDORSED AND GUARANTEED BY MR. E. E. VAN SCOY! We Are Cooperating With National Used Car Week. 3937 Terraplanc Super Coupe" equipped with Heater, has low mileage and looks and runs like new. 1936 Hudson Coupe with Radio. An Exceptional good buy. 1935 Hudson 8 Sedan. Orlglanl owner, tires and paint In A-No. 1 condition. 1035 Terraplanc Sedan, one owner and in extra good condition. 3935 Terraplanc Coupe, equipped with Radio and Heater. An cxccpltonal good buy. Easy Terms, Trades Demonstrations! E. E. VAN SCOY, INC HUDSON and TERRAPLANE SALES SERVICE. !K E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243 SEE THESE AUTOMOBILES TODAY! National Used Car Exchange Week, March 5th to March :2th. WANT TO SAVE MONEY--Right now Is . the time to get the YEAR'S BEST BUYS In tlied cars. Special low price on every used car In stock. Switch to n BETTER CAK today I 1937 Packard 120, Touring Sedan equipped with Heater and Defroster. Will sell for $875 1937 Packard "e" Coupe - S075 1930 Packard "120" Coupe . J075 1934 Bulck Touring Sedan with heater $350 1933 Ponliac Coupe , $175 1935 Ford V-8 Coupe with Heater $295 1933 DcSoto Sedan equipped with heat: $250 1932 Plymouth Coupe with Heater ,, $175 1931 Dodge Coupe with Rumble Scat $125 1930 Ford 4-cy!lntlcr Ciupe · $110 1930 Ford 4-eyllndcr Coui . $ 85 Terms Arnjigcd To Pleas* You! TURNER AUTOMOBILE COMPANY 9th ST. W. CRAWFORD. PHONE, 377 PACKARD SALES SERVICE Repairing and Itclinishlnfr 20 UPHOLSTERING--Repairs, factory methods. Awnlnrs. slip covers. Latest labrlci. Rudolph's, 131 E. Falrvlew Avc. Phono 1817-J. Employment Help Wanted--Male WANTED--Man to build TOMS arbor at a reasonable price. 209 W. Washington Avenue ' WANTED--Man with car Sec or write Walter B. Pope, Sr.. Dunbar. Pa. Financial Need Money 4»-B Auto Trucks, Tractors, Trailers 12 FOR SALE--1929 Ford A. PIck-Up. $35. Red's Service Station, on the hill. Autos, Accessories, Tires, Parts 13 BATTERIES RECHARGED . 49c MOTOR OIL, 2 GALLONS 79c STORAGE BATTERY (EXCH.) . $3.39 45 VOLT B BATTERIES . ,, 98c FOG LIGHTS (PAIR) $4.75 SPECIAL TIRE SALE! BUY--One tire at the regular price and get another tire for $2. ALL WINTER GOODS % OFF1 GOLDE TIRE 4 RADIO COMPANY 120 E CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 10. Repairing--Service Stations 16 ELECTRIC ARC WELDING--Done by Special Woldcr, quickly 'and guaranteed! Both steel and cast Iron, steam or hot air furnaces, cylinder hrads. engine blocks, etc. PUZIO AUTO PAINT AND BODY SnOP. 127 N. Eighth St., West Side. Business Servica Business Service Offered 18 UPHOLSTERING AWNINGS--FURNITURE REPAIRING, QUALITY WORK GUARANTEED. ESTIMATES FREE! FISHER'S. 322 S PGH. ST. PHONE 9645. SHORT OF CASH Get a Personal Loan here Only ONE thing needed --the ability to repay small, regular amounts on any loan plan you select. Come in NOW I LOANS up to $300--ALL PLANS PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY O\er McCrory's Store. Phone 34. WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE Livestock Horses, Cattle, Other Stock 18 FOR SALE--2 good work horses. 1 re frigcrator, 150 Ib. Ice capacity. 1 direct current Kohler lighting plant, capacity 1500 watt. 3 motors. U H P. Rendinc's Park, Uniontown Road Poultry, Eccs and Supplies 49 BABY CHICKS -- All breeds. Purina Startcna. Keystone Feed Store. 110 West Apple Street. Phone 107. Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 WE ARE QUITTING BUSINESSI MUST SELL ENTIRE STOCK! 200 Straw Hats. $3.50 value. 75 Bathing SulU 75 Silk Wool Scarfs. *3 150 Men's Suits 50 Top Coats . Overcoats 300 Men's Summer Suits _ 200 Men's Felt Hats 175 Pr, Freeman Shoes 100 Sweaters and Jackets each 90c 50c to $1 "5 values, ca. 50c $15 S20 $12 75 to $22 5C $5 to S12.5C $1.29 to $29. $285 to $48! $1 19 to $341 WILt. SELL VERY REASONABLE--Show Cases, Tables, Counters, Wlndo 1 Fixtures, Shelving. Cash Registers, Mir rors. Site, Benches and Etc. DAVID WERTME1MER. JR 700 S P1TTSBURG ST. PHONE 660-J FOR SALE--28 In. Bicycle. $300. (i II P electric motor, $4 00. Wcstinghous battery charger, $3 00 2.12 Apple St. Phone 783 Barter and Kxchangc 51-A $1 OILS---And makes minor adjustments on any sewing machine In your home. Parts extra. Phone 890. Troutman's. WALL PAPER CLEANED--750 per room, and up R. Lewellyn and P. Moscr. Phone 2122. Conncllsvillc. Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 I INSURANCE ALL KINDS EXCEPT LIFE FAYETTE REALTY CO. PHONE 3375 T. D. GARDNER, MGR. NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED- 3934 Hudson 4-door Sedan. Paint, Upholstery and tires, all like new. Original Owner. Equipped with Radio and Heater. Terms can he arranged. David Werlhcimcr, Jr.. 703 South Plttsburg Street. Phone CCO-J. FINE LATE MODEL DSED CARS E. E. VAN SCOY. INC. 259 E. CRAWFORD AVZ. PHONE J43 1 , --- - t RELIABLE INSURANCE -- All kinds Jarrcs R. Laughlin--INSURANCE Sec me for rates. 309 First National Bonk Building. Phono 520 Moving, Trucking, Storage 25 LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 356 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 13 LATE MODEL USED CARSI HETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO. SCOTTDALE, PENNA. PHONE 407 SACRIFICE $339 00--193a Ford Coach. lour new tirci, 18 000 miles, A-l condition. Phonr 34 EVERY LOAD INSURED! Long distance nnd local moving. Modern storage for household goods Wo do crating for shipment by rail Dull s Transfer Storage, Phone 50. 122 E. "Peach street. -JDIDIYOU LOSE our purse or card case? Let us run n Lost and Found ad for you. Juit phone. 12 or 13 for an ad- takcr. THERE AJIE many things obtainable throurh Iho Classified Ads that It would bo difficult to get In any other way. FRISBEE HARDWARE BARGAINS--Nci 30 In, Circular Saw, $G, New S.u Mandrel. $4 50 Coal Chute, (cast Iron $4; Used Warehouse floor soilc, wctKh up to 3 000 Ibs , $4 r -: nlso othc model scales, cheap New-Way 3\ H. P. Used Gasoline Engine, ?2750 CHOICE BUILDING IOTS--Located Ir Connellsville Township Phone, John Frlsbce. 331 or inquire a Quality Fruit Market, 137 West Craw ford Avenue' Phone 1508 Farm and Dairy Products FOH SALE--30 tons loose timothy hay i barn, near Conncllsvillc Union Realt; Company, Unlontown. TUcphonc 161 MR. FARMER HERES MONEY IN YOUH POCKETI Why not run a small Inexpensive Classified Ad in our Classified Section v.hlch will find a market for your farm products, your live stock, your farm mplements. and household goods? You will find many people %ho wont to buy tho many things ou have for sale! The Dally Courier has A _ largo rural circulation which makes It the popular choice ntnong the farmers and assures you that jour message will reach tho people who aro in tho market for your products You Will Find: Our rates In the abo\ c Classified heading. All Classified Ads nr« payable in advance) Merchandise Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 56 OAL--Best grade 1-ft. coal. Any amount dclKered. Sand, cement and building supplies Prompt delivery. Gerald Schomcr. Phone 1991. XCELLENT GRADE--1 Ft. Coking Coal. 13c delivered. George W. Kerns. Phone 4121-R-1I WASHINGTON RUN* COAL-Wm. Dull nnd Son. Phone ConncllsvlUc 107; Dawson 3281 or 3331. OAL-- Good block Jumpy run of mine, 30c bushel delivered. Cash. Koballa Bros. Phone 2037. Houchold Goods STORE WIDE REDUCTIONS ON ALL FURNITURE. RUGS AND STOVES COME INI SEEI AND SAVEI LAKGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES. MKRVJS FURNITURE COMPANY s'ORTH PITTSIJURG ST. PHONE 2020 YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE! BARGAINS--In all kinds of rebuilt furniture. Sam's Upholstering Repair 30' N. Water St, ConncDsvlllc. FOR SALE--One Majestic Coal Range In Kood condition. Price reasonable. Mrs M E Frarcc. Poplar Grove. Phone 6I3-M 'OR SALE--Household furniture, cheap 507 En«t Green street. Special at the Stores 64 OFFICE SPECIAL -Remington Standard No. 10 Typewriter, ft'irantced Lpc $2495 "New F. E Check Writer Special $6 05 Kcstncr's Book Store 125 Wtst Apple Street. Rooms and Board Rooms Without Board 68 JOHNSTON AVENUE. 507--Nice size bedroom hultablc for two person*, ladles or gentlemen Rent reasonable Use of phone Phone 532. Rooms for Housekeeping 6£ EIGHTH STREET, NORTH. H2--Fur- nhl'Cd room*: in prii.itc home, all conveniences. Rent reasonable. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats TWO MODERN APARTMENTS--For rent one, ilve rooms and bath and one four rooms and bath Located over Snydcr'i Mtn 1 * Store. 134 Wc^t Crawford Avc nuc. Inquire, Snydcr'3 Store. ilX ROOM APARTMENT--Furnished. In downtown location Available at once Apply Paramount Theatre. 'OR RENT--Two room furnished apart ment. 502 East Crawford Avenue Houses for Bent FOR RENT--Modern six room houie South Ptttsburg St. Phone 497. ask fo Mr. Hcbb. JEFFERSON STREET. 318--Double house *ix room*!, bith, pantry, furnace. $22 OC China's Hardware. Wanted--To Rent WANTFD TO RENT--Six room hou-c electric, furnace, and three to 5 acre land. Write Box 150, care Courier. Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate DO YOU WANT TO BUY . . . RENT . . OR SELL?? SEE A1K TODAY--I have properties in al mcttons of the City and «urroundin communities Will be glnd to talk over anytime or an place PAUL WAGONER 1009 W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 14 SOMETHING FOR NOTHING? NO--But more for your Real Es Dollar than you will ever get again BUY NOW! PKTER II WE1MER WRIMER AUCADE, PROPERTIES FOR SALK OR RENT1 T. C. PHALirt. SO. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. PHONE 97 Farms mid Land for Sale WASHAEAUCH FARM FOR SALEI GO ACRKS--Seven room home larpe barn bcbt spring \\atcr. good road Ti minutes dri\c from Scoftdalc or M Picasant Price, $4,000. Immcdn possession E F. DcWitt SCOTTDALE. PENNA. PHONE 4 Houses for Sale FOR SALK--Eight room brick hotibc, a modern conveniences. Inquire 308 Wa nut avenue, or call 280-M, Scottdilc. FOR SALE--Hoube of unu--.unl good valu 51.600. Robert Norrih. Phone 505 PATRONIZE thobe who advcrtlscl You tell us and we'll tell tho world Yearly rates upon request YOU TELL US our details and we WTlto your ad. Phone 12 OT 13 lor an ad-taker LED BRU COPYRIGHT BY LFO nnucri RELEASED BY CENTRAL PRESS CHAPTER 41 L.ORD SIMON went on with bis version of the crime. "Looking at the length of the ropes where they hung in the gymnasium Fcllowcs hnd decided that one might not reach, and hnd taken both. He had left the latch of the front door up, and watch- Ing at tbe little window beside It until he saw Stall go Into the din- Ing room with a tray ot food which would take Borne time to serve, he carried them safely through the hall. You will remember thnt I nskcd you. Townsend, about that little window in the hall, and Stall said that the curtains were rarely drawn across It, "He got his ropes up to his bedroom and secured one end of one of them. Can't say exactly what ho slung It onto. In such details both he and Strickland seem to have been pretty knowin'. It may have been the beam. If so he padded it. There were no marks. And when ho dropped It down he saw that it was long enough, and went c'ownstnirs to Mrs. Thurston's room. Here ho looked round for something with which to reach the end of tho rope, and luund a couple of old parasols in the wardrobe. He tied one to the other, leaned out of the window, nnd hooked It. Then he dropped the end Into tbe room, pulled the window down on It, and so left It ready for Strickland without having to make a sign or a scratch o show where It had been '.istcncd. Ob yes, In such details they were cunning, ticsc two. "Then came the question of the electric light bulb. He suddenly thought, rather uncomfortably, that Strickland hod given him no nugge-ftlon as to tne disposal of this. Should he take it away with iilm? Or lenvo It In the room? 'Might its removal In any case not ·show that · someone Inside the house had been active? On the whole, ho did the wisest thing. He RTKucd that had the thief, come 'from outside and for some reason decided to remove tho bulb, he would almost certainly have thrown It out of tho window: and that Is just what he did with It, taltlng core that he threw It for onto the lawn so that Its fall or explosion should not be audlblo to those on the ground floor. "Then he left the room. He had, ho thought, prepared for a mthor cowardly- robbery. Actually he had set a trap for a very vile murder. He had been careful, all the time, to wear gloves. Strickland may have recommended this, or he may havo learned It In his houscbrcaking days. At all events he left no fingerprints, for in such details, as I say, these two were cunnlrg. , "W7i'jn he* got downstairs he found, riLhcr to his Irritation, that be bad about two hours to wait before his next step, and It was then, in an excess of enthusiasm I think, that ho cut the tclrrhono wires. I don't think Jhis had figured In Strickland's instructions, for Strickland would have seen that tho sooner tho police and the doctor were on the spot, the better. But Fcllowes, who had experience but no finesse, just thought that In a general sort of way, it was worth while hoi din 1 'cm off for a bit. So he snipped the jolly old communications. " E v e r y t h i n g , unfortunately, went to schedule. Mrs. Thurstor said good night to you all, nnd entered her room for tho last time. She found Strickland there. She did not llnd the strange man the mask who, as Fcllowcs fondly thought, would await her. But merely her stepson. 'What do you want?' Enid heard her ask, in a rather startled, but not Tantically startled, voice. He lad come earlier that evening to --and had taken all she could give him without risking the no- :ico of her husband. What more could he want? She found, too, that the strong light In her roo.n was out of order. So the man standing there In the half-darkness was a little startling. "Meanwhile Fellowes was quietly establishing an alibi downstairs. Whoever robbed Mrs. Thurston of her jewelry, he and Strickland had argued, would appear afterwards to havo been waiting for her when she came to bed. So he iiald very pointedly to the cook, 'Hullo, it's past 11,' and apparently without hurry left her. That would remind her In the future that It was after, and not before, her mistress went up to bed Lhnt Fellowes followed. Only he had not tbe time to make It much after. "He must have grown anxious during the next 10 minutes as he leaned out of the window of his bedroom, waiting for Strickland to appear at Mrs. Thurston's window, down to his left. And It Is a bit gruesome to wonder what caused that delay, and what took place in the dimly lighted room beneath. And then, when Fellowes beard those screams, a less cool typo than he might have lost his head. He didn't. He waited, and almost Instantly Strickland gripped bis rope, pulled the window after v hlm, swung across to his own window and wa." gone. In a moment the rope was hauled In, stuffed In the tank, where, probably, he had already concealed the other ono which had proved to be unnecessary, so that both Strickland and Fcllowcs were outside Mrs. Thurston's bolted door almost as soon as you were. "Perhaps It' was not until that night that they realized their most serious blunder. They had thought of everything. They had prints, alibis, and witnesses--but they had failed to provide for tho removal of tho rope. It was a stupid and on elemcutary mistake, but was there ever a murderer who did not make a stupid and elementary mistake? f And Fcl- lowes had tho additional remorse of finding himself a party to a murder. But for obvious reasons he kept quiet, "Ho wanted, however, two things. Ono was to dispose of those ropes. This hope was frustrated when next morning 1 put my hand on ono of tho rotten things, and Monslgnor Smith come across the other. His second desire was to get hold of Strickland alone, and have a reckoning with him. Ho did not know, he docs not know yet, that ho was deliberately fooled. Ho has no Idea that Strickland cxpecU to gain a great deal by Mrs. Tburston's death. He probably thinks that Strickland's disguise lapsed In some way, and that Strickland murdered Mrs. Thurston to conceal his Identity. While Strickland has taken s gr«at care to avoid being alone with Fcllowcs. Even when he asked Dr. Thurston for tbe use of his cor, and found that Fcllowcs meant to drive him In It, ho had the presence of mine to persuade Alec Norrls to accompany them. So up to tho jrescnt he has succeeded In cscap- ng a reckoning with hlg accomplice, and on that, at least, I think; ic la to be congratulated. For* though Fcllowcs Btrikcs me as a roughls-h bird. I don't think ho would have taken up murder as hobby if he hod known what ha was doing, and I don't think he'll easily forgive tho bloke that let aim in for it. 'As for the girl Enid, I'm pretty sure she knew nothing of tbe idea on hand nt the time, and I don't think she suspects her young man of bcln' mixed up in it. Sbo spoko tho truth when wo asked her questions, except when we asked her tl she had been out with Fellowcs in tho car ;tbat afternoon, and a lie In answer to that was natural enough. Perhaps someone else"--be glanced at Mgr. Smith--"may have reason to think she knew everything. I'm Incli'ncd to think not. 'As for Miles--all he knew wa» that there was a little scheme afoot to grab the tomfoolery. .. ." ' 'E means the Jewelry." put In Sergeant Beef, seeing mo taking puzzled by Lord Simon's second use of this queer word. 'He may even huvc known tho way it was to be done. But he tod nothing to do with It. Not be. And Itr. Miles went in for the very best quality alibis, as you sec. Ho invited the sergeant to hurl the honest javelin with him. 'And what about Stall, say you. What about him, say I, remembering Ben Gunn and all that sort of thing. Stall was a nasty sort of a. blackmailer, but ho regrets this unfortunate affair as much as you do, H for rather different reasons. ID another fortnight bo would havo gone. Jolly old swallow. Stall would havo been. With his nest pretty well feathered." Do swallows feather their nests? Let's hope so. It sounds well. And now this untimely bit of murderur has turned up, and let tho whole- tribe of cats out of his unpleasant · carpet-bag, and ho faces » stlfQsh sentence. Well, well, tho best- laid schemes of mice and men, and all that. Aren't wo getting zoological, Buttcrflcld?" 'Your lordship's phraseology) has certainly taken an almost*' biological turn," assented Butter- flcld gravely, from his place near! tho door. "Then the vicar. In deference to Butteraetd, I won't say be had: bats in the belfry. But that's, about what it comes to. He had! purity on tho brain. And when' that evening, Mrs. Thurston, quits, unconscious that he was on the.' snoop for such details, 'told him, that she was very fond of young) Fcllowes, it set the feller's brain! spinnin' like a top. No wonder he, walked about that orchard for half, in hour. If he hadn't heard the. screams he might havo been there* all night. "As for Norris--there Js no reason to doubt his perfectly simple story. That ii!d attack ot hysterics of which you oil make so much, was natural enough to a feller of bis type. It must havo been dlsconccrtin 1 ' for him to have,-" been interrupted in the middle oft writin' one of bis feari'ully intense novels by something as vulgar as a murder, and wo must sympathize with him. "And there you havo It--lock, stock and Jolly old barrel. I expect Monsieur Picon will bang a few more trimmln's on It, and I look forward to hearln' him. Meanwhile . . . yes, Buttcrfleld. Another brandy, I tnink." (To Bo Continued) Real Estate for Sale Houses for Sale SEE THIS PROPEHTYl SYCAMORE STREET--Six room frame house, basnncnt. vapor atcam hcjt. all conveniences. Tv-o car Karago. Can arrange suitable terms. WM P. McNULTY EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 1700, Lots For Sale 85 SEVERAL NICE BUILDING LOTSI FOR SALE--At Poplar Grove. 60x140 ft City water and Kas, telephone service, near Street Car lino and highway. 11 you aro Interested In flood building lots at real Bargain Prices, see C, B. McCormlck, Poplar Grove, Phone, Con- nelHville. 1204-J, or wrlle Post Office Box 144. Conncllsvillc. Pa. Wanted--Real Estate 89 WANTED TO BUY AT ONCE--Three or four room cottage with uath. 404 Eliza Street. Conne]Is%illc Auctions--Legals al Notices. 91 ADMINISTRATRIX* NOTICE. ESTATE OF ELLEN SCHROCK. LATE of Dunb.ir Township, Bajette County, Pa , deceased. Letters of Administration in the above estate having been nrantcd to the undersigned, notice N hereby Given to all persons indebted to the said decedent to nnkc pument to the undersigned without delay, and all persons having claims or dciunndb against f.ald estate are requested to make knovi'i the same. Dello Schrock. Administratrix. R D No. 1. Conrcllsvillc, Pa Fred E Younkln, Attorney. Hfcb-et-thurs. CLASSIFIED ADS arc messengers of thrift. NOTICK TO TAXPAYFU OF UIM'Fll TYRONE T O W N S H I P , TAYhTTE COUNTY. 1'A. THE PROPOSED ANNUAL BUDGET of Upper Tyrone Township tor the year It3n as required by Lcrtslatlvc Act No 3G6, approved J u n e 5, 1937, is now in the hands of the Secrctno Any taxpayer interested may see same at the home of Harry A. Rtnkln. Secretary, Scottdale, Pa , Star Route. Board of Upper Trone Township Super*.Isors, P G. Gismondi, Chairman. mar-10-22-28. REMEMBER, The more ou say. the quicker It pays IN A PINCI1 use a Classified Ad. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE Today's uncharted puzzle starts with No. 1, across, a flvc-letter word. No. 1, down, a three-letter word. Fill In the square at the end of each word and check with tomorrow's solution. ACROSS 1--Insects 29--Quake G--Carriage 30--Saintc H--Rope used to (abbr.) lead a horse 32--Expression in training of disdain 12--Opposite of 33--A seed of a outer vegetable 13--Extln- 35--Man's name guishcd 37--One of the 1-t--A newt smallest 16--A number known anl- 17--Indistinct mats 19--A marsh (variant) 21--To wind, as 30--Social a river amusement 25--Belicf 41--Overturn 26--Upright -12--To be ncccs- 27--Deadens sary DOWN 1--Shortened bishop form of 6--Abyss Florence 7--Forward 2--Noisy 8--Engaging 3--Frightens the attcn- 4--For example tion (abbr.) 9--Observed 6--Jurisdiction 10--Sea eagle area of a (variant) 15--A paddle- 28--Expression like process of impa- on a flsh tlcnce 18--Rhythm 29--Leap 19--Seedless 31--All plants 32--Greek letter 20--Away 33--Light blow 22--Exclama- 34--Fuss tion of irony 36--Snare 23--Letter D 38--Exist 24--Small en- 40--Symbol for closure gold Ans\ver to prcviou puxile A tsl Nj ! R D Q B*i I X i r S Typhoon Kills 200. LISBON, PoituKa], Mar. 10.--A typhoon which swept across the island of Macao, Portugese-owned port at tho mouth of the Canton Hi\er in southeast China, c.ilLscd nn estimated 200 death, accoiding to ic- poits reaching here today. Tha island, about 35 miles cast of Hong Kong, was isolated by the storm and only meager reports \vcrc available. The city and shipping in the port were believed to have suffered heavy damage.

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