The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 11, 1938 · Page 18
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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PAGE EIGHTEEN. TJtiJS DA1JLY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 103S. Courier Classified Advertisements For Quick Results 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9c cash; lOo charge. I -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. ® Ads to Be Run 3 Times: r-. Per line. 7c cash; 8c 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 THanks," 50c Flat Rate.'_ " ;'"' - Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker. ~- - I Special--Your Ad Inserted "7" Times for the Price of Six!--Special " "~~^~ ~~ ^ ' I . No Ad. is Taken For Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! I Announcements Card of Thanks FELGAR--We wish to acknowledge our appreciation for the kindness extended us during our recent sad bereavement, the death of my dear wife and our loving molhcr. Mrs S-jroh A. FclRir. Especially do we desire to thank Rev. Foulk. the Missionary Circle and Quartet ol the Pennsvllle Baptist Church the Boy Scouts, those \\ho sent Honors. those who so kindly furnished cars, our many friends, relatives, neighbors and all v. ho assisted us in any way. Charles R. Fclcar and children. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 Flowers and Mouruinc Goods 4 BASKETS 'SPRAYS AT REASONABLE PRICESl P. R. DeMUTH SONS C'VTLLE-SS SCOTTDALE--S34 Personals MAN--Get vigor at once I New Ostrcx Tonic Tablets contain raw oyster in- vlporators and other stimulants. One dose peps up organs, gland**, blood. Regular price $1. Special price 89c. Call, write Union Drue Co. Strayed, Lost, Fount! 10 LOST--Three keys in leather case. 1 key bears number A1039. Flndo please leave at Courier Office. Automotive , _ An to mobiles for Sale ._ 11 --WE OFFER YOU EVERY USED CAR AT A BARGAIN PRICE! For 7 Days Only. During NATIONAL USED CAR EXCHANGE WEEK March 5th to March 12th. YOU'LL. -BE AMAZED--At - the LOW prlccsl Never before have we offered t such GENUINE VALUES. Every car in w good condition . . . many guaranteed . . . and a large selection to choose from. This t* n SPECIAL SALE! You 11 , nave real money by coming' to see tis | today. We are also offering especially r good trade-In allowances. I LOOK! -- LOOK I WERE COOPERATING- WITH NATIONAL USED CAR EXCHANGE WEEK! Lok at these great buyst Act now before prices go up. Every car priced to move-- every car a real bargainl SELLING BELOW MARKET VALUE 1 1930 Nash Six Coich for only ?C3 1931 1'ord Victoria Coupe 1937 Lincoln Zephyr Sedan equipped with Radio and Heater. 1930 Ford Deluxe Coupe. 1335 Ford Deluxe 4-door Sedan, Original owner, low mileage and in the very bcit of condition. 2-10M Ford Coupes, thoroughly reconditioned and ready to go 1528 Chevrolet Coach. Ideal for driving to work--$30 1937 Ford Deluxe 4-door Touring Sedan. Original owner. 1031 Ford H-ton Panel Truck. 4-I93I Ford Mode' A Tu1or Sedan. Take your choice, 1932 Ford Coupe. 1936 Ford Deluxe Tudor Touring Sedan. Like New. 4-1934 Ford Deluxe 2-door Sedans. 1933 Ford Dtlu\e 4-door .Sedan equipped with Radio. 1935 "ord Deluxe 2-door Sedan. 1937 Ford 85 Standard 2-door Sedan. 1D34 Ford Victoria Coupe. WANTED--We arc willing to trade new 1038 Fords and Lincoln-Zephr Cars on good late model" Ui.ed Cars. See us today for a good trade-in allowance. You Name The Terms! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED FORD 6= LINCOLN DEALERS. AVE. PHONE 107 Business Service Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 INSURANCE ALL KINDS EXCEPT LIFE FAYETTE REALTY CO. PHONE 1375.. T. D. GARDNER. MGR. RELIABLE INSURANCE -- All kinds James It, Laughlin--INSURANCE. See me for rates. 309 First National Bank Building. Phone 520 FRISBEE HARDWARE BARGAINS--New 30 in. Circular Saw, $C, New Saw Mandrel. $4 50. Coal Chute, (cast iron) $4; Used Warehouse floor scale, ^\lll ^vclgh up to 3,000 lb*, $45; also, other model scales, cheap New-Way 3 \* H P. Used Gasoline Engine. $2750. CHOICE BUILDING LOTS--Located in Conncllsville Township. \ Phone. John Frlsbce. J31 or inquire at Quality Fruit Market. 137 Wctt Crawford Avenue. Phone 15GB ' Moving* Trucking; Storage 25 EVERY LOAD INSURED I Long distance and local moving. Modern ztoragc for houbehold goods. We do crating for shipment by rail Dull's Transfer f t Storage. Phono 50. 122 E. Peach street. Open Evenings--Open Sundajj. Printing, En era vine, Bindinc 27 E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON * YOUR PRINTING WORK I Letter Hcndsl--Bill Heads! For Rent Cards!--For Sale Cardal Calling Cards!--Hand Bills!--Bin cling I No Trespassing Signs For Sale I All Work Guaranteed! At Reasonable Rates 1 COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 63. COURIER BLDG, OR PHONE RESIDENCE. 91. Professional Services 28 MAKE SUHE OF YOUR PROPERTY LINE--Before building or re-modeling W. B Barnhart, Registered Engineer, 112 N. Chestnut itrcet, Scottdalc, Pa. Phone 13-W. PRIVATE DETECTIVE--Frank E ConUn, private Investigation, criminal and civil Professional shadow work Telephone. Day Time. McKccsport. 4300 Night. Merchandise Barter anil Exchange 51-A Buildings, Building Materials 53 COMPLETE LINE--Of Shoruln-Wllllanu Paints, for interior and exterior purposes. Stone Work. Phone 1700. Farm and Dairy Products 55 SOMERSET POTATOES -- $1 25 bag. Apples 50c bubhcl 413 E. Washington Ave. Phone 805-R. We deliver. FOR SALE--30 tons loose timothy hay in barn, near Connellsvillc Union Realty Company, Uniontown. Telephone 1G8. MR. FARMER HERBS MONEY IN YOUR POCKETI Why not run a small Inexpensive Classified Ad in our Classified Section which will find a market for your farm products, your live stock, your farm 'mplcmenta. and household goods? You will find many people who want to buy the many thine* you have for snlcl The Daily Courier nan * largo rural circulation which makes It the popular choice among the farmers and assures you that your message will reach tho people who nrc in the market for your products. You Will Find: Our rates In the ·bove Classified heading. All Classified Ads are payable in advance! Fuel, Feed. Fertilizers SEE THESE CARS! i 193ft Chevrolet Deluxe Coupe equipped | with heater. ' 1935 Chevrolet Town Deluxe Sedan with 1 Ttndlo and Heater. j 1937 Chevrolet Master Sport Sedan equipped with Radio and Heater. 1935 Dodge Coupe with Radio, Heater and Sport Light. 1336 Plymouth. Coupe with a Good - Heater. 1937 Chevrolet Deluxe Sport S( dan equipped with a complete line ol accessories. Radio and Heater. OTHER EXCELLENT BUYS I 1134 Chevrolet Master Coupe 1934 Chevrolet Sport Sedan. 1932 Ford 4-Cylinder Coupe 1932 Chevrolet Master Coupe 1931 Ford 4-ciltndcr Coupe. 193C Chevrolet Town Sedan. ALSO--We sve on hand, nine used Truck:*, ranrlng from -ton to I 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) SEE THESE AUTOMOBILES TODAY! National Used Car Exchange Week. March 5th to March 12lh. WANT TO SAVE MONEY--Right now Is the time to get 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 with Heater and Defroster. Will sell for ~~ $075 1937 Packard ' G" Coupe _ $675 1930 Packard "120" Coupe $675 1934 Buick Touring Sedan heater $350 1933 Pontlac Coupe 5175 1935 Ford V-B Coupe with Heater $295 1033 DtSoto Sedan equipped v,ith 5250 1D32 Pljmouth Coupe with Heater J175 1931 Dodge Coupe with Rumble Scat $125 1930 Ford 4-cylindcr Ciupe $110 '930 Ford 4-cUnder Cou, $ 85 i Terms Arr* nged To Please Youl TURNER AUTOMOBILE COMPANY 9th ST. W. CRAWFORD. PHONE, 377 PACKARD SALES SERVICE NATIONAL USED CAR EXCHANGE WEEK MARCH 5th TO MARCH 12th. 1037 Chrysler Imperial 4-door Touring Sedan. Equipped w Itli over-drive, heater and radio. Low mileage S795 1935 Ford Special 7-paiscngcr 4-do or Touring Sedan. Has Radio, Heater and Airwhccl Tires . $374 1934 Plymouth Deluxe Coupe 5273 1934 Plymouth Sedan $295 1934 Terraplanc Business Coupe uith heater. Low_mtlcacc $249 - 1D35 Dot!go Business- Coupe, equipped ~. * with Heater; Low mileage . $374 __ 1934 P. E. Plymouth deluxe 2-door Sedjn \\ith Heater and'Scat Covers ._. SilO The above cars will be shown In our curbstone display --. between Church Z.-PJace and Falrvicw Avenue--tomorrow and all next week Many other cars. marked nt new low prices, are shown " on our display floor at Hill crest. Termsl Demonstrations! Trades! LAWRENCE GALLEY CHRYSLER Sc PLYMOUTH SALES SERVICE. HILLCREST On Connellwitlc-Scottdale Road. PHONE 1073. . ALL THESE CARS ARE PERSONALLY ENDORSED AND GUARANTEED BY MR. E. E VAN SCOY1 We Are Cooperating With National Used *'ar Week. 1937 Tcrraplane Super Coupe equippcci with Heater, has low mileage ant look* and runs like new. 1936 Hudson Coupe v-ith Radio. An Exceptional good buy. 1935 Hudson 8 Sedan. Otigianl owner tires, and pair' In A-No 1 condition 1935 Tcrrnplane Sedan, one owner and In extra good condition 1935 Tcrraplane Coupe, equipped with Radio and Heater. An exceptional good buy. Easy Terms. Trades Demonstrations I K~E. VAN "SCO Y. INC HUDSON and TERHAPLANE SALES SERVICE" - £9 E CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243 A PINCH urc a Classified Ad. NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED-1934 Hudson 4-door Sedan. Paint, Upholstery and tires nil like new. Original Owner. Equipped with Radio and Heater. Terms can be arranged. Davtd Wcrthelmcr. J r . 706 South Pittsburg Street. Phone G60-J. FINE LATE MODEL USED CARS E. E. VAN SCOY. INC. 259 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243 LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 256 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234 CORRECT FITTING TRUSSES -- Elastic Hosiery and other surgical ippllanccs A A Clarke. PH G. Druggist. 323 North Pittsburg street. Phono 134, COAL--Best grade 1-ft coal. Anv amount dcllv ered. Sand cement and building supplies. Prompt delivery. Gerald Scnomer. Phone 1991. Employment I EXCELLENT GRADE-- 9 Ft CoklnC Cool 13c delivered. George W. Kerns Phone Help Wanted--Female WANTED--A middle aficrt woman dt- j citrous of a home, nnd work n* a hou*e- j keeper for two adults at * nominal salary. Phone 1452-J. Help Wanted--M 33 GENUIN'E WASHINGTON ItUN COAL-Wm Dull and Son Phone Conncllsvlllo 107: Dawbon IETC1 or ^331. COAL--Good black ltimp run of mine, lOc bushel delivered Cah. Kobal'.a Eros. Phone 2037. A BUSINESS OP YOUR OWN--Handling 300 famous cvcrday household necessities. No investment or experience required. We teach you. Earnings average £25 v.cckly to start Write J R Watkln* Company, Box No. 387, Newark. New Jersey. OUT SIDE SALESMEN--For electric appliances, refrigerators, etc, in Con- ncllwlllt' and surrounding territories Opportunity to earn good money. Rcferencci. required Montcomc.y Ward Company. Mt. Pleabant, Pa FOR SALEI -- FOR SALEl BARGAINS--In Ml kinds of used furniture including washing machines Also flat top desks, adding machines and typewriters DULL'S STORAGE 22 EAST PEACH STUEET. PHONE. 50. Help Wanted--Male and Female 34 WANTED--Men nnd women who arc unencumbered and free to travel. Average beginner's earning* from $18 to $2B weekly. Sec Mr Crnbb, from 10 to 12, Saturday morning only, at Arlington Hotel. STORE WIDE REDUCTIONS ON ALL FUItNITUItE. RUGS AND STOVFS COME IN' SHE! AND SAVE1 LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES. MF.RVIS FURNITURE COMPANY NORTH PITTSBURG ST. PHONE 2020 YOUR CHEDIT IS GOOD HERE I Financial Need Money 40-B BARGAINS--In all kinds of rebuilt furniture Sam's UphoKtcrlng i Repair, 307 N Water St. ConnellsMlle LATE MODEL USED CARSI HETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO SCOTTDALE. PENNA. PHONE M7 SACRIFICE $33900--1936 Ford Coach, four new tires. 18,000 miles, A-l condition. Phone 34. Auto Truck!), Tractors, Trailers 12 FOR SALE--1929 Ford A. Piek-Up, ?30. Red's Service Station, on the hill. Allies, Accessaries, Tires, Farts IS BATTERIES RECHARGED . 4IC MOTOR OIL. 2 GALLONS . 79c STORAGE BATTERY (EXCH ) $339 45 VOLT B BATTEHIES 08c FOG LIGHTS (PAIH) _ $475 SPECIAL TIRE SALE! BUY--One tire at tho regular price and get another tire for $2 ALL WINTER GOODS % OFF' COLDE TIHE RADIO COMPANY 126 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 10. Repairing--Service Stations 1C ELECTRIC ARC WELDING--Done by Special Welder, quickly and guaranteed! Both steel and cast Iron, steam or hot air furnaces, cylinder heads, engine block*, etc. PUZIO AUTO PAINT AND BOD Y SnOP. 127 N. Elshth St, West Side. Business Service SHORT OF CASH Get a Personal Loan here. Only ONE thing needed --the ability to repay hmall, regular amount* on any loan plan you select. Come In NOW I LOANS up to »300--ALL PLANS. PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY Over McCrory'-s Store. Phone 3*. WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE. Livestock Poultry, Eggs and Supplies 49 BAUY CHICKS -- All breeds Purina Slartcna Keystone Feed Store. 110 \\cst Apple Street. Phone 107. Merchandise Articles (or Sale 51 Business Service Offered . 18 KEYSTONE GARAGE -- Operated by "Ham" Younkln and Jim Ttilor former mechanics of the Mason Motor Co General aulo repairs Phone net). Night. 1775-W. 342 E Crawford Ave UP! OLSTERING AND AWNINGS--Furj nkurc rebuilt to gl\c new satisfaction ar.d appearance Large selection of fabrics Rudolphs 131 E a\cnuc. Phone 1817-J Falrview UPHOLSTERING ft AWNINGS--FURNITURE RFPA1RING. QUALITY WORK GUARANTEED ESTIMATES FREE! FISHER'S. 322 S PCH.ST PHONE 9045. SI OILS--And makes minor adjustments on any setting machine in your home Partb extra. Phone 890 Troulman's WALL PAl'ER CLEANED--75c per room, and up K. Ix-wellsn and P. Moscr. Phone 2122, Com«.lls\lllc. WE ARE QUITTING BUSINESS! MUST SELL ENTIRE STOCK! 200 Straw Huts, $3 50 valvic. cjLh 03c 75 Bathing Suits SOc to $1 r )5 75 ,'Jilk Wool-Scarfs, 53 \alucs, c.i. 50c 150 Men's Suits " $15 $20 50 Top Coats Overto.ilb 51275 to $2250 100 Men s Summer Suit, $5 to $1250 200 Men's Felt Hah, $159 to $295 175 Pr Freeman Shoes $J 83 to $4 85 100 Sweaters and 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 WF.RTMELMER. JR 70S S. 1'ITTSBUHG ST. PHONE CCO-J FOIi SALE--Hard hoist Phone 1577. DID YOU LOSE jour purse or card case? Let us run a Lost and Found at for sou Just phone. 12 or 13 for an ad' taker. THERE ARE many things obtainable through the Classified Ads that it would be diincult to get in any other ly YOU TELL US jour details and wc'l writ** jour ad. Phone 12 or 13 for an ad-takcr. Ilouchold Goods 59 FOR SAL):--One Majestic Coal Range In good condition. PrJce reasonable. Mrs M. E. Fra7ce. Poplar Grove PhfncG13-M FOR SALE--Household fu-nltuu. cheap 507 East Green street ·'OR SALE--New dining room suite Call at 203 East Cedar a\cnuc. after 7 P. M Special at tlic Stores (11 OFFICE SPECIAL--Remington Standard No 10 Typewriter, nuirantoed Special $2415 New F. E Check Writer, Spcelll $G95 Kes'ner's Book Store. 125 West Apple Street. Wanted--To Buy 6G CHAPTER 42 I HAD GUESSED that one of tho "trlmmin'a" which M. Picon would add to Lord Simon's brilliant reconstruction ol the crime would concern tho parlor-maid Knld, In whoso movements ho had shown such a keen nnd slcuthy Interest But I could not sec what more there was to bo said. Lord Simon had been so thorough and no complete, forgettlns not the most trivial point, and account- Ing for every known fact, that there seemed little left for M. Picon to divulge. However, the little man seemed eager to talk, and excited over something he had to communicate to us, so that we all leaned back and prepared to hear him. "That," he said to Lord Simon, "was an interesting theory. Very Ingenious, man ami. I have listened with plxisir to every word of It- Unfortunately, however, It Is incorrect, right from Its commencement. The gentleman called Strickland, so genial nnd so iportil, as tho good Bocut has told us, la as innocent of tho murder as you or I." I cannot exaggerate the effect of this startling declaration. Lord Simon was, of course, the least concerned, nnd nipped his brandy Imperturbably. But his man, Buttcrndd, gave n visible start, and turned pale. It was evident that never before had he heard his employer's theories questioned by anyone but police inspectors, unintelligent spectators, or criminals. That tho celebrated M. Picon uhould make such n blunder seemed incredible to him. Wlllinmn and I sat up violently, nnd even Mgr. Smith showed a mild Interest. "But have no fear," continued the foreign detective, "I, Amor Picon, will reveal everything to you. Everything. Are you ready T Allcz .'. . hoop! "I have told yon, have I not, that when there seems to bo no motive in tho brain, one must look in the heart. This was no murder of tho intellect--though by Its very simplicity it was difficult to reconstruct, but a crime of passion. You are surprised, lit It not? Eh bicn, my friends, X also have had my surprises in Uiin case. "L«t us examine, if you please, this household as It was before this violent occurrence. Wo have the genial Doctor Thurston, an English gentleman who, liko ao many of your English gentlemen, necs no farther than his nose. We have Madame Thureton -- very kind, very easy-going, and a little one must say, stupid. Wo have the butler. Stall, what you cal in English 'a sly dog 1 , eh? And the so competent cook. Then we have tho young man Fcllowes who knows what It Is to be inside n prison, and the girl Enid, of mixed blood and rather unfortunate antecedents. Voila--the cost. "Now what goes on ? There Is here the eternal triangle, n'cst-ce pas? Madame- Thurston Is attached to tho young chauffeur who in his turn is in lovo with Enid, who is much enamored of him. And there you have the beginning of tho trouble. My friends --beware of that little triangle He Is dangerous. "All Is secret. The good doctor must know nothing, nothing nl all. Madame Thurston in ay tak tho automobile rido in order t chat with the young man she adores, but it must be surrcptl tlouo. Enid may know all, for he: rtver assures her that she had ni need to doubt, but she must no let Madame Thurston see thn she knows anything. And when the butler, Stall, has stolen the s fateful and Incriminating lette from Madamo Tbur.iton to tb "Strickland Is us Innocent of the murder as you or I." chauffeur, and uses it to black- mall the lady, she herself must be silent to Fcllowes, and conceal from him what Is going on, lest he attack tho butler, and all is exposed, all is ended. You see what iccrcts were here? "Two people besides the sly Stall arc suspicious of Madame and her chauffeur--the cook and tho vicar. But the cook is quite satisfied with her situation, and very sensibly decides that It Is no Business of hers, though, as she told us, there were things of which she did not approve. And tho vicar, he Is not sure. He is fond of espionage, the good vicar, and [ircscntly he will know more. "Meanwhile, like many households, this household goes on. Underneath the routine, Madame Thurston conceals her love, and tho torture of being blackmailed. Enid conceals the furious firo of her jealousy, which persists In spite of all her lover says. The chauffeur conceals from the middle-aged lady who loves him his real love for the girl. The blackmailer conceals his activities from all, save from Madamo Thurston. And everyone conceals everything from Dr. Thurston. Voila--an atmosphere! All have secrets. But the household goes on like any other. 'And why does It so? Because, my friends, there is money. For the servants thrrc arc good wages now, exceptionally goed. Ajid there is the will which shall make all of them rich one day. And for money much can be endured. So it goes on, and tho time draws near to this fatal week-end, In which matters must reach climax. "Now everyone is approaching what you coll the breaking-point. But most of all tho chauffeur Three years he has worked here and is not yet married to Enid He wants to take a little inn. He has some money saved, but not enough. Enid, too, wants to go with him. But how can they ~ If they leave this situation they may not nnd another where they would be together. When we are in love wo aru slaves. They must stay here and work, and he must pleasant with madamc, and sho must endure her pangs of jealousy. There is no escape. It seems. 'But there is the will. Arc we not forgetting the will, the littlo :rlck which Madamo Thurston oas played on her servants ?i Voila--a chance! If madamc now were to die suddenly, of cancer or consumption, say, all Is settled, all solved. They would be rich. Lboy could buy their little inn, :hcrc would be no more jealousy for Enid, and no more cleaning tho car for Fellowcs. -f only . .. but why dream? Madame is strong. Madame may live for 30 years. Why dream? "Yet, why not? If anything were to happen to madamc, now. That would help. An accident-fatal accident. Already tho ideas arc alive. Already the beginning of a plot. And as for time, when better than this weekend, when so many guests are here? All that must be found Is the way. That is most important --the way to cause that so regrettable fatal accident, without any possibility of the stupid police Interfering afterwards. That Is the groat question. AvI, mc*sieur , we who know oothing of thetii! matters know only too well that when all elsa is determined, a way can be found- Only too soon. So we find Fel- lowcs, the chauffeur, determined that Madamo Thurston shall meet with this accident, and the weekend approaching. It was into tho atmosphere, of this potential crime that you came for your week-end. "Tho chauffeur had been a sailor. When I first perceived that among the tattoo marks on his arm was a representation of the Southern Cross, I was convinced of that, and he has since admitted 1L And to me came the Idea, the little plain idea, that a sailor might climb a rope. It was of the simplest, this Idea, such aa a little child might have. But beware always of the complicated. The Idea was correct. It might have been otherwise, but as you will see It was correct." (To Bo Continued) Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 71 FOR KENT--Apartmcnli. In Smutz Apartment Building 715 Cra\v ford avenue, West Side CASH IS WHAT WE PAY- BRING IN ALL YOUR LARGE CLEAN WHITE RAGS TO THE DAILY COURIER OFFICE TO- DAY AND WE WILL PAY YOU "5e' PER POUND WHY NOT LOOK AROUND AND MAKE YOUKbELt SOME SPENDING MONEY??? SIX ROOM APARTMENT--Furnished, in downtown locition. Available at once. Apply Pararrount Thiatre. 15u.sinr,\s Tiacos for Kent 75 FOR RENT--btorcroom In bmutz Build- inK. Available Mareli 15th Inquire 717 Crawford a\cnuc. We*I Side Houses for Kent 77 FOR RENT--Modern MX room, house. South Plttsburg St Phone 437. as»k for Mr. 3Iebb. Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate DO YOU WANT TO UUY . . RENT . . OR SELL?? SEF i IE TODAY--I have properties In nil sections of tho City and turroundiriR communUtos Will be slid to talk it over anj time or an place PAUL WAGONER 1009 W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 148 Rooms and Board Rooms Without Hoard GS JOHNSTON AVENUE 507--Nice size bedroom suitable for tv. o persons, ladies or gentlemen Rent reabonablc. Use of phone Phone 5 !2. Rooms for Housekeeping 69 IICHTII STRFET NORTH. 142--Furnished rooms m p r K V e home .ill con- \onicnccs Rent reasonable FOR IlENT--Two nicel\ fuinlshcd front rooim tor liRht homekcepinil 223 South strerl CLASSIFIED ADS arc mc^cnficrs of thrift REMEMBER. The more you tay. the quicker it pas. HAVt I H K SATISFACTION OF OWNING A REAL HOME! SIX ROOMS--Bath Kat.iRC, heater. At tractive location, paved street. Owner IcaUr-R city. A real bargain to quick b u p r A DUPLEX--Real Investment Have n home nnd let it pay for ititlf. Let us tell you how.. PETER R. WEIMER WEIMER ARCADE PROPERTIES FOR SALE OR RENTI T. C PI1ALIN SO. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. PHONE 975. Farms and Land for Sale WASIIABAUGH FARM FOR SALE! 60 ACRES--Seven room IIOUM . laicc birn. best spring \\titer, good road Ten mmutt-s drl\c fruni Scottdalc or Mt Pleasant Pi ict. S4 000 Immediate possession F F De Witt. b^OUTDALE, PENNA PHONE « Real Estate for Sale Farms zaA Land for Sale S3 IF YOU ARE TIIthD OF LIVING IN THE CITY--Try a farm. W H. Kankln of Star Route, Scottdalc. Pa . can sell you one of the bcht farrm. In i'ayette County. Houses for Sale FOR SALE--Eight room brick home, all modern conveniences. Inquire 308 Walnut avenue, or call 180-M. Scottdalc. FOR. SALE--House of unusual Rood value. $1,1)00. Robert Noriis. Phone 505. Ilouhcs for Salo 81 SEE THIS PROPERTYI SYCAMORE STREET--Six room frame house, basement, vapor steam heat, nil convenience 1 :. T;\o car garage. Can arrange suitable terms WM. P. McNULTY EAGLES BUILDING. PHONE 17GO. Lots For Sale 85 SEVERAL NICE BUILDING LOTS1 FOR SALE--At Poplar Grove. 60x140 ft City w-Uer and n*»:. telephone service. near Street Car line and highway. If ou arc interested in cood building lots at real Bargain Prices, sec C B McCormick, Poplar Grove. Phone, Con- noJlsvillc. I204-J. or write Post OlUcc Box 144. Conncllsville. Pa Wanted--Real Estate 80 WANTED TO BUY AT ONCE--Three 01 four room cottinc with bath 404 Eliza Street, ConnUJbvillc Auctions--Legols Legal Notices 91 NOTICE. TO CREDITORS AND STOCKHOLD- ers of Yough Brewing Company,,* Corporation.-- You are hereby notified that The District Court of the Unlt"d States for the Western District of Pennsylvania, on Fcb- rinry 21. 1P33, entered an order at No. 20126 in Bankruptcy approving the petition of Yough Brewing Company as properly filed under Section 77B of the Bankruptcy Act n amended June 7, 1934. nnd in good faith, granting leave to submit and file a plan of organization, continuing the company In possession o£ Its property, .luthorlzlng It to continue and conduct the corporation's business, restraining all creditors, officers, atfe-nta and employees of the Corporation from interfering vvith the conduct and operation of Iti affairs and fixing Friday. March 18. 1938. at 10 o'clock A M. at the Federal Building, Grant Street, Pittsburgh. Pa . as the time nnd place for hearing of the iralter contained In said petition, at \\hlch time and place you may attend and be heard it you so desire. Yough Brewing Company, Rv II F Tippmann, President, March 1. 1918 4mar-2t-fri. Auctions-Legate ADMINISIKATOH'S NOTICE. ESTATE OF HARRY RINGLER. LATE of Conncllsvillc. Tajcttc County, Pa., deceased. Letters of Administration In the abovB estate having been granted to the undersigned, notice Is hereby given to all persons, indebted to the said decedent to imkc to the undersigned -without dclny .and all persons having claims or demand* aqninst wild estate are requested to make known the same. Ward H. Rlnglcr. Administrator. 1011 Aetna Street, Connellsvillc, Pa. ) Fred E Younkin. Attorney. 25fcb-6t-frL Lena I Notices. A I l M I M S T I t A r R I X ' JsOTH'i:. ESTATE OF EDGAR J SMUTZ, LATE or Coni.tlJsville, Fajottc County, Pa, de- cea^cd LctUrb of Adminisliation In the above estate h.i\ ing been granted to the imdciblgned. notice Is hereby given to all pci sons Indebted to the said decedent to make payment to the undersigned without d t l a j , and all persons h a v i n g claims or demands .ifainst · lid estate aie requested *o make- knoun the same Mary O Smulz AdministiatrK 20J E Cecl ir Avenue, ConnolNvllle. Pa n and Hi^btc. Attorneys Ilinjr-6t-/rl. ADMINISTRATORS* NOTICE. THBKSTATE OF ANDREW S. MILLER, late of Dullikin Township. Fayettc Coun- tv. P.i . deceased Letttrs of Administration In tne above estate 1 iv Ing been granted to the undur- Mgncd notice is hereby given to all persons indebted to the said decedent to make p a \ n u n * to the undersigned without dfli nnd all persons hiving claims or demands T^ainst si Id estate are requested to make known the i^imc Henry J Miller. R D 2, Conncllsvillc, Pa. Lulu B Miltz, n D 2 ConnelliVllle, Pa. Administrators U i f i l M i I e w e l U n fl. Hij;bec A t t u r m vs. llmar-6t-frl. PHONE 12 or 13 for an «d-tak«rl

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