The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 12, 1938 · Page 6
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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PAGE SIX. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLT3, PA. SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 103S. Courier Classified Advertisements For Quick Results -CLASSIFIED AD. RATES- Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9c cash; lOc charge. S Ads to Bo Run 3 Times: Per line, 7o cash; Sc charge. Ads^to be Run 6 Times or More: Per Hue, 6c cash; 7o charge. These Rates Are Based On Consecutive Insertions. There are five (5) average words to each line. "-'"Cards of Thanks,-/ 50c Flat Rate. . Special-- Your Ad Inserted "7" Times for the Price of Six!-- Special · ' : " -- - NoAd. Is Taken For Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker. Announcements ' Flowers and Mourning Goods 4 BASKETS SPHAYS AT REASONABLE PRI'JESI p, R. OeMUTlI ft SONS C-VJLLE--50 SCOTrDALE--834, Strayed, Lost, Found 10 LOST--Three keys in leat^ci case. 1 key bear* number A1039. Fintlc* please leave at Courlet OHlce. Automotive Automobiles (or Sale Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 LOOK! -- LOOK! W E R E COOPERATING WITH NATIONAL USED CAR EXCHANGE WELKI Lok at thcie Krent buyi! Act now before prices go up Evtr car priced to move--e\cry tar a real bargain! SELLING BELOW MARKET VALUE! Business Service Printing. EnKravinc, Binding 27 \VB OFFER YOU EVERY USED CAK AT A BARGAIN PRICE! For 7 Da^s Only. During NATIONAL USED CAIi EXCHANGE WEEK March 5th to .March JZth nsj! Sjx Co;i(Ji /or onJy 1931 i'ord Victoria Coupe. $03 1937 Lincoln Zephr Sedan equipped witli Radio and Heater 1930 Fold Deluxe Coupe ^3 Ford Deluxe 4-door Stdan. Original o\\ncr. low mileage and in the %cry btM ot condition. 2-1934 Ford Coupe-, thoroughly reconditioned and ready to KO { 1528 Chevrolet Coach, Ideal for driving ~ - to uork--S^O .YOU'LL BE AMAZED-At the LOW , Wifr Ford De I U M- -dOor Touring Sedan. - price*! Never before have u.e oftcrcd , Original owner. iuch GENUINE VALUES. Every cor In ; 1!)ai Ford i_. ton p anc i Truck Bood condition . . . many Kimrnnteed , 1.1931 p or( | Model A Tudor Sedan, Take . . . and a JarRc selection to choose | \oiir ehoico Irani" TlflS JS.a SPECIAL SALE! Yq.u'1! [ _ 193-; Ford Coupe _-.«ve real money by. coming lo wo tw 1!QS Fortl Deluxe Tudor Touring Scdnn --ioda. We arc also~oiTcriu£ especially i Like New. maca tracSc-ln,allowances. . - - i - 4.11)14 f 0rt ] Dclu\c 2-door Sednns. -·V~-" SEE THESE-CAKS! " j'^ FMd Dclu^-door^an coulppcU , ! 1935 Ford Deluxe 2-door Sedan. ;?36 Chevrolet Deluxe Coupe - equipped j ]937 FoTd o standard 2-door Sedan. uith heater." ., , 193 4 F ord Victoria Coupe. 1935 Chevrolet Town Deluxe Sedan with ' lindio and Heater. - . WANTED--We me wllllnp to trade new 1037 Chevrolet Master Sport Sedan E S T I M A T E S GLADLY GIVEN ON YOUR PRINTING WORK I Letter Headsl--Ulll Hi»;?sl For Rent Cnrdsl--For Sale Caidsf Calling Cards J-- Hand BjJlsj--Binding I No TrcspaMlns Signs For Sale I v All Work Guaranteed! At Reasonable Rates) COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 65 COURIER BLDG. OR PHONE RESIDENCE. 91. Professional Services 2*. MAKE SURE OK YOUR PROPERTY LINE--Before hulldinfi or rc-modpllnff W, B Bnrnhai t. Registered Engineer, 112 N. Chcbtnut street, Scottdalc, Pa. Phone 33-W. PRIVATE DETKCTIVE--Frank E Corwln, private invcbticatlon, criminal and civil. Prolc^ional «lndow work Telephone, Dav Time, AIcKiuport. 4200. . .NJfiht, SClti. CORRECT FITTING TRUSSES -- Elastic Hosiery und other surgical ipplionccs, A. A. Clarke. PJ1G. Dru;,'£Jst, 323 North PUtsburc street. Phone J04. Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 FOR SALE--Hand embroidered work and quilts. Mr. G. H. Crosby residence, PennsUHu Crovsroads. Connellsvillc- Mt. Pleasant Ftnnd. FOR SALF,--1 Wostfnghousc battcr cJmr/icr. 5300 One i ; H. P. electric motor. 232 East Apple St. Phone 785, Barter anil Exchange 51-A FRIS3EE HARDWARE BARGAINS--New 30 in Circular S. \\, ?t: New Saw Mandrel, $450; Coal Chute, (cast iron) '- $4; Used Warehouse floor ?eale, will \M.cifih Up to 3.000 Ibs. $45; nl»o. other model scales, cheap. New-Way II. 1\ Used Gasoline Engine. $2750 CHOICKVmnLDING LOTS--Located in Connc1K\"itlc Township. Phone, John 1 ^Frisbec. 331 or inquire at Quality Fruit \Market. 137 West Crawford Avenue. ft j lonc ISbS, Bulldincs, BuildiniT-Materials COMPLF.TF, LlN'E-Of Shcr\\iUianv Paint:,, for interior and ex tcrlor purposes. Stone A: Work. Phon*" J" 00 Farm and Dairy Product*.* SOMERSET POTATOES -- SI 25 Apples 50c bushe). .413 E Wji^hl A\c. Phone 8C5-R. We deliver. OR SALE--30 ions loose timothy hnv in b,irn, near ConnvlKvillc. Union Realty Compnnj, Unlomoun. Telephone ICB. Repairing and Rcfmishlng 29 equipped vith Ttadio »nd Healer. 1035 Dodtjo Coupe v.Hh Radio. Heater and Sport Light, 1926 Plymouth Coupe with a Good . Heater. . ', *_. 1937 Chevrolet Deluxe - Sport Sedan equipped with a complete Unc o£ accessories. Radio and Heater. OTHER EXCELLENT BUYS! J954 Chevrolet Master Coupe. 1334 Chevrolet iport Sedan. 1D32 Ford 4-CylIndcr Coupe. 1932 Chevrolet Master Coupe. 1931 Ford 4-cyllndcr Coupe. 1036 Chc%rolct Town Sedan. ALSO--We ft\ c on hand, nine used Truck-., ranging from -Ion to 1'v-ton capacity. They have been thoroughly reconditioned and ready for the road. Let us make a deal tod ay 1 Very. Very Easy Terms.' MASON MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED CHEVROLET SALES SERVICE. 117 WEST APPLE STREET. PHONE 103. Open Evenings! Open Sundas! NATIONAL USED CAR EXCHANGE WEEK MARCH 5th TO MARCH 12th. 1337 Chrysler Imperial 4-door Touring Scdnn. Equipped -with over-drivi:. henter and radio. Low mileage $795 1035 Ford Special 7-pnt-icnscr 4*door Tourlnc Sedan. Has Radio, Heater and .AJrwhcel TJres . _ ,, , $374 1934 Plymouth Deluxe Coupe . . $279 1934 Plymouth Sedan . $295 1934 Tcrraplano Business Coupe with heater. Low mileage . . ,, 5249 1935 Dodge Business Coupe, equipped with Heater. Low mileage . . $374 1934 P. E. Plymouth deluxe 2-doar Sedan with Heater and Seat Covers ... f310 The above cars will be shcmn. in our curbstone ditplny -- between Church IMacc and Falrview Avenue--^tomorrow - and all next \. t '-K, Many other caw. · marked nt now low prices, arc shown . . on our.,ili5play floor at Ilillcrcst. "" Terms! " Dcmomlffctlons! Tradcsf ' TM~ LAWRENCE-GALLEY " -- -- ". CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH" T. SALES SERVICE. - "" " ""- HILLCREbT On Connollsvllle-Scottdalc'Road. . - T * PHONE.2073, - ^~ ALL THESE CARS ARE PERSONALLY KNDORSLD AND GUARANTEED BY MR. E. E. VAN SCOY! We Are Cooperating With National Used v'ar Week. 3937 Terraplane Super Coupe equipped . , with Hcntcr, has low mileage and looks and runs like new. 1936 Hudson Coupe with Radio. An Exceptional gojd buy."* 1935 Hudson 8 ^edan, Orlnianl owner. -Urcs and pair 4 In A-No. 1 condition. 1933 TcirajJlane Sedan, one owner and in -- "lra good condition. 1935 JTcrrapIanc, Coupe, equipped -\\Jtli TM Pndio _nnd Heater. An excopltonnl - good buy. tasy-Trrms, Trades : Dcmonhtrational F K VAN SCOY, INC. HUDSON and TERRAPLANE SALES SERVICE 259 E. CRA\vrORD AVE. PHONE 243 1938 Vordb and Lincoln-Zephyr Cars on fjood late model U'-ed Cart See us today Jor a good trnde-in allowance. You Name The Tcrnt' WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY AUTHORIZED FORD . LINCOLN DEALERS. W CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE -107. Open Evening*-- Opcu Sundays. , UPHOLSTFIRING AND AWNINGS--Fur| niturc rcbvillt to R i \ e new satisfaction and appcarnnce Lai gc selection of fabrics. Rudolph'*. 131 E. Falrview H venue. Phone 1817-J. Employment Kelp Wanted--Female SEE THESE AUTOMOBILES TODAYI National Used Car Exchange Week. March 51h to March :Jth. WANT TO SAVE- MOSEY-- RlRht now !·. the time to set the YEAR'S BFST BUYS in used cars Special low price on evcrv U'cd cir in **ock, Sv.ltch to a BETTER CAH today! 1037 Packard 120. Touring Sedan equipped v.ith Heater and Defroster. Will sell for ,, JB15 1937 Packard "C" Coupe «675 1926 Packard "120" Coupe S673 I 1034 Bulck Toui Ins Sedan heater ?350 1U33 Pontiac Coupe $175 1035 Ford V-8 Coupe w i t h Heater $295 1933 DcSoto Sudan tquippcd v.iUl heater $250 1932 Plymouth Coupe vith Heater S175 1931 DodKc Coupe with Rumble Seat 5125 1930 Ford 4-cvlinder C.upu . S110 1930 Ford 4.cyllndcr Cou, . 5 85 Terms Arr. ngcd To Please Youl TURNER AUTOMOBILF, COMPANY Slh ST. W. CRAWFORD, PHONE. 377 PACKARD SALES Si SERVICE DAVIDSON S LADILS STOHL' Will accept applltTtlon*. bj null only. Jrom tfioro\i^,hty trained rcad%*to-uear s-ileMHoincn State .ill ciualincations. lorrncr affiliations, age, etc' Addrt'^s All To Miss F. IJakcr. care Daxtdsoni WANTKD--A middle aRcd woman dc- dlrous of a home and v.ojk as a hou--c- keeper tor txvo .idiills, .ij a nominal salary. Phone 1452.J. MR FARMER IfERE'S MONEY VOUR POCKET1 Why not run it small inexpensive Classllicd Ad In our Classified Section uhlch will tlnd a market for your farm products, your live stock, your farm mplcmcnts, find household goods? You will tlnd many people \%ho want to buy the many things ou have for calel Tho Dally Courier has a large rural circulation Hhich makes It the populnr choice Among tho farmers and assures you that your messaKc \\lll reach the people who nro In tho market for your products. You Will Find: Our rulei In the abovt Classified heading. AU Classified Ad? are payable ui advance! Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 56 ADDRESS OUR ENVELOPES HOME-Wo pay in advance. Experience un- riecc-vsary. Ever.\ thlnj: supplied Nation- v.ldu Distributors. 401 Ero.idwa, J«. Y. COAL--Hcst Kr.idc 9-ft coal. Any .imount delucrrd., cement itnd building supplies Pro-npt dcllver Gerald Schomer. Phone 1991. IIclp Wanted--Male 33 OUT SIDE SALESMEN--For electric Jlp- plianccs. rcfrlRer.itors. t t c ( in Con- ncllsville and surrounding lerritorits Opportunity to rani ^ood money, nefcrences required, Momcomcry Ward Comp.m\. Alt. Pleasant. Pa. COAL--9-ft, Conneili-vjllc coking, lump and run of mine Pllts-burf h Champ- Ion nut coal and larKC lump Coke, all si^es. Stone ^ Work. Phone 1700 EXCELLENT GRADE--9 Ft CnklllK Coal 13c delivered. George W. Kern*. Phone 4121-R-ll. Autos, Accessories, Tires, Parts 13 BATTERIES I1ECHARCED . 49c MOTOR OIL. 2 GALLONS . ... 7!lc STORAGE BATTERY (EXCIf.) .... $3 39 45 VOLT R BATTFniES .. 08- FOG LIGHTS (PAIR1 . . S4.7j SPECIAL TIRE SALE' BUY--One tire nt the rcculfir price ntvi get another tire /or $2. ALL WINTER GOODS 'A OW! GOLDE TIRE RADIO COMPANY 126 E. CRAWl'OJtD AVE. PHONE. 10. Repairing--Sen-ice Stations 1G ELECTING ARC WELDING--Done by Special \Vtlder._ ^quickly und nuaran- leidi Both btcel"and c.ift iron, strain or hot air furnaces. clin*.cr heads, cnclnc blocks, etc. P'JZIO AUTO PAINT AND DODY SuOP. 127 H. EiChth E t . West Side Business Service Business Service Offered 18 UPHOLSTERING AWNINGS--XUBNI- TURE HEPAIHING, QUALITY WORK GUARANTEED ESTIMATES FHEKI FISIIKR'S. 322 S. PGH. ST PHONED 15. KEYSTO.VE CARACK -- Opemtcd by "Ham" Younkln and Jim Taylor, former mechanics of the Mason Motor Co _ General auto repairs Phone 17GO; Night. 1773-W. 342 E. Crawford Ave. RESPONSIBLE MAN WITH CAR--To oper.tte nut and c.indy route. Cash deposit required for merchandise on location. Salary $2500 \\tcklv and commission Write onl Mr. Taylor. 944 3rd Ave. Brooklyn. N. Y, Financial IJusincss Onnortunillcf FOR SALE-- Estimated 40 acres of Pltlb- nurch coal, open on slope, on Pcnna. Railroad. 3 Miles from McDonald, 12 from Cirnejjle, 22 from Pity-bur^h. 12 from Cnnonsbury cement road. B E. Williams', Irwin. Pa Piiono 2I02-R-11, Need Money 40-B SHORT OF CASH Get n Personal Loan heic. Only ONE thine nn-ded --the ability to repay small, regular amount-* on any Imtn plan you select. Comu in NOW1 LOANS up lo 5300--ALL PLANS. PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY Ovor McCror'i. Store. Phone 34. WEST CRAWFORD AVENUE'. Livestock Horses, Cattle. Oilier Stock 48 SI OILS--And makes minor adjustments on any sewlnK machine In your home. Parts extr.i. Phone 990 Troutman'3. WALL PAPER CLEANED--75c per room, and up. It, Lcwelton and P. Moscr. Phone 2122. Connelltville. | foil SALE--Pereheron .stallion, .six cors old, 4BOO ib. HeMsKred blue roan Bplj'ian mare. 8 months old. Six ear firn.\ m ire. 1700 Ib Ton fir.iy horse. 1ROO Ib Full blooded t\\o jcar Hereford hull. 18 Month old heifer, cheap. Ten jeai b'.ick mare. 1300 Ib. B. E. WIHI.IITH. trwln. Pa. Plionc 2102- R-ll. Poultry, EKKS and Supplies KO REASONABLF. OFFER REFUSED-1934 Hudwn 4-door Scdnn. Paint, Upholstery and tires, all like new. Original Owner. Equipped with Radio and Heater, Terms can hc arranged. David \Vcrtheimer. Jr.. 700 South Pltlsburg Street. Phone COO-J. FINE LATE MODEL USED CABS E. E VAN SCOY. INC. 3SS E. CRAWFORD AVE. · PHONE 243 LARCF. SELECTION USED CAHS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 25S E. CHAWFORD AVE. PHONE 0134. LATE MODEL USED CAKS1 HETZEL-YOUNG MOTOR CO. SCOTTDALE. PENNA, _ PHONE 407, Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 BABY CHICKS -- All breeds Purln i Sfartcna. Keystone Kccd Store. 110 West Apple Street. Phone 107. INSURANCE ALL KINDS EXCF.PT LIFE FAYETTE REALTY CO. PHONE 1310. T. D. GARDNER. MCR. Merchandise Articles for Sale SI WE ARE QUITTING BUSINESS! MUST SELL ENTIRE STOCK' RELIABLE INSURANCE -- All kinds James R. LauKhlln-- INSURANCE. See ire for rates 303 First National Bank Buildinn. Phone 520. Moving. Truckinn, Storasc 25 KVI.KY LOAD INSURED' I Long distance and local mo\ my Modern j stotajte for household roods, We do I crating fer shipment by rail Bull's | Transfer t Storafo Phone 00 122 E. I Peach street. 200 Straw Hats. $350 value 75 Bathing Suits 75 Silk S. Wool Scatti, S3 150 Men's Suits- 50 Top Coats Ovcrcoalj loo Men's Summer Suits 200 Min'i Felt Hats 175 Pr Freeman Shoes 100'.s and Jackets each flSc 50c to $1 95 xaluts, ca. 50c 515 ?20 S12 75 to S22 50 S5 to 51250 51 29 to ?2 95 $2 85 to S4 83 $1 19 to S3 48 SACRIFICE S339.00--1030 Ford Coach, lour new tires. 18000 miles, A-l rendition. Phono 34. FOR SA*,,E--Dodxc Victor Si\, four-door tedau. A-l incdvantcaUy, new UlCi. Price KO.OO. Pooc OiS-J. DID YOU LOSK your purse or card case? Let us run a Lost and Found ad for ou- Just pbonc. 12 or 13 for an ad- taker. YOUR MONEY REFUNDED 1! you Cct i the desired results Delorc j o u r ' o d expire:. Why cot iitlvirUic that extra drtiicr? WILL SELL VERY REASONABLE--Show Cases, Table*, Counters. Window Fixtures, Sliclvmc. Cash Registers, Mirrors, Sale. Benches ,md Etc. DAVID WF.RT.MEIMER Jit 700 S PITTSBURG ST. PHONE CCO-J. rOR SALE--lluiid hoist, rhunc 1517. GENUINE WASHINGTON RUN COAL-^Vm. Dull and Son. PMonc Conncllsvllle 107, Dawson 32G1 or W31 COAL--Good black lumpy run of mine, lOc busl cl delivered. Cash. Koballa Bros I'honc 2037. llouciiold Goods 59 FOR SALE1 -- FOR SALE! BARGAINS--In all kinds of mcd furniture Including washing machines. Also flat top desks, adding machines and typcw rlters. DULI.'S STORAGE J22 EAST PEACJI STREET. PilONE. 50. STORE WIDE RE1 UCTIONS ON ALL FURNITURE, HUGS AND STOVES. COME IN! SKE! AND SAVE! LARGE TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES. MEHVIS J-URNITUHE COMPANY NORTH PITTSHUHG ST. PHONE 2020 YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD HERE1 BARGAINS--In .ill kinds of rebuilt furniture Sam's Upholstering Rt Repair, 307 N. Water St, Conncllsvllle. FOR SALE--Wistlni'hou-c electric range, very good condition. Price reasonable. C.ill 4100-11-11. FOR SALE--Household fu-nlturc, cheap. 507 East Green street. FOR SALE--.Vow dlnlns room suite. Call at 203 Cedar avenue, after 7 P. M. GS Wanted--To Buy 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 "5c" PER POUND WHY NOT LOOK AROUND AND MAKE YOURSELl SOME SPENDING MONEY??? Rooms and Board K«oms iVilh Hoard EIGHTH STREET. NORTH. 142--Roomier ladies or f.enlkrrien. Priv.tte home, convi.tiii.nces, low rent. Will board. Rooms Without Board 68 JOHNSTON AVENUE. 507--Nice size bedroom suitable for t\\o persons, ladies or gentlemen Rent reasonable. Use of phone Plionc 5.12 BRUCE: CTNTRAI. PHHSa ASSOCIATION £Ax-~ LE. CJ BF ^^ corvRiGirriJVLroJMUcr.jtEjnAsrjjBY PHONE 12 or 13 tor an ad-takcrl CHAPTER 43 AT THIS point in II. Picon's theory of the tragedy Sam Williams broke in'rather impatiently. "But, Monsieur Picon," ho said, "we've already discussed over and over again the possibility of anyone having climbed out of that window, and it has been proved that it was not possible in the time . . ." "Patience, if you please," sold M. Picon; "step by step, it you will listen. I. Amor Picon, will tell you ail. Eh bicn, hero we are with a chauffeur who can climb n rope. But of what use la that? He must have an alibi. No amusement to commit a murder, and be caught escaping by means of a rope. Pas da taut. It must bo done belter. How? Ah, then comes the great idea. The chauffeur sees just how the pauvrc Madame Thuruton may meet her accident, how he and Enid may inherit some of her money, and escape without ever being suspected. A big idea, this time! And one to deceive nearly all detectives. All but Picon. For Picon, too, bos an idea sometimes. "The room must be a little dark, and the chauffeur must go to see mndame. That, we are told, was not so unusual. He must holt the door. That, too, may have happened before. His rope hongs at the window, suspended firmly from the apple room the window of which is directly over the opening window of Madame Thurston's room. All la prepared. He must advance to madamc. That, also, he has done before. Then, not the embrace, but vi'**, the knife. Tcchhk! It muat be done. In silence and swiftly ho muat sever the jugular vein. Then, hoop! Onto the rope. The sailor's climb to the apple room. The concealment of tho rope- The descent to the kitchen. The con. vcrsatlon with the cook. Yoiia un ,^caut ."Meanwhile, the youn? woman Enid docs her part. She is la the room »"** Dr - Thurston, which Is divided from that o£ Madame Tlmrston W » wa "- N f n r tnls wall she slV sds - Sho walts her lover ha? descended to the kitchen, and t^ c murder is done Then Ow! Ow! st. le screnTM"- , Madame Tbursto.? ^'"S ' dcrcd. For who c « distinguish the screams of two · "omen? One may know the voice ', ot '"* v " well, but the scream, that i» dlf fcrcnt. No one can tcl. , So ncar to the wall, too, it must", sccm to come from the poor lady'. 1 room Then--all will nrrlvo. Th." d ?,° will bo burst open, the crirr.'.? fj ls covered. Who has done It 7 SCcr tAinly not the chauffeur, for \vV a , r he not talking with the cook' Certainly not Enid, for docs shi not arrive at the door immediately? Ccrtnlnly not Miles, for was ho not with Bocuf T / Such was the plot. Intelligent, n'est-ce p.«? But not quite Intelligent enough for Amcr Picon. "And now we see what came of that plot. Allans! Voyons! A Ix gloirel "First arrives Monsieur Strickland who. as milord Pllmaoll had taken such pains to show us, was Mm. Thureton's stepson. He is what you call In your so expressive Idiom, 'broke to the wide.' He has written to his stepmother in advance that bo will need some money, but urgently. And she, who Is generous and good, has arranged to overdraw yet another X.OO for him. Hut hclas! what says the bank manager? Without security no more, Madame. She takes the £200 pounds, and returns home. "Then bo arrives. It te all right'. pcrlmp« she tells him, 'I can ive you the money!' And ho is 1 cllcved of his troubles. But ushli! ihe has spoken too loud. The but- Gr has discovered that she has Ills sum. He has already blackmailed Madame Thurgton with the etter that she wrote to Fcllowes, nd now determines to ob f .ain also his money. During the afternoon sees her and she has to give him the £200. It is a pity. . ·Then, after that so Intelligent .Iscussion of the literature of rime, you go to dross for dinner. Madame Thurston sends for Fel- owes and tells him to act the trap or the rat. That is good for Fcl- owcs. It is not necessary, but it a good. And Monsieur Town- lend perceives Monsieur Strick- ond emerging from Madame Thurston's room. She has given him her pendant to help htm hrough hla troubles. She ia kind, .his Madame Thurston. "During dinner the chauffeur, Just as Lord Simon has explained, fetches the ropes. Lord Simon jag obliged me by perceiving how he bro 'ght them into the house unobserved. I had myself wondered at that But it Is simple. :ie used the front door. He goes .o the chambrc tics pommei. He suspends tho rope. He goes to Madame Tburston's room and re. moves the light. Why? She must [oresce no danger. It is necessary that she should be silent. The scmt-darlKK,3S will assist him. All upstairs is now ready. He descends, and snecp! the telephone wire ia cut Why? The doctor must not come too soon, or the fact may be discovered that she ·Vllltams addresses him. He l» ntercstcd. He forgets the some- hlng in his overcoat, and returns o the other messieurs. "But what is the effect? Tho ioor Knid! She baa been waiting or 10 minutes for her lover to descend from the apple room, so hat ahe may do her part But till he has not come. And now he hears the noise of the radio uddenly Increase as the door is Someone comes, she Someone will find her. was murdered earlier than the screams. "Ho goes now to the kitchen. Dinner is over. Presently the guests begin to go to bod, or to go home. The door of the kitchen is ajnr. Why? Because one must know when Madame Thurston goes to bed. Eleven o'clock draws near. \h! At lost! Madame has left the lounge. Enid rlsea at once and follows her mistrcas to her room. She explains that she cannot get another light bulb. She ia sorry. Docs Madame require her further? ifa/s non, madami is secretly expecting the chauffeur and requires no one. Enid says good night, with a smile. It ia also goodby. "Once more the chauffeur ascends. He takes the rat trap with him. He enters madamc'3 room. She awaiU him. All is well. There la very little light. He remains Why? the detective, that delay. It Is for the priest to understand. Perhaps the crime seems at lost too terrible. Perhaps he wishes her to bo at a disadvantage. Who can say now? But at last ho can delay no more. He has brought , Is weapon. He strikes. Voi/a/ i, is done. Quite ailcnu She had no time to cry out. She Is dead. · And now ho Li nervous. He _ " sos quickly to the window. J,° . Jirov-s It up. Ho Is on the rone Anl bo c!u) clim °. Parblcul J ' - h e climb, this man who i a sailor ? He pulls down low, and climbs, swift, the window of the apple enters. He commences the ropc- with her a little while. Ah, that Is no matter for was one* the wim swift, to room. He to draw in «c /,,- n ' has gone a mcrvcillc. So far, all .i,...,,.- irs a little disaster But now occv . . Jercr. ' ivcraation between ipcncd. hlnka. She Is discovered. Her, lover will 'C hanged. But wait--there i* 'ct time. He has surely climbed n now? Quick, to the door. Ah, bicn, he Is there. Hc descends. She returns to the room of Dr. Thurston and she screams. She baa saved his life, she thinks. But she could not foresee that Amcr Picon, the groat Amcr Picon, would investigate! 'The chauffeur is what you call nonplused. Why has who screamed .00 soon? In a panic hc runs into his own room. Then, in a moment ho realises that he must show himself nt once, as soon as possible. Be joins you at the door. Hc Is relieved. His alibi, though not as good as If hc had been with the cook, Is still perfect. He will escape. "What Is there more to do? Hc offers himself now to those who seek the criminal. Hc lo calm, and confident. He fetches the doctor and the policeman. Why not? The doctor may now examine the body, but it is more than half an hour since the murder. It cannot bo possible foi him to tell that she .Jicd Just four or five minutes before the scream. And the policeman--but he is acquainted with our honest Bocuf. He is enchantc that he should investigate. So hc goes willingly. "Nor is hc troubled that tha ropes should remain concealed in the tank. Why should he be ? He has seen that the screams of Knid have been taken by all to be th* screams of the murdered woman, so that his alibi is perfect. No rope In the world con convict him. be thinks, not having foreseen the Intervention of Amcr Picon. "Ho made, however, one stupid blunder, this so long-sighted young man. Ho arranged to meet .he girl on the afternoon before ic committed his crime. And ho :ried to conceal that afterwards. Then, when I wanted to find out what his movements hod been that day, he fell plop into the. :rap, and was caught as surely as tho little rats in flic apple room. Figure to yourself--he has decided on Friday to carry out tho scheme he has planned. Already, as we know, he has in view tho public house he will take when hc has received the money. Hc has made up his mind. Hc wants, of course, to meet his accomplice. This he effects so secretly that none see them go away in the cot together. "Perhaps the girl is bidden In the back. Perhaps she waits foz him beyond the village. At nil events their meeting was concealed. They drive to their cus* ternary place, where it Is unlikely that they will be observed. They leave the car where they have always left It, and where It will arouse no comment, since a cat may often be left ncar to a lovers' lane. They are quarreling. Th« girl, perhaps, is impatient with so for the there is n coi Dr. Thurstoo, and Monsieur Wh, Downstairs .fonaicur Williams Townsend. The radio plays. Townsend ? Sec, will fetch somct overcoat Hc got and opens It But at docs Monsieur he rises. He hing from his a to the door no. Monsieur much waiting, and with lover's attentions to madamc. her Ho must pacify her. He 'ells her of his decision--that the day they, have awaited is here. They complete their plans. They smllo again. They return to the car, and drive to the house--unseen. (To Bo Continued), Rooms and Board Rooms for Housekeeping 69 FOR KENT--Two nicely furnished, front room, for Kbht houscKccping. 22J South street. FOIl SALE--2 \ Acres ot groui on Improved road. 1-8 mile Limits. Address "B" care Co' J'OH RENT--Tuo furnished Hunt housekeeping room;.. Ill West Cedar Avenue. FOIt SALE Oil RENT--33 Acre quire Martin Wrecking Co. Conncllsvillc. Phone 4I02-R-? * Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats FOR KENT--Apartments in Smutz Apartment Huildlng. "15 Crawford avenue, West Side SIX JiOOM FURNISHED APAHT.MKNT-- Do\\nto\sn location Kent $35000. Available at once. Anply Paramount TJit.itre. COLONIAL BUILDLN'C--South Side. Six room apartment available immtdtatUy. David Werthelmer, Sr. Phone, 880. Business 1'l.ices lor Ilcnt 75 KOI! RENT--Storeroom In SmuU BuiM- inR. A\all.iulc March 15th Inquire 717 Crawford avenue. West Side. Houses for Rent FOR RENT--Modern blx room houie. South Ptttsburg St. Phone 487, ash for Mr. Jlebb. Real Estate for Sale Brokers ia Real Estate DO YOU WANT TO DUY . . . RENT . . . OK SELL?? SEE ..IK TODAY--I have properties In nil sections of the City and MirroumiJns communities Will be e'att to talk it over anytime or an place PAUL WAO.GNER 1009 W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE. H8 PROPERTIES FOR SALE OR RENT! T. C. PIIALIN. SO. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. PHONE 075. Farms and Land for Sale S3 WASHADAUGH FARM FOR SALE1 GO ACRES--Seven room house, larce barn, best spring water, good road Ten minutes drive from Scottdatc or Mt. Plc.tsant Price. $4.000. Immediate possession. E. F DeWitt, SCOTTDALE. PENNA. PHONE 43. Real Estate fo, r Sale Farms and Land for Sale 83 id fronting from City urler. .'arm. In- K. D. 3. Houses For Sale 84 REAL HOME--Vine Strcit near ion, six rooms, 'inishcd attic, o? nev, heater, ilnest condition, rarage, exceptional buy. $5.250 mediate sale MANY OTHERS--In all sections City. PETER R. WEIMER WEIMER ARCADE David- .k doors. tv, o car for im- o! the FOR SALE--Eight room brick hou. modern conveniences. Inquire 301, nut nvcnuc, or call 180-M. Scottd. FOR SALE--House cf unusual good \. SI.COO. Robert Ncrrls. Phone 503. SF.E THIS PROPERTYl SYCAMORE STREET--Six room fram house, basement, vapor steam heat, al conveniences. Two car garage. Can nnanfic suitable terms WM P. McNULTY EAGLES BU1LDINC.:. PHONE 1700. Auctions--Legols Auctioneers, Auction Sales 90 I'UULIC SALE. Public sale will be held by Ira Miller at lis place at LaurelvJJle, 3 miles cast of Mount Pleasant on Route 31. on Tucsdav, .larch 15. beginning al 1 P. M The o(- fcrlnn will Ittclude 14 head of horses, eight cow.s, some nice shoats and machinery. Terms: Cash. Legal Notices. 91 KXIXUTORb' NOTICK. Notice Is hereby given that letters :estamcntary on the estate of Michael C. White, deceased, late ot ConnellsviUe. layette County. Pa- have been granted :o tho undersigned, to Mhom all perrons indebted lo said estate are requested to make Immediate payment and those nav- Inff claims against same, v*ill make them known without delay. Louis White, 30J W. Faycttc St, · Conncllsvillc, Pa. Alice White Gibbons, Dunbar, Pa, Executors. i9-feb-6:-.sat. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF DUXBAll TOWN'Mlir. THE BUDGET FOR THE YEAR 1938 has been prepared by the Board of Road Svipcrvlsors of Dunb^r Township and may be seen at the ofllcc. in West Side Hotel. Conncllsvillc, Pa. B. J Colbert. Treasurer. mar-5-12-19 Confluence Lots For Sale 85 SEVERAL NICE BUILDING LOTSI FOR SALE--At Poplar Grovo. 60x140 ft City water and gas. telephone service, near Street Car lino and highway If you are Interested In good building lots nl real Birgaln Prices, see C B McCormlck. Poplar Gro\e. Phone. Con- ncllsville, J204-J, or write Post Office Box 144, Conncllsvillc, Pa. Wanted--Real Estate WANTED TO BUY AT ONCE--Three or four loom cottjge with bath. 404 Eliza Street. ConnellsUllc. YOU TELL US your details and we'll w-lte your ad. Phone 12 or 13 for on ad-taker THERE ARE many things obtainable through tho Qlassiacd Ads mat it would be dliUcult to get In any other iy. M A FINCH, wo a Ouslsd Ad. CONFLUENCE, Mar. 12.--The baked ham supper given by the .adies' Aid Society of the Methodist piscopal Church Thursday evening 'as considered successful both so- 'illy and financially. W. B. Fortney of Charleston was a iiness 'sitoi Thursday, fulia Fayc, little daughter of John ·ncy, is improved after a several s illness. r. and I/Irs. Eugene Burmvorth recent visitors to Mcycndale. 'cry heavy snow, several inches fell here early Thursday morn- The greater part of it dis- ·cd befoie evening, the Win-My-Chum Week Ep- LCDJJUC service in the Mcth- Episcopal Church Thursday t, Rev. E. V. May, pastor of ·uthodist Episcopal Church at set, preached. jinbcr of relatives and friends place attended the funeral of c Ira V. Ruth in Connellsvillc tl.iy. Mr. Rush was a former itit of. this vicinity, day..' M were' A \ deep, "is. ' appear At · woith odist , evenin; the M Somet A nv of this the ial Thuii residi

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