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PAGE SIX. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLK, PA, SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1939. Courier Classified Advertisements For Quick Results 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9o cash; lOc charge. 1ASSIFIED AD RATES- Ads to Be Run 3 Times. ,» Per line, 7c cash; Sc charge. TM Special Yearly Rates Upon Request. Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c casia;_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 ; 'l 2 or 1 3 for an Ad-T^ker Spedai--Your AcL Inserted U 7" Times for the Price of Six!--Special No Ad..Is Taken for Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Strayed, Lost, Found 10 LOST-- Brown pigskin Rlove with iucde trim Finder please return to Courier Office. LOST -- Man's purse, Wednesday night. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 TAKE A LOOK Employment Help Wanted -- Female 32 WOMEN WANTED-- Addict our catalogs. 2c each paid m advance plui. bonusi_-h Everything Suppucd Free Details Fur- 16-1. Brooklyn, N Y Rooms and Board Rooms tor Housekeeping 69 TOR RENT-- Two nicety furnished rooms Cor light housekeeping Central location 232 E Crawford. Avenue. FOR RENT-- Tivo fuinliliccJ rooms for Automotive Automobiles tor Sale -- C H E V R O L E T --_ TRADE-IN BARGAINS Buy With Confidence From The CITY'S OLDEST DEALER. All Cars Guatar.teccU 1938 Chevrolet Deluxe Town Sedan. 1937 Chevrolet Deluxe Sport Sedan. 1937 Chevrolet Deluxe Coupe. Radio ana ·Heater. 1936 Chevrolet Standard Sedan. 1D3G Chevrolet Standard Coupe. 1036 Plymouth Sedan. 1D34 Plymouth Sedan. 1937 Ford Coach. 193S Pont lac Coupe. 1936 Hudson Brougham. 1036 Dodge Coupe. 1937 Dodge Town Sedan MANY MORE AT OUR GARAGE. POPULAR MAKES AND lyiODELS! MASON MOTOR COMPANY. " Your Chevrolet Dealer. 127 W. APPLE STREET PHONE 105 Open Evenings 1 Open Sundays! You Name The Terms! DON'T READ THIS AD UNLESS YOU ARE INTERESTED IN A REAL GOOD BUY IN A USED CAR! 1833 Ford V-8 Tudor Sedan, for . . 505 1335 Dodfie Coupe for . . $225 1937 Ford Roadster, for S75 1D3I Plymouth 4-door Sedan, for 540 1931 Chevrolet Coupe, for SI3 1937 Ford Tudor Sedan, for §349 1029 DcSoto Roadster, for - S35 1929 Ford Coupe, for S40 1934 Dodge Coupe, for ,, ... ._. $23D 1932 Chevrolet Coach, for S69 1930 Dodge Coupe, for 575 _AJ 3O. MANY OTHER GOOD BUYS IN LATE MODEL USED CARS! Very Easy Terms Arranged! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY. W. CRAWFORD AVENUE. PHONE 407. Open Evenings! Open Sundays! '937 Studebakcr 4-door Sedan with healer . $575 1937 Willys Deluxe 4-door Sedan with Heater - $295 1936 Nash "8" 4-door Sedan, Radio j and Heater $475 I 1936 Lafojette 4-door Sedan v,ith ! Heater . $395 i 1935 Hudson "6" 4-door Sedan, ' Heater $295 j 1934 Plymouth Coach 5195 1932 Chevrolet Si-ton Panel Truck $75 Terms To Suit Buyci! CENTRAL SERVICE STATION. NASH SALES SERVICE 907 W. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 291 WANTED AT ONCE--Nipht man. Apply Penn Connel) Hotel, ConnelKviltu, Pa, ' Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats Financial Need Money FOR RENT--Four room apartment, bath, | hot water heat, second lloor. 411 Johnston Avenue. Phone 59G. Business Service NEED CASH--In a hurry? We'll lend , you $300 or less on your signature Personal Finance 1 Company Phone 34. Business Places for Rent 75 Livestock Horses, Cattle, Other Stock 48 50 REAR, 122. EAST PEACH STREET-Room. 40x60 for rent with refrigerator equipment Ideal place tor beer distributor or fiarotje Inquire. Dull's Storage. 122 East Peach Street Phone FOR SALE-- One all around si'if-I lender fnrm horse. Rcntle and work anywhere Bob Rudolph, above Cavrari 1 ? Stone Q u a n FOR SALE-- Tc; ~ c Hue , quiet farm Farms ancJ Land for Hunt Business Service Offered 18 i FISHER'S UPHOLSTERY. AWNINGS. FURNITURE REPAIRS RECOVERINGS I PHONE 0645 322 SO PITTSBURG ST. j years old C. A. Kennedy, located be- j tuet-n Lciscnrlng No 1 and VandcrbiH. FOR SALE--Two youiif nork horses. S j W. Jordan, Pat'risrj'i F.tirn. VandcrbiH ; Road. PNjrc 4103-K-ll. , TOR RENT--;)1 ncrr-, on paved rond close *o\vn Five room hoUbe. cemented basement. 2 porchf- Electricity. v.arm air fu-na.ce, w a t e r m house, large b.irn, jj.irnKP. f r u i t S25 00. Union lenity Company, Uniontown. Telephone 108 Houses for Rent Heating:, Plumbing:, Roofing- 22} Poultry. Effjjs and Supplies 49 WM. T SKELLEY--Tinning, roof.nK, blat- ' BABY CHICKS--ALL, BREEDS--Purina j ing, painting and repairing Phone Startena Ke\ stone Feed Store. 110 11G9-W. Soutii Connellsville, Pa. [ West Apple Street Phone 107. I FOR RENT--Tuo room cottage and thret room cottage, garnge and gardens. One mile fro-T) St John School. See Ray Gnrlick. W Allegheny Avenue, South Conncllsville Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 GOOD DEPENDABLE INSURANCE -AH kinds. James R. LaughlJn--INSUR- ANCE See me for rales. 309 First National Bank Building Phone 520. Moving, Trucking, Storage 25 Merchandise Articles for Sale 51 FOUR ROOM MODERN HOUSE--Cen trally locaicd balh. larre aUic. base- mfnt. hot, cold w.tttr. 223 E. Apple St. 81 Wanted--To Rent FOR MOVING . . PHONE 50. DULL'S TRANSFER CONNELLSVILLE. PA "FOR BEST SERVICE1" Modern Storage For Household Goods BAKED PAPER MATS FOR SALE--Used Courier -mats that aru excellent for lining the inside of your garage, barn, chicken coop ar oulbuildings of any kind SelHiig at Ic each Inquire at The Courier Office WANTED TO RENT--Four or fi\ ( house. Poplar G rove preferred room Call 'SIMUGHTER WKTTTHJ FOR AMD RELEASED BY CENTRAL PRESS ASSOCIATION CHAPTER THLRTY-THRKK A STRANGE man was waiting in the corridor outside Jim's room when Lona reached the hospital the morning after the accident which had sent Jim plunging of! the bridge into the river bed. He was a kindly-eyed, middle-aged man with the ruddy skin that comes of a life in the open, and he offcied Lona a competent looking hanJ. "I m Clark Martin, the engineer in charge of. the bridge," he told her. "I've come over to see if there's any I hing we can do for Jim I can't tell you how sorry we are to have a thing like this hap- Ihe boys like Jim, you pen. All know "That's kind of you," Lona murmured. "Have you seen Jim ? How is he this morning?" The hospital office girl had been missing from her desk when Lona came through and she had no news. "They wouldn't let me see him." The man shook his head. "The nurse says he's doing as well as can be expected. She's with him now. It's sort of--tough on you, Mrs. Bennett, having 1 a thing like this happen when you're just.--new in town and nil. I hope you'll let us know if anything is needed. We Iron workers sort of--stick together, you krow." His smile came a little uneasily, Lona thought. As If he knew something he was keep- big back from her. "That's kind of you," ahe repeated for lack of anything better to say. "But there really isn't anything to be done. Everyone's been BO k nd. I didn't realize there were EO m.iny kino people in'the world." "If there's anything you want, you're to remember." He, too, was repeating himself awkwardly. "We will all visit him as soon as the doctor allows it." He made a motion to put on his hat, then seemed to thmk better of it. ' There's a little matter I'd like to talk over with you personally, Mrs. Bennett," he brought out almost apologetically. "I hate to bother you at a time like this. I was going to ask Jim about it, but they don't war.t him disturbed." He shrugged and rear-lied inside his coat pocket, drawing out a letter. "Yus?" Lona felt her breath coming why. fast without knowing Real Estate for Sale MOVING--At reasonable rates. All pooria insured Will buy furniture. Call 183. Miller Transfer, 153 E. Crav-ford Ave. Printing, Engraving. Binding 27 I : . i FOR SALE--30.000 hard brick. $600 per "M." David Wertheimer, Sr Phone 806. Buildings, Building Materials 53 VOUCH MOTOR COMPANY. GOOD USED CARS 321 SO- FITTSBURG ST. PHONE 8 WE BOTH LOSE MONEY -- IF YOU DON'T SEE VANSCOY'S USED CARS. 259 E. CRAWFORD. PHONE 243. SAVE YOUR BIG WHITE RAGS1 THEN BRING THEM TO THE COURIER OFFICE PAV YOU IN CASH FOR ALL THAT YOU BRING PER POUND Professional Services GET GOOD MONEY for your extra household goods. Put them on view through a Classified Ad Phone 12 or 13 for an ad-takcr. OUR CLASSIFIED SERVICE Is as near as your phone. Just call 12 or 13 and your needs will noon be met without any further trouble on your part. YOU KNOW WHAT you want and a Courier Classified ad-takcr can tell you how to go about getting it. Phone 12 or 13. EXPERT TRUSS FITTING-- Elastic Hosiery and other surgical appliances. A A. Clarke. PH G. DniRRist, 323 North Pittsburg Stre e t. Phone 14. Employment Help Wanted--Female WOMEN EARN $18 00--Dozen Se\vmg Dresset. Everything furnished. Materials cut. Trimmings and Instructions. Experience unnecessary Wiiti 11 . Quality Drew., Church Annex, P. O. Box 245, N Y. OUR CEMENT--Sun d and gravel arc of th.c firc."-t qti.ilhicb L*-t us figure.* o a r requirements. Stone . Work. Fhorc 1"00 Brokers In Real Estate SAY YOU, MR RENTER--You can t wish for that home . but you can buy na,\ for le*-s thtin you will later on Let us tell ou w h a t we nave. PETER R WEIMER WEIMER ARCADE Farm and Dairy Products 55 FARMERS LET US HELP YOU 1AKE SOME MONEY 1 HERE S HOW--You can find a market, for your farm products, your farm Implements, your dairy products, your live stock and household goods by running « small Inexpensive ad In our Classified Section There you will find many people who want to become your customer or buyer. The rural circulation of The Dally Courier covers a largo area and your advertisement wiU be read by many people who are looking for Just the thinns you have £or sale NOTE: All classified ads arc payable in advance. You will find our rales in the above Classified Heading. Farm Equipment 55-A WANTED--Girl or middle afiea lafly for J LOUCKS MARDWAF general housework. 413 Eliza Street 11G w - CRAWFORD AVE. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE n ie 3I 17 10 Z'O ACROSS I--Hooded 20--Pronoun 22--Petulant fit of passion 26--Verbal 28--Important food article of Africa 30--In a noble manner 32--A bird 33--Nothing: 34--Guided cape of gray fur 5--A spine (onat) 9--Hurried 10--Egg of an insect 11--Hazes 13--AJI odor 15--One time and no more 17--At sea IS--A bulwark 19--12th Greek letter 23--The whole amount 24--An edible Japanese plant 25--Wards off 27--Vex 29--Fastens with rope 31--Though 32--Fabulous bird of Arabia Answer to previous puzzle 35--Chooso 36--Game * played on a checkered board DOWN 1--Defensive 6--Priceless covering of 7--A number mail S--Oil from 2--Principal rose petals 3--Mysterious 12--A beverage 4--Half ems 14--Vehicle 5--Code-signal 16--Animosity for assist- 21--A French ance nursemaid , King Features Sytxltcate. Inc. SEEDS FOR FIELD AND GARDEN' FERTILIZER . . FARM IMPLEMENTS! BABY CHICKS! LOUCKS HARDWARE STORE PHONE 135. 5C PROPERTIES. FOR SALE OR RENTI T C. PllALIN. SO COKNELLSVILLE. PA PHONE 97S Houses for Sale NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY I SEE THESE PROPERTIES! KAST CRAWFORD A VENUE. 211-- BufT brick duplex v. ilh Uto hot nir furnaces, rental value $dO per month and Uvy car gurage. Sale price 55,500. W AS1 riNGTON AVENUE. EAST. 309-Four room cotlngc built on two lots, also paved sticct. Immediate possession for SI 000 TWO NICE SOUTH SIDE PROPERTIES-For vtlc st $3.150 aid 54,000 Investigate PAUL G WAGONER IPOS W CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 148 "I really hate to trouble you with a thing like this, but I sort oC think you--ought to Icnow about it. You see, I--I received this letter in the morning mail. It's from a detective and he seems to think that maybe Jim--he's looking for a fellow and he--· Here, you read it!" He thrust the letter at hrr as if it were hot. "Somoone sent this to you asking about Jim ?" Lena's hands were cold, suddenly, her fingers stiff, as she unfolded the paper. "Dear Mr Martin," she read: "The Western Detective Agency Is trying to locate a certain James Kan Kin. We have reason to believe that James Bennett, whq came into your employ several weeks back, may be Rankin. I was in Brighton yesterday and made inquiries winch tend to further our belief. I was called back to Chicago without get- Ung to see 'him personally, but 1 expect to return within two weeks. "If you have any information regarding Bennett which might be useful to us, please forward it to the Western Detective Agency. By so doing you be serving the ends of justice. We are particularly anxious to know if Bennett has a western background and an engineer's training. The affair in which he is wanted occurred In the west. "Jack Price, "Western Detective Agency." "But I -- I don't understand this." Lona forced the words through unwilling lips. "Why should they be hunting Jim?" "I just sort of thought you -ought to know." The engineer's eyes refused to meet hera. "But it must be some mistake! Why, Jim's never been in the west!" The He come almost involuntarily. "He -- lie was raised in Chicago. And I'm sure he has no engineer's training. He's never been to college " Something impelled her to go on recklessly. "You're sure of that ?" Relief showed in Martin's kindly weather- beaten eyes. "Of course. It's ridiculous." She tried to sound convincing. "Then we'll -- forget it. I knew there was nothing in it, of course. Jim's too fine a fellow, but I -- had to ask." He jammed the letter back in his pocket, and reached again for his hat. "I'll keep in touch," he promised. "We'll all come to see Jim when he's able. And, in the meantime, the beat of luck!" "Thank you," Lona heard herself murmuring, her body tensing itself to sit nonchalantly on her chair until he had gone. * She sat on there beside Jim's closed door for a long time after Mr. Martin's footsteps had ceased to clump on the floor. In her mind she was going over the letter she had read, and panic took hold of her. It WAS Jim for whom they were hunting. Despite her denials to Dinah and Mr. Martin, she could no longer hide the truth from herself. It was Jim! He was wanted. Sitting there, a hundred little details that had happened since she had known Jim came crowding back. Things she had scarcely noticed or been curious about at the time. His unwillingness to talk about himself or his family. His hatred of newspapers and his fear of being photographed. The way they had fled from the big- city when that picture of him had been published -- and it was flight! She had to acknowledge it now. Jim was afraid. Afraid of what? The question forced itself into her mind, finally, try as she might to keep it back. What had Jim done? Was it something that might take him away from her if he were traced? She thought swiftly of her father and the way he had died back there in that gray stone horror of a prison, and a little cry escaped her. "Not that. 1 " she murmured, and covered her face with her nand a» if to keip out the crowding memories. "Not that! Not Jim, too!" It could not be that! It couldn't b« that Jim was hunted--a criminal. Still there was that letter! "Wanted" . - . "Serving the ends of justice." The words stood out in her brain. That meant, could only mean, one thing--a thing sha couldn't bear to believe, couldn't stand to face. She must put it up to Jim, she decided a few minutes later, as she smoothed back her tumbled hair and slipped a powder puff over her hot face. She must tell him what she had discovered, warn him.! Alter all, it might not be so bad.) There might still be some explana-j tion, other than the one she feared. She felt, suddenly, the need of see-j mg him, of watching the littlaj crooked half-smile she knew so well] spread over his face, of hearing his' drawling, "Girl--" Without waiting for a summons,, she opened the door of his room and! edged inside. The nurse was scat-) ed at his bedside and she frownedj at the intrusion. "You were to stay out," she said, in a warning' whisper. "The doctor left orders." "But I thought he was better. You didn't call me. What has happened?" Dismay made Lena's voice sharp, and the figure on the bed stirred violently. "Sh-sh!* ' the nurse cautioned. "You must be quiet--" "The net!" Jim cried out then, in a voice so loud and harsh that Lona jumped. "He's going through, the net! Stop him, for God's sake! Can't you stop him! That net's no good! It's been weakened--" He was raving again. Lona looked at the nurse, a question in her eyes. The nurse lifted a warning finger. "It's his head," she whispered. "We rather expected it. But it's nothing to worry about. He'll come out of it." She smiled reassuringly. "But he--he looks so stranger Are you sure it's--all right?" "There's nothing: to be alarmed about. If you'll just go on out, I'll have him quiet In a few minutes. He's had another hypodermic. He may be rational when he comes out of that. Now, if you'll please go out." She was gently easing Lona toward the door. Their whispered conflict seemed to communicate itself to Jim's wandering consciousness. "The net!" he cried out again, struggling to sit up in bed. "He'll go through the net, I tell you! Stop him. . . For God's sake, stop him! It's mur^ der, can't you understand? It's MURDER . . . " Murder! The word hit oil Lena's mind like the impact of a bomb. She staggered before it, and ak lowed the nurse to shoo her, unresisting, back out into the corridor, For a long moment she stood there when the door had closed behind her, softening that rasping-, unfamiliar voice. Murder! So. that was it That was tije thing that was haunting Jim--the thing she had to face. For the second time in her life--murder! (To Be Continue*!) Auctions-Legals Notices 91 TOR SALE! EAST CRAWFORD AVENUK--Djplcx. I six room 1 on each side. Garage. WSI P McNULTY EAGLES BUILDING PHONE 1760. J ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Estate of Santy Liborio. aliai Santy Lcborio, alias Saudviccl Lnborya. late of { Ihe City oE ConnclliviUc. Fayctte County. I Pcnn"ylvania. deceased Letters In Administration on tue above named estate having been granted to the undersigned, j notice Is hereby Riven to all persons in- j dcbtcd to snid estate to make immediate I payment, and to tho'-e having claims aRainst the s.inic to present them, piopor- Iy authenticated, for settlement. Jennie Di-Vlto, Administrator. 226 Tenth Street, Connellsvlllr-. Pennsylvania. I Lewis M. D Auna, Attorney. I 25-feb -6t--uit Fuel. Feed, Fertilizers GENUINE-- Washington Run price. Wm. Dull Son Ph call Dawson. 3261 and 3631. Low 107 or FOR SALE--2'i acres, bix room house. outbuildings, electric, good water, young orchard, near Woodda'e \V:li accept team and farn machinery or lifjlit tri ck Inquire Ray Poorbaufih. R. D. 2. Mt Pleasant, Pa. GOOD LUMPY--Run of mmp c.oal 100 - biK.-Sc; 50 -bu., Oc; 25 bu.. 12c d e l i v e r e d . as?L. Kione 2C37, Prank Kobnlln. FOR SALI",--Seven room house, bath, heater, 2 pnragcF, 4 acres of land. Poplar Gro-.r Price 53,500. Inquire Robert Norris. Phone 505. Household Goods EXLCUTOKS 1 NOTICE. Notice ib hen. by rrHen that letters testamentary on the t-rate of Mary E. Blair, dccen=od, late of Connellsville, Pa,, have been r-anted to tl-s underbiRied. to whom all perbons indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment and thoic havir i ..laims against same, w i l l make them known without delay. Edfiar A Blni Council sville, P'i. George \V. Blair South Connells--. ille. Pa , Executors 25-mar.-6t-sat TOR SALE! LIVING ROOM--And dining room suits. davenports, dressers, couches and beds Coal and gas ranges,, also good de.sKS and typewriters Special, one child s large play pen DUbL'S STORAGE. 122 E PEACH ST. PHONE 50 59 ' FOR SALE--Six room modem hou^e in -- excellent condition. Located on Race ! Street. A home that will satisfy. Inquire Robert NorrU. Phone SOS. TRADE IN--YO'JR OLD FURNITURE AND STOVES. LARGC STOCK TO SELECT FROM I LIBERAL. ALLOWANCES MERVIS FURNITURE COMPANY. NO. PITTSEURG STREET. PHONE. 2020 Wanted--To Buy 66 WANTED IMMEDIATELY-Nice, clean, big white rags. We will pay ou 5c per pound. CASH . . . for all you biing in. Mason Motor Co npany. 127 West,. Apple Street.. Phone 105. ^ LET US GIVE YOU AN E S T I M A T E ON YOUR PRINTING WORK! Hand Blllsl--Binding t--Calling Cardsl Bill Heads!--Letter Headsl For Rent Cardsl--For Sale Cards I No Trespassing Slgn^ Fgr Sale! All Work Fully Guaranteed! All At Reasonable Rates t COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 65 DAILY COURIER BLDG OK PHONE RESIDENCE. 91. ALL TIIF. BSST opportunities In Connellsville and vicinuj. are to be found In one place--The Class-led Section EACH OF these ads brings together two people--adveitiEer and reader--for their mutual bencCt and sal.;Jact:on IT'S HARD to imd fault with the Classified Section . . because you can find practically everything else you need. FOR SALE--Five room house, lot 60x135, McGill Avenue. Divrson. Price $1.COO. Eahy terms E. F. DcWltt. Phone 41, Scotldalc, Pa. Buried Alive Under Fall at Filbert Mine NEWS BEHIN Continued from Page Four. later that it would tax large incomes more than small incomes, when the taxes of states were added to those proposed for the Federal Government. Apparen* ly the senatois had been reading these newspaper and magazine polls vnich fathom the American mass mind. These polls indicated the idea of "taking the profit out of war" was 96.45312 per cent popular, or some figure near that, so they authorized use o£ their names as sponsors without going into the exact nature of this particular proposal. The bill will not pass in its pres- Boy Scout Troop Being Organized At Indian Head A Boy Scout troop is being organized at Indian Head with the Men's Bible Class oi the Indian Head Church of God as sponsor o£ the organization. Clarence L. Shaulis has been named scoutmaster with Earl Davis and J. Neal Berg as assistants. The 'weekly meetings are held at 6:30 o'clock Monday evenings. A group of boys will soon be ready to take the tenderfoot test, after which an application will be made for a charter. FOR SALE--Five loom house with heater, located at Vanderbilt. 5700 Inquire Hobc-t NoriK Phone 5C5. FOR SALE--Six room house, modern conveniences. Located at Liberty. For particulars, Phone Dawson 288. UNIONTOWN, Mar. 25.--August I Argenti, 45, of Filbert, was smothered I ' to death when he was buried alive under a fall o£ slnte in the Filbert mine of PI. C. Frick Coke Company Friday. He is survived by his wife, seven children, two brothers and three sisters. Senator Chi \ ez is being quoted as saying he chr.r sed his vital vole on the reorganization bill after he "slopt over it." If the inspiration came in his sleep, Vice-President Garner was there. Mr. Garner worked quietly but effectively to change the Administration's one vote defeat on the Wheeler amendment. Folks who read dreams say he appeared before Chavez saying something like: "Listen, Denny, you are in pretty deep already, so you had better change your mind and go along." Senator Cravez' friend, Senator Truman, is also being given credit for having worked on the New Mexico senator either before or after he slept. Wanted--Real Estate --WANTED-Desirable Dwellings To Be Listed With Us FOR SALE1 PROSPECTIVE PURCHASERS--Appeal to us almost dally and It is our aim to bu.ld up a more complete and diversified listing to offer. IT WILL COST--The owners nothing to advertise properties they desire to sell unless sale is effected by this office. FAYETTE REALTY COMPANY 2nd NATL. BANK BLDG. PHONE, 1375. CONNELLSVILLE. PENNA. (T. D. Gardner, Manager.) THE QUICKEST WAY to get v.hat you want is to use one of these Classified Ads Meyersdale MEYERSDALE, Mar. 25.--Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sellers, Mrs. Harold Higgs and Mrs. Edgar Berkley visited relatives in Central City Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walters of Pittsburgh are guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Fike. Mrs. Cnarles Shtoyer returned Thursday from a visit with her sister, Miss Pauline Knieriem, in Philadelphia. Miss Edna has gone to Latrobe for a few weeks' visit with relatives. Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Glass were visitors to Somerset Wednesday. Rev. George Qumn of Wilmore visited Rev. H. T. Miller several days this week. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Crowe spent Thursday visiting in Friendsville, Md. Misses Elizabeth, Minnie, and Olevia Dia visited in Frostburg on Wednesday. IF YOU DONT see what you want M , ,- e., n f n T ,,«TM* ( nona these ads. advertise yourself t o - i Mr - and Was. banto L-uccnj am morro SALLY'S SALLIES STEP wheneve FORWARD classifi to be calling specially for you ite were Cumberland visitors Thursday. ' 1 Miss Lillian Bcier has returned and say "Here," j f visit with re i a t ivc s in Som- j opportunity seems t ' EXTRAVAGANCE and classified rg cannot together. PHONE 12 or 13 Jor an Ad-taker. erset. Jf.r. and Mrs. William Apple of Somerset visited at the home of the latter's father, W. H. Deeter, during the week. It is more blessed to give than to lend - and it costs.about the same.]

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