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TEN. /EJ, I'JTf. MUNT)A"Y .J.' ^fT, TTrrrtf. West Penn's New Home in Unioritown SCOTTDALE FIRE FIGHTERS ATTEND 10RIAL SERVICE PLANS COMPLETE FOR UNIONTOWN W. P. BUILDING O r n a m e n t a l Brk-k S t r u c t u r e mil He HO Feet Lou? and 30 Foot Wide, WILL GO UP ON MADORE SITE P l a n s for tho now b u i l d i n g to be occupied by \Vest Psm ttaH-Auyt. Company and West f'enn Vowur Cornpan iu (Jniontov/n havo been completed 'I'W UCMV t o r m i n a ! and oillce will ( u i u p y the former site- ot the C C. .\ffldoro Luin'"er Cotiipany hi Pwin vti cet. T!io h u i l d i u s w i l l be 1-10 fee-t long, "iO lect wide and approximately 31 tot high The* ont«i lo walifv will be ot or l a i t u n t i t l britk ]rpsenting an ap- peciraiuc (similar to the Wcet Fenu t e r m i n a l and ofH c I m i l d i n g at Croons- burg. The ratlvay Hack w i l l form a loop aioniid t h e buildtiiK 'o that incoming c, ii» \ \ i l l c l i c l o the terminal to dit- diargo «nd pick u pci^sengeis f i o t n 0 \ \ . n t l n g r l a t f o i m protected by an ovortiiUiKinK roof. The e n t i l e property w i l l be covered « itii a concrete p o v e m e n t .uid on tho t\u l o n g i t u d i n a l sideb of the propelty w i l l lo elected 01 luiiuoitti J biick walls Horn which tho tioiley at.d light poles \viil extend .MoU rn l i g h t i n g iri«tal- 1 itiont, of high I n t e n s ty svlll give the · property oxceptioiid! / tine i l l u m i n a - t i o n ut nisht WP«! Penn Raihva;» w i l l use p u t t ('( tho diet floor foi w a i t i n g room l a c l l i ' i e H and office toi the dispatcher ,ind b t i p e r l n t o n d f J i t The lomaindr of tho llrst floor x'lll be used by West Cen.i Power Company for an apiili- ince salea and commercial office. O n t h r bpcond (loot will be- a d d i t i o n a l Power Company offices and the Rail- wiiyh crew room nnd wash room Tho* c i i g i n c o i i n g firm of Sandcifeon rind Porter is iho a r c b i t c t l and main coiiitactor )ut Mib-cont! acts for the ( onfctriH l i o n w 01 U \ \ i i l bo let to loi al f i r m s i^ far w pot-sible Thf ( o n s t r i K l i o u woi K luib been t-ttii'tul and « l l l he can led t h i o t i g h to ( o i n p l c t i o n is i.ipklly as poi-tilU'. It IH c \ p e t c d t h a t , the b u i l d i n g w i l l he i cndy for o c c u p a n c y early this *um- m M. END VIEW. Extra Postage When Directory Service Is Required,Plan of U.S. Among the recommendations in the | a n n u a l leport o£ Postmaster General Walter F. Brown is ou that should interest every patron ot the postal hcrvtcc and Ihat practic ally includes every person iu the Unlti d Statue, fcej'b Potinaster W S. Gehanna. IkiBtmastoi Behannn lecuieets th,it tho mailing p u b l l p rend it carefully It foilo%se: "It has lo»K been c. practice in t h e postal service to tearch city directories 01 other similar book* of lefer- 1 ctico foi t h e purpose of ( d i r e c t i n g and ! c o m p l e t i n g Improperly and nihiifn- ciently addietHcd mall vitli a ilew to I effecting delivery. W i t h tho great t?iowth of the postal seivico the j v o l u m e of thK l\ pe ol nuul i« con- 'it«ntly i i u r e a H i n p , due In part to the ( £?p!it'ial knowledge that U a street ad- j d i t i u In not l u i n i s h c M the pohta! i P i M c e w i l l endeavor to supply it ' w i t h o u t charge This is particiilaily I t i u e with respect to h( i v y advertising i tmnliiPbs concerns \\lio nsc incomplete | or obsolete u i a l h i i ? list ! 01 fiiil to keep isudi lists coi lected. Ruffsdalti K b K F H D A L U Jan. 20-- Mr. .mil M i s . . I d h n l O s h n K i t ! and d i i u g h t e r « of SIIKM K « ci c n t i e n d l i i K t h e l u n c - i a l of t h e l.illei'v inn le, J o h n 1'oole, \Ion- S u i t n n d t . u u i l y beie Fi J- M r .\nd M i s O t \ U l l l l X f t O i l d l a \ e v f i i i n i ; I Mi*s Amiiilio IP suicplcit Vrlio J u i s j l)oou t r r l o i ' ^ l j i l l Jit tlio- homo of he" ' U m ^ h t o i M i i James .Kohnitjon of . I c ' . i i i i t e t U . i^ - J U h l l y luir*TOVOl. Ml iu i \!l C h a t tc ^ .Mjprs ul ·· lali'i-lou n \i-it'Hl Lhc t o i met'ii tuoth- ( · , A h s K i K ' u l Mveis. Sunday. | Al ;uil ^lii · A Watron il Oonncll=-' \ i ! k viMloil t h e i r (Uut^htoi, Mrs. H f i i - , i old K h l M It v and I t m i l y \ i i s C! S t e p h e n - , ami son ot U e b t . N e V i t o n willed her parents Mr an 1 ' V!is. W i l l i a m iiodbkli-b Lloyd Cleigli H-ye-ai- unl .Mii^ .lrj«(.'i)h ClC'K' 1 ir In on'*lit h o l e toi i l l e i noDii w u s a l-'iul.n CHURCH OF ENGLAND'S NEW PRAYER BOOK IS BURNED BY OPPONENTS 1_U L n i t ' il Pi "-k X K T K H K.ull . .lau 20 -Th.tt ·(» ( i p a t l i s l o w a i d the i l u n c h ol IMIH Und'b adoption of t u e J9LVS p i i i e r - liook o u l j b l i u n b f i s w a s f l r a m a l u . i l \v indicated he 1 c- wlvu a copy of t h " levised e d i t i o n v,\\b ptibliclv i i u i u o ' l i n t s i d e Bfclei; Cdthecluil HaMii'lay The .icl Uiok plao at the instance ol the Lcuiuie of I.'iyil OlitiiVlim-'H Kov. (t K Mile*., do) leal ( ;eci o t a r v ,! t h e o i j r i ' i i l / n l i o u , p! iced the p i a v c i book on a. b o n f l i c , i r m n r U i n K , '\\'· an- los.U U o u i punoibotili of ldi'2 ' 't'h v ' i t t i t m t s wa 1 - w a t c h e d !.' a lame cio\\.' BULGARIANS FLEE HOMES WHEN QUAKE ROCKS WIDE AREA "The- (supplying of ,uldrohHe e J in this manner* is a dietinct, additional service uot originally contemplated in fixing the sates of postage, entailing tho P-X- pendlture- of approximately $^,000,000 annually, and manifestly a reasonable* charge threfor should bo made It is ttveroforr- recommended that legislation bo enacted authorizing tho department to make a c h u i g e of two con f 6 for each piece of iiiBUfflcifntly 01 improperly addre^ecd mail which licif, been yjveii directoij* service and dffivored 01 rcturncl to the sender "A. clu.rge-of three cents Je now bo- ing- made on all lettpia which do not hour tho r e t u r n addrefw and a i o un- de'herabk to tlic addrc^seo and returned H o r n the- Dead l . f t t n t OfTlCP A recent example of the intc-iribt in securing coirect aWie«hi j i? was tlie case of tho State Highway Department In reijuehtitif that all drivers' licent,^ ap- plicalions t h a t \\oio not deliverable at the ac'dioBh shown on the lottc-i must ho returned to the sender " Trre Trimmer*' Plutfortn Property owners who hnpiien to have sme old shade about their homes guard the trees more zealously t h a n was done of yore. These growths rnuat be Carefully watched and groomed ot frcijuent intervals. The work of (.he okl-fltne tree t r i m m e r l« not rc- KnuJcd is sufficient nnd ibo work Is now cloi e largfiy by tr.ilncd men who me properly equipped for the work. An automobile newly designed for this ·noik crrrlps a amall party of workmen, all the necessary tnoif. and is rquippeil with nn extondible pintform which cnnhi/'j, the men to work about the tiec more satisfactorily niul more safely. I \. T'ie bodv o old son «l Mi nf Memlon \\ tun ial FrhKi « \ \ i l l u u n l\iylor ' a l l o i HI l ' i t t - t i t i t K Intsiiic 1 -.-. Mrs i l l bei boau» h c i c , i n ( ] ] Mi s ( |[ v K i t M i s r.n r l i n n iln u i ii |pl,uhe,-i in I C i i ! K l h Sionci- ol l l m . i p o i iii.' I i " c n i r d p « i e n l » \H MK I ' 1 1 i Stoiiei Tlu M f t b d l t l . p i s c u p a i M tuml I S f u i n i held i bii'ilnohs meeting i n H» c b i i u h u T i c i p i r u c i SPI v u o on \S v 'hn nd.lv ( v c M r " \ \ i l l l i r i ) l i v r s ui Columhiih, Ohio, Urolhor-i Killed H Bhivl. h!-AS, Tc\,, ,l,ui. ;}! TV o n u n K i l l e d a n d another was i n j u u d ! i o K^t i n ^ h l w b ^ n a nas boiler in ,i l a i u i d i v (\plc(l(t w r e c k i n g t w o b u t l d n i R s .1. H O i U i l a i i f l and U f tiilhland, h-others, are the dead CM l i t I I'rp.q 'SOKIA, H u l i t a i i . .)au 'JO -- '1'bo . p o p u l a t i o n in the 1 c l o / f i n and T i l m i pan d i s t i k u has been p f u i c s t i i c l t w i as the l e s u l i ol n u n t h d eartlinudkc Tlie liihabllaiiLs fieri i n t o tho lieklh H u n d a j b u t t i H i n i u d \ v b e n uu l u i t h c t t i e m o i s « f r e l o l t ' Prohijbitionists to i Name a Full Ticket cm SB I KG. li u 2 0 -- The P e n n - ] i i y h a m a C i o h i b i t n i n party w i l l hold ! it", 'italp ( o n v o n l u m lor i'JSO at the Fjit 1'ltt Hotel in thin city, on Weil- HC,(!'IJ, J i i i i u a i i 9 A piaUoim - w i l l be .lopled ul tin «»)voiittoii CiindUlciten tin he officer ot United States s c i m t o s , , o * e t i i o r , lipiitenanl fiovotnoi "scciat.ny ol internal a f l i i i i h, hiipu'ine com t )iilc:c, nud s u p e t l o i f o t i ' l Hxlgc. w i l l be- selected Cm m u l M o t h e r s K e e n A b o u t If. " ' c i u f h s i i o v n i i r f s f long iii our lain- i h , foi wc« use Kilev'«i Hoiify and: Tai," hitjt, !\lrw J M H i l l , Homer, Oa "Kolcy J l o n e v and Tar IIUH UPVPI f a i l e d 10 lake r a i o of coiiKiis ,uid (·olds ii our l a t i i t l v . .uul W ( v lia\e ubi'd i( ovei 20 ye.irs,' ; ays Jlr.s Uruslein, no 'opt ilos, no h l o i u f o j . n i . n o t h i n ? t l u i t a I ' u i e f u l mother liesitaies to K]\U lin ( h I d ) o n Tlnils u liy m o t h e i b ou- c!oine Kolcy's H o n e y and Tdr Ask f o r it l"oi sale bj I' Roy I T o t / o l , Wool- w o i t h B!(!i{--Advei tlnemeiu 7 Chic Southern Wear rwrpnis of runner Mule, j bT. I ' A I ' I , .lun ?0 \ \ l i i l o r c l n t i \ r s , looked on, l i o n M a U ' i i K t ' i shot «inil j U i l l i - r i h i ^ d i \ r t c d u i f o ' ( parents, "\1i and M i ' s V'rcd IsnMndl ut, t h e n hoiuu l a t e In.' I n i g h t . Il-e t o l d police he k i l l e d tho (v,n 'hciuih.c thc h a v o j 1,1.011 tli* cause ol nil my trouble " Ads, Kesttlts q u i c k i y follow. THE COUGH FROM COLDS THAT HANG ON Coughs from colds, may lead to serious trouble. 1 nu can atop them now \vitb. Crcomulsicn. na crnulsltied creosoto that is pleasant to take Creotinlwon is a medmal «ltsc»ver with two-fold action; it soothes and heal* tht inllamed j«em- Lranes ami inhibits gem grosvth. Oi all known drugs, creosote U recog- ·nii«d by 1 tgl» cutn.iii.dl authorities as ot tlie yreairst healing U^CULK* foi fivuj Cuhls and b r ^ n t h i u l cofuulsi JH t oiituHis. \n AilJjtioii lu creo e, oihei healiug ol«mcat which soothe and heal the inllamed membranes and stop the irritation, while the creosoto goes ou to the M'imnch, ID absorbed into tlie blood, altiicki t!ir sent of the Iroublo Bud checks the crowth of the gmm. Creomulaiou is guaranteed satisfac- tocy hi the trentmcni of cuiighs fioiu culdd, biodchilit and fainoi forms o( biouthidl imtdiiuiisi, auJ 1* cxeelldnt lor tuilduig U( tlie »)titirjti a f t e r iolds ur tlu Muticy i«fufid«ij il (tut fchcvc-ii if let lat.!(i t ; . muting tu illici. Uuiu. Aak j u u r d i n g 1.11 (jtlv ) Sermon of Annual Occasion I "Delivered by RCY. A. K. Whilteinoirc. MUSIC CLUB GIVE CA Spp In I to Tho Oou'iiel, srOTTDAI.W, ,Tin. 2l.-~l«*i£h of (ho tiC the H f o t l d ^ i l o Voluiitoor U-opiirLnwnt, headed by Durgche C F. tiQwlft, attended i) memorial r,ervice at tho First Baptist Churcl- lust evening. Troop !, Hoy Scouts hponsorod V$ ' h o dop.irlmont, "was als prcooiU, T h i r l y Scouts wore In l i n e with ScotitnirtBter H ,T M oldie Tit- firompii wore (heir unlCormti an w h i t e cariitUtoiifi in niomoiy of thol departed com radon Rev. Hoy r. "\Vhii, I/am ore, pastor f the chinch, gave an cMcellenl udtliof i on "What I« Your Ufa?" Those- of llio firemen who have. llt 1 arc Fxlward Btookman, Frcl Varlo , James M U r p h y , Henry Knowle 1 !, Dav d Griffith, Stephen IJpatly, N e w t o n Fo ter, Floyd Biookratin, Jcfess MeClal i, Wilfred Stoiier, M, J. Kelly, B. V. Stoner, Da\id Ne?,, J. c/yle Govo, 3. \, Brookman, Hownrtl Lowery, Willis -n McClain and William l!a««ey. Going to Parry Meeting. A delegation from tho Junior Ore ar of United American Mechanics ot Scottdale will attend a dlsti ct deputy's mo-eling at Pcrryopolie on .Tuesday evening. AH thobehvho w sh to attend tho meeting aie asked to meet at Ute hall at G - 3 0 o'clock. Bunks to Kloct. Tho diractots of the Flr.'t Natio ial IJank will elect oElcers tomort w. The Scottdale Savings Trust C- m- pariy w i l l hold its annual siocknnli ern- nicBtlnf; tomorrow afternoon, n len diroctoi'B w i l l be named lor the con ing yoai Absence of Sleepers. Sunday m o i n l n g , with ( h e t icr- moinotpr honoring at Cour below ; jro, not a (deeper had nppliinl for lod Ing at the borough building, Satu day niRht or «u!y Sunday morning. This is the ttist time in a number of j uus t h a t cokl ^euthor has not brougl t in its wake a goodly number of sles pete a p p l y i n g .it the borough bulldin; for Local Girts Win. ' I h e BualneB Giile volle"ball earn of the Y. M. C. A. which \ieitO' the \ V i l t n c i d i n K y M. C. A. on K nitty evening, defeated tho Wtlme d'ng giris They w i l l have a return visit f i o t n tlio "VVIliiiprding AKSOC! ition, Thursday, J a n u a r j KO. R p i j n l (Moses. The o v a c g o l l ^ t i c sei vlcei 'ielnc; holti eii It, evonliij; at tho 1 n i l f d Biellni'ii I ' h u r i ' h t .im^ to o c l c n - · Jn'il e v e n i n g There w as speciul mu lc fit both Dioi niiiK a n d evening he vices. Al the m o i n i r i K iiei vice t h e i astor, Hev K. W. Dm is, wnh t h » b p e a k r, and at Iho e v e n i n g r n a e l i n g Rev I ay G. lip.von, rvanfipli'-t'c singer of r lyton, Ohio, "hrouRht a very i t i a p i r h i f mee- SU t'ntiick I'nrfr. The" .ruhlloe C'lri*l of the Me horllst Kpl«rop,i) Ohurcli in p t t i m i i n g 1 i hold its a n n u a l S t . P a t i h k p a i t y i t t h e ditiich on F i i d . i j ( v e r i i U K , M« c h 1-1. Rc\ M H V. licVniix-, jinstoi of tho P.ro\\liKVlllo KsdiigHU'tt! ( " h n r ' i , wan 1 ii^ hpp!il«*r nl tlu3 Kvaiigellcitl 'hurrh on Humley m o r n i n c . On Ti innday e v e n l i i f r t h e q u r f i l e r l v o n f « o i r e ^ s i l l be held at the c h u t eh in oh irRe of I ' l e - j W I i i B Kldei- U C A l i l l e i f India n a Meediu", "Postponed. The Adolph! llililo Claes o£ t h e United BroUircu C h i n c h ha po6t- ' ponel it*, meeting loi Jainni y u n t i l Febrmtiy 13, on a c c o u n t of tl e evan- g e l i s t i c m e e t f n g n . M!iU\Pur Tests. The mid-year examination' hi the p u h l l c hchools w i l l he he-lil tl is week, the t-econd semoslpi f eohoi I begin- n i n g I h e dav I h f ex i m i n a t i us aro To 1'ivsf lit ( Tlic TvlMiidiiv Music Club it m a k i n g piepuiMtions toi t h e prcsontr iion si a cantata, "Qiiooii Esthei ," , ud w i l l meot at the I ' l P h h y l P i ' i i i n Ph irch t h i s til 7 '50 o'cioi It for p-ho.ns.il lias been ret lor No lion ,Sj)oi)soriii|4 Thrift W c k . TIu 1 ' Y M (' \ if, spons* r i n g the oiwoi vonco- ot t h t l f t wee! in K c o l l d a l n . I«'!'il«iy vsa-, k m r v n a 1 thi'H't or bank day, H a t u i d s i ^ts bude;c lay, and today w i l l bp K n o w n i« "(. vn y o u r o w n home day " K x l n h l t s n the lol)bj are ( a t i f i i i i K o n i l o ,i b i t of u o m n i P t i l I'h' Y. M i 1 A. U m a k i n g i i o f f o t t to s t i m u l a t e tbo miiklnc; tit lm Retb, |)cO - iiiK o!'; billfi p i o n i p t l y , ,ma.l i n g w i l l i, h a v i n g L'uik laccuunls, .ili a saviugu iiccountH. By (his! m a n n e ] ot l i v i n g I lip- f o m m n n i t y w i l l bff mo moro l l i r i f l y . a n d bo ,i bettor phu in ·which to live, i/ast year t l i r l t t vcek was sponsored by the. p u b l i c M Aii.xiliarj lo Jilff r l'hp Laik' ' A u x i l i a r y t c Maloy Post of I ho ^' F Vt Tuesday e \ e n i n g J n n u a i y iii t i m e Ilia ofllcfiij fot f ar w i l l b named EI*iiiiiltoii- , w i l l inset 21, and at : he c o m l i i u ; , roi Hnrfr.i ns 7 tlio acivertiacmpni j In Dnily Courlor. Tha nu ui vn i isiir.rn D KSIG.NS tor a o u t U c i n « ear rire, toi the moat part. ,slin[)le bill a I. leaning touch of «.\otio rolor la iiotic cable Irs m a n y c u s t u r n a a K MlK and u u u l sun Is d l i o v v u ' l i l t - f l t n t . H u l l u l l l i ( l i l o i . I l l U l l l l l - THE COUGH FROM COLDS THA THANG ON ult ·^lc^.\^ ' 5 ! ' t '1 lie Iu - I I P s U i i l \ \ n l i (_a)i -;|po\ri * l ^ p \ m a t r f l l . not n n l - I n ""each ft f a r , w i t h pl ,i| a m i « lih r i ( o l o i f t i l dcsuni tire u r ^ r r t h a n nm! I l i r ^ p aro f t t u K i . h u t Phono 885). VOHI* DopoiidnMo Storp for ^ m i l i l j a n d Vai Sftfl ·nr*! * ^r'* i I his I imelj All-Wool Blankets Plaid Special at Winter has returned--so talto artvantu^r of 111 Is Blanket special to make yom- w i n t e r comfort secure, A 70x80 Inch, all-wool double plakl Blanket, bound w l l h SUCPU. Colors-rose, blue, gold, green, tai and grey. Values to $13.00. (Troutman's--Scconrl Floor) Women^s Flannelette Gowns $1.50 Women's long sleeve, V-neck gowns made of flannelette materials. In. colors of pink, and white, and in all sizes. Flannelette Pajamas $1.00 Women's flannelette pajamas m colors of pink, peach, white, and stripes. Slipover style in sizes io to 17. ^Children's Flannelette Gowns Thf children need high-neck, long . sleeve- gowns for this winter weather, Troutman's ha\e them in colors--pink, white, and poach and sizes 6 to 14. Flannelette Pajamas $1.50 Chileren's flannelette pajamas in plain, figured, and striped effects. Complete stock of sizes. (Troutman's--Second Floor) First Special in Spring Fabrics 8c yd. .selling of new Spring Wash Fabric? tnat were sr.'ured_ by a special purchase. Slightly irregular prints, but all first q u a l i t y and fast lo washing. Materials---36 inch Broadcloth, 36 inch Dimity, 36 inch. Pique, and 32 :nch Cotton Prints. 38c and 4fc values. Dresses made from these inexpensive wash fabrics arc eligible in Our Dressmaking Contest ENTER Our Dressmaking Contest Now! First Floor) "I Killed Him!" Dustless f(!oal Try a load o-f our run of mine or lump coal treated at our yard so thet it will be absolutely dust loss. No dust when being unloaded or firing furnace, stove or grate. When ordering specify dustless coal. Consolidated Goal Supply Go n :--Arch Street, imd (Corner Gibson jimt Met'orinlck Aesiues. Phone 1700. / PAINT UP! A dollar's "north of sntisfac- tion for every one you spend. Coll FOX'S And You'll Got It I Fhone 811. LAST YEAR'S i .'.' Rowifvc mnr to have no mane} worries daring 1830. Pay all your outatanding obllgadons with an co»y-to-gct, tonfldetrilal lon obtained bcre. can borrow np lo $300,00 on your own personal rospwwlbliitj without outside slgncrfl. Pay us back (n small «vfy-bomec's payments llttoil to your income. Start the New Year right. liet MB toll you about mr touting plan without obligation and our (icrvlre which extends ovfr 19 oars In C'reensburg. Inquire about enrr Bonus I'lan. Call, Writ* or PHONE 1-3-i-S j Open If to 0lSO--SB«. S -to ft. 1 UNION LOAN CO. First National Bank Bid*. Uoom 204 -- Seoctid Flow, GREENSBURG, PA. Try Our Weint Ads. Patronize Those Who Advertise 5***w | y»AW« ttWirwvw»iWvvvvv ! Jfy^ "I killed him!" Mrs. Agnes Am- bro.sia, above, scre.xmed when her husband's stepfather, Fiorenzo Brancaccio, 62, told police he h i ' l f d Andrew Ingugia, whose % body was found outside the Ambrosio homo in Brooklyn, N. Y, Mrs. Ambrosia uuitl, terror stuokcn, him luul shot Ingugia t h i o u g h a window in tlie belief that lie wai one of the t a c k e t e e / a hail threatened the family. men in GEO. W. CAP.ROLL ft ten liter I loittfd. \ \ I h T J . H l A\}, Jan ^0 - 'I lie I t u U . u i ·M-oainut \ . i l u i i t i i i d Cod i is saloly in Ti i "-i l i c l h n u h.uliov tnd.n 8bp \\.is i i f l u . i l r f l S U ! K i i \ . i l l f i i i . H l n ^ , brni) T C i o n n d s c \ ( i , i l t l i v n o n T«'i i I s l r i i i d IVe Will Offer at Public A u c t i o n ~a\ REVERE WINE U O U K Street Car Line, Thursday, January 23, 1930 \ r i o't'i.iM'JK \\ u., sii.vur A b o u t HO Ih-ad ot (..'t/od ,S'-»iid llimd Hot's(\; All Kit for O u t s i d e Work. Terms of Sjilc S t r i c t l y Cusli. 1 I W. J. RAINEY, INC., UNIONTOWN, PA. MWWVWWWWMVVVWV WVVWWtW^

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