The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 15, 1930 · Page 11
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 11

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, February 15, 1930
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S A T U R D A Y , F E B R U A R Y 15, 1930. THE DAILY COURIER, CON'NLLSt ILLS, PA. PAGE ELEVEN. Hurt In 90-Foot Lear. Krr-r- TOOTS .*WTI CAST'KF Br JI3OTY MCBPHY \VEIRE 1- l5 A . I iraT WHO HE IS OR V\/HA' r IT5 AH- ABOUT BUT HE SEMT ME. LAST WCEkL AND EN THEK?e.-=. MORE MONEY TO COME '· THERE 1-5 'oOMETHlN^ ABOUT THE NVHOLtL THE V/HOU= THINKS ME 1 . I'M DYlW/,- To -6-ET TH5- CAW HARL.Y j V/A\T FDI-3. MONCvsY NliiHT TO COM "WHEN HK iq^ ^OIM^^O CALL- V OK| A WR.HCVC OUT Or M6.1 \"t FEEL. f HAI THE. MAM TURNS OUT TO ee. A FRIEMD I kNOVW OCi. OF THE SOSTt; TOOTS! I'M QUITE ABL TO TAWE. CARE. OF -30 I'LL. SEE. HIM A SAP COPS» ON IF rD HAVE PQUCEMEKl THE. PMtur». Si"ndtnrt*. Int.. Gr»«t Hr'.la HIM COME ! !P HE. _,,,.- , ANYTHING »"T VVILLBE: Hie COAT-TAIL. THAT /irErs FILLED WITH BUCVT5HOT= NOT MINE'. HE MAY COME. HERE. IM A T A Y I , BUT IF HE. TRIE=, t\ ANY MONKEY BUSINESS I'LL. =N HIM BACW IN AM AMBULANJCIS.! ETTA KETT VERY, V E R Y . , nffJ'OBTANTl OH, YES! :iZ3: By PAUL BOBINSOK Trapped on the eighth flooi of a blazing building in Chicago while thousands looked on, Miss Marguerite Paine, 25, above, leaped 00 feet int- a lift net which firemen had spread below, struck too close to the edge of the net and was tossed off on tha rebound. She sustained a fractured skull i.nd broken right leg. Her condition is critical. Oil Man in Politics fcy TYM YOUHG. CTTAts sailing South* \vsth h2T , mother ( and dad/ Its , possible -tooafl Prom-the'. "Ship'-to ihe. ?hori ovcrihc fiors AHO i Viecfr- TO A DAHC^ PROS(2AM r vie !N TWO DANCING ts A fBii-v. rcxs CAOO FHGNE CALLS TO CHICAGO/ WHO OO NOO TBKHC I -USED1 COUt-O NOU TO DJMK02- TONIGHT, FMCNE CAUS TO CHICAGO LAST kOO»C AT ME-- PHCrtC Fat bill for -two cais TIM TYJLK1* CDSTW TO Pf?ENEKl , tMVCES 'IT Tim WC TO A STEP I vsran TWET FOR. US\Hi P\UTT WITHOUT VA\S OR --HOU VAUSTH't- wade a fortune in oil, Frank Buttram, millionaire Oklahoma City financier and civic leader, is now turning to politics for the first time He Is anglinjr for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination in Oklahoma NEXT WEEK ,WEXL WOT O«IH WR.WOOOM Wi.', SO WWOUS "t SET SO*-/ BJWX, BUT , \P TUA A.HO 5?UD V.OSC TUEXR 3066"! BIG SISTEK. Bj LES FOBOBAVE SO HE'S BEEN TOLD Wife Preserver WHEJO NCXJ S(V£ (T To HER REMEHQER TX3 5AY uJHAT 1 TOt-0 ^/CXJ " ROSE-5 ARE RED ARE BLUE, 5O6AR 15 VOO CAN) VDO RBMEHQeR. TV^AT ^--' UTT1 E PL.AV MATE,, NJAMCV AK){J A VAlEMT(Ne/UJeM- IT HER QiRTHCAY TDO X SO (Vc BAKED THIS LITTUE: CAK6 t-OOK TVHIS ARE BUJE THUGAR rrw 'TWO AM I / IT OVER. TO Buy ordinary rail!ted tablo padding- for fonby's b f d , and cover with eat.eon or some other soft material. They may be laundorod many UJKXCS, anil will novor get. lumpy,, FELIX THE CAi UJHAT TW HECK OEAKt VIOLET RAf -56E OEP. WAS K6AR ? ACNT O.AMINIA. Ai7C» NOAH- 'A/OUU u:6 -nM SNIPS TO SMEAR 1 . STEGU woo*. «UT?SS. WHO fiOT IT! BV TH»S T\ A V N »y PAT 8UZLIVAX.

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