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PAGE SIX. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNKbbSVlLLE, PA. Courier 0/assi/ied Advertisements For Quick Results 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9o cash; lOo charge. 1ASSIFIED AD RATES- Ads to Be Run 3 Times: Per line, 7c cash; Sc charge. Special Yearly Rates Upon Request Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 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. Phone 12 or 13 for an Ad-Taker Special--Your Ad Inserted "7" Times for the Price of Six!--Special No Ad. Is Taken for Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcements Card of Thanks Automotive Automobiles for Sale WALLACE--We wish to express our sin- · cere thanks to our friends and neighbors for their kindness. ilorM offerings and use of cars at the time o£ the death of our -son, husband and brother. Charjcs E. Wallace. Mother, wife, brothers and sisters. In Momorlam DYE--In loving memory of our wife and mother. Mrs. Hazel r3yc. who died two years a£o today. Sadly missed by husband and children. Automotive Automobiles foe Sale OF: W H I L E T H E Y L A S T I YOUR CHOICEI SIX (6) JS34 FOHD V-8 DELUXE 4-0OOR SEDANS. EVERYONE IN THE VERY BEST OF CONDITION. ALL HAVE BEEN THOROUGHLY INSPECTED AND HAVE THE NEW INSPECTION TAGS ON THEM. HURIIY . . . COME IN TODAY AND TAKE YOUR CHOICE. ANOTHER S P E C I A L FOR TODAY! 1037 KOIiD STANDARD COACH- HAS NICE BLACK FINISH. GOOD TIRES, UPHOLSTERY IN FINK CONDITION. NOT A SCRATCH ON THIS CAB. A REAL BUY. DOWN PAY.MENT, S120. BALANCE IN IL MONTHLY PAYMENTS OF Si3 B2. KIRK. THEFT AND COLLISION IN- SUKANCE INCLUDED IN ABOVE PAYMENTS. C. M. A. C. TERMS! (The Ecsl) M/ SON MOTOK COMPANY. CHEVROLET SALES ft SEKVrCE. 127 \V. APPLE STREET. PHOXE 1 Business Service Professional Services Open Evenings: Open Sunday-! GROVKIi H. HAGERTY-- Auctioneering, Phone 1040. Uninntov.n. UM N. Gallntln A v e i u i r . Am now hookmc rny «prinK .«nji"; Would be glad to add your name to my list. EXPERT TRUSS FITTING-- Elastic Hosiery nnd other surflc.it appliances. A. A. Clarke. PH G. DruKKisU 323 North PLUsburs Stre c t. Phono 19*. Employment Help Wanted--female 32 V.'OMEN--F-irn S i K O O dn?r;l -rivim: dre-^- tv.. Kvt-r.v tliir.K nsrniMi'-d. M:(!crUI: cut. Trtmn'.u^:, n'H) ln.'-ti union 1 - Kx- prrtoaCf unr.eccv.,i:-y. Wnlc. Quith'v Drc-., Churc.'i AIJIK/X, P. O. Elux 2S, N. Y. W O M E N WANTED-Addrcu. n-.i.- c.lUldC.i. "r c.-ir.'i p.-nd !'t iiclvimci- plu b«mi*i-~. KWTytMr.:: Slt:p:;il. i'Tr detail.-. Fur!'.: ht-3 K»y.i! J':/-iiu'.:^. CI. P. O K"V K.-3. n:/-.r'k:vi,. N Y Merchandise Wanted--To Buy SAVE YOUR BIG (VHITE RAGS! THEN BIUNG THEM TO THE COURIER OFFICE . . . WILL PAY YOU IN CASH TOR ALL THAT YOU BRING Q ... AT Ic PER POUND. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats ·M Auto Trucks, Tractors. Trailers 12 ' KOR SALE--1--ires V-3 D u m p Truck. 1-- littfi V-8 Dii-rip Truck. 410 South B r i n d i w^y, Scottdalc. I'a FOn 1U;r;T-.Tt:r-~ romn unftJi-nt-hr-rJ t ;f-"*-.il hn-,;r»oTk. j *«*' I l ( - h * f u r n » - i i n l Piior.*- I T M - H . 401 K11.-.3 Sl:«t. ! ' · Financial Business Opportunities Hnusca tor Rent KOK KKNT--rvv- jivitr.! and tinth. f :':-.() v j f ' - r ftirnir.hcti. Burann Uusl | S'.:::rj I'nt'biirt: Street Inquir * N'orrl 1 .. PP.ICE. EACH S195 The Best Of Terms. Arranscc 1 To Please You! WEST SIDE JtOTOR COMPANY. YOUR 5OKD DEALER. 7. CR iWFOHD 2nd ST. PHONE 4 Open Evenings'. Open Sundays! HERE IS OUIt' WEEK END SPECIAL! 1936 HUDSON "6" BROUGHAM- HAS NICE TAN FINISH. GOOD TIRES. GOOD HEATER, INSPECTED AND READY FOR THE HIGHWAYS. DOWN PAY- KENT. S125. BALANCE IN 15 MONTHLY PAYMENTS of 524.41. FIRE, THEFT AND COLUISTON INSURANCE INCLUDED IN THE ABOVE PAYMENTS! G. M. A. C. TERMS 1 (Absolutely the best) MASON MOTOR COMPANY CHEVROLET SALES SEKVICK. 127 W. APPLE STREET. PHONE, 105. ; Open Evenings! Open Sundays I FOR SALE--1023 Ford Tudor Sedan. Guaranteed A-I condition. All new tires, good upholstering., only 21.000 miles. Price 3100,00, Kestncr's Book Store. 125 W. Apple St. Phone 122B-R or 1355-R. USBD CARS1 SEE OUR SELECTION I E, E. VAN SCOY. INC.. 250 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 243. LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 256 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 3234. VOUCH MOTOR COMPANY, GOOD USED CARS. 321 SO. PITTSBURG ST. PHONE 8. Business Service Business Service Offered FISHER'S UPHOLSTERY. AWNINGS. FUH.N'ITL'RE REPAIRS KECOVEKtNGS PHONE 5W5 3^J SO PITTSBL'IiG ST CUSTOM GRINDING OA1LY--:^c pf IOC! lb. Pntt.s Mill. North Sco'.'.si^'. Phont- Scoirdaic 7uJ Insurance and Surety Bond* 23 ALL KINDS EXCEPT LFFE. FA^TTTE REALTY CO. PlIOXE T. D. GAKDNHK. MGFL GOOD. . DEPEND A QJ-E IN5UJIANCF.-- AH kinds James R. LauRr.l!n~lNKUR- ANCE. Sec mo for r.ites. 3UO Fir»t N"a;ion.ii Dank CuildinR Phone KO, Moving. Tracking, Storage 25 FOR AMOVING . - . HIIOXE 50. DULL'S TRANSrKR CONXELLSVILLJE. PA -FOK BEST SEKVICE1" Modern Starayc for Uaucnold Goods. LOOM. AND LONG DISTANCE Miller's Transfer. 153 East Crawl ore) Avenue, Phone 153 Printinjr, En ff. Binding 27 EXTHAVAGANCE and classified reading cannot exist together. LET US GIVE YOU AN E S T 1 M A T C ON YOUH PRINTING WORKt Hand BUIsl--Binding!--Calllne Cards I BUI Heads!--Letter Heads! For Rent Cards!---for Sale Cardai Ho Trespassing JsiKtij t'or Saicl All Work Fully Guaranteed! AU At Reasonable Rates I COURIEH JO3 DEPAJlT^tEXT. PHONE 65. DAILV COUIUER BLDG. OR PHONE RESIDENCE, OU ,' r«O»'KJtT7r-S, JXtli. HAl-T. OH i r. c. . ; .SO CO.NTfEULSVILJLt PA. PHONE 07 and Land fur SaJc 85 ro.'i S.M.I: , Catlic, Other Slock 48 j ! HAKfc'D I'AI'!:.H M A T S TOR P - M . K -- l-o -!" P-. Buildings. U u i t d i n c KOBEKT -VOKHIS. PHO.N'E TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 10 (2 33 36 15 20 33 16 17 2S ACROSS - i--price 5--Gainsay 10--Somewhat late II--Keenly eager 12--Of the aame kind 13--Siberian river 14--Goddess of justice - IS--Alcoholic drink 19--African antelope 20--Singleness 22--Behold! 24--Domestic beast of burden 25--Conscripted 29--Sound of a. - dove 32--Wagon wheel track 33----Godless n ess 35--Leave out 37--Pierce with weapon 3S--Musical instrument 39--Fail to follow suit ·lO--Washed gravel for gold 41--Circle of Waldeck. Germany s 15--Thus 16--Recess in a shore 17--Symbol for selenium 21--Negative reply 23--From 25--Lanquish 26--Cuban dance 27--Symbol for tantalum 28--Deadhead (abbr.) 30--River in Kansas 31--Old card game 34--A serf 36--A number 39--Road (abbr.) Answer to previous putilc DOWN 1--Loud, ringing sound 2--Made of oak 3--Quickened activity 4--A proug' 5--Exclamation 6--Friend (slang;) 7--Over- stimulated 3--An arm of the aea Q--Round cheeses /rom Holland Copytigjtf, 19j9» King Syadicilt, I Oilice TYPEWKJTKn SPKfl.ALS-- N--.v ' oiti rnnc.-Mr.fs. Kv'.ncr* !io'»e £ lC, r W. Appk- StrcL-t. Farm and Dairy Products SOMERSET POTATOKS--S1.M vt:r XVe tk-!ivi-r. HOUSTON AVENL'E, 216 -- S:.x room fr*jr:* hou'.tr v,iL*i balh. in the vrry 5 s « nl cor,dji:on . - ; Prici-d lo i-t.-U at 31^00. Inquire, p- j W'ak-vnrr. 1003 West Craw£otd AV v * ; I'hor.e? H8. 55 · SALE--Six room home and «-i Jim out?·,(!*: r( City Limits. V.'M. K McN'L'LTY, sl.\ EAGLES BLDG. PHO.VE 1760. FARMERS LET US HELP YOU MAKE SOME MONEY! ItERE'S HOW-- You can find * market, for your fnrm products, your farm imp'.cmonLs, your dairy products, your live stock · and household goods by running a Email Inexpensive ad vn our Classified Section. There you will find many people who want to become your customer or buyer. The rural circulation ol The Daily Courier covers Q larjjo area and your advertisement will be read by many people who arc looking for just the things you have for sale. NOTE: AU classified nds arc payable In advance. You will tind our rales In the above Classified Heading. Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 56 COAL -- Best grade 0-ft. coal. Prompt delivery *»r any amount. Gerald SchomtT. Phone I39L GENUINE--Washington Run Coal. Low price. \Vm. Dull Son. Phone 107 or call Dawsor;., 3261 and 3631. GOOD LUMPY -- Run of mine coal, 100 bu., 8c; 50 DLL, ffc; 25 bu.. 12c delivered. Cash. Phone 2037. Frank Koballa. JUNIATA COAL-- 32c bushel, cash, cie- livcrcd. 25 Iiubhcl orders also delivered. Robert Welsh. Phone 4I2.l-R-.12. Auctions--Legals Lejral Notices. SI NOTICE. Samuel O. Bracmt-T. Attorney, In Ke: Estate or Bella C, Thorndell, dcce.-i.vcd. In th: Orphans Court of Kr.yctte County. NOTICE is hereby Kiven to all pcr=uns Interested In the said estate that the undersigned has iJrt-.sentod his pctltJon to the Mild Court at No. 1-18 Dcembcr Term 1933 pray In j; to have the rtal estate of which the «aid drcndt-nl diL-d bcizi'd set aside to him as part of his $5.00Q.OG allowance under tne law-t of tht Commar.- wwilth ol Pcnns.vlvnnia. and that the sntd Court ha.-; appointet! Monday. March 13. JS30 at 1Q;00 A. M. in the Court House ;it Unlontuwn for a hearing upon the said matter, Charles H. Thomdcll. Surviving spouse of Bella C. Thomdcll, duccnacd. 25-fcb.-2t-sat. ADMIMSTItATOR'S NOTICE. Esiale of Santy LIhorjo. alias Santy Leborio, alias Snnduccl Loborya, late of the Cl'.y of ConncKsville, Fayottc County. Pennsylvania, decejvscri. Letters in Administration on the above named estate having bosn granted io the undersigned. notice in hereby u'ven to alt persons Indebted to said estate to make immediate payment, and to those having claims agahi«t the same to present them, properly authenticated, for settlement. Jennie DcVito. Administrator, 226 Tenth Street, Connellfavillc. Pennsylvania. Lewis M. D'Auria, Attorney. 25-fcb.-5t-sat. Household Goods ALL KINDS--OF USED FURNITURE AT BARGAIN PRICES. DULL'S STORAGE. 122 EAST PEACH ST, PHONE SO. SEE MERVIS FURNITURE COMPANY-FOR BARGAINS IN FURNITURE AND STOVES. OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT. NORTH PITTSBURG £T. PHONE, 2020. KXECUTIUX'S NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that letters testamentary on the estate of D. Harry Horton, deceased, late ot the City of Con- nellsvine. Fayctte County, Pa., have been granted to the undersigned, to whom all persons indebted to said estate arc requested to make Immediate payment and those having claims ngainst same, will make them known without delay. Elizabeth T. Horton, Executive, 902 South Pittsburg Strcei, ConncUsviKe, Pa. Higbee, Lewdly n, I-Jigbcc Robert P, Smith, Attorneys. 28-jan,-6t-sat. WHEN YOU HAVE something which you would like to sell just call, 12 or 13 for a Classified ad-taker. Your ad on this page will surely catch the eyes of Interested buyers. A FEW MINUTES spcni in looking over the classified ads each day will save you many hours and dollars in getting just, what you want. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. Letters testamentary on the estate o£ Too Toir.ai.1, alias -dictus Joseph Tomasi, late of South Huntingdon Township, | Westmoreland County, deceased, having hccn granted to the undersigned, by the Register of Westmoreland County, notice is hereby j^ivcn to all persons indebted to said estate to make immediate payment, and to those having claims against the same to present them to the undersigned, duly authenticated for settlement. Sa:nuel Tomasi. Executor, Jacobs Creek, Pa. John L. Mollison, Attorney. 28-jan.-6t-sal. THE DISTA.N'CE Y O UR money goes depends en \vhether you ore a regular reader of the Classified Section or not. STEP FORWARD and say "Here," whenever a classified opportunity seems to be calling specially ior you. KKAT) THIS FIRST: Disheartened because she can find no work, Lona Ackerrr.an, whoso lather is icrving a life sentence for murder, finds some cor.golJtion after telling her troubles to Jhu ClaridRc, an acquaintance she has deseed to trust. Aside Croni Claridtic,/ sh» is alone In the world, jobless fmo ' sroke. Jim gives Lona a leatl for another Job and. ahc applies at tlio offlco of. the Western Realties tompaiiy. 1NOW GO ON WITH THE STORY) CHAPTER NINE AT FIRST sight of Fred Sanders, her prospective employer, Lona felt reassured. He was tall and stooped, even behind a desk, He had a quick, nervous manner, and piercing blue eyes. But he was not a Hardy. A sigh of relief shook ·her as she realized that. Crochcty and hard to please, probably, but always, she Celt, he would remain Impersonal. Her first impression proved the correct one. He scanned her card from the agency and the letter she had from Ardmore's, looked her over brifj.'ly, asked a piercing 1 ques- Uon or two, and then let his troubled blue eyes flash back to his work-strewn desk. "The pay will be twelve a week," he tokl her. "Xot much. I realize, but in these times--" Sif shrugged. 'Barney, horc," with a r.od at the prir.mnj* o'tlce boy, "will show you where to put your things if you tare to stay." I/ she cared to stay.' Lona could h o v e laughed aloud, danced, done any crazy outrageous thing, in- atrari nf hanging- nrr jacket and hat demurely m the cloak closet, ml smoothing" her brown hair Into a ne.il f r a m e for the eyes that loofcoii back at h f r front the mirror ·v\ih a i-!£incin£ brightness she had thought tk-jiaru-fi from them long igo. It she cured io itay. At twelve Joiiara n week, . . .. Just a littic T.rsrn than imlf what she had re:i'!v*:d Ht Arvfmore's, of course, hut twelve rioli(tr.s u vv?ck, a f t e r -- n c t h \n^. It fit'tmed like r l r h w ! Work ajcain. A pad and pencil . . . dictation.. . - . "i*oura of the I5ih retxivc-',! ,inO noted . , . be lutft it -A-.ia the 3tth. Mis.t Acke-r- Tii'.n, b^'forc you Type it, please." rtif- music of h;r own i l jiK». v rp click- .np cr.i'r U'.c lypcv-.TSi.fr kty^. . * . The .HKUII of :;Lamps- It all sccr.itd ncrc'.SicIe. IJJ'e A Urcatn from *vhJfh i-.hf. nuut »vake soon, ehe kcnt Mitr.g Jirrat-If all through Cluit iiret lo::^ mofning-. She would '!v.'e to v/;i/:c soon. It WAJI too po«5d lo irt.it. A f t e r yesterday, after all *3}f ycjU-ni;ty5. to find this. H.h^ \x'L5_a K*'*K *o like It herr, 5"', r .fr th:ir\ sJ'.c hnd ut, Arcifr.ore's, rt\? hati U*'CiV'-i. lonj; before it wns mnch time. 11 '»«,a..*; r,t*l so irowtleo. Kc*ii.S*.4 liam-.y ar,;i htrsclf, there ivt-r-t* only the custom^ra who lrif!i!isj tn la «?c Mr. Sandorjf. I'hf-rc were no n;en c!i-rk.t like Tim KVA::.: txic',; a: An!rnnre"5, or no Iars:V5 to DotJu-r her with their in- *jnu,i;ionjs. Ar:d ihc work waa light. tjr.-tif-:5, mostly. yh.T cm;Id \vrllo to hor father to- j nlsht, »h* piannoO. n. 1 ) .-shy typed! Lhf. 1'ir 1 "-', bMch of iJictaiion Sandern · had ^iver, !u-r. Sh« had put off her j wrckJy I r t t e r dreading to icll h i m ; of I«rr chJiJi^t- of ndrlrej-a. It htui bfcn increasingly tJiificult to write to him cf late, in the cheerful, happy note she had determined to Jn'c-p up. She was afraid he was 1pgmn;n^ to .««apcct--too much. "Are you sure you're all right, Txina?" hi- hat! written her, a«x- fotisly, oniy last week. "They tell me thorn's a *.'.ojires«inn on. It must Iwr hard for a sir! alone. If I could only bti sure you were n.U richt." TLi pnthos of that letter hud cut lu'r to the heart. Daddy, her daddy, who loved life so \velj, to be shut ofT from ihing.f like that. . . . She would have died rather than tell him, willingly, of her plight. But despite the hour* she spent trying: to make her letters sound contented and prosperous, she was afraid lie was able to read between the lines. It Is hard to write convincingly of happiness when the heart ·is black with despair. But now! JNtm- there would be real news! "Happy days are here again.," she found herself humming' to the accompaniment of the clicking; '.keys. "I was there, too," Barney the office boy, informed her. "Where?" "Happy Days. Great show, wasn't it? Say, did you notice that third cutic from the left in the Iront TOW of the chorus? The one with the curly brc\vn hair and the pretty Jeg-s? You look just like her, DIja know that? Thought you was her tohcn you walked in here this It struck her that the styles had changed In the last six months. morning. Honest to gawrshJ" He c-dRed closer and Lona l;ujghed. She haul been friendly with the office boy at Ardmore's, too, i she remembered. He was the only i one she dared be free with. i "Chtv.v?" Barney asked, sliding n package of pum across her desk, placatlngl. "Most girls do." , "Thanks." she answered him, gravely, and then laughed again. i It was so good to be working 1 . To 1 belong somewhere. To be able to plan. To know there was tv pa^Uay coming-. Her first concern must be to pay U,tck Jim CJaridge the money he had £i\*en her, she decided, as she settled for the long .street car ride to her home that evening 1 . And then Uiftre would be clothes. Her heart speeded a IHtle as she thought of boing able to buy new clothes. It had twen so long since she had tiaret! even dream. oC things like thAt. Looking about her at her fellow passengers and at the glimpses of shop windows along: the way, it struck hur that the styles had changed in the last- BIX months. Skirts were fuller, hats were smaller. Odd, she'd never noticed. Her trusty blue syit seemed suddenly shabby beyond hope, even, for work. Gray, she planned. A new gray coat, with one of the tiny veiled hats. Jim Claridgc had pointed out to her a girl in gray last night with an admiring- adjective. She remembered it now and her spirits fell a little- She must look like a waif to him. So shabby and forlorn. Like a himgry stray Jdttcn who must be fed and cared for to stop its mewing 1 . She had promised to call him on the phone at Mrs. Peterman's when 8he arrived home from the office to tell him what luck she had had. So he could get her off his conscience, she thought, twirling the dial with wistful fingers. He hadn't told her much about himself last night, but she had gathered enough to. know that he waa a rolling: stone. Here today and gone tomorrow. He had-spoken casually of half a dozen cities that were to her only names. And in each one some waif like herself had probably fastened upon him. She had felt a little guilty qualm at the back of her mind all day when. she thought of what a bother she must be proving to him. But his voice, when it came to hungry," she told him. "I can talk better over » table," he came back, half apologetically.' "I've been waiting for you to calL- Thought maybe you'd like to sam4 pie another restaurant with me," ! "But I've eaten." "Oh!" He sounded disappointed, "I thought you'd wait. . . . Say, listen!" His tone brig-htened. "There's a gay looking- place close' here with an orchestra that sounds* hot to me. How about watching niei eat ar.d then doing a little dancing-, 1 Lf you're not too tired?" j "Tired!" Lona laughed. Tired,* when she was used to tramping! pavements. The-place he meant 1 must be Danceland. She, herself^ had often listened to the entrancing- strains coming: from its in-! . terior when she had lived at Mrs- Peterman's. Listened enviously, be- 4 cause she never dared to go inside/ "I--really, I--" She hesitated. "I haven't any clothes." She wanted) to cry at him. "You'd be ashamed ' " of me--" .. . ~ "It's too hot to dance," she saitU. ; And then, fearful that he mighli· · take her at her word and.thlnk she didn't want to see htm again',"'T4- '·-"- like to--just take a walk," she .in.-:,- '' vited. He was bare-headed when sh« met him on the rickety boarding house porch a half hour later, bare-headed and smiling'. "How did you know I don't really .. . like to dance?" he asked her, ap*' ,,, provlngly. ' " '" "But I didn't," Lona began, and then stopped to study his tall, lean * _ · figure as if she were, somehow, seeing" him for the first time. Funny, she found herself thinking; it was just like the styles. He looked different, now that things were beginning: to matter to her again. He wouldn't like dancing". She could see that now. There was something too ruggedly masculine about him to fit into a crowded dance floor. Something too suggestive of open spaces and silences. '*Tell me something about yourself," she prompted him, as he lit a cigaret beside her in the dusk. He smiled, down ac her, then, the little crooked half smile she was beginning- to watch for in him, "You're so much more interesting 1 ," he told her. "I'd rather talk about--you." His drawl was undisturbed, but somehow, she got the impression, that something within · him had leaped on guard before her curiosity. As if he didn't want her her finally, over the wire, did not to know much about him. ... She sound bothered. 'Had your dinner, girl ?" he asked, in his husky drawl. Lona liked his way of calling her girl. He rolled it, somehow. "You must think I'm always looked at him with new interest in the half light and wondered. All of the men she knew had been more than ready to talk about themselves. (To Be Continued) Auctions-- Legals Notices IJUDGET NOTICE. THE BUDGET OF THE DTJNBAJl Township Road Supervisors for 1339 has bcun prepared and Is open to inspection by anyone concerned, at the office of tho Supervisory, at Uie West Side Hole!, ConncllsvUle, Pa. Signed, B. J. Colbert, Secretary. £ebl3-25-jr.ar-4. Beehive Enduslry In Counly Gains Slightly The beehive coke industry in the Connellsville Region continues to show some improvement although the upturn has not measured up to exceptions of some independent operations who had looked forward to a marked revival in the trade during the first month oi the year. The week ending Saturday, February 18, found a total ol 482 ovens in blast, the same as for the preceding u*eek, when there was a gain, of eight over.s, the week o£ February 4 having shown. 474 ovens or a gain of 14 from the week o£ January 28. While 20 ovens were being fired at Allison No. a and eight at Leith, srx were put out at Crawford. During the week oi' February 26, 1938, there were 708 ovens in blast which compared with 3,427 £or the corresponding week in 1037. SALLY'S SALLIES Wine Consumption in U. S. WASHINGTON, Feb. 25.--Statistics reveal that America's wine consumption last year was about two Quarts per Derson. SAVE "TYY0 8UCK5 '-Ttf/5 W£#-Jtt?r-l6 MAKE US ' f£EL- Money doesn't last long these times; it's here payday and gone,tomorrow.,

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