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PAGE BIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1939. Courier C/qssi/ied Advertisements -CLASSIFIED AD RATES- For Quick Results 1 and 2 Times: Per line, 9o cash; lOc charge. 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; 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 12 or 13 for an Aci-Taker Special--Your Ad Inserted U 7" Times for the Price of Six!--Special No Ad. Is Taken for Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Announcement's Personals MEN OLD AT 401 -- Get pop New Ostrcx Tomr Tablets contain raw oyster inviBorators and other stimulants. One dose starts new pep. Value $1.00. Special price 89c Call, write Union Drug Co. Automotive Automobiles tor Sale 11 O N E L O O K WILL CONVINCE YOU WE CAN SAVE YOU M O - N E Y ' SEE THEM TODAY-- All ready to go and all rocondl- "tloncd. Stop in todsy. NOTE THESE PRICES! Ford Model "A" Fordor Sedan S65 Chevrolet 4-door Sedan 590 Chevrolet Coupe 375 1934 Ford Fordor Sedan S195 1534 Ford Tudor Sedan $115 Ford Model "A" Coupe 550 EXCELLENT TRUCK BUYS! Ford lh-ton Truck with 357-Inch wheelbase in A-No. 1 condition, selling for . . . 5350 Ford H-ton Pickup Truck lor . . . 575 NOTICE-- WE ALSO HAVE. 1935. 1936 AND 1937 FORDS VEBY SPECIALLY PBICED ALL THIS WEEK. SEE THESE SPECIALS! 1938 Ford V-S, Fordor and Tudor Sedans. 1936 Pontiac 4-door Special Sedan. 1937 Pontiac Special Coupe. You Name The Terms! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY. YOUR FOHD DEALER. (V. CRAWFORD AVENUE. PHONE 407. Open Evenings.' -- Open Sundays I SEE THEM TODAY I O.-K. USED CARS INSIDE OUR GARAGE AT 127 WEST APPLE STREET MASON MOTOR COMPANY 127 WEST APPLE STREET PHONE 105 Open Evenings 'till 0 o'clock. Open Sundays 'till 6 o'clock. USED CA3S1 SEE OUH SELECTION I E. E. VAN SCOY. INC.. 259 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 2«. LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 255 E. CRAWFORD AVE. PHONE 1234. YOUGH MOTOR COMPANY. GOOD USED CARS. 321 SO. PITTSBURG ST. PHONE 8. Business Service Business Service Offered 18 Business Service Insurance and Surety Bonds 83 W H Y G A M B L E ? WINDSTORMS IN 1938 COST PROPERTY OWNERS THROUGHOUT THE U. S. OVER WINDSTORMS STRIKE EVERYWHERE I WHY GAMBLE? BETTER CARRY "EXTENDED COVERAGE ENDORSEMENT." WHICH COVERS NOT ONLY WINDSTORM DAMAGE. BUT ALSO MANY OTHER HAZARDS. ASK US ABOUT IT TODAY! FAYETTE REALTY COMPANY. Real Estate. Rents, Imuiance. Bond=. Second National Bank Bldfi. Phone 1375 CT. D. Gardnei. M«r.) GOOD. DEPENDABLE INSURANCE -All kinds James R LauRhlin--INSUR- ANCE. Sec me for rates 309 First NatJonaJ Bank Building Phone 520. Moving, Trucking, Storage 25 FOR MOVING . . . PUONE 50. DULL'S TRANSFER CONNELLSVILLE. PA. "FOR BEST SERVICE!" Modern Storage For Household Goods. Financial Need Money M-B NEED CASH--In a hurry? We'll lend you 5300 or less en your signature Personal Finance Company Phone 34. Livestock Horses. Cattle, Other Slock 48 FOE SALE--Seven year old hor--c, wrifibt 1.400 Ibs Good single line leader. Inquire Smith Rhodes. J u n i n i a Paul try. Eggs and Supplies 49 BABY CHICKS--All breech Purina Stdrtena Keystone Feed Store*. 110 West Apple Slrtt-t. Phone 107. Merchandise Articles for Sale BAKED PAPER MATS FOR SAL.E--Used Courier mats that are excellent for lining the inside of your garage, barn, chicken coop or outbuildings o£ any kind Selling at Ic each Inquire at The Courier Ollicc FOR SALE--Loyd Loom b.tbv carriage. Inquire 3T-1 South Eicht'i Street. Buildings. Building Materials 53 OUR CEMENT--Sand .'"id Rravel arc ot the qualities Let tis ficure o u r require menu. Stone Work, Phone 1700. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats FOR RENT--Three room da niched nparl- mt-'nt. pnv.ite bath 1216 Chcbtnut St. Phone 287-W. FOR RENT--Three room fi.milled nparl- mont. prli.ite bv.h, p n v n t u etitrnncr 119 E. F.-urvtev, Ave. Call nfter 1 P. .M. Houses for Rent 77 FOR RENT--55x loom house, hath, fi:r- nact 1322 Maple S i . W S Connclh,- \ i l l c Phono d28-J, U n i o n town. Real Estate for Sale Brokers In Real Estate MOVING--At reasonable rales. AH goods insured Will buy furniture. Call 183 MiHcr Transfer, 153 E. Crawford Ave. Business and Office Equipment 54 Printing, Engravlns, Binding LET US GIVE YOU AN E S T I M A T E ON YOUR PRINTING WORK I Hand Bills!-- Blndlncl--Calllnfi Cards) Bill Hetidst--Letter Headsl For Rent Cardsl--For Sale Cards 1 No Trespassing Signs FQT Salcl All Work Fully Guaranteed! All At Reasonable Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT. PHONE 65 DAILY COURIER BLDG. OR PHONE RESIDENCE. 91. Professional Services EXPERT TRUSS FITTING-- fflnstlc Hosiery and other surgical appliances. A. A. Clarke. PH- G. Dniffffist 323 North Pittsburg Strc e t Phono 194. Employment Help Wanted--Male S3 AMBITIOUS AUTO SALESMEN--Clean cut. experienced salesmen wanted to sell new and used cars. Wo can use you immediately. Steady work, nice hours. Write, giving full details, cite e?k- perience. or call in person. See Mr Mason at the Mason Motor Company, 127 W. Apple Street. Phone, 105, FOR SALE--Wood'-lock typewriter, guaranteed in A-l conri.tion, spec.a!, $21.93 New K o v a l t; pe\\ riters and new Corona adding machine- soid on easy-payment pi tin Kestncr's Book Store. 125 West Apple Street. Farm and Dairy Products 55 FARMERS LET US HELP VOU MAKE SO.:E MONEY 1 MERE'S HOW--You can find a market tor your farm products, your farm implements, your dairy products, your live stock and household goods by running a small Inexpensive ad in our Classified Section There you wlU find many people who want to become your customer or buyer The rural circulation of The Daily Courier covers a large area and our advertisement will be read by many people who rire looking for Just the things you have for sale. NOTE: All classified nda arc ptty- able tn advance. You will f.nd our rates tn the above Classified Heading. Fuel. Feed, Fertilizers GENUINE--Washington Run Coal. Low price Wrn. Dull Son. Phono 107 or call Dawson. 3261 and 3631. WANTED--Two high grade men to sell Hospital Insurance. Wonderful opportunity. Write S. M. Carroll, Uniontown, Pa. GOOD LUMPY -- Run ol mine coal. 100 bu., Sc, fiO b j , 9v; 25 bu , )2c delivered. Cash. Phone 2037. Frank KobaJla. Household Goods WATER WELLS DRILLED--Old ones cleaned. Pumps repaired. Scottdale Drilling Co., 107 Homestead Avenue, Scottdale, Pa. Phone 521-R. FISHER'S UPHOLSTERY. AWNINGS. FURNITURE REPAIRS RECOVERINGS PHONE 9635. 322 SO. PITTSBURG ST. YOU'LL COME across practically everything-you need if you look over the Classified Secti-ni every day. Situations Wanted--Male 37 WANTED TO DO--Wall paper cleamrm. Call 2-t-J for reasonable rates. Kenneth Swartz. AN AD A DAY keeps the Sheriff away. Let us explain our early low rate on consecutive advertising. Phone 12 or 13. SAVE TIME and trouble--rent the Classified way. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 32 2 20 21- 10 \6 33 IS (7 ACROSS 1--Household pet 4--Possess 6--River In Russia 9--Medley 11--Pickax used by miners 12--Block, heads 13--Love (Scotch) 14--Old measures of length 15--In front 17--Inflammation on an eyelid 1--Circlet for the nech 3--Reserved 8--One of the large ferocious cat* --- Defeat 20--Adage 23--Small sleigh 28--Girl's name 27--Curious scraps of literature 28--City to Kansas 30--Slothful 31--Tenure 32--Part or "to be" 33--Pei taming to thee 34---Prefix signifying bad tloned 7--In an odd manner 8--A cape 10--The king of Bashan 11--Honey- gratherlJig insect* 16--Negative reply IS--Greek letter 19--Famous German composer 20--A state 21--Astonish 22--Pull oT waves 23--A sure thing (colloq.) 24--Weighed, to allow for the container 25--Hallway 26--CJrJ's namft 20--Old testament (abbr.) Answer to previous puzzl^ IPJ9. Klnjr Peimrcs Sindiats, lac. FOR SALEI LIVING ROOM--And dlniriR room suits, davenports, dressers, couches and beds. Coal and gas ranges, also good desks and typewriters. Special, or.e child s large play pen. DULL'S STORAGE 122 E. PEACH ST. PHONE 50. SEE MERVIS FURNITURE COMPANY-FOR BARGAINS IN FURNITURE AND STOVES. OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT NORTH PITTSBURG ET. PHONE. 2020. FOR SALE--Electric refrigerator. Now In USD $35 00 for quick sale. Fayette Auto Co.. G1D N. Pitisburg Street. Special at the Stores FOR SALE--Fertilizer, lime, cement, plaster, pete moss, garden tools, garden and field seeds, fence and general hardware. Edward Bacr Hardware. Phor.c 584. Wanted--To Buy 66 WANTED IMMEDIATELY-- Nice, clean, big rags. We will pay you 5c per pourd, CASH , . . for all you bring in Mason Motor Company. 127 West Apple Street. Phone 105. WANTED TO BUY--Antique bureaus, slant top desks, etc. Also glassware over 50 yen-s old. Abraham \Vathon, Smithfield, Pa. SAVE YOUR BIG WHITE RAGSt THEN BRING THEM TO THE COURIER OFFICE , . . WILL PAY YOU DJ CASH FOR ALL THAT YOU BRING IN . . . AT 5c PER POUND. Rooms and Board FOR RENT--Two nicely furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Central location. 232 E. Crawford Ave FOR RENT--Two furnished or three unfurnished roonib, Woodlawn Ave. Phone 2C03-R. TWO NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS--For light housekeeping. Also a sleeping loom. 124 w. Apple St-cet. THERE IS a friendly spirit In The Courier Classlfiec Department which makes it a pleasure to use this department. For results, try our service. IT'S UP TO YOU--What shall it be in tci yynrs (it S25 « month?--«T bunch of. old rent receipts or a $3,000 home. Terms' PETER R. WEIMER. WEI M EH ARCADE. PROPERTIES. FOR SALE OR OENTl T. C. PHALIN. SO. CONNELLSVILLE. PA PHONE 975. Houses for Sale 84 FOR SALE: SOUTH SI DE PROPERTIES--Two six room houses In good condition. Price CORKER--Fayette and McCormlck Avc- ,uc, One, Mx--oom house. WM P McNULTY. EAGLES BU1LJDING. PHONE 17QO. FOR SALE--Morrell Avcnur, 904. brick bungalow, ?5,000, CRAWFORD AVENUE. WEST, 3340--Sjx mom frame house, bnth and furnace. Prict:, $1,BOO ROBERT NORRIS. PHONE 505. PIUCE REDUCED TO SI 400--On this property, located at 216 Huston Avenue. Six room frame t'on^e. Immediate possession See it today Inquire Paul Wagoner. 1009 Wct.t Crawford avenue. Phone 148 Lots for Sale 85 FOR SALE--2 lots 40x150 ft.. East Scott d a l e Price S150 00 each Owif-r. EIJa Smitli See Joe Giognn, EaM ScottdaJe, Pa. p-OR SALE--Lot In St Joseph Cemetery. Endowment paid. Price reasonable. Pi-one 845. Auctions-- Legals Notices 91 ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. ESTATE OF FRANK PAUL KOLBA. late of Star Junction. Fayette County, Pennsylvania deceased Le'.tcis o£ Administration on the above estate having been chanted to the under- MRned, notice is hereby c f v e n to all per 1 sons indebted to the said decedent to make payment to the undcrsifined without dejjiy. and all persons having claims or dcnancls against .said estate arc requested to make kno;vn the same. Paul E. Kolba, Administrator, Box 486, Star Junction, Ponn'a. Arthur A Brovni. Attorney. 15mar-Gt-wed EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. NOTICZ IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT letters testamentary on the estate John Wolkams, ^deceased, late of Con- nellbviHe Township, Fajctte County, Pa. have beer, granted to the undersigned to w h o m all persons indebted to sak estate are requested to make Immediate paj-ment and those having claims aga.'nst same, uill make them known without delay, Samuel D. Braemcr, Attorney, Conncllbvillc, Pa. Stanley Wolkanls, Executor, R. D. 2, ConncllbvUle. Pa. J5mar-til-wed. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. ESTATE OF HENRY D. FOSTER, LATE of Franklin Township, Fa ette County, Pennsylvania, deceased. Letters o£ Administration on the above csiatc having been granted to the unde: signed, notice is hereby given to all persons, indebted to the said decedent to make payment tn the undersigned without delay, and all persons having claims or demands against said estate are requested to make known the same. George R. Foster, Administrator, Dickerson Run, Pa. Arthur A. Brown, Attorney. 3feb-6t-wed. NOTICE. SEALED BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED at the office of the City ClerJi until 5:00 o'clock P. M. E. s T. Monday, March 27th. 1939, for the purchase of Gasoline and Oil for City use ior a term of Six months beginning April 1, 1939. Prices quoted are to be net after allowance for State and Federal taxes arc deducted. City Council reserves the right to reject ar.j or all bids submitted. City of Connellsville, P. H. Bctghley, Purchasing Agent. mar-l-B-15. WRITOH FOB AMD RELEASED BY CENTRAL FRLSS ASSOCIATION READ THIS FIRST: ' OL£ of n job, and aikcd to iearc h^r boarding house Ijccmifjc ot the wide publicity she received as the result of im attempted priaon break, Lona Ackerman is almost dp^pcraie brcnusc i-ho cinnot local" Jim Clnrfdgc. the only friend she has left. Juat before 1-^ona ancd to the peniicntf.try to ace nor d i n R father, serving a Ufa term for murder, she find Jim had fallen in ima. At the warden's house during her visit to the pri-soii, two escaping con- vie Ls force her Into the warden's cnr and make a wife gctiwriy until Lona jrrabs the steering wheel mid the car t.rashes. Only hurt, she finds tirr 'nthn Ini d,od m the meantime. After takirif; his body hor^c, sho returns to O.o city. Finally Jim callfi her (intl asks hrr to tnairy him. To escape further publicity, they decide to Hope. Ij0nn ia rcro^nizpd when they fro for Hie irmrrmgc and Jim slugs a .t i 10 r when he attempts to take their picture. Thuy arc married at a paisonag" in n small towa Driving un, HIPy atcijj o\ crniKht ftt a tourist home In nno'-hcr quiet town nlonp the highway. (NOW GO ON WITH TLEE STORY) CHAPTER TWENTY-POUR A TAP AT the door of their room in the tourists home awakened Jim and Lona the morning after Lheir wedding night. Sitting up in bed Lona saw. the sun streaming through the windows that had been ccnc with moonlight In last night's OarKness. "Yes?" she called out, laughing at Jim's tousled head and sleepy eyes. "The morning paper . . . thought you'd like to sec it," came in the friendly voice of the woman of the house. "Thank you," Lona murmured, and turned to the clock- Imagine waking people up to give them the morning paper. Then her eyes widened as she saw the time. Ten o'clock! She laughed again, and punched J:m to make him wake. "Sleepyhead!" she taunted. "Why didn't you tell me it was ten o'clock? Come on, we've got to get back to town and go house hunting " Slipping out of bed ahe caught up her negligee and went barefoot to the door, tossing back her brown curls like a child. The paper was propped against the door, and she brought it inside expectantly. Perhaps in the "For Rent" ads ahe might find her future address. Sitting on the bed where Jim still stretched and yawned, she opened the folded sheet, and then a little surprised exclamation forced itself through her lips. Sprawled across the front page was a picture of herself and Jim! "Why, how on earth--" she began, and then she saw it had been taken in the same court house corridor where Jim had punched the reporter yesterday and smashed his camera. Jim was frowning in the picture, and she looked frightened. She recalled the click she had heard as the second reporter opened the door for them. He, too, must have had a camera, a hidden one. "Prison Escape Girl Weds," the picture was captioned. "Lona Ackerman, the girl who last week buried her convict father after being a principal in the sen- satjonal break and kidnaping- at the state penitentiary, applied for a marriage license at the license bureau late yesterday. The above picture of the couple was snapped just after the groom-to-be, who gave his name as James Claridge, twenty-nine, had knocked down Reporter Ellis Butler of The Times, and smashed his camera, when Butler attempted to snap a similar picture. Claridge is a structural iron worker on the new Terminal building. Wedding plans of the couple were kept secret." It was a deliberately irritating bit of publicity. As if the reporter writing it had tried to get even, for Jim's outburst by including many notorious details as possible. But, somehow, in her new status as Jim's wife, Lona failed to get more than slightly angry over it. Perhaps, she thought, as she read the familiar phrases that a week ago would have caused her 1 to flinch in shame, she was getting used to it Or was it that, now she had Jim to protect her, things didn't seem GO terrible as when she had been alone ? "Look, Jim!" she said, and held "Look, Jim!" she said, and held out the page to Mm. out the page to him. "They got us after all." "Got us? What do you mean?" He stopped short at sight of the picture staring out at him, and his face went a sickly white. His fists were clenched as he took it in, and Into his eyes there flashed for an instant a look that Lona knew instinctively as Cear. Bewildered, she watched him in silence. "That woman downstairs I Do you think she's seen this?" he demanded, almost roughly, after a moment's silence. * "I--I don't know. I--suppose so--" '"They mustn't recognize us. We'd better get packed and get out of here." He was almost furtive. "But Jim, after all, it's just a picture. Why should we be so--" "Just a picture!" He whirled on her, his fists clenched into hard white knots. "You don't know what you're saying, girl." "But I--somehow I don't seem to care about the publicity any more. I don't care if I am recognized. It doesn't seem, to make so much difference--now." She gave him a shy glance full of meaning, but his mind seemed to be far away. "Jim!" sbe burst out, then, "what's the matter? You look so strange--" "Oh, it's just that It makes me so damned mad!" He made an obvious effort to return to normal. She could see him relaxing, forcing his whimsical half smile. "They've no right to take pictures of us! T7d like to get my hands on that reporter's neck, that's ail. Don't you realize what this means, girl ? We're grolng to have to travel now instead of going back to the city--" "Travel! Why, what do you mean, Jim ?" "I didn't tell you, but my job back there on the Terminal building is finished. I didn't want to upset you. I was thinking of going back and getting into some other game because I thought you sort of liked the town and wanted to live there. But now . . . there's a new bridge going up out near Detroit. Guess we'd butter make tracks for there." "Jim, do you mean you're--out of a job? And we're not going back to the city?" She was bewildered. "That's about it, girl. After that picture it wouldn't be very pleasant for you. to be--hunting a house, as you say. Every landlady in the city would turn up her nose. I couldn't let you go back and---face that again. You must know that. We'll catch us a train and go places!" "A train. But the car, Jim! Surely you're going to take that back to the city. It's only hired . . -" "There's a garage man I know back at " He paused and she had the impression he was searching his memory for some unfamiliar name. "Back at Lewistown. Wo came through Lewistown yes- terday, didn't we? About an hour** drive back, if I remember correctly. We'll go back that far and drop off the car. There's a through bus line makes this highway, I think, and we can take it to the nearest train stop. You're going; places, girL West! . . . Think of it!" He reached for her, suddenly, and pulled her into his arms. His fear and worry seemed to have vanished. His good humor was restored. "But I--I don't quite understand, Jim. To--pick up and--and change plans like this . . . " She still hesitated. "I told you I was a rolling stone, didn't I? You're golr.g to get used to quick changes, girl. Besides, why should you care? One town's as good as another, isn't it? As long: as we're together?" She strained against him, tlisn. "As long as we're together, Jim," she repeated solemnly. "I don't think I could bear it if we ever had to separate. Don't ever leave me!" she pleaded. "No matter what happens!" "Girl!" he said, and his eyes were bright as if with tears, as his seeking lips found hers. "Oh, girl!" * * * It was hard to realize that they were not going back to the city. As they drove back to Lewistown and Jim left their rented car in the care of a greasy garage mechanic, Lona caught hciself speculating. It seemed so much like flight. Loyally she kept at bay the doubts that ciept into her mind as she sat bes:de Jim through the ride on the speeding bus that took them within thirty miles of the state capital, where only a week ago she had been in such trouble. How things had changed since then! They would be obliged to spend the night on the train, Jim told her, after a consultation with the agent of the branch station where they finally found themselves late that afternoon. Morning; would bring 1 them into Brighton, the place for which they were heading. "But how can you be sure you'll find work there, Jim ?" she asked him, her voice puzzled. He shrugged. "There's always room for one more good iron worker on a bridge job," he told her. "That's one thing you never need worry about, girl. There'll always be work for me somewhere. . . . I've made many a change as suddenly as this." His eyes pleaded for understanding and, under their spell, the thing seemed as simple as he put it. "You've a family to support now, Jim," she chided him, and they both laug-hed. It was good to be light-hearted, Lona thought. To be with someone with whom you belonged. To have that feeling OS- complete companionship. (To Be Continued) Dunbar Legion Fixes Date For Medal Exams YOU KNOW WHAT you want and a Courier Classified ad-taker can tell you how to po about getting It Phone 12 or 13. GET GOOD MONEY for your extra household Roods. Put then on view through a Classified Ad Phone 12 or 13 for an ad-taker. DUNBAR, Mar. 15--The Americanization committee o£ the Amei- ican Legion auxiliary announces Saturday, April 1, as the date for the examinations for eighth grade gills. They will be held at the boiough school at 1 o'clock. This is an annual affair and Furnace, Pechin, Fayette, Dunbar and Mount Braddock schools are competing. Each school is allowed three girls. A medal is awarded the girl having the highest grade at the close of the tests. This medal is usually given at a party sponsored by the auxiliary i at a later date. The committee I desires all principals to notify their students of the coming date. Made Church Reporter. At a church boaid meeting of the Methodist Episcopal Church last week Mrs. Paul Hostetler was named church reporter. Prayer meeting will be held at the church at 7:30 o'clock tonight. The J. O. Y. Class will hold its monthly meeting Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Mabel Crowe. The class president, Miss Isabel Nagle, desires a good attendance. Next Sunday evening Ep worth League will convene at 7 o'clock. Girl Scouts Meet. The Girl Scout meeting held last evening at the N. Y, A. center was in charge of two junior patrol leaders, Louise Moyer and Charlotte Chalfant The girls sang two songs, "The Crocodile" and "The Girl Scout Hiking Song." A hobby show' was then presented. Book reports were read and the remainder of the evening was spent playing games. The meeting closed with the "Good Night Song," followed by the Scout prayer Other Items of Interest. Mrs. "W. H. Williams visited at th« home of her brother, David Ainsley, near Smithfield, Sunday. Mrs. Lawrence Jeffries and Mrs. James Corrado were in Uniontown Tuesday. Mrs. Nicolas Variano is ill at her home on Furnace hill. Todd Burhans was a Connellsville caller Tuesday. Rooms for HonseKeeping 69 OUR CLASSIFIED SERVICE la as near as your phone, just call 12 or 13 and your needs will scon be met without any further trouble on your part ALL THE BEST opportunities In Connellsville and vicinity are to be found in one place--The Classified Section EACH OF these ads brings together two people--advertiser and reader--for their ·nutual benefit and satisfaction. DON'T waste time wishing--look over the classified ads and see how easily you can get what you want. PHONE 12 or 13 for an Ad-taker. SALLY'S SALLIES R*£,ileKJ U S Pitert OSce Wife Preservers Don t use a gas plai£ that has no legs and stand it over newspapers. The paa may ignite the paper and cause a. cua- astro us fire. MAYAS When it comes to reducing, some people are,ooo£_losers.;

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