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PAGE FOURTEEN. THE DAIUY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLB, PA. FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1939. Courier C/assi/ted Advertisements For Quick Results 1 ana 2 Times- Per line, 9c cash; lOc charge. 1ASSIFIED AD RATES- Ads to Be Run 3 Times: Per line, 7o cash; 8c charge. Special yearly Rates Upon Request Ads to be Run 6 Times or More: Per line, 6c cask; 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 Ad-T|ker Special--Your Ad Inserted "7" Times for the Price of Six!--Speda/ No Ad. Is Taken for Less Than a Basis of Three (3) Lines! Automotive Automobiles Tor Sale 11 TAKE A LOOK IS ALL WE ASK! Reconditioned Used Cars! 4-doo- Sedan WINDSTORMS IN 1938 COST PROPERTY OWNERS THROUGHOUT THE U S OVER 1937 Sti clebaKer l-c-iter S575 1937 Terrap'ane Super 4-door Sedan with Heater, in A-No 1 condition S55SO 1937 V.111JS Deluve 4-door Sedan -with Heater $255 1936 Nash 8 4-door Sedan. Radio and . n-- -- - - Heater $475 i NOT OKI V WINDSTORM DAMAGE. 3936 La f actte 4-door Sedan with Heater ?39J. 1933 Hudson- "6 -4-door - Sedan, Heater - _ r " S295 1335 Ford V-S Cojpe A-l shape S275 Business Service Insurance and Surety Bonds 23 W H Y G A M B L E ? $3E5 000 000 WINDSTORMS STRIKE EVERYWHERE I WhY GAMBLE? BETTER CAHBY 'EXTFNDED COVERAGE ENDORSEMENT,' WHICh COVERS BUT ALSO MANY OTHER HAZARDS ASK US ABOUT IT TODAY I Livestock Poultry, Eggs and Supplies 40 BABY CHICKS--All breeds Purina Startena Keystone Feed Stores 110 West Apple Street Phone 107. Merchandise Articles for Sale 5) BAKED PAPER MATS FOR SALE--Used Courier mati tHat ire excellent fo- linins the inside ot our gaiage. barn chicken coop or outbuildings of any kind SelUns at 1C each Inquire at The Courier onice 1934 Pl% mouth Coach S195 1932 Chevro1et_ 3 4-ton Farel Ifuck . S75 Terms To Suit Bujer" CENTRAL SERVICE STATION NASrf S^LES «. SERVICE 907 W CHVWFORD AVE PHONE 291 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 i) o doc* Open Sundays till 6 o'clock SEE OUR WONDERFUL SELECTION OF HIGH GRADE USED AUTOMOBILES ON OUR USED CAR LOT AND ON THE SECOND FLOOR OF OUR GARAGE PICK YOURS OUT TODAY! WEST SIDE MOTOR COMPANY WEST CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 407 LARGE SELECTION USED CARS BENNETT MOTOR SALES 256 E CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 1234. FAYETTE REALTY COMPANY Real Estate Rents. InbU-ance Bonds Second Nato-ial Bank Bldg Phone 1375 F YOU ARE--Patching that small break in the kitchen ual' or plas'ermg everj wall in the house, Vvc can furnish your needs Stone . Work Phone 1700 (T D Gardner Mgr) GOOD DEPENDABLE INSURANCE -All kinds James R, Laughlin--INSURANCE See me for rates * 309 First Na ional Bank Building Phone 520 Moving, Trucking, Storage 25 FOR MOVING PHONE 50. DULLS TRANSFER COtvNBLLSVILLB PA FOR BEST SERVICE1" Modern Storage Far Household Goods MOVING--At reasonable rates All goods insured XVill buy furniture Call 133 Miller Transfer 153 E Crawford Ave Printing, Engraving, Binding 27 YOUGH MOTOR COMPANY. GOOD USED CARS 3S1 SO FITTSBURG ST PHONE 8 WE BOTH LOSC MONEY -- IF YOU 33ONT SEE VANSCOY S USEU CARS 259 E CRAWFORD PHONE 243 Business Service Business Service Offered 18 WATER WELLS DRILLED--Old ones c'eanod Pumps repaired Scottdale Drilling Co 107 Homestead Avenue Scottdale. Pa Phone 521-R FISHERS UPHOLSTERY AWNINGS, FURNITURE REPAIRS RECOVERINGS PHONE SE45 322 SO P1TTSBURG ET YOU KNOW WHAT you want ard a Courier Classified ad-taker can tell you how to go about getting it. Phone 12 or 13 LET US GIVE YOU AH E S T I M A T E ON YOUH PRINTING WORKI Hand Bills!--Blndlngl--Calling Card*! Bill Headsl--Letter Headsl For Rent Cardsl--For Sale Cardsl No Trespassing Signs For Sale! All Work Fully Guarantcedl All At Rcasonablo Rates! COURIER JOB DEPARTMENT PHONE 65 DAILY COURIER BLDG. OH PHONE RESIDENCE. 91. Professional Service* EXPERT TRUES FITTIN G-- Clastic Hosiery and other surgical appliances A. A Clarice. PH. G Druggist 323 North Plttsburg Street Phone 194. Employment Help Wanted--Male Buildings, Building Materials 53 Business and Office Equipment 54 Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 FOR RENT--Two modern apartments rooms and batli All modern conveniences Heat hot and cold water fur nlshed Phone 949-R FOR RENT--Three room furnished apart- mert, private bath 1216 Chestnut SI Phone 287-W Business Places for Rent 75 REAR 322, EAST PEACH STREET-Room 40x60 for rent with icfrJgerator equipmcrt Ideal place for beer dls t-ibu or or girage Inquire. Dulls Storage, 322 East Peach Street Phone 50 Houses for Rent 77 FOR RI.NT--Furn'shed eight-room house all modern conveniences No childtcn Must furnish references Write Box 800, care Courier FOR SALE--Woodstock tjpew,liter, guaranteed in A-l condition special $2195 New Ro-U t\pe\\ritc~s and new Corora adding machines sold on easy -payment plan Kestner s Book Store 125 West Apple Street Farm and Dairy Products 55 FARMERS LET US HELP YOU MAKE SOME MONEY 1 lIERfc, S HOW--You can find a market, for your farm p-oducts, your Earrn implements, your dairy products, your Uv« stock and household goods by running a small Inexpensive ad tn our Classified Section, There you will find many people who want to become your customer or buyer The rural ci~culatlon ol The Dally Courier covcra a large area and your adve-Usement wtll be read by many people who are looking for Just the things you have for sate NOTE AH classified ads arc payable In ad\ ance You will find our rates tn the above ClassLed Heading Farm Eqmpmeni 55-A SEEDS FOR FIELD AND GARDEN! FERTILIZER . . FARM! IMPLEMENTS' BABY CHICKS! LOUCKS HARDWARE STORE 116 \V CRAWFORD AVE PHONE 135 HOUSE--Shop Crawfo-d Ave W S, for welding gis storage trucks etc References Write Box 95 cs-e Courier Wanted--To Rent 31 WANTED TO RENT--Six roo*n house in or near Cormellsvine Call 3116-R, Connellsville Real Estate for Sole Brokers in Real Estate B THE FACTS ARE--Real Estate Is going up in price 3uy now or pay IT ore I have a large listing of better hones Easy terms' Give me a call PETER R WEIMER WEIMER ARCADE PROPERTIES, FOR SAI-E OH RENTI T C PHALIN SO CONNELLSVCLLE PA. PHONE 97S Houses for Sale FOR SALE1 SOUTH SIDE PROPERTIES--Tvt o cix room houses in good condition P-ice reasonable CORNER--Fajette and McCormick Avenue One six-room house WM P McNULTY EAGLES BUILDING PHONE 1760 Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 56 GOOD LUMPY -- Run of mine roal, 100 bu , 8c 50 bu 9c 25 bu , 12c delivered Cash Phone 2037 Frank Kobrilla. WANTED--Two high grade men to sell Hospital Insjrance Wonderful opportunity V.rite S M Carroll, Uniontown Pa GET GOOD MONEY for your extra household goods Put them on view through a Classified Ad Phone 12 or 15 ior an ad-takcr Financial GENUINE--Washington Run Coal Lov. price Wri Dull Son Phone 107 or call Dawson, 3261 and 3531 JUNIATA COAL--12c busheJ, cash delivered 25 bushel orders also dcliveied Robert Welhh Phone 4I2I-H-12 FOR SALE--MorreU Avenue, 004 brick bungalow 55000 CRAWFORD AVENUE, WEST 1340--Six room frame house, bath and furnace Price ?1,BOO ROBERT NORRIS. PHONE 505 PRICE REDUCED TO 5 300-- On this propert.v, located at 216 Huston Avenue Six room frame house Immediate possession Sec it todaj Inquire Pau Wagoner 1009 West Cra\\£ord avenue Phone 148 Household Gooda 59 Need Money THERD IS a friendly spirit In The Courier Classtfetf Department which makes it a pleasure to use this department For results, try our service AN AD A DAY keeps the Sheriff away Let us explain our yearly low rate on consecutive advertising Phone 12 or 13 IF IT CAN be sold at all it can be sold through o-e of these Class fied ad3 NEED CASH--In a hurry? We'll lend you $300 or less on jour signature Personal Finance Company Phone 34 OUR CLASSIFIED SERVICE Is as near as your phone Just call 12 or 13 and your needs will soon be met without any further trouble on your part ALL THE BEST opportunities in Con- neUsville and vicinitv are to be found In one place--The Classified Section PHONE 12 or 13 for an Ad-taker TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE 16 32 38 33 18 2S Y/A 3£ 3"? 2' 36 ACROSS 1--A European 24--Root of a Juniper plant 5--;Author of ZQ--Sound of "The Uttle distress Minister" 27--A street-car 10---Egg-shaped 28--Greek letter 11--Breezy 29--Conclude 12--European 30--Clear of sea-gulls trulit 13--A German Rear-Admiral killed 1914 14--Eldest son of Cain 16--Japanese sash 18--Forward 20--Book of the old Teata- ment 32--Bustle 35--A member of one of tfte Slavonic groups 38--Smell 39--Cone-bear* ing tree 40--Impudently 41--Period of time 15--Goddess of Night 17--Obstruct 18--Idaho (abbr) 21--Girl a name 22--Hurried 23--Scat of Phillips Academy 25--Meaning 26--Pronged fish spear 28--DuU 31--To catch sight of 34--June-bug 36--Falsehood S7--Curious scraps of literature to pr«vfoo» puzzle 1--Console S--Hail ( S--Jackdaw 4--Otherwise 5--Orchestra leader's wand DOWN 6--Thin slice of bacon 7--Tear S--Wrath 9--Organ of FOR SALE! LIVING ROOM--And dining rooir suits davenports dressers, couches and beds Coal and gas ranges also good desks and typewriters Special one child s large play pen DULLS STORAGE 122 E PEACH ST Lots for Sale FOR S\LE--2 lot-? 40x1=50 1* , East Sco,.t dale FrJce $150 00 each Owne" Ella Smith See Joe Grogan, East Scottdale Pa FOR SALE--Lot in St Joseph Cemetery Endowment paid Price reasonable Phone 845 SHOP sensiblj and PHONE 50 I thc classified nds savingly through SEE MERVIS FURNITURE COMPANY-FOR BARGAINS IN FURNITURE AND STOVES OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT NORTH PITTSBUHG ET PUONE 2020 FOR SALE--Copper clad coal stove ex- cellcn* condition Bargain Call 2922 Perryopolis, or write Bo*c 643 Special at the Stores FOR SALE--Per tilizer, lime, cemen*. plaster pete moss garden tool*; garden ard field seeds, fence and general hardware Edward Baer Hardware Phone 534 Wanted--To Buy 66 V/A**TED IMMEDIATELY-- .Mce clean big white rags We ·will pay you 5c per pound CASH . fo- all you bring in Mason Motor Cornpiny 127 West Apple Street Phone 305 WANTED TO BUY--Antique bureaus, slant top dcsrfs etc Alba glassware ove- 50 \ea-s old Abrahan , Watson, Smith!icld. Pa SAVE YOUR BIG WHITE RAGS! THEN BRING THEM TO THE COURIER OFFICE PAY YOU IN CASH FOR ALL, THAT YOU BRING PER POUNB Rooms and Board Rooms for Housekeeping 69 FREAK SCORE MARKS CASEY ENGAGEMENT Continued from Page Twelve. Stipa stole the show for the pictur lads Pollard was best for the losers Franks Da.ry Bar tried valiantl to stem the mad rush of the Swiss vale Merchants through the junio division but to no avail The Mer chants we"e just too good and wit the Bledorick brothers doing tuck w.th the basketball that the Sir it brothers never even duplicated m th cough diop league, won 38 to Furtney playect a fine game for th cdl team The line-ups: Peters Packers Kouck, f Kozack I S'efanic c Zalick, g Shrader, g Totals G 0 2 7 1 0 10 PL. GONVICTJ WttTTTPI PO* AND RELEASED BT CENTRAL PRESS ASSOCIATION 3} RUTH R KANE Can and Lona CHAPTER TWENTY-SIX i "IT'S REALLY because of me that mother's renting: these rooms, Dinah explained in her friendly way, as she led Lona into the kitchen of the wing of the Morriss home Lona was planning; to rent "You see, mother a had to go to work in the library downtown Some of the investments father left us have gone wrong and she must make a living I d do it gladly for her if I could, but--you see how it it with me" She shrugged, and looked down at the wheel chair in which she sat, and a shadow crossed her bright face "It worries mother to have me here alone all day," she went on "She thinks I can't manage I can, of course, but if it will make her feel any easier, 111 be glad to have you in these rooms . . . that Is, if you want them " "They -e perfect," Lona told her "Just what I've been hoping for I m sure my husband--Mr Bennett --w-H like them, too Could I move right m, do you suppose 9 '" Dmah laughed "Of course Everything s ready" She wheeled o\er to tbe shiny cupboards and flinging open the doors, revealed neat rows of shiny dishes against the painted interior "Can _ you COOK ° she demanded, laughed, I kept house for my father fo- years ' s ie said, a sudden impulse to confide in this new found fnend almost overcoming her "Would you--do you have to go for v our clothes right away 7 Dinan asked then, her tmkly voice a little wistful "Could you--stay .for lunch with me 7 I was just ready to get it when you came I hate eating alone' ' The eyes clouded "Why, I'd love to'" Lona heard herself assenting, and knew that she meant it She, too had disliked to think of going back down town and eating alone She wasn't to meet Jim until three o'clock, and there were almost three long hours before that. She already felt at home in the roomy old-fashioned house as she followed the trundling wheel chair v. ith its brigrht-haired occupant 'back across the hall into the sun- flit living room. 1 "We could have lunch together every day like this ' Dmah said Ilatcr, as they dawdled over tall g'asses of iced tea across the white-clothed lunch table "That is, if your husband--will he be home et noon'" Lona shook her head "It's going to be nice, having a friend," she said shyly "I--soirehow I haven t had many girl friends Not since was a youngster back home ' "You'll have friends here," Dinah told her ' This is a friendly town Some time soon I'll have a party and you can meet everybody " Her eyes glowed "You mean you'll introduce me ^to--jour friends? ' Lona knew suddenly how much she wanted to belong to people aguin, how much she missed being part of a circle "Of course " Dinah laughed her bright, merry laugh. "We know everybody, mother and X. Ant they'll all want to meet you " It won t make any difference that we re just--jour renters You've only known me an hour o BO you know." Dinah laughed again "I feel as if I d known you always," she said "Besides, I can judge people pretty well. Being always quiet the way I have to be, has made me sharp I've nothing to do but study people A shut-In gets to know expressions and what s in people's minds just by looking at them We're sensitive, you know Always afraid we re being a bother to xmeone or making someone un- omfortable by our helplessness " She broke off with an expressive ug of her straight shoulders and icr bright face darkened a little You don't seem like an invalid o me " Lona said "Tell me about yourself If you don't mmd " 'Its infantile paralysis I was all right until I was fifteen Then t--got me I v e been in this chair "our years now 1 And will you always--won't you :v er--' "Will I ever walk* The doctors say perhaps I will Some time, they "Yon must have bought out the town! Wlmts up?" say a some time that keeps moving farther and farther into the future Mother thinks they're right and that I am getting stronger, but sometimes I wake up at night and wonder She sighed. "I think ou're wonderfully Drave, Dinah'" Reaching 1 over, Lona clasped the Lhm white hand across the table She wanted to say more, but something in the g-rl s face stopped her There was a moment of awkward silence. Then Dinah smiled again, a smile that was a Uttle twisted. "I'm not brave'" she burst out "I'm afraid 1 Terribly afraid' And I m mad--mad clear through. But I daren t show it Mother's got enough on her mind already without me getting morbid. She thinks I don t care that I'm contented 3 can't let her down'" She shrugged, and Lona saw a hurt look in the back of the blue ees as the gir turned and began stacking up the lunch dishes "You must let me wash them! 1 Lona exclaimed, glad to get back to something commonplace again "It must be dreadfully hard for you to manage " But Dinah shook a stubborn head "I won t be babied," she saic staunchl, 'I can wash dishes as well as anybody, and it's my job . wash them every day. See* If turn rny chair like this, I can reach the sink . . . If you'll just hand me that dish mop--' "You simply must let me dry them I wouldn't feel nght," Lona began, but Dir-ah waved, her awa; with a shake of her golden head "Its my she said, almos fiercely ' I wash all the dishes fo mother, dinner and all. It's abou the only thing I CAN do, don't yoi see" 7 I stack them here on the tabl all bright and clean -- I can t reach the cupboard -- and then I look a them standing there all shining an I feel better " The blue eyes darkened for an nstant, ard met Lonas in a pica or understanding "Silly of me, isn't it? ' she brojght out "Silly f " Lona felt suddenly hurn- )le "I thirk it's beautiful, Dinah,"* he said, soft.y. "Beautiful!" * * * She and Jim would have their rst dinner m Bi ghton in the new rooms, Lona planned that afternoon, as she waited for Jm on the busy Uttle square She had been shopping and her arms were ndicu- ously full of bundles Steak, they were to have And French fried po- .atoes, and a salad of ripe, red tomatoes--she had noted how absurdly fond Jim was of tomatoes, ["hen there would be a deep app'e jie chosen from the window of a 'arcy little bakery A truly gala meal' Her eyes were dancing and she was glowing with eagerness when, she caught sight of Jjm's long legs threadirg through the crowd toward her 3ust as the quaint town, clock on the church steeple boomed out a cheerful three "Whew, girl. 1 " he exclaimed at sight of her "You must have bought out the town. What's up''" "I've found us a house, Jim " She was bubbling over. "The sweetest little apartment, with the nicest people It's way out on Main street* and we're going out there for dinner I've got the groceries--" 'And how 1 " He was taking the* packages in his own big arms,. They seemed mountainous now, and] Lona laughed "I did sort of splurge I guess,'" she confessed But it's our first meal in our own place There were so many little things I had to get.** 1 She was shy, suddenly. "Did you--, have any luck, Jim 1' "Luck" 1 "About -- getting work '" Tt seemed strange and a little bold to- be so intimately concerned about his private affairs "I m starting tomorrow morning;.. It'll be a three-months job, too. Right up until the ice comes We're all set, girl Hope you 11 like this town. We're going to be here for a while " "I love it already'" She was suddenly happy and carefree . Thet- walk up Main street in the summer afternoon, the bundles in her arms smelling pleasantly of food, gave her a delicious feeling of going home--home with her man by her side! (To Be Continued) Bardi, g Totals _ _ 5 5 15 Non-scoring substitute--Capuo Scoring b quarters Paramount 10 5 4 17--36 Axelton 3 2 2 2--15 Referee--Hyatt Umpire--Logan Casevs Schrum, f B. Miller, f F Miller, c Blasey, g Jones, g Blown, f _ Qmnn, g Totals Wa? worths Anderson 1 Johnson, f Bjers, c Fov, g Lennon, g Bainard, g Moschett, g G. 1 - 2 7 _ 1 2 .- 3 . 1 16 G . 0 _ 1 2 _ _ 1 . 1 - .. 1 F. 0 1 4 2 0 0 0 7 F 3 0 0 1 2 1 1 Pis 2 5 10 4 4 6 2 39 Pts 3 2 4 3 4 Mount Pleasant Damico, £ Riley f Slammko, c ----Etze, 5 Andeison, g Forejt, g Totals Kon -scoring Benedict Swiss vale Hannon, f . . Van ol, t ___ Murphy, c Walters, g Ferguson, g ,,.. Ross, g , . G. -,, 0 ,, 2 _ _ _ 4 , , 4 1 _ - 0 , 11 Pts 0 4 10 26 substitutes--Murtha, Pis. G 2 _ ,, 9 ,, 1 TM 0 ... 6 . _ 4 22 F. 2 0 1 0 2 1 Totals Non-scoimg substitutes-- Stozmg by quaiters Mount Pleasant 8 10 Swiss vale Refeiee--McCJure 50 LEWIS RECALLS EARLY DAYS OF FLOOR WORK Carson. 4 4--26 13 10 13 16--50 Non-scoring substitute--Erick Bakers Garage Heichko, i Tikej I Smidtke, c Palovchak, g Parkei g Kardiak, g Pepe, g Totals Scsimg by quarters Peter's Packers 14 Bakers Ga-age 3 Referee--Loga n Umpue--Hyatt G. 1 1 3 3 2 1 0 11 3 2 24 Pts. 2 4 6 B 4 25 4 3--24 5 15--25 TWO NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS--For p, r , m n iint Thmttixi ilBht houiekccping AI-O a" slecpinc Paramount Theatres room I.M \v Apple Street YOU LL COME across practically everything you need if you OOK o\er the Classified Section every day EACH OF these ads bnnfis tugethe- two people--advertiser and reader--far tliel- Tiulual benefit and satisfaction DONT ttibte time wishing--look over the classifed ads and see how easily you can get w h a t you w a n t SAVE TIME Classified way and trouble--re"t the EXTRAVAGANCE and classified reaa- nfi cannot ejdst together. Stipa, f Brown, £ McMullen, i Blasej, g Kline, g Testa f Conway, c Totals G. 4 1 1 5 1 . 1 2 15 Pis 11 12 36 Non-scoring substitute--Ma condi Totals 6 8 20 Non-scoring substitutes--Manotte, Plummet Scoring by quarteis' Caseys 0 9 17 13--39 Walworths 0 8 5 7--20 Rof ei ee--McClure. Urrpi e--Rude Overholt All-Stars Cartwright, f Tull y, f _ Foltz, c Hart, g __ McCo mick g . Sager £ Totals G. . 5 4 . 5 0 0 0 14 Pts. 14 11 10 0 1 1 37 Non-scoring substitutes--Biooks, J Tulley Sproat, Collins Franks Dairj Bar. Evans, £ Noschcse, £ Puitney, £ Poitei, c Muiray, g .,, Johnson, g Bittner, g Totais G . 1 2 5 . 0 _ 0 0 . 0 8 Pts. 3 6 12 0 1 1 0 22 Continued fiom Page Twelve. A, R. Batr, sectetary-treasurer of the oiganization, Brady Marble, vice- president of the board, S S. Townsend, West Newton High School coach, and Clarence Grove o£ Cali- £01 ma President Harper pxesented statistics showing each of the 26 board membeis had aveiaged 22 games dining the year, a total of 599 having been woiked. The list included 80 Y. M C A games, 83 independent contests 43 Junior High School t Its, 368 High School engagements and 25 college frays President Harper turned the meeting over to Clifford Dickson, newly elected head of the organization. Non-scoring substitute--Geoige Swissvale Met chants L Blcomck, J Eost, f Donezd], c Johnson, g G. .. 5 .. 1 . 1 . 2 G. Bleonick, g 7 Pts. 11 4 3 6 14 Totals 16 6 38 Non-scoi ng substitute--Tomlmson. Scoung by quaite^s Franks 5 5 6 7--23 Sw ssvale 8 8 12 10--38 Referee--Logan ^ Mex Stormy Petrel IVIon City Ahimm Blodivick, f Christina, £ McCaUistei, c Qccone, g Aitken, g Chester, £ Forme , g G 0 . 0 0 0 1 . 1 . 1 Pts ° Lavaile Home Lost in Early Morning Blaze Axelton Pollard, Ball, g G 3 . 0 0 0 F 2 0 0 2 Pts, Totals - . 3 1 7 Nor-scoimg substitutes--Appola, Halle, Smith Scoring by quarters' Oierholt 12 1 Mon City Referee--McClul e Umpire--Hude. 0 5--37 0-- 7 The fio-ne of Joseph Sabarese at Lavaile was co ipletcly dest ojcd b file at 9 o clock this moinmg with an estimated loss of $4 500 The fire was reported to have i sta"ted from an oveiheated fuinace ! A store and another lesidente neai- oy u ere- si ght damaged [ The Republic, South Brownsville' I anc! East BetMeheii rue departments I j fought the fixe. j Bnamic General Joaquin Amaru caused long-1-b.i Ctitened rift in the mihtan sector of the Mexican revolutionary party by announcing his candidacy for the Republic's presi- derc He is campaigning on policy disappiovmg abuse made of the governmental right of expropna. Uon, paiticulariy o£ oiL

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