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Connellsville Daily Courier (Newspaper) - April 22, 1935, Connellsville, Pennsylvania -RIGHT. TI-II'J UAlJjr UUUKIli'll, UUlNINEiljljSVlLjIj.E, IVJUWUAT, Arm LI GYPSY GIRL "THE STORV OF AN IMPASSIONED "hunk Could wide. This CHAPTER 53 STKWART said Consnolo's rinp was valuable. il lie possible? Conauolo looked up, eyes "Now you arc me! is no good. It is worth more than she said. "If you paid that for it. you got it from someone wbo duln't know dia- Stewart said. "It's a tine stone." "No. I didn't pay ihat for '.if." What would lie any it he "knew the price, she thought. So this is real. 2t is not the hunk of fitess the man called it. Oh, Marcu, Marcu. how wrons I was! I wonder if you knew all the time it was real. It shouldn't have should have mattered. What have you given your, new bride? Does she love jewelry as I did? Is she pretty? Can she dance? Will yon be happy with her. Marcu? Or maybe will you think of me and that night so long I am coins to Iw a bride. Funny, isn't it. not to be your brw3e? Stewart Bfackmire. Gypsies don't' have names like that. I will be a prypsy no longer when t am married to him. She buried her face against the pillows. I will be a'gypsy no longer when I am nmrried to him. I will be a She sat upright. She said to Stew- art: "I'm Arcing- to see the picture the painted after tho show, to- "We are going to Bill's for supper and a couple of of can 50 there ;-iiy time, anil Why, of thought- I do not him with me I soe this picture. "You can't ?o to that man's studio -But "Yea? Damn that .Jt'dislike him! Look herp, Consnelo. can't you sec it's only a pretext to fret you alone. can't that's I've let yon have roar .own way In'feyerythirig lately.' I've tried to understand yowr moody silences. -I've overlooked a dozen things. Tve done wanteo. rbut thia is a bit too much. There. IsnT. anything- I wouldn't you or do for-you. but you can't go to ibifl man's" studio alone at be married, tbnt nienrr anything to "You will never krow how much H ns .to she said aloud. herself she added, it means.that I will be a be free and do what: I want! "Then, oE course, my dear, youll not -so." She'did not "And tho wny you came to the theater. I don't know what rnnrie you you haven't told me, but you conic with your hair and no shoes and stockings and that shawl wrapped around you. You looked simply aw- ful.? I can't imapino what people who saw you thought. I've bought you the best clothes in New York and I expect you to wear-them." He cleared his throat. "Who was with you that made you so "I was "I hope so, but it's hard to believe IL- "No? Well. then, maybe I wasn't alone! Maybe I was making love to sonicbodyl Oh. you fool, why don't you trust "How can J, after you say you're soins to Willowby's without, "And furthermoro I She was furious now. "So you would do anything for me, give mo any Liar! You have put a short Jeasa on me, but not yet have ymi mado me into a trained dop-' A white N only one man I will obey and that is the man I you are not my master, not yet! Yon under- stand, whUo rcan, you are not my Sne shook her doubled fist in his face, "Oh, cut It out! So you want to do what you please, when you please, and yet you would have me believe that your funny co-io makes you obey your husband. Hoshf It looks to me-as if it'd a mistake to marry you. IJut keep my promise, on one you don't, go to Willowby's tonight. .Do you understand "Perfectly. white Sh'-j lanffhod.at him. "Oh, now you are the funny one! You would keep your-promise, eh? You would make me a ffootl woman, eh? You will not let me alone at nijjht. eh? "Stop talking like that and sx't into your- costume! -You haven't any time." she sneered, t have all the time !TTthe world. Now out of hfre-anfi lenve rue Nevertheless she. was-pulling oa .the costume, He held up the black curls while- she fastened the hooks.- Me slippers while she' 'twined roses in (Qopyright) her hair. He brsagrht her tho basket of artificial "owors. l "You arc lovely made un as a street lie cleared his throat. "Consuelo. Jot's not flg-ht. dog- gone tired ot iL" "So am 1, my friend! I will tonight and we will not nbnul it, She was out the door oe- fore he could answer, I'll teacli her a lesson, he He scribbled a note and laid it on the dressing table. If read: "I un going to Lhe club. If you love me, you will not go to Willowby's. (Jail me when you want to see me again." He left the room. B.ickstaje hn paused. There she was out in spotlight. She's more beautiful when she's angry than any other time, ho mused. lie until she wan ready to come off, then he loft. A? he walked down the alley he won- dered if bo was silly to go away ft nil leave her like this. She'll call in the morning-, no told himself. Dnq-gono that temper of hers. I wonder if slin wfl! calm down as she says when wo are married? Two weeks yet. I'll make Jt this Wednesday. I'll call her. In the morning and ask her. t can't do that, pride will makr me wait until she calls and .inks to bo forjriven. Maybe she won't t-al! in the morning. Damn that gypsy! Gosh, but she's a sweet Ulcl. sypsy part and all! Ifo was whistling as he into his car. Appluuse ringing In her oars. Up the stairs again. Stewart gone, lit" note on tho She tore it up and stamped on the pieces, iff wonld make mo a dog without a will ol my own, she thought. She .sf.irc'l at herself in the mirror. That what you havf atready become. For months now you have done what hf s-ald. When y.rti him you n-iJ? rdwtiyg do wli.it he says. 1 huvr boufrht you tho clothr.i in N'otv York and I nxpect you to wear nt-ver lx; able 10 wear a syppy .skirt and blouso nimin! You'll he n Well, now, that's what you wanted, isn't it? She on the srace asain now. Itfcr Umuglits were still run- ning, ar.gry juir.Med thcmfrhts. they only seemed tfi make tier danc- ing thu tlner. the mnrc aasiitc-l. Never had the house not even on h-T opening Tlu-y were going wild. The sound of thnr clapping was gorwl in bor ears. 3; shcii away her forgn'. nbout Stewdrt nnd all this th-rv were nagging Jit Slip snng to thrrn. und nla htficrt i'rp. (TO B Announcements Card of Tiiankg I Two Remnant of ri'sacn Colonial Empire Tlip colony SL Pierre and :i ronsisfs of two islands lyinc inje.ia ten oJT the southern coast ol Topetiier they have an M-t-a "f than square miles t sole remnan: of the sreat j 'iiinl empire in North Amer-1 ;s. 1-1 -s ;i correspondent In tne CM- rn rrno. I'.-; in c< iij'.inc te aii'l to in pn I hem. properly autlientl- h-ivitE. Ex ecu lor, aii-Bot. llasrcrptown. Md. J. Attorney. TWO EIG FLOORS OF FINE 1-UnXlTCHE Legal Notices it Bane. Attorneys. OF GKOKGE IV. K.VOP- snid.-v. dercasud. l.r ttcrs f UoorKe W. Knop- Binding 2 AT RICAPOXABLK RA.TESI LotLer Rlllst For F..r And No For Sale! Let Us Ctvo 1'ou An Esilmnte. COI'lllER JOB DF.PAP.TME.NT 'JO. C-jUiilKH BLDG. ESTATt: OK THOMA.S HARRIS. ]ale of Builskin Townanip. JjCilcrs TL'Sisimentary on Pa deceased, ha Vine: SLF.UVIS COMPAN-T I or u, IS'J X. I'UII. STUKK-J. PHOMJ Counly. r.i.. dc-inmi-o is hereby plv.-n to aF. persons 1--OR selocLlon or ht-ffraclo j -a jiorel'v g-vpr to i usrrl In Connc-Ilsvllle. saio'efUio lo ti.e "to" presrn" don '.ark no-.v prices for second and to i a-JtUcnticatcd, for hnr.d Coma In and soe lor claims aeninst same yourwlf. thorn, propc-rly authenti- Daniol KnopfnUcr. DUTY'S ETORAOE HOUSE 122 S. PKACIV PT. CC'NNIiU.SVl PHONE "00." ds, IMunls, Flowers 'ci t for 5'.-i L Anna. May 25mar-Ct-mon. LV WRITING a. classifier! ad bo sure to tell farts which you would tv.int to krfiv if you yourself were a i K. Hill, (now KX centers, P. O. AddrcFS, Uppermiddlttown, Pa_ JSniar-tJt-mon. prospective buyer. "KOTIllXG like success." ho surcopsful classilied ads will help j brir.g success to you. Professional Sen'Ires TK-V.VA fruit j tr.si-s. .etc. Mullen's Marietta Karm. Plnns-tnt Valley I" TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE FEET HURT! H SUE'S DPv. E- ntJI-L. WOOLWOltTH IU.DG. PHONE 430-J. AND m j-ours lo- d-liv.-ry Clarke's Stt'T-1, 1'ittJHjurff atruet. the Stores 61; FOR SA1.K rurnilni; I.-.T. It iM.nif. U-n v--X Kit.i.nii rui-i 1 4U-M. Automobiles for Sale THAT CAN NOT P.F ami From !i for the k ti-ndejd us during.', our recent reavomertt. tiit' of our IP one. Joseph Hi'. PS. Kspf in Mr d-o Wish 't.i thank the t'i Who srint tiio.'o kindly md all a.cxisteil us if: way. I'rod kin, sisters JUKI lin> E h o r. Koj )lcpairlni> and Uo i-'ANTKD TO I i and [.'pliolstcrinK S9-A onios in fro for KrT-li-Oi col- family of the smlimar... and 'i n and s >mh niul Wh'.Ml in? IVeiifh fU- Infill a line Of fort? from ;-s m" itic Ohio river in Pcnn-' rcct-nt to sent flowers. i-ar way iifisltitpfl tli" c bcrr.- i nk in "H those anil all who in -any whai Is known in; as French and, Tni'b-i Tito troat.v which settled' thi-- T'rnnce oE Its; i> iMrlnc It the Is-! lands nf I'icrre and MiQuplon as aj si.-iion. At thit time there) Trev Ishimi.3, G Miquelon, i TJUJp W.fftH Ittn or iMitzlndr? and St j Ph-rrc. sint-p ITSS tho j have hocn connpctcd hy a mud bank. England has takon the Islands three times since the. end. of ihc French and but France has been In nndispnted possepsion siuce 1814. .Their Dsefulpesa. h as J gradually. they wpre.ln.a'lls strrtlon; This .wns riicc-ked the T'ritish placed .a consular ajrcnt on the and Monrnlnp.Goods P. H. BeMUTH SOXS. Automotive A mo Mies for Sale X O T I C K V A T T E X T" ITT JT L. O .O K See Our "Wonderful Display, Sees No Fish Shortage; Ample Supply for World Fish as a substitute for meat has seven, outstanding advantages, the Fish and Sea Food, institute points out as a food hint, and leads off with the state- ment that there are 162 "available vari- eties. The other are: No.other class of food has .so many varieties; there will probably nerer be R sea drought to fish scarce; adequate iodine gets "into the diet of fish eaters: fish is a scarce of vitamin D, the dietary factor that prevents' and cures rickets; fish is rich in cal- ciue. necessary for bine...and teeth health; of all flesh footlsjt is the most delhrate, and the easiest- to digest; an epicurean food, it Js usually cheap enough for the purses of the Tirts !7nuntrj; Great Britain and j CLASSIFIED purchases are not Japan are- fisli markets in the world. The United States pro- duces abont one billion pounds a year and the Department or Agriculture an- ticipates an increase of per capita, be- tttise drouths with thr resulting1 grain pasture shortages Increase the price of meats. Modern, First Slightly tJset! .Aut'in-oljjios. on _ j our UriiCM _CAK lucatfefl the street from our garage. WE HAVE Just the car "you need. A seJcc-tion for you to choose from and at prices you can aftord to pay. Open From S A, M. to 10 P. M. JvASY TERMS! Demonstrations Anytime: Good Trades! WEST SIDB MOTOR CO. Authorized Ford. Dealers. -101 TV. CKATVTORD AVK. PIION'H 407. THE CLOSER you to classified ads tho closer your money will stick to-'-you and the farther it will go Tvhen it. Rooms and Board I --------------------------------i Jtoonis, Without Board 6S Z4 I-M.T.XISif III) vcry -M. VAN SCOT'S PEI.fX SI'KCIALS C.M vrolf-t Konl T.-rr.-ipi.i Knrtl I'.-lu Jmirk N.i.-h K. VAX SCOT. IXC.. SfiX an.l TKI'.KAl'l.ANE E. I'UONK 2 I SPECJ.VI. OK USED CAHS! 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