Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on November 4, 1929 · Page 22
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Altoona, Pennsylvania
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Monday, November 4, 1929
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At?OONA . K . X^M^#V»W^ J.ROR—*MQf$PAi t .^pyEMB,jj>xv,,,;t>., lyZy ,„ , , „, _ <n _^.^. J^,^.,^. • . .i.......^, .-.Jti. h ,<-.,.,.<i ..^^^JLj..^,..,'..,.-.....>-„>...,. .1 .^,, >...•./. L ,-,.. .. ...» ....?.,.< J -..^, l ,,.».»,i,'..i»-.i. BEDFORD Mr. and Mrs. Wftrren Squires of Mount Vcrnon, N. Y., spent the weekend with Mrs. Squires' parents Mr. and Mrs. Scott Hammer of South .Richard street. Dr. Mary R. Mcntzcr visited her parents in Altonnn. over the wcek-eml. Mifl.i Kuthnrlne Kajfim, a, student at Notre Dftme, Baltimore, Md., spent the week-nnd wllli her parents iMr. and Mrs. Hobcrt Fugnn of East Pcnn street. Mr. and Mrs. Ned flhnck of Clear- fleld visited friends in Bedford lust week. Mrs. Annie K. Blymycr spent the week-end In Pittsburgh with her son (Juy Blymyer. Mrs. J. H. Mullin of Mann's Choice is in Cumberland, Md., undergoing treatment. Percy Mock and Bernard Fi;lghl last week moved into their now home on West Spring- street. Mrs. J. A.. iSyler IIIIH returned, from I^ancaater, where she underwent ,-in operation, and is guiutly Improvi'il. Charles Silver has recovered from an attack of blood poisoning and Is able to be at work In Wel»el'« store. MlflH Deborah Medllnotl, Jin employn of the local oniuc of the, Venn C«n- -tral, has been IrmMferri-u 1 to Bumi.-.s- boro and left Friday. Misses Mary V. Mngonfeller :md Annie M. Ullchrlnl have moved for I In; winter Into the Hji.'Uimcnl vacated by C. K Whiting mid family- Mill Mary Greenland of South Bedford street Is a pntic-nl In l/n: Clearlleld hospital, having undergone an operation for goitre on Monday. Mrs. Frank K. Nuus is r.onllneil to her homo on East J'enn street, suffering from injuries to rlii-tit and shoulders sufllnlned in a fall. The American I.eglrin auxiliary hnld a special meet ing Krjdiiy nvriiing in Iho new legion room to make plans for the card party to he held Nov. Woldon Wright of East Perm street and Mcrlnin Shaffer of Kast J'ltt Htrcut left liiat \vec,k to hike t.o Florida, where they were promised employment In picking oranges. Mrs, Kale (Hughes) Miller, formerly of this plane, is a piitH-nl. in lh« Mlsericordla hospital, Phllndelphla, having sustained a fractured leg when she fell at her home In that city. Pau\ Stump and wife moved on Wednesday from Spring street Into the apartment over the Washington bakery, William Naylor having moved Into his recently constructed home on the Cumberland road. Miss Mabel Dlehl and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kerr spent Friday In Allomin. Paul Koontz was an Altoona visitor lust week. Dr. I... D. Black welder iinrt niece Miss Margaret Keyser have returnc<l from a week's visit In Huntingdon county. Mrs. George Trump and son of HEADS V. M. 0. A. -.- r . TLn ^^—Jl_»«^ > ^ aa » MJ .B B .aM M ii^^ In Need of Ready Cash? Here's Help—See Money to Loan AdsJ i PRAI wrrrmPS LEGAL NOTICES I HELP WANTED—MALE I ' PIANO TUNING COAL • RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS l-'ritiiclN S. Harmon, editor of tlic Iliittlc.sliiirff, Minn., ylinerien/i, was elected national president of the V. M. C. A. (it Its iinmml convention in Olili'HR". Mr. llnrinnn Is president of (lie MlsHl*.sl(i|i! V. At. ('. A. mid Is ii former iiHHlslnnt ulliirricy Re 1 lie nil of (hat s(a.e. NEWRY LEGAL NOTICES X^N^X^s^X^^^^^',***'^*^ KXECUTOnS' NOTICE Kstaln «f Elli-n McOlew, late of Logan Township, Blair County, Pennsylvania, I.uitera leHtamentnry on mid Mtate hav- Injj been granted to the undersigned, all jji-rsons Indebted thereto arn rwiucsted to niiikr: Immorllale payment, nml thqsc having Halms or riemnmlH against the same, will |,ri.Hi-nt thi-m without rtelny for ncttlemcnt '"" '"7/JuVs McMASTER, Duncannvllle, Pa. BIJWARD McMASTER, Hiillldaysbun;, Pa. Kxecutors. UOUKRT n. SMITH, Attorney, Iliilll'InyslnirK, I'a. ASHIfJNEK'S NOTICE Af-.SffiNBD ESTATE OF WOODWARD JOHNSON, Nonce Is hereby given that Woodward .Idliiisnn, of IlollUlaynljuvB, Pennsylvania, ox- c-cnlcil anil delivered a decrt of voluntary as- ...lnnini'nt of nil his property, real, personal unrl mixed nnd whatsoever situated, In tnixt. f"r the benefit 01 his creditors, to the umlMSlHnmi, who has il\uy wccepleo 1 said I rust find recorded snlrt deed. All piTsnnN Indebted to said trust estate nrc rc'inesfel to make prompi payntcnt nnd rrwllfnrs in present their respective claims far Ke.Ulrrm'nl to PAUL E. BRAVER, Assignee, 1104 Twelfth Street. Altoona, Pennsylvania. THK CLASSIFIED COLUMNS WITH BAR Knlnfl nre bur.Htlnf,'. Reftd them, today If for thrift you are thirsting. Pittsburgh an; gucat.H at Urn home of her parents Mr, and Mrs. P. II. Morgart, West Pcnn ulrent. Miss Lillian Hunt of Keynur, W. Va., la vlHitinR her ulster Mm. J. M. Gurnp at Mann'H choice. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Trout of,Huntingdon and Mrs. ISlla OWIMIH and daughter of Myermlale wuru K>"'« tH ot Bedford IriundH last week. Joseph J. Tunney of Wilmington, Del., wan a recent, at the norm; of, Mrs. Patrick Hughes, when; lil.H •wife Mrs. Catherine Hughon Tunney, is spending Home time. John Hock of Schell.Hburg, 1. IT. Davis of Imler, C. A. Shullz of Saxton, O. D. Knuffnian of Bellevue, II. L. Sllppey of New Buena Vista and E. R. Logue of Hyndman were visitors hero last week. Lawrences Yonl, a .student nt the university In Waahington, D. C., spent the week-end with Ills parents Mi', and Mrs. Charles Yont! Mrs. Thomas Mattlngly and children of -Cumberland were guests at the same. home. Ellla Edward Sponsler and Hhoda Leono Foor, both of Everett, and Carl Ewlngr Miller of Hyndman nnd Mildred Ivadeno IjUgsdtm of Mller.sllo •were granted licenses to wed in Cumberland last week. Miss TIIIlo Weimer of Catfish and Mrs. W. H, B. Kuultman of Osterburg HTO gucsta of their niccu Mrs. C. K 'Longenecker. Hun. Longenecker and friend Kenneth Allen of Baltimore •were week-end guests at the Hiimi) homo on route to Cumberland where they were scheduled for a golf tournament. A parent-teacher meeting will be lield this evening at T.-iR in tin-, grade building with the following program: Invocation, Hev. II. I.,. Jacobs; nong Hervlce; meeting, pageant by Mrs. Armstrong's grade; a paper 'by Mm. 3, C. I^yon, "Books for Children's Reading"; a round-table dlHe.iiH- l«Ion on "Thn Need of Hooks for tlin 'School Library," and a talk by M|HH {Mary E. Donahue, "What Our City 'Library Meanw to Our Pupils." Jamea A. Rellly of Harrlsburg, an employe of the local A. T. & T. plant, ''was a patient several days In the [Tlmmlns hospital, undergliifj medi- 'cal treatment. Richard R. Felght of the finance de- jpartment, United States army, who |had been -stationed at Srholluld bar irackfl, Honolulu, Hawaii, for several lyears, is enjoying u furlough und Is itho guest of ills mother Mrs. I.llllan IR. Felght at this plu.ce. Ho experts to be stationed In Hull La It a City in Itha future. The trip home, which jwaa most enjoyable was made, by way 'of tha Panama canal nnd required ' 'idayfl, Richard Is looking exceptionally well and reports llfu In the army Ibolh pleasant ana prodtnlilu, ulllrougli itho weather in (he eii.stoni nlutuH In inot as delightful aa that of the- lislamla. . J, W. (lalley of Indiana vas a 'Bedford visitor lust wr-eli. At Philadelphia on Tuesday, Konort 'C. Bellas of Schnllsburg and Phlllii IF. Royer of Sunbury, formerly of thla place, were graduated from the Pn|<l- ineerlng division of the I'ennsyWiinlu (Nautical school after two years' train jlng, Tha exercises were, ho.lil on board tha scholarship Annapolis •which had Just returned from a four .months' crulso In the Mediterranean. (Cadet Royer, who is u .son of Hev. and 'Mrs. J. V. Royuv, \vaB uwimled «. iprlze for excellence in work In nln ^division. These young men are eli Ible to official positions with thu merchant marine. An airplana hovi-rud over Bedford tor some limn lust Tuesday afternoon seeking a landing placu and llnally .descended onto the gulf at ihu •Arandale hotel, wheru It remains 'Due to thu dense fog, which pn.'Wiil ed for severul days, together \vitl iraln, tha pilot was forced to ahundui his flight from New York to Indian ,apo)l« and his passenger completed his trip by rail from here. Tho plant which has a cabin uccommoddtlnf, several passengers, Is owned by Uiu Prestollte Battery company anil tlio pilot Is a Chicago man. Duo to thu nice weather Friday ha left for Indfanapolls, Tha festival and carnival held b; the members of thu Bedford post No 113, American Legion, closed Satur day night and was successful In every particular. The band and orcheatru furnished music each evening and thu hall was filled at every session. Over 4400 was cleared ana will bo devoted to the debt on thu new homo recently purchased and improved. The mem bers wish to thank ull who In uny way contributed toward the, success of the event. Mi:, nnd Mrs. Ralph Kite nnd children iuid Mrs. IlHu'H mother Mra. Wlllinni Rhode.i were recent guests of HIM lattcr's daughter Mrs. John Fox and family at Hellwood. Mr.s. Carrie Ylngllng of AUiiona .spent Ihu week-end with her parciiL.s Mr. ami Mrs. A. P. Klmw. The ]iup!lH ot town nnd tin: Hurrmmd- Ing dlHlrlrlH which attend the parochial school enjoyed u holiday on Friday. It being a church liolldny. Mr. and Mrs. Miililon Kvnnx mid son William and Mrn. Margaret pod.son of South AHuonu were Sunday giit-HlH of Mr. and MrH. William Rhodes. Mrs. Und.son, who IH Mr.s. Rhodes' only .surviving limit, In !M years of ago and is In good health and enjoys visiting her friends. Arthur Kennedy .of Polutown WKH aluo a guest at the Rhodes home. Mrs. Klli'.n Xelli ha.s returned to her lininu in HullklayBlnirg after enjoying a lengthy vl.sit with the MI.HHUS Nolan. Mr.s. Suruh Long and son .lames Long of IlullcrHvlllu were members of an automobile party that .spent .Sunday with the former's grandson Harry I.-ong and fiimlly. MrH. Long Is more than eighty yein-H old, yut Hhe.tundH a large, well kept garden nnd clous her own housework. Him .spends the winter months with her daughter Mrs. Joseph Mobloy and family at Portage. Annie: and Catherine Nolan veru vi.sit.lng friends at Claysburg the iLi'ly purl of tlio week. Thin evening at 7.30 o'clock the rug- la r mynUily tu'.huol hoard meeting vlll hi; held In the Hchuol house. On Tncmlay morning while Henry III.HH was tilling hlH large truck tank vllh oil, it huuiimii ignited in nome un- ccoiinltLblo manner and before the nines were extinguished the truck I'HM damaged to the extent of about 500, wlilcli ia covered by liiaiirunce. )no to the fuel that this truck was lose to a gamillno tank, an uxplo.Hion vas feared which would have endan- ;cred several housen. Mr. Montgomry, the local garage-man, used a hemlcal tank and was successful in xtingulHhlng the lire.. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Black and sons JJnnald und Cecil, Mr. and Mrw. T. A. and children Mclvu, Teddy, Ade- aldo and Jotin were week-end guoats vith fricnilH lit B\iUci'Hvlllu. Mrs. Nora Moyer, Mr.s. Edna Smith and children Helen, James, Madollne, Junior and Alta, .were gneal.f of Mr, ind Mrs, Fred Moyer at Northfleld on Saturday. Mr.s. C. A. Shaw and Mr.s. O. W. Vuaver .spent Wednesday with friends 'n Altoona. Mr. und Mr«, Joseph Diehl were en- ci'talncd on Sunday at the homo of Mivs. Di-lanny of Altoona. They ulwo visited Valetitiiu) LunlTer and family at iouth Ldltcmont. Mr. Lauffer lias leen confined to his home for «omo line on iinuiiunt of Illnoss. The Lauf- 'er family lived on a. farm, north ol own. Clarence Wilt, who spent several layo with bin faivilly, bus returned to il.H work ot Mot t Union. On Thursday m'l< 'noon the pupils of H. Patrick's parochial school belcl a Hallowe'en party. They were ft I masked. The coslilmeH worn were icautlfiil, quaint, hnmoroiis and ftr- l.sllc. Part of the afternoon wasi spenl n games and sports, then a lunch waw served which was enjoyed by all. Leo Hoover of Hollldayiiburg wan a Sunday guest of hl.s sister Miss Cler- I'tulu Hoover and brothers Adam anc Tlioma.H. Mr. mid Mrs. Wilbur Burk and family of AUooua visited thn former's par' 1'iitM Mr. nnd Mrs. George Burk. Rev. find Mrs. Quinter Showalter wore visiting friends in Wllllamaburg on Sunday. Followinp Is the honor roll o: Ne.wry public nrhool.s for the month o; Octoher: Primary room—Cecil Hlack Luther Conrad, Rodney Conrad Thomas Detrlck, Bnnjiimln De trick Ronald fjoqhnonr, Bliilno Long, El dun Shaw, Mlllurd Shaw, Rheda , Dorothy 13lvhl, RutU niohl Melva Long. Rhelda Shaw, Mudalln 1 Smith, Ruth Weaver. Grammar rooir - Reno) Conrad, Robert Conrud, Fred Duganne, Hubert Long, . Hisrvcy Ni swunger, Clurunco Nlswonger, Aino Shaw, Harold Shaw, Clifford Sbowal ler, James Smith, Roy Oochn'our, Wil ford Glimt, All«n CJiii-bnoiir, RulVi K Shaw, Ruth N. Shaw, Mao Shaw Ollvo Shaw, K.-Uhi-r Smith, Bells fllnnt and Azulla Dotrlck. An i;pl flumlc of whooping cough iimong til |iupilH of the primary room riMlucei the iitti'iidaiici!. LEGAL NOTICES ^^^vN^S^^NXx^XS^X^XV^N^N, IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS OF BLAIR COUNTY, PA. .. _, „_ HELEN LAURA NBIMAN vs. CHARLES EDWARD NEIMAN. No. 48 January 'NOTICE TO RESPONDENT To CHARLES EDWARD NEIMAN, Respondent In Iho above entitled case: You arc hereby notified, In pursuance of the order of the Court of Common Pleas ot said County of Blair, to be and appear In the said court on First Monday of December, 1029, being the Second day of said month, to answer the petition or libel heretofore preferred by the llbeUnt. Helen Laura Nelnrnn, your wife, and show cause, If any you have, why the said Helen Laura Nelman should not he divorced from the bonds of matrimony entered Into with you, agreeably to the act of assembly In such cose made and provided. Hereof fall not, under the penalty of hiwms the nald petition heard and a decree of divorce granted anitnit you in ,n£ rtg Dated October 19, 1929. MABTER'3 NOTICE IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS OF BLAIR COUNTY, PA. HELEN LAURA NEIMAN vs. CHARLES EDWARD NEIMAN. No. HO January Terms, 1925. Action for Divorce. Notlw. is hereby glvf.n that on the 29th day of July, 11929 the Court of Common Picas of Hlalr County, in (he above entitled case, the undersigned an master In divorce, to take the testimony of nil persons who may be named as witnesses In the said cause and to reduce their testimony to writing and thereupon (o return the snm«, together with a report of the proceedings had before hint and the opinion of the salrt master upon ihc law and the facts of the case, into the said Court of Common Pleas. The master will sit tor the purposes of his appointment at his offices, Rooms 7 and 8, .Second National Bank Building, corner of CRESSON At the last meeting of the Tlattan „,„,„„ .,„ _____ „, _ ...... ________ „, society of Cresson, the following of- Ylth" 1 AV(!nue"'iind 14th" Btreeti Altoona, Pa,. fleers were elected to servo for one on Saturday, December 7th, JB20, at 10 year- Present, John Bianconl; vice o'clock ,„ th« | forenoon jircsldcnt, JamcB Granlre; secretary, •• • ' — • ' itilsneppe Vassalott; treasurer, Savlnl •ellicloni. The society has ovnr two iimdred members In good standing. Mr. nnd Mrs. Goorge PrlscoH have •nturncd to Sharon after visiting rlnndH here. According to the manager of a big London hotel. German visitors to ling land are the beat «i>t.-ndi-r.s. eating uii drinking more than their ctoarsi rivals the Americana. SUCH IS FAME witnesses and counsel, shall appear for the said hearing. R. A. HENDERSON, Master. ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that Letters of . MI.SH Joseph,, Hoover nnd Tallman ; T ______ .......... .., „ ..... ...._. _________ Atlmlnlntratlon upon the estate of ALFRED .lallarldoHi; of Summerhill were re- , ent visitors at the home of Mr. .and of W|1 ' |() of B , a , r Co K ]nly to latB of Altoona, Penna d. , ,, nderfllgncd . AH parties owing said estate are re- Ur.s. Gilbert Solution of Ashcroft avc- i quested to make prompt payment, and those Mrs. William Callan and son Thomas jf Ashcroft avenue were recent AI- oorni visitors. Mls.s Mildred Soisson has returned rum a vlhit to Portage. Mrs, William Lnllcrner and daugh- cr Velma were recent visitors at MovL'lund, O. James Karolis was a recent Altoona •In) tor. Walter Campbell has ' returned to Akron, O., after visiting friends here. Mr.s. Samuel Buck was a rec.ent ohnntown visitor. Miss Blanch Hoover of Summerhill vas n recent vlnitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Biller. Mrs. Charles Gulnevan has returned 'rom a visit with friends at Johns- own. Wilbur McGrcw of the Mountain ioiise grounds la spending some time n Chicago. Wlmrlon of Wilkinsburg vis- led relatives here recently. Delhert Jones of Aahcroft avenue Is spending fjomu time with bin brother at Kaclnc, WIs. Mi's. Simon Sanker and daughter Edna have returned from a visit with relatives at Washington, D. C. Mrs. Roljtrt NaKlc und Mrs. John Seek were recent Johnstown visitors. MISHes Dorothy Kaufman and Ade- alde Madigan of Altoona were recent visitors here. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Sunlter have re- lurned from a visit at Youngstown, O. Mrs. .Clara Gibson of Clymer IH spending some time with friends here. Theodore Thomas and Vincent Jop- rmluccl have returned from a visit at State College. MIHBCS Martha and Ruth Dlnhart o£ Ebensburg were recent visitors here. Misses Kva and Blanch Powers of Portage were recent visitors here. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Waugh were recent guests of friends at Carrolltown and Pulton. Mrs. S. A, Smlthbower was an Altoona viHltor on Wednesday. Misses Fay Roas, Lillian VanScoyoc and Eleanor Hammond of Altoona were recent visitors here. At a nuptial mass Wednesday, Oct. 30, in Queen of Peace church at ISwlng, Mo., Charles Thomas Tobln, formerly of this place, now located in Pittsburgh, and Miss Claire Marie Groetsch, also of Pittsburgh, were united In marriage, Rev. John J. Groetsch, brother of the, bride, olllclatlng. Mr. Tobin IB a graduate of Cresson High Hchool and of the pharmacy school of the University of Pittsburgh. Tho bride is a graduate nurse of St. Francis hospital of Pittsburgh. After a tour of western cities they will reside in Pittsburgh. Rev. and Mrs. A. T>. Mlnlclc were recent visitors at Nant-y-Glo. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cooper and Mrs, Laura Robinson were recent visitors at the John Little home at Cheat Springs. Mrs. Mary Lleb has returned to her home at Nlcktown after visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Cletus Sol.sson. Mra. Charles Hertzog Is visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Kirby of Wawhington, D. C. Mr. und Mrs. Cliurh'H Strom of Cheat Springs are visiting here. . MIsH Cecelia Krumenacker of Nicktown wan a recent visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. .1. Grunberger of this place. Rev. Father James A. Padden of Client Springs was a visitor here on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Tobln were recent vlsltora at Nlcktown. Mrs. II, G. Huff and daughter Mary Kuthorlno were recent visitors at Nant-y-Glo. them to claims against the same, to present DORA M. ERHARD, Admlnlstmatrlx, 1014 17tn Avenue, Altoona, Penna. VAUGHN & VAUC1HN, Attorneys for Administratrix. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that Letters Tca- tumentary upon the estate of JAMES P. FUNK, late of Altoona, Pei,na., deceased, liave been granted to the unacrslgncd, by the Register of Wills of Blair County. All parties having claims against said estate are requester! to present them to the undersigned, and all parties owing said es-^- housework, lute arc requested to make prompt pay- ment'to ' W. FRANK VAUGHN, Executor of JAMES P. FUNK, deceased. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Estate of Elizabeth B. (Alias Lizzie B.) McFarlln, late of Altoona, Pa,, deceased. Letters of administration on said estate having been granted to the undersigned, all icrsons Indebted thereto are requested to nnkc immediate payment, and those having lalms or demands against the t>ame, will resent them without delay for settlement o the undersigned, residing at G04 4th St Mtoona, Pa. CIIALMER D. McFARLAN, Administrator. C. B. WRAY, Attorney. CANAN STATION On Sunday afternoon, Nov. 10, tht, Orimn Tfnilfii Hrathran t!leu club wil rem|t.'r u iirn&ram at the liroad avenue uxtuimlon union .Sunday school, beginning at a.HO o'cluRk. This will be tin Hccond entertainment of the club uliu'O its formation and a. lur^e attend uncu of members of the nchool und the community i» general in desired to hcur these Hingurs. There are some thirty membiii-.s In the club. Albert und Uuymond Rhoudes of A) toutm, Clarence Swnney, William Tal hurt, Ual[ih Stttt and O. K. Talburt all of Uroad avenue extension, re turned Saturday from lirusli Hun, Cun tro fuvmty, brtnutnt; buck with then u total of thirty-nine rabblU, the re sull of u hunting trip In that vU'in ity. Thu Iniiitera report having an ex cfllent time In the woods, the game being fairly plentiful, An enjoyable .suriul gathering was h«ld last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. EzulUel I^uifurly of Broad avenue extension In honor of the Qth birthday of their son, David I-ufferty. Tliu time was spent In u pleasant mun- ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE n Re: Estate of Mary .lane Benton, late ot the Township of Freedom, County of Blair, and .State of Pennsylvania, deceased. Notice Is hereby given that Letters of Ad- nlnlstratlon on the above named estate have een granted by the Register of Wills of Blair County to the undersigned. All persons knowing themselves to be indebted tc raid estate will make prompt payment, and hose having claims against the same will jrcscjnt them in duu lorpi for settlement. EDWARD BENTON, Administrator, East Freedom, Fa. GEORGE Q. PATTERSON, Ally., Hollldayshurg, Pa, jjti£WA!|™ 5 HUSKY BOYS, OVER 18 YEARS, WHO don't go to school. Apply 3204 Pine Ave. SALESMAN— NATIONALLY KNOWN MAN- ufacturcr wants one good man to act as , sales representative tn the Altoona district. The man we hire must have experience In electrical appliance, own a car and furnish A-l references, stale salary expected, past experience In flrst letter. Write to 1295-D, care Mirror. 19 DRAFTSiMEN A large experimental organization tn New York City has several positions tor young men having layout and ijnall experience on typewriters, Jigs and fixtures or automatic machines. See Mr. D. P. Barry at Penn- Alio hotel Wednesday, Nov. 8, between 1 and 5 p. m. or 7 and 10 p. m. SALESMEN WANTED— EXTRAORDINAR- lly profitable proposition selling fine quality radios In Altoona. All sales-leads furnished. Commissions arc averaging better than $100 per week. All applicants must have tact, education, neatness, ability, am- Wrlte 1281-D, Mirror. TWO BUTCHERS WANTED AT THE United Meat Market. Must be married men, neat appearance. A-l butchers. Salary no object. Apply 1513 llth Ave. A LARGE CORPORATION SELLING A national advertised product has an open- Ing In this territory lor a man looking for a real opportunity; men that can qualify for this position can earn from $75 to $100 per week. We will demonstrate to you that you can double your present earnings. Do not delay. Write T. W. Cole, 1031 Green Ave., Altoona, Pa. HELP WANTED— FEMALE WANTED— EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES with neat appearance. Apply Gregory's, State College, Pa, Phone 4fl2. MIDDLE AQED W.OMAN FOR GENERAL 2-4744. MIDDLE AGED WOMAN FOR GENERAL housework In family of two adults. Dial Apply 2200 7th Ave. GIRL TO ASSIST WITH HOUSEWORK. One who can go home nights, Apply 403 E, Wopsononock Ave., Falnawn. WANTED — EXPERIENCED GIRL FOR nights. Call between 6 and 6 p. m., to 314 2nd Ave. WANTED— GIRL FOR GENERAL HOU8E- work. Must have experience and be able to furnish reference. Dial 2-0227, Inquire 101 Aldrlch Ave., Llyswen, EXPERIENCED GtRL FOR GENERAL - housework. Apply 208 Highland Ave., Lakemont Terrace. Phone 6904. YOUNG LADY TO WORK IN DRUG STORE. Call In person at Welsh's Drufc Store, 1102 llth Ave. No phone calls. DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVE WANTED by national organization for special children's work. Real opportunity for educated woman 25-40, capable of earning $2,400 yearly. Give complete qualifications. Address E. S. McKcnn, 2233 Grand Ave., Kansas City, Mo. SITUATION WANTED— Male WANTED— POSITION AS CLERK OR stockman or light delivery by young man 21 years old. . Has had experience In shoe store. Write 0905-L, Mirror. Situation Wanted — Female MIDDLE AGED LADY WISHES COMPAN- iori for Invalid or semi-Invalid or care of ~~~J!!5!;£IH^^ YOUR CHILD WILL NEVER LEARN HAR- mony on an out, of tune piano. For expert work, Dial LaOghlfn 2-4859. 20 yrs. ex, PIANOS AND RADIOS REPAIRED AND tuned. Your old vlctrola, piano or radio accepted as part payment on new players or electric radios. Any old records or rolls yotf are tired of, bring In and pay lOc additional and get a new one. Keystone Piano and Radio Exchange, Dial 3-9736. 803 Chestnut Ave. J*AL£-M^^ SINGLE FLAT TOP DESK, $10; SINGER sewing machine, $18; both in good condition. Inquire 309 24th St. Dial 4878. INSURANCE IN OLD-LINE, RELIABLE stock companies. Louis Lolx, Union Bank Bldg. FIVE TUBE FRESHMAN CA1UNET BAT- tery radio set. Will sell cheap. Dial 2-9223. 1 UPRIGHT PIANO FOR SALE CHEAP, Becker Bros. make. Inquire 715 19th St. Dial 2-8377. PORCH CHAIRS RESEATED — RUSH style chair seating, chair caning of all kinds. Also rag rug and carpet weaving. Work called for and delivered. Weaving Works, 2119 8th Ave. Dial 2-8513. RECONDITIONED NO. 5 UNDERWOOD typewriters, guaranteed, $40. New Royal Portables in attractive colors. B. F. BARR, 16*7 llth Ave. SPENCER CORSETS AND ABDOMINAL supports for dropped stomach, floating kid' neys, rupture, maternity and sprains, Mrs. Laura Valentine. Dial 2-1395. USED FORDSON TRACTOR WITH PLOWS. Mechanical condition O. K, W. S. Suckling, Hollldaysburg. Phone 652. ONE REPOSSESSED GENERAL ELECTRIC refrigerator, G-65, all steel model. tWy In use two months. Can be purchased at a saving. J. E. Spenco Electric Co., 1310 12th Ave. COAL MINE, NOW LOADING 100 TONS ncrease output to 500 tons in short time. Good coal, favorable labor conditions. Electric motor, electric fan, self drainage, long going,' SO. 000. Fred B. Moudy, P. O. Box 474, Portage, Pa. Dealing In tile kind of real estate or personal property you wish to mines and Industrial plants. DINING ROOM SUITE, 6 LEATHER SEAT chairs, finished oak table, library table, condition. Call 1231 19th Ave., 3-8 p. mi FOR SALE— FULL SIZED BRASS BED 'with good springs. Apt. 2, 1912 Union Ave. FOR SALE— BED DAVENPORT, $5; ELEC- trlc heater, $2; child's electric range, $3; tween 5-7 p. m., 3025 Broad Ave. or Dial 2-7204. ed, working men with large families for 7- room houses and lota very close to Junlata shops and warm dinners. You can own one same as rent. See owner, 2918 8th Ave. UNLESS YOU READ THEM SOU NEVER show. ^^JJ^iiHSEHSL^ BIRDSEYE MAPLE BEDROOM SUITE and brass bed. Good condition. Dla 4815. USED FURNITURE See our stock before buying. Creates values In city. QTTAT.TT"? WTTONTTTTRin CO.. CLERK'S NOTICE OF BANKRUPTCY-, No. 14542 In Bankruptcy. In the District Court of the United States for the Western District of Pennsylvania, Matthew Atlee Fox of Blair County, Pennsylvania, a Bankrupt under the Act of Con- grcsa of July I, 1898, having applied for a full discharge from all debts payable against ils estate under said Act, notice Is hereby Hlvon to all known creditors and other persons In Interest, tu appear before the said Court at Pittsburgh, In said District, on the LUh day of December, 1929, at 10 o'clock, n the forenoon to show cause, If »ny they have, why the prayer of the said petitioner uhoulO not ba granted, J. WOOD CLARK, Clerk. PUBLIC SALE XXNXX^^^NX^XVSXX/ PUBLIC SALE Wednesday, Nov. 6, 1 p.,m., In Carson valley, 2 ml. west of Cross Keys. Truck, car. horse, Shetland pony, 2 cows, 1 with calf by her side, 9-mo.-old heifer, brood sow, 2 shoata, chickens, farming Implements and fend, chicken house equipment, other articles too numerous to mention. W. S. McCOY, CARD OF THANKS ,^^^^^V^NXX/«xy^^*S^^XN^y^'WNXV''*''* WE DESIRE, IN THIS MANNER, TO EX- ti'.nd our appreciation and thanks to our relatives, frlenrts anil neighbors, for the kind expression of sympathy dhown us during the Illness and death of our beloved husband and father, Mr, Peter Arnold. Also for the ua« of mitomobllcs. MRS. FRANCES ARNOLD AND SONS. MR. AND MRS. HUGO RUDOLPH. MR. AND MRS. FRANK ARNOLD. bsby. Go home nights. Write 5200-C, Mirror, CHRISTIAN LADY WANTS PRACTICAL nursing, core for Invalid or companion to elderly couple. Write 1027-D, Mirror. ALL KINDS OF MOUNTAIN COAL, $3.75 and up. Kindling wood and genera) haul- Ing. Dial 2-8107. K. Zach. RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS Ni*X^>^\*'NXV^X^VX/S 1 /V^« | NXV^S^VXX^\<^»>^M ( N^\ ll ^S»^^ FURNISHED ROOMS. SINK IN KITCH- en. Not suitable for children. 305 8th We., Junlata, SEALFON COAL CO, Quality coal, honest weight. '2209 Union Ave. Dial 8908 or 8210. OR 3 NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS FOR light housekeeping, all conveniences. Best esldcntlal district. 2S27 Broad Ave. ALL KINDS OF MOUNTAIN COAL, $3.75 and up. Also kindling wood. Prompt delivery. Dial 2-6927. <PEOPLE'B COAL CO. 730 4th STREET. PHONE) 2-7777. HARD COAL, EGO, STOVE AND NUT, $11.75. KEYSTONE MADISON SCREEN ANIi EGG PREPARED. $4.00. • MILLER RUSTY LUMP AND DSTSART, $3.76. COLLECT ON DELIVERS. FURNISHED ROOM, SUITABLE FOR TWO, all conveniences, with or without board. NICELY FURNISHED BEDROOM, ALL conveniences, bath. Private family. $2,50 weekly. Use of phone. Inquire 1907 18th t. Dial 2-1282. SERVICE FUEL CO. TELEPHONES. 2-3501 OR 2-0818 ONE OR MORE TONS: HARD COAL, EGG, OR NUT $11.78 MADISON SCREENED LUMP $3.90 MADISON, EGG AND NUT -...$3.90 MILLER SPECIAL, MINE RUN $3.30 DRIVER COLLECTS IN ALL CASES. 2 DAYS REQUIRED TO DELIVER. FURNISHED APARTMENTS y*»y^S*'V*v'X«*v*^VN**\^N^x"^VX^XV^**^X\XS'N* > NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENT IN good residential section. Inquire Mrs. D. B. North, 2104 '^f. Chestnut Ave, COAL! COAL! COAL! Loudon, Page and McNeils. Special rusty Baker and Delaney Black Diamond, $3,75 per ton. A. S. McGraw, 2318 7th Ave. Dial 2-3824. GWIN COAL CO. OB'FERS OWIN SPECIAL coal and Miller coal, attractive prices. 1911 Margaret Ave. Fhone 2-0404. ORDERS FOR MOUNTAIN COAL GLADLY filled. Bids on large orders. W. B. Hoover, 1301 8th Ave. Dial 2-8848. MONEY TO LOAN $3,000 TO $3, BOO ON IMPROVED PROP- erty. Apply 2011 Pine Ave, Dial 2-7853. 52,600 TO LOAN ON IMPROVED PROP^ erty In amounts to suit borrower. G. Nevin Dlvely, Lawyer, 1321 llth Avo. . MONEY TO LOAN $9,700—on Improved property In amounts to suit borrower—$9,700. WALTER J. HENRY. .Commerce Bldg. Fhone 6200. 005-07 8th Ave. Dial 2-8356. CLEANING—RENOVATING '***+S>***S*4*+S*******S**^^ We Recommend The Altoona Sanitary Laundry For Prompt Service and Good Work Telephone 8468. ONE BEAUTIFUL WALNUT SUITE, CON- slstlng of full vanity, chest of drawers, large dresser and bow-end-bed. This suite was out two months. Regular price $250. We offer It for $139. CLAYCOMB FURNITURE. CO., •910 Chestnut Ave. CARPETS AND RUGS CLEANED TO LOOK like new. Monarch Carpet Cleaning Works. Telephone^ 4.084 for quick service. CONTRACTING—REPAIRING WOLF FURNITURE CO. OFFERS UN- Usual good bargains In their trade-In department on credit. 3-po. reed suite, $50; Peninsular coal range, $30; Moore Air Tight leater, large size, $20.60; chest of drawers, (8. See. and hear the new Victor Radio at Wolf's. Concrete and Cinder Call East Side Coal & Supply Co. 812 Sth St. Dial 8175. MORTICIAN. No Charge for Use of Memorial Chapel Funeral Director 1121 Uiglith Ave. Phone 7552. PERSONALS U3 MUR PERMANENT STEAM WAVE, $a, with settlni: marcel 35c, Manicure 35c. Finger wuvu &0c. Dial 4213. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR SPECIAL tuition (or students starting this week. Curry School of Beauty Culture, 1224 13th Ave. Dial 2-350(1. HALLOWE'EN SUITS FOR RENT. 60c UP; also masks and faces. 113 3rd St. SULPHUR VAPOR BATHS AND MAS- sage. Dr. Krusa system. Dial 2-7635 for appointment. Mrs. Chas. b. C'usner. ni-r and Inter served. Wilt, Krnia Cameron, Margaret San drug, Delia Novosel, Si-well tur, Gi-ort'u, Virginia Hart, Hjmlce Hundriia, l j uul Lynn, Carl Novoael, Hichurd Chulyalc, Sura June MAKE CHICKENS PAY BY STUDYING uur Poultry Course In your upara time. Writo to International Correspondence Schouli, Room 41, Golilschmld Bldg. 1'IUVATK SCHOOL OF OHAL EXPBE8- tilon. Lotions In public speaking unrl Imsliu-ss and social convui nation. Class or individual Instruction. Pupils havo been winners in debating und declamatory con- teats. Trial lesson tree. For appointment call 3DD21. LOST—FOUND ^SXXx^^iXSXS^fc^L^VXNX'V^^^kXS STHAYUD FROM 817 HELL AVE., BHOWN Cull id dotf. Answers to "Brownie," Ke- \vurd if returned lo above addresa. TAKEN FROM CAR, A PHYSI- clun'8 Boston bag, containing medli • casi-s and other equlpini-nt. lieward If re- tumid to Dr. F. P. Simpson, Altoona Trust Bldg. LADY'S POCKETBOOK, GUARANTEED CARPENTER REPAIRS done on short notice. Also garages. Reasonable rates. D. E. Salaglvor. Dial 2-01&2. Sheet Metal Work Rootling— Spouting— Metal Ceilings H. SABATHNE &SON 708 JUightli Ave. 0512. KEYSTONE Armature Works 1814-16 union Avenue, Altoona. Phone Y!-6742. Armature Winding, Motor Repairing, Winding Fields, Colls, Electric Magnet*. Motor*, Generators, Elevators, Mutblna WorKs. Furnace Heat for Every Home Olil homes, as well au new, can enjoy the pleasure of a modern heating system at o cost within the reach ol all. Come In und look over our line of Front Rank Steel Warm Air Furnaces. J. W. SHOEJVFELT Dial 2-6115 881 Vitb Street. PAINTING—PAPERING ^^sXS^%X\XSXSXS^>XV^*^/V A. HIT E IB ; Dependable House fainting. Wall Paper of Distinction. 2510-14 Seventh Ave. PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING— First class wurii by experienced men. Es- timateu cheerfully .furnished. J. B. White, 217 E. Crawford Ave. Dial 2-6092. LONG DISTANCE MOVING, PADDED vau. Storage, separate booths. Fireproof Btdg. Rlmt's. <S1S 3rd Ave. Dial 5510— 2-1281 W. S. AARON, 1429 12th AVE. Used Furniture Dept.—Worth While Prices. Sellers kitchen cabinet, lully equipped. Very special. 3-burner oil stove with high shelf, $8; large oak heating stove, like new, Don't buy Temple., radio till you hear the new FOR SALE—B ROOMS OF FURNITURE. No reasonable offer turned down. Must lie sold at once on account of death. Inquire 1312 19th St. USED CABINET HEATER, IN GOOD condition. W. W. BABCOCK, 1312 12th Ave. If You Need MONEY IN A HURRYI Call—Phone—or Write! Loans up to $300 Strictly private—quick and courteous. 1 BENEFICIAL LOAN SOCIETY Room 1, Second Floor 1300 Eleventh Ave,, Cor. 13th St. Entrance on 13th St., ALTOONA, PA. Telephone Dial 2—4-9-7-0 Open 8:30 to B—Saturday 8:30 to 1. —LICENSED BY THE STATE— Realtor—Insurance Union Bank Bldg. Dial Z-7925. $2,000 AND $2,500 ON FIKST MORTGAGE. Flat and installment loans. Commerce Bldg. Dial 4420. H. H. Colbus, BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY S>X>XSX>XV^S^N^'->^>X»'V^XXSX^N«»x's**S^NS^S**v" •TFOR SALE—HIGH PRESSURE 16 H. P. Guys'er boiler and engine and sawmill Both in good shape. C. B. Hoover, Williamsburg, Pa., R. D. 1. FOR SALE—CORNER GROCERY STORE, best location In city. Also sell real estate. Write 1035-D, Mirror. FOR SALE—A TRUCK AND CAKE ROUTE, Inquire at 2938 Walnut Ave. PATENT MEDICINE STORE—FOR SALE— Located on main street, In heart of pros perous town. In Clearfleld County, Penna Monthly receipts $300; estimated net profl 50%. Frame building, with storeroom, doc tor's office, waiting room, second floor 4 rooms and bath; rent $20. Mirror. Box 1062-D GROCERY, CONFECTIONERY $ FRUITS —Located on main street of town, Somer set County, Penna. Building Is frame Monthly receipts $500 to $550. Attractive low sale price. Box 1061-D, Mirror. Business and Office Equipmenl Altoona Plate Glass Co. New and second hand store fixtures, icelesa soda fountains, automobile glass. See our second hand show cases. ON ACCOUNT OF LEAVING CITY, MUST I 725 Green Ave. sell all household furniture. Mohair living room suite, dining room suite, bedroom suite, bed and springs, wicker chair, spinet dosk and chair, kitchen table, refrigerator, rugs, amps, etc- Inquire 508 13th St. Dial 8886 01* 2-7SO SALE—HORSES & CATTLE FOR SALE—PIGS, 8 TO 10 WEEKS OLD. Inquire at the Blair County Home. COAL McGuire Special And All Grades Of Coal. 015 19th Street. Phone 6378. Only Dealer at 4th-St. Handling GenAino Keystone Madison Coal Honest Weight Coal Co. J. W. STINE, Mgr, BURN LAUREL RUN LUMP COAL. HIGH In heat, low in ash. No clinkers. $3.75 ton delivered. Office only at 227 oth Ave. Phona 2-4380. j. BURN PAGE COAL Get Our Weigh Bill G. F. Eichenlaub Coal Co. Vhune llurul 311123 BLANDBURG COAL AND SUPPLY CO. Export Coal (4.25 Madison Egg Prepaied $4.00 Madison 4 In. Lump $4.00 Driver collects. Dial 2-6288. BEST GRADES OF MOUNTAIN COAL— Special on Page and Rusty coal. Coal guaranteed. L. R. Gcphart. Dial 6900. DOUGHERTY, RUST* LUMP, C PRIME coal. Best grade. Pick mined. 13.75 ton la 2-ton lots or mare. Dial 6067. ALL KINDS OF MOUNTAIN COAL. 13.75 per ton, I'/, or more. All other kinds of hauling. Dial 6773. BOARDING WANTED—1 OR 2 BOARDERS IN PRI vata home, all conveniences. Home priv lieges. Inquire 911 3rd Ave. RENT—Unfurnished Rooms s^N^-*V-vN^*X^S/^*V*W*^-\*VS'SX^>^XNXV^X 2 ROOMS, KITCHENETTE, BATH, $20 PEK month, 3 rooms, bath, newly painted, pa nered, $22 per month. Heat, janitor aervic furnished, Dial 2-7588. 6X0 4th St. 326 4th AVE,—3 UNFURNISHED ROOMS and bath, heated, for light housekeeping Reference required. Rent $25. 888 26th ST.—3 CHEERFUL ROOMS kitchenette and bath. Heat furnished Rent $23, Young couple. Inquire 882 28th St RENT—FURNISHED ROOM! •S'X'S/X'VXS^ySXS^s/V^t'NXNSS'NSSXs^^N'N^N^ 1204 14th AVE. — HALF BLOCK FRON Fenn-Alto, furnished room in home o two. Gentleman only. Dial 2-6320. TWO FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGH' housekeeping. Hot, cold water in kitchen Private entrance. .Dial 6018. NEWLY FURNISHED, LIGHT. AIRX room's, all conveniences; well netited. Prlc $3 up. 1802 or 1602 V4 13th St. COMFORTABLE, NICELY FURNISHED sleeping rrama. Reasonable rent. Con venlences and use of phone. Inquire 140 12th St. or Dial 2-4053 128 14lh AVE.—2 NICELY FURNISHED rooms, private homo, all convenelncea, Gentlemen only. Halt block, from Ponn-Alto. nqulre 1812 13th Ave. IOMPLETELY FURNISHED APTS.—2 TO 5 rooms, private bath. Maid service dally o bachelors. Inquire 60S loth St. COMPLETELY FURNISHED HOUSEKEEP- Ing modern apartment building. Automatic water heating plant, same tempera-' lire day and night. Electric range, electric efrlgeratlon. Week or month. Also ons urnlshed • apartment with conveniences, 1 (lock from trolley station at Lukemont, $20 icr month. Dial 2-1862. Sen these cozy apartments at 1818 llth Ave. MODERN FIRST FLOOR APT., 4 ROOMS. bath, newly furnished, papered and palnt- cl; also furn. 3-room house, bath. 802 21at St., Apt. 6. LAKEMONT—FIRST FLOOR OF DUPLEX, 4 rooms and bath. Laundry, yard, electric washer. Also second floor of same duplex, partially furnished. ,Dial 1723. 3-ROOM: APT., HEAT, LIGHT GAS. phone. Rent $35. Dial 2-9103. COSTS NOTHING TO LOOK AT clean, cheery Apt. with bath. 715 8th vtay save time. Heat light, etc., included reasonable rent. , Plal 0301. COMPLETELY \ FURNISHED, EVERY- thing private, first floor, 3 rooms and bath, hardwood floors, abundance of heat. 511% 28th St. Dial 8301. Unfurnished Apartments ^XN^^s>^^XXS^y^*^s^ v ^»s^/^s/«s^v'^**'SX* DESIRABLE APTS., 4 ROOMS AND BATH and 6 rooms and bath. Centrally located. Janitor service. Dial 2-7014. APARTMENT, 010 2nd ST., JUNIATA, 5 rooms, bath, gas, porches, yard. Rent $22, inquire 1107 llth Ave. 510 7th AVE.—5 ROOMS AND BATH, HOT •water heat, porch, shades, range. Dial 2-0714 or 7276. 2325 6th AVE.—FIRST FLOOR, 4 ROOM* and bath. Heat furnished. Dial 2-4383. $65.00—2706 W. CHESTNUT A.VE., « rooms, bath, hardwood floors, electric refrigerator. $47.00—2402 Broad Ave., 6 rooms, tila bath. $35.00—1211 8th Ave., 1st floor, 6 rooms, bath, heat and shades. $33.00—2603 5th Ave., 5 rooms, bath, heat. $30.00—001 8th Ave., 5 rooms, bath, heat and shades, $25.00—101 9th Ave., .Tunlata, 3 rooms, bath, front and rear porches. $23.00—2923 Pine Ave., flrst floor duplex, four rooms, bath, one car garage. $20.00 ,807 Bell Ave., 2ny and 3rd floor*. $19.00—1008 8th Ave., 3 rooms, bath and heat. McVEY-FARIS CO., Central Trust Bldg. i Dial 7128. APT., 5 ROOMS AND BATH. HEAT, shades and stove. Low rental. Reference required. Inquire 2217 Broad Ave. 3-ROOM APARTMENT, ALL CONVEN- lences; also 4-room house. Rent very reasonable. A. DleKman, 203 12th St. 2303 8th AVE.—APARTMENTS, 4 AND * rooms. Bath, heat, laundry, all modern conveniences Inquire 711 23rd St. 1 VACANCY IN ALTOONA 1 S MOST 'XIP- to-date Apt., Don-Yell. 2-8477. 1511 13th St. 1211 15th ST.—OLENHURST APT.?' _ , rooms, bath, hardwood floors, shades, kitchen fully equipped. Inquire above address, Apt. No. 2. SECOND FLOOR APT., 210 10th ST., LIV- ing room, 2 bedrooms, bath room, kitchen and breakfast nook. Hot water heat furnished. Dial 2-6325—2-0383. MAJESTIC APT.—APARTMENT CONSIST- Ing ot 'living room, breaMaat room, Wtth- enette. bedroom, bath, enclosed front porch and all conveniences, $35; also apartment at $30. Dial 2-8380 or after 6 p. m. 2-8160. APARTMENT, 9 ROOMS AND BATH, AND 4 rooms and bath. 3957 6th Ave. Dial 2-9446. 3rd AVE. AND 2nd'ST.—5 ROOMS AND bath. Hot water and hot water heat furnished. Rent $30. Inquire 132 3rd -Ave, Dial 3-9540. 407 HOWARD AVE.—2nd FLOOR APT., 4 rooms and bath, all conveniences, lares front and back porcnes. Reasonable rent. Inquire 1st floor, 1013 Chestnut Ave. 4-ROOM APARTMENT WITH BATH, breakfast nook, range, linoleum, laundry trays frigldalre. Phone 3-9514. 400 2nd St., Juniata. Also 3-room apartment, OOZY APARTMENT, 3UNIATA, 900 4th Avc., second floor, 4 rooms, bath and porches. Heat and all conveniences. Dial 6767 or 5621 VVAYNE APT. BLDG., 1108 18th ST. S rooms,, bath, heat, all conveniences. Dial 2-7993. 1029 5th AVE.—THIRD FLOOR APART• ment, five rooms, bath and pantry. Stov» and blinds furnished. Dial 2-8048. 3 ROOMS AND BATH AT 224 3rd AVE. No. 1 condition. Gas range and heater furnished. Price $16 per month. Inqulra of A. R. Dllllng, 623 4th Ave. Dial 2-6646. 4 ROOMS AND BATH, ALL CONVEN- lences. Rent reasonable to right party. Inquire 910 8th Ave. SEVERAL DUPLEXES ON 26th ST., BE- tween Broad and W. Chestnut, nt reduced rents. Also at 2501 Broafl Ave. Either with or without heat. A nice 4-room low*v duplex on corner, of 28th St. and W. Chest-, nut, with gas range. $30 month. Inqulfti Room 402, Commerce Uldg. Dial 2-0301 or 6691. TWO FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT housekeeping, second floor, all conveniences. Inquire 850 17th St, LARGE, WELL FURNISHED FRONT room In modern home. Splendid section; refined business man Reference. Inquire 2627 Broaa Ave. Dial 4772. ROOMS FOR LODGING AND ALSO LIGHT housekeeping. Light, heat, gas. Rent Reasonable. Free parking. Inquire 1411 8th Ave. FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH /ILL CON- veniences. Reasonable rent Inquire 1807',4 20th Ave. WARM, WELL FURNISHED ROOM, IN private family. Breakfast It desired. Inquire 2300 Broad Ave. 1502 7th AVE.—NICELY FURNISHED front room with alcove lor light housekeeping. 2-0480. Opp. Junior High school. Dial 2 ROOMS, FURNISHED COMPLETE FOR light housekeeping, all modern conveniences. References. Children objectionable. Inquire 801 Chestnut Ave. RUSTY LUMP, McNELIS. BLANDBURG, Dysart Loudon, $3.85 single ton; Madison, 4.2ft; Greensburg, $4.50: y t too $2.25. Dial Sumo muutliH "no when Major Junu'N J''ltzmuurlce arrived In America fur lila tlrnt visit, th» neivKpuperit from cuitut to roust bluidiii'd hl» arrival with "extruh" but when lit* returned to New Vurk un the (ierniun Iluer Jirt'nifii the utlicr day do \vus liurdly Tlio Urst tluii* lie urrlvi-d, l>> I lie «uy, wus tvlifii hi' HI-H tin- Atlantic with Ciiptaln lioclil uud Jturun von llueiu-fi'ld in I lie uiuiiuphinH ilrvmen uuti lamlt-tl ut Hrefucly Ibluud. and Porothy Latterly. GREENWOOD Service i-lusn of (ireen- your LOST-LADY'S WHIST WATCH. ELGIN, while gold, clirumlum plate bracelet at- tm-tii-il. Kldorudu cur. Saturday 4 p. in. Kewurd. AiMreaa P. O. Box M8. WuuU United Urnlhivn rhmvh will llli-i-l LOST-BUNCH OF KKYS ON StlNQ. FBOM fur its business .st'.-uiiuti in thu church at 7.30 tomorrow I'Vi-ning. After the mui-tlng there will b..- un enU-rtuin- lueiit Hud n.-l'ri-shiiii-ul3 will be served. lltli St.. &th'St. un Mh Ave. Dial 2-f>'tJU3. SUIT CASE, LOST Ol-'F TKUCK. OCT. 30, MOVING—MOTOR VAN SERVICE TO ANY ! MOUNTAIN COAL—ALL KINDS.' RUSTY pulnt. Local a nil long distance. Moving , Lump, 1, 2, 4 ton lots, J3.7S, JJ.OO, £4.25. Aluo trucks on contract. by padded vuns. Flier's Transfer, Office phone 77JU. KILLINOfR — LOCAL A NO IX3NG DIS- tunce moving. Experienced piano work. Put In same day. Dial 56SO. COAL 1 COAL! COAL! Loudon coal for 10 days at $3.75 per ton. AH other mountain coal at reasonable priced. Contract hauling by day or hour. Dial 2-0716- — Dial 2-4817. I WE BURN WHITBRED'S KL1NKERLESS 1330 12th AVE.. OPPOSITE GABLE'S, FUR- nUhed for light housekeeping. Dial 2-1)349, EAST SIDE—FURNISHED KITCHEN AND bedroom, 1 or 2 axlutta, all Rent $18. Dial 2-2817. 2 FURNISHED ROOMS IX PRIVATE home, all conveniences, Including water and sink in kitchen. Rent very reasonable 2404 W. Chestnut Ave, ROOMS FOR LIGHT conveniences, Inquire TWO FURNISHED housekeeping, all 2400 Oth Ave. LADIES OR GENTLEMEN, DAY OR week, all conveniences. Rent $2.50 wk. nit Inq. 901 Chestnut Ave. Dial 2-4888. ASHES. RUBBAGE, PAPER AND GARB- ! coal with Joy and pleasure. We operate FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT HOUSE- . . Altounu ami 'J'yroiie. Reward. US age hiuled from restaurants and ur jji u ] especially. Dial 2-fi8b7. atores mines, buy dd'ect get full measure, fire. Harry II. Flgart. Dial 8083. Holds keeping. References required. No children, toiuirs 918 Howard Ave. Dial 2-0733. CORNER BROAD AVE. AND 30th second floor, 6 rooms and bath. Excel! Condition. For Information Dial 6986 or 7197. ith K& Excellent RENT—HOUSES $40.00—4903 6th AVE., BRICK BUNGALOW, 5 rooms and bath. $30.00—1224 15th Ave., 6 rooms, bath, all conveniences. S30.00—18.09 19th Ave., 9 rooms, bath, enclosed front and rear porches. $30.00—Harrison, near 1st St.—6-room brick home, all conveniences. 2-rar garage. $30.00—Corner 19th Ave. and 12th St., a tooma, bath, all conveniences. i 530.00—Brick home near Gardner's Mllli, fl rooms, bath, electric light, 1-car garage. $22.00—1509 Sth Ave., B rooms, Oath, electric light and gas, $18.00—1210 6th Ave. 6 rooms, electric light and gas. $18.00—1303 2nd Ave., 6 rooms, conveniences with toilet In cellar. Many $16.00—601 2nd Ave., Junlata, 5 rooms, light, gas. House In very good condition. $15.00—224 6th Ave.. Juniata, 5 rooms, electric light. McVEY-FARIS CO., Central Trust Bldg- Dial 7128. NEWLY PAINTED AND PAPERED, «. room house, all improvements. Inquire J. H. Giarth, 1323 19th Ave. Dial 2-8637. FOR RENT— 6-ROOM HOUSE, LOCATED at 714 Jackson Ave., Pleasant Same can be bought on like rent. Phone 2-3750. Valley. DUPLEX, I ROOMS WITH CONVEN- lences, to a quick renter S16 month, catcd 105 E. Walnut Ave. Dial 2-1862. Lo- 217 CRAWFORD AVE.—7 ROOMS. BATH, furnace, electricity, gas, hot water. Gar- uge. Rent $30. Inquire °,15 Crawford Ave. Dial 2-0190. 1817 7th AVE., JUNIATA—8 ROOMS, HEAT and light. Rent $18 moith Inquire Chus. A. Auker. 1321 llth Avc. 1808 6th AVE.—5-ROOM HOUSE WITH. taa, light and toilet. S20 per mo Cum. A. Auker, 1321 llth Ave.

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