Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on November 5, 1929 · Page 2
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frfE AttCOMA LS>l9%L. COAL PRODUCTION IN NATION GAINS Pennsylvania Mines Do Not Quite Keep Pace With Country at Large In Week finding Oct. 19. (Sppcln! lo Mloonn Mirror.) WASHINGTON, D. C., Nov. 5.— Bituminous coal mined In Pennsylvania during the weekended Oct. 19 totaled 2,925,000 tons as compared with 2,97!),000 tons the week before and with 2,752,000 tons during the corresponding 1928 week. These figures were announced hero today by the department of commerce, which also stated that bituminous production for the country as a whole was 11,383,000 tons during the week ended Oct. 2«, This represented an Increase of 233,000 tons or 2.1 per cent over the country's production of 11,150,000 tons the week before. It WB.B also well abovo the 11,248,000- tons total for the corresponding week last year. The dally average of soft coal production during the week ended Oct.. 26 was 1,897,000 tons tin compared with p.n average of 1,858,000 tons daily the week before and 1.874,000 tons dally during the similar 1928 week. Preliminary telegraphic returns of the American Hallway association indicated that for the llrst two days of tha week beginning Oct. 28 there were 70,668 cnrs loaded with bituminous a« against 68,975 cars the week before, Indicating continuance of the upward trend In production. The association also stated that 203, 202 cars of coal originated on the lib principal coal-carrying roads of thr country In the week ended Oct. 28, a« .compared with 198,271 cars the week before. Tidewater bituminous shipments from Hampton Roads totaled 472.02U tons during the week ended Oct. 26, as against 407,702 cars tho week before, while bituminous dumpings In vessels at Lake Erie ports amounted to 942.- S89 tons during the. week ended Oct. 17, as compared with 1,230,660 tons the week before. BtAIR COtMTV BOAS? S OP ttNJE TURKEY FLOCK Blair county has her 400 bushel potato men, ton litter swine men, 300 pound fat dairy men, and prize winner In the stain laying content, but 1929 brings Another Blair county farmer that claims title to being the turkey king of Blair county. The successful turkey raiser Is John H. Boyle, Claysburg. Mr. Boyle bought 160 day old pullets this spring aftd today he has 145 turkeys. Mr. Boyle, a man nearlngr 70 yeafa of age, attributes moat of his success to good management and long hours. When'you visit hlg home he usually Is found out with his turkeys, even spending aome nights sleeping on a bunk, located In the feeding room of his poultry house. Blair county farmers congratulate Mr. Boyle upon his great success in raising turkeys and wish him continued success In turkey(Jom. What flavor they had—• those beans baked in the old* bean-hole "of. the Maine woods/ Now for the first time reproduced in * * * * BEAN HOLE BEANS ftOtt& BATHING WO HAN. CHICAGO, Nov. 8.—Three bandits Invaded the bftthroo ••. where Mrs Flossya Haber was taking ft. shower and forced her to hand over $8,100 in jewels. ' Buy Your CUNNINGHAM TUBES from ALTOONA ELEC. SUPPLY CO 1120 12th Avo. Dial 2-8297 Vcsl We Sell CUNNINGHAM TUBES THE J. E. SPENCE ELECTRIC STORE 1310 12tb Ave. Dial Mill roes >ee what gc into the bean pot / Cunningham Tubes Altoona Radio & Electric Co 1818 12th Ave. Phone 2-S167 SALE OF NEW FALL FOOTWEAR! OXFORDS PUMPS, TIES STRAPS HIGH HEELS CUBAN HEELS PATENTS, VELVETS, OSfRICH, KIDS, SATINS AND SUEDES LEATHERS It has always been our policy to close out slow moving linen or short lots, at prices that ur« bound to move them, we never carry over any nhoes from one scuHon to another. Every pair mu.it be Hold and these low prlcoB will move them. 599 PAIRS Of newest fall and winter styles! Offered yoii tomorrow at cost! Below cost! And a little above cost! And right in the very height of the season! Women who are seeking, quulily and style, should buy several pairs of these smart shoes. Tomorrow at the greatest savings in our shoe history. IN THESE SIZES AND WIDTHS: All 3rand New Fall Styles! Sizes |2V&| '3 |3% AAAAA AAAA AAA AA A B C D 1 4 1 3 1 1 1 1 4 6 4% 1 3 16 1 5 1 1 8 ]2 16 1 5/ 2 | 6 1 3 12 1] 18 2 I 2 11 11 6/ 2 1 3 8 15 7 1 7 10 20| 18| 1U 13) 16) 5 3 4 1 7/ 2 |8 H 1 2| 1 cj 10 8| 9 9 7 3 1 1 4 6 1 1 85^| 9 1| 4|. 3| 2 1 1 Owing to the extraordinary low prices, there will be NO EXCHANGES AND NO REFUNDS EVERY SALE ABSOLUTELY FINAL Come and be properly fitted by our Expert fitters. Buy Several Pairs at the Greatest Savings of the Season! COMPANION SALE OF 93 PAIRS OF FALL FOOTWEAR Patent Buckle Pumps, Black Suede Step- Ins, in all sizes. High Heels and Cuban Heels. Every pair this season s style- Don't miss this opportunity! The greatest shoe sale of all times! Expert Shoe Fitters To Serve You You Can Take Our Word For It! That never have you seen such values! Such quality! Such new fall and winter styles, at such ridiculously low (trices! 1226 Eleventh Ave> JONA//ON & Co; Phone 6145 LOVELY COATS *68 and ®98 "ONY^'No. 450 Chiffon Hose Regularly $2.50 $1.50 3 pairs for $4.00 Perfect Quality All Silk from Top to Toe This beautifully sheer, all-silk chiffon hose will solve many a Chrsitmas-gift problem. Perfect quality hose, with slender pointed heel, in regular $2.50 quality. Buy three pairs for $4.00 and save an additional 50c. Fifteen beautiful shades. — Jonasson's — Main Floor — CLEARANCE! Only 16 Fur Coats Odd Garments Left for the Early Selling WEDNESDAY ONLY G OATS for slender youthful figures—coats for youthful matrons—coats with modified styling for the sedate woman. Flares, moulded contours and straightlines—black coats with black fur — black coats with light fur — fashionable brown coats with matching or contrasting fur trimmings- English green coats. Your coat is surely here and you need not go beyond these two groups at $68 and $98. Princess model pictured above is of velour du noir with deep border and collar of Caracul. $98. .— Jonasson's — Second Floor — j Jonasson Hats of Felt and Soleil A special purchase of seventy-five hats, reproductions of original Parisian Imports, enables us to offer them at this amazingly low prioe. Felts, vis- a-vis and aoleila, in many interesting brimmed or brlmlesa themes, in all colors and headsizes. \ -•-Jonasson's — Third Floor — A New Shipment to Meet the Pressing Demand for HALF SIZE DRESSES fashioned of Originally $150 to $550 Now $79,50 to $275 This limited selection of fur coats is offered at such an emphatic saving to clear our stocks. Each garment is of the expected fine Jonasson quality, silk-lined, and smartly styled. Furs are Sealine, Car- acul, Hudson Seal and American Broadtail. Broken sizes; only one of a kind. For WEDNESDAY ONLY at this price. — Jonasson's — Second Floor — Cfcconne' (Imported Transparent VelvetBroohe) Similar to Those We Offered Last Week at 16 .75. Fjiconne is an imported ' transparent velvet broche announced in the late October Paris Openings, and offered by Jonasson's in Altoona almost immediately. Never before, to our knowledge, have dresses of transparent velvet broche been sold for less than $35, making this a doubly attractive offering tomorrow at $16.75. Colors are black, brown, •rreen, and the new shades of blue. Size. to 26'/ 2 * — Jonasson's — Second Floor —

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