Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on November 7, 1929 · Page 38
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.38 "... ,'.••• • ' . ,«,' te '.'••v . r tl ' A . '• "' T/^'^ it ;fW^6y>'*'!l; '''<?'' -f ^-i.^/ /£"'™-5 '* ' ' < ' 1:, x '' ... _ ,, , <• ' , u- ^ ; ' t/< *./•••; . ._L > V"V* ,1 ' ', ' ' . ' . ' - t, ,f^ .'.',< , . —• ' THE At/PQp.MA MIRROR-THURSDAY, NOVEMBER ?> \$& _ . . L" "ITITllr ' ~ ST. CLAIRSV1LLE Marv Walter of Bedford was a guest over ihe week-pnd of Miss Mr and Mra. Beans Showaltcr nnd son of Enst Fn Vdom visited B few days with the I "ormrr's parents Mr. and Mrs. Ross SI Viwultor. Mr. and Mrs. .T< > >hn Cramer of Altoona were cnllors on Wednesday afternoon at the home' «of Mr. nnd Mrs. B. F. AkP. Mrs. Emma Beamv vettirned home after spending tho s tmrmr with her daughter Mrs. Charle, i Mangle of Akron, O. • Mr. and Mra. Wllllai tt Akn and son Winter With Fuel Isn't Half So Cruel—Get Your Goal Today—See Coal Ads LEGAL NOTICES ^NXN/"vXNX\y*W^*XSX'V^V*XN AUDITOR'S NOTICE In Re: Estate of Owen G. Roberts, lute of the Borough of Martlnshurg, County of Blair, and State of Pennsylvania, deceased. Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned Auditor, appointed by the Orphans Court of Hlalr County to puss upon all claims ngnlnst the Estate of Owen O. Roberts and imike distribution of Hinds In the hands of J. Lee Pluminer, Administrator, to , f . .. IIHIlun Ol J. Ij'rl: I IUIIIIU':| , *,MIII,IH.TH ....*•., *•* Glenn visited relatives of Altoona I , in ,| nmon| , uie parties legally entitled to re- Thursday. Mrs. Frank Kauffman spent Thursday with her daughter Mrs. Charles Shaffer of Osterhurg. j cnlvu the 'same, will sit to discharge the duties of his appointment, at. his office, No. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Shr t>v«r and BOH Bobby were guests on Si mdsiy of the former's father Samuel £»ir<nver. Mr. nnd Mrs. Irvln Booffn, son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Thnrldeus Beam, Mr. and Mrs. Ho M<T Deffibaugh and Harry Benm of Akron,' O., visited relatives and friends of this place last week. William Grlndle returned norm; Sunday after spending a few v-'oekei with his sister Mrs. John Cramer of Altoona. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ficltm 401 Allegheny Street, Hollldnysburg, Blair County, Pr-nnsylvanlii, Tuesday. November 2(1, 1929, at ten o'cloek in the forenoon, PERSONALS SULPHUR VAPOR BATHS AND MA8- sage. Dr. Kruso system. iJial 2-7835 fot appointment.. Mrs. Chas. t). Cusner. LK MUK PERMANENT STEAM WAVE, $B. with settlnK marcel 35c. Manicure 35c. Finger wave BOO. Dial 4213. REMOVAL NOTICE! MHS. JEAN V A UGH AN Beauty Salon removed from 1411 llth Ave. to Suite 341 and 342, Third floor, CENTRAL TRUST BLDQ. Elevator Service. Phone 2-5636. CONTRACTING—REPAIRING •VvA.>»XV<»/V/>/**>XWX\/VV^>*S/\/>X>^VS/V KEYSTONE Armature Works 1814-16 Union Avenue, Altoona. Phone a-8742. Armature Winding. Motor Repairing, Winding Fields,-Colli, Electric Magnets, Motor*, Generators, Elevators, Machine Works. when nnd whoro nil pnrilns Interested In the snld pntati! may nppwir nnd present 'heir rpwpfcllve clnfnit? or he forever debarred from pnrtlclputlnK In the distribution. GEORGE (}. PATTERSON, Attorm-y-at-Law, Hollldaysburs Pa', Auditor. October .10, 1929. LEGAL NOTICE Notice In hereby Riven that on and after November sixteenth 'ID), A. I). 1«2U. the uniJerslKnetl, voters find property owners In Wetmwood district, Logan Township, Pcnn- cylvnnla, will circulate a petition among the voters and property owners In the Wehnwood dlntrlct of Logan Township, Blair _,.,-_...., VUli'iri IUHJ IMIIJIVIIJI uniiciD tn LIU; »»'TIIII- Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ficltm and woocl aMrlr _i „; Logan Township, Blair daughter Doris and Mrs. Oorle nnd County, Pennsylvania, for tho purpose of famllv of near Weyant spent'. Sunday securing tho signatures of throe-fifths of lamiiy or "<•«•' !V/' . !. Kliinlev lhl! Vl)tcr " of snl ' 1 district and tho consent of at the home of Mi. and AITB. ,rtuiniey nmjor | ly of lno property owners, In uurn- Crllly. Mrs. Samuel Slick and motl *>r Mrs. Anthony Moaks were Bcdfoird visitors Saturday. Gerald Flckes, Lon MacClnnxy and Russell Flckes each killed a lnrp> wild turkey Friday and Ilnlph HenKil and Paul Wagner each killed one ort rriies- day. Mrs. Rebecca Ake and danghtcij MIsH Ada nnd little granddaughter .Helen Warrcll were guests on Sundl ty of Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy McGinnis ol' McKees. The officers and members ol Goldora Rcbekah lodge attended tlie district meeting of the Rcbekah lodges of Bedford county held In Bedford in the I. O. O. F, hall last Wednesday afternoon and evening. Mr«, Mary R. Fowder, president; Elizabeth B. Slone, secretary and Martha 71:. Parry, treasurer, of the Rebekah Assembly of Pennsylvania, held thin. meet- Ing, Tho assembly officers of Maryland were present also. SOUTH ALTOONA Mr. and Mrs. Ed Trccsc and ftimlly of WIIIIamHhiirg were Saturday evening dinner guests at the home bf Mr. and Mrs. W. J. TreeHc, A very enjoyable Hallowe'en birthday party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pheamnt at -1027 Fifth avenue last Saturday afternoon from 3 to 6 o'clock In honor of their daughter Enid's 4th blrthdny nnnlvermiry. The house was very attractively decorated in orange and black. Miss Enid received some lovely presents. Games and music helped make up the afternoon'H entertainment. Deli- clous refreshments were served. Those present were Jean Clark, Vivian Houghston, Betty Tornllnson, Juno Clawson, Mario Tomllnson, Amy Shaner. Betty Rollins, Deloin Houghston, Julia Rollins, Olga Corgcr, Thomas Strickland, Joseph Shaner, Billy Jones,' Lewis Strickland, John Burget, Donald Pheasant of Hollidayshurg and Mr. and Mrs. Pheasant. Mrs. Charles Clawson of 4021 Fifth, avenue is confined to her home by ill- Delo/.ler of Grconsburg were weokr-end guests at the homo of Mrs. Eva Lane. bent ami Intorost, praying for the annexation to tho City of Altoonn, Pennsylvania, or tho iKTelmifter described section of Logan Township; said petition to bo then presented to tlio Mayor anil City Council of the City of Altoona, Pennsylvania, with a request that the »nld Mayor and Council take tho nece.wiry ucllon to annex the nald section of Logan Township to tho City of AI, toona, Pennsylvania, In accordance with tho I Act ot Assembly dated the 9th day of May, A. D. 1029. Tho hereinafter mentioned section of Logan Township In more fully described as follows, to wit: Beginning at tho present City line of the City of Altoona, at tho Intersection of tho Northwestern property lino of 30th avomto and the Northeasterly property line of 2nd street produced; thence N, 8° 5' W. 670 Iln. foot more or les« to tbo Intersection of the Westerly and Northerly boundary linos of tho Alto Manor Plot; thence along the Northerly boundary lino of tho Alto Manor Plot, N. fill" 15' E. a distance of 284 lln. foot; thonco, continuing along said Northerly boundary line N. 54° in' 1C. a distance of 973.02 lln, foot to lho Westerly property line of Junlitta Giip Road; thoncc N. .ll" 47' K. IHJ.27 lln. foot to tho oxIstliiK City line at Its Northerly angle point on t)A Northeasterly property line of tho Junlrttfi Gap Road; thence along tbo existing City Jinn of lho City of Altoona, the following ilmcrlbcd courses and <llstnnce«: nlonR Junlatu Gap Rond, S. 43° 23' K. KM lln. foot, to a point; thcncn H. .13° 42' F,. 525 lln. feet to IL point on Wopwononock Avenue; thetico, S. 20° 32' K. (10 lln. feet; thence, along the Junlata Gap Road S. 51" 12' E. 250 foot; thence, along tho Junlata Gap Road fl, fift" 29' E. 12ft feet to a point; thence, 8. 39" W. 184 foot to a point; which Is at Kettle Street and Old City line; thence, Southwesterly along tlie Northeast property lino of 25th Alley, 910 lln. foot to the Narthoasterly curb lino of Ifit Street; thence, South along the said curb line 7.5 feet to tho center lino of 25th Alley; thcnco Southwesterly along the. center line of 25th Alley, 440 lln. feet to'the Northeasterly property lino of znn rttreet; thence, In a Northerly direction along the Northeasterly property lino of 2nd Street and the extension ot name, 1012.5 lln. feet to the Northwesterly property line of 30th Avenue, or placo of beginning, containing approximately 04.4 acres. R. E. BOWDEN, 121 E. Udtli Avenue. G. L. SCIIAAF, Coloman Road. HARRY E. CLARKE, Attorney. ness. Mr, nnd Mrs. Walter WATERSIDE Russell Clapper of Yellow Creek nailed on Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kuga- S'lao on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Albert Acker of Hoarlng Spring spent Thursday night and Friday with her sister Mrs. Ada-m Gates. W. B, Baker and wife were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mra. Ira Detwller at New Enterprise. Miss Mary Buker attended the Y. P. D, meeting at Wllllamsb\irg on Sunday. Mrs. H. S. Stonerook and Mrs. J. B. Baker were at Saxton last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Fox, Mrs. Kathryn Fox and Mrs. Malzlo Blddlo of Roaring Spring, Mrs. David Fluff, E.' E. Brown, wife and son Robert of Altoona were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Brown. , Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown and U. E. Replogle of Woodhury were Saturday visitors of P. K. Brown and .wife. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Bush and children of Clayshurg were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Carhaugh. O. K. Beach and wife and daughters Maurlnu and Virginia and son Paul nnd Rev. L. F. Holsinger spent Sunday with Lester Holsinger and family In Martlnsburg. Frank Amlck and wife and daughters Dorothy and Cnthryn und son Dean spent Sunday with JCSHU Imler and wife at Woodbury. Chester Ford and family of Hopewell were Sunday visitors of A. N. Walter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Forohey nnd two daughters of Henrietta spent Hun- day afternoon in thu homo of David King. Mr. and Mrs). George Rhodes nnd daughters Helen and Dorothy of Llys- won, Misses Margaret Rhodes and Esther Honsaker of Martlnshurg were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mrs. J. F. Brumbaugh. Howard Steels and son Donald of Akron, O., were week-end visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Steele. Rev. and Mrs. C. B, Smith of Brldgewater, Va., und Mrs. Alice Davis of Texas Corner wuru Tuesday afternoon visitors of O. K. Beach und family. Mr. and Mrs. David King ara the proud grandparent* of a baby girl, which the atork li'ft ut thu homu of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Huntsman in Martinsburg on Wednesday night. Mr. und Mm. David King upont Sun day with Mr. and Mra. Frunk lluntu- man in Martlnsburg. PUBLIC SALE PUBLIC! BALE OF VIRGINIA ' COLTS AND HORSES At I. E. Brumbaugh's stnbln, MartlnBburg, Pa., on Friday, Nov. 8, 1929, 20 head of Virginia horses anil colts, as good as I ever shipped -to Blair Co. Special mention of a pair of 4 and 5 year old sorrel horses, weighing-.1,000 Ibs.; also a black 3-year-old, weighs 1,600 IbH.; other mated teams In greys and blacks. Also nomn real colts; a pair of dark ronn sucking colts. Como and see them noil. Sale, at 1 o'clock p. m. E. E. MILLER. Chambcrsburg, Pa. BARLEY, Auct. NISLEY, Clerk. TAKK ADVANTAGE OF OUR SPECIAL tuition for students starting this week. Curry School of Beauty Culture, 1224 13th Ave. Dial 2-300B. . PA.- ners and books. Our demands are heavy. 710 Sth Ave., Salvation Army. Phone 2-3730. ___ SALVATION ARMY SOCIAL SERVICE— — 710 8th Ave., will help you eliminate fire hazard by removing your waste papers, rags, etc. Dial 2-3730 and an official truck call for your donation. HALLOWE'EN SUITS FOR RENT, 6flo UP; also maaks and faces, 113 3rd St. PLUMBERS, STEAM FITTERS, HEATERS and apprentices—Study In your spare time and earn more. It will assist you to get registered. For details write to. International Corrcs, Schools, Room 41, Goldschmld Bldg. LOST—FOUND ^S^s^-w*w'SX>^^^*.^^^VX*'N^N. STRAYED FROM 817 BELL AVE., BROWN Collie dog. Answers to "Brownie." Reward If returned to above address. Concrete and Cinder . Call East Side Coal & Supply Co. 812 Sth St. Dial 8175. GUARANTEED CARPENTER REPAIRS dono on short notice. Also garages. Reasonable rates. D. E. Salsglver. Dial 2-0152. LOST—GERMAN POLICE DOG. CLEAR- fleld Co. license No. 30. Dial 2-4239 or 122 23rd Ave. BLACK BRIEF CASE, LOST BETWEEN Oiillltzln and Crcsson. Reward Double Seal Ring Sales, 904 Chest. Ave. Dial 2-5135. , . L^ BILL FOLD CONTAINING SUM OF MON- ey and driver's license, lost on tlth Ave., between 12th or 10th St. or on Falrvlew car. Reward If returned to E. B., 1107 20th Ave. LOST--2 KEYS AND SHOE HOOK ON ring, from llth St., 9th St., on 5th Ave. Dial 2-H693. DOO WEARING LICENSlB NO. 3197, CAM- brla Co., found near Dean. Owner can have same by paying for ad and keep, at 130 IMno Ave., Altoona. BOSTON BULL, BREAST AND 2 FRONT feet are white. Answers to "Pat." Reward. Dial 2-0348. WANTED—OUTSIDE RADIO SALESMEN to run down hot prospects. Must have an auto suitable to haul one radio sot. Inquire Altoona Radio and Electric Co., 1318 12th Ave. $80—$100 MONTH 2 young men, special work. Experience not necessary. Advancement. See Mr. Barkley, 9-11 or 4-8 only, Colonial hotel. 2 CARPENTERS FOR BRIDGE WORK OUT of town. Inquire L. R. Mathleu, 1824 Union Ave. CRESSON Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Juppaluccl oh- WE DESIRE, IN THIS MANNER, TO thank our many friends and neighbors for their kindness during the Illness and death of our mother and grandmother, Mrs. Irene C. Brandt. Also for tho beautiful floral tributes and use of cars. HER DAUGHTER MRS. MARAOET CONNOR, AND MRS. MARGARET MARRON AND CHILDREN. WE DESIRE, IN THIS MANNER, TO thank the girls of the Junlata silk mill and our dear frlcndH and neighbors for their kindness shown us during the Illness nnd death of our beloved daughter and sister Anna 7.. Gorman. Also for tho beautiful flowers and use of automobile**. MR. AND MRS. W. II. GORMAN AND FAMILY. IN MEMORIAM. WANTED—RADIO SERVICE MAN WITH car. Write 5898-L, care Mirror. SALESMAN—SPECIALTY CANDY LINES to stores. Sal. Com. Don't answer unless you have considerable experience and car. Write No. 0549-L, Mirror'Office. WHY HESITATE To have a new furpace Installed or have repairs made to the old fur- na.ce? We take pleasure in showing our line of Front Rank Steel Warm Air Furnaces. J, W. SHOENFELT Dial 2-6145. 881 17th Street. Sheet Metal Work Roofing— Spouting— Metal Ceilings H. SABATHNE &SON 70S Eighth Ave. Dial 6512. PAINTING— PAPERING PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING— First class work by experienced men. Estimates cheerfully furnished. J. B. White, 217 E. Crawford Ave. Dial 2-8092. PAINTING AND INTERIOR DECORATING. I paint anything that Is palntable. I have also some antique flower crocks on hand. Dial 8474. J. L. Diamond, 3419 Sth Ave. SALE—MISCELLANEOUS COAL RANGES AND GAS STOVES, GOOD condition. 712 7th St. Will sell reasonably. Inquire S95 ORTHOPHONIC VICTOR VICTROLA, 1 year old, with records. Price $40. Dial 2-9004. -.•*•FOR SALE—PRACTICALLY NEW B FLAT saxophone, for lees than half price. Dial 2-1578. !m USED FURNITURE See' our stock before buying. Greatest 905-07 Sth Ave. FURNITURE CO Dial 2-8358. PARCHMENT LAMP SHADES SPECIAL $1.19. W. W. BABCOCK, 1312 12th Ave. W S. AAROfT, 1429 12th AVE. Used Furniture Dept.—Worth While Prices Hand washers In good condition, $9; oil hoatern, $2; restaurant tas range, $19.50; Don't buy a radio until you hear the new Temple, ;• ONE BEAUTIFUL WALNUT SUITE, 'JON- slstlng of full vanity, chest of drawers, largo dresser and bow-end-hed. This suite was out two months. Regular price $250. ° 3 FURNITURE CO.. 910 Chestnut Ave. WOLF FURNITURE CO. OFFERS UN- usual good bargains. In their trade-in deportment on credit. Gray enamel refrlgera- br, $25; golden oak extension tables, $8 eather'davenports, $15 to $25; Me.Dougall kitchen cabinet, $35. See and hear the new Victor Radio at Wolf's. ALL KINDS OF SECOND HAND _ ture and stoves. Inquire S. S. Over, 360.2 3 .UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT 6th Ave. • housekeeping. Light, gas, heat furnished, FoiTsALB - HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE | Inquire 111 E. Walnut Ave. of the Jate Ida E. Bancroft of 2125 Sth Ave. A. HUT E Dependable House Painting. Wall Paper of Distinction. 2510-14 Seventh Ave. MOVING—HAULING KILLINGER — LOCAL AND LONG Distance moving. Experienced piano work. Contract hauling by day or hour. Dial 2-0710. ASHES, RUBBAGE, PAPER AND GARB- age hauled from restaurants and stores especially. Dial 2-5807. MEN—(TWO) 18 TO 30. NEAT; EXPER- icnco not necessary; will guarantee $80 to cover expenses. Must leave city at once. See Mr. Barkley, 4 to 7 Thursday tvenlng only, Colonial hotel. YOUNG MAN TO HELP ON VEGETABLE truck. Don't apply unless a worker. 702 12th St. after 7 p. m. WANTED—2 MARRIED MEN WITH CARS. •: No canvassing. $35 per week salary. Graduated scale of commission. Salary paM while In training. Must furnish character reference. Apply Mr, Walsbrcr, Penn-Alto hotel, Friday 9 to 12, 1.30 to 4. WANTED— EXPERIENCED WAITRESSES with neat appearance. Apply Gregory's, State College, Pa. Phone 402i GIRL TO WORK IN RESTAURANT. MUST know how to cook. Apply to 812 17th St. A GIRL WHO CAN WORK IN KITCHEN and wait on tables. Ave. Inquire 1511 llth WANTED—WOMAN FOR NIGHT TRICK. Apply Lake's restaurant, 808 24th St. IN SAD BUT LOVING REMEMBRANCE ' h ,,v«T KOOd hone of our mother, Mrs. Mary Stlffler, who de- ' have good lipme. . GIRL FOR GENERAL ifoUSEWORK. REFI erence required. In small family. Can Apply 2512 Broad Ave. parted this life one year ago today, Nov. 7, 1928. Sadly missed by her son and (laughter. RALPH 8TIFFLER AND LILA HALTON. MORTICIAN. No Charge for Use of Memorial Chapel Funeral Director 1421 Eighth Ave. Phone 7682. turned from a visit with relatives at Carroltown. Misses Margaretta Boutle, Marian' Miller, Yvctte Sunderlin und Irene Voile, havo returned from a visit at Pittsburgh. Mrs. Stella Crock of Pittsburgh Is visiting nt the home of her sister Mrs. Robert FriedholT. Misses Genevlove 'filiiter and Ruth Luib have returned from a visit ut Gettysburg. Rev. George L. Buyhu of Johnstown visited hero on Monday. Ho was formerly pastor of tho local Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ellenberger served their twenty-sixth wedding un- way. havo returned to their home at Klyrlu, O., after visiting friends In this place. Conrad Smith of the local high school faculty has returned from a visit with relatives at Irvona. Mr. and Mra. -William J. Ross and family of McKceH Rocks are viaitlng ut tliu home of the: former's mother Mrs. Annie Ross of the Penn hlgh- <riilti;r F. Jackson and Ralph Lee have returned from a vlalt at Harrisburg. CANAN STATION The ladles auxiliary to the Canan Station volunteer lire company *lll hold Ita November meeting Friday j veiling of this week at the home of niversary at their homu on Satui'd-iy, all of the children being present. They were married at St. Aloyuiutj church at the Summit by Rev. Father J. A. Kiernan on Nov. 2, 1903. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Toohey of R. D. No. 1 entertained the following guests at their home recently: Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Yatea of Pittsburgh, Mr. uud Mrs. H. V. Mash of Wilinerdlng, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rice and family of Latrobe, and Miss Grace Spain- of Loretto. Mra. Savins Pelllcone who has been a patient in thu Windber houpltal, hits returned to her home here. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Weakland and daughter Virginia, and Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hertzog have returned to their homes at Johnstown after visiting at the home of Mr. and Mra. A. A. Kirkpatrick. Mrs. Walter Brubaker and Mrs. Boyd P. Coy have returned from a viait at Altoona. Mr. and Mrs. Ellin Keith and son Paul, have returned from a viait with friends at Newry. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hoover have returned from a viait at Pattou and Chest Springs. Mra. J. F. Koobey bus returned to her home after visiting iviutivea ut Altoona. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Luther of JohUB- town have returned to their hninu aft-' the leg having bn-ii placed In a plaatcr er visiting relatives in thin [jlui-o. cast. H will be sumo weeka yet before Mrs. Adolph Klrlipatrick und son Mr. Alters will be ablt> to return to Of Keystone fcvenuo hav« re-' work, VACANCY FOR TWO WOMEN, OVER 28, Nov. 10, 1929, for Spencer Corsetlare. Must furnish best of references. Selective type women only need apply. Write for personal Interview, P. O. Box 29, Johnstown, Pa. EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER AND stenographer. Mint have reference,. Apply In own handwriting. Wrlto 6357-L, Mirror. WOMAN WANTS WORK IN PRIVATE homo by the day or cleaning offices. Can MOVING—LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE, with largest padded vans In city. Piano moving, crating furniture and storage' in fireproof building. J. H. "McKce, office 825 19th St Dial 2-6016. LONG DISTANCE MOVING. PADDED van. Storage, separate booths. Fireproof Bldg. Rlnc'K. 619 3rd Ave. Dial 5510—2-1261. MOVING—MOTOR VAN SERVICE TO ANY point. Local and long distance. Moving by padded vans. Also trucks on contract. Filer's Transfer, 1808 4th Ave. Dial 2-8739. Office phono 7779. MEAT MARKET .FOR RENT—FIXTURES and all 607 18th St. Good location. In- quire1927 12th Ave. SMALIi CONFECTIONERY BTORB . FOR ;20 month. 1930 12th Ave. Inquire rent, 1927 t, $2 12th Ave. FOR BALE—MANUFACTURING AND DIS' trlbutlng route. Profits $50 wdckly. Small airtount cash. Write'6188-C, care Mirror. Unfurnished Apartments 2303 8th AVE.—APARTMENTS, 4' AND 6 rooms. I Bain, heat, laundry, ail modern conveniences Inquire 711 23rd St. 1211 15ih ST.—GLENHURST APT., 4 roonis, bath, . hardwood floors, shades, kitchen fully equipped, dress, Apt. No. 2. Inquire abpve ad- Business ahcl Office Equipment Altoona Plate Glass Co/ Pool tables, cash registers, wall cases, show cases, Icelesa soda fountains, purchased through sheriff sales. Bargain for quick buyer. All size auto glass. 725 Green Ave. Dial 8886 or 2-7300. MAJESf 1C APT.—APARTMENT CONSIST- Ing of living rooni, breakfast room,'kitchenette, bedroom, bath, enclosed • front porch and all conveniences, $35; also apartment at 130. Dial 2-8380 or after 6 p. m. 2-8100. , 4 rooms and bath, 2-9446. 1029 Sth AVE.— THIRD FLOOR APART- ment, five rooms, bath and pantry, Stove and blinds furnished. Dial 2-8048. UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER, GOOD CON- dltioh. Will sell cheap. Call at 316 Walnut Ave. or 2-1211 after 7 o'clock. CENTRALLY LOCATED, ROOM WITH board, all. conveniences Use of phono. Dial.2-5234. WANTED—1 ,OR 2 BOARDERS IN PRI- vato home, all conveniences. Home privileges. Inquire 911 3rd Av.e. ' , WANTED—2 MEN FOR ROOM AND board in private home, all conveniences. Uso of phone. Dial 6522. RENT— Unfurnished Rooms.. SALE—HORSES & CATTLE ^xX^S^XSyS^v^XN^^^XV^^S^S^.^^V^VXSXK^^vXSX GUERNSEY COW AND A GUERNSEY hull, 10 months old. Reasonable prices. Inquire 2808 Washington Ave. FOR SALE—DOGS-PETS sx s>^XX^XV^>^^v^^^^>^V^^^<^^^'^^-~^' BULL PUPPIES, 7 WEEKS OLD. PEDI- greed. 2413 7th 'Ave. Dial 2-2490. BOSTON TERRIER PUPPIES,., 7 WEEKS old. Pedigreed. Dial 8027. 3 BEAUTIFUL BOSTON TERRIER PUPS for sale, nicely marked, 7 wks. old. Inquire Officer Dean, Bridge St., or Grazler- vllle, Pa. 888 ,26th ST.-^3 CHEERFUL' ROOMS, kitchenette and bath. Heat furnished. Rent $23. Y9\ing couple. Inquire 882.26th St. LARGE, WELL FURNISHED FRONT room In modern home. Splendid section; refined business man Reference. Inquire 2627 Broad'Ave. Dial 4772. ROOMS FOR LODGING AND ALSO LIGHT housekeeping. Light, heat, gas. Rent Reasonable. Free parking. Inquire 1411 8th Ave. FURNISHED ROOMS, WITH ALL CON- venlences. Reasonable rent. 1807% 20th Ave. Inquire POULTRY—FEED s ySXVXS/^*^X^-^^^^^^^^^*^ v ^-^' SINGLE COMB WHITE LEGHORN PUL- lets, from pure bred, trapnested stock. Cheap to quick buyer. Call Rural 17-R6. BLACK GIANT PULLETS AND COCKER- els. B. F. Bice, R. F. D. No. 2, Holll- daysburg. Phone 937-R6. • • BLACK GIANT CHICKENS FOR' For Information,, Dial 2-6238. SALE. WANTED TO BUY SXNX^\^VX^SXN^^V/"w'S*X^VXS^>XN. CASH PAID FOR PLAYER PIANO ROLLS. Keystone Piano Exchange, 803 Chestnut Ave. Dial 3-9736. LOCAL Alto LONG DISTANCE HAULING with largest padded van. Reasonable prices. Bryan, 104 E. 3rd' Ave'. Dial 6940. PIANO TUNING NEWER AND BETTER METHODS IN piano tuning and repairing. Air work guaranteed. R. D. Enterllne. Phone'4022. YOUR CHILD WILL NEVER LEARN HAR- mony on an out of tune piano. For expert work, Dial Laughlin 2-4860. 20 yra, ex. JALE^MISCELLANEOUS^ SPENCER CORSETS AND ABDOMINAL supports for dropped stomach, Boating kidneys, rupture, maternity and sprains. Mrs. Laura Valentine. Dial 2-1396. USED FORDSON TRACTOR WITH PLOWS. Mechanical condition O. K. W. S. Suckling, Hollldaysburg. Phone 652. give reference. 4th Avu. SOLICITORS WANTED Dial 6371 or apply 2504 proposition and good pay. Credit Clothing Co., 1507 11 WONDERFUL . Apply Liberal 1th Ave. MAN OR WOMAN WANTED WITH AM- bltlon und Industry, to Introduce And supply tho demand for Rawlelgh's Housphold Products tq steady users. Several line open- Ings In Altoona and nearby towns. Wo train mid help you. Rawlflgh dealers cun make up to $100 a week or more, No experience ni'.ci'ssary. Pleasant, work,, write today. Dept. PN-153, Frcoport, III. proirtable, dignified W. T, Rawleluh Co., SALESMEN Experienced canvassers to soil household necessity through W. S. Aaron store. A real Job, steady work. Commission paid weekly. Beginners earn $9 per day Will cover city and surrounding counties. Interview by appointment only, 9 u. m. to 4 p. m. Phone 7138. Ask for Mr. Baker. SITUATION WANTED—Male YOUNG MARRIED MAN WISHES POSI- tlon us chauffeur or truck driver. Repair own cars. 7 years' experience. Phone 2-8043. A BOY, 18. DESIRES WORK OF ANY kind. Write to 1007-D, care Mirror. YOUNfTMAN, 20 YKARS OF AGE, WISHES position, chauffeur or driver of delivery truck. Refcrcncou. Phono 2-581R. Situation Wanted—Female WANTED—POSITION AS HOUSEKEEPER. Write to Poslofflce Box 3, Mudera, Pemm. COAL MINE, NOW LOADING 100 TONS per day, places for 60 men. Can easily Increase output to 500 tons In short time. Good coal, favorable labor conditions. Electric motor, electric fan, self drainage, long Hiding, mine cars, mules, fully equipped and going, $6,000. Fred- B. .Moudy, P. 0. Box 474, Portage, Pa. Dealing In tne kind of real estate or personal property you wish to buy or sell. Specializing In the eale of coal mines and Industrial plants. POOL ROOM OUTFIT, COMPLETE. WANT- ed, working men with large families for 7- room houses and lots very close to Junlata shops and warm dinners. You can own one same us rent. See owner, 2918 6th Ave. PENINSULAR NO. 8 STEEL COAL RANGE, high nhclf, good baker. Good as new. Home evenings. 2518 8th Ave. JUST PURCHASED A LOT OF FIRST clasu restaurant fixtures. Will sacrifice to quick buyer. This Includes dishes, ateiun table, dish washing machine, etc. Inquire 1511 llth Ave. $95 VICTOR ORTHOPHONIC VICTROLA for sale cheap. Dial 2-9004. STABLE, 806 7th AVE. See George Lovan, 1509 8th St. Phone 2-5104. SWEET CIDER AND CABBAGE FOR WIN- ter. E. F. Johnson, Alto Heute .Cemetery farm. ONE ALL PORCELAIN BARBER CHAIR. Inquire 112 8th St. INSURANCE IN OLD-LINE, RELIABLE stock companies. Louis Ldx, Union 'Bank Bids. COAL ^^VNXXXV^. BURN PAGE COAL Get Our Weigh- Bill' G. F, Eichenl^ub Coal Co. ., Phone Rural 81H2S BLANDBURG COAL AND SUPPLY CO. Export Coal §f25 Madison Egg Prepared $4.00 Madison 4 In. Lump .......$4.00 Driver collects. Dial 2-S298. BEST GRADES OF MOUNTAIN COAL— Special on Page and Rusty coal. Coal guaranteed. L. R. Gephart. Dial|S900. A. L. GARMAN, WHOLESALE AND RE- tall dealer of Klondyke coal. Ask your truck driver or Dial 2-0887. MOUNTAIN COAL—ALL KINDS. RUSTY Lump, 1\ 2, 4 ton loti, $3.75, $4.00, $4.28. Put In san\e day. Dial 6880. 1502 7th AVE.— NICELY - FURNISHED front room with >alcove for light housekeeping. Opp. Junior High school, ' Dial 2-0450. ; - . 2 .ROOMS, FURNISHED -COMPLETE FOR •light housekeeping, all modern conveniences. References. Children objectionable. Inquire 801 Chestnut Ave. EAST -SIDE— FURNISHED KITCHEN AND bedroom, 1 or 2 adults, all conveniences. Rent $18. Dial 2-2817. TWO FURNISHED. ROOMS FOR 1 LIGHT housekeeping, 2400 6th Ave. . all conveniences. Inquire LADIES OR GENTLEMEN. DAY OR week, all conveniences. Rent $2.50 wk, up. Inq. 901 Chestnut Ave. Dial 2-4880, 1128 14th AVE;— 2 NICELY FURNISHED rooms, private home, all convenelnces. Gentlemen only. Half block from Penn-Alto. FURNISHED ROOM, SUITABLE FOR TWO, all conveniences, with or without board. Inquire 1812 13th Ave. 843 17th ST. — FURNISHED ROOMS FOR light housekeeping, all conveniences. Reasonable rent. Dial 2-8741. DESIRABLE FURNISHED ROOM- IN PRI- vate family. No children. Rent reasonable. Inquire 2504 Union Ave. THREE FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT housekeeping, 1619 17th Ave. all conveniences. Dial 2-7901. Inquire TWO FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT housekeeping, all conveniences. Call after 6. Inquire 2107 4th Ave. ATTRACTIVE FURNISHED ROOM, FINE location. Private home. Business man preferred. Dial 2-5810. TWO NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS FOR light housekeeping.. Newly painted and papered. Inquire 1218 15th Ave. TWO FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT housekeeping, all conveniences. Use of laundry.. Dial 2-2579. 2419 Sth AVE. — LARGE FRONT ROOM, nicely furnished, 2-7938. all conveniences. DIa WE BURN WHITBRED'S KLINKERLESS coal with joy and pleasure. We operate i Garage, mines,' buy direct, get full measure. Holds fire. Harry H. Flgart. Dial 9083. 1114 13th AVE.^-LARGE THIRD FLOOR front room, private family, newly papered, hot and' cold water In room. Use of phone, SEALFON COAL CO. • Quality coal, honest weight. 2209 Union Ave. Dial 8908 or 6210. PEOPLE'S COAL CO. 730 4th STREET. PHONB 2-7777. HARD COAL, EGG. STOVE AND NUT, $11.75. KEYSTONE MADISON SCREEN AND EGG PREPARED. $4.00. MILLER RUSTY LUMP AND DYSART, $3.75. • COLLECT ON DELIVERS. SERVICE BTJEL CO. TELEPHONES 2-3501 OR 2-0818 ONE OR MORE TONS: HARD COAL, EGG, OH NUT ...$11.75 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. COALI COAL! COAL I Loudon, Page and McNeils. Special runty Baker and Delaney Black Diamond, $3.75 per ton. A. S. McGraw, 2316 7th Ave. Dial 2-3024. ORDERS FOR MOUNTAIN COAL GLADLY filled. Bids on large orders. W. B. Hoover, 1301 6th Ave. Dial 2-6846. FOR RENT—ROOMS WITH OR WITHOUT board, in a private home. Home privl leges. 417 6th Ave. : Phone,6936. APARTMENT, 9 ROOMS AtJD BATH, AND 3957 Oth Ave, Dial cozt APARTMENT, JUNIATA, 909 4th Ave,, 'second floor, 4 ' rooms, bath and >orches. JHe 1767 or Bl21. eat and all conveniences, Dial SEVERAL DUPLEXES ON- 26th ST., BE- tween Broad and W. Chestnut, at reduced rents. Also at 2501 Broad Ave. Either with or without heat. A nice 4-room lowt* duplex on corner of 26th Sti and W. Chestnut, with gas range. $30 m.onth. Inquire Room 402, Commerce Bldg. Dial 2-0301 or 6891. : DESIRABLE APTS., 4 R'OOMS AND BATH and 5 rooms and bath. Centrally located. Janitor service. Dial 2-7914. 6-ROOM DUPLEX APARTMENT, ALL modern conveniences, hardwood floor. Hot water heat. Gas range and Ice box furnished. Reasonable rent. Inquire 406 Lexington Ave., or Marcus Jewelry store, 1325 llth Ave. . $65.00—2708 W. CHESTNUT A.VE., 6 rooms, bath, hardwood floors;. electric. refrigerator, ' ,' $47.00—2402 Broad Ave,, 5 rooms, tile bath. $35.00—1211 Sth Ave., 1st floor, 6 rooms, bath, heat and shades. $33.00—2603 5th Avo., 6 rooms, bath, leat. $30.00 — 901 Sth Ave., -5 rooms, bath, heat and shades. •' >: ' $23.00—2923 Pine Ave., first floor duplex, four rooms, bath, one car garage. $20.flO 807 Bell Ave., Una and 3rd floors. $19.1)0— 1006 8th Ave., 3 rooms, bath and RENT—HOUSES ^/v>«»>v>N»>»"^x>x^>xs^^o»A 713 llth ST.—12 ROOMS, SUITABLE.FOR two f&mllles, all conveniences. LauBdry. Rent reasonable. Inq. 711 IBth St. $40.00—1903 6th A.VE., BRICK BUNGALOW, 5 roonis and bath, ' , $30.00—1224 16th Ave,, 6 rooms, bath, all conveniences. $30.00—1509 19th Aye., 8 rooms, bath, enclosed front and rear porches. $30.00—Harrison, near, 1st St.—6-room brick home, all conveniences. 2-artr garage. $30.00—Corner 19th Ave. and 12th St., « ro6rns, bath, all conveniences. $30.00—Brick home near Gardner's Mills, 6 rtoms, bath, electric 1 light, 1-car garage. $22.00—1009 Sth Ave., 0 rooms, bath; electric light and gas. $18.00—1210 6th Ave., 6 rooms, electric light and gas. / .$18.00—1303 2nd Ave., 6 rooms. Many conveniences with toilet in cellar. $16.00—601 2nd Ave., Junlata, 5 rooms, light, gas. House In very good condition. $15.00—224 6th Ave., Junlata, b rooms,electric light. " . . • , McVEY-FARIS CO., Central Trust Bldg. Dial 7128. HOUSE, 1912 MARGARET AVE., 6 ROOMS, bath, porch and small yard, $25. Dial 2-8380 or after 6 p. m.- 2-8160. 823 7th AVE.—B-ROOM HOUSE; ALSO 1114 4th Ave., 6-room house, newly papered. Dial 2-5092 or 9029. 1-ROOM HOUSE, FINISHED THIRD floor, modern conveniences. Rent reasonable.. Inquire 710 6th St. • NEWLY PAINTED AND PAPERED, «room house, all Improvements. Inquire 3. H. Qlarth, 1323 19th Ave. Dial 2-8637. heat. McVEY-FARIS CO.. Central Trust Bldg. Dial 7128. APARTMENT, THREE ROOMS, STEAM heat, hot water, gas range, locker, laundry. Low rent. Dial 2-7497. FIRST FLOOR, 4' ROOMS, BATH, HEAT, porch. Rent reasonable. Best location. Inquire 2111 W. Chestnut Ave; Phone 5076. IMPERIAL APT., 5 , ROOMS, BATH, porch and all conveniences, $35; also 4 rooms, bath and porch, $30, newly papered. Dial 2-8380 or after 6 p. m. 2-8160. LARGE FIRST FLOOR APT., 6 ROOMS, bath, St. hot water heat. Inquire 1506 Sth BRETH APTS., 825 7th AVE., 3 ROOMS, heat and gas range, newly papered. Rent $20. Dial 2-5092 or 9029. • • ,716 CHESTNUT AVE. — 4 ROOMS AND bath. Heat furnished. $20 • per month. Inquire above address. . 1422 Vi 13th AVE.— FIRST FL.OOR, 3-ROOM Apt., blinds, gas range furnished, all conveniences. Inquire 1112 17th St. SECOND FLOOR APARTMENT, B ROOMS and bath. Hot water heat, front and back porches. Inquire at 1709 or 15 7th Ave. LINE APARTMENTS, 132< 8th AVE.. 1st floor, five rooms and bath. Seiiond floor, four rooms, alcove and bath. Large back porch. Third floor, two rooms and bath. AH in good condition. Hot water heat, gas range and shades. .Dial 6573, 9 to 12 a. m. and after 6.30 p. m. ' " APARTMENT, 610 2nd ST., JUNIATA, 5 rooms, bath, gas, porches, yard. Rent $22, Irtqulre 1107 llth Ave. WAYNE APT. BLDG., 1106 18th ST. 3 . rooms, bath, heat, all conveniences. 2-7993. . Dial SUITE OF ROOMS AT, ORMOND BEACH, Fla., for the winter season, suitable for three or' four person's. Wm. Hahman, P. O. Box 3, Altoona, Fa. 4 LARGE ROOMS, .HOT' WATER HEAT furnished. Lower end of ' Junlata. $20 month. For Information Dial 2-0648. 3-ROOM APT,, PRIVATE BATH, EN- trance and porch. Gas heaters furnished. $13 month. 2203 Beale Ave., 2nd floor. 518 7th AVE.— 5 ROOMS AND BATH, HOT water heat, porch, shades, range. 2-0714 or 7278. > Dial HALPERN APARTMENTS, 1410-12 19th ST. One 4-room apartment with all modern conveniences, newly papered and painted. Inquire at 1811 13th Ave. After 5.30 p. m. at 1414 19th St., second floor. ELIZABETH APTS., 2016 BROAD AVE., 5 ! rooms, bath, fire, sound proof, elevator, janitor service, well heated. Here fire Is much less hazardous than In apartment. Dial 2-3673. any other llth' AVE., 1915—2 OR 3 WELL HEATED rooms, all conveniences, for housekeeping. Laundry,' Private entrance. FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT. FOR business man. All .conveniences. Telephone service. Inquire 1810 12th Ave, FRONT ROOM, FIRST FLOOR. FOR housekeeping/ Electric, gas, heat, bath, all Improvements. 1306 8th Ave. Phone 7751. 3 FURNISHED ROOMS ON SECOND floor, for light housekeeping, all conveniences. Dial 2-1260. TWO ROOMS, FURNISHED FOR HOU8E- keeplng, all modern conveniences. Not suitable for children. Inquire 212 5th Ave. LARGE BEDROOM AND KITCHENETTE for housekeeping, all conveniences. Private family and entrance. Dial 2-8015. 1931 12th AVE.—5-ROOM APT,, FINISHED attic, all conveniences, front porch. $22.50 month. Inquire 1927 12th Ave. 3 ROOMS, KITCHENETTE, BATH, HOT water heat. Newly papered. Rent $25,' Including light, gas. Inquire 408 3rd Ave. KANE APARTMENT, 1513 13th ; AVE,, *EC- 'ond floor, 3 rooms, bath, porch, gas range. Rent $25. • Dial 8428. • , . . v '; 4- ROOMS AND* BATH, PORCH, SECOND floor, all conveniences, Including'heat, Inquire 1800 5th Ave.,. first flqpr. 1 2325 6th AVE.—FIRST FLOOR, 4, ROOMS and bath. Heat furnished. Dial 2-4383. RENT—HOUSES 1817 7th AVE., JUNIATA—8 ROOMS, HBA 1 and light. Rent $18 month Inquire Chas. A. Auker, 1321 llth Ave. NEWLY FURNISHED, L1OHT. AIRY rooms, all conveniences; well neated. Price 1808 6th AVE.—B-ROOM HOUSE WITH $3 up. 1502 or 1502 M, 13th St. gas, light and toilet. $2U per month. Chas. A. Auker, 1321 llth Ave. ALL KINDS OF MOUNTAIN COAL, $3.75 and up. Kindling wood and general haul- Ing. Dial 2-8407. K. Zach. PAGE, AND ALL OTHER MOUNTAIN coal. Prices reasonable. Fhon* 2-4242. W. S. Counsman. PLEASANT FRONT BEDROOM WITH ALL conveniences, suitable for 1 or 2 persons. Dial 6384. 904 16th Ave, 1221 14th AVB.—LARGE, PLEASANT front room, kitchenette furnished for housekeeping, all conveniences. Adults. 2 OR 3 FURNISHED ROOMS, HOT WATER heat, private entrance. Osu of laundry. Inquire 408 3rd Ave. i RUSTY LUMP, McNELIS BLANDBURO, , WELL FURNISHED SLEEPING ROOM, Dysart, Loudon, 53.75 dingle ton; Madison | all conveniences. Best residential section, 54.25; Greensburg, $4,60; '/4 ton $2.25. Dial 2-7105. ONE REPOSSESSED GENERAL ELECTRIC refrigerator, G-55, all steel model. «y i DOUGHERTY, RUSTY LUMP, In private home. Inquire 2004 W. Cheat- nut Ave. In line "two months. Can be purchased at a I coal. Best grade. Pick mined. $3.75 ton saving. J. E. Speneo Electric Co., 1310 In 2-ton lota or more. Dial 6067. 12th Ave. RECONDITIONED NO. B UNDERWOOD typewriters, guaranteed, $40, New Royal Portab'."8 in attractive colors. • B. F. BARR, 1U27 llth Ave. O PRIME 2507 BROAD AVE.— 3 NEWLY FURNISHED FOR SALE—5 SECTION STEAM BOILER, In A-l condition. Good for large building. Inciuil'u 904 Green Ave. or Dial 2-2122. PORCH CHAIRS RESEATED — RUSH utylu chair Heating, chair caning of all kinds. Also rag rug and carpet weaving* Work called for and delivered. Weaving Wurka, 2119 6tll Ave. Dial 2-8513. COAL RANGE, CHILD'S ^ED, REFR1G- GIRL. OVER 21. DESIRES WORK AT fountain or In store. Reference. Dial 2-5584. YOUNG WOMAN WISHES HOUSEKEEP- ing for widower. In city of Hollldayuburg. No objection to 1 child. Write 618S-C, care charger, speaker 1 utund. ' Ave. Inquire 1314 Sth pany of Altuona mid who recently .suffered a fracture of the left ankle in a fall at hLs home, is improving, CLEANING—RENOVATING POLICE DOG, $5; JERSEY HEIFER, $35; Ford coupe, $25. Old Oak Service Station, Roaring Spring, Pa., East Main extension. Mrs. A. K. Detwiler of near Bellwood. j YOUNO WOMAN WITH TWO CHILDREN. „„.,_ _ „ „_, .._...„ ,„. , .. , . , ,, , , t dt-s ri-H position as housekeeper for wld- , eriitor 2 rockers 3 clothes tri'es bed. This gathering was originally planned ov . t , r ao £ d nome prc f e rred to high wages. I M "^,n 'cabinet pictured radio eliminator; for Nov. 1 but was postponed for one Phone 35-R3. ' .•-..-.---.-.. week. Curs will leave the Canan Station achool between 7 and 7.3U o'clock, arrangements to be made to arcomo- dato all with transportation who intend to make the trip. All persona planning to attend tihuuld call Mra. L. H. Wilt at 5SM^ or notify Mrs. E. I Mirror S. Flaherty. Joseph Lockard, former Altoona resident but of lute yvurs located in the Pennsy offices in Philadelphia, arrived here last night ID visit his father, lid Lockard of Sugan Run ic'eym""" «om mr nmm aernm. ONE USED road. ' ' reasonable. John Akers. employed us a paint- vVe Recommend er by the Schwarzenbach-Huber com- FOR SALE — SYPHON SUMMIT COAL range, in A-l condition. Inquire 5536 4th Ave. CARHETS AND RUGS CLEANED TO LOOK __ like new. Monarch Carpet Cleaning Works. Telephone 41181 for quick service. FOR SALE—GIBSON GUITAR. IN A-l condition. Prlca reasonable. Inquire 1705 llth Ave. The Altoona Sanitary Laundry For Prompt Service and Good Work Telephone IKOS. UPRIGHT PIANO. 2210 2nd Ave. VERY FOR SALE CHEAP A PLAYER PIANO. Huautlful walnut case, with bench ajid rulla. Iiiqulru 1909 llth Ave. or Dial 2-4205. SPECIAL—GLEN WHITE COAL, $4. JUST received carload. Orders delivered promptly. Dial 2-3825.. BURN LAUREL RUN LUMP COAL. HIGH tn heat, low In ash. No clinkers. $3.75 ton delivered. Office only at 227 &th Ave. Phone 2-4380. rooms wll.\ private bath, for light house- i»<":nlii'?. Light, gas and heat furnished. Dial 2-9780, ALL KINDS OF MOUNTAIN COAL, $3.76 and up. Also kindling wood. Prompt delivery. Dial 2-6927. McGuire Special And All Grades Of Coal. 915 lUtb Street. Phone 6378. MONEY TO LOAN $1,500 TO LOAN ON IMPROVED PROP- erty In amounts to suit borrower. Nevln Dlvely, Lawyer, 1321 lltb Ave. G. LADY'S SEAL PLUSH COAT, WITH GRAY fur collar. In largi) bize. In perfect con- dltlim. Write 4019-A, care Mirror. MONEY TO LOAN $9.700—on Improved property In amounts to suit borrower—$9,700. WALTER J. HENRY. Commerce Bldg. Phone .6200. $2.000 AND $2.500 ON FIRST MORTGAGE. Flat and Installment loans. H. U. Colbua, Commerce Bldg. Dial 4420. 'WANTED TO BORROW TAN WINDOW SHADES, ALL SIZES. VflLl, \ WANTED—TO BORROW, $5,200 ON FIRST 6ttcrittce to caac buyer. Plal 2-6710. mortgage. Call at 121 E. 6th Av», 808 HOWARD AVE.—NICELY FURNISHED front bedroom, all conveniences. Use of phone. Dial 2-7290. BEALE AVE. AND 39th ST.—6-ROOM house, all conveniences. Inquire L. R. Mathleu & Son, 1824 Union Ave. Dial 9994, 6-ROOM HOUSE, ALL CONVENIENCES. Good • location • in Roselawn. Call L. Leopold. Phone 2-6601. 1910 10th ST.—6-ROOM HOUSE, HOT AIR heat, toilet In cellar. Rent $20, Inquire 1002 Chestnut Ave. FOR RENT 1514 Bell Ave,—6 rooms, fin. attic, one- car garage. $22.50. 1322 1st Ave.—6 rooms, fin. attic. $22.00. 433 Crawford Ave.—6 rooms, fin. attic, all Imps. $30.00. 305 15th St.—Apartment, 3 rooms and bath. $15.00. 2308 4th Ave.—Apartment, 3 and bath. PINE AND GESSER AVE., SOUTH LAKE- month, 3-rooni hourfe. Water, gas, lights and garage.. Furnished tir unfurnished to suit tenant. Inquire D. B. Selsk, 725 2nd Ave., Junlata. '" ••.' ' . ; 520 7th AVE., REAR—5 ROOMS, ?18; 2, or 4-ro6m apartments; Inquire -620 7th Ave. Dial 2-8711. ' ^^^^^ 620 Sth AVE.—10-ROOM HOUSE, ALL- CON. Venlences, newly papered. Rent reasonable. Inquire at 1128 14th Ave. 0-ROOM HOUSE, ALL CONVENIENCES, newly papered and painted. Ready to move in. Inquire 1810 12th Ave. FOR RENT—GOOD 6-ROOM HOUSE WITH garage, at 2111 1st Ave. Dial 2-0946. 6 ROOMS, ALL CONVENIENCES, GAR- age. Located 229 E. . 4th Ave, Dial 2-0075 or 2-7155. PLEASANT VALLEY Seven room brick home, at 2617 Fleas- ant Valley Blvd., with many conveniences, includlrig bath, fireplace, hardwood floors, two car garage. Can b* rented for $60 a. month. HUBERT W- FLUKE • - Dlal> 9600. Room. 46. Altoona Trust Bldg. 228 E. 4th AVE.—8-ROOM HOUSE, JUST refinlshed. Hot water heat and bath. Or will sell for $100 cash and balance $30 per month. This' -is your opportunity to purchase a good home on easy terms. 'Grasp It, J. H, Giarth, 1323 19th Ave. Dial 2-8637. WESTWOOD PARK-^B'i ROOMS, CONVEN- lences, Ideally situated, Rent $20 per month. Inquire 1321 llth Ave. 508 LLOYD ST.—7-ROOM HOUSE, HEAT, bath, gas and electric. Good condition. 115'A E. Bth Ave.—6-room house, newly painted. Will paper all through. Bath, gas and electric. 2331 Beale Ave.—1st floor of duplex, « rooms, bath, gas and electric. Separate furnace, 2331 Beala Ave.—2nd and 3rd floor of duplex, bath, gas and electric. Separate furnace. 830 24th St.—2nd floor of duplex, large porch, bath, gas and electric. ' Phone 2980 or 2-8076. SMALL HOUSE, LOCATED AT 601 CRAW- ford Ave., gas,' light, bath and telephone, 2 rooms on second floor occupied, with private entrance. Inquire at same address or phone, 2-4809. SUBURBAN—5-ROOM HOUSE, ELBCTRIO C light', city water, good plot for trucking. Jk ^ear South Altoona. Inquire H. A. Espy,'-'' .•"> Klttannlng Point road. ALL OR PART OF MY HOME, FURNISH- ed throughout, to reliable -party for th» winter. Dr. Eldpn. Dial 2-2941 or 2-1862. HALF DOUBLE HOUSE, 7 ROOMS, BATH, hot water heat, > electricity, yard; garage, A-l condition. Inquire 1820 7th Ave. 6 ROOMS,- BATH, FURNACE, 3 SQUARES from llth Ave. Rent reasonable. Inquire Sample Shoe Store, 1005 Bridge St. SOUTH LAKEMONT STATION, 4-ROOM < house, gas, water, light, heat, bath. Rent $18. Garage If wanted.. Dial 2-5605. 200 Logan Ave., Lakemont. ' 117 9th ST.—5-ROOM'HOUSE, NEW FUR- nace, cement cellar. Rent $25. Inquire 901 2nd Ave. or Dial 7405 or 2-4001. RENT—FARMS 50-A.CRE FARM, 3 MI. FROM NEWRY, good house and barn, good water free. Rent till April 1. Dial 2-3314, GARAGE, 1929 W. CHESTNUT AVH. Light, heat and water. Rent $0.50. Inquire above address. SALE OR RENT 1JOO 2nd ST., JUNIATA—FINE STQNH corner property, 7 rooms,- nil conveniences, large porch, 2-car garage, nice lawn, plal 6901 for appointment. SALE—HOUSES l »w^^V^Si^v^v^V^i>NX*v*S**^Nx%*^X 1 HUNTERS PARADISE ' .80 acres; '30; clear, bal, timber, orchard, garden, 6-room log cabin, good cellar., . stream through' land, well with pump, for all year cottage, fruit, chlckena and hunting, deer, - rabbits, squirrel, grouse, grondhog and turkey, near Fostorla. Only $1,10Q and, can have Immediate possession. , ' , ED. SEIDEL, Realtor .. ,514 E, LOGArf AVENUE Frame bungalow In good condition, containing 4 rooms and bath. Cemented cellar, gas, electric light and furnace. Front and .rear porches. Lot 37%xl20 feet. Price $4,000; terms. c. D: BLOOM Realtor—Insurance, 1311 12th Street, Phone 2-2383. 806 HOWARD AVE.—2 NICELY FURNISH- cd rooma for light housekeeping. Not suitable for children, all conveniences. Use of phone. Dial 2-7290. TWQ FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT housekeeping, all conveniences, with sink In kitchen. $5.50 week. Inquire 1813 14th Ave. 17th St.—Apartment, ground floor, 4 and bath, hot water heat furnished, yard and cellar. $30.00,. , ED. SEIDEL, Realtor, 835 17th St. TWO LARGE FURNISHED ROOMS FOR housekeeping, all conveniences. Rent $6. Inquire 3522 Sth Ave. Dial 2-2748. FURNISHED APARTMENTS 2205 Sth AVE.—FIVE ROOMS, BATH, ALL conveniences. Rent $25 Inquire 505 15th St. Dial 9658. 1418 6th AYE.—7-ROOM HOUSE, WALL papers like new, good furnace, all conveniences. Inquire 1422 6th Ave. Be Wise 3-ROOM phone. APT.. HEAT, Rt.-ut $35. Dial ; LIGHT •9103. COSTS NOTHING TO LOOK AT clean, cheery Apt. with bath. 715 81 May save time. Heat light, etc., rent. Dial 6301. PAS. "THE . Ave. DESIRABLE 6-RUOM HOUSE WITH ALL conveniences, situated 2321 16th Ave. Inquire T. Chester Parsons, 1107 12th Ave. Dial 2-5192. 1615 17tb AVE.—7 ROOMS AND BATH" modern conveniences, newly papered throughout. $ mlnuteti' walk from Gable's store. References required. Dial 2-6511. BRICK CASED DWELLING, IN ONE OF , the beat residential sections of the city, Within 5 minutes' walk of business district. Also 1-car garage. T. Chester Parsons, 1107 NICELY FURNISHED APARTMENT IN ! 12th Avc ' Dlal 2 ' 8192 ' good residential section. Inquire Mrs. D. HOU SE. SEVEN ROOMS, ALL CONVEN~- ienceu. Location 209 Walnut Avft $30 per month. Dial 2-4643. Call 408 9ta St. E. North, 2104 W. Chestnut Ave. COMPLETELY FURNISHED APTS.—2 TO 5 rooma. private bath. Maid service dally to bacbtlors. Inquire 608 10th St. 10-ROOM HOUSE, BATH, PANTRY, LARGE ; •— | balls. Desirable location. Dial 2-7914. LARGE FURNISHED APARTMENT, 1119! -____ „ 1 ?, tn ™ Ave ' M *° Sarage. Wm. Hahman, 879 24th ST —CORNER HOUSE, 6 ROOMS P. O. Box 3, Altoona, Pa. , an d bath, all Improvement*. Reasonable heat, private entrance. St. or Dial 2-2982. '" Save your energy by coming to u« ! when in need of a house for'rent, or sale. Houses in different palts of the city. WOODS BECKMAN COMPANY Realtors Penn Central Bldg., Fifth Floor . Phone 5124 110 CHERRY AVE.—6-ROOM HOUSE. ST\ and alley paved. Lot 25x120. Price complete, $700 cash. J. A. DeReiizo Co., 623 Sth Ave., Altoona. , 2821 Walnut Ave. . New six room brick home • with bath and all modern conveniences. 35 year guaranteed roof. This home can be purchased fur $5500. JOHNKILCOYNE ' Realtdr — Insurance 1118 Wtb St. , Dial 2-3. MODERN FIRST FLOPR APT., 4 ROOMS, bath, newly furnished,' papered and paint- Inquire 862 17th COMPLETELY FURNISHED, 6-RQOM I brick bouse. Good location. Must ' seen to be appreciated Dial 7568. venle ,. .B.JROOMjB, ALL CON- LLYSWEN be 113 Wordsworth Ave., Dutch Colonial I,, ,, rooms, bath, heat, 'all conveniences, uiclud-*-w log built-in features, 2 fireplaces, encloae.4' sun porch, large lot. $500 cash; balance Uk». rent. . ., . e*. Beat refteonabli. Dial 8213. < Bldjj. w» d 2-0313, .^.J.L.'A.J

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