M^nMTs^ AdsjTm Cord of Thanks *X^^W-^^^"*> IN THIS MANNER. TO Jill friends and neighbors for thi-lr and svmpathy shown us In our sad rarteitt In th? death of our dour sister. Bltntra Cox WerrlcK. Also for nowers ot automobiles, and brother, MRS. W. H. LOVE. E. F KURTZ. Personals I—WE DESIRE IN THIS MAN"lo thank relatives, neighbors and is for Ihelr kindness nnd sympathy us In our bereavement In the death if son and brother-in-law. William T. st« Also for the beautiful floral and the use of automobiles. MOTHER AND SISTER-IN-LAW. Lost — Found _ SATURDAY EVENING ON 12th "Ave., between 13th and 17th Sts. lady's puT»B with small amount cash and checks, alto trinkets. Finder return to Mrs. R. A. Hitch. 410 E. Wopsy Ave., or Dial 2-2966 and receive reward. a "MICHLIN TIRES, BETWEEN PATTON (tnd Altoona. Reward If returned to Hess Br»s, 806 Chestnut Ave. -^ — — i GRIP—LOST BETWEEN LEAMERSVILLE fcttd Woodbury last Thurs. afternoon. Con- | lalhs men's clothing, razor, etc. Return L. W»- Borland, 2814 6th Ave. Phone B94S. P E RS O N A L — LADIES' BEAUTIFUL French hair transformations. Defies detection. Hair goods, expert permanent hair waving. Perfect marcel. Personal attention Mrs. Jean Vaughnn. 341-342 Central Trust Bldg. Elevator sen-lee. Beauty Shoppes MRS HAMATY moval of Rose 2008 Broad Ave. . Avc., 2nd floor. Dla S17 WILLOW AVE.-NICELY FURNISHED room, all conveniences. SlCKLY FURNISHED BEDROOM, IN PRI- vVte We. For gentlemen. A I conveniences. Inquire 222.^1Jroail Ave. Dial 2-2241. PMITIXISHEO ROOM IN A LI-* JMODERW home! conveniences, for 1 or 2 reliable business men. Reference. Dial 4772. Inquire 2627 Broad Ave. FRONT lighi housekeeping entrance, all conveniences. Dial 2-9105. FOR u ROOMS AND BATH. GAS RANGE AND shades furnished. ' All rooms to the street. Residential section. Inquire at store, 2nd Ave. and 24th St. Help Wanted Male CHEVROLET SALESMEN LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN—BROWN . and black fox terrier with white front. I Answers to "Trlx." Blair county license, j R«turn to 3031 W. Chestnut Avc. 2-S73P. I Reward. j We are polnB to employ f> additional salesmen to soil the new 1930 Chevrolet cars. It nrcpssary that you have car selling -we will teach you the business. One man never having sold cars before made ssnn this month. See Mr. Corliss or Mr. is not experience BROWN found.. AND WHITE FOX Phone 2-6P74. HOUND TOOL ROLL. LOST MONDAY. REWARD. Notify Wolf Furniture Co., l.Mil llth Avc. Personals „„, VAPOR BATHS AND MASSAGE, IJr. Kruse system. Dial 2-7635 for ap- polntment. Mrs. Chas. S. Casner. PERMANENT WAVING. STEAM OR ALL methods. Requires no linger waving. Mrs. O» Evans, 1440 13th Ave. Phone 2-0197. HE WUR PERMANENT STEAM WAVE. $5. tjenulne supplies used. Marcel uOc; flnger afid water waves, manicure DOc. Dial 4213. RUPTURED? WE FIT TRUSS CORRECT- '1y to your Individual needs. This sen-Ice means safety, tellef, comfort and satisfaction for you. AHoona Artificial Limb and Appliance Company, 907 Green Ave.. Altoona. FACIAL TREATMENTS. SCALP TREAT- .jnSnts and violet ray for all body ailments. S& Verna Kuny. Phone 2-0741. W&NTED—TWO CHILDREN TO BOARD -•»»d care for, In Protestant home. Pleas- unt surroundings, large lawn and trees. Write 2647-E, care Mirror. V WINS WITH HOMli 111N. ifBruno Braves defeated Sproul in a Bfeven inning game last evening score Sito 4. The winners counted 3 times in the final inning to take the decision. Jtltier walked with two down. Master- sbn doubled and DeMatteis hit a home riin. Braves go to Sproul on Thursday. Lineups: 'Braves El Lepore, 3b. Eatigante, x . Altier, If Masterson, 2b. feMatties, rf. ^epore, Ib. Cipriano, c. Herr. CRAIG CHEVROLET CO., 407 2nd St., Junlata. Phone 9411. Furnished Apartments 3 ROOMS AND BATH-COMPLETELY FUR- iilshed. Reduced rental Special offer for the week to save time. 715 8th Ave. Apts. are unusually attractive and clean. No better value to be found. Reference. Dial 6301. 1st. FLOOR, NEWLY FURNISHED MOD- ern Apt., 4 rooms, bath. Inquire 602 21st St., Apt. B. FURNISHED APT., PRIVATE ENTRANCE and bath. Electric refrigerator. 3 squares from P O. on Cor. llth St., Highland Place. ST.-SECOND FLOOR APT FOR ,.d "rooms, "private "bath, all conveniences, from? porch; also first floor front hedroom suitable for 1 or 2 persons. Inquire 2401 8th Ave. Dial 2-0610. 1600 2nd AVE.-5 ROOMS, BATH, FRONT porch, heat and running hot water. Rent $15. FURNISHED APT., IN QUIET HOME, larKe living room, kitchenette equipped with white porcelain units. Large bedroom and hath. After 3 p. in. Inquire E. Blanche Bender, 1418 Washington Ave. WANTED — REGISTERED PHARMACIST for Sunday relief work. Apply David J. Davis, 2411 8th Ave. Dial 6612. Rent — Houses 324 4th AVE.—8 80l' l 2nd Ave., Juniata—5 rooms, light and 1303 $ 2nd Ave.—6 rooms, light and gas. »•» Q 710 Crawford Ave.—7_rooms. all conven- rum «..=., —..iont,' Rev. Williams property, back of playground, & rooms, all < "°909B el 24th St.,' between Broad and W. Chestnut Aves.—7 rooms and bath, all con- Ve i9oT e iitli*S°t.-7 rooms, all conveniences. House In excellent condition throughout. $42. Clement Jaggard Bldg. Phono 7128. 1818 7th AVE.—HOUSE. 7 ROOMS, improvements, hot water heat, yard, porch. Inquire 1820 7th Ave. ALL large 901 5th AVE.-a ROOMS, HALL FIRST floor, \ bedrooms, hath 2nd floor. Heat, shades furnished. Inquire 905 or 907 5th Ave. 914 26th ST.-7 ROOMS BATH AND ALL conveniences. Inquire 918 26th St. Rent 2-7519. 5th AVE.—4 ROOMS AND BATH. $16. Inquire at 2210 8th Ave. Dial 905 19th AVE.-5 ROOMS, FINISHED 3rd floor, all conveniences. Rent $22. Dial 2-5744. SECOND FLOOR. 3 FURNISHED ROOMS, private bath and porch. Private entrance. Rent reasonable. Inquire 1605 6th Ave. MEN WANTED-30 TO 50 YEARS OF AGl, owning a car, who can live within the bounds of $00 per week. Proof of reliability and steadiness more essential than glorious business career of the past. Want to hear from men who support, homes and live confidentlallly and all wi Write today, Box 1920-L. II receive MI rror. a reply. N. WILDWOOD, N. J. - FURNISHED apartment. 2nd floqr, f. rooms, all conveniences. June 1 to day after Labor day or •mortcr period if desired. Moderate rent. Write 139 W. Oorgas Lane, Philadelphia, Penna. ALL MODERN AND ELECTRIC „_...—. fences Will accommodate 2 or 3 adults. No children: Very central. Call between 9 to in a. m. and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. Dial 2-1862. •i NFAT YOUNO MEN WHO WILL WANT 3 /oleJrn the business. Only 18 ^-l™ 1 will he accepted. Good pay whin learning. Apply 3S Altoona Trust Bklg. after 1 p. m. MF M_IF YOU ARE OUT OF WORK SEE Mr Wallace, Wayne lintel, after li |i. m. Can Place you In permanent position where you can average $25 per week or better. HELP WANTED AT ONCE — EXPER- lenced man to handle meals and short orders Call Bell 734, State College, Pa, AB. R. H. 0. A. E. M.-Cipriano, ss. B\ Petraca, cf. . i. Petraca, p. . WANTED-SALESMAN WITH CAR. 1'AIR education. Steady employment to represent local dealer. Apply Room 12, Hinman Bldg., from 9 to 11 a. m. Wednesday. 4-ROOM FURNISHED API.. BATH, ALL conveniences. Private entrance. Inquire 862 17th St. Dial 2-2982. 2916 Tith AVE.—SIX ROOMS, BATH AND finished third floor, all conveniences. Goo< furnace. Low rental to good tenant. Dial 2-476(1. 6-ROOM HOUSE, 2820 SPRUCE! AVE. THIS house will be sold at 'a scarlflce as people are leaving city. Also other houses for sale. Inquire 717 29th St., C. A. Wlsslnger, Building Contractor. HYNICK'S QUALITY. BABTrV CHICKS Wyandottes, Rocks, Reds, Leghorns, Ancona. Custom hatching in trays of 75 and up. HYNICK HATCHERY, 322 E. Grant Ave. Ulal 4343. 2007 15th AVE. SEVEN ROOMS AND bath, hot water heat, cemented cellar, porches, garage. $200 CASH Balance $35 monthly, buys 7-room home \Hth hot water heat and bath, at 227 E. 5th Avc. Newly papered and painted. Price $3,700. Possession at once. * EHRINGER'S QUALITY CHICKS, BARRED and White Rocks, White Wyandottes, Red and English Leghorns. Hatch off every Monday and Thursday. 120 E. 6th Ave. Dial 2-2917 or 3-9409. Realtor—Insurance, Commerce Bldg. Phone 2-0313. 1607 16th Street Close lo business district. Planked home; 7 rooms and finished attic; all improvements. Lot 38x168. A very good buy at $5,000.00. For inspection and terms, see ED. SEIDEL, Realtor NINTH STREET RESIDENCE 1401 Ninth Street. Lot 40x75 feet. I.nrgc brick home and garage. New hot water heating plant, slate roof, Brcplace, extra toilet. Let us show It to you. MORGAN-MARTIN CO. Central Trust Bldg. 1818 UNION AVE.—7-ROOM HOUSE, HOT air heat, all modern conveniences, newly papered and painted. Ready to occupy June 2. Dial 2-6742. 3031 W. CHESTNUT AVE.-fi ROOMS AND all conveniences. For further particulars.. Inquire T. Chester Parsons, 1107 12th Avc. Phone 2-5192. ^ iT-ROOM HOUSE, BATH, FURNACE ALL conveniences. 2-car garage. Rent $28. 1821 13th Avc. Inquire 506 26th St. Phone 2-5971. COMPLETELY FURNISHED API., 4 rooms and ball,, 1600 2nd Ave ront pon-.li. Inquire S. A. I-Hle &. Son, 5030, or McVey-Farls Co., 7128. 1810 15th AVE.-6-ROOM HOUSE, BATH, garage, all conveniences. Call Slraney, 7391. Unfurnished Apartments 6-ROOM APT., WITH BATH. Halm & Co., 813 Green Avc. INQUIRE BRETH APT., 825 7th AVE.—3 AND 4 rooms, heat, oath, gas range. S.M and S30. Dial 902U or 2-501)2. DISTRIBUTOR WANTED FOR PRODUCT to be sold to Industrial and retail trade in state of Pennsylvania. Write 2789-L, Mirror. Help Wanted—Female WANTED — EXPERIENCED MAID FOR general housework In family having two children, ages 6 and 8. Advise wages ex - pected. age and reference. Write 1731-L, care Mirror. ... 27 5 5 21 10 1 AB. R. H. O. A. E. « J Totals i Sproul— 5. Hoenstine, 2b 4 Bush, BS 2 B. Hoenstine, Ib. ....^-. 4 Miller, rf 3 iterriman, p 3 Tjryant, p., cf 1 Bickes, cf., p 3 "(iraherow, 3b 2 pope, 3b 1 Jfturphy, c * ".Totals 29 4 8z20 9 2 txBatted for P. Lepore in 7th. ' 'zTwo out when winning run scored. ^ prou j 210 100 0—4 Braves'.'.'.' " 10 ml 3 — 5 * Stolen- bases, Sproul 2, Braves 2. T.WO base hits, Merriman, llasterson. Hoafe runs, B. Hoenstine, DeMatties. J>flflble plays, E. Hoenstine to Rush to B. Hoenstine. Struck out, Petrarca 7, Merriman 2, Wyant 5. Bases on balls, ^etrarca 4, Merriman 2, Wyant 1, Jfickes 1. Hit by pitched ball, Madara. Umpire, Patterson. * WIN WHUTOUT GAME. *Altoona Kelleys won at Cross Keys Uy~a score of lO to 0 in five rounds. f rimme starred on the peak allowing hits and fanning 9 batters. Kelleys •won 8-0 at Duncansville on Memorial Jay. Glen White will be played June Lineups: WANTED — EXPERIENCED SALESLADY lor Saturdays. Apply Lester's Shoe Store, 1425 12th Ave. ______ 4 AMBITIOUS LADIES BETWEEN 28 AND 40 to train as extra representatives for Charls Corporation. Those who qualify will be Kept permanently. As this is our busiest season. Here Is an opportunity to make some real money. Many of our ladles mak- ?mT?35 to WO per week working 6 hours per dav 5 days per week, no Sat. work. Experience not necessary.' We train you. Write for appointment to Charts o£ Altoona, Room 58, Altoona Trust Bldg. JUNIATA. 205 Bill AVE.-SECOND FLOOR, •V rooms, bath, hot water heat. Dial 2-7519. . 2101 10th ST.-FIVK ROOMS. 50 FOOT corner lot with garage. Apply at 1 rOl 6th Avc. Dial 70M. Real Estate all types, from acre lots to line homes. It pays to aeo us about what we Iiavo available in different parts of. Greater Altoona. WOODS BBCKMAN COMPANY Realtors Fenn Central Bldp.. Fifth Floor. Phone 0124. Sale— Lots COR. HOWARD AVE., Stll ST.—D-ROOM House, newly papered, electric, gas, water, toilet, cellar. Phone 7771. evenings. 1117 1st ST.—7 ROOMS. BATH. ALL MOD- crn conveniences, porches. Rent reasonable. Call 101 Howard Ave. or Dial 2-21u3. 11S1 3rd AVE.-8 ROOMS. BATH. GAS AND electric light, porches and yard. Inquire 911. ftth Ave. DUPLEX, 314-312 3rd ST.—5 ROOMS, batli. hot water heat, all conveniences. Inquire 219 Lloyd St. _• E 2nd AVE. AND LLOYD ST.-4 ROOMS. ' "''beslcfe^Presbyterian church, rooms, all conveniences. BATH. GAS, ELECTRIC New paint and papered. Inquire 1302 19th St. 6 ROOMS AND and furnace. Flout reasonable. ill 16th ST.—6-ROOM HOUSE, ALL CON-' venlenccs. Inquire 1912 4th Avc. Phone 2-8398. TWO FIVE ROOM HOUSES, REAR BEALE Ave and 22nd St. Inquire A. O'Toolc, 1321 llth Ave. Dial 2-8118. Ill uuii veinviii-f • v>v. „..! Ave. 4 rooms, all conveniences. $25?" 2221 8th Ave.- 52 °' McVEY-FARIS CO., Clement Jaggard Bldg. Phone 7128. IMPERIAL APT., 1905 UNION AVE., 5 rooms, bath, porch and all conveniences S3.V also 4 rooms, bath and porch, $30. Dial 2-8380 or after 6 p. m. 2-8160. WANTED — COMPETENT WOMAN FOR housekeeper. Must be good cook, between 35 and 40 years of age, no children. Address Postofflce Box, 1525. • WOMAN, 25 TO 35 YEARS OLD. WITH good personal appearance and 1 well acquainted in Altoona. No canvassing. Commission basis. Wf-ttB 2613-E, Mirror. ELIZABETH APARTMENT, 2015 BROAD Ave ,5 rooms and bath. Elevator and janitor service, all conveniences. Reasonable rent Inspection cordially invited. Dial 2-3673 or call at Apt. 1. *KeUjB- Hughes, Ib BeStefano, ss. ... Charlesworth, If. Podsoii, 3b. peMatties, 2b. .. JJurke, cf jfarshal, c JTowkes, rf (Jrimme, p Schmidt, rf it * Totals \ Cross Keys— ||>. Hoover, 3b. .. R, Bougher, 21). B. Baird, Ib. ... Sarahberger, p. A.. Myers, It lj. Ramsey, of. , K. Hoover, rf. .. R. Clapper, ts. ., O. Clapper, c. ... Camel, c. ft. Hoover, \>. ... •Totals AB. R. H. O. A. K. Help — Male and Female ATTENTION — SCHOOL TEACHERS AND college men who would like summer work with the Fuller Brush Co. Very good earn, ings. Must have car or use of one. WMte or call The Fuller Brush Co., Altoona, Pa. Situation Wanted—Male MEAT CUTTER WISHES POSITION IN OR out of city. Ten years' experience Inbebt of markets. Reference upon request. Write 2612-E, care Mirror. . LARGE ROOMS AND BATH. FIRST floor front. 713 8th Ave. Dial 6301. FARM CONTAINING 90 ACRES. GOOD house., hank barn. Fruit. Situated 2 miles from Altoona. fnquire 1701 6th Ave. LA ROW LOT IN EAST JUNIATA. WILL sell on easy payment plan. If sold soon Phone 2-2608. CEMETERY LOT IN ROSE HILL CEME tiry. Section R, lot No. 300. Inquire 81-. 5th Avc. Phone 2-4287. IATCHINO EGGS FOR SALE. MAMMOTH Pekln ducks, Jl for setting; Black Giant, $1 for setting: English Leghorn, 76c per set- Ing- White Giants, $5.00 for setting; duck' ngS '' '^BERT'S POULTRY FARM Sinking Valley Road. Phone Rural 25-R5. FURNITURE HOSPITAL - JFURNITURK repaired, reflmshcd and upholstered. Antiques a specialty. All work guaranteed. Dial 2-1672. VKMKN'l' »VURB ALL KINIW 10 months' payment plan. R. L. OW1N. Phone 2-7470. 61S First St. NOW IS THE TIMB TO HAVHi US HJST1- mate on that concrete work or excavating. All work guaranteed. Prices reasonable. Dial 2-3538. 3006 Oak Ave. Seeds — Gardening N/v xv / ^xv~^sxVX»xvx\^x'vxv»s^/\^v^v/>/^ FOR SALE—BEDDING FLOWERS. GER- aninms, Petunias, vines, lOc each: also Pansles 50c doz. Stadler's Hot House, 607 1st Avc. Dial 2-0948. BEST TOP SOIL FOR GARDENS AND lawns. Dial 2-4242. W. S. Counsman. PLANTS FOR SALE Tomatoes, cabbage, cauliflower, snap dragons asters. Also hardy plants. Pansles qull : , . lanlla, etc. 2-7757. . Weisel Bros., 2007 20th St. Dial Coal PEOPLE'S COAL .. 710 4th ST PHONE 2-7777. HARD COAL, BOO, STOVE. NUT. .. .$11.75 PTVA COAL ................ • • •* "• '" MADISON LUMP, EGO PREPARED. .$ 4.00 MILLER RUSTY LUMP, DYSART. .$ 3.75 COLLECT ON DELIVERY. TELEPHONE 2-3501 OR 2-0818. 1 OR MORE TONS. HARD COAL. NUT SIZE JI2.00 MADISON SCREENED LUMP 54.00 MADRON EGO AND NUT $4.00 DRIVER COLLECTS IN ALL CASES. " SERVICE FUEL CO. IT'LL PAY YOU TO REPAIR AND IMPROVE YOUR HOME! Carpenter and Building. Free Estimates. J P LEIDEN, General Contractor-Builder, 1005 22nd Avc. (Lots for Sale) Phone 8814. Repairing v our Home IS A GOOD INVESTMENT. Such as a new porch, new roof, doors, windows, steps, also garages and house painting. THE ALTOONA HOME BUILDING CO.. Phono 2-4706. 2732 U nlon Ave John Arthur, Mgr. RE-UPHOLSTERINO— PRICES LOW ALL work guaranteed. Estimates free city and OWIN COAL CO.-dWlN SPECIAL, MIL- ler and Madison coal at attractive prices. 1911 Margaret Ave. Phone 2M04 01 6623. McGuire Coal Co. McGuire Special and . All Grades Of Coal 913 I Bill Slri-rt IMione OAK \VK 33rd ST.—LOT 50x120. PRICE $250 to quick buyer. Inquire 2307 18th Ave. Dial 2-9184. CALVERT HILLS Don't buy a vacant lot anywhere vintil you have driven over the paved streets and inspected CALVERT HILLS Office 1115 llth St. Burn PAGE COAL For Economy, Warmth and Health Demand Our Wclghbill G. F. Eichenlaub Coal Co. Dial 9-5210 MARVA OAK FLOORING Ready filled find varnished oak flooring. A new and modern up-to- data floor. BARTLEY LUMBER, CO. CONTRACTORS 2H Seventh Avc. Phono 2-7079. Roofing—Spouting—Metal . Ceilings Sheet Metal Work H. Sabathne & Son /08 Eighth Ave. Dial 651i rents and other proper *nafge* Dollars ($10.00). . ., _ t i,. r r(! . the Borough oC Duncansvllle at Its regular meeting held the 7th day of March, A. D. 1WO- O. EDWIN SHOENFELT, President ot the Borough Council. Attest: Money To Loan FARM FOR RENT, 15 MINUTES' DRIVE from Altoona. Phone 78D3. 1121 17th AVE.—2nd FLOOR, 5 and bath, electric stove, shades, ter D p. m. Dial 2-5707. ROOMS Call af- 2320 8th AVE.—3 ROOMS, FIRST FLOOR, all conveniences, $2S; -1 rooms second floor, all conveniences, ?28. Dial 2-0307, 7443 or 2-6056. ^^ CALVERT APTS., 2507 W. CHEST. AVE., modern. 6 rooms, 2nd floor, hardwood floora, fireplace, porches, line condition, $48. ""05 7th AVE.—FIRST FLOOR, 4. ROOMS, bath 1937 W. Chestnut, 2ndI floor. 4 rooms, all improvements. Phone 5076. Rent —Cottages vs^vxxxsxwx^xs^^^^-^^^^^'^^Nxvxxy^ ARDENHEIM — COMPLETELY FURNISH- cottages. S15-20 wit. Special season rates. For Inspection, bookings see or write J. K. Valentine, R. F. D. 3. Huntingdon, Pa. v s SMALL FARM OF « ACRES, LOCATED ON Buckhorn road, 1 mile trom Aitoona. 8- room house, bath, electric light, spring water In house. 2-car garage, chicken houses, all necessary outbuildings. Some bearing fruit trees Price very reasonable if sold soon. Inquire W. C. Walker, Buckhorn road, or Dial 9-0193. MAPLETON—COTTAGES, RIVER FRONT. Also large house, furnished or unfurnished, every convenience. Mrs. Speer, Mapleton Depot. COLORED MAN chauffeur Cor ] traveling man. 1" ,,^~.~ ~.. r - . out of town. First class references. 412 22nd St. Dial 4830. DESIRES POSITION AS In or Inquire 26 10 10 H 0 0 ..AB. R. H. O. A. E. . 2 0 . 'i 0 . 1 0 . 0 0 . 2 U . '2 0 . -' 0 . a o . U 0 . 'i 0 . 'i 0 17 0 Situation Wanted—Female WOMAN WANTS WORK-CLEAN OFFICES or big buildings. Call 2-3750. 3 ROOMS, BATH, FINISHED ATTIC, QAS and electric light. Hot water and te ephono service. $20 month. Inquire 706 4th &t. Dial 2-1003. Rent — Miscellaneous 303 GRANT AVE.-7 ROOMS, NEW PAPER, all conveniences, 1-car garage. 714 4th St.—3-room apartment, bath, big enclosed porch ,, 712-14 4th St.—2 large storerooms, suitable for any kind of business. 122 1st Ave.—5 rooms with conveniences. Also 9th Ave. and 39th St.—5 rooms, ', 3 acre of ground. =ONS I 1824 Union Ave. Dial 9994. 510 16th ST.—SECOND FLOOR DUPLEX, 6 rooms, all conveniences. S3S Inquire John Martin, 518 16th St.. or Dial 2-5002 or 1)029. FOR RENT—12-CAR GARAGE. RENT reasonable. Can be used for storage or washing cars. Inquire 107 E. 3rd Ave. or Dial 2-1183. 1514 7th AVE.-MODERN SECOND I-LOOK apartment, enclosed porches. Exce ent condition. Hot water heat, gas range, linoleum, blinds. E. R. Halton, 1510 7th Ave. MAJESTIC APT., APARTMENT CONSIS f- ing of living room, breakfast room, kitchenette, bedroom, bath, unclosed front porch and all conveniences, J35; also apartment at $30. Dial 2-8380 or after 6 p. m. 2-8100. GERMAN GIRL DESIRES WORK OF kind. Call at 1225 Crawford Avc. ANY YOUNG WOMAN WITH SMALL faON, wants housework. Good home preferable to high wages. Phone 2-B028. _ LADY WISHES DAY WORK. references. Dial 6581. BEST OF 18-YR.-OLD HIGH SCHOOL GIRL Db- Bire5 to help with housework and care of children. Call at 115 Landis St., Llyswen. gross Keys 3 10 10 ^ (JS1 30—10 000 00— 0 MIDDLE AGED LADY WISHES HOU.SB.- keenlng for widower. Can give reterenue. Phone 2-4627 or 507 8th Ave.. Junlala. YOUNG LADY WISHES DAY'S WORK OR by the week. Good references furnished. Dial 2-1290. LA I~DESIRKS HOUSEKEEPING FOR widower or housework for small family. Good reference. Dial 2-2649. Rent — Furnished Rooms Kel'lyB 2, Cross Keys <i. Orimme «, Hunshberger Stolen bases. Myers, H Hoover 1 Pitching Sergei- 1 2-3, 0 hitu, & runs. Paudrea. i J'OClILfcU U1KU WINS. ' The Albatross Pigeon Hai;ing U. 300 mile |- ace June 1 », O. Tills was the la.stes e present season ami Hie uumpeti- r *">u was very Uetii. Noo'B Grizzle," in the lolt of H. A'Oii lii'st j>lact \viUi i^n <tver- "lipeed "f 1350.to yds. per minute. Hawli" mid "Blue Boy" ol 'of J Mfliitcish won hei.-oud and h'lfd place-. The rac-iiiB time of the wa» b' hrs.. '^ iiiinuti-o miles. The nummary: NICELY FURNISHED j modern conveniences. I 13lli St. ROOMS WITH ALL Rent S3 up. 1JO- « ,07 19th ST.—5 ROOMS, BATH, PRIVATE basement, heat, shades, range furnished. Inquire 505 19th St. 887 23rd ST.—2nd FLOOR APT.. 4 ROOMb, hath iue of 3rd floor and cellar, large front, porch, ample wardrobes and linen clos- •t space Range, .shades, linoleum, screens and heat furnished. For rent to reliable party. Dial 2-0880. 5-ROOM UP-TO-DATE DAYLIGHT API., in0712th St. Inquire O. L. McCartney, 1200 15th Ave. APT., 17111 Hth AVE., ALTOONA—4 BRIGHT rooms, private, bath and entrance, heat, yard. $23. 4-ROOM APT., RANGE, BLINDS FUR- nished all modern conveniences. Rent $ Inquire D. E. Furry, 2U01 Maple Avc. lie — Furniture .NX<^^'VV>^N'S^W"»^%> 1 . WOLF FURNITURE CO.. 1501 llth AVE. OFFERS China Closet Moore's Combination Range Dresser 3 PC. Reed Suite S1.UOO-S10.000 TO LOAN gage. Inquire Lloyd Bide., Hollldaysburg. FIRST MORT- Smith. Walsh LOANS TO S300. HOUSEHOLD GOODS AS security. Legal rates. Altoona Loan Assn.. 204 Central Trust Bldg. Phone bbBJ. READY MIXED CONCRETE East Side Coal & Supply Co. 812 Eighth Street Dial 8178 Approved by me this 7 A. D. 1930. } K SHOENFBL.I, Burgess ot the Borough of Duncansvlll*. Slid REGISTKK'H NOTICE. To all legatees, distributors, creditors other persons concerned: i-niinwlnir Notice is hereby given that the '0''°*™! named persons did on the date "I"*™ to their names file their accounts In the Of- lec of the Register for the probate or. Wills and granted Letters of Administration in and for the Cn-.mty of Blair and State of Pennsylvania, That the said executors Administrators.' Guardians ami Trustees have settled their accounts In tTm office of the said Register and thai: tho name will he presented to the Orphan B Court of said County, In the Court House of said County, for Confirmation on WED- NBSD !lime 18. IHSO, at W.80 a. m. ACKERMAN, LEE H.-May 16, AHoona, The Mountain City Trust Co., admr. MONEY TO LOAN $5.700—011 improved property in amounts to suit borrower—$5,700. WALTER J. HENRY, Commerce Bldg. Phone 6200. MONEV TO LOAN ON IMPROVED PROP- erty in amounts to suit borrowers. O. Nevln Dlvcly. 1321 llth Ave. Mortgage Loans Milt or Monthly L. Wm. Borland Itcnltor—Insurance Union Hunk Ulil B . Oiul 2-7U2S. .$18.00 .$81.SO .$18.00 .$25.00 FOR SALE—LIVING ROOM SUITE, BLD- room suite. Leaving city. Apply at once. 2421 8th Ave. Dial 2-2900. OAK DINING ROOM SUITE, 8 FT. TABLK buffet, serving table, 6 chairs. Inquire 2208 6th Ave. 1913 4th ST.—STOREROOM, SUITABLE for barber shop, beauty parlor or any kind of business. Inquire Altoona Plate Glass Co., 725 Green Ave. Phone 8886. HOUSEHOLD GOODS—MAHOGANY LIV- InE room suite, covered with black leather; dining room suite, piano, leather couch, single bed, dresser, miscellaneous. Inquire 001 58th St. FOR RENT—BEAUTY PARLOR, LOCA- tlon first floor apartment, 1112 13th Avc., handy Penn-AIto and business district. Apply March's. 1224 llth Avc. Sale Or Rent 8-ROOM HOUSE. LIGHT AND WELL WA ter in kitchen. New root. 1 acre ground. Very suitable lor raising chlcliens or garden. Fruit trees, grape arbor. Sale terms reasonable. Located 2'Jth Ave. and 15th bt. Inquire of Charles A. Auker, 1321 llth Ave. Business and Office Needs SHOW CASES—ALL SIZES Two 12 foot. 2nd nand. Frlgidalre Soda Fountains. Soda Tables and Chairs. Just what you need If you are starting In ""windshield and Uooi Uluas installed. \LTOONA PLATE GLASS CO. 725 Green Ave. Dial 8S8H or 2-7300. NEED MONEV yUlCKLVV Cash Loans up to $300 !!•» Houi Service Small Monthly Repayments You'll be surprised how easily a loan can be arranged. Our friendly and courteous service has helped many when they needed money quickly. Come in. -phone ot write for full Information. There Is no obligation. Benefical Loan Society Room 1, Second Floor, 1300 Eleventh Ave.. Cor. 13th St., KEYSTONE Armature Works 1814-18 Union Avenue, Altoona Phone 2-6742 Armature Winding, Motor Repairing, Winding Fields. Colls. Electric Magnets. Motors. Generators. Klcvatnrs. Machine Works. 3,000 INSTALLED FRONT RANK WARM AIR FURNACE J. W. SHOENFELT 881 I7th Street 23. AHoona, ,„„„„. 8, Altoona, Pointing— Papering PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING — First class work by experienced men. lis- ttmates cheerfully furnished. J. B. White, 217 E. Crawford Ave. Dial 2-6092. S. A.'HITE & SONS Dependable House Painting. Wall Papers of Distinction. ^010-14 Seventh Avc. 1, Altoona, Blair twp.. FranKsvown Altoona, Pa. Telephone "ulal 2-4U70. Open 8.30 tu 5 — Saturday 8. 'JO to 1. Miscellaneous WELLS TO UK1LL" —ANY UKPTH OK diameter; also pumps installed, liny make, both Imnd and electric. All lilmia ut pumps repaired. 30 years experience In Alioonu and vicinity. All work guaranteed and prices right, call Wlaslngcr Bros., sans 8th Avo. Phono 2-2801. Moving — Hauling LOCAL ANU LONG DISTANCE HAULING with largest padded van. Reasonable rates. Bryan, 10-i K. 3nl Avc. Dla.1 UO-1U. MONEY TO LOAN I have $3 000 or 53,500 lo loan on Altoonii Improved real estate. Can place same at once. JOHN S. SEEDS 1115 llth St. D-ROOM HOL'SK, Vs ACRK LOT, U MILKS from Petersburg, at the fool of Timsey Ml Make line place for vacation or out- im,'. Inquire at 1813 Walton Ave., Altoona, Pa. 5-ROOM FLAT, ALL CONVENIENCES, $20 month; also storeroom at 507 15th bt. Reasonable rent. Inquire 007 15th St. 4 ROOMS AND BATH. RENT REASON- able. Inquire No. 1, Apt., Flatirorl Bldg. WAYNE APTS., 1106 18th ST., 3 ROOMS and bath, all conveniences. Rent $25. W. B. Cassidy. Dial 2-7B63. 1321 8th AVE.—SECOND FLOOR, 4 ROOMS and uli:"vu room. 131ti bill Ave.—First floor, 4 rooms, both have private both, gus ranges, shades, heat, furnished. Dial B573 0-12 a. m. or b.30-9 p. m. Sale — Houses *> HOMK IN COLUMBIA PARK DISTRICT. H rooms, tile bath, cement cellar. -!-car guragc. $8,ouu; $500 cash. Call U023 between 6 and 7 p. in. U7 LOGAN AVK.. LLYSWEN-FRAME house slate roof. Lot 75x120. All conveniences. Adjoins Mansion Blvd. Dial 4883. 910 BOULEVARD, JUNIATA — (I-ROOM house with Hnluhod Boors, all modern conveniences. Inquire above address. Musical Instruments ^^^xv^sx^^^^xxs^v^y/^^K^^^vx^^^^vxv^s^vxwv PALMER PLAYER PIANO, .flOO.OO Mahogany case and bench. "fl rolls. Good condition. WEAVER FACTORY SHOWROOM, 1620-22 Eleventh Ave. Business Opportunities RESTAURANT, 812 17th ST.-1NCOME from $20 to J25 per day. Small rent. Will sell cheap. Inquire 812 17th St. KILLINGEIt - LOCAL AND LUNG UIS- tance moving. Experienced piano .work. Contract hauling Dy day or Hour. Dial 2-II71H. MOVING AND LIGHT HAULING DONE. Alao ashes and rubbish. Rates reasonable. Ulal <JiiU7. U W. LOOM1S I'KANSFER— LUCAL AND long diataticu Hauling. Freight hauling a specially. 212 Cherry Ave. Phone 2-S28U. MOVING—MOTOR VAN SKIIVICK TO ANY point. Local anil long illntanui-. Moving by padded vans. Also trucks on contract. Filer's Traiiiti-r, 1808 4th Avc. Dial 2-8730. Office phone 777U. j"3iiN Bna <l-.-Max 17 Margaret H. Anderson, ct al, ex rs, SCL- ARMSTRONa'EMMA IS, -May 17.' Altoona, Central Trust company, ex'r. BURKET. GEORGE M.-Fcb. 21. Logan OHN Be c B -Ma X ;! X - 10. AHoona. NE^V-A'pr. William .T. Thompson, adm'r. BOLLINOER, CASPER— May Carrie F. Bellinger, adm'x. BIBLE. HARRY E.— May 8, Altoona. Bctlia M. Bible, adm'x. . BURGET, ANDREW B.— May IB. Norm Woodbury twp., Mary E. Fornwalt. et ah. BENTON MARY JANE— May 17. Freedom twp., Edward Bcnton, adm'r. CONRAD. SARAH K. — Mar. fl. Blair twp.. William F. MeKcndrec, ndm'r. COPPERSMITH MARGARET M.— Apr. .!.%, Roarlnu Spring, Emory C. darbcr, adm r. CLARK. THOMAS H.-May 5. Altooiia, CA^DWELL^WILLIAM Z.— May 13, Hol- lldayshurg, Margaret Marks, et al, CASSADY! ANNA G.— May 16, Altoona, J. Frank Cnssldy, adm'r. DUMM, MARY— Fob. 24, Altoona, W. Frank Vaughn, ex'r. DUNKLE. WILLIAM— May 2, Taylor twp.. Oliver Dunklc, ex'r. DAMICIA, FELIPPO— May 2, Logan twp.. Leonard P. Galluccl, adm'r. ERIIARD, ALFRED T.— May Dora M. Erhard. adm'x. FORSHT, JOHN S.— Mar. 24, Edward Forsht, et al, cx'rs. FAWKS, GRANT S. — May 13, twp., Cathern S. Fawks, adm'x. FUNK. JAMBS P. — May 17. Altoona, W. Frank Vaughn, ex'r. GARNER. GHORO.E H.— Apr. 21, TyroiiB. Annie C. Garner, ot al, udm'ra. CAREER. VIOLA J.— May 1.!, Kc.HMlg SprltiK Silas H. Ottrhcr, adm'r.- GILDEA, GEORGE W.-May 16, Holll- daysburg. Frank H. Fay. adm'r. HUEBSCHER. JOHN K.— alias John C.— Arum C. Huehscher, adm'x. HUGHES. SARAH D.— Mar. 8, Altoona. Mabel H. Moore, ex'tx. HOFF. JUSTICE A.— Apr. 7, Tyrone, Isabel <'. Hunter, ex'tx. HAAGEN. MARGARET HICKS— Apr. 37, David H. Haagnn. testamentary Kdn. 11AWN. J. W. — May 6. Altoona, George Hawn, i't al, cx'rs. IRWIN. R. J.— Feb. 17, Hollldaysburg, Barbara Irwln, adm'x. ISENBERG. M. BLAIR— May 16, Hollldays- luu-g. Elda I. Corbo, adm'r.. llrsi and JOHNSTON. ANNA BELLB— May 5, Al- toonn, Edmund 11. Turner, cx'r. KLINE. NELLIE E.~ May 17, Bellwood, Tho Mountain City Trust company, ex'r. KOPP, MARY— May 17, Altoona, Howard M. Sell, adm'r. KUON. AMANDA, Mny 17. I'vro M. Bahlrlgi 1 , ex'r. LINGENFELTER. JOHN- Feb. cansvllle. Harry Llngenfclter, LEAPER n Fl',ORENCE-Mar. V. •^vv .i!io r gdn. LAIRD. R. C. — Mar. 11. AntlB W. Laird,- adm'r. LLEWYELLYN, MAUDE — May Charles J. Llewellyn, cx'r. LEEPER. HELEN — May 12. A. H. Wi.od- MERRITTS', MARY J.. J.— May 17, Altoona, William J. Men-lit, sr., ex'r. (IrM end partial. MORROW. FRANK T. — May II -\lloini» .1. W. Shoentelt, adm'r. NH'EWONOER. SARAH H. — May 11, l.nsati twp.. Blair S. SnowbiM-ger, ^d.n'r. c. 1. u.. supplemental. PARSON, WILLIAM-Apr. 21, Charles S. RA I H a LK*' JOSEPH PAUL— Apr. 2, Altoona, 1'niil Ralhle. ex'r, Chat c« 14, ex'r, Dun- first Sate — Miscellaneous TYPEWRITERS—ALL STANDARD MAKES repaired and overhauled. Parts, ribbons and supplies for every machine. Call 2-1S27. B. F. BARR, 1027 lllh Ave. HILLSIDE AVE.. ELDORADO—2 MODERN homes of 0 and 7 rooms, with 1 or morn acres of land. These properties have been reduced to sell quickly. See owner at W. W. Scliuni'a, 560 58th St., or phone 3-1842. SIX ROOM BUNGALOW, 1 ACRE OF ground or more if desired, spring water. Good roads. Five minutes' drive from Udo- rado, O. E. Rupp. Caim'n Station. ( lub ! li-oin rate- ; 101:2 LEXINGTON AVli.- 3 apartment. tuliahle for PTcln-s, yard. Dial 2-7723. SMALL ROOM small family. 1210 llth AVE.—SECOND FLOOR. !i ruunic, bath, nurchi-s. Moderate rent Jor this location. U2B 4lli AVE., 3- K. McGrath, 260ti _ rHKIiRFri, CONNECTING FURNISHED : ruums lor light hou=.:kn;pini!. l'''™«. '«"* i entrance. Inquire 613 1'lti St. Dial 2-S741. FOR RENT—JUNIATA, room Apt. Rent SIB. Broad. Dial 2-2171. FURNISHED i bath. Inqui the ; Chestnut Avc. P.UOM WITH PRIVATE re Mr*. D. E. North. 2101 VV- Phone 2-7litiB or 2-684: FIRST AND SECOND FLOOR DUPLEX, porches, all conveniences. Inquire 2420 7th Avc. l tlie KOO.M . I lor 1 Dial BOARD IN PRIVATE HOME men, all convtiiK-nc-ei.. Use of ii'iible location. Also luruished KOO.MS AND BATH. FRONT AND BACK porches. Private sjarage. Located hi - Llyswcii. 2-U601 or 82S6. Yd.,. * Ownti J. Vot-'hU-i . MdlltOlill . )tclutus)i y. buhl . . Mm. FUKN1KHED ROOM FOK fcqualcs from J J i.-.'jn-Alto. adults. All convenience.-. FI'I-CNlsHKD tram-.-, all (JKN'I'I.K.MEN, In Jaiiilly_ of Dial 2-bJUi. 6-KOO.M APARTMENT. 2515 BROAD AVE., 2nd tloor duplex, (las range, kitchen cabinet, linoleum in bath and kitchen. Dial 2-3032. Available on ur before June 20. CONVENIENCES, •n, bedroom, hah, 21 tilll Ave., Juni- KOOM. PRIVATE KN- f(jiiveiileiii.-e£. Latly nreferied. J18 kth .•^^t. 0 ROOMS, BATH, ALL privatu i-ntranee, hitch newly papered. Inquire ; ata. ' Bun llv D ROOM ille agtd -<J. I.'w: IN A ^RIVA'lt: FAM- -eli-rrcd. Ri-l.-re. Dial L'-I462. KOO.M.S AND Inquire next * JUI1H SfllKUl Cwh A A. (iie Midway." of Onliii; this «all. ' de* jjami-i, SouaJ aud luui I UKI;. ••ftiuu'l old man will JM.I in.-. J'Uth Uni" lo,.tij..l! li/;<m on the i'lic *.'!'' -ijio . > htaule witli thiti- iiili-r.itf- iJJo 'J '"••» CoiiJertiJ'.-u ijlli 12111 ST.-APARTMENT. ! bath, front, porch, laundry, door, Dr. IValer. j 1.1CHT, l.-Hlil-ja-'l.'l, KOOMri. BATH. ALL i-unvi-nii.-ni:e:j. Fine loealinn. Paijered tlii-oiiiihoul. RoIiTence required. inquire 21M7 Bruad Ave. 70S* )llth bath adjul unfurnUhed. NICE ROOM JVC fcl«< J-'I'KNlSHlili ROUMK. truiiij uoor, furnished or 64 4 2. loth AV'lv — SKCOND STUitV DUA, live rooms ami bath. Sjjiendld loca- Dial 2-;j3oU. ,1. FrKNISilKp W. »3.50 ;,'•( ' 4'^.Ou. AH'L'IJ. FUK LIGHT i-eK Another 1U1 1&IU Avii, &U4 LLOYD ST.--1 KOIJ.MS AND MATH, hoi water hi-al. Suitably; Jur light hoi«.e- kecpmi,'. Keaioiiable rent. Inquire 1!00 Ji. itlh Avc. •'<:. STORY, MODERN BRICK HOME. 'Practically new, all conveniences, lawn and shrubbery. Lot 40x120. Owner leaving city. 1804 2nd Ave. 100 LB. HKFRHiERATOR. $15: dining table, .$2. In A-l condition. j.:-i 4th Ave., Jim. Dial 2-09B4. PORCH CHAIRS RESEATED — RUSH style chair .sealing, chair calling of all Kinds. Also rag rug and carpet weaving. Work called for and delivered. Weaving Works, 211U tith Ave. Dial 2-8513. S35.000 WORTH OF JEWELRY STORK equipment, including 1,501) si|. H- ol French plate glass: ideally located pool room, ready lo open for Imalneas, 3,000 It. tloor space, 12 tables, electric cash register. Complete grocery and butcher shop, located In Junlata, everything ready lo open for business. Will either sell or exchange above businesses for anything. When yon want to buy anything, sec. Canole and Hell, -Jja (1th Ave. MOVING—LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE, with largest padded vans in c-.l;. Piano loving, crating furniture and storage In reproof building. J. H. McKce, office 82!i llth St. Dial 2-iiOlli. Wl'Htini H. . , twp., John S, Altoonn. COMPLiOTELY EQUIPPED RESTAURANT, located 827 8th Avc. Bargain to ijulck buyer. Inquire on premises. MEAT AND GHOCKRY MARKET FOR sali- Best location in the i-lty. Cheap to right party. Reason lor selling, other business. Write 1B53-1.. Mirror. FOR SALE OR TRAD IS '1-family apartment house, corner location. Income $105 monthly. WU1 sell reasonable or will trade on a home. J. J. Kabella. 709 Gurhcr St., HolHdayshurg. Phone 1U72. SPRUCE AVE., 3217—BUNGALOW, rooms, hot air heat, lot 40x120. $2,400.00—$10.00 down, balance monthly payments. HOWARD J DARR, 1118 14111 St. Dial 2-3188. l-'I V'E Price small 5118 Broad Avc. Extension (i-ruom dwelling, conveniences, cemented cellar, lot il^xl^O ft. Only '!'. CHESTER PARSONS 1107 llitli Avc. Plione ^-&1U-'. SPECIAL 6-roum fraine dwelling, llu8 - ulh st ' L ' un " tainlng heat, bath. Kaa and electric liglil. Front and rear poivlics. Price $2,7UO; terms can he arranged. C. D. BLOOM Kealtor — Insurance, 1311 12th St. f ligue i-23S3. SCREliN DOOR, MEASUREMENTS 7 FT. 7 IN. HIGH, 28 IN. WIDE. SHE "CUSTODIAN," ALTOONA MIRROR OFFICE. FOR SALE —12 BASEBALL SUITS AND number of bats, to highest bidder. Jr. Mechanics, No. 370. Tlinrs. evening, 7.JO, East End hall. REED BABY COACH, IN tion. Will sell reasonable. 7th Ave. Dial 2-3D-1S. GOOD CONDI- Inqulre at 2428 FOR SALE—GROCERY, CONFECTIONERY store doing a nice business. Owner leaving town. Call 1M-J, I'hlllpslmrg, Pa. SMALL MANUFACTURING BUSINESS; he advantageous for some one living out ot town. Inn. H2 W. ImlNAve., Junlatn. Mortician <v~w^^yNxw^- N. A. STEVENS No Chaiye toi Use ot Memorial Chapel Funeral Director Kighlh Avu. l j lione All the Lumber Stock of FLUKE CO. Inc., FOR SALE AT ';, OFF COST Inquire At Kculc Avu. Sale — Horses and Cattle FOR SAU-J—FKKS11 HOLSTKIN COW, fourth calf. Inquire Smith Bruthera. 'i mill- douth of Hollldaysburb-. un Bedford Co. pike. Phone 9U5-R1, HollldaysburK. JERSEY COW WITH FOURTH CALF: alsu bay mare. 10 years old. M. I'. Wledemcr, Duncanaville, Maple Hollow. FOR SALE—COW AND CALF. INyUIKE Nykola SlywczuJi, KHtamiiilg Point road, Sox. SS-A. Dressmaking DRESSMAKING By expert French lady, at home or by Call 57. Bellwood. day ONU DISTANCE MUVINU. PADDt'JU VAN. Storage, sepurule booths, ii'lreprool lildg tine's. «19 3rd Avo. Dlul 651U—2-12HI. Legal Notices Cleaning — Renovating N ^^SX^^%X>^^^^-w^»^X^/^^XXX\XX^X^^XXX\XN^S^» UATTKEBBBH AND BOX SPRINGS UKN ovated. Altoona Mattress MfK. Co.. 19th at. Dial 4U42. CAHPKl'ti AND KUOa CLiiANED TO LOO! like new. Monarch Carpet CleunMiK Works Telephone Io84 foi quick service. Wo Hi'cuiiiiiiend The Altoona Sanitary Laundry l«'or Prompt Service and Cuud Wurls NOTICE Notice lu hereby given that the Inlliiwlng ccountH have been liled In the OIIH.'e of Ihe L'li-rk of the Orphans' Court of lilair County. 'ennsylvuiiia, and will hi: presenled to said Jourt for continuation on \EDNESDAY. JUNK IS. 1930, AT 9 A. M. First and linal aixount nl tile Fanners' ml Mereha.ntn' National Bank, nl Tyrone. *a., Guardian ot Josephine Mllier. a minor lilld of Hattle S. Miller. First and Partial account or the Mountain ?lty Trust Company, (luardian of Fri'derlek 3. Hau.ser, minor child of Carl C. Hauser, leceused. First mid Firml necount nt tho Mountain "Ity Trust Company. (.Inardian of <'harles M Huuscr, minor child of Carl C. Hauser, leceased. First Hilfl Partial aer.unnt of the Mountain 'Ity Trust Company, lluardlan of llonald A. Hauser, minor child of Carl C. Hauser, deceased. First anil Final account of Unrnln Deposit nut Trust Company. Trustee In Partition of .hi: Estate of Ruth Robley, deceased, late ol Logan Township. First and Final account of Chester B. Wray. Guardian of the Estate of William Kills and Helen Marie Ritls. minor children of Kills V. Rills', deceased. First arid h'lnal account of (i. W. Strung. Trustee for Mary B. Stoncbrakel', widow ot Atlinry StoliebraUe. deceased. First and Final areoiint of John Di'Vinei-n- y.is. Guardian of Mary Urlngoli. Joseph Grin- goll. Joseph Gi-in«i)li. nnd 1'arinelo GrhiKoll, minor children uf Mlelmel Grinnull. deceased. First and Partial account "f Mountain c'ltv Trust ('omiwuiy, Trustee under the last Will and Testament of Margaret A. Trout, late of t.oKan Township. First and Final account of S. K. Beyer. Guardian of Robert Raymond Waring, minor child of Carl li. Waring, late of Tyrone Township, deceased Second and Purllul account of (-'learlield Trust Company, Guardian of Earl Lamburn. a minor. First anil Final account of John U. Crlr- till. mirvlvlllK li'Mameiitary Tru.Uec ol the Kstate of Joseph A. Atlef. late of Tyrone Borough. Flr.il and Partial account of Samuel M. Davis. Guardian id' Herman Davis, minor child uf G. W. i.'aviri. deceased, late of the Borough of HHIwDud. First and Partial account ot Samuel M. Davis. Guardian of Ethel Davis, minor child of G. W. Davis decei-scd. lute ul Ihe Bor- uUKh of Bellwood. First and Partial ueeount ol Samuel M. Davis. Guardian of Sti-wurl Duvis, minor i-hlld of G. W. David, deceased, lale of the Borough ul Bellwood. dec-eased. First and Final uccount of Ralph F. Taylor. Guardian of Robert K. Lego, minor child of John VV. Lego, latu uf the Borough ul Bellwood. l am ivaimc, i-.v i . ROni.EY, RUTH--Apr. 15, Logan twp., Lincoln Deposit and Trust Co., adm^rs, second and linal. HOH1NSON. HBKTHiV Apr. 21. Altoona, John .1. Iliiherslnih. ex'r. HIi-IIART/, HKDWIG —Apr. 21. Altoona, Tin- German Society of the City ot New York, ex'r. KUGGI.KS, ADELINE—May 17. Altoona, Mountain City Trust Company, adm'r. STI-U'HWNH, CORA K. —Feb. 27, Altoona, Fran/. Klesewetter, i-x'r, first and partial. SHOEMAKER, SIMON —Mar. 6, Blair twp., John 11. Shoemaker, cx'r. STEEL. ROBERT I).- April 1, AHoona, S. Grant Sled, et al, ex's., first and partial. SOHRICK, ALICE S. —May 8, Woodbury l\vp., C. A. I'alterson, ex'r, first and partial. .. SMITH. JAMES K. —May 11, Altoona, Nora K Smith, ct al, ox'rs., first and partial. SMITH, GEOHGIO E.—May 17, Tyrone, E. E Itudger.s, ailm'r., first and partial. BCHWART2BART, MINNUO R. —May 17. Alloona, Jacob llegenbogen, adm'r. SCllfllM, JOHN K.--Ma« 17. 1830, Tyrone, Harry E. Schlrm. adiu'r.. first uml partial. TAYLOR. WILLIAM B.—or W. B.—April 17, Second National Bunk ot Alloona, adiu'r. VARDY. KUTH A.Mar. 3, Altoona, Minnie B. LlngenfeHi'r, adm'x. WI1ITAKEH. HELEN LOUISE —Apr. ». J. Chas. McFurluiul. Kdn., as slated by Clare S. McFarland. ex'tx. of J. Chas. McFar- laiul. di'oeaseil. YOKOVICH, JOHN —Mar. 11. Blair Four, Anna Vupner, adm'x. THOMAS G. 1'UUPLKS. Register of Wills. Register's Office, Hulllduyahui-K, i'a. May 19, 11)30. 111:1.is'ii:u-s NOTICK. Notice Is hereby given that Hie following In- venlurs of goods and cluilteU and uppraisc- inents uf real estate selected and appruisj.l ' agreeably lo Ihe provisions ul tho Act L f Jlllli: 7. 1917. P. L., 422, selling apart goods. lc.. to the amount of live hundred dollars tor tile use ul I lie widow and children ol decedents; having been liied 111 the K.-Kistei-o Office of Ulalr County, I'ennsyivaiiia. and will be presenled to the Orphans' t'ourt uf said County for confirmation on WEDNESDAY, June 18, 1030, at 9.30 a. in. BIESECKKR. .SAMUEL S.--Apr. 26. Al- tuuna, selected for uae ul Alice Biesecker, wlduw. KELLIOY. I.EVI--Fi-h. M. Alluuna. selected iur U.TC ul Carullne Kclley, \\iituw. KELLER, JA.MK.S L.- Mar. :n. Tyrone tw|... ul Beuluh E. Keller. , lected fur widow MATTEI'.N. HAVES selecled lor u.,e ol widow W. — Apr. ll.lcn 12, Tyrone. 11. Mattera, j. - \|ir. Ul. Antis nelecli-d ten- li.-,i! ul ,.nnle H Kcl^ll x.imw. I'.lTTKIt. IHA.M- F. -Apr 3D. Logan Iwp., selected Inr n.-.i: ot Jennie UlUer. widow. SMITH. WILLIAM II. -May li. AHuuna. t-e- Iccted lor n.-.c nl Ni-lli.; ;\1 Smith, w Hi w. THOMAS G. 1'EOPLFS, ItCKiater jt Wl"» Ki-gisti-r'.s (llllcc. MOST U* US NEVER MISS AN UPPOU- tunlty but .sumo Uu by uut leading Adu.
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