Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on November 9, 1929 · Page 18
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Altoona, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, November 9, 1929
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THfi AtTOONA MIRROR—SATU&DAV, NOVEMBER 9; " It's Gone" Quickly Turns to "It's Here"— Put An Altoona Mirror Ad on the Job LEGAL NOTICES PUBLIC SALE The Central Trust Company, guardlnn of Carl E. Dlffenderfcr, by virtue or nn order of Court of Hlair County to Nn. M *rri. Term. 19'JO. will exposr to public nuic:ry Saturday, November 23rd. 1020 at • 2 j>. m., the following described rcnl <Mlnic (vncanl). Situate In Antls Township, Hlair County. Pennsylvania. Beginning at. stones nn Hind of heirs of Oeo. H. Kn«ll.«li; thr-nce. N. 88'.4 degrees cast along line of laml of Kngllsli heirs 62 porches to a stone corner; thcnva 8 31 Vt decrees east nlnnK line alontf other lands of nalrl English heirs •!•! perches lo a stone corner of Inmls uf Absolom Crnltiii heirs; thence N. 84'i degrees west along llnu of land of said Craltie heirs no.II perches to a stone corner; thence N. W degrees west along UUP of salil flrnlm- 'M porches to place of hoRlnnliiK. Containing 12 acres. Terms of S;il"- 20 per cent when property Is sold and balance upon confirmation '(This ground Is situate ,n RlgulM flap, and In Kood state of cultlv:itl< n. i CENTRAL TRUST CO.. Guardian. H. W. OtJLP. Attorney. NOTICE'OF APPLICATION KOR CHARTER In the Court of Common Plraii of Blair County, Poiiiisvlvnnln. Notice Is herehy given that an application will be mndo to the Court nf Common Pleas of Blair County, 1'ennBylvnnln, on the I8t|l day of November. A. I>. 1020 nt ten o'clock a. m., under the Act of Assembly of the, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania entitled "An Act to provide for the Incorporation mill regulation of certain corporations, "approved MORTICIAN. M. Ac No Charge for Uno of Memorial Chapel Funeral Director U21 Eighth Avc. Phono 75S2. PERSONALS f! REMOVAL NOTICE MRS. .IEAN VAUOHAN Beauty Salon removed from 1411 llth Ave. lo Suite Ml and IM2, Third floor, CENTRAL TRUST RLI>(1. Elevator Service. Phone 2-5030. CLOTHING. PA- IHTS and books. Our demands arc heavy. 710 8th Ave., Salvation Army. Phono 2-:i7. r IO. HELP WANTED— FEMALE liKfl MK mon.?y fltMdny.^EstabllHh your , PAINTING AND PAPER HANGING— imvltiK sewing business. Materials cut. I First class work by experienced men. Es- rlpnre unnecessnry. Write Immediately. I tlmates cheerfully furnished. J. B. White, ... .., I>rr.«.s Specialty, 44ft St. Francois Xavler, Montn^l, Canada, O. Kelp Wanted— Male & Female FARMER AND WIFE, WITHOUT CHIL- dren. Maii lo help with farm work, woman to help with housework. Board and room furnished. Permanent position. Write W. K. Anderson, Ebenshurg, Pa. Bell phone (I20-R2. DISTRIBUTOR WANTED — FOR NEW Hoap, supplies and tools, selling direct to KaragR trade. Man with car to act as district manager. Work near home. Exclusive territory. The Connecticut Can Co., Hartford, Conn. 217 E. Crawford Avc. Dial 2-6092. S. A. HITE &SONS Dependable House Painting 1 . Wall Paper of Distinction. 2510-14 Seventh Ave. SALVATION ARMY SOCIAL SERVICE— --710 8th Avc., will help you eliminate lire hazard by removing your waste papers. NIKS, etc. Dial 2-3730 and an official truck will call for your donation. 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. Interna- Aprll 211. »874. ami or the. MpplcmentH i £ • • schools. 'Room 41, Goldschmld thereto, lor the rbnrter of nn Intended cor- jj.. ' poratlon of the duns to be called Inn | umB ' . . "ITALlAN-AMKItlCAN WOMEN (,ITI/,KNH ;- VAPOR BATHS AND MAH- AGENTS—SHOE SOLES FOR TEN CENTS Spreads on with knife, like butter. Waterproof, pliable and wears like leather. Write for big money making proposition and no cost sample. Universal Laboratories, Inc., Dept. SOB. DCS Molnes, Iowa. MAKE"SB ON $7.50 SALE. NEW BUSINESS necessity. Write for sample. Sales Manager. Suite 1B22, Wells VanBurcn Bldg., Chicago. MOVING— LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE, with largest padded vans In city. Piano moving, crating furniture and storage in llrcproot building. J. H. McKce, office 825 19th St.. Dial 2-6018. I.ONO DISTANCE MOVING. PADDED van. Storage, separate booths. Fireproof Bldg. Rlne's 019 3rd Ave. Dial 6510—2-1281. MOVING—MOTOR VAN SERVICE TO ANY point. Local and long distance. Moving hv padded vans. Also trucks on contract. Filer's Transfer, 1808 4th Ave. Dial 2-8739. Office phone 7779. II JOTI » T POLITICAL"CLUli,'' the"choracier and object of which Is to unlle In a social organization women of Italian birth and those, ot Kalian descent residing In the City of Altoona and also In the County of Blair; lo foster and promote u love for, and a knowledge of those fundamental principles upon which the American Government Is based* to educate women of ,'lnllan birth and'those of Italian descent residing In lliu City of Alloon.-i and also In the County of Blair lo n hlr.hcr appreciation nf Ihctr relation to the National, State and Municipal fjovernmnnt; to encourage them In an active niirtlrlpatlon In the nomination and cle«- | tlon of honest and capable officials; and to i raise funds by dues and assessments to pay ! for the necessary expenses to maintain the | said Corporallon; and lo do any and all i acls necessary for these purposes to have and to enjoy all the rights, benefits and ' prlvlleKes of the sold Act of Assembly and Its supplements. The. proposed Charter Is now on file In the Prolhonolary's olflcc. ANCiKLO A. SANTELLA. Solicitor. SULPHUR VAPOR BATHS AND MAS- sage. Dr. Kruse system. Dial 2-7635 for appointment. Mrs. Chas. U. C'asncr. MARCEL, ROUND CURL, SHAMPOO, WA- IIT wave, each 50c. Miss Clara Mctzgar, opr., 1112 20th Ave. Dial 8862. I,E MUR PERMANENT STEAM WAVE), $5, wllh scttlni! marcel 3Bc. Manicure 36c. Finger wave DOu. Dial 4213. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE The Estate, of Harriet Iliishbarijer, late of Altoona, Pa., deceased. Letters Teslamorilary on tho above Kstate, '. have been granted by Register of Blair County, to the. undersigned. All thoso owing Hald Estate, to make prompt payment and thoso. having claims n gainst the same, will present them In due form for settlement. CHARLKS J. McCULLOUOIl, Executor, Second National Bank Building, Alloomi, Pa. LOST—FOUND /N^v DOG WEARING LICENSE NO. 3197, CAM- hrla Co., found near Dean. Owner can have same by paying for ad and keep, at 130 Pine Ave., Altoona. BOSTON"BULL, BREAST AND 2 FRONT feet are white. Answers to "Pat." Reward. Dial 2-5348. SALESMEN BRUSH .SALESMEN We pay highest commission, furnish your gift brushes free, give larger (restricted) territory, promote you quickly. Prices reasonable, quality line more complete, nationally known, tested approved Good Housekeeping. Act now, company expanding, DONALD BRUSH CO., Camdcn, N. J. STRANGE NEW ELECTRIC IRON CORD! Prevents scorching. Saves electricity. Cannot kink or snarl. Used on telephones also. 526 dally. Samples free. Nevcrknot, 4603 Ravenswood, Chicago. LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE HAULING with largest padded van. Reasonable prices. Bryan, 104 E. 3rd Ave. Dial 6948. KILL1NOER — LOCAL AND LONG Distance moving. Experienced piano work. Contract hauling by day or hour. Dial 2-0716. ASHES. RUBBAGE, PAPER AND GARB- oge hauled from restaurants and utores especially. Dial 2-5807. PIANO TUNING NEWER AND BETTER METHODS IN piano tuning and repairing. All work guaranteed. R. D. Enterllne. Phone 4022. LOST—IN ALTOONA OR JUNIATA, GREEN fountain pen, prized a« a gift. Reward. Dial 2-708,1. LOST-BUNCH OF KEYS ON KEY CHAIN with Identity tag attached. Kindly return to I'cnn Central office, llth Ave. or call 2-0870. FOUND—FEMALE HOUND. OWNER CAN have by proving properly and paying for ad. Inquire 823 K. Crawford Avc. EVERYONE LIKES A CHEERFUL HOME, fiooil homes can he found in mosl any desirable location In our Real Estate columns. STRAYED—TWO BLACK HORSES 8TRAY- ed to my farm al Dry Run on Nov. B. j Owner can recover same upon payment of ad., keep and damage done. S. D. Ecknrd, R. D. 2, Duncansvllle, Pa. SPECIALTY SALESMEN EXPERIENCED In retail meal Industry to handle new spe* daily on commission basis. An unusual opportunity for Ihe right man. Give full details flrst letter. Vaughan Co., 740 N. Kranklln St., Chicago. SELL, IlEAL ROLD RAYON SILK BED spreads. Evcrroady tablecloths (no laundering.) Samples free. Earn $10 dally. Rold-Cagncy Co., 3S6 W. Ontario St., Chicago. . mcTEARNINGS SELLING FAMOUS GUAR- anlecd O. Henry shirts, underwear, pajamas, hosiery, neckwear. Elaboralc outfit free. Write today. O.Henry Shirt Co., Greensboro, N. C. PUBLIC SALE PUBLIC SALE Of the following personal property of Robert Slophonson for Ihe benefit of creditors: 1 1020 special model Kludebakcr Sedan. 1 onO'half suck Cement Mixer. Said salc'lo lake place al Will's Service Slallon, din Avcmm and 7th Street, Juniata, Saturday, November II). 1929, lit 2 o'clock P. m. Ternn of Salo — Cash when property Is struck, down. RUTH KORHHT. Assignee for benefit of creditors. WB DESIRE TO EXPRESS OUR THANKS and appreciation to our neighbors and frlunds for their kindness and sympathy ex- Icnded lo us during Hie lllnvsn and dealt* of Mrs. Ella Zlmmorer. Also for Ihe beaullful flowers and use of cars, MR. EMIL ZIMMERER AND FAMILY. IN MEMORIAM. IN MEMORY OF OUR DEAR FATHER, Mr. Franklyn Maurcr. who departed thlH llfo three years ago today, Nov. U, 1U2D. HIS CHILDREN. HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE Lost—On the ridge leading from thn Greenfield church to tho Moorehead farm, an open face green gold watch. Can be Identified by the fob, picture of the. Jennie Wade house. Reward. Notify C. O. Garber, Box 8, CJuccn. Pa. Phone Sproul 9R-5. HELP WANTED—MALE WANTED—RADIO 'SERVICE MAN WITH car. Write OflUB-L, care Mirror. ARE YOU SATISFIED WITH YOUR PRESENT EARNINGS? Are you making as much money as you should or feel you could with the right kind of a proposition? Is your acquaintance and your terrllory becoming more valuable to you each year? If you cannot conscientiously say Yes to all of tho above, then write us for our proposition before you sign a contract for next year. C. E. ERICKSON COMPANY, Inc., Des Molnes, Iowa, Manufacturers and Jobbers of America a Best Sellers In Specialty Advertising. SALESMEN—TO WIDE AWAKE SALES- men we offer exclusive territory on lino that sells; earns big money year around. Bank supplies, 1,000 advertising novelties, JOO exclusive calendars. Puts you In business offering complete advertising service. Big money on repeat orders. 30 successful years. Write Sales Mgr., Bankers Adv. and Supply Co., Iowa City, Iowa. YOUR CHILD WILL NEVER LEARN HAR- mony on an out of tune piano. For expert work, Dial Laughlin 2-4859. 20 yrs. ex. INSTRUCTION U. S. GOVERNMENT JOBS—$l,260-$3,400 year. Men-women, 18-50. Steady work. Vacation. Common education usually sufficient. 25 coached free. Full particulars free. Write Immcdlalely, Franklin Instt- lule, Dept. 287'H, Rochester, N. Y. WANTED TO BUY WANTED—TO BUY, GARBAGE FOR HOGS and pigs. Call Hollldaysburg 9020-R. RENT—FURNISHEtf ROOMS «^>*^*NXS**-^Xs/NXN^'S>M'syN/»****^*'V^*^^*'^ ADIES OR GENTLEMEN. DAT OR week, all conveniences. Rent $2.50 wk. up, nq. 901 Chiistnut Ave. Dial 2-4888. COAL BEST GRADES OF MOUNTAIN COAL— Special on Page and Rusty coalt Coal guaranteed. L. R. Gephart. Dial 6900. URNISHED ROOM, SUITABLE FOR TWO, all conveniences, with or without board, nqulre 1812 13th Ave. 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 lots, $3.75, $4.00, 14.25. Put In same day. Dial 6880. SEALFON COAL CO. Quality coal, honest weight. 2209 Union Ave. Dial 8908 or 6210. PEOPLE'S COAL CO. 730 4th STREET. PHONE 2-7777. HARD COAL, EGG. STOVE AND NUT, KEYSTONE MADISON SCREEN AND EQG PREPARED. $4.00. MILLER RUSTS LUMP AND DYSAJRT, $3.75. COLLECT ON DELIVERS. SERVICE FUEL CO. TELEPHONES 2-3B01 OR 2-0818 ONE OR MORE TOMS: HARD COAL, EGG. OR 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. 1th AVE., 191B—2 OR 3 WELL HEATED rooms, all conveniences, for housekeeping, aundry. Private entrance. ' COAL I COAL! COAL! London, Page and McNeils. Special rusty Baker and Delancy Black Diamond, $3.75 per ton. A. S. McGraw, 2318 7th Ave. Dial 2-3624. ORDERS FOR MOUNTAIN COAL GLADLY filled. Bids on large orders. W. B. Hoover, 1301 6th Ave. Dial 2-8848. 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. Phone 2-4242. W. S. Counsman. RUSTY LUMP, McNELIS BLANDBURG, Dysart, Loudon, $3.76 single ton; Madison $4.2B; Grcensburg, $4,BO; 'A ton $2,26. Dial 2-7106. SALESMAN—SPECIALTY CANDY LINES to stores. Sal. Com. Don't answer unless you have considerable experience and car. Write No BMO-L, Mirror office. PAGEANTRY SHOW AT INAUGURATION LONDON, Nov. 0.—London welcomed a succeHHor to its trudltlomil hero, Dlclc WhittltiKton, today, when Sir William Water-low was InaiiKuratcd .lord mayor umlclHt a fcHtlvul of medieval pageantry. Thousands of pageant-loving Londoners lined tho streets for hourn to «eo tho lord mayor's show, a gala event long before the cliiys of thu celebrated Dick and his oat. For most of thu afternoon, sturdy plUemen and urchurs, xtuunrh tradesmen and fumed companies of troops paraded tho tortuoim strnetH. .Starting from tho Guildhiill In the heart of the "city," thn guy procession wound Its way pant St. Paul's cathedral, black with ago, down historic Fleet street to the law rourts ut tho bottom of tho Strand. Sir William, a huge, jovial sportsman of 08, and the lieail of a largo printing llrni, rode In a carriage of gold leaf and platr glii.H.-i. Al thu law courts he swore alleglancu to tho Uing, doffed his aldermanlc co.s- tumo and put on robes similar to thoso worn by Dick Whltlington when he waa lord mayor. For one year Hir William will bo head of "the governod city In the world." His domain i.s onn squiiru mile—that part of the metropolitan district originally bounded by London wall and known to Londoners a.s thu "city." He will live In a gaunt, pillared mansion at one of tlui bush-nt corners in this busy dintrict. In the morning ho will presldu over the "city" police court, but in tho evening he most likely will bo .seen ut the head of a banquet table, for thu lord mayor must entertain huiidi'L'd.i of distinguished Because of the new lord mayor's connection with the printing Industry, part of the parade today depicted the history of printing. Numerous tableaux displayed the devrlopmeni of the craft from the time of William Caxton to the modern newspaper press. Other features were lloat.i depleting the history of the uutomohilu and a League of Nations pageant. The seventy-nine guilds of the "city" were represented as in previous years, the vintners, the cobblers, the scriveners, and the upholsterers all marching In the liveries of their crafts. Bands from the best English regiment lilled the air with martial music and detachments of London's Territorial volunteers reminded the crowds that the "free city" could still defend Its liberties if need be. The retiring lord mayor. Sir Kynus- ton Studd. rode In a. carriage behind .Sir William. TINOS C'All A'l' J.KH'l.STOlV.V. HUNTINGDON. Nov. U.—James C'Hara, golf instructor nt the Huntingdon Country club, hud hid car returned to him yesterday after it was stolen from the front of the club Thursday evening about 0 o'clock. Charles Bilk-ts, aged la, an inmate at the Pennsylvania Industrial reformatory, made his escape from the bank on Warrior Kidge where a of prisoners were working at l.&O o'clock Thursday afternoon and ii is the opinion of the officers that O'- Hara'a car was taken by him and abandoned at Lewistown where it was IS flUU ftt SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. 1425 Eleventh Avenue OFFICE MANAGER Wllh at least hve yearn 1 accounting experience, FLOOR MANAGERS With at least three yours' experience In Chain or Department Stores. DEPARTMENT HEAD For men's and women's Shoe Department. Apply at store between fl and 11 a. m. and 2 and 4 p. in. Monday. COAT MAKER AND Must ho mechnnlcH. need apply. Oeorgu B. Ave. and 10th St. PANTS MAKER. No team workers Hamilton, Clieatnut FEDERAL DISTRIBUTORS GET BIG MON- i>yl No capital or experience needed. Write Federal I'ura Food Co., 2301 Archer, Chicago. MAN WANTED FOR WATKINS ROUTE In Altnonu. Average cmrnlnKH $35 weekly Clmncu for rellnlde liuiitler to make big payliiK connection. Write at once, The J. R. Wutklns Company, 231-311 Johnson Avc., Newark, N. J. iF~YOU~WANT A WONDERFUL OPPOR- timlty to malio $15 prollt a day and liut a no.w Ford Si^ilan without a cent of cost, Huml me your numo immediately. No experience nccDBHiiry. Albert MlllH, 4233 Mon- nioulh, Cincinnati, O. OPPORTUNITY TO BARN ?4!i-57B WEEK- ly for half room Hpaco In home and 5 of- llcc hours dally. Steady work. Watco, 1011 W. BOlh Clilcaso. JUST PURCHASED A LOT OF FIRST class restaurant fixtures. Will sacrifice to quick buyer. This Includes dishes, steam table, dish washing machine, etc. Inquire 1511 llth Ave. PORCH CHAIRS RESEATED — RUSH style chair seating, chair caning of all kinds. Also rag rug .and carpet weaving. Work called for and delivered. Weaving Works, 2119 6th Ave. Dial 2-8513. POLICE DOG, $5; JERSEY HEIFER, $35; Ford coupe, $25. Old Oak Service Station, Roaring Spring, Pa., East Main extension. BURN LAUREL RUN LUMP COAL. HIGH In heat, low in ash. No clinkers. $3.75 ton delivered. Office only at 227 6th Ave. Phone 2-4380. SPECIAL—GLEN WHITE COAL, $4. JUST received carload. Orders delivered promptly. Dial 2-3625. ALL KINDS OF MOUNTAIN COAL, $3.75 and up. Also kindling wood. Prompt delivery. Dial 2-8927. McGuire Special And All Grades Of Coal. 915 10th Street. rhone 6378. AUTO SEAT COVERS. $100 WEEKLY. Direct to autolsts. Inexpensive. Excellent quality. Elaborate samples free, Marvelo; 2300 Wabansla, Chicago. SALESMAN — EXCELLENT PERMANENT poslllon capable salesmen'sell retail trade In Pennsylvania. Liberal commissions payable, acceptance orders .also monthly advance against commissions, repeat orders. Unusual opportunity. Sales Mgr., Cass Bldg., Detroit, Mich. FOR SALE — SYPHON raoge, in A-l condition. Ave. SUMMIT COAL Inquire 0530 4th FOR SALE—GIBSON GUITAR. IN A-l condition. Price reasonable. Inquire 1706 llth Ave. ONE USED UPRIGHT PIANO, reasonable. 2210 2nd Ave. VERY FOR SALE CHEAP—A PLAYER PIANO. Beautiful walnut case, with bench and rolls. Inquire 1009 llth Ave. or Dial 2-4205. UNPARALLELED OPPORTUNITY. NEW Uniform Apparel lines, serves thousand, occupations. No competition. Highest commissions. Gorgeous outfit. Gold Medal, Dept. 1110, 118 Fifth Ave., New York. CHRISTMAS CARDS $75-$100 INCREASED INCOME Selling Hertel'B Personal Greeting Cards. Weekly pay. Experience unnecessary. $10 outfit free. Hurtcl Co., 318 W. Washington St., Dept. 1110, Chicago. SALESMAN — EXPERIENCED, TO SELL established staple lino for department, hardware, furniture store trade. Repeat business alone assures permanent income. Write experience. Rubber Ware Company, Toledo, Ohio. BIO PAY—STEADY Reliable, Industrious man wanted to establish local biiHlnvsH. Everything furnished. Experience unnecessary. McNess Co., Dlv. 12, Freeport, 111. MANUFACTURER WANTS DISTRIBUTOR for 3011-mllo $2.00 "Pocket" Radio. "Sells Itself with music." Pays 100%. Box 110, Akron, O. WANTED—SALESMEN OR HEN OF HALES ablllly to Hell our complele line of advertising hpoulaltlc.t containing many nuw and advanced ideas that will reduce aalca resistance. Sales expurliMicu unnecciuary. Our method of iwulitUuivu will net you morn than nallafuctory returns. Liberal commissions paid weekly. Company In business 1 20 years. Kefm-nci), your local banker. Write for full Information giving experience age and reference, Thu BroduTlck Company, St. Paul, Minn. Situation Wanted—Female WOMAN WANTS WORK IN PRIVATE home by the day or cleaning offices. Can give reference. Dial 6371 or apply 2504 •Ith Ave. MIDDLE AGED LADY DESIRES POSI- tlon as housekeeper for elderly couple or widower. Dial 8005. WANTED — HOUSEWORK WANTED. Write to Postofflcu Box 3, Madcra, Penna. CARPETS AND RUGS CLEANED TO LOOK like new. Monarch Carpet Cleaning Works. Telephone 41181 for quick service. We Recommend The Altoona Sanitary Laundry For Prompt Service and Good Work Telephone 9408. THOSE WHO ARE WISE! READ THE classified nectlon. Thouo otherwise have cause for dejection. WANTED — EXPERIENCED SALESMEN wllh or without cur. Willing to travel. Cull Saturday afternoon between 2 and 5 p. m. or Sunduy afternoon between 2 und 5, Monday morning hplwcon U and 12. Salary, expi-nuvs anil commission. Call at Crystal l.cilel and Inquire for Mr. Morrla. SOLICITORS WANTED — WONDERFUL proposition and good pay. Apply Liberal Credit Clothing Co., 1507 llth Avu. A PROMINENT DEPARTMENT Of STATE college desires Hit services of u careful stenographer. Must have several years' experience and salary will bo commensurate with ublllty. Address 1350-D, cure Mirror. WOMAN WANTED KOR TRAVELING PO- ultluii open Nov. 20. nut married, entirely unencumbered, between 2fi and 40. (iood iMliicailim essential. .Salary, bonus and truns- piirtullon. Cilve iigo. education, experience. V. K. Complnii i I'd., \uu'i N. Dearborn, Chicago. LADIES KKi EARNINGS, SPAHK TIME, easy pleasant wurk appointing Hctii Lingerie Club Secre.turies. New wonderful plan. No Hi-Hint'. 'Write, Fisher Knitting Mills, lluzletoli, I'll. LADIES-SOMETHING NEW. EARN KX- tra moiu-y from now to Christinas. Full or t,pure time. No cnnvus.slng or experience necessary. 1'artlciilurn free. Munniec. Company, Detiance, Ohio. LADIKS---H1G OPPORTUNITY. MAKE IN- depeudent living. I.itllu fflnrt required. Legible writers preferred. Free details for stump. Employment Manager, Hu.x -17u, N-322, Pi.duculi, Ky. EDUCATED WOMAN BETWEEN 22 AND 40, wltii high sehoul education, fur traveling pusitlon. Immediately. Must bu unencumbered: eiilury und transportation: opportunity $5U week und udvuMcement. Give experience, age, education. Weedon Co., B-3M, 2036 E. StHh, Cleveland. Ohio. UNPARALLELEn OPPORTUNITY. NEW L'ulform Apparel lines, serves thousand occupations. No competition. Highest commissions. Gorgeous uuttll. Gold medul, .-.unil | Dept, 1110. 110 Fifth Ave., Niw York. CHRISTMAS CARD SALESLADIES. 1UU<;. pront selling most attractive 21 curd »i I,ox u.'sortments und engraved personal cardt. Rainbow Art, 15 Park Row, New York. WHEN A MAN Builds or remodels nla homo he wanla a modern up-lo-dule warm air healing Kysleni. Cull and we will show you tho Front Rank Steel Warm Air Furnace, which will bring comfort and satisfaction. J. W. SHOENFELT Dial 2-6115. 881 17th St. GUARANTEED CARPENTER REPAIRS done on nhort notice. Also garages. Reasonable rates. D. E. Sulaglver. Dial 2-0152. Sheet Metal Work Rooling-Spouting—Metal Ceilings H. SABATHNE &SON 708 Eighth Avc. Dial 0512. TAN WINDOW SHADES, ALL SIZES. WILL sacrifice to cash buyer. Dial 2-6710. $95 ORTHOPHONIC VICTOR VICTROLA, 1 year old, with records. Price $10. Dial 2-0001. BURN PAGE COAL Get Our Weigh Bill G. F. Eichenlaub Coal Co. Phono Rural 21R23 ALL KINDS OF MOUNTAIN COAL, $3.75 and up. All other kinds of hauling. Dlar 5773. GWIN COAL CO. OFFERS GWIN SPECIAL coal and Miller coal, attractive prices Also Madison $4. 1911 Margaret Ave. Phone 2-0404, FOR SALE—PRACTICALLY NEW B FLAT saxophone, for less than half price. Dial 2-1678. BLANDBURQ COAL AND SUPPLY CO. Export Coal $4.25 Madison Egg Prepared $4.01 Madison 4 in. Lump $4.00 Driver collects. Dial 2-5298 SPENCER CORSETS AND ABDOMINAL supports for dropped stomach, floating kidneys, rupture, maternity and sprains. Mrs. Laura Valentine. Dial 2-1396. COAL RANGES AND GAS STOVES, GOOD condition. Will sell reasonably. Inquire 712 7th St. INSURANCE IN OLD-LINE, RELIABLE stock companies. Louis Lelx, Union Bank Bldg. SALE C ;P—COMPLETE TIRE VUL- canlzr ,.d steam boiler. Good opportunity. Nu .ulcanlzer in town. Apply H. B. Holllngshcad, Mount Union, Penna. POOL ROOM OUTFIT, COMPLETE. WANT- ed, working men with large families for 7- room houses and lols very close to Juniata uhops and warm dinners. You can own one same as rent. See owner, 2918 6th Ave. RECONDITIONED NO. 5 UNDERWOOD typewriters, guaranteed, $40. New Royal Portables in allracllve colors. B. F. BARR, 1027 llth Ave. OFFICE PARTITION—A REAL BARGAIN. Inquire at 1708 8th Ave. FOR SALE—1 TABLE MODEL ELECTRIC Ironer. Price $65. Terms If desired. J. E. Spence Electric Store, 1310 12th Ave. FOR SALE — REPOSSESSED WASHERS, good as new. These washers will give years of service. Price $75. Terms If desired. J. E. Spence Electric Store, 1310 12lh Ave. DOCKASH COAL RANGE FOR SALE cheap, or will Irado for gas range. Inquire at 215 Pine Ave. DOUGHERTY, RUSTY LUMP, C PRIME coal. Best grade. Pick mined. $3.75 ton In 2-ton lots or more. Dial 6067. TRUCKS LOADED PROMPTLY; WHIT brod's kllnkcrless coal mines. Holds Ore Ask your coal man or Dial 9083. COAL Stands the highest test for heat of any coal nn tho mountain. See weigh bill. Collect on delivery, S3.75 ton, 4-ton lots or more. Phone 2-2318. MONEY TO LOAN If You Need MONEY IN A HURRY! Call—Phone—or Write! Loans up to $300 Strictly private—quick and courteous. BENEFICIAL LOAN SOCIETY Room 1, Second Floor 1300 Eleventh Ave., Cor. 13th St, Entrance on 13th St., ALTOONA, PA. Telephone Dial 2—4-0-7-0 . Open 8:30 to 5—Saturday 8:30 to 1. —LICENSED BY THE STATE— FOR SALE—BLUE ENAMELED COAL range and double heater, soft coal burner. Inquire at 601 10th Ave., Juniata. SINGER SEWING MACHINE, DROP HEAD, ball bearlnt;, attachment)). First class condition. $32.SO. Ray Askew, 317 Lex. Ave. Dial 2-2232. S3.1.1 BEAUTIFUL ONE radio, $65. Dial 5711. DIAL ELECTRIC FOR SALE—FLEMISH GIANT RABBITS, i breeding does and 1 buck. Alao plenty for eating. Do not call on Nov. 11. In- qulru S. Keith, 005 58th St., Eldorado, or Dial 2-41115. ALL KINDS OP SECOND HAND FURNI- ture und stoves. Inqulro S. S. Over, 3802 6th Ave. KEYSTONE Armature Works 1814-16 Union Avenue, Altoona. Phoue 2-6742. Armature Winding. Motor Repairing. Winding Fields. Culls. Llectrlc Magnets. Motor.-. Generators. Elevators, Machine Worku. Concrete and Cinder Call East Side Coal & Supply Co. bl'J !>lh St. Dial 8170. HOUSEKEEPER M 60» WANTED FOR TWO PAINTING—PAPERING ! PAINTING AND INTERIOR DECORATING. I 1 paint anything that is palntuble. 1 have also some antique flower crocks on hand. Dial 8171. 1. l~ Plumoua, 3418 5U> USED FURNITURE See our stock before buying. Greatest values tn city. QUALITY FURNITURE CO., 005-07 8th Ave. Dial 2-8356, PIANO, ESTATE GAS RANGE, LJBRARY suite and other household goods. Inquire 2013 Union Ave. PARCHMENT LAMP SHADES SPECIAL $1.1U. W. W. BABCOCK, 1312 12th Ave. You Are Entitled To QUICK—COURTEOUS—PRIVATE SERVICE Our's is just that on LOANS up to $300 Come in—phone—or write 1 AMERICAN LOAN CO. Room 308 Grant Building Third Floor 1412 Eleventh Avenue ALTOONA, PA. Telephone Dial 2—6-9-6-2 Open 8:30 to 5—Saturday 8:30 to 1 —LICENSED BY THE STATE- MONEY TO LOAN $9,700—on Improved property in amounts to suit borrower—$8,700. WALTER J. HENRY, Commerce Bldg. Phone 6200 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY MEAT MARKET FOR RENT—FIXTURE and all 507 15th St. Good location. In quire 1927 12th Ave. FOR SALE — FAIRVIEW BAKERY bread route. Call in person. iNo Information over phone. Fairvlew Baking Co. SMALL CONFECTIONERY STORE FO! rent, $20 month. 1930 12th Ave. Inqulr 1927 12th Ave. 128 14th AVE.—2 NICELY FURNISHED foomn, private home, all convenelnces. entlemen only. Half block from Penn-Alto. SUITE OF ROOMS AT ORMOND BEACH, Fla., for the winter season, suitable for three or four persona. Wm. Hahman, P. 0. Box 3, Altoona, Pa. , - ' 3-ROOM APT., PRIVATE BATH, EN- trance and porch. Gas heaters furnished. $13 month., 2203 Bealc Avc., 2nd floor. 43 17th ST.—FURNISHED ROOMS FOR light, housekeeping, all conveniences. Rea- onable rent. Dial 2-8741. ESIRABLE FURNISHED ROOM IN PRI- vate family. No children. Rent reaaon- ble. Inquire 2504 Union Avo. WO FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT housekeeping all conveniences. Call after •Inquire 2107 4th Ave. TTRACTIVE FURNISHED location, Private home, referred. Dial 2-5810. ROOM, FINE Business man WO FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT housekeeping, all conveniences. Use or aundry. Dial 2-2S79, 419 Bth AVE.—LARGE FRONT ROOM, nicely furnished, all conveniences. Dial 7938. FURNISHED ROOMS ON SECOND floor tor light housekeeping, all conven- inces. Dial 2-1260. ARGE BEDROOM AND KITCHENETTE for housekeeping, all conveniences. Private amlly and entrance. Dial 2-901S. EWLY FURNISHED, LIGHT, AIR? rooms, all conveniences; well Heated. Price 3 up. 1502 or 1502% 13th St. LEASANT FRONT BEDROOM WITH ALL conveniences, suitable for 1 or 2 persons. 'lal 6384, 904 16th Ave. OR 3 FURNISHED ROOMS, HOT WATER heat, private entrance. Use of laundry, nquire 408 3rd Ave. VELL FURNISHED SLEEPING ROOM, all conveniences. Best residential section, private home. Inquire 2004 W. Chest- ut Ave. 618 7th AVE.—B ROOMS AND BATH, HOT water heat, porch, shades, range. Dial 2-07W or 7276. 1931 12th AVE.—5-ROOM APT,, FINISHED attic, all conveniences, front porch. $22,00 month. Inquire 19Z7 12th Ave. 3 ROOMS, KITCHENETTE, BATH, HOT water heat. Newly papered. Rent -$2B, Including light, gas. Inquire 408 3rd Avc,, KANE APARTMENT, 1B13 13th AVB., »EC- ond floor, 3 rooms, bath, porch, gas range. Rent $25. Dial 8428, 4 ROOMS AND BATH, PORCH, SECOND floor, all conveniences, Including heat. Inquire 1600 Bth Avc,, first floor. 2303 8th AVE.—APARTMENTS, 4 AND 5 rooms. Bath, heat, laundry, all modern conveniences. Inquire 711 23rd St. $85.00—2708 W; CHESTNUT AVE., 6 rooms, bath, hardwood floors, electric refrigerator. $47.00—2402 Broad Ave., 5 rooms, tile bath. ' S35.00—1211 8th Ave., 1st floor, 6 rooms, bath, heat and shades. $33.00—2603 Bth Ave., fi rooms, bath, heat. $30.00—901 8th Ave., 6 rooms, bath, heat and shades. $23.00—2923 Pine Ave., flrst floor duplex, four rooms, bath, one car garage. $20.00 807 Bell Ave,, 2ml and 3rd floors. $19.00—1008 8th Ave., 3 rooms, bath and heat. McVEY-FARIS CO., Central Trust Bldg. Dial 7128. HEAT FURNISHED 2603 5th Ave., six rooms, bath, hot water heat. $33. McVEY-FARIS CO'., Central Trust Bldg. Dial 7128. FIRST FLOOR, LINE APTS., 5 ROOMS and bath, hot water heat, gas range and shades. This Apt. Is unusually nice and must be seen to be appreciated. Dial 6573 B (to 12 a.m. and after 6.30 p. m. 507 BROAD AVE.—3 NEWLY FURNISHED rooms will private bath, for light housekeeping. Light, gas and heat furnished. Dial 2-9780. 06 HOWARD AYE.—NICELY FURNISHED front bedroom, all convenience. Use ol phone. Dial 2-7290. LARGE, WELL FURNISHED FRONT room In modern home. Splendid section; eflned business man Reference. Inquire 627'Broad Ave. Dial 4772. ONE FURNISHED FRONT BEDROOM, ALL conveniences, In private family. Dial 8069. ONE FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT. FOR business man. AH conveniences. Telephone service. Inquire 1810 12th Ave. 209 8th AVE.—FURNISHED ROOMS FOR light housekeeping or sleeping, all oon- •enlences. Inquire on premises. 3 FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED ROOMS for light housekeeping, all conveniences. Private entrance. Desirable location. Inquire 101 W. 12th Ave., Juniata. ROOMS, FURNISHED FOR SLEEPING AND light housekeeping, all conveniences. Inquire 1114 18th St. COMFORTABLE, NICELY FURNISHED sleeping rooms. Reasonable rent. Conveniences and use of phone. Inquire 1407 12th St. or Dial 2-4953. 901 HOWARD AVE.—2 COMMUNICATING rooms, second'floor,'all conveniences. Us« of phone. Rent Deduced. Dial 2-6171. FURNISHED ROOM, IN PRIVATE FAM- Ily, all conveniences. Inquire 2227 Broad Ave. THREE FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT housekeeping, electric appliances, heat and phone furnished. Laundry. Inquire 2402 7th Ave. 4 ROOMS, 2 FURNISHED, LARGE SUN parlor, shades, all conveniences. Along bus line. 2106 12th Ave. ROOMS FOR LODGING AND ALSO LIGHT housekeeping. Light, heat. gas. Rent Reasonable. Free parking. Inquire 1411 8th Ave. 1221 14th AVB.—LARGE, PLEASANT front room, kitchenette furnished for housekeeping, all conveniences. Adults. TWO FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT housekeeping, all conveniences. Rent very reasonable. Inquire 2400 6th Ave. FURNISHED APARTMENTS COMPLETELY FURNISHED APTS.—2 TO S rooms, private bath. Maid service dally to bachelors. Inquire 608 10th St. LARGE FURNISHED APARTMENT, . 1119 13th Ave. Also garage. Wm. Hahman, P, O. Box 3, Altoona, Pa, FURNISHED APT., 1 ROOMS, BATH, heat, private entrance. Inquire 862 17th St. or Dial 2-21)82. 3-ROOM APT., BATH, PORCH, PRIVATE entrance. Heat, gas range furnished. Rent ?17. Also garage. Inquire 607 7th Avc. 205 5th AVB., JUNIATA, 4 ROOMS AND bath. Hot water heat furnished. Reasonable rent. Dial 2-7519. 1211 15th ST.—GLENHURST APT., 4 rooms, bath, hardwood floors, shades, kitchen fully equipped. Inquire above address, Apt. No. 2. ELIZABETH APTS., 2015 BROAD AVE., 5 rooms, bath, flre, sound proof, elevator, Janitor service, well heated. Here fire Is much less hazardous than In any other apartment. Dial 2-3673. RENT—HOUSES «XX^>X\X^^SX%-^>S^VXNXSXS^v'^N 2311 llth AVE.—8-ROOM DOUBLE HOUSE, gas, light, toilet. $18 per month. Inquire 2314 llth Ave. FOUR ROOM HOUSE, REAR 1324 4th AVB. Gas, electricity. $16 month. A. E. Akers, 508 12th St. Phone 2-6329. 7-ROOM HOUSE, BATH, FURNACE, CE- mentcd cellar, electric and gas. Rent $20. Inquire 2211 14th Ave. 1108 17 % ST.—8-ROOM HOUSE, NEWLY papered. Rent reasonable. Inquire 1113" 17th St. 2321 4th AVE.—B ROOMS, BATH, CE- mented cellar, and all conveniences. Inquire 1909 Bth Ave. $35.00—870 25th ST.—6 HOOMS, BATH, all conveniences. $30.00—1221 15th Ave., 6 rooms, bath, all conveniences. $30.00—Harrison, near 1st St.—8-room brick horns, all conveniences. 2-car garage. $30.00—Corner 19th Ave. and 12th St., 6 rooms, bath, all conveniences. . $30.00—Brick home near Gardner's Mills, 6 rooms, bath, electric light, 1-car garage. $22.00—1609 8th Ave., B rooms, bath, eleo- l trio light and gas. $18.00—1210 6th Ave., 8 rooms, electrle light and gas. $18.00—1303 2nd Ave,, 8 rooms. Many conveniences with toilet in cellar, $18.00—601 2nd Ave., Juniata, S rooms, light, gas. House In very good condition. $15.00—224 5th Ave., Juniata, 6 rooms, electric light. McVEY-FARIS CO., Central Trust Bldg. Dial 7128. BEALE AVE.AND 39th ST.—5-ROOM house, all conveniences. Inquire L. R. Mathleu & Son, 1824 Union Ave. Dial 9994. 2028 13th AVE.—6-ROOM quire at 1818 13th Ave. HOUSE. IN- S-ROOM HOUSE, BATH, ALL MODERN conveniences. Garage. Suitable for or roundhouse man. Located at 6th Ave., 19th St., Juniata. Dial 2-5531. FIVE ROOM COTTAGE HOUSE, 823 BELL, Ave. $15 per month. Dial 2-1436. 1910 10th ST.—6-ROOM HOUSE, HOT AIR heat, toilet In cellar. Rent $20. Inquire 1002 Chestnut Ave. ELDORADO, 6810 6th Ave.—6 ROOMS AND bath, flnlshel third floor, cement cellar, new furnace. All the latest Improvements, front and rear porches. Large lot. Rent $30. Dial 2-3171. 6 ROOMS, ALL MODERN CONVENIENCES, new furnace and laundry. Good residential district. Inquire at 1932. W. Chestnut Ave. FOR RENT—8-ROOM HOUSE AND GAR- age, at West Eldorado. Call Rural 72-R3. SECOND FLOOR, 4 ROOMS AND BATH. Heat furnished ,all conveniences; Inquire at 1421 1st St. Dial 2-7027 or 2-1944. CALVERT APARTMENT, 2507 W. CHEST- nut Ave. 1st and 3rd floor, warm, comfortable, seven, four rooms. Fireplace porches, laundry. Bargain, COZY 4-ROOM APARTMENT, PRIVATE bath and porch. Heat, light, gas and range furnished. Inquire 2301 4th Ave. RENT—HOUSES FOR RENT 1514 Bell Ave.—8 rooms, fin. attic, one- car garage. $22.50. 1322 1st Ave.—8 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. $17.00. J ED. SEIDEL, Realtor, 835 17th St. 2205 6th AVE.—FIVE ROOMS, BATH, ALL conveniences. Rent $25. Inquire 505 15th St. Dial 9658. 1418 6th AVE.—7-ROOM HOUSE, WALI, papers like new, good furnace, all conveniences. Inquire 1422 6th Ave. DESIRABLE 6-ROpM HOUSE WITH ALL conveniences, situated 2321 16th Ave. Inquire T. Chester Parsons 1107 12lh Ave. Dial 2-5192. 1815 17th AVE.—7 ROOMS AND BATH, modern conveniences, newly papered throughout. 5 minutes' walk from Gable's store. References required. Dial 2-6511. BRICK CASED DWELLING, IN ONE OF the best residential sections, of the city, within 5 minutes' walk of business district. Also 1-car garage. T. Chester Parsons, 1107 12th Ave. Dial 2-5192. HOUSE, SEVEN ROOMS, ALL CONVEN- lences. Location 209 Walnut Ave. $30 per month. Dial 2-4643. Call 408 9th St. 10-ROOM HOUSE, BATH, PANTRY, LARGE halls. Desirable location. Dial 2-7914. HOUSE FOR RENT AT E. 8th ST. AND Cleveland Ave. Corner house with 50 ft. lot. Five rooms, light and heat. Very reasonable rental. Chas. A. Auker, 1321 llth Ave. DOUBLE HOUSE, MAPLE AVE. AND 28th St., all improvements. Rent $24 per month. 5 rooms, $14 per month, no Improvements. Inquire of C. A. Wlsslnger, 2823 Beale Ave. 1817 SPRUCE AVE.—SIX ROOMS, BATH, heat and all conveniences. Rent reasonable. Inquire 1819 Spruce Ave. 127 E. WALNUT AVE.—PLEASANT 5- room house in good condition. Porch, basement, cellar, gas, electric. Dial 2-0350. SIX ROOMS, NEWLY PAPERED, NEWLT painted outside, all conveniences, yard. 1312 llth Ave. Keys next door. 2115 3rd AVE.—5-ROOM HOUSE, ALL COM- venlences. Excellent condition. Rent reasonable. Inq. 2020 1st Ave. Dial 2-5765. RENT—FARMS ^SXs^N^^^S^X^%,^^^N^SXN/ 50-ACRE FARM, 3 MI. FROM NEWRT, good house and barn, good water free. Rent till April 1. Dial 2-3314. RENT—MISCELLANEOUS GARAGE, 1929 W. CHESTNUT AV Light, heat and water. Rent $8.50. quire above address. SALE OR RENT ^^s^^ 1100 2nd ST., JUNIATA—FINE STONH- corner property, 7 rooms, all conveniences, large porch, 2-car garage, nice lawn. Dial 6991 for appointment. SALE—HOUSES 110 CHERRY AVE.—8-ROOM HOUSE. ST.' and alley paved. Lot 25x120. Price complete, .$700 cash. J. A. DeRenzo Co., 023 8th Ave., Altoona. MODERN FIRST FLOOR APT.. 4 ROOMS, bath, newly furnished, papered and painted; also turn. 3-room house, bath. Inquire 602 21st St., Apt. 5. 3-ROOM phone. APT., HEAT, LIGHT Rent $35. Dial 2-9103, GAS, SMALL FURNISHED APT., CENTRALLY located. Inquire 919 Howard Ave, Dial 2-6783. 2 AND 3-ROOM FURNISHED APTS. FOR light housekeeping. Private bath, all conveniences. Inqulro 105 E. Willow Avo. 3-ROOM FURNISHED APARTMENT, WITH small private family, at 807 Lex. Ave. Reference required. Phone 2-8547 or 2-1385. COSTS NOTHING TO LOOK AT THE clean, cheery Apt. with bath. 715 8th Ave. May save time. Heat light, etc.. Included In reasonable, rent. Dial 6301. Unfurnished Apartments APARTMENT, 9 ROOMS AND BATH, AND 4 rooms and bath. 3957 6th Ave. Dial 2-M48. 1029 5th AVE.—THIRD FLOOR APART- ment, five rooms, bath and pantry, Stove. and blinds furnished. Dial 2-8048. COZY APARTMENT, JUNIATA, 909 4th Ave., second floor, 4 rooms, bath and porches. Heat and all conveniences. Dial 5767 or 5621 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 low* duplex on corner of 28th St. and W. Chestnut, with gas range. $30 month. Inquirti Room 402, Commerce Bldg. Dial 2-0301 or 6691. DESIRABLE APTS.. i ROOMS AND BATH and 5 rooms and bath. Centrally located. Janitor service. Dial 2-7914. W. S. AARON, 1-129 12th AVE. Uted Furniture Dept.—Worth While, Prices. Electric wuhhur. $U: Red Star oil rt^nge, $10; cuts, twin or full si/.e beds, $3.50 up; leather upholsercd chairs, 44.50. WOLF FURNITURE CO. OFFERS UN- unual good bargains in Ihelr trade-In department on credit. Bedroom chairs. $1.60: Sunray gau range, S2-I.5U; 3-jic. llvlntf room MilU'. $15: hard coul hfulern, $19.50 up. Se« and hear the new Victor Radio at Wolf's. J^ORj>ALE—DOGS-PETS^ 3 BEAUTIFUL BOSTON TERRIER PUPS for sale, nicely marked, 7 wks. old. Inquire Officer Dean, Bridge St., or Grazler- vllle, Pa. BULB BUSINESS (GLADIOLUS) FOR sale. Can be removed. Glads most popular flower. Will sell part or all. Write for delulls. Madison Cooper, Calcium, N. Y. Business and Office Equipment Altoona Plate Glass Co. Pool tables, cash registers, wall cases, shuw cases, iceless sodu fount u ins, purchased through sheriff sales. Bargain for quick buyer. All size auto glass. \ 725 Oreun Ave. Ulul 8888 or '.J-73DO. OLD FASHIONED hound. Good on ru BIG EARED FOX Dial 2-4637. WIRE HAIR FOX TERRIER PUPPIES. Reasonable prices. Inquire W. L. Sillers, 212 Highland Ave.. I-ukemont. WANTED TO BUY SX>^>^^^^-^^NX>^XXX^^^^X^^'XXNXN CASH PAID FOR PLAYER PIANO ROLLS. Keystone Pluno Exchange, 803 Chestnut. AXfc flttj a-S738. ' ._ . BOARDING X'sXS^N^v^XSrf^ WANTED—2 MEN KOR ROOM AND board in private home, all conveniences. Ubc of phcme. Dial 6022. RENT—Unfurnished Rooms APARTMENT, THREE ROOMS, STEAM heat, hot water, gas range, locker, laundry. Low rent. Dial 2-7497. — a FIRST FLOOR, 4 ROOMS, BATH, HEAT; porch. Rent reasonable. Best location. Inquire 2111 W. Chestnut Ave. Phone 5076. COMPLETELY FURNISHED, 6-ROOM brick house. Oood location. Must be seen to be appreciated. Dial 7568. 6th AVE., JUNIATA, 6 ROOMS, ALL CON- venlencea. Rent reasonable. Dial 8213, HOUSE, 1912 MARGARET AVB., 6 ROOMS, bath, porch and small yard, $25. Dial 2-8380 or after 6 p. m. 2-8160. 823 7th AVE.—5-ROOM HOUSE; ALSO 1114 4th Ave., 6-room • house, newly papered. Dial 2-5002 or 90211, 4-ROOM HOUSE, FINISHED THIRD floor, modern conveniences. Rent reasonable, j Inquire 710 6th St. NEWLY PAINTED AND PAPERED, 6- room house, all Improvements. Inquire J. H. Giarth, 1323 Iflth Ave. Dial 2-8Q37. 520 7th AVE., REAR—5 ROOMS, ?18; 2, 3 or 4-room apartments. Inquire 520 7th Ave. Dial 2-8711. 820 5th AVB.—10-ROOM HOUSE, ALL CON- veniences, newly papered. Rent reason-, able. Inquire at 1128 14th Ave, 4-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 2-6046. 228 B. 4th AVE.—6-ROOM HOUSE, JUST rcflnlshed. fHot water heat -and bath. Or will sell for ?100 cash and balalice $30 per month. This If- your opportunity to purchase a good home on easy terms. Grasp It. J. H. Giarth, 1323 10th Ave. Dial 2-8637. WESTWOOD PARK—5 ROOMS, CONVEN- iences. Ideally situated. Rent JSO per month. Inquire 1321 llth Ave., C. A. Auker. IMPERIAL APT., 5 ROOMS, BATH, porch und all conveniences, $35; also 4 rooms, bath and porch, $30, newly papered. Dial 2-8380 or after 6 p. m. 2-8160. BRETH APTS., 826 7th AVE., 3 ROOMS, heat und gas range, newly papered. Rent ?20. Dial 2-5082 or 802U. 716 CHESTNUT AVE. — 4 ROOMS AND bath. Heat furnished. $20 per month. Inquire above address. 508 LLOYD ST.—7-ROOM HOUSE, HEAT, bath, gas and electric. Good condition. 116'/i E. 6th Ave.—6-room house, newly painted. Will paper all through. Bath, gas and electric. ' 2331 Beale Ave.—1st floor of duplex. 6 rooms, bath, gas and electric. Separate furnace. °331 Beale Ave.—2nd and 3rd floor of duplex, buth, gas and electric. Separate furnace. 830 21th St.—2nd floor o£ duplex, large porch, bath, gas and electric. Phone 2088 or 2-8078. ALL OR PART OF MY HOME, FURNISH- ed throughout, to reliable party for the winter. Dr. Eldon. Dial 2-2941 or 2-1862. A REAL BARGAIN ' 2005 1-lth Ave.—Planked, comp. roof, 3 rooms down, 4 up, elec., gas, new heat plant, enclosed rear porch, new front porch, new paper, avenue paved, 50x120 lot and ONLY $3,900. For Inspection and terms, see ED. SEIDEL, Realtor GALVERT HILL LOT 1221-23 Twenty-second Ave. Alley and avenue paved, taps in, 50z 120 feet. Good homes on both sides. Price la right, $3,000. SEE MORGAN-MARTIN CO. Central Trust Bldg. 1219 25th AVE.—NEW COLONIAL HOME, modern In every way. 6 rooms and bath. Birch woodwork. Sacrifice if sold soon. Inquire on premises. GOOD 7-ROOM HOUSE, ALL CONVEN- lencea, enclosed porches, front porch heated. Hot water heat. Large lot. Price U right. Inquire 208 E,. WhJUIer Ave., Llyswen. 909 SIXTH AVENUE Eight rooms, all Improvements, just newly remodeled. Price $5,900.00, terms $500.00 cash, balanca I from owner like rent. v^T L. WILLIAM BORLAND Union Bank Bldg. Phone 2-7925. 6-ROOM HOUSE w7f5 ALL MODERN conveniences, wltn built-in fixtures and new gas furnace. In brie of the best residential sections. Inquire at 891 27th St. 514 E. LOGAN AVENUE Frame bungalow In good condition, containing 4 rooms and bath,. Cemented Cellar, gas, electric light and furnace. Front and rear pdrches. Lot 3714x120 feet. Price $4,000; terms. C. D. BLOOM Realtor—Insurance, . 1311 12th Street. Phone 2-2383.. HALF DOUBLE HOUSE, 7 ROOMS, BATH, hot water heat, electricity, yard, garage. A-l condition. Inquire 1820 7th Ave. Q ROOMS, BATH, FURNACE, 3 SQUA'RES from llth Ave. Rent reasonable Inqulro Sample Shoe Store, 1005 Bridge St. Be Efficient 1422U 13th AVE.-FIRST FLOOR. 3-ROOM veul?nces bll " d lnouire ilif i Vlh "l? ed ' a " """ \eulences. Inquire 1112 17th St. SOUTH LAKEMONT STATION, 4-ROOM house, gas, water, light, heat, bath. Rent $18. Garage If wanted. Dial 2-D6US. 200 L °**" AVC " Lakem °» t - SECOND FLOOR APARTMENT, 5 ROOMS and bath. Hot water heat, front and back porches. Inquire at 1709 or 15 7th Ave. .*. 9th ST.—5-ROOM HOUSE NEW FURI nace, cement cellar. Rent $25. Inquire 901 2nd Ave. or Dial 7405 or 2-4001. APARTMENT, 610 2nd ST., JUNIATA, S rooms, bath, gas, porchea. yard. Rent $22. Inquire 1107 llth Ave. 3 UNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT housekeeping. Light gus, ueul furnished. Inquire 111 E. Wulnut Ave. WAYNE rooms. 2-7983. APT. BLDG.. 1106 18th ST.. 3 bath, heat, all couvenlencetj. Dial 713 llth ST.—12 ROOMS, SUITABLE FOR two families, all conveniences. Laundry Rent reasonable. Inq. 711 15th St. 888 26th ST.—3 kitchenette and 2.3. l'oufl« wup.le. ./ HALPERN APARTMENTS. 1410-12 19th ST. j One 4-roou? apartment with all modern CHEERFUL ROOMS, conveniences, newly papered and painted, bath. Heat furnished. ! Inquire at 1811 13th Ave. After 5.30 p. m. t 26U» St. >f ill* l«U» St., »ewad '— $50.00 — LLYSWEN. 113 WORDSWORTH Ave. Dutch Colonial, all Imps $35.00—209 20th St., 10 rooms, all Imps $28.00—2313 llth Ave., 6 rooms, all Imps. $25.00—5535 4th Ave., 6 rooms all Imps. HARRIS DEMBERT, Commerce Bldg. Dial 2-0313, Don't waste your time hunting for properties. Let us help you analyze your needs along real estate lines. If availablu in Altoona at your price we'll get it for you. WOODS BECKMAN COMPANY Realtors Penn Central BJdg., Fifth Floor Phone FOR SALE—BRICK AND TILE BUNGA- low, six rooms and bath, all conveniences. Hot water heat. Bargain price. E. D. Clark, 512 E. 22nd St. 2 HOUSES. 2108 AND 2110 10th AVE. REA- uonable rents. $18 and £20. Inquire Wm. Crider, 210* 10th Ave. UU-i 21st AVE.—PRACTICALLY NEW modern stucco home, containing rooms and buth, large lot; with the of this house included window sb&dik-. _--„_ for doors and windows, linoleum and stove. This is an Ideal living location and offered , at an unusual low price. Can be seen by appointment. Call 2-0409. \

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