Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on June 4, 1930 · Page 20
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Altoona, Pennsylvania
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If* tfc* MlfMy Fallen! I been sTyear since Howard I.KWI8 A great man, the hero of 'W. He pitched an amazing j*.*otld series. His surprising _M Wav Iwve been the factor I- ttortied "the series tide for the I In that first game in Chicago. ..' Connie Mack says Howard is BW&gh, his arm completely gone. ~K» asTting of waivers on Ehmke .deeper significance than merely _ ittg the passing of a man who no tijttf can make the grade. It means at,Connie Mack realizes that he is a fight to hold the top of the an League this year with the staff as it was in 1929. ftftfif HOME m 300 Mltfi RACK A bird from tli* 16ft of M. Z«lgler copped the 400 mll« pigeon rate conducted by the Altoona Pigeon racing club last -week-end. The biros were liberated at Newark, O. R. B. Palmer took second «)lace and P. Dannella copped third and fourth. Th» next race Will be held over a 250 mile course. Th* summary of the yards per minute performance of the birds in last weeks race follow: 1 Yds. Owner Per Min. M. Zelgler J569.ll R. B. Palmer 1366.45 P. Danella JB63.59 P. Danella 1558.18 R. Butler 1B5 I'?o R. Butler r°Si? F. Weber 1550.84 O. Gralne «47.78 M. Zeigler ««•« UBerry^ •••• J543.55 C.'CM>eH r .'.'.'.'.•.•.•.:'.'.'.'.'.'.'.''.'.'.'.'.'.JKi.*! E. Seasltz Jones Te*tiB*» !«9bl inquiring reporter asked Sam ^« the other day if he believed the SatofS, for whom Sam pitches a OUple of innings now and then, could ' ~" oft the Macfcs. Sam answered second division clubs are the ACS that are hard for us to beat," Sad Samuel. 4 "But those Mack pitchers—aren't pretty tough?" "' was the reply Jones made this question. "Three pitchers are . : ygipt, enough. Grove, Earnshaw and 'berg are good, but Mack needs e. And it looks like Connie can't depend on these three. Grove I't stand any overwork. Earnshaw tt't been going this year. Neither Walberg. You have to have live Ut six regular pitchers who are good bough to win ball games. Washing- JB has 'em; the Athletics haven't." Which throws new light on Mack's sking of waivers on Ehmke. Mr. Mc- Silllcuddy realizes that he's got to pick up a couple of pitchers. he Trade Winds „ „ Snap judgment seems to indicate J'^hat John McGraw and Bucky Harris much the best of their recent ,*§trades. McGraw gave Larry Benton ';; >»nd Pat Crawford for Pete Donohue, JiEthan Allen and Hughie Critz. Bucky *Haifis gave Harry Rice, Owen Carroll "Wefhie" Wuestling for Waite vsf^—^i and'Mark Koenig. But what ap- ,;i» pears to be a benefit may turn out to A '!**,** Just another kick> in the pants. S Dbnohue and Benton look to be an * leren trade. That makes it appear that .'^Crite and Allen have been traded for t jl*at Crawford, a utility man who is a tgood hitter, jack of all trades and '}* master of hone. It seems to be a great '•"j 'bargain for McGraw, who badly need- B jed a man like Critz, but we are going <rto wait and see what Dan Howley Jdoes with Pat Crawford beiore pass- *ing judgment on the deal finally. * Howley took a seventh place St. * Louis Browns team, bought one-way * tickets for 17 of its players and wound Jup in the first division the following ' 2year. Dar doesn't go around with his •Feyes closed. iGift Homes? *. As for the other trade, I don't place , «overweening faith in either Hoyt or t Koenig. The former is cursed with a •* sulking temperament. Koenig has been i a great ball player, but now is having * lots of trouble with his eyes. Harry iRice la a fine ball player, and what '*Owen Carroll will develop into with as v ablo a coach as Bob Shawkey to guide vhim vinay surprise those who think £ Harris got the best of the bargain. . *»ro you KNOW THAT— * There used to be quite a few Tem- Jperamental Tessies in the big leagues, * guys who would get mad when their * support wobbled behind them and who '•would thereafter groove the old apple 41 and'let come what may . . . these lads «* are few and far between nowadays, 4 but there are two we can think of ... *ono is Waite Hoyt, traded the other * day to the Tigers . . . the other is * Wesley Ferrell. the Indian pitcher who ^•was a sensation last year in his first , big league season . . . when a player 1 boots one behind him, Ferrell pounds ' " into his glove angrily . . . great pitchers we can think of exhibited any signs of this eyishness . . . Grover Alexander just pitches in there all the time, giving bis best, no matter how many boners Jaire made behind him . . . Urban Faber {Is another like Alex . . . Stan Coveles- .was the hardest guy to ruffle you saw . . . once an umpire framed a strike on him when Covey was at ""if, . . the ball was two feet wide of plate, the story goes, and the I j'iljcatchep had to lunge to grab it . . . l>*"*when the umpire called "Strike one!" ~nvey never even turned around. * « • Tip From Moriurty The baseball experts who picked Voshlngton for the second division year are the same men who licked the team to be right up there „ st year. And, strange to say, they ! 'Jjire just as unwilling to concede that I, »the team is sound' this year as they II , *'were unwilling to confess last year ftthat the club was weak. It's a little to figure out. The other day 1 was talking to one if the New York writers whose pre- ".•eason handicaps for 1929 had the Sen§ ;ora in third place. This year he eked them for the second division. nd he still thinks the team this year playing away over its head. 0 "That team is all needled up like ^bootleg beer," was his comment. «*»'Wlien it gets hot the whole gang Jwill collapse like your Uncle Louie's ^collar in the annual fat men's ball Tmima with the leans." 1540.07 G. Craine nunn* G. Stndler 1540.06 F Weber 1640.03 L'.Kearns J632.62 L. Berry 1532.01 L. Kearns JSH? C. G. Houseman ... C. Cassell E. Seasoltz C. G. Houseman 1497.00 Back in Your Backyafd"-Baby Chicks 1>ke Out Real Cash Profits Card of Thanks WE DESIRE, IN THIS MANNER, TO thank ouh many friends and neighbors for the kind words of sympathy spoken to us in our recent bereavement; also for the beautiful floral tributes and use of cars. . MR WM. RICKENBAUOH, SON AND DAUGHTER AND SISTER, MRS. R. M. CLARE. WE WISH, IN THIS MANNER, TO Express our heartfelt. thanks to our neighbors, friends and relatives for the kindness and sympathy tendered us In the loss of our husband and father. Also for the many beautiful floral tributes and the use of their automobile. Q _ WE DESIRE, IN THIS MANNER, TO thank all our neighbors and friends for their kindness and sympathy shown us In our bereavement In the death of our dear wife and mother, Mary K. Shaw. Also for the beautiful flowers and use of automobiles. R. 0. SHAW AND FAMILY. WE DESIRE, IN THIS MANNER, TO thank relatives, neighbors and friends for their kindness and sympathy shown In our bereavement In death of husband, father and brother, Charles W. Smith. Also for the beautiful floral tributes and use of automo- ' MRS. CHARLES SMITH. MRS. ANNA SNYDER. MRS. D. S. MILLER. PIRATES BEATEN. BROOKLYN, June 4.—The Pittsburgh Pirates dropped 6-5 to the Brooklyn Robins yesterday, Clark, portsid'er holding the losers to 8 hits ns Kremer was driven off the peak. The Pirates tied in the ninth .with Brooklyn winning in the last half on Clark's" double and Gilbert's single. Lineups: Pittsburgh— AB. R. H. O. A. E. Engle, ss 5 0 2 5 4 0 Brickell, cf 3 0 0 1 0 0 Bartell. xxx 1 0 0 0 0 0 Mosolf, If 0 0 0 0 0 0 Grantham, 2b 4 1 1 2 6 0 Comorosky, If, cf .... 4 1 1 1 0 0 Traynor, Sb 4 1 1 2 1 0 Flagstead, rf 4 1 1 3 0 0 Suhr, Ib 401820 Hemsley, c 400300 Kremer, p 300000 Bool, x . 101000 Saniey, xx 010000 Spencer, p 0 0 0 0 0 0 WE DESIRE, IN THIS MANNER, TO thank all friends and neighbors for their kindness an*-sympathy shown us In our bereavement in the death of our dear wife and sister, Mrs. Mary E. Reed. Also for the floral tributes and the use of automobiles. HUSBAND, BROTHERS AND SISTERS. Totals 37 5 8z25 13 0 zOne out when winning run scored. xBatted for Kremer in 9th. xxRan for Bool in 9th. xxxBatted for Brickell in 9th. Brooklyn— AB. R. H. O. A. E. Gilbert, 3b 4 0 \3 1 2 2 Frederick, If 4 2 0 3 0 0 Herman, rf ....'. 4 2 3 1 0 0 Flowers, 2b 4 0 1 0 0 0 Bissonotte, Ib 4 0 0 13 0 0 Hendrick, If 4 1 1 2 0 1 Moore, ss 3 0 1 0 5 1 Loptz, c ' 401710 Clark, p 4 1 1 0 6^0 Totals 35 6 11 27 14 4 Pittsburgh 020 100 011-5 Brooklyn 202 001 001—6 Runs batted in, Herman 2, Flowers, Bissonette, Lopez, Gilbert, Grantham, Flagstead, Suhr. Engle. Two base hits, Gilbert, Bool, Clark. Three base hit, Flagstead. Home runs, Herman, Grantham. Double play, Grantham, Engle and Suhr. Left on bases, Pittsburgh 6, Brooklyn 6. Base on balls, off Clark 1, off Kre'mer 2. Struck out, by Clark 5, by Kremer 2. Hits, off Kremer 9 in 8 innings; off Spencer 2 in 1. Passed ball, Hemsley. Losing pitcher, Spencer. Umpires Reardon. Magerkurth and McGrew. Time. 1:45. 3 at the ritchers" ~A, day or so after getting the ex; .pert'* lowdown, I happened to be dis- ,«U*8in£ the same subject with George . ' Woriarty, the umpire. " "I've heard a lot of smart baseball *jnen," said George, "declare that the 'Senators were playing out of their u. There may be something to it, I think they are going to be hard bMt all summer. And if they are up there July 4th. the stuff's oft 1 the rest of the teams. "Look at the pitchers. I mean the I of Bluff served by those Wash- pitchers. Young Lloyd Brown i up that screw ball, Liska the un- Marberry the fast one. No •two gameu with Washington are alike. '"Sfro opposing batters have got to ^figure out something new every day. t pitchers have been staying. That's real-teat. "Have you noticed in the climb of Senators that Goulin wasn't help' much? Rice and Judge were doing ot of the r.lubhlng. These two may Off In bitting a little later on. but they do I ligure Goslin will be to biuil a few fences." WATSON STAIIS ON HILL. Watson's pitching for the Lakemont Methodist ball team was classy last evening and the Methodists won 11 to 3 from the Twenty-eighth Street Church of the Brethren. The game was cinched in the fourth when 6 runs counted. Watson held the losers to 4 hits and fanned 8 batters. The Myers brothers hurled for the Brethren and also played second Jrnse. F. Myers fanned 11 batters. Lineups; Lakemont M. E.— AB. R. H. O. A. E. Swaney, ss 3 2 3 1 1 0 Hartman, 3b 2 1 1 1 1 U B. Greenawalt, rf ... 2 1 1 0 0 0 L. Troxel, 2b 3 0 1 3 2 3 E.-Foster, cf 3 0 0 1 1 0 B. Hartsock, Ib 4 2 3 5 1 0 C. Troxel, If 3 2 1 0 0 U Hilling, c 3 1 2 4 1 0 Watson, p 3 12 0 2 0 Strong, rf 1 0 0 0 0 0 H. Greenawalt, c 111300 Totals 28 11 15 18 9 3 28th St. Brethren— AB. R. H. O. A. E. Smith, 3b 3 0 0 3 0 1 Lawrence, ss 3 0 0 0 1 1 Greene, c 3 1 0 5 2 0 P. Myers, p, 2b 2.0 2 0 00 Zimmerman, If 2 1 1 0 0 0 Brumbaugh, Ib 2 0 0 7 1 0 C. Replogle, cf ...... 1 1 0 1 0 0 L. Myers, p, 2b 2 0 1 2 3 0 McCloskey, rf 1 0 0 0 0 0 Fauth, rf 1 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 20 3 4 18 7 2 Lakemont M. E 10160 3—11 28th St. Brethren 010011—3 Stolen bases, Zimmerman, Hilling, Greene. Sacrifice hits, Swaney. Two- base hits, Hartsock, C. Troxel 2, Swaney, Hilling, Greenawalt, L. Myers, Swaney. Struck out, by Watson 8, by P. Myers 11, by L. Myers 1. Hit by pitched ball, Hartman. Hits off pitcher, Watson 4, off Myers 15. Umpire, D. Santella. Lost—^Found LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN-BROWN and black fox terrier with white front. Answers to "Trlx." Blair county license. Return to 3031 W. Chestnut Ave. 2-5739. Seward. BROWN AND WHITE found. Phone 2-6974. FOX HOUND TOOL ROLL, LOST MONDAY. REWARD. Notify Wolf Furniture Co., 1501 llth Ave. PEARL BROOCH, LOST TUESDAY IN Brett's or Gable's store, or on llth Ave. Finder notify 2904 Union Ave. Dial 8819. Reward. LOST—3 KEYS IN A LEATHER KEY case. Reward if returned to Adv. Dept., Mirror office. THE PERSON WHO TOOK RANGER bicycle from A. B. C. bakery, June 3. Is known. If not returned In 3 days to 1942 Walton Ave., prosecution will follow. If returned no questions asked. LOST—WHITE RAT TERRIER, FEMALE, clipped tall, age 6 months. Reward. Return to Coffee Shoppe, Penn-Alto hotel. Personals PERMANENT WAVING, STEAM OR ALL methods. Requires no linger waving. Mrs G. Evans, 1440 13th Ave. Phone 2-0197. LE MUR PERMANENT STEAM WAVE, $5. Genuine supplies used. Marcel 50c; finger and water waves, manicure 50c. Dial 4213. FACIAL TREATMENTS, SCALP TREAT- ments and violet ray for all body ailments. See Verna Kuny. Phone 2-0741. Help Wanted Mate ^ , j«^ v «^>^^V^^V^^V^^«^V^^»^^^-^^^^' DISTRIBUTOR WANTED FOR PRODUCf to be sold to Industrial and retail trade In state -of Pennsylvania. Write 2789-L, Mirror. SALESMAN—2 OPENINGS IN OUTSIOE order department. Permanent position. See Mr. Nash, Wayne hotel, atter 6 p. m. RELIABLE PARTY WANTED TO HANDLE Watklns Products in Hollidaysburg, Junata, Tyrone. Customers established. Excellent opportunity (or right man. Write at once, H. U. Bordeaux, 231 Johnson Ave., Newark, New Jersey. FURNISHED APT., IN QUIET HOME. large living room, kitchenette equipped rith white porcelain unit*. Large bedroom nd bath. After 3 p. in. Inquire E. Blanche lender, 1418 Washington Ave. WANTED—WE HAVE AN OPENING FOR 2 men In our sales department to sell sewing machines and vacuum cleaners. Will pay salary and commission while in training. Experience unnecessary. Apply Singer Sewing Machine Co.'s store, 7.30 evenings. See A. J. Larrlmore, Mgr. ECOND FLOOJ*, S" FURNISHED ROOMS, private bath and porch. Private entrance. Rent reasonable. Inquire 160S 6th Ave. MEN, AVERAGE EARNINGS ?42 WEEK- ly, selling nationally known Wlllard Custom Tailoring. Lines now available for fall 1930. A quality line. Sample equipment free Reservation for restricted territories now being made. Generous commissions and bonuses. We train you. The Wlllnrd Tailoring Corp., Fayette and Hanover Sts., Baltimore, Maryland. WILDWOOD, N. J. -> FURNISHED apartment, 2nd floor, 5 robms, all conven- ences, June 1 to day after - Labor day or horter period if desired. Moderate rent. Write 139 W. Gorgas Lane, Philadelphia, VLL MODERN AND ELECTRIC CONVEN- tences. Will accommodate 2 or 3 adults, o children. Very central. Call between to 10 a. m. and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. Dial 2-1862. We Are In Need Of a thoroughly experienced Chevrolet mechanic. One who has been schooled In complete reconditioning of Chevrolet cars and trucks. Apply with references to Mr. Ingham at Craig Chevrolet Co. 417 2nd St., Junlata. THIRD FLOOR FURNISHED APARTMENT, 3, rooms and bath, enclosed rear porch. Ev- •rytnlng complete. Inquire 2428 Maple Aye. Help Wanted—Female WANTED — EXPERIENCED SALESLADY for Saturdays. Apply Lester's Shoe Store, 1425 12th Ave. FOR RENT—FURNISHED APARTMENT, $37.50 monthly. Inquire Mrs. H. A. ,ynch. Phone 2-5146. WANTED — COMPETENT WOMAN FOR housekeeper. Must be good cook, between 35 and 40 years of age, no children. Address Postofflce Box, 1525. SALESWOMAN WANTED—TWO $4 SALES a daw nays $30 week. Our book on 'how to selF sent free. Write Fagley Halpcn, W106, Philadelphia. YOUNG GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE- work. Family of 2. Apply 1802 llth Ave., second floor. Salesmen — Agents >1 ^ X XS^XV^X»*V^ - ^N^-^^V^^^^^^*^^^^ S ^^*^ S WANTED — RELIABLE MAN BETWEEN the ages of 25 and 50, to supply the old established demand for Rawlelgh Good Health Products in Bedford county. Surety contract required. Company furnishes everything but the car. Good profits for hustlers. Write the W. T. Raleigh Company, Freeport, 111 or see C. R. Roland, Junlata, Pa. WANTED—TWO CHILDREN TO BOARD and care for, In Protestant home. Pleasant surroundings, large lawn and trees. Write 2647-E, care Mirror. SULPHUR VAPOR BATHS AND MASSAGE, Dr. Krusc system. Dial 2-7635 for appointment. Mrs. Chas. S. Casner. PERSONAL — LADIES' BEAUTIFUL French hair transformations. Defies detection. Hair goods, expert permanent hair waving. Perfect marcel. Personal attention. Mrs. Jean Vaughan, 341-342 Central Trust Bldg. Elevator service. Beauty Shoppes MRS HAMATY ANNOUNCES THE RE- moval of Rose Marie Beauty Shoppe from 2008 Broad Ave. to new location, 1820 Union Ave., 2nd floor. Dial 3-9286. Help Wanted Male S^NXSXNXS^>XVS*XXVXS^»/N*'\/N/S/X^S/N^X/NXXXN^ WANTED — REGISTERED PHARMACIST for Sunday relief work. Apply David J. Davis, 2411 Sth Ave. Dial 6812. HELP WANTED AT ONCE — EXPER- lenced man to handle meals and short orders. Call Bell 734, State College, Pa. WANTED—COMPETENT AND RELIABLE man to assist in operating cleaner truck. References required. Apply Holland Furnace Co., 1824 12th Ave. CUT SHOT GOOD IN LONG GRASS Incidentally, quite a battle has been between the Athletics and the and tins may help Washington. years the Yanks gazed upon the with a supercilious eyebrow. '* learn was regaided is "the - - A'*-" T&it relationship sturted to change ye»r. Ttie Mackjau cluulers ad- tered suine rather decisive drub- to the Huppert roistervrs. It not the style lu which Hie Yanli- wei» accuvtooied to being tegurded ttut twuu frum Philadelphia. This the Atbletici have turned the look upon the Yankees as t »t Wb«t Used tu b It has aroused the spark of fight in Shawkey'a crowd. The rivalry is intense and bitter. Something may come of it yet. How does this affect the Senators? Merely in this way: let them go about the busines of beating one another. If the Yanks and A'B will just spend their strength in that way, both teams will be easier for Washington to subdue. It sounds like a good theory, anyway. DID YOU KNOW THAT— Illinois will play the West Point grid- men at New York in the fall, and after that the Big Ten will join the Navy in having nothing more to do with the Army. . . . The recent Big Ten ruling that members will not be permitted to engage in athletic contests with any school which does not observe the j three-year eligibility rule severs rela- 1 lions for the ten western schools with j the Army. . . . Dick Bartell, Pirate I shortstop, suffered with blisters on his hands, the result of clutching the wil- | low. ... So he got a rubber sponge and tied it to the handle of his club. . . . Connie Mack has bent the watchful and paternal eye upon Walter Masters, young Penn pitcher. . . . Walter was quite & football player last fall. ... He weighs 185, is a light- hander and has a fast ball like George Earnshaw's. 1)10 YOU KNOW THAT— Mickey Cochrane paid $190 for a suit the other day . . . we mean a suit of c lollies. ... In Boston is a ferocious young man whose chief desire is to pound one of his fellow townsmen to a pulp. . . . The ferocious young man its Ernie Schaaf atod his fellow townsman is Jack Sharkey. . . . When Schaaf was a young gob aboard the U. K. K- Denver, Sharkey almost i-yined him in a bout. Bobby Jones ui^es M clubs . . . driver, brassie, two i, driving iron, mldiron, mid, mauhie-iron, maahie, driving , mashie-spade, ma^hie-niblick, putter. I CAN USE 2 OR 3 HONEST, ENERGETIC, hard working house to house salesmen. Salary while learning. Chance for advancement. Big permanent earnings for those who make good. A salary against commission for those who qualify. A strictly high class proposition. See R. F. Baur, Room 1, Lincoln Trust Bldg. AGENTS—CHANCE TO CLEAN UP ON A brand new specialty. First time offered. Write now. District Manager, 413 Palmer St., Plymouth, Pcnna. Situation Wanted—Male ,^VX<w">/VWXVX'>X'vXS/-^>/V*/-<^'»<»»'»X^^V~^' COLORED MAN DESIRES POSITION AS chauffeur for private family, business or traveling man. 18 years' experience. In or out of town. First class references. Inquire 412 22nd St. Dial 4830. MEAT CUTTER WISHES POSITION IN OR out of city. Ten years' experience in best of markets. Reference upon request. Write 2612-E, care Mirror. Situation Wanted—Female LADY WISHES DAY WORK. BEST OF references. Dial 6581. MIDDLE AGED LADY WISHES HOUSE- keeplng for widower. Can give reference Phone 2-4627 or 507 Sth Ave., Junlata. LADY DESIRES DAY'S WORK. GOOD references furnished. Phone 2-5925. GERMAN GIRL DESIRES HOUSEWORK Cannot speak English. Wants to go home nights. Inquire 1618 Bell Ave. EXPERIENCED WOMAN WANTS HOUSE cleaning by day or hour. Dial 2-2887. REFINED LADY WISHES POSITION. AS housekeeper or general housework. Best of reference. Dial 2-9769. YOUNG LADY DESIRES HOUSEKEEPING for widower. No objection to children. Write 2621-E, Mirror. Rent — Furnished Rooms ^SXS^NXNXS^VXX^NXS^VXS^NX^^^^N^^V^/N/Vy^/NX'v NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS WITH ALL modern conveniences. Rent $3 up. 1502 Va 13th St. Uy SOL METZGEK There is one other wee shot that the sound golfer must know how to play when near the green. It's the cut. It used to be in the bag of every star in the old days when the "gutty" ball was standard. It wilj come back again, as one of the pet shots of the masters, when the lighter ball comes into use next year. It's played, according to that sound authority, Abe Mitchell, when your ball lies in long grass somewhere near the green, or when it beds itself down at the foot of the slope of a bunker, the bunker being between the player and the green. You pretty nearly have to know it to extricate a ball from long grass. Your pitch won't work here, nor your chip, nor pitch-and-run. Long grass 'has a habit of tying itself around the head of your club and shaft when an ordinary pitch is played in such a way that it usually causes a player to waste a stroke. A new illustrated leaflet on "Correct Grip for Driving" has been prepared by Sol Metzger. Write for it. Address Sol Metzger, cure of this paper, und enclose a self-uddressed, stumped envelope. JUNIATA IN FINAL. The Juniata college baseball team won the tenth straight game of the season defeating Elizabethtown on the Huntingdon diamond 21 to 2. The college team hit five home runs, three doubles and three triples. Atalski and Steel each had two homers. Privins and Lucas former the college battery. Juniata plays Albright in the flnal game today. John D. Rockefeller has conferred the benefits of his philanthropy upon all the people, but Sidney Weil, new owner of the Cincinnati Reds, evidently believes charity begins with the New York Giants. Among Camera's opponents to date have been an Indian, a Norseman, a French-Canadian and an Ethiopian. It would be interesting to see him matched with one of the strange tribe known as fighters. 1022 LEXINGTON AVE.—3 SMALL RpOM apartment, suitable for small family Porctws, yard. Dial 2-7723. 3 CHEERFUL, CONNECTING FURNISHED rooms for light housekeeping. Front, back entrance. Inquire 843 17th St. Dial 2-8741 FURNISHED ROOM FOR GENTLEMEN. 2 squares from Penn-Alto. In family of 2 adults. 'All conveniences. Dial i-8J07. FURNISHED ROOM, PRIVATE EN trance, all conveniences. Lady preferred $11 month. 1618 Sth Ave. FURNISHED ROOM IN A PRIVATE FAM lly. Middle aged man preferred. Refer ence required. Use of phone. Dial 2-4462 1128 14th AVE.—NICELY FURNISHED room, private home, all conveniences. Gen tleman only. W block from Penn-Alto. 709 19th ST.—3 FURNISHED ROOMS bath adjoining, second floor, furnished o unfurnished. Phone 6442. NICE ROOM. FURNISHED . FOR LIGHT housekeeping'. $3.50 per week. Anothe for sleeping, $2.50. Apply 1401 18th Ave. FURNISHED ROOM IN ALL MODERr- home, conveniences, for 1 or 2 rellabl business men. Reference. Dial 4772. In quire 2627 Broad Ave. 2 WELL FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS FOR light housekeeping. Private family am entrance, all conveniences. Dial 2-9015. ROOMS FOR LODGING, $3 AND UP Rooms for light housekeeping. Free park Ing space. Inquire 1411 8th Ave. 817 WILLOW AVE.—NICELY FURNISHED room, all conveniences. NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM Twin bedn. Ladiea preferred. Inquire 251 W. Chestnut Ave. Dial 6908. FURNISHED SECOND FLOOR FRON room In private family of adults. Hoon equipped with lavatory, hot water heat, us of bath and private telephone. Resldentia district. Suitable for one or two gentlemen Reference must be A No. 1. For location terms and inspection, apply Ed. Seldel Realtor. 405 HOWARD AVE.—3 FURNISHED rooms fur light housekeeping, all conven lences. Not suitable for children. Dial 7849 FURNISHED ROOMS FOR GENTLEMEN. square from ne\t Keith High school. Fain lly of 2 adults. All conveniences. Dial 8304 llth AVE., 1915—3 FRONT ROOMS. 1st 2nd floor. Sun parlors, porche.'. Newl papered, painted. Laundry. Private trance. NICELY FURNISHED BEDROOM WITH all conveniences. $3 per week. Inqulr 800 4th Ave. Furnished Apartments >XNXN**>^'^'^^SXSX^\/%X>X-x*'NX^^N^^%^^N>'^^ 861 17th ST.—SECOND FLOOR APT.. FOR light housekeeping, 3 Sret class furnish ed rooms, private bath, all conveniences front porch; also first floor front bedroom suitable fur 1 or 2 persons. Inquire 2101 Sib Ave. Dial 2-0610. > Furnished Apartment* Unfurnished AfMttmtntt St FLOOR, NEWLY FURNISHED, MOD- erti Apt., 4 rooms, bath. Inquire 602 21«t t., Apt. 6, 800 2nd AVB.—5 ROOMS, BATH, FRONT porch, heat and running hot water. Rent 45. sth AVE.— 4 ROOMS AND BATH, v Rent $16. Inquire at 2210 8tb Av«. Dial 2-7519. -ROOM FURNISHED APT., BATH, ALL conveniences. Private entrance. Inquire 62 17th St. Dial 2-2982. COMPLETELY FURNISHED APT., 4 rooms and bath, 1600 2nd Ave., front porch. Inquire S. A. Hlte ft Son, 6938, or .tcVey-Farls Co., 7128. ROOMS AND BATH—COMPLEf ELY FUR- nlshed. Reduced rental. Special offer for he week to. save time. 715 Sth Ave. Apts. ire unusually attractive and clean. No bet- er value to be found. Reference. Dial 6301. DUPLEX, 314-312 3rd ST.—B ROOMS, bath, hot water heat, all conveniences. Inquire 219 Lloyd St. 3 ROOMS AND BATH, FIRST FLOOR, nicely furnished. Private entrance. Dial 2-9780 or inquire 2607 Broad Ave. Unfurnished Apartments > ^v / ^ s ^»/S/S>^^^/VO/V^>XVS/"»/-v'NXW»/"^ UNIATA, 205 Sth AVE.—SECOND FLOOR, 4 rooms, bath, hot water heat. Dial -7519. E. 2nd AVE. AND LLOYD ST.—4 ROOMS, all conveniences. $30. 849 24th St., beside Presbyterian church, , rooms, all conveniences. $40. 1211 8th Ave.—4 rooms, all conveniences. ' 2221 Sth Ave.—4 rooms, all conveniences. ' 25- McVEY-FARIS CO., Clement Jaggard Bldg. Phone 7128. IMPERIAL APT., 1905 UNION AVE., 5 room*, bath, porch and all conveniences, $35; also 4 rooms, bath and porch, $30. Dial 2-8380 or after 6 p. m. 2-8160. 4 LARGE ROOMS AND BATH, FIRST floor front. 713 Sth Ave. Dial 6301. 1121 17th AVE.—2nd FLOOR, 5 ROOMS and bath, electric stove, shades. Call af- er S p. m. Dial 2-5707. 2320 Sth AVE.-3 ROOMS. FIRST FLOOR, all conveniences. $28: 4 rooms, second floor, all conveniences, $28. Dial 2-0307; T443 or 2-0058. CALVERT APTS., 2507 W. CHEST. AVE.. modern. 6 rooms, 2nd floor, hardwood floors, fireplace, porches, fine condition, $45. 2205 7th AVE.—FIRST FLOOR, 4 ROOMS, bath. 1937 W. Chestnut, 2nd floor, 4 ooms, all improvements. Phone 5076. ROOMS, BATH, FINISHED ATTIC, GAS and electric light. Hot water and telephone service. $20 month. Inquire 706 4th St. Dial 2-1003. 510 18th ST.—SECOND FLOOR DUPLEX, 5 rooms, all conveniences, $35. Inquire John Martin, 618 16th St.. or Dial 2-5092 or 9029. BRETH APT., 825 7t J> rooms, heat, oath, g*i rang*. $30. Dial 9029 or 2-5092. Rent—Hotiiet 901 6th AVE.—3 ROOMS, HALL' FIRST floor, 4 bedrooms, bath 2ttd U6M. Heit, shades furnished. Inquire »5 or 907 6tn AV«. . ;.„.. 014 28th ST.—7 ROOMS, BATH AND ALL conveniences. Inquire 918 %th St. NINTH STREET RESIDENCE 1401 Ninth Street. Lot 40x75 feet." Large brick home and gVrage. New hot water heating plant, slate roof, fireplace, ex- ra toilet. Let us show It to you. MORGAN-MARTIN CO. Central Trurt Bldg. 1818 UNION AVE.—7-ROOM HOUSS), HOT air heat, all moderft conveniences, newly papered and painted. Ready to occupy June 5. Dial 2-6742. • , 3034 W. CHESTNUT AVE.-8 ROOMS AND all conveniences. For further particulars, Inquire T. Chester! Parsons, 1107 12th Ave. Phone 2-5192. ' , 6-ROOM HOUSE, BAtH, FURNACE, ALL conveniences. 2-car garagf. Rent $28. 1821 13th Ave. Inquire 606 26th St. Phone 2-5971, . 1810 15th AVE.—6-ROOM HOUSE, BATH, garage, all conveniences. Call Straney, 7391. 2101 19th ST.-FIVE ROOMS, 60 FOOT corner lot with garage. Apply at 1701 6th Ave. Dial 7559. ( COR HOWARD AVE., Sth ST.—5-ROOM house, newly papered, electric, gas, water, toilet, cellar. Phone 7771, evenings. 119 3rd AVE.—8 ROOMS, BATH, GAS ANU electric light, porches and yard. Inquire 911 Sth Ave. Ill 16th ST.—6-ROOM HOUSE, ALL C6N- venlences. Inquire 1912 4th Ave. Phone 2-8398. TWO FIVE ROOM HOUSES, REAR BEALE Ave. and 22nd St. Inquire A. O'Toole, 1321 llth Ave. Dial 2-8118. 324 4th AVE.—8 ROOMS, ALL CONVEN- 601 2nd Ave., Junlata—B rooms, light and 1303 2nd Ave.—6 rooms, light and gas. 710 Crawford Ave.—7 rooms, all conven- len p C ark 2 A C v a e r .. ga Llkemfn?; Rev. Williams property, back of playground, B rooms, all conveniences. $27. 909B 24th St., between Broad and W. Chestnut Aves.—7 rooms and bath, all con- Ve i901° e iith St'.—7 rooms, all convenience*. House In excellent condition throughout. $42. McVEY-FARIS CO., -Clement Jaggard Bldg. Phone 7128. 1914 MARGARET AVE.—8-ROOM HOUSE, bath, furnace, all conveniences. $30 month. Inquire 809 Green Ave. Phone 8171. 931 2nd AVE.—CORNER HOUSE, 6 ROOMS and bath, pantry, enclosed rear porch, front porch, cement cellar, finished attic. Dial 2-1081. 320 CHERRY AVE.—6-ROOM FRAME house, all conveniences. Shades furnished. Inquire 320 Cherry Ave. 2827 Sth AVE.—5-ROOM BUNGALOW, newly papered, all conveniences except bath. $18 month. Large yard. Apply Mrs. Virla, 2904 6th Ave. Phone 3-1552. 1916 18% ST.—6-ROOM HOUSE, ALL CON- venlences, light, gas. Inquire 1219 19th St. Dial 2-6951. 6-ROOM BRICK HOUSE, ALL MODERN conveniences. Rent reasonable. Good location. Phone 2-9702. 404 3rd AVE.—2 HOUSES. FRONT HAS 9 rooms, 2 baths, storeroom in front, hot •water heat. $28 month. Rear has 8 rooms, all conveniences except bath. $22 month. 6-ROOM HOUSE,'BATH, GAS, ECECTRIC and furnace. New paint and paper. Rent reasonable. Inquire 1302 19th St. 1014 7th AVE.—MODERN SECOND FLOOR apartment, enclosed porches. Excellent condition. Hot water heat, gas range, llno- eum, blinds. E. R. Halton, 1510 7th Ave. MAJESTIC APT., APARTMENT CONSIST- Ing of living room, breakfast room, kitchenette, bedroom, bath, enclosed front porch and all conveniences, $35: also apartment at $30. Dial 2-8380 or after 6 p. m. 2-8160. 507 19th ST.—5 ROOMS, BATH, PRIVATE basement, heat, shades, range furnished. Inquire 505 19th St. 5-ROOM, UP-TO-DATE DAYLIGHT APT., 1507 12th St. Inquire O. L. McCartney, 1200 15th Ave. APT., 1719 6th AVE., ALTOONA—4 BRIGHT rooms, privafe bath and entrance, heat, yard. $23. 4-ROOM APT., RANGE, BLINDS FUR- nished. all modern conveniences. Rent 525. Inquire D. E. Furry, 2901 Maple Ave. •ROOM FLAT, ALL CONVENIENCES, $20 month; also storeroom at 507 15th St. Reasonable rent. Inquire 507 15th St. 4 ROOMS AND BATH. RENT REASON- able. Inquire No. 1, Apt., Flatlron Bldg. WAYNE APTS., 1106 18th ST., 3 ROOMS and bath, all conveniences. Rent $25. W. B. Cassldy. Dial 2-7993. 1321 Sth AVE.—SECOND FLOOR, 4 ROOMS and alcove room. / • 1318 Sth Ave.—First floor, (4 rooms, both have private bath, gas ranges, shades, heat furnished. Dial 6573 9-12 a. m. or 6.30-9 p. m. 1210 14th AVE.-=SECOND FLOOR, 5 rooms, bath, porches. Moderate rent for this location. FOR RENT—JUNIATA, 828 4th AVE., 3- room Apt. Rent $16. K. McGrath, 2806 Broad. Dial 2-2471. FIRST AND SECOND FLOOR DUPLEX, porches, all conveniences. Inquire 2420 7th Ave. 6-ROOM APARTMENT, 2515 BROAD AVE., 2nd floor duplex. Gas range, kitchen cabinet, linoleum in bath and kitchen. Dial 2-3532. Available on or before June 20. 5 ROOMS, BATH, ALL CONVENIENCES, private entrance, kitchen, bedroom, hall, newly papered. Inquire 321 6th Ave., Junl- ata. 618 12th ST.—APARTMENT, 5 ROOMS AND bath, front porch, laundry. Inquire next door, Dr. Yeater. 5 LIGHT, CHEERFUL ROOMS, BATH, ALL conveniences. Fine location. Papered throughout. Reference required. Inquire 2217 Broad Ave. 504 LLOYD ST.—4 ROOMS AND BATH, hot water heat. Suitable for light housekeeping. Reasonable rent. Inquire 200 E Sth Ave. 8-ROOM APT., WITH BATH. INQUIRE Ilahu & Co., 813 Green Ave. 5 ROOMS ANU BATH, GAS RANGE AND shades furnished. All rooms to the street. Residential section. Inquire at store, 2nd Ave. and 24th St. 1303 12th AVE. —6-ROOM APT., NEWLY papered, bath, electric. $33. Inquire 809 Green Ave. Phone 8171. FIRST FLOOR, 5 ROOMS AND BATH, front and buck porches, $45. Private garage. Located In Llyuwen. 2-6601 or 8286. 5-ROOM APARTMENT, OVER OFFICE. Hot water heat, bath, dec., gas, linoleum In bath and kitchen. Qua range, thades, screens, private front und rear entrance, yard and garage. Rent reasonable. Ed. Seldel, Realtor. 2302 W. CHESTNUT AVE.—2nd FLOOR duplex, 5 rooms with finished attic, bath, all conveniences, porch. Dial 2-7249. 2209 BEALE AVE.—1st FLOOR OF DU- plex, 5 rooms, bath, porches and small yard. $25. Dial 2-8380 ur after 6 'p. m 2-8160. 3 ROOMS, PRIVATE BATH, PORCHES AND entrances. Inquire 2201 Bealc Ave., between 6.30 and S p. m. FIRST FLOOR Four rooms, bath, front and rear porches, garage, located 2515 Sth Ave. See this before you rent. Reasonable rent. Clydo Saylor. Phone 2-6851. 1717 12th AVE.—FIVE ROOM APART- ment, all conveniences. Rent reasonable. Inquire at Evln Shoe Stop, 1206 lltb. St. or 1719 12th Ave. Rent — Garages S/^%^^^ 1 ^^*^ ^V^^V^S^S^S.^^-*-^ GARAGE FOR RENT—12th AVE. AND 16th St. Brick. Reasonable rent. Phono 2-0498. GARAGE, SPACE FOR 1 OR 2 CARS, with water and light. Inquire at 1106 3rd Ave. Rent — Farms FARM FOR RENT, 15 MINUTES' DRIvfc from Altoona. Phone 7853. FARM CONTAINING 90 ACRES. GOOD house, bank barn. Fruit. Situated 2 miles from Altoona. Inquire 1701 6th Ave Rent — Cottages ARDENHEIM — COMPLETELY FURNISH cottages. $15-20 wk. Special season rates For Inspection, bookings see or write J, R. Valentine, R. F. D. 3, Huntingdon, Pa. FURNISHED COTTAGE FOR RENT AT Ardenhelm. River front. Inquire 405 Howard Ave. Dial 7840. Rent — Miscellaneous . _.V/S^V<W>v~V'W^^«^/-v'Ww>XVW FOR RENT—12-CAR GARAGE. RENT reasonable. Can be used for storage or washing cars. Inquire 107 E. 3rd Ave. or Dial 2-1183. 1013 4th ST.—STOREROOM, SUITABLE for barber shop, beauty parlor or any kind of business. Inquire Altoona Plate Glass Co., 725 Green Ave. Phone 8886.' 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, ault- ahlo for any kind of business. 122 1st Ave.—5 rooms with conveniences. Also 9th Ave. and 39th St.—5 rooms, ',4 acre of ground. L. R. MATHIEU 4 SONS, 1824 Union Ave. Dial 9994 655 19th ST.—BUSINESS LOCATION. AP prox. 1,200 sq. ft. floor space. Inquin 809 Green Ave. Phone 8171. Sale Or Rent 5-ROOM HOUSE, ',4 ACRE LOT, 11 MILES from Petersburg, at the foot of Tussey Mt. Make fine place for vacation or out ing. Inquire at 1813 Walton Ave., Altoona Pa. 8-ROOM HOUSE. LIGHT ANfa WELL WA ter In kitchen. New roof. 1 acre ground Very suitable fur raising chickens or gar den. Fruit trees, grape arbor Sale terms reasonable. Located 29th Ave. and 15th St Inquire of Charles A. Auker, 1321 llth Ave Sale — Houses 07 LOGAN AVE.. LLY8WEN—FRAME house, tlate roof. Lot 75x120. All con ventences. Adjoins Mansion Blvd. Dial 4883 SIX ROOM BUNGALOW, 1 ACRE Ofc ground or more if desired, spring water Good roads. Five minutes' drive from Eldo rado, C. E. Rupp, Canan Station. 2V4 STORY, MODERN BRICK HOME Practically new, all conveniences, lawn and shrubbery. Lot 40x120. Owner leaving city. 1804 2nd Ave. FOR SALE OR TRADE 3-famlly apartment house, corner location Income $105 monthly. Will sell reusonabl or will trade on a home. J. J. Kubella, 70! Garber St., Hollidaysburg. Phone 1972. SPRUCE AVE., 3217—BUNGALOW, FIVt rooms, hot air heat, lot 40x120. Prlc $2,400.00—$100.00 down, balance smal monthly payments. HOWARD J. DARK, 1118 14th St. Dial 2-3188. 2007 15th AVE. SEVEN ROOMS AND bath, hot water beat, cemented cellar porches, garage. 8-ROOM HOUSE, 2820 SFRUCE A VE. THI house will be sold at a scarlfice as ptopl are leaving city. Also other houses (or sale Inquire 717 29th St., C. A. Wlsslnger, Build ing Contractor. 4-ROOM BUNGALOW 2-1x24, LARGE CEL lar, electric, well water, Improved stat road, 8 minutes' drive to llln, Ave. Acr ground, more If desired. Price $2,500: pa caah. A. Tremmel, Buckhorn road, Hi mile from Altoona. 7-ROOM MODERN HOUSE, CORNER LO' 50x120, all kinds fruit, garden. Sell rttt fionable. Inquire 3102 Walnut Ave. -Houttt Ai ^^ i ^v^~~-v>^^ ---- -• 82t 8th AVB.— FOtt SALB— SAROAlN, B TO6h\ bungalow. ne*ly built, ail i convjm enee»' except bath; lot 45*120. Good bu«I- eM location, acros« new AAP warehpuw. rlc« $2,800, orlgltiH pHc« $3,SOOi WMU or all on Oeo. P* Mite, 608 Cambria Av*., ohnstown, Pa. TYPEWRITERS—ALL »*!"•-;;-.-,;: •; repaired and overhauled. PatW. i-.».»»and supplies for every machln*. call 8-1827. B. F. BARK, 1627 llth Av*. UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER AND t»E8R ( UN e^ng machine, fire exUngulsher,, rtft. in. quire 281ft W. Chestnut. Phone 2-3695. FOR SALE-SOLID OAK ROLL TOP DESK, good as new, at 2616 6th AVe. FMoM 2-2079, . •. -. Brick Home Residential district, 2601 Dysart Aye. B and Inlshed attic. Very modern. All imps.! guest closet, 2 mirrored doors, fireplace, milt-In bookcases, china closet. Garage. Ave. and alley paved. 2 fine maples, heBge; creens, shades, linoleum. Only $7,800; 2,000 cash, bal. 1st Mtg. For inspection, . Ed. Seidel, Realtor FOR SALE-ACORN COAL RANGE, PRAC« tlcally new. Inquire 2409 10th St. Be Efficient Do n't waste yoll r time hunting for properties. Let us help 'analyze your needs along real estate lines. If available in Altoona at your price we'll get it for you. WOODS BECKMAN COMPANY Realtors Penn Central Bldg., Fifth Floor. Phone 5124. ,FOR SALE 807 Howard Avenue. 6 Rooms, all improvements. Vacant. Immediate possession. 2-Car garage. Avenue and alley paved. Price $5800; terms. 112 Pearl Street, 6-Room frame dwelling with all improvements. Price $3200; terms. 601 South 7th Street. 7-Room frame dwelling in excellent condition. All improvements. Lot B5x 120 feet. Price $4750; terms. C. D. BLOOM . Realtor—Insurance _. 1311 12th St. Phone 2-2383 6-Room House Lot 47x120 All conveniences. Price J2400. Must be sold within 10 days. Owner leaving city. Small amount of cash required. Inquire , Lloyd A/. Smith Walsh Bldg., Hollidaysburg Sale—Lots OAK AVE., 33rd ST.-1-LOT 50x120. PRICE $250 to quick buyer. Inquire 2307 16th Ave. Dial 2-9184. CALVERT HILLS Don't buy a vacant lot anywhere until you have driven over the paved streets and inspected CALVERT HILLS - Office 1115 llth St. Sale — Farms XXXN/N/V\XW»^%'S*'NX>*N SMALL FARM OF 9 ACRES, LOCATED ON Buckhorn road, 1 mile trum Altoona. 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 0-5103. TIMBER LAND OWNERS—WE APPRAISE and collect forest Ore damages, estimate and sell timber and do general forestry work. Further Information on request. THE FOREST SERVICE CO., '. Tyrone, Pa. Sale — Furniture , VSXN/V^^V«^NXX^/%«^X^^\/NX^S^>^N^«^^X^ FOR SALE—LIVING ROOM SUITE, BED room suite. Leaving city. Apply at once 2421 Sth Ave. Dial 2-2DOO. OAK DINING ROOM SUITE, 8 FT. TABLE, buffet, nerving table, 6 chairs. Inquire 2208 6th Ave. Sale—Miscettaneotti REED BAB? COACH, IN lion. Will sell rcasonAble. 7th Ave. Dial 2-3B4S. _, »t 24Z8 ce capacity, 2301 llth Aye. KALAMAZOO COAL RANGE. AND HOT plate. Inquire 1600 2nd Ave., apartment No. 9. ONE SMALL-GAS RANGE FOR APART- ment or basement. Very cheap. 703 Howard Av«. All the Lumber Stock of FLUKE CO. Inc., FOR SALE ^ AT OFF COST Inquire At Yard 2606 Beale Ave. Dial 3-9183 Sale — Horses and Cattle FOR 'SALE—FRESH HOLSTEIN COW, fourth calf.' Inquire, Smith Brothers, J,4 mile south of Hollidaysburg, on Bedford Co. pike. Phone 905-R4, Hollidaysburg. FOR SALE—COW AND CALF. INQUIRE! Nykola Slywczuk, Klttannlng Point road, Box 69-A. GOOD WORK HORSE, SOUND AND GEN. tie, $50; 4-yr.-old gentle Shetland pony, $85; riding caddies, all kinds of harness and' lot of farm Implements cheap. Tremmel, Buckhorn road, 1V4 miles from Altoona. BAY MARE, SOUND AND SAFE, GOOD single line leader, weighs 1.1DO Ibs. Must sell, no use for same. M. F. Weldemer, Duncansvllle, Maple Hollow. For Sale—Dogs-Pets _^SX«w^V^^V^^^^^^.^^^-^'^^^^^ ySXV ^' BEAGLE HOUND PUPS FROM REAL, hunting parents. Sire registered. Fine for fall training. Cheap to quick buyers. I. E. Pink, Sinclair service station, Duncansvllle, Pa. \ Poultry — Feed ^/V^/VW*~%<'W/S«'>X<»< EHRINGER'S QUALITY CHICKS, BARRED and White Rocks, White Wyandottes, Red and English Leghorns. Hatch off every Monday and Thursday. 120 E. Sth Ave. Dial 2-2917 or 3-9409. -HYNIOK'S QUALITY BABY CHICKS Wyandottes, Rocks, Reds, Anconas and Barron Leghorns. One large incubator, cheap to quick buyer. 322 E. Grant Ave. Dial 4343. Seeds — Gardening ,^\/NXVX/v^v*^NXS^S^<SXXXSXWN/V»SX\^*S^ PLANTS FOR SALE Tomatoes, cabbage, cauliflower, snap dragons, asters. Also liardy plants. Pansles qull- lardla, etc. Welsel Bros., 2007 20th Bt. Dls.1 2-7757. FOR SALE—BEDDING FLOWERS, GER- anlums, Petunias, vines, lOc each; also Pansles, 50o doi. Stadler's Hot House, 607 1st Ave. Dial 2-0948. CoaZ TELEPHONE 2-3501 OR 2-0818. , 1 OR MORE TONS. HARD COAL, NUT SIZE $12.00 MADISON SCREENED LUMP .;....$4.00 MADISON EGG AND NUT $4.00 DRIVER COLLECTS IN, ALL CASES. SERVICE FUEL CO. GWIN COAL co.—awiN SPECIAL, MIL- ler and Madison coal at attractive prices. 1911 Jilargaret Ave. Phone 20404 or 6623. PEOPLE'S COAL CO.. 730 4th ST. PHONB 2-7777. HARD COAL, EGG. STOVE, NUT... .J11.7H PEA COAL > $ 9.7ft MADISON LUMP, EGO PREPARED. .$ 4.00 MILLER RUSTY LUMP, DYSART. .$ 3.75 COLLECT ON DEfJVERY. Burn PAGE COAL For Economy, Warmth and Health Demand Our Welghbill G. F. Eichenlaub Coal Co. Dial 9-5210 McGuire Coal Co. McGuire Special and All Grades Of Coal 015 10th Street Phone 6378 HOUSEHOLD GOODS—MAHOGANY LIV- Ing room suite, covered with black leather; dining room suite, piano, leather couch, single bed, dresser, miscellaneous.' Inquire 904 58th St. WOLF FURNITURE CO., 1501 llth'AVE. OFFERS China Closet $18.00 Moore's Combination Range $61.50 Dresser $18.00 3 PC. Reed Suite $25.00 OAK LIBRARY TABLE, BUFFET AND dining table; all In goud condition. Inquire 2925 W. Chestnut Avu. Business and Office Needs 10 FT. SODA FOUNTAIN Will sacrifice for $50. Several plate glass show cases in practically new condition. Come and Bee them —will sell cheap. ALTOONA PLATE GLASS CO. 725 Green Ave. Dial 8886 or 2-7300 Musical Instruments ^N^S^^XN^^X'v'S'N/^S/'S'^^V^X/N^X^/^WVW FALMEIt PLAYER PIANO, $10000 Mahogany case und bench. 25 roll*. Good condition. WEAVER FACTORY SHOWROOM. 1020-22 Eleventh Ave. Sate — Miscellaneous PORCH CHAIRS RESEATED — RUSH stylo chair seating, chulr caning oC all kinds. Also rag rug and carpet weaving. Work called for and delivered. Weaving Works, 2119 8th Ave. Dial 2-8513. SOUEliN DOOR, MEASUREMENTS 7 FT. 7 IN. HIGH, 28 IN. W1UE. SEE "CUSTODIAN," ALTOONA M1KROR OFFICE. FOR BALE—12 BASEBALL SUITS AND number of bats, to highest bidder. Jr. Mechanics, No. 370, Tnurn. evening, 7.30, East End hall. Money To Loan LOANS TO $3(10. HOUSEHOLD GOODS AS security. Legal rates. Altoona Loan Assn.. 204 Central Trust Bltlg. Phone 6803. MONEY TO LOAN $6,700—011 improved property In amount* to suit borrower—$5,700. WALTER J. HENRY, ^ > Commerce Bldg. Phona 6200. MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED PROP- erty In amounts to suit borrowers. Q. Nevln Dlvely, 1321 llth Ave. JI,000-$10,000 TO LOAN ON FIRST MORT- gage Inquire Lloyd A. Smith, Walsh Bldg., llollldaysburg. MONEY TO LOAN I have $3,000 or $3,5(10 to loan on Altoona Improved real estate. Can place same at once. JOHN S. SEEDS 1115 llth Bt. Mortgage Loans l''lut ur Monthly L. Wm. Borland Keiiltor— Insurance Union Hunk lildg. Dial 4-7U2S. Wanted To Borrow $0.000 ON FIRST MORTGAGE ON A TY. rone property. Write to P. O. Box 97, Tyrone, Penua, Business Opportunities $33,000 WORTH OF JEWELKV STORK equipment. Including 1.500 sq. ft. of French plate glass; Ideally luciued pool ruom, ready to open for business. 3,000 ft. door space. 12 tables, electric cash register. Complete grocery and butcher shop, located In Juniutu, everything ready to upen for business. Will either sell or cxi'lmnge above businesses for anylhlng When you want to huy anything, sec Canole and Hell, 2918 61 h Ave COMPLETELY EQUIPPED RESTAURANT, located 8^7 Sth Ave. Bargain tu qulclt buyer. Inquire on premises. MEAT ANU GROCERY MARKET FOR sule. Best locution In the city. Cheap to right parly. Reason for selling, other business. Write 1653-L. Mirror. FOR SALE -GROCERY, CONFECTIONERY store, doing a nice business. Owner leaving town. Cull 159-J, Phlllpsburg, Pa. SMALL MANUFACTURING be advtt of town. BUSINESS: .dvantageous for some one living out n. Inq. H2 W. 10th Ave., Juniata,

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