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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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"PAGE SIX. ' v rHK DAILV UOUKTER, CONT'1SDJGSVIJLL.JHJ, FA'/ FRIDAY P E R S O N A L M E N T I O N Clarenco T. Glover returned Wed nosday to SteulJonvllte, Ohio, whree- be la employ-ad, after spending tho holidays with hte mother. Mrs. Clayton ({angler o! South Connolteville. ' Those- popular eye lash curlers at KoncHne's Barber Shop.--Advefttee- HiP-nl.--SldecBt. Mrfl. ('. IT. WeiiJgerber of Vine, e'treet left for New York City to visit- Ml«s Cyrabellne Taylor of Pasadena, Oal., a student at Columbia Univer- slty. Mlsu Taylor te a sitter of Mrs. Weiegerher'a daughter-in-law, Mre. Charles F Welagerbor o£ Loe Angeles, Cal. Before entering the Columbia Unlvorelty ehe woe a member of the faculty ot the high echool of Paea- (tena, Marshall end Earl Wilhelm have returned to College Park, Md., where they will resume 'their etudlos at the University of Maryland, after spending the Chrifltmas holidays with their parents, Jlr. and Mrs. R. B. Wilhelm ot E«6t, Patterson avenue. - Edward Clarke, who spent the Christmas holidays with hla parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Clarke of North PHtsburK street, has returned to tho University ot West Virginia, Morgantown. ' Mre. H. "P. Tompkine of South Pitta- burg street spent the day In Pitte- burg. Miss Lonoro Grace of the Springfield .pike- has returned from Aehe- vllle, N. C., where she / recuperated following an Illness, and him resumed her duties as a stenographer In the division accountant's office of the Baltimore Ohio Railroad. Dr. ancJ Mrs. A. K. Kldd of Wills road left today by motor for St. l^etereburg, Fla., where they will epend the remainder of the winter. Little Hobby Cornish, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Walker, who was injured by an automobile on Christmas Eve. "has f u l l y recovered, Bobby was coaling in Porter avenue at tho time. Joar-ph Burlcy. son of Mr. and Mrs. M M. Bin toy of Plttpburi;. is a patient la t h o West Pwin llnrtiiial, nufforing from a roasting accidpnt. with which he met on Christmas d.iy, when his !,|rd collided w i t h a parked automobile. Ho received a cut oC the face. Joseph is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. George Calhouu of Coalbrook. ,, Ports .Teau Blackston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Blackston. of South Cottage avenue, who had been 1 .seriously ill for the, past month, was ablo to bo downstairs for the nrst on Christmas and was out for tho first on is'ew Year. They Bpent the day at tho hoiiu- of her grandmother, Mrs, Myrtle Blackstono of Kali-view avenue. SAMUEL TRUMP'S FUNERAL SATURDAY Aiint Bet "I never realized u n t i l Coualn Edgar shared his beard oft that ·whiskers-was an effort o] Provt- denco to rover up. a mistake." Society News WeSmer-Ebbechiu Miss Grace Weimer und Byron Ebbecka of MeyoruJalo went to_ Somers,et Tuesday and were married by Rev. Dr. A, E. Trual, a former resident ot Meyersdaie and pastor of the bride. Mrs. Ebbeckn was operator at the Meyersdaie oiflco ot the "Western Pennsylvania Telephone Company. Mr. Ebbecka is employed at the Meysradale postoffice. They will reside with the bride's father, Wilson Weimer, ^ . -- .,, Snyder-btck. Miss Nina '.. nnyder of Alvoilon and Raymonci Pick of Homer City were married yesterday aftprnoon at tlio office ot Juatico of the t'ea'e William Kcnnoll at Scottdalr. The body of Samuel TruTip, Jr., w,hoM (loath occurred on Now Year at' his homo at Akron, Ohio, of pneumonia, was taken to the homo of Uve parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Trump, at 317 Sayde-r street, at 1:20 o'clock this morning on arrival here. In addition to his parents tho young ma.n, 2S years old, is survived by hln widow. Mrs. Irene Van Hoy Trump; two ciiii Iron, Beatrice and Oarlton, and the following brothers and sisters, Jame.s, Donald, Joseph and Uoorge '1 r u m p and Mrs. Allen Helms, th* lattc'i- of Akron, Ohio. Before Iwivins Connellsville Mr. Trump wa * employei! by the Capstan (Ua^a Company at South CoiTneils- I' lass jrects. The PhtlatUea Class of Iho First Baptist Churcil held its regular meeting last nigh! at the homo of Mi-ss Grace Montgomery hi West Fayotto street. Xiunch was served at the close o£ the buainets meeting, MAJOR BLAKE SPEAKS AT DINNER-MEETING OF UNITY FRATERNITY The f u n w d l serviro will be hold at the rejj'loiwe- in Su dtv street at 2 80 o'clock S a t u r d a y afternoon, with lir. W. H H e t r l t k , pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church, ofliciatinff. Interment, In (hcirse of Funeral Director ,T. W. Sims, w i l l be in Hill Grove Camb-tcrj . MRS. HANNAH R. FOX DIES AT MI PLEASANT Special to Tho Courier MOUNT PLE/53ANT, Jan. I',.--MrB. Hannah llatler Fox, 08 ^yearsi and 11 months old, died at her "home In Willow btreut Wednesday shortly utter 1 o'clock. Mre. Fox wae the wiJe ot Jaince Fox. Eight years ogo she suf- iere'l a -stroke and bad been in poor health since that time. She Is survived by hor hueband, two sonfi, Krncflt a.ul Jamce, Jr., and one daugli- lor, Mrn t/eah Fox Kortrlght, all of Mount l j leu«ant. Tho funeral i,er\!ce will be held Saturday afternoon nt 2 o'clock. In- twnion'. will be in Muunt. 1'lefl.eaut IV motor;. Tho tunoral service for Mrs. Rachel Kox, ptoprnother of James Fox, was held ou Tuesday afternoon. DIES OF INJUIUES. Funrrnl of John Jordan of Hop wood, Auto Victim, Ifeld at Percy. John I 1 '. Jordan, 1J yea is old, uon ot Mr. and Mrs. Frank Joulan of Hop- \sood, ll«d Tueuday at tho Umoutown Hospital from iujunes tufterud when a niotorcyck 1 ' on \\hich he v ad i i d i n g %MUJ t - t i u t k by mi automobile, lilood- polcOntn ; dc\ulo[)c'd Hobutes lu par- oil Us iu i. e u r v i v w t by a biothei, Ua\ id, a home. t'uuoiMl b e r v i o o \vas held tills uf- Lcnioon n the homo followed bj an iul- ^ervico nt t h e .Mcihodibt Pro- Icjstauf { ' h u i f h l it L'ei i v. Ho\. AVilliam h t n ^ , ofticiatcxl Internu'iit war, In the I'm ,\ i i nu'UTx L ··« o ir l a i - s l f i t c l aclvc-rtii-eincntB. Thirty-four persona attended a dinner-meeting 'f the Unity Fraternity, held at 6:30 o clock last evening in the Weet Crawford avenu-e clubroomB. Major Jolui K Blake, executive secretary o£ the Board of Trade, woe principal bpeakci on a ihort prosrain which foilowfii. JJo congratulated the organization, which hid completed 13 yeare of acti\e "life, and urged the group to takf a greater interret in civic affairs. Charles L. Berkley was toastniafcter. C. Herbert Elite led in group singinf: Poesibllltict- offered by ranaliKatlon of tho Yougiiioghotiy River was pointed out b / him and tlio organlya- :lon prouiiaen ito whole-lieurtcd support in the pi ojccf. At the election of officers, held at a short bu'.liiet H t,c%ion, Charles L. Berkpy was illumed as preeUlent tor hie third t e r m . O t h e r offlcors are flohn J. 1 iai per, viro-preeidout; Thomas K lu-cfler, sccre-tftry-trcas- ure-r; Satnael Mohiick and Ilari.-y J, DeBolt,' trus-teefi for six m o n t h s ; James 11. Di Isroll, ti uatou for one year. BERT VELIE, YOUTHFUL UNIONTOWN BOXER, HAS SfttJLL FRACTURED UNIONTOVN, Jan. 3.--Bort Velle, iooal timaleu boxer and high hchool student, suffered a fractured s k u l l at 3 o'clock tliis morning when the sedan in which be was a passenger on a trip to a club along tho Connellsville road crashed into a telegraph polo iu North C r a l l \ t i i i avenue at tho city line. Velie, who Is 17 years old, is In a serious eond lion at the Uuioutown Hospital. Bob Grove. 29, his companion in tho car, received injuries to the r i g h t leg atid nose The car skidded as It look the t ui ve and crashed into tho pole before (Jrove, w h o w a s driving, could straigh'en it away. The- machine belonged to Vora Grove, a sister ot the driver. It did not upset but tho Impact was si terrific it bounced Velie against the hide oE the car and fractured Ilia s k u l l . An X-ray this moru- ing determined tlio fracture. Velie has been making active progress In tile iimateur r i n g , fighting at tlS pounds. A wet l o u d a n d lack of chains is blamed for t'ie bit id. ijuli-kly relieved and often cleared away by a fe* 1 applications of DAVIDSON HILL BOY STRUCK BY AUTO Ualo'gh G i uves,. cokr^ci, IU «aiv, old, a son of Mr ami Mrs. bee Graves, «a.s d i h i r h a r g O ' l from the Stat-o I l o b u l i il today a f t e r t-p t h n i g h t I'll M c us a result of s t r u c k l in utitoni(!H" in l)a\ Idtou i l i l l } t v u r i l s HJ PI i i f H i n Ai c o r d i n g to a 11 port niari-t 1 to po- lu-i 1 . Tcm.t '1 uiU'i d i n j \ \ , i » fnrt oJ to t a w i n g to Hi" lull of a m u c h l n u alieau of him to n ui rainninig it w h e n Iho Mititleiily. In . \ S " I V M I - t u lad, \ \ ! . i t u s t a i i K t l UlCOlil'tlOllb PITTSBURG W. VA. GIVEN PERMISSION TO ISSUE 2 MILUON In Hliori-Tcrm Koies to 15c Ap- j.lied ip OonstruHion io (JoimcilsviUe. COST LESS THAN BONDS WASHINGTON, J a n . 3 --The Pittsburg West Virginia Railway has b:en authorized ' by the Interstate Commerce Commission to issue at not less than par not exceeding $g,OQO,000 oi' unsecured short-term notes at a rale, of interest not to exceed B i-2 per cent per year. Pro.ceod-3 from the issue will be used In connection u'itii the construction now In progress of the Pltlsburf? AVst Virginia road's ConnellBVllle extension which extends from Cocli- ran's Mill .to Connellsville, Pa. In announcing MK report the c 0-111 - mlasion Issued n atatemont in which ii was antd no objection to tho grant- nig of the application had been filed. Explaining tlis preceding financial operations of the company the commission said: " ' "By our certificate and order of Juno 12, 1928, the applicant was authorized to construct Its Conuellb- vllle extension, therein described, tlio estimated cost ot which, according to tne detailed estimates heretofore furnished, was about ?13,800tOOO. To finance In pnrt tho cost ot construction, tlio applicant was aulhoiized by our order of November 2i, 1D2S, to iiisue $3,000, (}00 of. first-mortgage 4 1-2 percent boude, Borles A, which wore soW at 98 1-2, and by our supplemen- Ul order of Ma'rch 29, 1029, to Issna $3,000,000 of tirat-inorlgapo bonds, series B, which were hold at 03 l-~. The proceeds ot those I w o Iwiuefi have been or soon w i l l he prvlrt out in connection^ w i t h (he constl 'ucdon, and f u r t h e r work contomplatiKl w i t h i n t h e next four m o n t l i K w i l l rr q u i r e ifL'.dOO,- 000 at additional f u n d ;. "The .ipplicant i ^ i a t r s dial I':- offloDi's and tllroi-tovB ,u c oi Hie o p i n ion that it won IU be u n w i s e at Una t mo to apply for a u t h o r i t y In additional bonds, s l n t o iho condition oC tho money marko' is tuch tli.U Ijng-tcnn liond'i w o u l d have to bo sold at a c a n i p a i a l i v c l y liigli i n t u r o h f cost, and t h a t iu viow of the a p p a r e n t trend towtn il lower i n t e r e s t ralPB it i'i believed that it w o u l d be iulvati- t^Kooua to borrow t e m p o r a r i l y Iho J 2, 000, 000 required upon ltd promissory note oi % uotcb foi not more than, f o u r inutttliH at a rale of interest not to exceed 5 1-2 per ( p u t per annum and to r o t u n d tlic notes at their maturity ^Hii an ibsuo of additional bonds, as It is believed tho coat of permanent financing will be materially reduced at the expiration ot the f o u r months' period. "We find that the proposed issue of unsecured short-term notes by the applicant as iifoiesuid is for a lawful object within its corporate purposes, a n d compatible \ \ i t h j h e p u b l i c interest, which is necessary and appropriate for and conshitent w i t h the proper performance by it oi service to the public as a common carrier, and which will not impair its ability to perform that service, and is reasou- »bly ueccsary and appropriate for such purpose." IMTHENY ON LONG DRINKING SPREE WHEN HE KILLED LUCY PRIOR Special to Tho C o u r i e r . UNIONTCNVN, Jan. 3.--Bill Matheny x vn« on a d r u n k of Irom fivo to ei: u'oelce' duralion boforo the raorninf,' of July 12 wlit-H ho shot Lucy Prior sit timeo at. her home at Republic, teetl- ll?d Mrfl. Mary Mathony, wl£o of the lerendant, when she took tho stand this morning to tell her story of the circumstances leading up to the shooting. They had lived, said Mre. Mntheny, lor nluo years In their present lionio and before that occupied n house on Harry Mooro'd placo near Fairbanks. Her husband would go on sprees laat- 'iig two and three \veok« but that last one lasted between live and nix weeke, (starting about two weeks before tho Fourth o£ July. DeBolt Probing False Fire Alarm Another false alarm was turned In last n i g h t , tho Mre Department bo- ing summoned at C 40 o'clock to Box No. 212 Tuesday night nt 11 50 o'clock n Calso alarm was sounded. Fire Chief William K Dc-Bolt is conducting an investigation In tho hope of apprehending I lie Individual who Is bolloved responsible, The chief nuulo II plain , h a t the pel son would bo punished severely by the law when ho la taken Into KOUTY DIB OK JIi:ASI,KH. l''lfty Iu lloiulltil at Wcrtnan Concen- Ry U n i t e d Pi ess. BKKH.V, Jan 3.- -Forty c h i l d r e n are dead and 50 an^ In hospitals at Manim-craleinii, In 10i st Primula, from nu ep'tlemic of nii'JiSlea. The flioaso IB now bald to be under control. . The victim-- were In n conroixtratlon c a m p proUdad for Clorman poa,san1s who e n i i g i a J o d to Russia Out of Ihe i.OOO i i i h a b i l c i n l s of I h p r a m p , 1,800 n t o ( In Memory of (Boys Who Fought With Him Patioul/o t!)ose who atherttse. ^ ' u V n n t Somclhln? "To (.lillclriMi tir liriKL-1 of ineri'v." M'haro B i r t ( l r n s n r c foltoHixl, I T N K V E B ^AI1.S. liosplf^ h t j i r c - i t v Hiul ononnous rost of S A M O N I J u . It coiifiiins full IJO«B. ibtonil ,Ii(v vi-iu'h' (pst. hold eversw'icra DC liv nmll. !if,n u, boftlo. Est. C. A, ^uorhcea, M, i),, General John J. Per: mander-in-chlel of armlea cluringr the T planting a tree to t of the soldiei-s who fc him in the great coj planting ceremony tcx Daweswood, th« count Beeman G. Dawes, ne Ohio. hing 1 , corn- he Allied orid War, 10 mom or? ught undoi flict. Th« k placo at y estate ol ir Newark, FIRE LOSS DURING 1929 f o n t ' i u t c d f r o m Pa ?R On». of hose aix! ^86 pnlion'' of chenvtrals were iiR-etl to combat fir-8. 'Ihe report fo!lo«'B J a n u a r y - Kiv« fires, a ^ven chimiifj fii-f"-, ono auto fli-c, two false alarms, J100 loss en properly ii Bured at ?S.- 000, 850 fiMjt of lios,e ar d ftix jfallon,,s of r heinl^ala lifted. Pebruaiy--Three flrw fhreo o.liini- noy fitxid, three false ak mis, one out of town call, ?600 losa on property Insured fit $1,0X; 1,000 feet of hosts and 40 jjallona of cbemi- als u.sed. March--So von flren, wo chlnvoay flT«, two false alarms ono out of town call, J!»50 lo*3 on proporty Insured at $7,500; 350 fee ot hose laid and 80 gallons of .chem cals uee(L April--Eleven fires, 1 iroe automobile flrH, two ou of tow i calla, ?4,SW) los.^ on property inmir! i tit $48,000; 1,300 feet of hosi laid u id 40 gallons of chemicals used. May--Four chimney i r e s and two false abwms Jume---Five flivM, one chltmw fira, two o-ut of town calls, '· 1,175 loss on proporty insured at $52000; 700 feet of hose and -10 Callous of chemicals used. July--Sit flroi, one chimney firo and two automobile flrc.; ?6,fX70 loas on proporty Insured at $30,000; 1,000 feet of hose laid. August--One fiUse ala-m. September--Four fires two cblmney fires, two automobile lies, one false alarm; $5,700 loss an pr* perty Insured at $9,000; 2,050 feet of 1 ise laid. October--Threo tire 1 ?, one automobile flre, t ' n c p false alai ms and three out ot t o w n call.t; $10n on property incurpd to tho est nt of $8,000; 750 feet of iio.-sc find 4 ' gallonn ot rhemlcals used, November- Tlnre flrps two rhlmney firea, OTWJ false al;urm; ?150 lo^a on propertv in'-sure'ti at ?5,0 l, -to gallons of cTiGmlcale used. December--Three* f\rc , ninr, chin)- Tije} r fires, ono outomobi 1 fire; $100 loss. Tiiero was n total o fiO flrea, ?!1 chimney flro«, 11 niitoroibile flres. 10 false alarm, 1 ? and npne out of town calls. The entire loss amounted to $20,145 on 'property ins tr-ed at $173,500. THREE CALIFORNIA MURDERERS PM WITH LIVES ON THE GALLOWS SAN FRANCIBOO, Ji n. 3.--Today was a busy ono !an- Oal | ! J ornla's maai, it bolng t)M} occ-a iO'ti f-or oxecutloiiH. T\\o hangings wero schmdu'l-ed at Folsoni Pi ifton^ Callforo i«i',s penal in- htituition tor "'liNso-tlino' loeiH, wlril- a third wns nt San Que-I'lin. The rondcnuved: Authoii] Jiron n, DO; toy V,. Sluices, Brown, a yn;n Ft-diu 1 ). of tlio bloody giving Day i l o t ,it I'^olfK men wore klllwl ,;vas t The y o u t h f u l convict, i (.lie last, wan oxocuted A. M , I'ticllk- ·jtiuiiriurii temporary gallows Fo i ugular gallows. Sitokd.-! I'ollows d l!u\\ ot tlK teuipoiary ^lUlo' of 25, a Los Aiifi-oln, Foisoni us .1 "Uvo-lim 2'A. lie wis coil", It ted \\ louir otliera of m u r d e r w i t h the ThankBgivi Stokes slopiipd im 'lljo f A. M. iiuil was pronoun m l n u t o s iJlpr. AH tiniu loco df for lions w-oi e shalleied Ii ot Brown aivd HioKevS. 0 elapsed Irom t h u t i n i o 1 through (hi 1 i r t i n n t deid. no bandtt a n d I9ii7 Thaivks- iij in which IU i* flrfe'l .to clio nrepentcuit to hortiy after 0 'time, f loin a soni has no i u p the. stops s This youth a u d i t , wa 1 -. In " los-or wlioit iLli Bi owiii a n d in con ii'jct ion ig Day viol. allows at 0 - 2 7 eil daad "'olsom oxci lithe hang i jiim i t y H2 iniuutc.s ,rowu d'lopprd W i l l i a m 1'. Hecli HI l J llII,ADlir J PItJA 1 Js i. A.--"Will 1,1 m It). M e e h u n , 76, i n t e r n a t i o n a l l y k n o w n authority on aquatic lit ·, is dead horn today. 116 wi« state o mnilctioner oi fishp] fee under iliroe gc vernorij. Uao aux classified ad ertlsemoatft. So'ir Ktoniac'li, Indigestion, Ran. cMtr ari^ signs w h i c h u s u a l l y mean J u a t (.no l l i l n g ; ex ebs acid. Tho sloni- li nerves liavp boon ovor-ailmulalod. Too much acid is m a k i n g rood sour in the stomach and intestines. The way to correct excess acid la with an alkali. Tho best form of alkali for thin purpose iH Phillipn Milk oC Magnesia. Juat take a spoonful of this harmless, almost tastelcsM preparation in a glass oC wafer. I t works instantly. Tho stomach becomes hweoi. You are ha,ppy again in llvo minutes! your heartburn, gas, Headache, biliousness or ladigeation has vanished! Know Phillips M i l k of Magnesia and you'rtt through w i t h crude- methods fonwur. It is I h o pleasant way--tho ofllriont way to ulkallnize t h f t HyHtem; to relipve Ilio e f f o r t s of ovor-acldlty. Phillips M i l k nf Magnosia has been standard w i l h doctors for over 50 years. 25c and .10c bottles at all d r u g .siores. Bo s u r e you ge,' (he gonuinc. "Milk of Mapiirsia" has been the U, S. H f R N l n r o d trail o m,irk of tliR Cfms. H. riillhps OhPinicdl Co. and i t s predecoisor, I'liaf-. 11. P h l l l i p B , since 1876.--Advertisement. Second Sun Horn (o Haddocks. A boy, weighing 11 1-3 pounds, was born to Mr and Mis. Harold C. Haddock, HIM West Crawford avenue, at 9:05 o'clock las! evening at t h a (.'on- uellsvillo Statii Ilospllnl. Both mother and son arc gpttm.B a l o n g v-jr nicely. "Uekc" r i a d d o o b is nuinagpr o£ M re- stone Hf rvlf-o Stores, I n r , and is mooting nl! his f r l r n d s today with a gift ot fancy cigars. Tho my makes two sons in tho family. There Is one daughter. Is n prescription ior Colds, Grippe, Flu, Dengue, nillnus Fiovor and Malaria. It is Uio most speeilj- remedy known. rom Whichever Side You Look at It I THE Kerosene Mantle Lamp I* tha Bumas 94% l Air Aladdin gives tight i ten ordttmry lacn{«-- ln»t,ntly and burua without otlor, ixtusiz. smoke. ciacwer or trouble. at»- lutcly sale. Th« Greatest improvement Ever Made in a Mantle Lamp N ow for the first time in homes where kerosene oil is used for Lighting, one may enjoy all the comforts and blessings of a perfectly lighted home. The new Instant-light Aiaddin gn is a light just like sunlight and even better in quality than electricity. Jt will flood a big room w i t h the toftMU mdlowrat. bnghtrat light--» delight iolheeyeoof l he jRcci-- an assurance iigairwt. ruiiuittoo cf the eyes of tbn VOQUK. No Longer riecd a keroseiw Uchttx! home tx- gloomy and cheerless after niRhtfall. Henutiful lumd rlccor- a^ -ami parrhmeut ahudca too. For Sale by Hardware Co. 11(1 West Crawford Aie. Jtssss-ssujr We hereby rcsoKe to f-onlinuc r«'n«Jeriiig SAI ( 'li, COM F O R T A B L E , EFFICIENT and ECONOMICAL SERVICE during 1930. Urn form atiofi \ 4 Wood St. Piltshurg M O T O R COA C H J. IJ^I E S At i:he F. R. Metrest Company Drive In'Safety--- Don't Take Chances on Slippery Roads with Old Worn-Out Tires! PUT ON A NEW SET OF M1ICHELINS World's Only Tire Guaranteed for 2 Years Nobody, In (his day and ago, can Itno iv nil about everything 1 . It Is our business fo know tiros --and we do. We know that t h p y nre tho beit-bnilt tiros In Hie world. IVc know flint countless thousands of car owners, In r t e r y pnrf of the globe, haio fr»" ( ' 11 ifrom f,00() o 6.000 more miles from MJcJiellns- 10,000 o 12,000 more jniies ·than from "ehe:ip" Hrps. We know you n l l l gel tho sanio resnlts. Yet vre enn sell you ponulno first grade tflrhellns at very low prices-no morf In fact, than you wonld lny for less satisfactory tires. -IVhy take chances on 11 Inter's In road*, w i t h smooth, worn-out (ires when j o u can buy Miclic- Jins having- (hose sharp, road- h f f i n g f nad: at our new low prices! Itcnienilirr. i\e w i l l nl- Iot\ jon liberally for j o u r old tires rrgiirdlebN of Ilielr condition. LIBERAL CREDIT GLADLY A l t K A N U E D Here Are Michelin's New Prices: 2Dx4.40 $ 7.15 (Less 10% cash discount..... .... 2ii)x4.50 8.85 (Loss J0% cash discount C.J4.) 7.97) 810x4.50 0.20 (Less 10% cash discount 8.38) 6.90 (Less 10% cash discount 6.21) 28x4.75., 10.40 (Less 10% cash discount 29x4.75 IO.SO (Less 10% cash discount.. ·.. 9.72) 20x5.00 . 11.15 (Less 10% cnsli discount... 10,04) ,'JOxS.OO 11.35 (Less 10% cash d i s c o u n t 10.22) 31x5.00 12.20 (Less 10% cu.sli discount.. 10.98) 2Jlx5.25 12.85 (Less 10% cash discount 11.57) . .1 31x5.25.... 28x5.50.. 2»x5.50 13.65 (Less 10% cash discount . .. 13.75 (Less 10^% cnsli (llscomit 14.30 (Less 10% rash (Usrminf 12.29) 1°.3S^ 12.S7} 80x5.50 U.GO (Less 10% cash discount I S . I f ) «lx6.00.. 15.00 (Loss 10% cnsh d i s c o u n t . .. JI.04) 82x6.00 15.95 (Less 10% cash discount I4.3) 33x6.00 10.45 (Less 30% cash discount 11.81) 31x1 12.30 (Less 10% cash discount 11.0?) 3'Jx-t 18.10 (Less 10% cash discount 11.79) 88x4% 18.35 (Less 10% cash discount 16.52) 84x4% 18.5)0 (Less 10% cnsli discount 17.01) All Other Sizes Triced Just As Low! Plus Extra Allowance On Your OLD TIRES Regardless of Condition. BUY WESTINGHOUSE BATTERIES Triers As !.«» As Dmi'l handicap n good car "!Mi u Ijattcrj that's "«eak in the joints." WpsHiifrhoiisc heaiy duly, continuous* senlcn bat«r- It's are roiij }o )e Itistjill- «'d In j o u r car hero. Von M i l l lie pleasantly surprised at j o u r oar's hotter perforiiuinrc--Horo pep, more novtor, easier sfiirtiiiK 1 . I'rlced right, too. (Knsj- p n j m u i i t s If desired.) WAYNE Certified MOTOR OIL Hrcalis tlui Harrier of Viost l*o«er! 53 C U At Hatr of !*{· At U n t o of I'-V U Itute of loc Qt. .Unking ,»our \\ i j In HiN world' N nialUng the most of j o n r dollars. \ o u r oil-ilolliu-- i v i l l last Umircr HMOII j o n use WHJ no t'ertltied Motor Oil. This 100'", pure l u b r i c a n t is (ho tinest oil (lint tiioncj run buy. I'l-oduccd b j CHIC nf the tiH'Kcst rt'Hiu'rh-s In t h e Mortd, and timirneld h j us |n MI.OIHI H U l U m lo|s, uiul suld b j ns ui it uctin) a trillion profit! Uon'l )ni,\ liltrh priced a d v e r t i s i n g . H u j l l i i ) i i i rertilk'd Motor Oil. ;{»i ^V. Cra« ford \\e--Foot of IJritl^e. Open 1 ' h o n i i f r s . Tiros llounted Free

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