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FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1930. THE DAILY COURIER, CONN ULLSVILLE, PA. PAGE MOUNT PLEASANT WATER CONSUMERS MUST HAVE METERS Fiut Bute Will Not Be Allowed After April 1, Thej- Are Notified. BOY SCOUTS TO CELEBRATE Special to The Courier. MOUNT BL.BASANT, Jan, 8.--The Ci-tlzoviu Water Company, which took ovtr th.o Bdpuut Pleueunt "Water Company, yesterday notified all ite customers using water on a flat rate basis that itfter April 1 the flat rate would l)e discontinued; that at that time if preparations have not been made for meteris they -would bei installed and' tho coneuimir Wiled tor the cost. Tho notice also elates that should the meter be Ins-tailed before the end of the quarter that all money due on tho ftat rate plan -Will be refunded. Boy Hcout Anniversary. Anniversary wesk ot the Boy Scouts ot Mount Ploneant will bo observed the -vvee-k of February 7 to 33. Lust y-oar Mount Pleasant most fittingly observed thin weak. Juet what will be dono this- year has not been decided, but. that thre will be something til-ore Is. 1 no doubt. Mount Pleacant is one of the districts in Westmoreland courtly that h-oe a functioning local committee. Hld-Year Testa. . Mid-year examinations wil'. begin in tho public schools on January 17. Rev. Stoneslfer Speaks. Rev. Paul T. Stoneeifer, pastor of tho Reformed Church, watTth'a apeekor lit Rotary Club yesterday at the noon hour. Schools Resume. The public schools.opened yesterday after th holidays. The next vacation period wilt be- at Easter. Teaches? Resumes Work. Miss Blanche Galley, a teacher in the high school, who had been out since early In November, having undergone nn operation at Baltimore, veoumed teaching yesterday. Stops Before Car. A8 Mre. Clara Immel of SmlthfleM street was crossing Main street yesterday ehe stepped out from behind an automobile liroctly In the path of a car driven by Michael Oerrell. She wae thrown to the eidowalk and suffered a fracture of the v/riet and contusion*. She was taken to the hospital, where dressings were inÂ«do. Other Rows. Miss Gertrude I'lanett, Btudont at Columbia Hospital, Wilklnsbiirg, hnÂ« returned a f t e r spending the holidays with her parents. Tho lights for the holiday season wore taken down yesterday urul etorod for another ;year, The week of prayer will be observed in Mount Pleasant during tho period beginning January 5. Patronize those who advertise. Â·Kentucky. Mob Kill Prisoner WEST VIRGINIA WILL FACE PENN STATE BOXERS JAN. 25 The ramshackle Breathitt County Jail, at Jackson, :Ky,, from which Chester Fugate was taken Â· on Christmas morning by a mob of masked men , who took him to the city's outskirts, where they '. shot. him. beat htm and then threw his apparently .lifeless' body (nto a ditch. A passing farmer heard ma srofms and had him taken to, a hospital wherei before W.i death. Fugate ' told the com- monwealth's attorney thÂ« names of ids o f . t h e masked men whom ha believed . he recognis d. At the conclusion of his statement Fugnte arid, i "My arm Is broken,, ao I can't raise it to swe;.r; I'll just hold up a finger." Five of the six n en named in the affidavit have surrendered. (In et) ChesUr Fugate. BURGLAR HAKES $35 MERCHANDISE HAUL ATPENNSVILLE Jan. 3-- On Monday evening thieve* broke Into tho White! or garage and stolo tobacco, cigars, canciy and chewing gum to the amount of $3B. Mru. Oliver Aiken and son, Oliver, Jr., of Greenaburg: spent several daye here this week visiting at tho home of. her mother, Mr*. 0. B\ Redding Mre. Loutee Shall enborge-r a n d daughter, Jean, and Jesso Herbert of Vanderbilt visiteM at tho home of Mr, and Mre. J. M. UalfhJH Monday even- Ing. ' Quito a number of Penneville folks havo been suffering from mild attacks of flu during the- post two weeks. Mrs. May Harris and daughter, Mies Olivo, were Uniontown visitors Thuiis- Jay. Miee Suo Means was a business caller In ScoUdaie Thursday monmlg. Vista, to say nothing of building a court house. Thus Bueua Vista Is still tho actual county Boat, although Salida has been declared the official site. Legality of acts transacted in the forjuer county seat having been questioned, the com mlatikmere have decided to moot iu both places. Meanwhile varioujs plans ar being submitted to tho conimissionore for housing of the county seat. All plane, however, require money to carry out, and there Is no money. It appears that no ono thought of that at tho timo of'the election. Meyersdale MBYiERSDALtB,, J a n . :.!,-- Dr. and Mns. C. C. Glass and children apent iVenv Year's Ihiy at tho homo ot the former'* parents near Somovfiold. Mr. and Mra. Ooflrlc Milter returned STATE COLLESOE, ,Pa., Jan. 3.-- WeÂ«t Virginia, which entered .,college boxing for the llrst time last season, will appear cm the Perm State ring schedule again this winter. The Mountaineer.:) have agreed on a meet for January 25, the opening contest for the Lion mitmen, u date left open when anoth-or opponent found it ne-nessary to cancel its engagement. Â·Â· Although they were entering college competition for the first -time last year, the Mountaineers niado things exceedingly Interesting for the cham- pionehlp Lion team for a time, the Issue being Kottled only after the meet had gone to the sixth bout. Lack of Money to Move Causes County Seat Tangle in Colo. By Unlteri Press. BUENA VISTA, Colo., Jan. 3--When is a county seai not a county seat? The answer to }iuena Vifita'e r f d d l o : When there Isn't enougTi money to move it. Salida, a neighbor town in the same county, thought it had a bolter flite for the county seat nnd set out to have it removed from Buena Vista. An election favoring th-o proposal, was held. Salida won, and tho court upheld the decision of the electorate. Salldn'fl troubles were just beginning. Residents of tho town then sought money from the etata tax commission to build a permanent court house in tho new county soat. The county would not stand an increase in tho tax levey. Tho appropriation was denied; the county has nn money' to oven move the records from Buena from a week's visit with relative's In Au-burn, N. Y. . Mr. and MM, Henry Grows of Somerset spent Wednesday here with Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Gross. Prof, ami Mtfs. A. P. K-opfliant . and two children of Greensboro, N. C. al'- rlr-eft hero by automobile Wednesday for a few days visit at the home of the hitter's paroata, Mr. and Mrs. \V. H Dill, Mr. an-d Mrs. J. H.' Bowman Â»pont Now Year's Day with relatives aiud friends in Johnstown. Mr. a.nd Mrs. John Weiiner -spent Thursday visiting in Ouin,borlan:cl. Michael Kerrigan of CoimellavlUe waf calling on relative and friends her-Â» on Wednesday. H. V. Bi'olg and' slfiter. Miss Mary Dr^igr, wore visitors bo Somea'aet on Thursday. Mrs. Amthony King of OonnollsviUe Â·speivt several days with friend's here. Mrs. J. M. W'lland .loft Thursday for a week's visit, wll:lv her soa-in-Iaw and Â·daughter, Mix and Mrs. William Smith hi Washington, D. C. Miss Annio Kerrigan of ConneHs- vlll' Bpont a f-w days here at the Â·homo of hor brother, Edward Korrl- gan. Mies Butty Sanddiedm of Baltimore, Md., ia visiting with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Payno. Dicker^on Ri in DICKBRSON, Jan. 8.--/ fter being closed down lor live daya t te P. L. E. car shops at Dickered.Â· Run re- tiiiined operations on ThurF lay morning. Mrs. Oscar Deitholm of BaHimore, Md., spent tho Christmas holidays hero viBiUiig her mother, R rs. Maude Gillcspin, Mr. and Mra. Carmine C ipula. nnd family motored tn Jeannoti j Wednesday and sp(Mit the day tliere the guests of friends.! Eruest Wingrove wa. n business caller at ConimlUyllle laat frvening. Mr. and Mrs. Qcorge Lev rgood ant family, attended tl\e titato .Mieatro u Uniontowu Wednesday eve) ing. George Waldson of Heii ver Falb was a bufiltics!) caller her Â·, Wednesday aflernonn. The pupllH of t!io Bast L^jert.y pub- llo schools will resume th -ir Monday, January 6. Mrs. Georscs LnckÂ«y IB vi; Iting relatives and f r i e n d s in Virgin a. Mr. and Mrs, Frank Str! 'Icier have returned to lhÂ«ir homo at Pitts'btirg after gpendliiK the Chrlstnn 3 holidayr hero visiting (ho former j motliei: Mrs. Marv Ktricklcr. Kvery bedroom suite must go! We must' in alee' room on our lloors and we have slashed prices on Â·every suite on our floor/ You will ".find botli tUrc(Â£ and four piece groupings.." including dressers, beds, chests of drawers and vani- UGH -- some, with chifforobes -featured 14 to U off. 3-Pc. Bedroom Group, reg. $125--Now $69.50 4-Pc. Bedroom Group in Brown Mahogany, rpgu- lar l $495~Now ....$250 4-Pc. Decorated Suites-- reg. $535--Now $3i5 Â·4-Pc. Brown Mahogany Suite, regular $480, Now $275 6-Pc. Modernistic design; in walnut, regular $4SO-- Now $295 A nil scores i( Â« f l u r 1o n values too AIS Single Prices i 4 f% i l l ] j Â· W l Patronize those who ndvi rtise. COHLandCDKE Connellsville c'okini; coal, botli run of mlri'- and lump. Gas Coal, Lump and Nut tflze. Coke, Kut and Larg i Sizes Consolidated Coal Supply (Jo. Yards on B. JSf O. and P. Jl. M. Pliones 1700 and 15. Â«Â«^Â«Â«Â«~wÂ«Â«Â«Â«wwwwwww^^ Quilt and Comfort Making Specially Priced for ' Fast Color Prints 45c Values Our Standing Guarantee--Satisfaction or Your Money Back. I 1 Hope Muslin Bleached Hope muslin tree from dressing. Regular 20c value, 'riperlal 6 Yards $1 Comfort Cotton A good quality comfort col- tou. opens out 72x90, Regular $1.00 value, Spoclul 68c Quilt Cotton t'uro China u u l l c cottou, 0110 of tho best you cau luiy. Opens out 71'xiiU, Koguiar 660 valuo, Special 48c a Batt Bleacher! md u n b l e a c h e d sheetlnc. SI i u d 00 Inch, in a good heavy qnp.llty. I t e i r i i l a r (iilc vnluc. Spocint 48c Yard Comfort Challies Fast oolur full "0 Inch wini- fort ChalHos. 'This Is tha Mel- bounio fjunlit;.', ono of tho host you can buy, KtiijuUr Si; v a l - jio. Special 6 Yards $1 Comfort Outing nnri dnrfc comfort out- Ini-, f u l l ,10 inches wide, in a Rood henvy q u a l i t y . .Regular 25c valtip. Special 18c Yard 36x72 In. Wadding of t h l a wtrlo, 38x72 w a d d i n g niakoH u unlH, SnoeliU 39c a Sheet - Unbleached Muslin I''ul! 315 Inuli iinbla;u;bed m t i K l i n . . Special 8c a Yard Dress Ginglianr T VJi- Â« M Â«J U / |f J JWftfl^WMVWWtfMMWWWW^ P l a i n - colors, sirlpos -and ebcc'kK in fast color dress :lnR- hnni. Special ^Oc a Yard Peter Fan Gin'gh Full 50 inch Pater .Pan ..infe- ham, Â· guaranteed sunfaHt and tubfnst. .Regalnr 50c va uo-- Â°' U l ' 1 2 Yards $1 - 27 Inch Dark Outing Dark comfort, oultng, 1 PRU- l;ir .lye value. Special 7 Yards $1 1 We have grouped a magnficeht array of single pieces at this big- saving. Most of the pieces are walnut veneer. Oak Witrdrobc -- Regular $28.50 --- 'Sow ......... . ................. . .................... $18.00 Walnut CMfforobe, regular $85-Now ....................... Bachelor Wardrobe, regular $110-- Now ............... $69.50 HornÂ® iUrnishers WVWWMliWWWiS^^ She Kills HusKand in Christmas Chrlstmaa night quarrel, Â· a r g a r e t SchHcht (above)! Madison, Wisconsin, shot anf loa her husbnnd, Robaj* ; SchHcht. She ia being held by ; authorities Bank Bandit Held A mearis..visiting shops for the purpose of purchasing 6r inspecting wares. In order to profit most by your shopping tours, it is necessary to Kave plenty of time to look around. When you come to town by electric cars, you eliminate the worry of one-hour parking, traffic congestion and a tag. You have plettry pf time to look around. Railways Fearing mob violence, jail officials have rushed Elmer Grayson, In- (iianapolfs, Ind., bank robber, above, to Nauhville, Tcnn, following his capture at Bowling Green, Ky. Grayson, accordin};: to police, confessed ho was one of the three men who held up a bank at Oak- hind, Ky. He denies shooting Kobcrt Kirby, Smiths Grove bank president, who was killed when he tried to waylay the bandit trio. We Examine Your Eyes and Fit the Frames 10!) Sprtli Fittsbtir^ Moitdiij, AiVÂ«!dnt'sÂ«lÂ«j- nnd SatiinJuy Nighi.s, 7 (, () 8:30.