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January 22, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 7

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1980. ·FETE! DA1I/V COtJlXtuJR, CONNTL T r;r J SV.IL.I J TiJ, FA. PAGE SEVEN. COUNTY LEGION COUNCIL TONIGHT AT ML PLEASANT Bopresentatlvos of 18 Posts of Westmoreland County Are BOYS BUILD FIRE IN STABLE Special to The Courier. MO'UNT PO3ASANT, Jan. 22.-Mount Pleasant will bo hoHt thin evo- ning 1o tho County Council of Legion poets. The county council was organized iu C.reensburg In November. C!uy Griffith, of New Kensington wa« named district president, Tho district embraces all of Westmoreland county, 18 poate, and tliroo roprfisentatlves from ,aoh post, with t'he :ounty ofH- cfirs, form tho council, making 60 in all. The towns embraced In tho council arc Monoseon, Vaudergrit'U Bolivar, Scottdnle, Delmotit, ClarUige, Llgonler, New Florence, Trnfforcl, Jcmnnette, New Kensijigton, West Newton, Latrobe, New Alexandria, Belle Vernon Grcencburg -and Mount Pleasant. Locat arrangements aro helng made by Commander Ray Golnthorpe oC Captain James Z u n d e l l Poat. Dinner will DO served at the United Brethren Church ly the Ladles' Aid Society at 7 o'clock. Th« business meeting will follow. The council has been formed with the* purpose ot building up the Legion, erchnnging post ideas and to considering bnsUie-se that la valuable to tho posts. Build Fire in Stable. Monday evening Chief of Police Joaeph Whtto was culled to "West Washington street, where some boyo had a fh'e built In a stable at the rear of a vacant lot, Just across tho alley from t h e Abromson garage. "VVheu Chief White arrived the boys ran, leaving 1 paper b u r n i n g In a lard can. The chief took the can and c o n t e n t s out i n tho alloy and filled the can w i t h s n o w . A lantern left lighted In tho stable was taken to tho borough b u i l d i n g . The chief la Hounding a w a r n i n g to all boyti building fires In dangerous plnces and loafing around ehuutlc3 anil stablos ·with flr«- that arrests will follow. Firemen Buy lladlo. The volunteer flre department, at Its monthly meeting Inst evening, decided to purchase a radio. A report win; Klven following the Inspection ot r u b - ber goodu by the captains of the various companies at the homo house on Monday ovening. Fortnlg-Mlj- Club. The Fortnightly Musk: Club, with Mrs. Harry Fidler in charge, held n very interesting meeting at the M o u n t Pleasant Institute last evening. Hospital Staff Meets. The staff at the Memorial Hospital hold a meeting at tho lumpiUil yesterday at aoan. Present were Dr. \V. A. Ma rob, Dr. Mary Marsh, Dr. J o h n L. l l u r h l i o l d e r . Dr. M. W. Homer, Dr. W i l l i a m Kobinson, Dr. V. p. 1'lnula, "Mr. Charloe A. Poo'le, Dr. George T. IMc.N'ish, Dr. James A. Cowan, Dr. It. T. Giirard. Dr. 1). A. "Walls er. Dr. J. W. Shelar and Dr. Spurjieon UeVaux. Dr. V. P. Pl.sula read a paper on "Panc.ro- allc Cysts." Th-o paper wns c!!sciusS'ed ly Drs. Marsh and UurUholder, Xcnuitolln Viirty. The. N'cmucolin C l u b will hold another of lt'3 popular bridge [lartie-.i on Friday evening. | Tho breath-taking achievement of Victor-Radio tone ffttaUf.f---unapproached by emy radio at anypricv--can be yours at a price scarcely greater than you would pay for the most mediocre set. All arty radio can give you--plus . . . . Vtetor craftsmanship throughout--Victor dependability-- and the amazing Victor TONE. Built in a factory and eofd in a stems where experience and reputation for quality and fair dealing ore guarded and treasured above all else. We offer you the moat economical and convenient time payment plan in fount, 'Sale Starts Tomorrow Ladies' Raynshus V'foof*Ji4te Co-n*ota J2-J3, Tho radio r»wiv«r that kw lha 0 world** i nxl wmiiufr- fwj in «¥· rr 0*lft. Uit prileo Vtofor Raitio-Etvetr«Ia. R- fS. 41 radio tbftt to reitJ Jy n muiticstl J n*trw«K;ft4 I'Mirwlu*! Ion .., ai i£mlio-£!Jo«npo)u ifcSS^n* fita* lUllan otib r-uUttott $ 1 . 9 5 01" Hrat. ijuality rubber in Htiap or '/.ipptn styles. Sines 3 to S. l^ormerly pri( oti at $3.00 and $:i.50. Children's Oxfords, Straps We are not going to quit business . . . neither are we going to move or leave town . . . but we are having our regular serni-annual sale. These sales are always held in January and August. Our shoes are not bought for sale purposes. AH are high grade shoes taken from regular stock, that will fit comfortably and wear and wear and wear. Three Underpriceei 6r@yps You will not find every size in every stylo in these three groups of shoes. Hut you will find sizes :·${/. to S. Wiilths AA to D. Ladles' Walk-Overs -in patent, d u l l and colored leathers with Cuban and French Heels. $9.00 to $10.00. Sale price . |= Complete , £UmlshQr$ w T" · n ° f ¥ ¥ / ' o f y Union Revival will Held at Mill Run With Foruiorlv pric« d ut .$2.00. 6 to cS. Children's Oxfords and Straps Formerly .price 1 at $3,00. Sizes 8 /, tO 11. .: Misses' and Children's Oxfords and S :raps Formerly p r i c e ! at $4.00 and $4.frL Hix.es .1J ·'. to 2. s' Queen Quality Pumps, Straps and Ties in patent, dull and colored leatlum, Cuban and French heels. $7.00 to $8.50. Sale price 200 pairs of ladles' dull and colored leathers in a variety of toes and heels. Regularly priced from $5.00 to $7.50. Bale price- Boys' Shoes and Oxfords £3 Smith ton S M I T H T O X , Ji\u. 22--Mr. ami Mrs. K U w a r d S n y d e r ;uut sou oi" Helle Vo-v- non w e r e guests at tho homo of Mrs, Hnyder'« parente, Mr. ami Mrs, Hlcli- aixl RhoiKlea, Sunday. -Mr. ami Mrs. Hobcrt i-Iainnieru an! daughter, luti R u t h of Star J u n c t i o n wtM'a gu«6t3 at tlio liomo of relatives here Sunday. Harry Front, Jr., was an I r v v i n caller Mondny evening. Frank D a l e of Monossen wa« a finest at the honn; o£ f r l e n d a ut this place Suniiay evening. Mr. and Mrfj. Marine PiUavhio and SOUH, J o h n uru! Donald Loo, v«oro I'ittebuf^: visitors Sunday. "Walter Crilley of Bellu Vorivon WHS a Riiost at tho homo of r e l a t i v e s it this place S a t u r d a y evoniiiR. Mr. and MR;. H u g h J o n e s oi" Hwiss- ·vale woro gupsta at tin; lioruo of Mr. .loncis' parents, Mr. ami Mrs. A V I l l k i m Joiie.-;, S a t u r d a y . Mrs. Geon-re Crotitio wild a I'Htsburg visitor -Monday, Miss Leon a H c p l a r o! I r w i n , spent the week-end ut tho home of her p a r - ents, Mr. tiiul Miis. B l u l r 1-loplar, Mr. and Mrs. H u r r y Tinner w e r e PHlsburg visitors Saturday. Rev. Dr. C. .'. Fax, rioted e v a n g e l i s t , w i l l b e g i n r e v i v a l K o r v i c c s a t t h o United U r t H l i r - n C h u r c h a t M i l l Kim SniH'ay n i g h l , , ) a i u i - r y "", ami con- t i n u e for tliret wcetttf. Dr. Fox coiiios from \Varroii. Ohio. lie has been i-ngiiKeU In e v a n g e l i s t i c work exeluslvi ly In t h o c r o a t e r n u m - ber ot c h u r c h of the t'nlted B r e t h r e n ! d e n o m i n a t i o n ; n d hem conducted c a m - j naigiia for otli-r t i p i i o i n i n a t i o n i i . i Sormous by Dr. Fox aro iloscrlbol u= of "great p o w e r , c o n v i n c i n g and BO s i m p l i f i e d t h a t a c h i l d can ·under- Bland." Some of h i s eubjocte are "Baptism of Fire." "The Devil," rlstiaiiK." "BlacN Pla- L ' n p a r c l o n a l j l e Sin." md vice e x t e t ' i n our fo\vn and siUTO'inding c o m m u n i t y and shrjiiUI 7)0 s f r i n n i e d out," Sidil K-uv. C. K. Willo, paistor of tho c h u r c h at M i l l Hun, in w r H i n . ; of tho evangelist's coming. "If en nil ono soe^ things ae they are they w i l l be vitally interested in promoting t h i n campaign. AH arc invitoil to attend Uioso (services." Tho congregation o£ tlio I n d i a n " G r o u n d h o g C! guo" and '"I'ho "Crlmo, sin - Two Ore tips of Men's Shoes asid Oxfords 13 Fayette UK, C. ,T. FOX Cn'ck lluptlst Chiirch near Mill Hun w i l l join tho Unilod Bn;t]iren in tho campaign. , Get poisons out oT the system \viJh Fcen-n-mint, the Chewing Gum Laxative. Smaller doses effective when tiiken in this form. A modern, scientific, family laxative. Safe and mild. CONSTIPATION Fayotto o o u n l y has 13 eligible ( S o l d Star nrolhors nivl widows who a-ro e x p e c t e d to wake tho proponed trip to Kuropo- this s u n . m e r to vlsiit tlio grrnv.^ of W o r l d W a r " sold 1-ors Ivuriml in France aet'Oi'iinj;' to a H a t made j n b i i c rocoully. J n \Vefl(mor^h.i : ul c i m n t y thoro a r o If), . w h i l e S o m c r s i - t county has 11 per- so-ns -eligible. Tlioo-o who are e l i g i b l e a-ro as I'ollows: Fayclto c o u n t ; -- Mrs. Sara K. A d a m a , Mrs. A l i . ' O Frtta and jMrw. AiKUitasia W o l f , ;:I1 of C o r i u o H s v l l l o ; Jl:.. Tereja F u r o ^ , . F a i r b i u i k ; M.rn. Tilary IlHitirhl-nson N o w . S a l e m ; Mr.s. Ague* Kelp, T r u m o i i t ; Mrs. Miiiu La- Vaui'e, W a l U ' r s h i !··,; M r s . "Muvgaret .Murray, (.irnidsl"ii'. i p . Mrs. H'ji'Miti i'otc'luMiv, McX'lel! i u d t i n \ n ; .Mr;:, l i l a W. Wi.I.:on, l A - i m - i i r i n p ; -Mr:~. \ V l n s l o r , h-otb ot ! n i o n t o w n ; and M a r y W r i g h t , K o p ' i b l u - . Tt count. 1 !\ir^. and M:.--. M u r g a r i t U v r l i t i : A i r s . Ab i;cl"iii.f;«.'n and M r s . K a f f n e l t i S ' m o n i , ^ h i i i l i f - r : M r s . A n n a - SHaulis' and Mrs. !i m i u i l ) / . U i i n s H S ' i i i u n . S d i n i ' r - ; ' ( ;. M r ; ~ . M a r y I l e t ' o t n ' i a . M a r k i v f ' . n i : M r . K a l i u . ' i i.'io M i i l c i , \\i~-". 1 : .Mrs. Cluir't'v .SnunKi,-!'. h'Ti^'iUii);: :md M r ; , i-'n-d \"up :ie;u'. .l!.V!iii'r:--|oW]i. I n \ V ( ! . - U n ) n r f i . ( ! i , : f . - D i i i i i y i h e r r N ' l y i i ' r ' M i i l · » · - ; · : M r s . - l i' i · ' . ; - : t · T! im- · : . ' ; , i ' ; n .1!: \ t ' u 11 ^ i ! ! i ' f l ' - . I v i H M ' i ' t l L 1 ; Mrs. Sophia Check, M o u n t T'leusinil; Mi-!. A n n a Earl, Trattord C i t y ; Mrs. Lizzlo E'ckenrwlk T^tgoutior; Mrs. Dortha O a M p c r , StahJo'town; MrA. A n n a Il-uiko, .\«sv Kensington; Mr.s. Au-ua Henderson. New Dorry; Mrs, Klta Ho- 'Ditrn, Xew S t u n t - o n ; JMr's. .le-nnlo _ K e l l y , V a n d c r g P l R ; Mrs: ISya Lichty, I HcottdaiJe; Mra. C/itrollno Mininlch, j L u x o r ; IMrsi. Mary F. South, Y o u n g wood and Mra. A n d y Wnvgo, M o n e B - r a niiieic a n d t a i i f t i n kid a n d r a i t fgn loatiKTB. Bomo Hh cs aro leather [·gn lined. The c a l f s k i i 1s g e n u i n e firi' calt, noi. split leal .ors. A variety j-jri ot smart. lioxt:U to s. KIXOH li U M 11. W i d t h A i i C. Sale pricii LSi @ * rjjj 100 p a l r u of men's lino shoes iinit Kj oxfonls In black ; ucl th'.i n e w ra s h a d u i i !' t u n . Kid and calf leiith- f»in "'''o !u a v a r i e t y of oos. Sixo-s li t.o I K" i r-i H. i-'ormerly p r l c tl f r o m $0,1*0 [=1 to $7.i)0. Sale p r k ; '. Black and tans. Hzes 1 to 0. Formerly priced from $4.00 to $6.00. Little Gents' Shoes Oxfords Ohoir-f 1 of black or tans. Formerly priced from $3.00 to $4.00. Infants' Shoes, Straps and Ties .. One Kpecial lot. Sixes li to 8. While they last, only $1.00. --a a [1 Df 01 0! 0! 0! m Hi m Hi Hi Hi [§: i: ii 5; B' H (s 1 1 1 a_ I ffi (raj IS1 127 North Pittsburg Street Confluence No More C [as ·In .Stomach and Bowels If you wish to bo perm mantly re- Itovcd of B«n In »toinach -i nd bow?l». take Baulmonn'n ' Gng Tnb sta, which nro prcpnrod eapeclally for t omnch |(n» and nil tlic baU tiifucts r«a Itln^ from · i t OXF'l,[jENCK, ,)-!in. 2 2 -- T r i o Harry ! I J e h t y 1'ost of the A n i o r l ( . ¥ a n l^eglon, i t h r o u g h Fred J. Marciuart, pent f i n a n c e ! officer, luici rec»lr«t f r o m New jomey : MO ( i e r i n a n riflcfl w h i c h it is d i s p o s i i i i j , ' j of to members who w i s h to o b t a i n i ! Hi cm for relics. j j " Jacob Shalt 1 /,, of Rock wood wan a j v f e i t u r In town yesterday. T h o borough .auditors, Mitiri .Knth ! ; B u r n w o r t h , Mrs. L a t i r a C l o n s e and : .Mrs. Huby B l a c k , aro i-v«ap,'Ctl in um[- 1 it i n g the- borough a c c o n n t n . : H. P. A u g u s t ine UV.IK ;i b u s i n e s s ' v i s i t o r to K o u k w o o i l and Somerset ; j yc:«tovdr.y. j ! Kl\v r ard M i l l e r , cigar m a n u f a c t u r e r | ! of l.J( r l i n , wiiii u biwlnLtsij v i s i t o r in | · t o w n y e s t e r d a y . i j ,1. (.'. llct-d luii-i r e t n r u o t l to l\ts w o r k ' j ia lOa.-st 1 ' i t t s l n i r g a f t e r a visit, w i t h ! Iii;i f a m i l y here. j : .Mrs Vt!r-v!"i H i l l 1m?'. r e i ^ i r n . - d lo f i e r i ; h o m e u l '.Murtinsibiu'i;. W, Va.. u l ' t e r a j . v i s i t I.LM-t- w i t h her m o l l i e r , .\irii. M u H i o j , b l a c k who lu ijhr.vly I m p r o v i / i g 1 from j \ M i : , S d v l l i i 3 1 . i l l ! ..nivJi | t ; f ; y c . i t t M - - I 1 ( ' a y n ;· a v i h U i n S o i n e r ^ c - t . \ }·', ! ' . I'.ni'.vn \v.'.,; v i ; ' l l i i i i : i i ; - n - i n - i Ui w . ;;d ('..mi;;-.! i V. A i r . ; i t j f | .Mr;!, i p H That empty, Knnv/lng foot n« nt I'.hti pit of the fitomnch will dftin; penrj tbnt nnxlovvs, nftrvoun fcellnE with n.enrt pnl- i t u t l o n will x'uiilah, nnd you v.'ill a y n i n « nblu to tako a deep brca h. w i t h o u t discomfort. "l*hot drowsy, slt-epy fat Irig nftcr dinner w i l l bo ri^p'tnced by a desire for · nlertaininont. Blotttlnit v ilil ceane. Your llmbn. -THUS nnd finjie · w i l l no longer feel cold and "go to deep'' be- cauae Bnnlrn,*nn'a Can Table s prevent guiv from interfering "With tl * circulfl- tfon. Get thci genuine, in th« yi How piiclc- Off«, at any good drug; store. Price $], A l w a y s ou hand a ; CONNlfiI-.LSVll.LBJ DHU J CO. We carry a f u l l supply of .UoofiiiH Paper, If- and a6 inch, Roof Paint All IviiK'ls. Shingles I S Sy Go. riioiM 1 to HIM! t ( d ( TWO STATE POLICE WILL SERVE UNDER DISTRICT ATTORNEY . . UN1ONTOWN. J a n . 22.--Complete cljango In. t h e State; Police detail at Now Salem sub-.stution and (issign- m c n t of two n d d i t i o n a i troopers on special detail to tlio Fa.yeUe c o u n t y i l t a t r j c l attorney's office becsmit. effective yeBterdiiy. Corporal ,lacUs,on li. Dodson, for tho past ihveo y e a r s in charge of t h e N e w Salem bun-neks, Is t r a u s E e r r c i l lo l i c a d c j i i a r l e i ' K of Troi'p A f i t O r c R i i K - b u r s and C o r p o r a l Ocorgc I'ifiTCO, . f o r - m e r l y stationed .-it HrownsvilH:, ia detailed in coininand of the bfHTack.s ;it C!rcciisl)itrg, Members of the n e w detail at. N e w Salem in a d d i t i o n to Corporal Pierce are "Privates Walsh, Taylor, KrlcUson, S-hanmore and Keiglur. Privates Charles Haiina a n d M a n r u r aro given special d e t a i l d u t y to the district attorney's ofiice and w i l l work out of the ofllco of A d r i a n A. Wown- ing, c h i e f Fayette eo'unly d e t e c t i v e . Wllliara T. Walker has been n a m e d by. District A t t o r n e y ,T. "B. Adams us a special investigator wlio w i l l assist Mr. D o w n i n g , The n s a i K r u n c i i i of a .special ( t e t n i l nl 1 tho State Police to cooperate w i t h t h o district u t t o r n e y ' s oliice u n d e r t h o d i r e c t i o n o f t h e d i s t r i c t n l t o r i i p y a n d i n n s H o c i a i i o n w i t h t h e c o i i m y (li-'t'-c- t i v e i s n o IK V W p u l h - y o l t b i ' r o n t h e i m r t of the Si.iu- l'«Hi:i? or i u l'uy ( '' 1 1 ' c.ounty. A I'l-w vearss ;U',o s u c h a:-:-il:.'ti- l u e i i l s w o r e mad;? ly i h i 1 - HluLL 1 - l'-,i!icc s i t c h coiijicrm i i HI d c f l i l i r o n y h ( l i e c ' j t i r l . y n n C. Ad.nn.'. com- c u u i i ' y A U K JVEimSAKY FOK GOOD HEALTH -- BRiDGEWORK AT T?0(!K HOTTOM PRICES Hours Dally, i) to S A p p o i n t - ments Accessary TEETH EXTRACTED W I T H O U T P A I N No CJiijrtro V l i r n O t h e r Work Is Done. EASY PAYMENTS KMp., Plume Uj'23. ( . · o n n c l l s v i l l e , Pa. !i--Kih!a('un lius- of s i m i l a r r a t his " i'e o n l l t h ' d lo (1. A d a m s . n c h i e f c o n n i y c l c l o i ' l i V ' - , one d c j i n t y | Corporal Flen-o is :\S years old ami chief a n d two c m m t y di ledtvi-.«. The | was c o m m a n d e r of a d e t a i l !U U r o w u c - nocd Cor a s s l H t a n t s foi I h o K a y c i f e v i l l n in li27 and J!)2S. He- l i a s bei-u c o u n t y (IchM'tlve I o n s " l a s bivn oh- w i t h ( l i e S i a l e Pqlici; Tor m m : y e a r s , v i o u s d n c ) o t l i f irrcai a n o n i i H of w o r l i : -- i h!-; oilier i:; c-.illi-vl »\\n\\ ! n \ ) i M ' i ' u n n . . , I lll'N I l i v u i i i i y liici'ciisrx. T r n i i ^ l ' i ' i ' V i - i t f r o m N i w S . i l i ' i n i n - u , i , i , ' i ,,., .,,1 . , . . . i . . . P . v l c l b , J a n . \- Tlferc- u r - 7 i s r : L't-t ii-.'r w i l l ( o r n v i r . i ! n-u.-on \ \ I - V L - , , . , . ,, . ,, . , ,j , , , , . ' iMval.s N n ^ h l . , . , , W h . - u . I . l l , . . i . ^ i i . ; l t r 0 1 1 " '' T ::H ' 1 "-«l' ! 1 *"«- " * ' S u v d . r a.nl S.,«m. ; ···!,.. p r i v n . , - , , : »*TM»*" * f -M2 . . v « r the p r e v i o u s yea r. p r . d . a h l y w i l l " be ivnss: rm;l I,.. Mlb- "" ; l f l i : i ! l 1 l l -'" ) r l iH^'lOSc;,. Th,- ,!Ti- r u i i o t i s . It is u n d e n n ^ . d t h : i l Cor- ' c l : i l f i K l l t l u U l ° "i""li.r or i n l i n e in l i n r a l l ) u i l . - - . : i n i v i l l tio l"'i n i a i i c n s l y a s ! ' a i i , .'Kicording t o t h o p o p u l a t i o n , h ^ ' . - i i i - d t.o n-noji l i c . ' i d f i n a - l e r i . \ \ " i t i i - nine 1 ". HHS t h a n N o w V o r k . in t.lir; past, work hf* was i.hc r c c i p i o n t i · ·· o Ea s p e r i a l cUatio ufi^rc Major L/ynu j \j s , ouf classified

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