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.PAGE THE DAILY COURIER, CONJN BLLSVILLB, PA, .IAJVTTATCY ^ V To Read These Ads Which Are Different Every Day Pays In Satin (ftmtrtwr TCle !Ad CDASSJFUBP APVERT1SINQ tNFOHMATION All nils, are r p h l r l c t e d to thoir classification a n d to the rcKMlar style of t y p f t . 't'lio publishers reserve the r i g h t to odit or reject any c l a s s i f i e d n d v p r t l a h i K copy, Errors In a d v e r t i s e m e n t s should be r e p o r t e d i m m e d i a t e l y . Tjie C o u r i e r will not be responsible for more than o n e i n c o r r o c t I n s e r t i o n . f'na-ccod Brl». for responsible parties w l l i · vei-flvod by t e l t - p h o n e , and, If paid w i t h i n six (Jays, cash rates will be a l l o w e d . A d v e r t i s i n g ordered f o r I r r e g u l a r I n s e r t i o n s t a k e s tho ons t i m e rate. No ad. Is taken for loss t h a n a basis of t h r e e lint".. C o u n t tin- a v e r a g e words to the l i n t - . A u a \ erase word c o n t a i n s six lettei'H. Ads. ordo.-ed tor t h r e e or six times a n d stopped b e f o r u e x p i r a t i o n w i l l b o chargi-a for o n l y the n u m b e r of times the ad. a p p e a r e d , and a d j u s t m e n t made at the i ale e a r n e d . Special urtu.1 Cor yearly advertising u p o n reciuott. ADVERTISING KATE*. Daily r a l e per l i n o for consecutive Insertions. Ca»h ·«» One Time Three Times i5lx Tlmeu WHEN AND W H E R E TO PUACB YOUlt ADS. Tu« t USoiiied A d v e r t i s i n g - Depart- m e r i t I-, Miniated Jit. Courier P)a.ce. This oftKu is open to receive advert l s f l t n o i i t i , r . o m S.yu A. M. to 5:00 P. M. ,U!ly. All ids i C L - f l v e d up u n t i l 11:00 A. M. \ v i l l appear in editions the aa-me d a j . I'hon- ^ o u r ClnifeUlrd All. ·». IS, I'J ur -tUO. Tho Ad T j U e r w i l l tfladly assist you, I f doMrc-J. !-o tliiLt t h e copy for your ad. i i p r e p s u u d in s u f h a m a n n e r as tu b r i n e t»o i r r c a i c a t i - e f c u i t a f o r you. Announcements Deaths JOHN W. COOPER. Joiin W. Cooper, 80 years old, a. former resident of U n J o n t o w n , died Wednesday at his hom-» In Delmonte, Ca.1., f o l l o w i n g a, llngr'Hnsr tlln«ss. Besides his wife, he Is survived by two Maters and one brother. Floners and Mourning Goods 4 WEDDING. BOUQUETS--And funeral deslg-na iU reatonable prlcCB. AJph* Floral Company. Florists, 10ft West Crawford avenue. Phone 1155. Strayed, Lost, Fonna 10 -- Friday n i g h t at 7:30. 1028 SJtudfj-bakftr Touring, lildense n u m b « r aao-A-O; n u m b e r 14083; m a n u - f a u L u r o r ' a n u m b e r 3(H8602. N o t i f y C o n n e l l s v l l l e I'ollco or C. Por«, 350 N o r t h Arch sti aet. Automotive AutomoM)e8 For Sale 11 BUICK--"Scven-p.issengr«r In good con- d i t i o n . Has six brand new tires. Small down p a y m e n t C o n n e l l a v l l l a Motor Co., East Crav.ford Ave. Phone 541. JUST WHAT YOU WANT--Is j u s t what w e haev. E x c t - l l e n t Used Gars In excellent condition. AU are prlcad for quick sales. ConneHsvllle-Oldwnotolls {Company, Kant Apple St. Phon« 571, STOP A T -- E v a n i Motor' Servfas. West C r a w f o r d a v e n u e , w h e n you «ire look- Ins for a good uaed car. Low prlcaa. Phone Ib34. STUDE-BAKBTl- Sedan, In excellent c o n d i t i o n . Priced ut $100. Buy It now, easy p a y m e n ta. C o n n a l l a v l l l e Motor C o m p a n y , Bast Crawford Ave. Phone Oil. You'll P r o f i t B C o m i n g To Mason'i Classification Index Tint iud.Milu.il . l U v e r t l a e m o n l b u n d e r l . i o f o l l o w ns cliiKMlU-aiUou J A N U A B Y CLEARANCE SALffi | OF BETT U K USED CARS W o W i l l Not R e f u « e A n y R e i s o n a b l s Offer. 101'S ( T w o ) C h e v r o l e t Ca*ches. lO'JS C h c r r o l o t '.'oupe. 10~0 C h o v r o l o t ( tthrloSet. JU'-'O Chevrolet I'ouch. lO'.'M C h o v i o | r - t ' ' 4 - t o n Truck 1!)^7 Ford, T u d i / r Sedan. l!''Jti C h e v r o l e t ' In ALAMlAUL:TiCAL. order for 1027 J - l i i p i n o b l l e Cuac.i. ( i u i it » otcrancc, AMlKi.Ci:jIi3MT!i -1 -- JUviUhb ^ -- '..ai-df oC T h a n k s ,j--li. A u m o r i a n i .] __ J ' ion ..is ami A l o u r n n i g Goods i -- K u n u . M l Jjirectors fci -- . \ U n u n i o n t s und C e m e t e r y Lots "i-- -Pi-rb'iimls 6 -- U S U E U U S and Social K v c n t a U -- S u u i o t i o i und i.odattd 10 -- a t r a j t d , i.ubl, .found AUTO.UO'fl i: -A -- A i u o M u o i l o A'Kencies 11 -- A u L u ' i i L i b l l c a iur tiale Xi; _ A u t o T r u e U h , Tuiutor-i, Trailers lo'-- - A u t « Acc-fssorifi, Tires, Purla U _ u a i a s f o -- Auioa £01 liiro, Taxi 10 -- iUotor,-yclub ,uid Uicyclea 113, -- n. t .;iairii»tt -- iscr\ i t u b t a u o n s I 7 _ \ \ a n ; t d -- A u t o m o l l v o lltsij\l'.»» siSK.vJ.CJi -- ltj-~i.uilJicsi» service O f f e r e d ls-a--- \ V u o r o to Jjino iB . L ,, -- Bai'Dortns, lieaut/ Parlors l^-t -- AH iLojiancyus 1'J-- iiUlKiiriii anil Contracting ^o -- ctoaiuntf. l J e i n u , H o n o v a t l n E -I -- j j r o s m a u i u s and A l i l l l n c r y ·jy-- licatins. V l u m o u i i f , ItcolitiK ^ j -- i n o u i a n c o uuU b u r o i y ISunda i ut-HltiK, Stoiago l u s t r i n e , JJt'C'Jru.t.lnij 1025 On k l a n d C - m p t . lOL'S C h o v r o l e t I ' ^ - t O n T r i s j l , , luial Hear WhoeU. K"lth j l f J ' J S C t l K V n O l KT TRUCK -- O n e - t o n , j in e x c e l l e n t · o n d l t i o n Has f o u r speeds -- C o r w a i-d ti ausml'Jslon. ^ OU CAN BUI' -Any car on th« floor, t h r o u g h Our Kasy Payment Plan. -\fASOX S5OTOTI COrPANT 'Fradca -- Op n S u n d a y s -- Tern-.a. Wt'.bT APP1/E ,THEKT. I'llONE 105. J7 -- L ' r i i i i n ^ , i M i y i a v u m »"5-- l ' r o l ^ i = l o n a l a a i v l c u s L U - - i ^ | c . i r t n s a n d U o i i i u a n i n s -;u- t i- A i 1 111114,3 uiU t j p d o i s t o r y ,,» -- T . u U ' i i u s a n d 1'rts.ilntr v ;l -- W a n i f U - - b u s i n t b d o u r v i c o l l ' i 4 U J I I J T -- ,;_· __ .HL.JJ W a n t e d --i'criKile , ; y - l h ; i i . M a n t e d -- .Malt j l -- ( i o n · M U l o and l''cmale ,..j - S J ! K H « M : - , _u m a s t e r s , a \ V u u l c t l -- ( . ' p p o f t u n l t l t i , iiw, Stucks, tlonda 10- M o n j y KJ Ij'Jau, iVloit^ayoa u» .1 -- t ' u r n i ^ JLuuiifa 1 1 - \ V a n U d -- 'L'u b o i r o w 1 NS'l'Rl t'l'IO.V 1.'- Ci'i i v i p o n d c n c o Courses i*-a --.M l y o c l l a n u o u ^ I :· -- In.-iL ' u u t i o n Cias«a ( I -- A l u s c a l , L i t ) c i i i ( j , l i a m a t i c l."l -- 1 ' 1 ' U c l l u I t l l f U ' U C l l O H lo-«i -- I ' l U a i o i T t b t r u c i l o n 10 \ V , i i u - U I n a t i u i _ t i o t i 1,1 S U.S'VOl IV -- ·4'i -- O o f c i , C'.tts, O t h e r Pets 1-5- HIM is, C i i l t l t , O i l i e r H-- I ' o i i a r y . I'laSi and Su ,jtl-- \ V a i U e d -- ,")t- M t K - i t h icr S a l o ,il -.1 -- J., n icr and K x a h a n g o . .'·,,' dm o and Ac.f sauries ,,,: - - l . u i u l i n s i . U u i h l l j i u M a t e r i a l . » i -- liu.-f ncii and Otllto U q u i p m o i i t v " -- - l . n ii and i M t r y Products Ci,j-.t -- -I* u i in i'j'iu (p men t «~)U -- Kiii.1, l''coii, I ' t i t i l l z e r u7-- I" » 1 Tulnjfii lo l-,ai ,,6 llo.iKiii.ulo T h i n t T A ,fl) -- t l o i K j i n u i U Ut'Odd \,l- ,i'-h t-iry. VVati-hoa, iJlu-monda o ( -- i M a t n i n c r y and Tools ('.' -- i . M i u k a l iMtri n . u i d l b u li^-a-- K idlo 1'liju i m u (.nt d.;---h.i'l!., I ' l a u l i , F l o - n e r s t,l -- .-.jo. i.iia ;ii t i l e Stores (·"i - N \ r . u t n t ; A p p a r e l i U - - U ' , u i l t d -- 'lo Buy jfHMIS, A M J 1IOAUJU -C~ -- ll»tuj.i W i l d iiociril OS--ttooins, W i t h o u t UoarU i:!i -- UyouiM, Kn- IKuihCUci^nlnif *l 0 - ^ ( H J U 1 O 1 1 l * u l C O b 7J- - \ V u 10 to J-'.at "ii-- \ V n - i . lo Mop in To iv n 7J-- W 1 l l l d -- U J H J U I , i.i- U'JHrd lU'.AL US I'ATl-: K O l i IIUA'V-- i t -- Ap.i I'tnu iH« ,nul l'lata To-- l i u h i i n . s a i'lacos tor K e n t 7-j -I'm lib ami L,.iUds for lietit 77 -- H I m. -.(." fur K e n t 7J - wlln u .iiitl U«'i)k fluom 7!~SUo t, A l u u i H u i i i , IjJiUe for Kent M)- -rfiih i r i i i i u . C o u n t r j lor K e n t til -\\.i i l t d -- To l U n t i n : \ t . KM'.vT*: i-'ou b.\ia: -K-- i l f u k i i - i a U e a l l.siato sj H u M i i f s i I ' I ' J K ' I I t o r Salo ·».»--r.irnia and I j i m i lor Sal'j M - l l i ' t '·i s for Sulu *,".- -hot , f.;- s ik- bO--- S l i ' i i o. M i n i m i l n , l.uku ior .Sale 67- - s u l j ' i r b a n u» Sale b! -- l' i;\, uan',1, - ltr.tl U o l . i t e »V- W,i i o i ] - l i t . i l K s t i t l t A i f r t u . N -- i,i:ii.il. -- ',)'.»- A r . ^ ' i n t « . r ; . A u c i l u a b.ilca "SKEING IS P.E1.IEVI.N-G" Ijttt Us Show 5"ou Trie lies B I I J B In Town. ''"CO.uk IN T t ' D A V i WHY WAIT? A R I D K WK^U CONVINCE YOU. Many O t h e V a l u e s Not Listed. 1!)-0 Mo.lel "A" Ttirlor Sola.n, H'1!U ilodel "A' Sport Coup*. 10-7 Esscv Coanh. 3!1'0 Chevrolet ','otmc. l'.t'J« Model "T" F6rd Coupe. 1!)-'G C h e r o J u t Co,-ioh. Jl-'l Model "T" Koici Coupe. i t T r u c k -- S c r e q n Sld«». l r J'-" Koiil, M jdel "T" 1-ton 1 Truck. r,tisy l'am« nta--Trades--Terms WBST SJLD1, MOTOR COMPANY ·101 W. O.ra.tv£oid Ave. Phone 407 408. A U T H O R I Z E D FOKD AGENCY. I I B U B IS YOtTR OPPORTUNITY TO OWN THAT .VODEt, "A" FURD NOW! Head Thos V a l u e u -- T h e n Act! Jlodel "A" B u s l n e m Coupe -- $825. Slodel "A" Standard Coupe -- $((5O. Model "A" Sport Coup* -- J365. Modal "A" dport Hoadater, \vlth, W e l d l-"cnlor» -- ^825. iiodei "T" Ford, 1-ton Truck, $150, 1,KT US SHOW YOU -- Our ISasy Pay- m e n t EJyslein it'a f o r y o u r benefit, HKTZBli- YOUNG MOTOR CO «i» A u t h o r U e U Ford Agents SCLTTDAL/1'J, J'A. PHONK 470. YOU CAN'T help catohllVK thd t h r i f t h u l i t w h o u you road the clasellled ade Cor t«'o en t h i e e days! I K YOU A H U l o o k i n g f o r a place to l|ve be sfiji-" i i read t h a "rioal E s t a l o " o o l u r n t | S of the Section. TilJSXllii'S N liVBH a brealT~Tn the Clasalllad b e i t i o n m a r k e t . K v e r y deal made l l i r « i i f f h I t b r i n g s s a t i s f a c t i o n to b o t l i b u j c r n n I Heller. Automotive Automobiles Fojr Sale A NEW CAR BARGAIN HAS NEVER BBENi DRIVEN ESSEX TOWN SEDAN--Will deliver to you for $705. A savings of $100. You cs.n't BO wrong-, take advantage o£ t h i s otter now! WERTHEIMER MOTOR COMPANY WEST CKAWFOUD AVE. PHONE IOC. Auto Accessories, Tires, Ports IS WHAT EVER YOU MAY NEED--For your car or truck, we hava ft. IJat- tcirlea, springs, tires, etc. Also, we p;iy c a s h ' f o r y o u r car. P h o n e BH. K a y e t t e A u t o W r e c k i n g Co., McCor- avsnue. Repairing:--Service Stations 16 VAbVB FACING--Let us do i t w i t h our "Kw I k - W a y " m a c h l n o . A trial w i l l make you a customer. Low rates. Karl Kosslar's Shop, rear Rhodes Motor Co., 416 Wast C r a w f o r d Avo. j Phone 2088. ATTENTION! MR. MOTOIUST! Remove The Hazards Of " W i n t e r Driving-." PLAY SAFE--By bringing- y o u r car to us, and got y o u r b r a k e s inspected. Wo w i l l (five y o u a " t r u e f o u r wheel brake." W h i l e y o u w a i t . O u r service la prompt. Electric J u m b o Giant H y d r a u l i c Tester. "Makes Braklny A Pleasure. 1 ' OFFICIAL, B R A K E ADJUSTING STATION EVANS MOTOR COMPANY PHONE 77. BAST CRAWFORD AVE. OUCO AND BOJV «HOP-- Auto body, top, f e n d e r repair*. A u t h o r i z e d Luoo *ie/lul«)ier. Phon« IMS. WE AHE THE COLJJ WEATUKU DOCTOR fc'OK Y O U I l CAR WE H A V I v -- A n t l - F r a e J i e fluids, chain*, oils, b a t t o r y service, In f a c t a n y t h i n g you m a y need IL, p r o t e c t o u r car !i-om the culd STOP JN TODAY--We'll test y o u i car absolutely free. If y u u tiesd our road iiorvlfe. i'hone »1. U U i aervlc'u til p r o m p t . FIRESTONE SF.UY1CE STORE, INC. W. APPLE hT.. COR M U A U O W LANE. P U U N E 21 IT'S METAL--Wo can weld It. C o n n e l l s v l l l e I n d u s t r i a l W e l d i n g Co., 1004 W. C r a w f o r d A v u . Phone l!JiiU-J. Business Service Uusiuo.ss Service Otforou Ifc i'OUF? FURNACE. llAi" NEED--Ttopalrii or I n s p e c t i o n at t h l a time ot yiAr, C u l l A. H. Boyer, I ' h o n e UUi. M u n s o n ,ind Gem Warra Ale Fui uaces, Cleaning, Dicing, KenoYutlng 20 ANNOUNCING "TWO PRICE" CLEANING--Economic c l e a n i n g - for the t h r i f t y p e r s o n and DeLujce C l e a n i n g for the p a r t i c u l a r person. P h o n e 1S(J, G ' o n n a U n v i l l i B C l e a n e m and Dyera. Heating, Plumbing, Hoofing 28 ARE YOUR PIPES FROZEN?--If so, j u a t p h o n o J710 and we'll be t h e r e p r o m p t l y , Heasonuibl* rates. C y p h e r and Son, North Second street. FURNACES! FURNACES!-- Repaired and cleaned. All makes. "From W h i n It's RlSlit." 136 South PlttBburg- St. For service, phone U18-JT. WILLIAM SHUJJERS OO-- Q u a l i t y plumbing' and lieatlnjf. South Pltt^burg: street. Phono a46. Prompt service. Ii)Hnrttuc« and Surety Bonds s!8 INSURANCE--"We w r i t e It rlg-ht." All kinds. Coolt and Laug-hlln, Inc., Insurance, 301) First National Bank BullditiK. Phone 620. INSURANCE--All k i n d s , excepting life. Bertha C u n n i n g h a m , Ins., Notary Public, 408 First N a t i o n a l Bank Building. P h o n o 4115. Rea. 10»4-R. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE-- Wo l i a v o both. Koal Hfetato for r e n t o r sale, i n s u r a n c e , a l l k i n d s , e x c e p t i n g l l l c . O u r a d vice coats you n o t h i n g . Sec us f i r s t . Fayotte R e a l t y Company, fcellei'b Arcade. Phono iy~5. trucking. st,:i-;ue 26 '.* Ul-' , M f L i U S r e s u l t f r o m t h e I'LINT TRANSFER--Lotal and l o n g i UiM i t - l i o n s »'en l y UKT Tin: t h r o u g h A i- MOST f o r adsi. the least d i s t a n c e moving;. Lov» rates. Phone 554. P i o m p i service. Moving, 1'rocKlUK, Storage conua B , ^T^f^^i thl cZu^^^^^^EuZ^^--, be.-l o f f e r s in C o u n c i l - v i n e may be '° n!f d l s t a n c t i - °fi- A i l l n g t o n Hotel. f i ' U i i d a n d .-01. pared. P h o n o S4U. R e s i d e n c e UU^-l»lng-i2. I 10 Y u U l t l S l L.F a A nod t u r n e v e r y ' | 01 b tin n i t ; 10 U i c Cl issltl«l Sec" lf n d U i u t of !uinu uf l i U V l N l ! A N D SU1A1NO I n t o i m t t t l o n of e v c i i k i n d Is c a t a l u s u c c l in tho bectlon lor aasy r o f e r e n c e . PHUDEN'T PICOPLK find p r o f i t a b l e IT'S AlAVAYS a good I n v e s t m e n t to spend u tow n Unites each day In read- I n g me L-Uiss! iod ads. ana Keunisliiiif"; US) C A B I N E T J1AKI5KS--All n a r k g u a r a n teed P h o n o J ^ H i u r d l e a \ u o u r older. P r o m p t am \ U o. H. and B. Cu, ULforauj.ll 'u in i-Uu Classified Section, i iienses and ra as j u u r Droflts. ' ADS cut d o w n your ex- TaJlorlng and Pressing 80 JUCHMAN CLOTHES--All $22.50. Sold o n l y by Simons Cash and C a r r y , Phone I95 VALU8 DETECTORS magnifying glass was used by Sherlock Hcilmes for detecting crim.3--but for detecting bargains Conncllsvillo people can find nothing to b'-at this page of classified oppor- txinity news. Always C ifferent--In Opportunity The A-B-C- Classified Acls Always the Same--In Service SUB-JUDICIARY jCONGRESS PLAN FOR PROHIBITION sfis, Service Tailoring and I'res itO SUITS--Tailored mccle, I n i t e a t n t y l r a and p H t t c r n a , ['U.'.l, C l l z e n s Ba.nlc Kfdg. I'lione 714. Ernpioymei it JJeij) VV»nted--Fero U« , WOMAN' W i t h one. cl lid w i a h o n h o u s e w o r k . AlJie-»f "Al care 1'. U. Kox 402, CcmiKillsvHle, ) a. Wanted--Mi )|e R.KQU1RED IMMEDIATE! i--Man {or email collections ( Day r evenings. P e r m a n i n t posltk.n. Silr ry and fftiod c o m m t o K i o n lo steady, a l l a b l o collector, -\dilre3-- Box 200, care. Courier. --Will h a v e ( o r b u i l t - u p oekly. Kx- U n U l a n t of W r i t a 805 .ujporl. Fa., T H E FU1A-ER BHIISH CO t w o o u e n l n R a K e l j r u t r y 1 l u u t i - , a . \ ' O i a K i n j T fMOi.OO t c e p t l o n a l o p p o r t u n i t y . Wostmornl i n l e c u n t y . Peoples Bank airJK., M c K f u r d e t a i l s holtcltors., (;anru««ers. Agents 85 OHIO CORPORATION- -SisokH m a n for u i t o r o u p ed t c r r i ory. IjlUeral coinrniBhi^jti. E a r n i i t K y s art iiniTH'dt- ataiy. Uo id for J.ntiuO /aarSy, We f u r n i s h a t u c k , d e l i v e r ind colloct. Previuu.i e x p e r i e n c e iniiecOSisary. K y r - K y i i i r C o m i i i n , JO. i J/yr-Fyter D a y t o n , Ohio. Financial Family 40-A Real Estate For Rent Apartments u u d PlutB FAYKTTIS STRBBT--Corner Ogrden street, J u a t one block f r o m street car stop. A p a r t m e n t of live rooms and bath. H o t air hoat. Reasonable rent. Alau nt 22i Q u e e n atreot, all room h o u s v ) w i t h batli, lor ront. in- iiuire A. J. I l e r w l c k , West Crawford u n j Fifth. Phone taa. PITTSBURQ STREET, HOUTJl, 13-1-Pour room a p a r t m e n t , p a r t l y f u r n i « h e d . lte.it anrl watur f u r n i s h e d . ONI3, NORTH WINlJSOK -- Apartmont for rent. T h i r d door. I n q u l r w John .Davis. South i j ltt»burg strsot, tiuuth ConnellBVJUe. Phono llttS. liuases i or Rent APARTMENTS. HOUSES. . BTOKB- ROOllb AND GAHAGWS--lnquir« ia« We»t Poach street. P h o n e 47b. JOHNSTON A V E N U K -- F o u r room liounf, Bftp, water, e l e c t r i c , larKe lot- f K i U O p r r m o n t h . I n ' i u l r o a t 0 0 4 J o h n h l u n avenue. HOUSES WITH H'EATERS. KD -- riotilh N i n t h s t r e e t : Kast F a l r \ | e w a v c n u o . Soiitli l i i g h t h s t r u c t and En-sl K a y n t t o »troet. Rents are reasonabln. I n q u l r n A. K. Wagoner and Son, 1000 West C r a w ford a v e n u e , j ' i i o n o 14S. Reai Estate For Sale Lots for Sine 85 NEED M O N K Y QUIC1CL.Y '--Como In. i n r l t e i,r ]ih'jn«, If you need up to I ?JOU. u u l u k , c o u r t o o u s «rvlce, Pcr- IIUIUL! l''liu.nc-« C o m p a n y il- West C r a w f o r d n v e n u e P h o n i a^. Instructio. i rrlalo Instruci on ·15 PRIVATE INSTRUCTION -On Bttnjo, M a n d o l i n , G u i t a r and P mo. G l b a o n Studio, H t l l e r a -Vrcadu. P h o n e U30. Merchandb se ITuel, Feed, t'ertJ Izer 68 INVESTIOATB NOW--In buying- at an e x c e p t i o n a l l y low price. Corner lot. K r a n k l l n a»4 Penn St., -10X.H ft., payed, -Make an offer. WJ11 con- B k i u r , t r a d e o n n e w Frlg^idalre, I n - q u i r e I v u s t n e r ' s Boole Store, l ^ j W u s t Apple street, Auction--Legals Legul Notices COAL, -- U u y W a H h l n K t o n -tun coal at ca»lt p i i c c a by t'uck loj U delivered. Screened aoal ] [ ! bu. lun of .Mine ISc bu. b l u c k COB, I L c bu Phone 1^0-J B COKIN J COAL -- 12a d e l i v e r e d ; Oc at the m l n . West Sldn Coal Company, N l n U i i treat, corner -L,elaeiirint; avenue. Flu no 1075. Household Goc As f'OR SAJ..K--Simmons b e e , coa.1 ransro, BUS n u i K e , c i i m b i n a t l o n ange, addlnsf machine, l e n t h e i l i v i n g room s u i t , h e a t i n g s t o v e , d i n i n g re Jm table and lot of o t h e r i i H e f t i ! ar icjos. Dull's Stora«e, 12^ Bast Peach St. Phono GO, NOTICES. ESTATE OF JOHN A. McKESSON, late of the C i t y of C o n n e l l s v l l l e . Faye t t o C o u n t y , P e n n s y l v a n i a . T j e t t e r s Tastaincntary i n t h e a b o v e named ««tatc havina: been granted to the u n d e r s i g n e d , n o t i c e is h e r e b y given to all persons I n d e b t e d to said estate to m a k e I m m e d i a t e p a y m e n t , a.nd to those havlntf c l a i m s a g a i n s t the same to pre- f i o r i t t h e m , p r o p e r l y a u t h e n t i c a t e d , f o r settlement., K a n r i l o H, Mclvesson, K x o u t r l x , 200 East Francis avenue, C o f c i i e U a v l l l e , Pa. J. K i r k Reiiner, Attorney. 4jan-6t-sat By PATJT R. ^r U n i t e d Press Staff Correspondent. WASHINGTON, Jar. 26.--Congress drys are planning to ravtee and ampll- Ty Uio Law E n f o r c e m e n t Commission recommendation to t r ^ minor prohibition law violators before I / u U o d Stettes comimlssioners w i t h o u t JIUICK. Their plan contemplates a completp revision of llio present commission system, the setting iij) in its place of a sub-judiciary with ue\v r.oinmission- orH and new districla, and a complete! change in practice of tho federal courts). If this plan fails to work to their satisfactiou, they a '0 prepared to eliminate it eii'tiroly from the prohl i- tion reform progva.ni .submitted to Congress by the commission t l i r j u g h President Hoover. Privately thowo senators working on tho plan express the belief they cannot be successful u n i t ss they work tor years to develop the details o£ what' would be the most lompleto change in the judicial system ever aftemp'ail in a largo country. The plan already lisis been (liscuscd with Chairman Wlcsersham of tho Law Enforcement OurnmiHslon a.nd may be ready for public dlscuKfelon before ITio Btelwer Senate Rub-Committee whou hearinga are opened within the nest week. Meanwhile similar bearings in the House committees have been adjourned temporarily because of difficulties which have developed. Tl-o Judiciary Committee, through a member, Representative Stobbs, Republican, Massachusetts, has confessed its Inability to work o u . the commission recommendation satisfactorily and has invited recomiaendatioiiB from House members. The Williamson bill to transfer prohibition enforce'nent from th« Treasury to tho Jiutlre Department will bo taken up br the House Expenditures ComniHti'O Momiay, with Civil Service Co inn isaiouer Deming on the stand. A letter lifts been sent Mrs. Mabel Walker Willebrandt, former Assistant Attt/rney General, by Chairman Williamson of the committee, inviting her to appear. Letters also will bo sent to Attorney Genera 1 Mitchell asking his opinion on transfering the industrial alcohol unit with the prohibition burea". Hadio at BOSCH RADIO--Screen Grid. Freo d e m o n s t r a t i o n . Iladlo (3 rvloe Co., i.HS South PUtaburB street. Phon« 173. EDISON ANU PUIL.CO-r-1 radios. Fr»« domonHLr;Ukins. Tho, lau J. Uob, 1112 West Apple street. Phone 1002 RADIO AND BEf! VJCJ3--Piiouo ' NOT!CIS. SEALED BIDS WILL, BE KEJ- coSved at the office of tho City Clerk, u n t i l 1 o'clock P. Jl., Monday, February 10th, 10MO, for tho f u r n i s h i n g : of a new Model "A" Ford Automobile with b o d y suitable f o r use as police patrol wagon. C h r y s l e r s n d a n now o w n e d and used by tha City to bo exchanged In trade as a pa,rt ot the purchase prioo. C o u n c i l re.sarvcs the r i g h t to reject any or all bids. City of O o u n e l l f i v l l l e , H. M. Swartawckler, PurchaaliiK Agent. Jan-t8-25-feb-t liISTBNBRS MAKVEIj -- A . the l e a l l s t l o r e p r o d u c t i o n of H t w a r t - W a r n e r Kadio. "THE SliJT WITH THE PUNCH " Heat IL in our home or at C l a r k e ' s D r u g Store .TOi N o r t h s t r e e t . I'hon ; 104. THK NJBW MAJKSTIC R. £IQ -- Come In and hear It. G u i d e 'lire and Itadio Co., Kaai C r a w f o r d avm uo. Phono 10. ADI»IININV11ATHIX JVOTIC13. ESTATE OF GEO. B. WITT, IE- ceased. N o t i c e is hereby given t h a t Ijettora of A d m i n i s t r a t i o n on the Estato o£ Cico. B. W i t t , lato oC Saltlick T o w n ship, l'';tyctte Counts', P e n n s y l v a n i a , deceased, h a v i n g boon granted to tho u n d e r s i g n e d by tho Register f o r the Probate of Wills, etc., In and for said County, notice is lieraby g-lven to all persons indeibtod to s a i d Estate to m;ike i m m e d i a t e p a y m e n t , and to those ha vi ing- claims or d e m a n d s against this same to psesent t h e m , d u l y n i i t h e n t i - catod, for s e t t l e m e n t . M a r y Witt, Adm i n i s t r a t r i x , Indian . Head, Pa. ·JoJan-Ot-sat at tlio t toree FIUSBEK IIAR1WAKK COMPANY-" E v e r y t h i n g ; In llurilwa re." Wo save you d o l l a r s . Sea us fir. t. 13'1 Weut C r a w f o r d a v e n u p . Pho IE 104, FOR LESS MOXJSr--R e give you b u t t e r wall paper. M, Bernardo, D it lt)c W a l t Pa.pei Co., V est Apple Bt. "THE SATISFY OT1ON" -- I n b u y i n g . h a r d w a r e f r o m "JjOUC CS," Is t h a t t p r l u o s ai'o U i o same evi ry d a y of tho week Loiii:lcs J l l a r d w re C o m p a n y , 131 W. t'rawfoul uvc;i e. P h o n o l.'iS. Wanted--To i uj CLEAN WHITE RAGS-- Vantod. Will pay 5u par p o u n d . Cou ,-ier Company. W A N T E D TO B U Y -- F i n . top type- w r i t e r dek w i t h t y p ' w r i t e r comp a r t m e n t at iiidy. t all Business OJHue, C o u r i e r . Rooms and I oarci h V ithout luard 68 KXIJCIJTHIX' NOTICE. J3STATK OF JAMliS MAUCUS Mat-lei ta, late of th,« C i t y of ConneU.s- ville, C o u n t y of FayeUo and Stale oC P e n n s y l v a n i a , deceased. Letters To;.tam e n t n r y o n t h o a b o v e n a m e d Estate h a v i n g - been granted to tho undc-r- slg-ned, notice Is h e r e b y g-lvrn to all p e r s o n s i n d o b t e d to said E n t a t e , to make i m m e d i a t e p a y m e n t , and to thosi* h a v i n g olalniB against tho same, to p r e s e n t t h e m , p r o p e r l y a u t h e n t i c a t e d , f u r s e t t l e m e n t . A n n l n Marietta', I C x e c i i t r l x , 137 Jflast O r c h a r d A l l e y , C o i i D C j l v i l l i ' , I'a. 1C, Geurge May, A t t o r n e y . Florida Cypress Tree Is 2,000 Years Old Air Pilots Need Perfect Thyroids An airplane pilot's efficiency depends u p o u the perfect functioning of hte thyroid gland, und not alone on his eyesight, heart condition, and other factors aseoclated "with flying fHne.ss. That i« tho pronouncement of Dr. Leon Ash^r, of Un varsity of LJernc, Switzerland, after k x p e r l m e n t s with anlmalB. · The secretionfi of tha thyroid gland, which in man is nesr the larynx, play tin i m p o r t a n t part in the constant chemical a c t i v i t y o ' the body known ;i6 "metabolism," .Animals with more than the normal thyroid socretions, Dr. Asher finds, r e q u i r e an excessive amount o£ oxygon, and thus are not able to e u d u r o high altitudce. Hence ho concludes that ;i fiior, required to hreatho the air of more than ordinary altitudes, needs a perfect working thyroid gland. CHICAGO GIVEN PROMISE CITIZENS WILL RAISE FUND / Twenty Millions Wilt Be Available Instead of 60 Poll- ticians Asked, ALL EMPLOYES MUST BE PAID Uy 5IISRTOM T. Al-CBUS U n i t e d 3-Tess b t a t f Corroapondcrit. CHICAGO, Jan. 25--Chicago citlzone will (ig Iown Into their pockets for 3-20,000,000 to savo the tottering city, county and school govurnm/eiits from iiumcdi-Ue flnaiicJal chaos, but nono o£ ihe million's will bo available for "fcpemlthrifts, wild financing or pay- rolling." Faced w i t h vi'orlrlwido utifavorabla publicity and misery within faight of their hoinm, citizens who Iwvo made fortunes with the ri of. Chiciigo from a Lako Micnlgau swamp have iigrcGd to place at leasl $20,000,000 at the -disposal of city officials but it inufit go to pay employes who havo been forcel lo iseek aid from loan sharks, to pay pensions lo motliew and the blind, to keep 500,000 children in, school and (o heat hospitals and poorhouses. Tho demands were phrd«e4 tnor'i delicately than that but tho tneeming was clear when the "rcscu-e committee," made up of leading rich meu headed by Silas Ktrawn, iTitorndtionnl- ly known lawycrl anuouncc'l th^t the ship of city government. wouW not bo permitted to go on tho rocloj troto want of caeh. Instead of tltc- $50,000,000 deemed necessary by politicians the committee decided that $20,000,000 would (serve as a 6tartor. The money will bo put into tax anticipation warrants. Names of the men and firms that had como to the aid of HJB cily were not made public by the committee nor were the exact methods by which the mouej would be handled but there was no- mistaking that tho committeo vrould govern payments. With tho announcement rame a caustic and slangy statement from the committee directed at Mayor William Halo Thompson, Yale graduate, cowboy executive and foe of King: George and Great Britain. "Nero fiddled while Home burned,' the efatement said, "but bo had nothing on what certain officiate are now doing. The situation is much like that In China. They arc not concerned with what they con earn but what they can borrow. Big Bill is attempting to get a campaign platform out o) the muddle. He is poeing as a friend of the poor people against tho inroads o£ the rich. He thinks it will be more effective than promising to biff Kinj G-eorge on the anoot when he corner eailing down Lake Michigan towin. Chicago." That eally against 'Big Bill tlw Builder" cam-e just after the niayoi had sustained three defeats in tho cii,; council fn us many moves. Tho tit:budget, carrying $55,000,000, which h« had vetoed twice, was passed, despit« the protests of two of (ho mayor'., floorleaderfi. Patronize those who advertise. Today's Cross Word Puzzle 1 S4 AC) 10 ) HOOMS--t second I I 101 U-oiit Ldl lj I 1 11 a p a r t m e n t , li,7J-K, a f t e r I F T U U H l i IS a u y o n o l i t to ji n \ h v i i a t \ o u j .t s o t u o f I c 1' '-il j J v. i l l I i u n t him up wlio i lh u t i d e in ihe aflairs of m e n w h i c h L i k e n in t h e flood leacia o n to f o r t u n o " -- . u i d t h i s tlcl Is a l w a y s at the flood for I h o u u who r ad tho Classified Section l e g u i a r l y . THE C U A S S I K I I J D e a d l n f f habit m e a n s l h a t loss m o n e y o m e s o u t o f y o u r pucltet and more £ ea iuto it. A cypreos tree In Tailnliascc, Jb'lo , now grown to enormous height ami to a girth of 15 foot, may well lay claim i (o au a n t i q u i t y rivaling that of U i o ' famous California Redwood trees.' Prof. H e r m a n Kurtz, of Uio Florklu' College lor Women, aborts that giant c y p r c f a ' , is between 2,000 ,iiul 2 SOi) years oW. Tim t r e e has survtveil all uorls nC j o u l i ' a c r - ^ i i f r a i i i h ' i t s l i f o ( l u r i n g i h e | ai?ct-, but, o d d l y oiiough, w h n l threatens it now it not the axe, saw or devouring beetle, hut the ravages ot public penknives. Tourists, express their ad- m i r a l ion oC Ihe tree by inscribing m a u d l i n o c n H i t i c r i t s on Uio t r u n k . Patronize tho« wlio advertise. 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B) Printer's rncasurt 52 Thus 63 A southern ai\»

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