The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 17, 1930 · Page 3
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, February 17, 1930
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MO XT) AT, ·rn'TU THE DAILY COURIER, CONNEKLSVIL, JS, PA. PAGE THRBJB. . UNLICENSED DOG OWNERS ROUNDED IIP AT SC01TDALE Fines and Cosl-. Assessed Apalnst Number !y J u s t i c e Of Peace Kennel. COUNCIL WILL MEET TONIGHT H. Fa.r- i n u n t l l vcvernl i t 1111- ainst. 21! of !ho SOOTTDAL.E, Fob. l.V-,1. quhar, StMo (lop n i a i s . \va. ; ; around 1 Scottdiil f u r t h f p;* days iirul loculei! a n u abcr JlicxHrd dogs. informations wro m irlo a ilog owners before J u t t i u o Ponce Willatn Koimcll. T w e n t y oases ·woro heard, IS owntjrs paid .(inns and two ;;u;os diswmtiiHKx:. Of tho two- (iischargotl one. \V:IH J K - r K o y Bowman, who i;i lying at his h o m e ;it Bucko;--*.with H broken ba k. The wifo answered U-; s u m m o n i for him but It wau thought iK'Kt, {· iih;o ilhicou- timio this cah-o. CaBK-4 o£ 15. I). K i i u . Louis SiuHh and (J. K, l''unk ug; whom in- formations woro maila for harboring unlicc-DBod tlogH, will -o heard later. Tbc-se hoard and filled were: J\I. V. G r i m i n , harboring t-.vo unlicensed days, $10 and costs; !. K. Fox, two dogs, $10 and c-oKtw; J o h n 1'orvvee, Frank Kattera, .llarvj Queer, .1. h. Jlick.'on, John Crosby, Clarenco (!or- ley, Krz;i Siunniy, .low. ih K k i l o n i M , ('.. J . "Weaver, \ V i l l i n n i . l u v c l l a , J o h n (iacei ki, K r a n k Queer. Hanim-1 1 Steflrio. K. C. IVrshiim. Joseph ' h i i K ; and J *on ton Han, oas-li $- r am) for haviiif: a dos a-pl-ix-o. Kulsii i'lrn Alarm. Tlr v o l u n t e e r \\rv- i i c p a r t n i o n t . was c a l l e i l out. to T h i r d sr emio on S a t u r day MoniitiK at t\vo o' -lock by a false alarm. K. 01' C. A will Piiys Visit. Special agent I". M. M c C a r t h y of tho Kalg'ltB oC (.'oluiiibii;; has been -sent out !y t h o S n p i c n i c \ u n c i l at Now Haven, Conn., to giv..- i u s t r n r t i o n s to the riioti in (ho work ·( the- wd'.'r, ;;o- insi over tho woric, iiiakiii;; v i s i t s to a l l t h o t-.ounclls. t ; u t u n l i y i i i ^ h t lie «·»! (he- KiK-.'-'t of St.- i t u l a l o Coiinri!. Covers wor.* l a i d foi 1 .M) at a. t l i n n o r givou for him in t.lio K. of (.'. c l u b rooms. T a l U s w e r e madt; by (!ru.nd K n i g h t VMwur'.l O M U . r a a n d Owou K i n g . While in S c - o t t d a U .Mr. M c C a r t h y was the gnc.~t of Mr. O ' l l a r a at h i s horn-" in the K i c l u ' r y u i l (jral't A p n r l - rnonta. TtiO K r : i g l i t K at C u l n i t i l n i H p l a n n e d a card party th* d a t e a n d place to ho a nn uncoil l a t e r . throat (|ifnition. "Mon i I l u l l v Cufl'uia i of C ' h r s t n n t strex't iiii(!TW*i!t a h r o n t c-poratHm at. the Memorial IIo.-»uital at M o u n t ' I'lensaut on S a t u r d a y Jiir^niiv I'lub Tonlsrlit, Tl'.o ineolin}; of tin J u v e n i l e MUM: Chib will :« held t! i.-; (!vcnin« a 1 7 o'clt'Ck'at tlio home m Mi.-s r i i v i l i s (n-wholt. Tho n « « ' ! i n « has i«'-ri cUariged from atti-r school on Wod- nosday evening at t b o c l u i r c h to t h e honioa OH M o n d a y e i f ^ i i n s at a l a t e r "hour. Alrfi. lla/.'l ' ' r . i i g w i l l h a v e cliafgo. May Sot M iliac e Tonitrhi. An adjourui.xl HIO'. L in.t; of the borough co-unt-il w i l l be h-t-ld t h i s evening at t h o Ijorough b u i l d i n g at w h i c h c o u n c i l w i l l hear v a " i o u s cumintttt-us aiwl r c p o r t f j on t h e a m o u n t of m o n e y n(-c!ed by lo,parln'.-i.t« for l i t e year and also o u t l i n e (ho i Ian of work t h a t live) oxiwct to carry u t . From these reports council w i l l a r r i v e at Konio conclusion wlicreliy J! v i l l be able to ~et the tnillago thit-; i - v c n i n g or at t h e late-it the lirst moKiir.: in March. The bul c ;ct system WiKi ; doptcd last year -.Hid w i t h the c x c e p t i - i n of one- or two t:om'fiiite«:«, overy on ; kopt w i t h i n the aim u n t tipecifieci on its budg-tit ac- cou it. Pj-tliJnn SIsft-v-s Dinner. A eovcrc«l-(li«li « u j per w i l l lie hehl by - h o I ' y l h i a n Si.itcrs at t h o r e g u l a r i n e t t i i i j ; Tit urn do y e V ' - u i n g . At tii'iU the d i n n e r was to liielu o only rnrnnbers, luit nosv it w i l l bo lioill for tho families as M'oll. Hook to iU- Reviewed. Two re-vie w« a r o .· rhwUilud for the; me-ting of the JJool; Club at, tho l i b r a r y \Vw!ni:slay e v e n i n g . Oiu w i l l bo given by M i « . (1. Haven Dawnoa awl tho other by Mr; . HuStiell G r a f t . To Observe H'eiiteco.sf. The 1000th annivei-.Miry of Pontocost ' w i l - be- observed in the churches in Scottdalo w i t h ineelinsci Ju the local churches every ovwi \::\g from June 1 to S. Old Treasure Chamber in Westminster Abbey '3'ew who explore 'Vestrninstcr nbbuy nro aware that t h e r e arc rantiy of Its rnoat ancient and Irterestiirg purts of which they have never (uicl a glimpse. For Instance, in th- eastern cloisters th?;re Is a door so cuartlt-il ngulnst unauthorized tntrtislon t h a t it can only hft opened b,y seven key.s, which nrn in the jealous oustot y of ns many government officials. 'ivc of thft keyholes of this w o n d e r f u l door, which, by th-: way, Is covered with human skins, are concealed from view" by a stout Iron bar which traverses if. This door SCl/es access to n vaulted chamber, k t i o w n as the "Clvtpel of the t'yx," I h c walls of w h i c h were HtHttillnp 1 fis thpy stniul today bcforp even the Norm in conciuoror kmded in Sussex. This chamber was once the treasury d¥ Krifrtand, to which «;ere hrousTb^ "the mast cherishetl possossiona of the \f* 4. GEO. W. CARROLL Complete Room Outfits of Supreme Q uality and Recognized Style Remarkably Low Priced Spier Mo MS Hold for Later })olivery Complete Home Fmrishers Since 1891 Newlyweds! And All Those Going to Housekeeping Now or Later, Be Sure to See These Unequalled Offerings Evening Appointment Arranged--Call 168. Are Taking Advantage People have been quick to recognize that furnitu re prices are down to bedrock in this sale. And our trucks are busy delivering sale bargains to ho mes. Make your plans now to participate in thiu great event. Convenient payments arranged if so desired. Kroehlsr-Made--Reversible Cushions- Well dosigno'l, upholstered hi rich Jaequard Velour and with fiishion reverses made up in a houutil'ul pattern of tapestry. Full size davenport and either the button back chair or the wing chair a' a price well within the means of every family. Two Piecejs February Sale Complete Dining Suite--Aaron Quality--8 Plec)s Very special and consisting of large buffet, extension table and five single chairs and one arm chair. A complete dining suite that w i l l give years of .service,- and combining beauty and eomforf as well. The pieces are well constructed. !«.- deed, here i;- a real value! Februwrv ,S»le $ Save on This Lovely Nine-Piece Dining Suite Think of it, a dining suite in genuine walnut combined with other fine woods, at such a low price!" The nine pieces inch cle extension, table, buffet, china and six beautiful el airs to match. Here is an example of the new possibilities created for our vast buying power. February Sale '149.00 by a Leadiag Manufacturer Now you c; n furnish your dining room in modern style -- at worth -vhile savings! The mite shown consists of ten pieces- -GU-ineh buffet, GO-innh table, china, server, host chair and five side chairs, upholstered in line jacquards. H i g h grade construction. A real opportunity! All 10 Pieces February Snle 195.00 Genuine Mohair All Over--Sofa and Either Chair February Sale 139.00 When you see a suite advertised as mohair be sure you get genuine mohair, such as is in this suite all over, inc l u d i n g the outside backs. Made, by the famous Kroehler and with cushion reverses in luxurious Jaequard pattern. Black cable welt trim. Three Pieces--Choice of Bed, Dresser, Chest, Vanity February Snle The moment you see these pieces your eyes will teil you that quality is built into them. For this is one of the most outstanding values oi: the Sale. Full size bed, 48-inch dresser with 26x32-inch plate, and choice of 45-inch vanity or thest. American walnut finish, Dustproof. $ 95.00 Early American 4-Poster Bed Suite--Four Pieces A treat to the eyes--this Early American Period bet- room suite with the popular 4-poster bed. The genei- ous size of the. dresser will surprise you, also t h e spaciousness of the Hollywood vanity, the chest c-f drawers. Finished in walnut. $ February Sale 139.50 Charming Four-Piece Hollywood Bedroom Suite February Sale 199.00 A bedroom group of exquisite taste, and with construction features that are almost unbelievable at the low price of .$199. Included are the new Hollywood warl- robe of large size, Hollywood vanity, 48-inch dress rr and full size double bed. An outstanding offering.

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