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I J AGE rOURTEEN. DAILY COURIER, CONN 3LLSVILLE, PA. THTURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1930. Don't Put It Off Any Longer. Order Those Baby Chicks Now For Early Delivery! ©mtrter Annoui icemen ts De MA R V i Mary Rebecca I t i v t e . I n f a n t t l a n p r h t e r i f P a n t ,irid R u t h H i y t i of S n u t h t o i i , l l o d W e d n e s d a y t l l o H i n j f a b r i e f i l l - T h e f u n e r a l s o n ''e \ \ i l l b o l i e l d K i l - u r d i y a f t e r n o o n a - o ' c l o c k lit t h o h o m e . I n t e r m e n t \ 1 1 1 In- I n tin- IJap- t i s t C o m c t e i y a t Si i l t h f l c l d C'^ASSIKIKD ADVKUTlSINa I N F O R M A T I O N All ads are -cstrlclecl to t h e i r proper c l a s s i f i c a t i o n I rid to the regular atyle of typ«. Thit p u b l i s h e r s r e s e r v e the r l / r h l to edit ir reject a n y classified a d v e r t i s i n g co-iy. K r r o r s I n a Ivertlsenventa s h o u l d be r e p o r t e d I m m · d i n t a l y . T h e C o u r i e r w i l l n o t b e j e s p o n s l b l e t o r more t h a n one I n c o r r e c t n s e r t l o n . _ Charged (ids f o r r e s p o n s i b l e p a r t i e s ·will be r e c e l v i d by t e l e p h o n e , and. If p a i d w i t h i n »U days, cash rates will be IlOV WILLI V M FRANKS. Toy W i l l i a m Fi i n k * t h r e e n v i n t h s old, s o n o f H a i r y I t . a n d K l i / a b e t h I ' l p i n u n F i a n k s ol neai P o p l a r U r o v c , C o n n e l l y H i e t o w n h i p . i l l o d t h i s m o r n - ing. F u n f ' r u l a r r i i K e m o n t H h a v e n o t b e e n c o m p l e t e d . MRS. K V K ! . l K I 1 . MARKLTC. Mrs. E v e l i n e Pol ck M a r k l e , OS y e a i s old, of West N e w t n , dii'tl \ V e d t i e s d n v . 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STK1CIL Mrs. A n n a Steic! . -lo years old. w l f « of P e t e r S t e l c h , led .it 8 .10 o'clock W e d n e s d a y n l K l ' t t h « r h o m e at No. 10,"i. J u n l a t a , f r o m j l o u m o n l a . Her h u s - bai d a n d :lve c i u b ri'n w u r v l v o F u n e r a l a r r a n g e iTMiU, in c l i a r ^ G of F r e n c h S. D u r s t , ave not b e e n comp l e t e d . Classification Index The I n d i v i d u a l a d v e r t i s e m e n t * under the f o l l o w nitf classlllcuUou aro ar- -anged In Al^HABBnCAl. order fur IIUICK r e f e r e n t J A .N O U .N UKM fc ATS-1 -- j_ieaLU» i-- Ca.rda oE Thanka i -- In Menu, riatu 4-- Jj'luw-ei!* aud M o u r n i n g Qooda ^ -- Kuneral Ulie-jtora 0 _ M o i i u m u ' i t a u n J C e m e t e r y Lota "l - I ' u I S U I l A l * B _ i t o j i B i o u t u.n.1 Social .Events 0 -- a j c i u U t B u-ud leases 10-- B t i a y e d , iut,L, .bound AUTOMOT1V Ji.-A. __ A u i u m u i 1 lo AsenciCB !l _ A u l u i n u b U e s lor txilo ia-- A u l u U r u c K s , Tiacium, Trailers ,-j _ A u t o Ai..*«*i«e». Tiros, Paris U-- oai«n,o»--Auto» lor liire, Taxi 10-- ju.uLt.n- i«iJ *ad JUiovcies 10-- K u p a i r i i i i -- o o r v i c u t a t i u n » 16 -- liuainubs a u i v i t o Uttered Wlioro to .Dine I'arlora -- B u i l d i n g n u U Ci-'ntractlng utf. U i O i n K , l i e n o v a t l n a T _ aAiiig aui M i l l i n e r y "a. _ Ht-atmB, f l u m U l u K . KuuUnj,' ^.i-- Itiiuru-nci a"J i s u i e t y llunds a t -- .UiuudoriiiB .:\j _ A i o v i u g . n u c k l n * . Storaee ao-- i J a»nlH)g j f a p e r - j i K , Uec-uratlng 27-- iTjiitnib, J!.ui;iavinK, US _ f r o f e s a u . n a l dorvlnes jjy _ liopairln; and llelluls 2U-a -- A v v n i i i i s and U p h o l a t o r y liu-- Tallorliu. unc. l-ToBlna al __ vV anted -- Buamesa tiervlce 3i _ W t u n t o d -- Fnmle -- Wt.nied-- Alale i _ Holy -- Mile and Jj'einalo ij;, __ Solicitor i. Ca/ivaasera, AgenU BIJ _ a i t u a t l o t B W u n t e d -- Female ^ _ b l t u a U o i a VVitu ted-- Male FIN AIM ClAl^-- ;ja -- tiusliiuss O p p o r t u n l t l e a 3 y _ invosliiK nuj, dlocka. Bonds 4 0 _ iloiiey t l^oau, Morteages 4U-a -- t a m l l l Jboane 41 _ \Vanteti--To borrow INSTUUCTIO.N -40 _ ( j o r r e s p u n d e n c B Couraes 4a-a -- Mitccl aneoua .(j -- i n s t r u c t i o n Clusses 4 j _ siualcal, raiicluK. Uramatlo 4 5 _ _ p i i v t t t o Instruction 45-a-- i v i v u l j I n a t r u c t i o n -- Musio ku- -\v a n t e d l n s t r \ i c t l o n l,l\ tts'i'OCU -- 4T__Uoii3, Ut ta, O l h e r Peta , 15 __ t i o j a u s , (Jattle, O t h e r 41, __ i ' o u l t i y , KgKS and {,0 _ Wanted--L.iveut.ouk, JOir.V WAI..KER. J o h n W n l k e r , 3, » - u r a o l d , of Coal Run, n e a r M O J I T da|i, d l e J Tuesday n l j r h t In t h e J-'i.in f. H o p l t a l at C»n- f l u p i oe f o l l o ^ n i r ; . M o p e r a t i o n for app E ' i u J i c l t l s Ho i a h f r - i i wcrklng: In .1 i'o;il m i n o n e a r ' o n l l i i p t u p . J t e a l d o s I l l s svlfe, he It si " v U c t l by several f l i l l d r e n , also h i s f a t h e r , U e o r K e I'. " W a l k e r . Strayed, I ost, Found 10 UOS'I ·B. n.amp 10 ( . ., Avc lie ward address. O. rl ]isa No. I.-20106, Shn k, :tl I B K a l r v l e w 1' r e t u r n e d to a b o v e 1X3ST--Lady's w i l l e K l i t watch w i t h Viand, b e t w e e n C o m i P H s v l l l o S l a t o Hospital a n d d o v n t o w n s t r e e t s . I t o « a r J 1£ r e t u r i -.-cl to C o u r i e r Office. LOST--Oni« f e m a l f l Q p r m a n Police Dog, f l v o m o n t h s old, olor lirown. I j i b e r a l r w a i d i t r c t i i r n t J to 210 N o r t h S i x t h s t r e e t , or call ~ I, C n n n e l l a v l l l o , Pa. S T t . A Y K I -- T h r e e n n n t i s o l d s h e p h e r d c n l l l e dOK V . i l u d as Xmas present. I'.ease n t u r n lo l o n a l d S p r i n g e r , 116 1'orier a v e n u e Automotive Aatoinoblltts For Saio 11 AUCTION SAL.K- Of L'se-I Cars at i l u t i e l - Y o u i i K M o t o r C o m p a n y a t S i u t t d a l c , v \ l i l b e h e l d . S a t u r d a y , F e b r u a r y Siiml. 1'kk o u r .ar and m a k e a bid. 1'h n e 7l). COMIO IN TODAY! - A n d pay us a v i s i t , bst'oru b u y i n g ii Used Car. K v a n a M o t o r S e r v i i - e , W si O i a w t o r d a v e n u e . P h o n o IhS-l. DON'T KUKOl-ri'!-- J u r Auc Ion Bale On S a t u r d a y , F o b r u . ry i^nd. Satisfac- t i o n i n every n n p u c t . West Kltla y o t o r C o m p a n y , SVest C r a w f o r d a v e - u u o . P h o n e 4U7 n d 408. SAVK YOUaSEJ.K M O N E Y -- B y b u y i n g y o u r Us«d Car f oni 113. We h a v e t h e m f r o m JliO ai 1 up. C o n n e l l n v l l l e O l d n m o b l l e Co., 1 7 Kast A p p l e street, P h o n a 574. F E B U U A R Y U ALL, PRJ ViK DO NOT C p r e m i u m s b u t r e a l b a r g a i n s h l g a class Ubed e 5ED CAR SALE CES COT! FFEU -- Y o u any «o do o f f e r you in ro-condl tinned, ir.s Wo I n v i t e Yo i r Comparison! JPB--In best of con- 192C OAKLAND GO i dition. Priced at 1026 FORD ROAD ed. W i l l sell foi 1020 ESSEX COACJ Price *li!3. HUDSON 1 SEDAN- tsoail tires--$145, DODGE TRUCK- good tirea, new 9330. 51 -- Article** for Bale ul-n -- Barter and w'J -- Boata and Accessories iiJ- -- J U u l l d t n a , liuildliig Material. ^,6- -- 1'arm ai.d U a h y Pruducta B5. d -- i.-aini t.quijment BO -- l-'ucl, i'tcd, J j ' e i t l l t Z B r 57 -- Hood TtliiBS to Kat 4 -- .HouicuiaJa Tilings 5U -- iiousonold Goods 00 -- J e w e l l y, WateueH, Diamonds 01-- -Muctilne. y and Tools iiv;-- Muiical McrcUandlou O^-.i - -Itadio K q u i p n i o n t ti^~- tjeuda, 1'ianta, Flowera lil -- Specials at tliu Stores Ui - W c a r i n s Apparel O O -- \ V a « l e d - - I'o Buy U U O M H A.NJJ JIOA11IJ -- b7- -Uoomj \ V l t h Board 08- -ItoouiB, A'ltUout Board 1U -- Kuouis, (or VO- -- Vacation 11 -- W L o i o t Kat i 7- -- V V l i u r e u Slop In Town 7,5 -- YVunied--liaouUf or iiourd H K A l . KsTATi: FOll Uli.\T -7^ -- A p a r u n e n t s and i'lats 75---liuai!u KS i'lacua f u r K e n t 7l -- l''aiiriu a n d l^iuda for K e n t J7 -- i l u u a i s lor K e n t 7H -- olikct J.n 1 IX- :ik Uoom 7U-- -t,Uorti. M u u n i a i n , i^Lke for Kent hu-- s u b u r t u i , C o u n t . y l u r Kent » l - - \ V a u i o J - Tu K e n l UKAK KSTATli KOIt S A I . K K -- B r o k e r s ,n I t c u l liatate J -- U u s i n e s a 1 ' r o p e i l y £01 bale KJ -- ^\ritia .1 id -Luind £or ^alQ 84 -- Houses lor Salu 35 -- L.it» lor bal» fcHJ -- Shwre, M o u n t a i n . Like tor Sale )i7 -- i u b u r U u i Jor cale His -- To l i \ c n i n s e -- lU-al Kstate ht -- W a n t i - i J -Hoal K a u i t o A L O I'lO.N - I.K ^AL - UO -- A u c l t u n n . " ) , A u c t i o n Sales .V H K y . i ' 1 ' u v » i » w n o C 1 V K t ' ri of t i n H i t l s l i e c l m o n e y '-su no d i v i d e d t h r i f t T E H -- N e w l y p a l n t - [--A No. 1 condition. In e x c e l l e n t shape, E n g i n e l i k e new, p a i n t , panel design. CfiRySLER SEDA -i--Has a now car appearance, Use 1 v e r y little--?375, ESSEX COACH---1! 28 model. Will siell lor only *;150. ^ IT IS POSSIBLE-- For you to buy any one of these car \ t h r o u g h ovir ISasy Payment Plan, MISANS USED CAR MARKET Trades! Open I- vep.lnjrs! Terms! 151 SOUTH KIG1I1 Ii ST. PH'ONE SPH1NU J J COM]N3! Buy One f Our Good User Cars Vhlle Prlfes Arc At Thi r LOWEST! TERMS! TRA DES! TIC RMS! Stop ]i It Costa You £· Today ir To Look 1028 181!8 C/ RS (Two) Ch - v r o l « t Coaches. C h e v r o l e t Coupe. C l i c v r o l u t f ' a b i i o l o t . C h e v r o l e t \ach. C h e v r o l e t I V i i - t o n Truck. Ford, T u d r b e d a n , C h e v r o l e t J a b n o l e t , ' O a k l a n d C u p c 8tar C o u p i -- ( t w o ) . Till CKS ONK TON TRUCK -Chevrolet, In best of c o n d i t i o n 11 s f o u r speeds -- f o r - w a r d t r a n s m l s k . 1928 10L"7 19U8 O N R HALF-TON ID'.JS MODEl^ -- S \v i th door i n i t ' r u c k , 101!S model. ,ri L ' u l l v j r y Truck, MASON .MOT K COMPANY A C O l ' K T K U r S A U - T A K K H w i l l g l a d l y !!L'li ;, " i t \ \ f r , l i I ' - s u l t - p r o - i WEST APPLE P T I EET d u c l n t f aJ t ' M i l ' . i l l U - 1 3 - i U U and ask tat tiiU I f i - j s i r v i c a . , Trades - Open u r . t l u y a -- T e t i n s . PIIONE3 105. Automotive Automobiles For Sale 11 1P2S WHIPFKT COUPE; -- C h o r i p ( o ciui''k b u y e i . P a y m e n t s can bci a r . T. J. G i a h a m , I x ? l b p n n n j r , I'a COME IN AND SEE Tin- NEW NASH S T R A I G H T EIGHT EVANS MOTOR COMPANY Ii. C l L A V f F O R D AVE. PHONE 77. A at* Accessories, Tires, Farts 18 Wl! 1'AY CASH--For y o u r old worn out bus. Phone "88" and w e ' l l call for H A u t o parts o f a l l k i n d s FayeLte A u t o W r i c k i n g Co., McCormiclc a v e n u e Repairing --Service Stations 1« ANNOUNCING To My F r i e n d s And Tho P u b l i c At Large THAT FUEHRER'S REPAIR SHOP Is Now Open For Buiilness At 113 N o r t h First Street RADIATOR R E P A I R I N G A N D CLl ANJNG A SPECIALTY. FENDERS STRAIGUTKNED AND WELDED. AUTOMOBILES R E P A I R E D . AC'.'ELYENE WKLDING. WE ARE H'ERE--To i c r v e you and we g u a r a n t e e s a t l s f a p t . o n w i t h cv-ary job Our rates are v e r moderate. Cocie In and p a y us) a v i s i t PHONE 2012, EAR} KESSLAR'P SHOP--A utornoblls «cr"lco. Flat r u t e a If t l e f t i r e d All modern e q u i p m e n t Rhndo.s Motor KUis,, West Side. P h o n e 'M38. KIRESTONK RECAI'PING FACTORY METHOD To Keep D o w n Tho U p k e e p Or Y o u r Tlrej, WK WILI^--Renev t h f t l i f e o f a n y m a k e o f t i r e , rcstorir.K f o u r - f i f t h « o r l t i n a l m i l e a g e a t on-'-luilf n e w t i r e cos 1 . A FEW PRICKS 3 1 x 5 2 5 -- J f l T S ;!,!xO.OO--J8.25 We Use A F i r e s t o n e Tread No Waste Here There's no Eve'-y line ca Arid no time t ever wasted, from an acqu, gains which a Always Di The A Always .vaste of space on this page. rries a message for someone. pent in reading these ads was iince savings always result .intnnce with the varied bar-e offered. fferent -- In Opportunity B-C- Classified Ads :he Same -- In Service Employment Help Wanted--Feauti WANTE-D -- Work aa hoi sckeeper. Write Box 60 care Courier, Help Jfalt ACTrVK M.AN WATTED-- Orders £or N u r s e r y Stock aKrenta. 2Ilgli««t C'lmmlsnl chuilvo territory. S f n k o ^.'( ly. The W a y n e N u series, a r k . Now 1'ork. WANT1CD -- Ntiat youn; man o steady p o a l t l o n wllli oppori *xierienco m e d o d . A b o u t wftek to start W r l t a 3ox Cdurler. To boolc and hire ns. K x 00 week- ac., N « w - 'cr 25 for u n i t y . No J30 per 100, car« Financial! Investments, Stocks, B nds 89 ting- nc«7 .r.o--*n no ^OsK.CO--?3.75 yoxn.23--jo, so FJR31STOKK S K U V I C E STORKS, INC. W. A 'PLE ST., COI1 MKA1.1OW UANE. FltUMfi "SI.' QAU ET'S DUCO A VD BODY SHOF- Bo3y and Fender Hepalrn-- Iuco u n d top w o r k . Wo avc y j u monay. Phone 1073. Business Service Business 18 UAVK IT CHECK KD NOW YOUt IIKAT1NG SYSTKM'--Is it {riving you" satisfaction or U H coating you m o n e y ? L,«t m» p t y you visit wit I no obligations, A. R. BOYEH WA RM AIR HKATrNG ENOIKKER PHONE 3012. (.leaning, Ujelu^, U«noTatlng 20 SPECIAL--Week of February ITth to ISinl. Hat n n d suit cleaned ant preimed, $1.70. C o n n c l l n v l U e Cleaners and JDyers. Phone .180. Dressmaking aud MUilnery 21 WANT SKWINQ--Will call for work and will call and make fittings. Phony 194'',. Heating, Plumbing, Rooting HEATERS! FURNACES! HEATERS! Repaired and c l e a n e d . AU makes. "From W h i t e It's Right." 13(i South P l t t s b u r y ti!. For service, p h o n e 918-J. QUA1JTY PLUMBINO-- And h e a t i n g . W i l l i a m Seller* Company, South Plltsburg St. Phouo a-40. Prompt Borvlce. and s'uretj Condi GOOD NB\VS FOR CAJR OWNERS WE j)RE GUAD -- To a n n o u n c e to our c l l e a t a and f r i e n d s Unit we w i l l now p r o / l d e Automobilo I'ropcrty Damaffo Protection In tho minimum amount of $5,000 i-athor than |1,000 which 1ms previously been allowed. There will bo no advance In premium. This m e e n a that In tho e v e n t of an acci- d e n t for w h i c h you am legally liable, you are protected up to $r,000, t h i s sun' covering any damages Uiat may bo i- warded, all legal expenses In con* ncciloii w i t h the defense of the caa*, and all coats that may be taxed st the pollcyholder. P V5TETTEJ REALTY COMPANY SEL.LEKS ARCADE. PHONE 1370, Are You I n t e r c a t i d tn Ge S7 0 On 1'our M o n e y At C STOCK -- In l o c n l b u l h l i n s am ^ C H ' i a t i o t i o n c - t l i i r d p a i d , H \ l r i f , ' o u t of t o w n m l n e t d t d i r r s to « 11. W r i t e "K t u l l y C O u r l t r , i'awlly Loans NEICD MONEY QIUCKJ ,YT loan as- nbucrlber ling ciiali iy," care 4*-A 24 Hour C o u r t c JUH S«r On CAatl JvOANS Up To BMAUL, MONTHlrt PASTMEN la for f u l l Irformati-an -- J u "34" or w r i t e PKllSONAb r i N A N C U CO J12 WEST JUAWKORJ AVE^ lc« .300. '8 -- Come n Phone, 4PAKY JK. CITY Instruction Private iRBU'actioii--Mi tie 4-A INSTRUCTION -- P r i v e t s pUiio, ban.ju. g u i t a r , t i k u l e School, above K u r t z J e w e itandoltn, :. U l b s o u ry Store. Live Stock Poultry, Sappll B A I i Y CHICKS--Place your 01 P o u l t r y oupplle.'i. Ixjucks Co. Phone 133. 15PBCIAL 10 Baby Chlrka PRBK On Placed H e r e Kefoi-o M«.r QUALITY ACXIRiat»ITBlI CHICKS -- We have a «hlpc ing in moon, »o leave u« J order N O W ! PRISIJKH 134 V« . CIIA WF'JRi) A VB. PI )rdern j 1st, B A B Y ent com- »ve your CO. ONE 104. MetrchaBdue KirtlUze CONNJELLSVILLE CO KINO C AXr~12a delivered; Oo at tho wine, ''/eat Side Coal Company, N i n t h »tr«i t, corner Lelsenrlng avenue. Phone 070. Household Goods FOR SALE -- A d d i n g machine desk; floor show case, flat and one h i g h top 'leak; t cases and one back w a l l cas for barber B h o p or c o n f e c t i o n D u l l ' a Storajre, 1"2 Eaf street. Phone C-0. roll top top desk ree wall B u i L a b l e ary store. . Peach EqnJpoiCBt ATWATER KENT RADIO--Si Servico. Phone BOSCH RADIO -- Screen-Qri d e m o n s t r a t i o n , lladio Kervlc South Pittaburg; street. Phc t. Free ) Co., 135 10 1786. EDISON AND PHILCO--Radi a. Free demonstrations, Thomas J. Llob, 112 West Apple street. PI one 1002. Use the CtaeiBifted Advorti emcata. Merchandise JU41o Equipment «2A STEWART W A R N E R RAJJIO--Hear it b e f o r e buying:. A. A. Clarke D r u g Store, N o r t h Pittuburu street. Phon* THE NEW MAJJSKTIC RADIO -- Com* in and hear It. Uolde Tire and Radio Co., East Crawford avenue. Phone 10. Wunled--To Buy M CLEAN WHITE RAGS--W*ntecl. Will pay fie per pound. Courier Company. WANTED TO BUY--Flat top type- w r i t e r Je»k w i t h typewriter compartment at aide. Call BuslneJW Ofllue, Courier. Rooms and Board Booms Without Board FOR KENT--Single rooms or ap»rt- m o n t , second floor, bath. Ligrht and heat furnialifid, Kent reasooabl*. Call 1873-R. Booms for Housekeeping t» AVK., room f u r u l a h e d llgrht housekeeping Apt., bath, porch, private entrance. Real Estate For Rent ApartBMinta and Fiats 74 PATTERSON A V E N U E , EAST, Ill- Three- room f u r n i s h e d apartment. ONE REAR APARTMENT--Four rooms and bath, steam heat, janitor service. Kent $21.00 per m o n t h , liaxajir Bids. Apply Uazaar Store, Business Places for Kent 76 STORKROOM-- At 109 Weat Apple St, suitable for any purpose. 16x40. Inquire G lOc Wall Paper Co.mpa.ny. i«r Item 77 POPLAR STREET, 112. NORTH' END-A (food f o u r room t i o u u e Wlt'i electric, sa.«, w a t e r and cellar. House lit very best of. condition. Rent at $13 00 per month. I n q u i r e or call A. E. Wagoner and Son, 1000 Weat Crawf o r d a v e n u e . Phone 148. Auctions--Legals Legal Notii'es AIMINISTHA'TOn"l NOTICK. KSTAT10 OF JOHN W. O W K E K , l a t e of the lio rough it V a n d e r l j i l t , C o u n t y of Fayi'tte and State of P e n n - sylvania, deceased. J i t t e r s of A d m i n i s t r a t i o n o n t h e above n a m e d E n l a t e l i a v l n s been g r a n t e d t o t h e u n d e r signed, n o t i c e Is h o r w b g i v e n to all pernons I n d e b t e d to HJ id testate, tf make immediate p a y m o t, and to those h a v l t i K claims against tl c H u m e , to pro. s e n t them, p r o p e r l y iu h e n t l c a t e d , for s e t t l e m e n t . W. A. Cost rove, A d m i n i s - trator, V a n d e r b l H , Pa. H. K D i n n l ' s u i l d , Attorney, U n i o n l o w n , P: . iiOfebllt-tliurs. AniHINISTHATIUX' NOTICF3. ESTATIC OF JAMKS LUI3ATTT, DE- ceased, late of Wlckl a v e n , F a y e t t o County, Pennsylvania. Letters of rwJ- m i n l s t r a t l o n u p o n the abovo estntc h a v i n g boen granted t t h e u n d e r signed, notice Is h e r e b y given to those Indebted t h e r e t o to nv ko I m m e d i a t e p a y m e n t , and to those h a v i n g - claims or d e m a n d s to present t h e m for settlement. , Teroiia Lubattl (Massaglla), A d m i n i s t r a t e - , Wickhavcn, V. , August Slumondo, At tor icy, Jflrat N a t i o n a l Bank Bl-lg., Charlero-l, Pa, J O j a n - G ; - t h u r a Food Cooked in Aluminum Pots Is Not Poisonous A-PAJtTMENTS, HOUSES, STOREROOMS AND GARAGES--Inquire 120 West Peach street. Phone 4T5, FOR RENT-- House, six nice largo robins and bath. Nice porcheo. Large lot. Paved street. Pbojs,e 11WO. HOUSE--Five roomn, bath, electric, f u r n a c e , water. Cheap rent. Inquire George Conti, 408 N. Prospect street. ON55 SINOL.K HOUSE--Four rooms and bath. Rent $18.00, W a t e r paid. 235 ,S, Prospect St., rear. A p p l y L35 f r o n t . Wanted--To Kent 81 WANT TO RENT--Six room house with heater and garage, f r o m o w n e r o n l y . Best of references. P. O. Box 88(5, City. WANTED--One or two, threo-rooiu f u r n i s h e d a p a r t m e n t s , South Side preferred. Call 1810 befora 5 o'clock P. M. Real Estate For Sale , --.-.I. -,.--..-. ,,. . . - . , . . . ,-M....- , a , ,,.,.M^ Houses lor Sale 84 SCOTTDALE, PA.--New, modern six- room modern home with b a t h and all convenlencaa. W i l l hacrillce. Write 800 George street, Scottclale, Pa. Auto "Gas Mask." DEITVER, Colo.,^Feb. 20.--The constant menace of carbon, monoxide gaa from the exhauet pipes of automobllee nray be eliminated ty tho invention of a Denver chemtat. Joel G. Sharron, a chemical engineer,"has patented, a "gae mask" that flte on exhaust pipes and, the Inventor claims, transforms the carbon monoxkle fumes into harmless carbon dioxide gae. KEEP IN TOUCH w i t h opportunity. Rend the classified ads e v e r y day. INSUTtANCE--"We write It right." AU kinds. Cook and IxiuehUn, Inc., Insurance, 300 First National Bank Bui ding. Phone 520. INStmANCE--All k i n d s , e x c e p t i n g life. Bertha Cuniilngrli'am, ina., N o t a r y Pulliu. 41XJ First Natioiikl Bank IJui dinar. Phone 430. Res. 1003-H. Moving, Trucking, SUrn^e 2 GLOTFELTY'S TRANSFER--Local and J J i u : d i s t a n c e . Opp. A r l l t i g r t o n Hotel. I'hone K-12. Residence -IK Tailoring and Pressing so RICHVtAK CLOTHES--All $2250. only bji SimouB Cash aun4 PiifclW Sold A bird in a c ige is worth a hundred at large. And j n opportunity among the Classified Ac,s is \vorth more than all the others yo i never hear about. Take b old of some of these opportunities now! You D Have a Bird Cage? \* hy Not Sell It. Phoiel2, 13 or 490. Recent rumors, whicl have alarmed housewives in some arts of tho country, to the effect tl et fool cooked in aluminum utensils i j potoonoua or causal cancer, are unfo imled, declares Dr. B. V. M'Kkaiurn, noted nutrition expert of Johns Hopkias. All eci-en- ttflc investigations into aluminum in food, using the marvelouely accurate methods of star chemist T, b,wo proved there is no danger in euch food, according to A reaaeurinf article by Dr. McCollum In McCalt's for March: "One of my associate, Dr, O. S. Raek, and myeelf hav' carried on a series of experimentii to determine tho presence or absence o ' aluminum in many foode and to find out whether aluminum was a necesfary demerit in tho diet. "As everyone now krows, a nunVber of mineral element*, In minute amounts, are present ii the body; to discover whether they ire 'accidental' or necessary constituents Is one of tho biochemist's jobs. The last two years, for instance, havo eecn th© positive demonstratjon that we need a little copper in our food. "The older analytfee s jomed to prove that a good deal of .tlfltminum wa» present; but in recent years improved methods have shown that only a very little of it Is to be found in any of the foods which man ol tain« from, the animal and plant kfng-domu. "How aluminum usually finds its way into foods has a homely explanation. All dirt contaii s thie motal; and it is practically impossible to keep dirt out of foode handled in tho ordinary way. Th/ore is duet in the air of every laboratory and ?ven tho glees ware used by chemists for their experiments contains tsaces of aluminum. So it is not surprising that Bcientiste have alway t found some aluminum in every t h i n g they havo analyzed. "When Dr. Rask and I started out on our voyage of discovery we abandoned the ordinary che nical methods, using instead the system followed by astronomers In finding out what tho stars are made of. We burned certain foods to an ash, the-n icated the ash very hot in an electric %rc and photographed the light it ga-\ e off, the light having first been past ed through a prism. The prism, of coarse, separated the light into a wide rainbow of thousands of different colors. Knowin/? which of these colors belong to the different elements, we were able to detect the presence ol an element ovei wlK'n it hid itself away as a two- millionth part of the ash. "Utjuig thiri method, which is tho best available, we could nol (ind any aluminum whatever in env uncon- t.-uninattxl food l«rlvd from animals or plants. \Vo tested cereal gniins, root vegetables, fruits, and meats. In addition we investigated all the different organs o-t uriimals. Only in their lungti, whore feomo duet accumulates, and on th-eir skin, which could not be mtuie absolutely clean of dirt, could a l u m i n u m be discovered. "Kven when we fed rats for long periods on foods to which wo added reUUively large amounts of aalta con- t a i n i n g aluminum we could not detect tho nwrtal in the blood, musclee, brain, or other organs. The explanation te that, the intestine doefi not absorb a l u m i n u m ; hence a l u m i n u m cannot bo carried to other parts of Ilio body by the blood utroam. It simply remains in the intestines until eliminated. ' A l u m i n u m metal di«solvea fairly easily in certain strong ae!l« Accordingly, the Idea has gained belief that acid foods should not be cooked in aluminum vessels. Actually tho amount of acidity found in foods, even in tho hcid fruite, has eo little offc«t on aluminum that there IB not the slightest danger from this source. The amount dissolved by any of the bland foods lias been found to be negligible. Even tho acid fruity dissolved only traces. Frying, stowing, boiling, roasting--tho results are tho same. "Tho two conditions under which, the most metal" dissolved were (1) in. cooking highly salted foods; an«d (2 In rooking foods made alkaline with soda. But even in theeo oasee, the amount of aluminum which waa present in the cooked food wa« so small oe to be without any influence whatever on health. "All Ui"se results give us a clear anewer to our question. No aluminum is found in the blood, musclee, or organs even when it fe fed liberally. From time immemorial, mankind has been eating small amounts of aluminum compounds, principally in dust- exposed foode; but eince they wera not absorbed into the blood etreum, no harm wae done." Cooper Letter Worth $42. PARIS, Feb. 20--A letter of Jameai Fenimore Cooper to General Ldifayetta ie worth only $42 on the Paris market. This sum was recently paid for an authentic letter of the novelist Cooper to the soldier Lafayotto whon. !t wa« put, up for auction In one of the largett art auction roome of Parfe. The lei- tor was dated December 5, 182G, and conveyed the sorrow of the American novelist at the nowe of tho death of Lafayette's son-in-law. Patients on "Volcano." JACKSON, Miss., Feb. 20--Patients at the Charity Hospital hero, a titato owned institution, are being "t-eated, atop a volcano," the state hospital board reported to the state legislature. A Bteam boiler In the basoment hae twice bee:i condemned and is likely to explode at any time aud result in death or injury to more than 200 pa- tiente, the board reported. Farm Crooks Slippery. SIOUX CITY, la., Feb. 20.--Farm hands who leave the farms to turn out to be "big city crooks" a,re the hardest of tho criminal eloment to apprehend, Chie-f of detectives,Maurice B. Farley of this city has decided. They lean on telephone poles, he said, and the average officer passes them by without a second thought. Uso our "wan-t" aidvertisomeeut. 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