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TI K S I ) \ Y , J030. DAILY COURIER, CONNELLY VILLE, PA. PAGE TI VK. 23RD DISTRICT COAL PRODUCTION 10,321,819 TONS T w o Thirds of Q u a n t i t j Mined U PlanK on I n » ' t l » « ronnl. ol FOR QUICK, HARML£S 5 COMFORJ Children K»OOI*nP«nCM.UAI; 1H£A,H:Y13U»IHESS 44 MINES ARE IN OPERATION E W W i l k i n s o n n ^ p e v i n i of m i n t s f o r t h e ~''ni l i i l u i i u o u ^ c i , t i u i nt P ' n n s . - l v a n u .111110 me i d t t i i t Or pro- i d u r t i o n n t c o i l d u r u i i ' tin \ f . n II 1 ") In his d i s t r u t . . . h . \ c ( l , t t o t a l o f i n 1 312 S19 i.ot t r » r , , i Tht 2 T r d c i i s t r \ ( mr'ml-o 1 - K a y e t t e ' a n d (Ireoru- c o u n t e r I ' r o d i i c lion m F ' l y p t t i N c o u n t y t o a i l e d J B M G I O I K i t e n s more t h a n t h e c o a l m i n e d in G r e e n e c o u n t y T' i . . i i j i s t p r o d u c e ! in the d i s t r i c t «!-, the 11 ( 1 - Y i c k j Oiko Compam \ v m 1,1-S. ,9( n o t t o n - . , w h i l e t h e H u c - l c e v r ( - o t l (.otnpanv ot j Oreeno c o u n u w i n e x t w i t i i 1 S 0 7 - i 352 The Mna.'lri, p r c i d u c o r HI Mr I " W i l k i n s o n ' s d i i i n c w d ^ \S K I , I V P U KOOC! of K c i j e l t p i c i i t i u w i t h r i,731 net t e n " f o r the n n e \i 11 pM loci. Kollow ins" is a nt ot t h e F a v e t ' e a'icl G r e e n e c o u n t 1 p r o d u c e r s w i t h t h o a m o u n t of n e t t o r 1 : p r o d u c e d t fMi'li H (' K r i c k Coke C o m p a n y . C.uetto C'onnty, 1,92s,'!8(i i e t t a i n H u c k e v e C al ( o m p a t n . Or MK c o u n t s 1 M7 '· '-, K h a n n o p i i n ( oal ( i i m p . i n v , G'eenf. r o u n u , G i r , ' , \ r . I'm i t a n C o k r f t m p a n y Faye't^, U7,582. Frede ic-kjstown f o a l u n d CoKc\ C o m p a n y , Greene, -!70«! r i7, MonosMHi foal !i C ke ( " o m p a i u , ( ! i t m , - M S 7 2 ^ , Hec 1,1 C"'U C ike I ' o m i i n v K a v p f t e , J f i l , - !)·') V. ,1 H a l 110%, I ix , K d v o J t O . 2T,,- 4M , M n f l i ' i - h ' r i I P ,, (,,is Coal ( .irn- p i n v . d i e t no '-' mo R e p u b l i c - l i n n Steel C o m u a i u K a v e t l - 1 6 1 , 1 2 2 P^im-I'Ut C o a l t ( oke Com pan v, G r e e n e 153,107. ' \ P M P o i n t M i n o u Coal ( o m p , m \ , ( , i M ne l l t i V i j . Pms o 1 Coal Com pain l \ i \ t t u , I 2 n i2ii f ' a v u o r u ( oa! C o k e Con p a n \ , K i n - e'to, US -IOU, Al.tiJe S t e r l i n g Coal Coin p i n y , Cireene, 91.'.10, l'\i"otte C'oKc C m i p a n , Fay-tte 7s 7T.7 Poland Coal C m p a n j , ( l i c v i u . b i . l j , ! , , ( i i e c u e 5..S02. M c K t o l K Coal Coiuparv, J'tyottc. l l , H 5 1 , C i ^ n s b o i o Ga-. C'c al , ! GdANT DIXON MOUNT PLEASANT STORE ROBBED OF$138, CASH (jnantit] of Merchandise Also Takon From Main Street Chain Establishment. WANT TO BUY WATER PLANT C o m p a n y , G r e e n e 7 , i l C k e C ' o m p a n v , l'\i c t t e , Cike Com f u n i , Fa t t t e , C i a l C o m p n n \ , K a / e l t c Cike l o m p . i n \ , F ' a v e t t e ( o a l · ( okt % cmT m \ A V l n ^ ' e K l Coal C o t i ^ a n y . F a j e t t e . 1 1. 1 " 4 , I'ec less Ftie t c u n p a n j , h'a\-et.ti i , 1 ' T57 VV R I n o n f o o d , K a ^ e t t e , H r i l Coal k , 2 -»is W h v t ! I,!)8t B ) i n c i:ri,;ii. Hope ! ' J , 9 t O Davis 19 S3') 5 7i9. to a!, I f ) {(. Production V^n etle c o u n t Greeno t o u i i l j Net tons -- ,SJ't n e t t o n H h j C o u n l J c s 3 S15.S19 10,312.819 Of the 71 ovines,, 11 are In opcra,tion T h e r e w e r e 2'.' 10 mine.s, also T^ t a t t l a c c i d e n t s in u u-t ita.1 O u ' b i d c Impr«a»e 1 The ooIoRflfll niajeat- of Now York Impresses Itself even upon the very younE A small gen lecnan of pro- kludergarten nge rvas brought to the big city from a New , ereey town for a visit to his aunt. A mile lives near the roof of a nkyscn per apartment b u i l d i n g The young visitor planted himself at n window i 111, pressed his nose against the gla s, snd gaze-i! dreamy 4jed at the p noratna before h i m "I bet," ha aid, solemnly, "there's millions " * · · "Twould Be Fun One of the most cx i t l n g yet harm- lets pastimes is the irgnnlzatton of heirs to the estate of gomo one whi l i \ e c l -'X) years or so npo. Almost e \ e i y o i l y has Its bai d of crusaders who claim t h e nccr eel h s l l l o n s of good old John FMtz, \ \ ' o cinte, ncc'ord- !UK to s p e c l a l l j m a n u actm ed legend, o n n e d most of the til r o u n d i n g ( e n l - tory In America's l i i f u it clajs. There are. for pTttraple, mai v orKanlxatlons of "heirs" to the EiiRll th oatflte of 3tr Francis Drake And here in New York, I am told, some gent as has got up a scheme to trace i n d oiganlze the descendants of the It dtan gentlemen w h o .sold M a n h a t t a n o Peter M I n u l t for the well-known 324 nnd a d r i n k on the house. W h a t a \ t nt Interesting lawsuita could jjrow i oni this! Modern Di ma* A l e x a n d r e Dumas ' , credited w i t h h a v i n g done aometliln unique i n ' t h e maintenance t his fai ioua fiction factory, in which he ke t n staff bncty writing Tor him But t h e r e are m a n y Mich authors today ( 'ne u e l l k n o w n fir his t r n e l book nnJ artlriea, n i d l n t a l n s a luturlou. country home In a New York subur' Here he hn.s a workroom 100 feet onj;, where five si'crt'lnries are const n l l v employed Ilia chief secretary 1- a woman who Is ready at a monu nt'-* notice to hoard a ship find RO t I.'mopo to Interview 1'rlnce Wboo It on the cur- r e n t unrest In Siluri i. A» soon as «hp h a i questioned 1 'IP prince she hurries horn£, wrltefl he nrticle--and fiis^nc the name of the modern Dumas, ·vino then sells It, on the strength of his name, for a high irice * * Rapb«r f Wftprerer t h e r e Is t w e r l c l l n ? or s U'til prem.ere, a lowd is sur« to a i u l e n t s n c m - l d t . i l , m i m l x i e d six Speclnt to The Pourlcr MOUNT PLKASAXT, Wb 2o -- The A and P store in Main s t i e o t was iolbcd csi r ly S u n d a y morning S-kott -Nciclerlusc r , manager, w o t k e c l i n t h e store u n t i l 1 o'clock On r o t u i t u n s Irom c h u r c h Sunday, as was Ins u.mal custom he visited tlu store to see t h a t ererylhinj \\ns, a f l right a n d f o u n d t h a t tho rear 'side door had been u m m t e d A hi avs' iron bar was used The i obb r w e n t t h r o u g h the ware l o o m h u n t e d w h o r o t h e m o n e y w a s hidden a w a y , taking, !t was said, bet w e e n $118 and $145 cash. A c h e c k (hat was with tho money wus torn up and Bcattorod about. Several boxes of d o u g h n u t s -wore taken from t h e ware-room Lloulerutnt Smith in Charjrc, K i r a t L i e u t e n a n t Ted Smith will h a v e c ' h a r g e (£ Conyany E, 110th I n f a n t r y , until a f t e r the Federal inspection n March, at which time a c a p t a i n w,!l likely be appointed There lids not I i ^ e n n c.-iptain named to succeed the a t e Captain W i l l i a m Spirko. Committee on Uetrwit. 'I ho co'nmJtteo 1o a r i a u g o t-or Iho delegaLloi to the spiritual r e t r e a t to be hold it the Clrec m.burg I'mted B r e t h r e n Ohurvh T u e s d a y , March i, is mado up of H J Shape, W K S m i t h , T J Lcwib, Mrh. T S Hyde, Mrs Ira w ance and M4«s Laura Wefts. 1'rof Gambles at BIalr«Ule. Prof. ,1 II Gambles was a jecent g-uost of Goorgo \ V l l k i n a o D ot Biairo- v i i i e - and played b e f o r e tho Tiotarv C i t i b a t t h a t place W a r t to B u j Wat^r Plant A p e t i t i o n l o o k i n g toward m u n i c i p a l ownerjlilj) of the* plant of tho water c o m p a n y , beinir circulated bv Tony S t o v u i i * , Hcnjmnin Bair and H a r r y K a h u , foi prebcntatlon to council, hai t x i n filled T h e petition was piepared diul circulated iu t h e hop« that the i H U e n s v i l ! be relieved of t h e inc r e a s e in ratoti pyt i n t o effec-t K h i r e l h i v vt.itoi p l a n t b u s been taken over l% t h p Citizens Water Company of Si olldale P J M u l l l n of th» rtri .tad w a t e r toTimitto^ ha« been appointed a i menbor of i-ountll to look i n t o tho malt'ii cinci bruit? hOmeibiiiK bet i ' i r c o u n c i l tli.il may be w o r k e d upon It was u t a l f d t h a t a petition with 2tiO luilurs on w i l l be turned iu. and I hat t h i s w i l l be s u f f i c i e n t »'Viclence m a t t h o t o w n s p e o p l e a r e interested ami w a n t home action Car of Hags Aftro. Th« vo t i n t e e i f i r e cie^partmont w« c i l t i ' d u i t iiboLit 5 !0 o'c lew k thi« gather. Usually the onlookers j:nz« ] m o r n i n g v h i . n a ca.i loaded w i t h rags \ v i i h respect/nl Interest at the wed- on t h a U a i t l i n o r u £ O h i o siillnj; i^iught Over 60 COUE tries Now Treat Colds Without "Dosing Modern Vaporizing Ointment Fast Replacing Old-Timc Internal Remedies. \ g e n o i a t i o n a,,o it \\e* the ciib- t )tn to give lariu' dos«\j H i n t e r n a l mediunes for coicir. and almost t v o r y h u m a n a i l m e n t Then, a N o r t h Caro l i n a pharmac.ist originated V u k a A a p o f i u b , the n « l e r n method of t ' c a t i n g ( o l d H w i t h o u t "do.sing " Today, the w h o l e t i e n d of me-dlcal p r a t t i c e 1(5 away l i o n i n«*edlets "do*,- Ae more and more people adopted tin-* nicKlorn external t r « i t n i e n ( , the t.tme of V i c k , sprca*! u n t i l today it ta tno fctdndby for coUlt--Jidulte' as well ati children b In over 50 countries. Thw evcr-increising demand is e n o w n in tho ftgiiros ot tho faniilMir \ l c k s slogan. M:.du famcru-s when \ l c k H icacdod "17 Million Jars Usol "Yearly, ' and later raised to "21 M i l lion," thrt^e figures too, have leen mt- grown, «s Uic'ro a r e now "Over 2B Million .lar.s Us-ed Yearly," in tho t'nitod States.--Ad vortteernent Confluence b 25--M«« W AV. hc visitors at Pl»te- COXFLUENCK, frazee- was among b u r g Saturday US-B tho CUxs^ifi The f o l l o w i n g h i ^ h school e l u d e n t B 1 accompanied by T teacher Miss Helon C u r r a n , w e n t b ""ittsburpr Saturday a K! visited the Cai nogic' Library gath- j «i-lng data for the i debiting t o c i e t y j Mli6«s J u l i a VrA£C*\ TxtuiMt B u r n w o i t h i a n d Estlier Prince and Nupene a n d ' d i r g or t h e a t e r jrue-sts wonrleiins; w h o ' thc'v 8'r» nncl a d m n l o t h e i r c l o t h i n g But at a premiere the other n i g h t tha crowd was unsymputli tlc toward one a r r i v a l . He was an e lerly gentleman --old enough to k n o w better--who a t rived in n r a t l y racci on coat, belted, nnd a very formal top h a t . They laughed us he walked from n trvxicnb to the lobby entrance * * T Foil TrufEc Within the last th ee yeari trnfflc has speeded up considerably. Tail ohaniTeurs are Inlinl sly better and faster drivers thnri t iey used to be I have often wondert t what broughi about the change, ani It wasn't untl the other day that I learned. It ap peon that tlie c o m p i n f e s operatic) the big taxi fleets l i n e more men thnn niachlnpg, nnd i l r t N e r s are re quired to brln? in a certain amount cjich day. If a chai fTenr's bu«1ne»a falls off during one ptrlod of duty, he is laid off the next d ly. So they nil hurry to get as man fare's as they larentad Pin The present search of the Smithsonian Institution foi early sewing machines Brings to llg it Indirectly tlia story of the Inventlo i of the safety pin by Walter Hunt, who lived In New York In the ea ly «lghtles. It x\as Hunt, and not Ellas Howe, who made the first sewtn? otachlno. Hunt ·was always Inventing things-- he de- Vlsod the breech-load) ig gun, for one thing--and hnd considerable buslnoM with one John ChapU , a patent layer. One day Hunc c illed on Chapin to tell the lawyer he had no monoy to pay a $15 bill, nu it paced up anil dovm the lawyer's o* Ice, and finally cried: "I have I t ! I I ! pay you this af tornoon " He hurri -d to his workshop, made the first s ifety pin out of brans wire, Immediate! sold the rlphts for $400 rash, and pah Chapin his $15 at -t p. m © 1930 Bell By i r t t r l U ) Kenneth B u r n w o r t i and Roger Boor, j Perry County Mine Fife Frank Wutfcon ol Pittsburg was here y "torvlay on rotit · to Somerfield on buHinee:). Charles Rird of Acldi«on wat-. here y-ilerdiy t» ioui v to Casselman on The following pe-eons were recent v fcitona to Connell-tvlllo Mrs. Harv-ey Y o u n k i n and d a u g h t e r Mr'-. Amanda Tie^vl, Mn. \V \ l i u r n w o r t h and Mrs I 1 K. Vlncout Mr and M r j J b B u r n worth and cl u t g h t e r , f i e r a l d t n o , were.- l e t e n t \ -itors to Pitt^hui p Mr ami Miv \\ \V K i n / e e ,uid d i u g h t e i . .lulia. \ i M t t - i l (lit- f o n n e t ' a 1 thor, I/ot K u / c c .it'iil S5 j i a i , old, \\ ho hasi IKIMI i n po r lio i l t h Mr »in! M i n 1! !' l i i o v i n and cUui ' u r ljiui'..i, u n i i oun'i I A ! I » ui J i l i i f , t / J i l V I i a i i l V l i i h H r u v v n ^ i u t ^ N JVlm. ( l a i c l i i p p t t iiul l i t t l e il.iuj h t f i , C i i o l i c u 1 , ol Moii; i t i t o w n , \\ V.i , motors! t' Hp*»i irout, W Vu Siuui.n j a.id vfcnted at Mrs C ' h l p p t , h o m e They iij'-o vieitcd at I'trra A l t u \\* S'a Burns Aftur 45 Years New Lexlugton, Ohi i.--Perry county's 4o-yoar-old mine ire has broken out anew In many pla es on the hills adjoining New Straltsnlle, Ohio. The latest damage caused 1 y tho ftre came as the result of burping coal under the New- Lexington-£x) ;an toad, causing the highway to dro · four feet into an old mlna entry. Welcome A,- turad Tha CoUecjtor--I s t a l l call ngnln nert week nnd, reiiieii ber, t shall ex iK-ct you to pay at IP st half of t h i s bill. Mr. /iverbroke--I'll lie delighted fo h a v e von will. It w l l be n pleasure to entertain uu opdm st I l U e you. lire ' ( I n raKs were* in a s t c t l car umf n n i y tlie wood m u w . n on top of the cir b u r n ' d T t , f \ « i rt Uemr loadod bv M B a r t o n of Q u a i l ) n i i o e t Thev w e r e a r e c t h i i i ^ mu-i-. of tluinea and the ilrcn ui had borne- w o r k getting them separated to get iv.Uer In to txtlniruisa Uio flro More that) a hal c ir of t l e n n rags had been loaded M i . Han on could not estlmat* hie loss. Personals. Mltss S ira Homer will le«.v« 'Wed- ne day ft r New York City, w h e r e she w i l l visit a. trlend over the wi'6li.-«c B L. Afalk«r, Jr, is visiting in J ' l i i l a d e l p h i a , New York aud G«tty*- iHirg. Me-rritt McOlo\, a studont at Gottya- bur|? College, bpcul the week-end with hiti ]wrents Joseph H u l l ot riufTBdJile umlerwent sin orenUiou at tao Memorial Hospital lor ajpc.i diciti» Mrs. Mdrgari-t H u r s t MoCun« and cluimhtei of WlHdusburg Hpent the week-end with M r b MeOuue'sj mother, M i b frank l l u r b t Mr. an I Mr« Russell Mathias o( AUron, Ohio, are vlBlttiig with Mrs, Mathias' jjarentB, Mr. and Mrs, Homer FORMER PERRY MINER KILLED WHILE RIDING MOTOR LOSES BENEFITS I'NIONTOWN, Feb 24--According to a ruling by Judge Thomas W. Hud- tiou thfe morning a miner who rld«s atop a motor going to or from work, instead ol inside coal wagon, violates a section ot tho m i n i n g law aud 1« not entitled t cxmponnatUn benefits. Three lodies who h-eard the case of Mrs. Mary Lynn, whoee husband, P«il Lynn, wa, Killed in the Isabella min« August 1', 192S, rthile a'idltig on top ot a inlno rnotoi, concutred In the opinion J ynu and bix other men climbed m top of the motor after It ib found there were no e-mpty coal car near. All disobeyed the warning by the toreimui. Lynn's head btruck the roo! and he wag injured fatally, Thci Jjynna formerly resided in Perry tow nshj.p. At the nmo Cynn met his death, he ami A n d t e w Dubosh, a. former resident ol V inderbilt, were riding on tho op ot tho motor. DuboHh also "was tilled Joe Kedorko, also a tormer Vauderbil' resident, chtiaped i n j u r y in .lie samo mishap Coming events cost their shadows before" that prolongs AVOID THAT FUTURE SHADOW* By refraining from o v e r - indulgence Men who would keep that trim, proper form, women who prize the modern figure with its subtle, seductive curves --cat healthfully but not immoderately. Banish excessiveness --eliminate abuse s. Be moderate- be moderate in all things, even in smoki ng. When tempted to excess, when your eyes are bigger t lan your stomach, reach for a Lucky instead. Coming events cast their shadows before. Avoid that future shadow ty avoiding over-indulgence if you would maintain that lithe, youthful figure. lucky Striker tho finest Cigarette a man ever smoked, made of the finest tobacco--The Cream of the Crop-"IT'S TOASTED/' * very one knows that heat purifies ancf so "TOASTING" not only removes impurities but adds to the flavor and improves the taste. It's .toasted tYour'T'irogt Protection--against! irritation--against cough* *Be Moderate! . ; Don't jeopardize the modern form by drastic diets, harmful reducing girdles, fake reducing tablets or other qi ack "anti-fat" remedies condemned by the Medical profession! Millions of dollars each year are ·wasted on thes ridiculous and dangerous nostrums. Be Sensible! Be Moderate! We do not represent that smoking Lucicy Strik » Cigarettes will bring modern figures or cause the reduction of flesh. We do declare that when tempted to do yourself too well, if you will "Reach for a Lucky" instead, you will thus avoid over,-indulgence in things that cause excess weight and, by avoiding over-indulgence, mairtain a modern v graceful form. TUNE IN--1 he Lncky Strike Dance Orchestra, every Saturday night, over a coast-to-coast network of the N. B. C © 1930, The American Tobacco Co., Mfts. J FIGHT AVC^TX/ Give Your Chtl( rert Looking ioi Bargains 1 Read the advertisement* In Biuly Courier. Th« EMULSK »N|-- ,. jCOD-UVtR OIL/W %DE(TASTV 10 Killed in Crash. I 1 A V - \ N A , Keb. 25 -- Ten p e r s o n s wen 1 I c i l l c d last n i g h t when a c r o w d e d o m n i b u s J o t i i r r i i i i K l i o u i f l i c Machado Cutj.i'ri {',1-tMt a i t p o i t wliith diHllcated ytat^rday, was ulna Ic J ipanfbe Dl^t I'ullod. Juia,n, Ft-b. ^ 5 -- A S[XK,ia! o! tho Diet will le held begin- n i n g Ajvril 21, the nov.mm«it announced lod-ay. The session Is sch«d- to la it threo Uae oui- "-want" adractiaa The World Over FIRE is a CHEAT DESTROYER Nothing earn withstand it. But ·OUND FIRE 1NSUHANCE provides .against it financially. J. Donald Portsr INSURANCE--83 Y E A B S Pliona 768- First National Bank Blig. Settle tinker , Coinp my Federal and Stuto Ta.\e Accountants aud Auditor* 1415-20 I'ark Bulldlnyr Pittsburgh, Pu. "Chicken Ranch" Distillery in N. J. oux claaslfiacl Prohibition seems to have brought fortli various hide-aways for illicit distilleries. The ttuist no\ has been reported from Vine-land, N. J., where distillery was discovered constructed to ' rious *· like novel distil ere a State look I part like a chicken ranch. (Above) Picture showa tha ry camouflaged aa a chick ranch. (Lower) State Troopers inspecting one of the huge boiler* part o t the bootleg distillery. giplpQ|(IOTysgyB*^ariirei'* r wqgw^*y*»*tfww»«l'l»iPww^w«nfc r T^*y^^^ 1 'p'a» ww w WW w mw w WMWwwwwWwVWWIp^MMMUuu PATRONIZE THOSE WHO ADVERTISE -*t

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