The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 26, 1930 · Page 7
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February 26, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 7

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N K S D A Y . I T . R I i r A U Y ?«. 1330. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELUSV1LL 3, PA. 1 J AGE SEVEN. AMERICANS IN FRANCE SPENT MUCH IN 1929 Heavy Tourist TRXOS Sond Many Ylsltors to Other Countries, Ry HALPit T I K 1 X X K N United PT^JSS Staff Coi rreDorulent j PAJUS, Kt'b. 2G- Tho t*v-oral h t m - , lr«l thousand A t i i f r i a n tourists w h o trofl OVIT Franco l.iat yver. t u n n i n g on r«uiv!ll"'s golden ' t a n X digging i n t o ! In Paris;, turned France's cle- flclant I!-;K!O balance of $ 8.000.009 Into « nankMij; Ualamv favorabk* by a b o u t 1 1122.001'.000. ! Although 1929 w w !o - of n tiavM ' year t h a n any y«-,ir « i n u 1024, aa f a r p« American touml/^arr {-oncen«vl tho | French official sources ti.x at $210,000.- [ 000 the amount of A ncrlcan fcold , poured into the lnts of French holte-I- ' ·reoper., music h a i l o w i . e r s , nulroa!i ' and fiteamj.:iip-. j Prances' t u t i r l K t a t t r a c t i o n s ,ind »-.e!uc beatific-, b r o u f i l i l her more in ' h e r e x c h a n g e w i t h Anienwi t h a n d i d 1 all her im-i i htmo'lMP etporls Ainorlc in i tourist-, l o f t In Kruno* five tmifv, tb. j H i i i a in sold th i t F r r v n - ^ paid to t h e Tnitcd Statin lust ve.i- o n h e r w . i r ' lebtfi u c o u n t ' Ve' FHIIK*- I « o r r . t , ) r p c i i i i M - t ! u i wiin a i t o t u C t i l / 1 -Urn i' in t o t n . i t tr.ivol t l u r i n x l U - O '11 t \ \ n l l ritroot erarth, s v h i c h - o t i ' M i ^ i A i i « " ' u a ha- lu.'i an Im n « l i t t c cfi''( t · i in ) t r a v e l , iind t h " R i i i t M i i , ( o m j : , i " \ ] \ c i i i p ' } w h i l e hit-t je.ir at t h V t i m e I 1 \\a- fl!l"d rtith A m e r ' i i n » . vu.it inutiic on t h e prolitn o* Uu .r j a - M n t e HI Wall Street Several fluv.-i ir'i a Ixindon new ·- roper pub!i?icl a pho'ocrnph of tht» f«mou; tenn..-! cxMirit of Moute Carlo on a 1 r.ght J a n u a r y a f t 'moon. Tlldf-n Wd.-i pliiytni* ,i r = i n s r h « m a t c h , and yet 1hf two p l a \ i r - . .-nd t h r l r two bal!bo.\-i ·were e x a c t l y dcuble t i e n u m b e r «i «le;titorR who sat in I l i o m f l i i o t i dol- ' Jar trt.indr.. Krora u n o f f i c i a l hiK f o n s e r v a f i v e *wnirciv( ( it w learned t h a t American tourlft.-i left 2,o;iO.O(K).'ifjo f r . u K s loss -hohiml them in 192!) t h i n t)ie provsou» year. Most of that money w o n t t 'fierminy anci I t a l y v l f r o t o u r i « U are 1 beckonel w i t h promise-i of relief from rrexAt.oue taxation That ha-; kvl to a ' [jew u n d e r c u r r e n t of p'-otcst in France )«gainst. th-o many pett taxo^ to winch td vtettlng foreigner K subjected i In France tourists pay $J passport ! jflrina, which ItaJy an«l Germany have away wilh Fi iinces cnarge* · tourists $4 "port fee" which'is iln maJtty rooaitt to to-in a f u n d from | 8eamanVt penslonn aro paid. ' anil Italy pa: their seaman'e fcpons^oos from domestic taxce FTJIHCC obltRes a torrist to t«.ke out ^B police Identification card at a cost ' ^of ee»«ral dollars after a month'*? stay. | ,rTbat neoe*ieitato« lonr waits in d i r t y i ^X)ltc» headquarters co-ruioi^, w i t h the ' »tmmpher» of tobacco smoke, and sus- I IpiciOT peculiar lo r")"'' 1 ^ ho-ldqunrter-t, Prance then charRfs u tax and a j *ie. luxe tax on hotel Mite, r e s t a u i a n t · ifcUte, taxicab farcfi. railroal tickots, ' wlotn it everythiiiK purchnstx! in the stiop, and besides, c] arjjes a "tax de . jnejot r" in all t h e watering resort.i, ' this a l t e r Intended to help tho r«tHrt« j i k e e p tiio stroots clea 1 !. j Sit co I t a l y and Ocr nany have made j .Amo Icane welcome ; nd havo done' ·awaj wifi vexing taxes, thoy h a v c .reap"d tho gollen re-ward whl h Krarce Ig IwginnKip t regret. 1 T h u r e 1s now a m o v e m e n t to spend ( $100 000.000 a year i tuurlrtt propa- j ;Stuul.i for Fraiu o-, j u s t ad (ioruuuiy | 'd/es t u t the goverumont hn« done | n o t h i n g to lY-duwt taxi* on Duty 'GOOD RESULTS IN THREE DAYS \Voman Get" QuIrK llellvi l-'rom Sercrc I'ttln. "One l"ittio (if ^ V n · ;dom ho mil' ti for rn* 1 tl.«it von a l i c i i t lr " s.ild Mr* 1 Tonic h a s niu-it t - H I Hi. P a r k e r 1 uf N ' o n e ^ ^ c n . t'a , t ' ) t ' ' ( I t l l t r K K t ah tic ·wni:|icU «p h -r p u n I.IS.P ot \\ u r l ' l H i T u n l t "I ««') i n a U n i b l e st ito \ v l i c n | U t"i.J.n Its ».SL-. i-.nu 10 m.in.v of my | k r o u l i i ^ s t i a i o lioen t c l | « » l t h a t I am MWrc I h u v c at l o a n t ' u u t u l t h e r i v r h t I |r»m^tlv. Por tho i.t t j u i r i have Vault ' r o i l m o r n t h a n I can t f l ! Most _ f p n l r f u t of a U W C I - K I'n- s l u r p aches, I n n i v bark. i i r m s a n d s h u u K l c t s . \ V h n-.-ver I would a l t Ions in one p"sit l n r i xnl v v h n n I had been l y l n j : d o w n , m y tirms and bark voulct h u r t me so t h a t ' c o u l d h a r d l y h o o p f r o m c r y i n f f o u t . T h e trouble.- a tirted w l U i my e t t i r n x c h a b o u t a y t x v i »c(n. At first I on!} f*l my a p p r l l l i ' Then I f e l t d i s l r » » i a f t e r catltu; ^»on 1 belched m u c h pas. I liad to i ai {)hy."ICH. My « k l t f?ft y c l l ^ ' W u f i n ' u ! m y b r e a t h ba- i c a m e f o u l V s i u f f o r c t m u c h f r o m t h e j H i r , b u t I H U f f o r u l c \ c n more f r o m t h o him i l l a t i o n r H bat b r e a t h anil t h e Ksf "n iru' ,'itomAch I wnn a f r a ^ to y:o i n v place. Thfia hos yxiins boj^itn -t!i u.i' h.ick iiiKl arm*.. They worries! 1110 n r l u v I d o t - d i l to try World's T o n ' c cth^r rcrn.'dl"* hnd not holp»d me n nd y e t I k n e w l o n i o t h i n H : cxl»t?d f h i t w o u l d r e s t o r e i ly heiUth. I )isid t a k TI World's Tonic fibout throo dJiya b f t -d I t ' f l t any run! boniMlt T h a n !S " ' i m p l to me th.it my stomach was l f ^ it^suler '!'!u nev day I f e l t b e t t e r in \ c r v \\t\v. a n d 1 h a v e n o t h a d t h e p»l' i t h a t w o r r l v j n e So slnoo I t is ,-lf!i «!v xi cinlfful i v ' i a t h e l p AVarld's , Ti" i ' i i = b e e n t ) mi ,-n soon. j iui K ^ i n i to taK* ft (nil course of i .«i,\. iot!!e- and I am Just an Mire t h a t | I «! i',l l c as w o l l a.i I e v i r wn.s i n m j s t o i r ^ e . U In h n v i n t r i l f e l f , t h t i o m n u t h I n i v i - i t.'it« w. 1 v i'f i n I'oniph to re- /111 . UIJ Delivers These Items It will pay you to consider the needs of you - home now, and take advantage of our February Sale, especially now that we have made the payments *o very easy for you; $10.OO Will Deliver Any Suite Illustrated Here $1.00 Delivers These Items *^jT , " « J*l i f i \?*~ r ^*fei aJ Bridge La up $6.95 5 A r t i s t i c hrttfsi - plated J base. Fancy paind rl shade ? with boad fringe. i Clearance of Bedroom Suites This popular suite, onr of our best numbers, hid ide* ·1 pieces as pictured. Really a d*-| /I Q great bargain at. only . .. - . ]?JL'l.t/ All 4 Pieces Are Included! A suite of exceptional merit, and pricea low enough to interest t h f moat thrifty buyer. It consiflLs of Bed, Dresser, Vanity and Chest of Drawers, o n l y Metal Beds $5.95 Up Reduced priofs for t h i s sain of n i l saies. Bed as j]lustrat"(J. Pan* i ceDter, High Chairs $235 Very oomfortatoiy tapered back. Hardwood golden oak color. AluminHm.tra7 sold separate. Sensational 8-Pc. Dining Suites Reduction! When you sec ' h i s creation you w i l l appreciate (h immensity of this Baviiig. B u f f e t , Table and and 6 damask seat chairs, n t ..._ LuXUrioUS 9-Pc. Dining Suite Onn of our finest suites--ordinarily selling for over* $200. Arm chair and 5 diners d»-« \ t with damask scats «DJL4i:«J ) Coil Springs $9.95 A set of these Simmons springs will give you sleeping comfort that you never dreamed possible. Cedar Ct\est $9.95 A husro price reduction! G e n u i n e Lane i ed cotlar chest. Beautifully finished. See This Special! Save! . Distinctive, large, graceful arms; Serpentine front, with nch drop-carvings! Reversible cushions A^Modern Mohair Suite ' Richly upinolsteted-*in quality.«mohair with spring cushions, reversible. Conelsta-of,sofa-and club chair, wing or-button back chair Bed Lamps $1.95 Look at thif bargain! Smart georgette crepe bed lamps. Choice oi color. COMMUNITY DOLLAR DA YS Thursday and Friday Look What Your Dollar Will Do at Zimmerman's Odd Dressers $12.95 Anottser value in our February Sale. BrrUfc-of-itardwood in Boudoir ("hair $11.95 Sturdy fram-. Spring seat, padded iirms and back. Cretonne i-overed. 10 Columbia Records For / $1.OO Metal Paper Basket $1.OO Be mtiful New Shuidovr Lamps O icnille BrthRugs $ I .OO Choi -,e of Color. \V31ow; Clothes^Bzuskets $UX) If ask Strollers $95 baCffes cowifi only np** tbey woaW a Uoyd stroller. Jutnoir Lamp Shades $1.OO Hand Laced. You'll Always Do Better at Complete Hnme Ritnishers Fine Mirror:; $5.95 A Venetian style with bevelled edges and richly ornamented as illustrated. N u t it « n v s ii H I T " o f f . o t i f i l n ic! .is ! » · 1 1- S ·* l 'I % l " P i t K r r t i n t l i t . !-i l \ i' I l l ' i 11 . l l O l p t it " i T U U .'is I n ,,, j ·. i . n i - '"i Ht i , t i m t i n i i U - ! ni.r '-(.it '· nu'd i' »· - n l rt h i ' · n i u i . ,1 ( I.. I , i i 1 'i 1 . 'U' · } n i l t;.'t '. ,.' i \\ n r ' d · To - i i - . u i i | h e i n !).· i , M ] I . i S . \ il'.e l ^ t . u r fn , o- ,mv I · · ,t ! l " I ' l l - ; si "·· - i V - ' J ' t ' -- ! M mm ' j ll( , ( Adi. Patronise tbono Tat» advertleo. Lower Rates on Air Mail; More Pay for Contract Carriers By U n l l o d Pr. 11. WASHINGTON 1 . Fob. :G~ .Mr mail poatng« i n t o s probaMv ^ i l l be revised soon 'o bfneflt both the pneral public and t h f aviation oompj, UPS. A resolution rtiangini thf coinoen- '«riii(in of air mail onrricra and provid- 1 Ini; a lower rate for the atrmail pn- ! Iron IB now before the House ot Rep. i'usfnditlvw. It probably will be acted ' o n tivirlng the present at'eslon of Con- I grass. The r«80lution le lh«. outgrowth of n B-eries of conferences between Poet- master G-enorAl Brown and th« air meil operators. It contemplates abandonment of th» preeent poundage bsfiis of a_ad Lh* *Mbati±ntkm of payment til fix«! ralo« per mile definite weiglit-spaw Of interoat to the p u b l i c In a i tion of (lie resolution rtxlucl IK 'iir " postage rnteH from live celitd (or flret ounce and 10 cents for each si' ttonal ounce to five conta (or t 1 ounce or fraction thereof. Strong «upport of the bill bv transport operators ii indicated by rocent favorable action of the Asroi Ucal Chaittber of Conunarae roDrcs- or ing, n m o n p olh-era, t h e transport linen. K urged u n d uffiritKtlH't 1 action on HK* Hon, air '.he ui- nt- Dickerson Run DICKKRSON RUN, Feb. 26--Mr. an! Mrs. Jmee Steemah of Froatburg, Md., di'fi spending a few days visiting the latter's mother, Mrs J. P. Shailen- Mrn Iloyd StAUffer IJH^ ret muni to ,l;u'k C'ocltran of Poiryopolis. her IjoriK 3 al DIIWHOH HtttT :t very, lransa'(i!ig !juxin«vtt IHTH pltsasanl visil w i t h fri'inH a Burin-,- [ 11101 n i n g "He, Pa j J. C. Collins of MoK^»porl W a h r l ) u H a r r y Uoi-s oC Ohio is «poi d i n g tho' '"£ "' frlemte here Monday eviimip we«k her« wsitnij? MR raothei, Mrs. 1, Mre. J. C. Stickol ha B r^tumori home' after spoiifjfnjc tho past week an Uu: R. George Lttckey wa« a Con iell8vill« business caller last evening. Mw. George 1-overgood and children on gueci of friends a) M or/ran town. tor HarpaJus T TIM

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