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i/\ t a r: JJAiJ,i. 1 CUUKlJilR, COXNELLSV LLE. PA. PAGE FIVE. SEC. DAVIS BLAMES DELAY IN TARIFF FOR UNEMPLOYMENT Immediate \ o c o s s i t y Is ;Hfin'_'. Fm-toriox H i t s , on ( J o o d s 'ow Ini p o r t e d . URGES HASTE ON BUILDINGS BILL Mount Plec sant MOr.VI I ' I, K. \SA.\T, ""01. r5e r M i r t n ( h o t h n K\'1 I'ro.v rodiii-* 1;* v / l i i r h f ' r - . i c .MJMri Clai'ii c o i n n ; : i n i ' y n u i s o , made t h e |iav.t m o n t h . It sho\ M ( h had in;u! 4 l i t v i s i t s an bml Tli A Eorl at o v* unit;, fit Cloor, flio- r i o;iorl 1'nr i t she t ik on . I O S K P I I M. I'.AUIIX ( ' o r r e s p o n d h r,. A l i p l ' i y t i i c u ! !.!"-; i l - - ' n!' T I P A d m i n i : : lia l o n n e f r o n t hrrn:;h ·whr r e p l i e d : I'emocrat., N ' r w c r i i d o i t c i n v r I n e r t , l.iavi: a Cab; iii w i t h "I a d m i : t ! i e r e is 1'av is h a i i l . 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Tlio ! .adieiV lilble U I H S of tho r . t h r e n C h u r c h v v i l l meet a t . c i oil T h i i r s i U i y e v . M i i n p . A i d Soi'lrlv .Mr *ts. al the v' 'c'ora- shot-H, H a n i 11. ( i r i l f i n t h e Ladies' A n i i i n Presbyter!; business and was hotiteiss , were d Society of ' n C h u r c h at t o c i a l sen- i n f lr.it t i t m 1 hi vcn'.s \v i t s i: A dm in 1st r u y in'".it i n K-:; K !' piwious com- t l l l ' l - e . i i n a r y w o v U e r s i n a m i ci r'.t'.n'.y ·!:!,- at w o r k . t h o find t a r i f f '.f h u i l d i b i l l , a n d ' i i r ' · d e c l a r e d . " S e n a t o r W a n n e r m a k e s u r.reat. Svlioiv o f i n d i g n a t i o n h a t t h e A d m i n i s - t r a t i o r i lias n o t Lieon a b l ' - I D overcome t h e w h o l e o f t h e n - r r ; t i e d i s l o c a t i o n o f business a n d c o n s e t u e n t u n r m p l o y - Jiieiit r e s u l t i n g f r o m t l i c s t u c k i ras-h jn S e w Y o r k . I h , - ^ c i i a M r ' s l i m n e city," Davis said. "'Senator W a t c n e are for m o r e Ke BSPncies a n d t n o n 1 s-e it. hoped for of t u t i i r c c r a s h e s . " I a m i n a c c o r d \ . : m'?:'. HO 111.' o f tin 1 :-'.' 1 i. r i s ' i ' now. For wl:: · (lie p r e s e n t A d m i n i:- Jlin.idcd in'ce^.sary plo r'inent a::r n if ( h r - M i K h ( h o bui.'K'-'t, no: y c ( pasw I Hi; of far m o r e f;* f i!, is i h e n r u e n t p u b l i c b u i l d . n t ' . - !i!!l H o m e , a n d t h e p u b l i c w o r k s i n JK.v a w a i r i i u ; s" iibove a l l , t !i I ' o l ! lit ·,. t h e lor (iol by l a t i CM'I o t h M a r y Stoner of '''arr. who w i t h a mai-t-oi I, has j a l i n i i t i l t o i b e M e m o r i a l H o s p i t a l f o r ! t r e u L m e n t . ! 3,'eeilul at I n s t i t u t e . ! T h i t i v « l a y e v e n i n g , M«i! 'Ml '· a t S j o'clock a program w i l l us presented ! at the M o u n t I'leas.-int. I i s U t u t e w h e n ', p u p i l s appear in ·;,. roclt.il. to whic-h : the p u b l i c \ c o r d i a l l y ; n v i t e d . Tho '. fallow'!:;. 1 : w i l l t i l ; i ' a p r t on Ihe pro' K r a m : M a r t ' 1 K i i n e h a xl, Stephen i Stiino, Kara A l b r u - h t , Mis. K l i / a Show, ! Mirx ( M i i i - \1vrx. F r a n k --Vkols, John · Mis;; A l a r y C r e f S l e y , M -n K H u i b e t h : P i t i s l i - y . Aljs.-; R a d . M \V-. ihe!, ( ' h a r l e f , I Moore and MU.i ( I r a e e ( I i t h m a n . i O t h e r \e«s. i O l i v e r Qneor, sou of M r * . X e l l j e (Jneer, WAS a d m i t t e d to he M e m o r i a l ; l i o s j i i ' a ! for ire-;Uniei t. Herbert j ShaffiM', ^on jf ,!otiO[di Shaft'or of i !'.ra«liloclc llouil a v e n u e , who ;« i l l , I w a n a d m i t t e d to Ihe hosp ;al for t r e a t I nient. i A l i r i d m v j ^ i r t y w i l l b held at tho · homo of Mrrs. ( i e r a r d S. l ; r y e- on S4»t- i t i r d a y .-jfieniooti at -:."' o'clock for ; U x l i o n e l i t of the mules' home (jf tho : M e n i o r i u l Hi i - p i t a l . ' Memb( rs of t h e j u : ior c!as.« of H u r s t Hli?h School w i l l prer-ent th' 1 ' a n n u a l p l a y , "Stop Tti ef ' a' t h e h i s h i school on March 7, mid ~r !h^ d i r e c - t i o n of Mrv. Kli/.a!eth Hi ssoll of Conn t l ! - v i ! l e a n d M i s s Klivca .Mti I'ottri o f : : (1 rcei:-!)iir:.:. Th" class r,l o w n r s - m a r k - DISABLED DRIVERS MUST PASS RIGID TEST TO QUALIFY Htiroau Issues S.IJS'J Sucli Licenses Al'hM- Special M x a i n i n a l ions. Spee a 1 t o T l i H C o u r i e r . ICi. M a r r h 5.-- U n r i i i R i the year 19:38, Motor V e h i c l e s Comm i s s i o n e r l:lynon said t o d a y , d r i v e r s ' ; cards were issued to S.'.IS- men and J women, p h y s i c a l l y disabled in s j m e ! p a r t i c u l a r . Of t h i s n u n i l x ' r 1,"XO liad ' d e f e c t i v e "loirin?;. Of the d e a f , O]i- I o r a t o r ' s lice'ises w e r e issued to -4111 i upon p r c ' s e u r a l U i n of p h y s i e i a n s ' c e r i t i t l c a t e s . A t o t a l of 721 have more [ t h a n t w o per com of normal h e a r i n g , l a u d 116 a r c doaf mute's. i Of the remaining 7.J.02 crippled m e n j and wou'p.n the cards granted ",0"! ' w e r e r e u o w , i l « ol' previous licon.".-;-. j l . V U ' t licenses were iKtiued after a n ; e x a t n i n a t l o n by motor patrolmen. --ir pasue^l on the basis of doctor's corlillcates, 'I'l were pawstd f o l l i w i i i . ^ special G X t t n i . I n u l f o n , and n i n e on ttie- basis of s a t i s C a c t o r y e x a n i i n a l l o n of t h e i n f i r m i t y . A i o t a l of 15 licenses w e r e rovokfd, 12 because ot f a i l u r e tu take examination r e ( u i r ( v l , one for f a i l u r n to lila doi'lor's e c r t i t l c a t e , two b o c a u s o oE ileifijctivc vis ou, and t h r e e b c c n u a e t h e physical c o n d i t i o n of the applicant was found in be s u c h that they c o u l d not. d r i v ; w i t h safely. The card of one deaf IIUKO was suspended lMU';iu,st ho wu.i iidclijted 10 t h e use of iiuoxi- c a t i n g li'juc,rs. T h e i n f i r m i t y file contains t h a c a r d s of n u m e r o u s cases in w h i c h operators m u s t Euibml 1 . to t l o n , tiieir (ouddtion beim; suc-h t h a t a progrt-taivo I n f i r m i t y may o v e n l u a l |v New PuMic -Service Commission I Mllo R. Mnltbifi, of NPT/ York, \rho was appointed aa chairman of ,the Public Servica Comminsion t« ' fliicceed William A. I'rcnderg'ftat, -'resigned. The appointment wai announced by Governor Rooneveh -and ia for the unejrpired porticx l»f Mr. Prendcrgn-'it's m n r i y r a r i t i e s of so-;tlli"d i«synliolf j- Iciil t e s t s . ( ' n d o i l b t f t d l y it w . i n l d e a n e x c e l l e n t f e a t u r e w o r e s.ime pr; t i c a b l e i i i f t l i o d a v a i l a b l o ')/ w h i h s u c h le.st.s could be : ; i v e n , as woi d perhaps a l s o a p c r l n d l r a l t ^ s t of 11 o p e r a t o r s , but. as ye! wo h a v e be r, u n a b l e t o d i s c o v e r a n y t ' e i w i b l o r lirac.tlcable m e a n s liy w h i c h t h e s e | - ' o t h e o r i e s cmi be p u t i u i i p r a e l i c c , « an a n n u a l o x a m i n a - j p c c i a l l y in a s l a t e v-n l a r g e and hi i n g FO m a n y l i c e n s e d o p e r a t o r s P e n n s y l v a n i a . reach the poiut w h e r e in sait'oty to I "We do, liowever. r r q u i i o ,uppc sr road i aera, t l i n uperatUi;; i i r i v l - ' ( P ;t. s for o p e r a l o r s a f f ' l e i e d , v i ; h sot NEW GERMAN STEEL MAGNATE It was a g o t h a i m a n a g e r S m e i U n g l i o i i Die 1 lege must t o w i t h d r a w n . | U u r l n g I3.!! e x a m l n i u ) ; u n i t s of t h e i State H i g h w a y Patrol e.xam-ined .'!07,7.^2 a p p l i e a i ts for the d r i v i n g prlri- ; lepe coinpa-ed w i t h :J57,U(iU d u r i n g i A c c o r d i n g to (.'ommUsioner l O y n o n , : the s t i i t u l u r t i r t set f o r tlieso e x a m i n a - t i o n s have been c a r e f u l l y m n i n l a l u r d , ; and w h i l e P e n n s y l v a n i a j;ivcs wl'.ut ia j rwosjnizcd i-.a perhaps the fairest, ox- i a t n i n a l i o i i ol any s t a t e , t h e r e is a m p l e ' i n d i c a t i o n rial t h e n e c e s s i t y t o r t h e · e x a m i n a t i o n of now a p p l i c a n t s la , w a r r a n t e d a u d t h a t s u c h e x a m i n a t i o n s h o u l d u n d o u b t e d l y be m o r e rlj.;id. " D u n n s t ie y e a r n e g o t i a t i o n s h a v e ; been u n d e r w a y , " said C o i i i i n i t i s i o n e r ; K y i H j n , "to i n c l u d e v i s u a l t e s t s as a i f n i r t of the.-i-? exauilnutioiut, ar.d e a r l y ; i n l!KiO i t i s hcipod t h a t we m a y bu a b l e to i n c l u d e it f e a s i b l e aud prac- i n e n t a l or p h y s i c a l i n u r m i t j , and 1 iT-i'ordK in o u r i n l l n n i i y u l c sl^ IS.-'.i'S .sncli o p f M ' a t o r K . m a n y of W/n .suffer o n l y f r o m K I!(.:!" p h y s . c a l ! l i r n i i t t o s . bus of w h o m i'. is l i i g i ] I m p o r t a n t , tl'iat wp h a v e such a reci | iti t h e e v e n t (ha!. ! f l u e n t l y be i n v o l v i I to w h i c h in some j firrnity i n i i c h t ). ! cuu.ie." w m ·i- '·y ·d t h e y m i . v H t l b c- 1 I n an a e c l d e .t, i t A t . u i i . ' t ·". (he :i;i c o : i t i ' i l J i j t r -j- t i e a b l c t i j i - t of eyf.'Klfiht. of all apt a l e n t . ui(l it w f h o i g l u t h a t tin; j , , [ i c a u ! H for o p e r a t o r s ' iieeiiM-s. IH; alx ve t h - a v e r - j · · i t t a l a c . - U i e n t p r o v c n l i o n 11,-s i n ; ' r e s t r a i n i n i ; those p e r s o n s f r o m d r i v - ' -- ; ini: who do not have !he noec.j.iary j p i i y s i c a l or m e n t a l f[UaHnci,t.ions con- [ d i u - i v c to t b o i r own s a f e t y or t h a i , ot i o t h e r s usiivi tho h i g h w a y a. a t i d i n i i e h j i h a a beau g i v e n to t h o , SPORTSMEN'S DR1/E FOR F/IEMBERS BOOSTS LOCAL TOTAL TO 410 Nol So Fait Thp f r n l n wns j m l l l i i K cut of · je platform. The old g p n t l r m r t n T as j u s t s R t f l l n K d o w n r o w f o r t / i b l y . !·( d- t j n t i l y t h n door h u r p t op«:j, a n i l a .voimp man tnir.liled i n t o the ' n r r i i ;e nru( seated Iiiinscl! 1 , p a n t i n g i id I!i!!!n£, opposite (he okl g e n i l e m n i. The Intt.er looked en w l ' h o b v l i us disapjirovnl, "You must be very u n f i t , yoi i;* j man," he snltl, a f t e r n n-hi p. "V." y, j w h e n I win* y o u n s I n e . e r | , a n t e d t i d ' pot out of b r e a t h 1 lie t h a t a f t e r n l run." "Perhaps not," returned t h a o'.t sr, r e K a i r i l n p Ms breath n little. "Hn I missed th.'s ( r a i n at ths la;t s t a t i c i." 1'Al'I, KliSOKlCMlOTI, Press Staff C o r r e s p o n d e n t . BVORI.IN. M a r c h 5.-- A-m OUR the i n d u s t r i u l i s t f i , Die .sine! k i n g s and t lie m i n i n g m a g n a t e s of G e r m a n y , union!? i t s K r u p p s , i t s Thyssens a n d i t s Voo'lers has s u d d e n l y a r l B e i i a. TIC.W l e a d e r , F r i e d r i c h KHcli, w h o bids fail 1 to become, if not. " t h e I n d u s t r i a l i s t . " ol' G e r m a n y , t h e n c e r t a i n l y t h o domi- n a n t llg u r c i n i t s nloe.l i n d u s t r y . A( I h e e n d o f t h « w a r Flick was, r e l a t i v e l y " [ l e a k i n g , n more nobody, H s u b o r d i n a t e e x e c u t i v e - in a s m a l l smelui;:; company. Today be is tho o i v n e r o f e x t e n s i v e T u i n i n s I i r o p e r f i f - a and, togetliiM' w i t h Otto W o l f f , also a n e w c o n i e r , he controls a m a j o r i t y of l.ho stock oC the mammoUi U n i t e d Steel W o r k s , the Hteel t r u s t of Germ a n y . a little, more, than 10 years Flick was named general in Berlin Tor the Charlollen C o m p a n y . Under his direc- J l r m oxptiritMicwt an nnox- peet.ed o x p a n s l o n , a c q u l r i n K , among o t h e r I h i i i K B , c o n t r o l of the. BisuiaTc.k f o u n d r i e s in W i e i k i e , Poland. The p a r e n t c o n c e r n also hud .subsidiary in W e s t p h a l i a , t h o Yv'estphalhui Steel Works, with w h i c h Flick merged soy- em! .smaller works In We-stem Germ a n y b e l o n g i n g t o t h e Bismarck comp a n y . This w a s b u t t h o beginning o f Flick's u n u s u a l ri.se. A year or two later, at I ho start, ot the inflation period, G o r m a n i n d u s t r y f o u n d ilaeli! 'being s h a k e n to its f o u n d a t i o n s , while, a t t h e n a m e t i m e colossal new comb i n e s were b e i n g erected alnrost ovar- n 1 gilt u p o n the r u i n s of concornn thai had collapsed owing' to the depredation o.f money. liy 193fi Flick was recognised as one of tho r e a l l y i m p o r t a n t Ilgu.re8 In Weet C J e r m a u i n d n s i r y and t h e r e wore persons who suHpeeted that, his real goal was control of t h u biggest mining and m a u u f a c u i r i n i ; c o m p a u i in ihe country, the I'nited Steal Works. This IK-\if( w a n strcntithenecl whoji he allied himsi'H w i t h OUo ^\'olff. R e c e n t l y , and a g a i n working wilt 1 . W o l f f , he obtained c o n t r o l of a mining concern, tho Phoenix, w h i c h owns 2(1 p e r c e n t of tho t Ini ted Ste-el "Works stock, so that today Flick and W;!ft' h o l d a m a j o r i t y of tho nte-el trust's shares. Since t u e n m a n y rumors h a v u bflon alloai as to tho nature of l''lU:k'3 iiest move and t h e r e luis bcon hle s p t c i j i a t i o n over the of w h e l l H - r h e w i l l o p e n l y ta'Jie over the d i r e c t i o n of the steel t r u s t - Tiion? has bren some talk of A l b e r t VocgU-'r r e s i g n i n g I hi.; c h a i r m a n a h i p of the U n i t t d Steel W o r k s and of Flick t a k i n g his place, but. w h a t e v e r he p l a n s u.r liim.-,i-!i t h e r o in every i n d i c a i i o n t h a t he i: ; about to wag'! a d e c i s i v o b a u l e w i t h his r i v a l s In thu sle;l Held. Some of tliese, l i k e t h i ThysauJis, a r e ii.lre.ady r c t r w i i i n g , Patroniv.od t.h-^e who advertise. A'ortli P i i f s J i u r ^ Street i e-i t he h u n d r e d ; ars w o r l h i,f goo i m p o r t . I n f a c t , tli!.- (joia o f s i i i t a r i f f t e y i s on an; more res] m i s i b l e t o d a y for it ins; i M i e n i i j l o y . n c i i t . t h a i : a n y .·]· f a c t o r . " VIEWERS TO CONSIDER BUILDING OF ANOTHER ROAD IN "GUILER PLAN" I N 7 0 N T O W N . M;uvh f. .ludj-Ce f). °\V. I lendorson a | i [ ( i : n t e d D. I 1 '. Bane, H. H. t i u n s and J. V K. K i l l s as v i e w - er:-* i n S h e m a t t e r f t i n ? b u i l i U n p ; of a L O W road in C o n i i e l l s v l l l e l . o w n s l i l p j anc. Uiey w i l l in,ike t h e i r report, a t t h e | n e s t term of c o u r t . I T w o n ' y six IX.TSO is signed t h e pet i t i o n , i i H - l n d i n g t h e road . s u p e r v i s o r s mil! other officials n' t h e t(Mvn;;hi|). T!i" p - e t l t i o n c r H a a k - i t l i a t a road be 3aid o u t e o n n c f f t i i i ^ t h e S w a u g e r t o w n road u(;ar t h o eolo-i.-d clnireli w i t h Ku:.t C r a w f o r d a von H' near tho IHMUH of J. 4;. A I I K ' C - Tlr.s road w o u l d I n - clude .several i m p r ived streets in ·what is k n o w n a.s tho ( i u i l e r p l a i t . Th! petition vva.-i p r e s i M i t e d ID the c o u r t 1).V Attorne-y !·*. iv Y o i i n K i n (if RALPH GOE M/IDE SCHOOL DIRECTOR AT VANDERBILT K a l p h ( U ) e asoinned hi.-; jH:t as a ' ineniber ot the. V a n d e r b i l t Board o;'j lOd'ieation a t . t h e i n e e i i i i K T n e s i a y j orc-ulng. Mr. i o e nicctHMls Dr. .1. l l . | Ha'tlt'tt who IIHS i!i')v! (d W a y n e s - ; b t i r y . I I ' - w a s elf -tel at t h e la:;i. i \ i : ! t i n u ; J f r o m I'a e v e r y man to p l a y t h e gan d e c l a r e d t h a i a c c o r d i n g l o f t h o S t a t e ( i a i i v o C o n two-t.c'iithri of one. per c« who go h u t i t i i i K in tho ; p a r n o u n f a i r l y . I n evt TOO.tiOD hnnU'-r,- in tho 1,-IOn i n t w o y e a r s d i d g a m e f a i r l y , ho added. .1. (.'.' I k - u t t y of U n i o n c o u n t y in.-; pec tor of tho J Forestry jt W a t e r s , poln Hoy Scouts how thoy t j.»resorvation of the y o u i of Uio e o u n l y mid Stat t n e ihinuer.s of forcsst d^j "Our aim now is fo V i r t u a l l y a l l of tho ol boe-ii c u t out and t h i n v orocl w i t h y o t n i K '.iiaber. out of t h i s by Ilrt won! h u n t e r s of uuyis to coci- «'lportunitie,'i." Robert (',. Bryson of Kayelte county gamo t c h a i r m a n of the county trol committee, gavo a vermin k i l l e d last year. "In tho period f r o m to May SI, 192!), a total cats. O.IiDr, g r a y f o x , -.97 fiO,IJi5r weusels were lei s i y l v a n i u , " Mr. Hryson Btato paid out ?S8,27« in "lu l-'ay^tto c'ouuty, dr period, live wild caUs, I' ·ti! r'd fox and MO weasc n u t t i n g a t o t a l b o u n t y Owing- to other lutiw of Trauger, d i v i s i o n B u p «am-f proteetors, Harold lumbar, president of C o u n t y K l H h Oame Pi e l a t i o n , and Mrs. Sarnie of (.%)nnollsvine, r e p r Idullyb' A u x i l i a r y to tin; men, were unablo to · were .scht.'duleii to give .Musio was p r o v i d i ,1 odist P r o t o K t a n t Sunday ;« O n e . a f u i r l y . " i f e i I n f o r m a t i o n M i s s i o n only it of all men tate play the :it thoro are woods, about not p l a y tho own. K a y e t t p ^paj'titiJMt o! ed out to t h o in aid in th« .f, timberlaiHl . !le toU! of l o t i o 11 by fire t h e f u t u r e . I l i m b e r h u t ; e i n l i y i» cov- T h e w i p i n g I r!(.!|)rivo Hie of. excellent C h a l k Hill, r o t e c t o r aod v e r m i n I'on- esnnio of the l u n e 1. 192S. ot 278 w i l d i rod fox and led i n 1'enn- 3 aid. "Tho bounties." ;'in,K the Kanw? t8Ji ;;ray fox, H were killod, $1,99;." Bort W r i s h l ·rintondont of 1). Carroll of the Fayette t o ' t i v » ASHO- 1 I,. Kletchor vsen.titu; the ·ounty BportH- dtcnd. They 'alks. iiy t.li-e .Meth- KchH)l Orch- I ' u s l n o s ? o f a r o t t i n e n a l i i r e w a s 1 t r a n s a c t e d . Surnmi c I Have You an | Acid Stomach?i H I / M M I T , M a r c h 5--\S i l l i a i n Sioaky. w l i o h a w IM;OII forilinoil to liiri hunio I'or hovcrai Uiyti w i t h g 'ip, Its uhle to bl! O u t I L r i l i l l . Kubon, r.iHitty and '.lio." A l b o r t a C u p p of H u t e wu« c a l l ; ig on friends FOLLOW^ CHOWDS TbTHis qwatmim deafance SALE PIIOI-ITbyTHESE SPECTACULAR Crowds! Values! IN ever before have we staged a used car event that has attracted such tremendous crowds! Never before have we been able to offer such amazing values. Remember--during this Great Spring Clearance Sale we are featuring used cars with the genuine red "OK that Counts" tag--your guarantee of qual- ity and dependability on used cars that have 1 een thoroughly reconditioned. So ietermined are we to clear our stocks Immediately that prices have been n thlessly sacrificed. Read the ty] ical bargains listed below. Act quickly if you would save as never before! On! y a few more bargain days left! Hurry to this sale of sales now! BIG BARGAINS IN 4 AND 6 CYLINDER CARS . . . SEE THEM TODAY -PlaU'orrn haul ins. r . . | ·!' i l l , "iv f i r : ! U f rs u r- ... ; f t - V ' ; ;*., \ v . \ , n . . i ; I ; i v M V m i l c h : · , · ; , [ i- » : · y u u : ' ' . = j t ! l . U ' ' f . ;. f ' . l e i ) j ' . v :n:M cr!:": _ V M I ; !'t.'\! i:;' '-'V-. " . ' , ' , , ' , ' ' i l ' - n n .Morrin of neu l-:lm d r o v e , , . . , , , ' ] ; , , w h o had been v i s i t i n g h i s parents fur I., !',·'·· ·.a-,- i h e laiil m u l i t l l . tUai'Uil Of M U l d l u l o i l , I o w a , (.m S a t u r d a y . Mr. and Mrii. Jtobcrt J'.all of Broolf- M - i ! t i o i i i i - ' . i r ··:' a i t . r .-.'r.'ct:;. ,( : v a l e « p o i i t S u n d a y w i t i tin-' latter'? !TM-,v" M l t'i^'^'r'M':', ' , ·V;\ l :;l',', si ; ;, t , . i - a r v m s , Mr. and Mrs. J .hi, UarnUnrl. ' T r \ u i:.i! « ;,i:.". ·. - .-.,·.! i l k , - ; ; . i ... ; i. : Mr. and Mrri. J a c k A atthmvs and : *'··!·· al: :' · ' ' · · _ ' ' : , i k ' ; , ' ; ; ' L : ' ' l ''^''·'·'·'·'··' , c l i i l i l r e n , Mists t:ora and Harold M a l t - 5 r!! l v"ur i a K .^iiMciVxn,'''|,A'V'-.-t' o'',-"^',rn^ l l l ; w ; f Uit'n«r wro 'iaiUng their «, ·'· i i n i n s - D o c t o r j i v c i M u n v " v i i;i.. . a u n t , Mrt,. Commodore J ike. 1928 CHEVROLET TRUCK- bot-'y. Good for general Spt cially priced at 102;-) BUICK T O U R I N C -- A n ideal oar for tho man who drives to work. Inexpensively priced at $100 1929 Chevrolet Ton Truck I'ouv apoedK, f o u r brakes. A-'l. eoncli ion. 32xG tire on roar. A liarga n at Tomorrow one h u n d r e d high- priced, richly fur- trimmed Winter Coats go in the Clean-Sweep at a fraction of their regular prices, These routs formerly sold for double these prices. The sale price Is less thiin the cost. You'll find broadcloths, suedes, novelty fabrics, hlaek, new colors. Sizes J I to 52. Formerly Sold to $22.50 Formerly Sold to $35.00 Formerly Sold to $59.50 Never Before Such Values 500 Pairs of Women's Low Shoes Values to $5.00 -- All Sizes in the Lot. Black Suede, · Black Velvet, Patent Leather, Brown Suede Brown Velvet Straps --- Pumps- Oxfords --· Ties 200 Pairs Women's Low Snap Rubber or , in K»V- '·ral n o w shades. A 1 1 to K. HJi'S CHEVROLET COl.M J E - Has been driven o n l y .1.2,000 miles. .Looks and runs l i k e a n e w car I M I I G OA1 LAND COUPE----in ti'oocl con$300 d i t i o n . fas l « f t . in it. Special ol' (.raiisportiiticm · i t h ^ - i T l i o m i n i aP'' o l t . i f " I ' - T .1 · ' : » : ; 'I'iiosc who adveri.:«« in Tha JDallj j 1 . 1 H . - r s . : C o u r i e r . i BUY "OK" USED CARS FROM YOUR CHEVROLET D E A L E R MASON MOTOR CO. l-'7 M . Applo Street. I'liouo 105 «.r. i n j l K f f s t ·U go lt)u iin-.1 stomacfi Movers . . . cleaners . . . locksinilhs . . . carpenters . . . all are listed in t lie Classified Telephone Directory. T E L E P H O N E Patronize Those VSTio Advertiae in The

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