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March 7, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 10

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i/AJLUt FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1930. DR. MAURICE SAMUEL'New Soviet Credit Plan WILL SPEAK SUNDAY NIGHT IN UN10NTOWN Does Away With Money f I 1 I I dl M ' ·., -.! i f l i,\ r»,s 0 1 1 o ^ p u t i l e u * . I r u i s l i \ i i t l u M j i n d hoc f u r o r J n s f I I o t i M From I rip ( i 1 ' a l p s t i i i o . CIVILIZATION'S FATE HIS THEME I O I H I f 1 l - , \ l l l I p t t l V !· ( I f p p l v I I I - t ^ r r ^ t o t i i n t l i c lo t i n in in;, \ sit In Main u n Sa:niu 1 l a i i i u i i .uttho! w h o \ \ i i l ( h v M [\ lau on-, I c t t i n e Phf Ka ot Oin ( i \ l ! i / a ! i o n ' «it tKe S\ n IKOJ.IH t in on tow n, o n i n ^ M.u c i 'I \ i l m i s i r ( ^ 111 u I'oid.uup w i t h t h ( Iloi-,!i Omi riocu't% OJIH ·])on t «it lot Uie T i f f ol I ik on h i l i K l H i p f - i o n \\\\ lip tho p o l u \ ol o) t h f H IUI program Di SjimMot brmK 1 * to ! l e f U i r P M in a d d i t i o n 10 liif, scholarly Kno«lfls;f a t r r t a m lu'wic'-s t h a t i a * o m a t e « h i s i 1 He is now on i tour of t h e Staler, follow Ing 1 i t recent ret u i ' i fr mi P«(Kstiuo. STOOHK book n l i u h h i v t ^ won him KT fl -it r e n o w n as-e ' V o n O«-ntIos' and '"I hp OtUsiilei and f t h r Jc \v " Hi K.unuH it- consider' 1 one of the lorpmntl authors and hold*, in ?n\ i . i l ) l e position in tlj*» literal 1 ) Held t o j !n^ b r f h uU unl i n t e l l n t - i il it-\ le Non J(n\« arf* alto ' o i d l a l l y i n v i t e d liv t l ) p ^ponsor^ o! t h e 1 H ture w h i c h i echodiilpd to p l a i t p i o m p t l y at s r P M I n . t MOSCOW, M a x e l l w i l l n p l c u u lullioiis oC inblo 1 - w o r t h 01 ( i - i i t i a n s . u l l o i i i i u n d e r i t.u- f M c l u i i K business r e f o i m w o i k e d o u t h v t h e C'otniniri 1 anal o f f i n a i n e a n d 111' l a p p - o \ c d b\ I h o Pou itil ol Profile's ( - o m m i h f a r i ( i c d i t a n o u n t j i I w t w o e i i h f f c i e n t s t a t ^ and c o o p e r a t i v e i n s t i t u t i o n s aiKi liusi icf-s oigiim/tiHonfc. l e q u n n i g prrt- ' o d i c a l b d l . m c i i i K thioui?h ash d o i h e i i" 1 - have 1 lieon ibo!ishHl w i h 0110 "·linkr ot I h o oflhlnl pen ·Vll s u c h a( ( o u n t a w i l l h ( M iCter be made o n l \ t h r o u g h (ho b t a t i batiks, w h o i o salfb iiiwl ] ) U i c h a s h w i l l ho x'Loidod and c'hetlwl apMii st fach t h ( i '! h f f i IjalancitiK will tlnib 7)P a n i a t t p i ot bookkeeping, l\w actual i n i i e i i t v b i t i R l i m i t e d to an i b w o l u t e m i n i m u m . i HP tifticial do'-reo introducing: the now piocedure declares that It to in- Icinlfd to decie-ac-e gicatly tho noed lor r u r i w u y eniiibions Since neaily Urt per cpnt of the total bnelnesa ia the Soviet Union, whether m nianu- tacturo or in wholcsalo and retail dtsti ihution, m handled by government and coopei.itivo Institutiont, tho amount of currency involved is ^tu- pendou') Othor scheme? for limiting Iho amount ol. papar i ublcs in circulation aro undor dlscuesioa and likely to b4 adopted hi th« near tuture. One ot lluto rontpmplatea the elimination ot t i l l (ei«.h lit the jidynicnt ot wagoa to all givwlen oC workers. Instead of ro- cpivlnK cash, t h f y are to be credited with tho wages lu a savings hank and will d t a w againet it us needed, t l u o u g h riiecks -or m ..ith. PRESIDENT HOOVER'S TALK ON BOY SCOUTS WHL BE BROADCAST \\\ add] evi bv ProM lout Hei frert l l o o v e i b e t o i c a Kathc-i lug ot Boy Siou^ and prommeni iH\/.enR in tt it-hir g(on rttv, on AloMt.iv ni^ht M a r h 10 \ v i l l ho broadc a^-1 through station \\.]K and a \\ id- pro.nl hook- u p 'I hf- occasion is the 20th ann'tver- *-.u v ol HIP f o u n d i n g of tho Hoy Scouts ot \ m \ r i c a Sponsors of th " b n t h d a y p a r * v a*, t h r a f f a i r ha 1 * iwn railed, i n t ! u l ( tlir- \ ipo-Pro 1 -''out ot HIP I m'od St \trc- m e m b e r , ot t h p cabinet, \ V i l l l . \ i n ( l i o f - n pro^itlont of t b o Amer- · r . i n F c l e i a t i o n oi I.ahir l o h n Bar- K'i P nK ( h i i i r m a n of tho A m e r i c a n ({· ! ( M U M and Wilhcim H n t t f r w o i til, in r-^id* n l of t h f I u i t f d ^t».tc-« Oham- b c i o 1 ('o j n m o-i c t* \r! n^r^mf nii-, h a \ n liofn milo foi -,i onp 01 BON -.(out-, in t o w n s ard ( i l ' f f , u o m c oisl (o io,is| to 1'eten in on tli inoi tins; in \V,isHiniton and to n l a i ) H u n t i o o p nie^tin^i In c o n n c i - u o i j ^ i l l i t h o exteiiMH 1 b i o a r l c a s t Pi -ir i at l l o o \ » t u i l l spe ik as hon' n \ [rc-idc-nt ol Hit 1 S c o u t oit;a.ni- LARGE ATTENDANCE EXPECTED TONIGHT AT DAWSON S. S. MEET \ large gathering is expc led this evening at East Liberty Pro 1 byteriaii Chinch at Vauderbilt where this afternoon Llio annual c o n v e n t i o n o£ IJiLWbon D i s t i k t No 15, Fayette Coun- tv Suiidaj School Association, got undei way A feature of the program tonight w i l l hp the appearance of D George W Wellburn o£ I'hiladelphl i, aupor- intenclont ot Christian edu ation oC tho State Sabbath School A« ocititiou Incite John W Dawson of Uulontown, c o u n t y p i t s i d e n t , w i l l i n s f a l the ofli- crs Perryopolis ' Whoa von H=K; Clarified In Ilio Itoily Con-iw The coat is MM Jl, lesiilts are big. PEKRYOE'OLIS, March 7 -- The danco held Tuesday evt'nint; in Karo- hck Hall by the Perry Glee Club wae largoly attended There \v ill b« no more dancps until A p r i l 21 U u n 1) a r Township, P rryopolis keenest rival, will semi Hh negatUo clelttUng tf*am }iero Fiiday iiiffht to meet tho Porry afDitnative earn Tbo debaters have workf^i hard f )r Heveral \veeks and much is exjiectei of llM*ni E L Curtis it. ooachlni; * e P«rry team« John TIoi wick, a junior 01 Porry H i g h , ^as chosen to repi sent ihls school in the* extemporaneous conteel. Matthc»\\ Cortex, a sophonn-re-, is site t n a f o Mr and Miv Gle-nn Hough and Mrs l/elalv HoilRh fipent Tuosd. v evening in I'errj'opoHh .They re urri«l to i Cahtoinla on Wednesday morning The Peiry High Gulrf basketball t e a m lost UK second gim« 'luesdav ]\PIHII? to Monessen ' I h r game was haul lought on ootli side- but tin 1 l'-eri ( l i i l h just had an ' ff" night L i l l e E C u r l i s wafa le-a iei of tho i onus; people's piavoi g/oti,) Wtdnes- dtiy c-veniuK at the M E C h u r c h The piogiam propaied war. a fino one. Use c;ur classifled advcM-t cement. Westmoreland Forensic Work Begins March 21 OREENSBURC}, March 7--The complete schedule of ovente to be sponsored by Wet. tin ore land county In the Pe-mwjlvania Foiensic Lieagne, with II, B. Brumbaugh, ot Norwin as countj director, follows-: Mai ch 21--Ilf adlng-, East Htmtmg- don Township Higti School, Alverton March 125--Extemporaneous speak- in« and vocal solo, Derry Township HiKh School. April 1--"Wind Instruments, Monen- seii High School April !!--Oration, Vnnd-crgrttt High School Apnl 8--Piano and violin solos, Mount Pleasant High School. April 11 -- Orchestra, Greonabnrg High School. April 15--Band and boys quartet, Greenfabuig Illf h School. April 9--Sectional debate- playoff Srnithton SM1THTO.V, March 7 -- Saturday, March 15, will mark the opening of HID Snuthton J'u"blir Library It will Ixs donation day and anyone having a boot or books ho Triahes to donate i« a^ked to bring them at this lime Those w h u have no Inxiks they « fall to back this community ontei prit»e in any way Tho H b r a i y is free to all memlwrs of th c o m m u n i t y and adjoining Kv«ryoae is invited to come to Koom No ,! of the Smlthton I-tiblit Sc-hool Ijet \SOPU T and T o'clock Sat- d u i d a y afleuiuou, March 13, to attend tlio opening Tho library w i l l Iw on» u at 'he h.uw houra «\ory Saturday thereafter ' AdTfftisemenL'J Bnng results. Try them. .'500 Street F. D. STORES O W N E D 1J\ HOME PEOPLE Tomer '. PHtsburg nil (I IVarh Streets BY GETTING BOTH QUALITY AND QUANTITY--WITH LOW COST OLIVES Fancy Queen large bottle 1 7c MACARONI Fancy Elbow Special, pound 1 Oc Jersey Corn Flakes, 4 Packages 25c CHEESE Brick or Cream Pound 29c SALMON Fancy Pink 2 1/2 cans 25c SARDINES In Oil 4 cans 25c LARD, and it's pure, 3 Pounds 38c TALL CAXS 3 for 25c PEAS E A R L Y .U'WJ 2 cans 25C PANCAKE FLOUR Pillsbury's 2 Pkgs. 23c SOAP Octagon Toilet 3 for 23c COFFEE Old Reliable pound 41 c POP CORN For Popping LETTUCE Fancy Head Ice Berg 3 HEADS 23c FLOUR Guaranteed O ft j% Bread Maker UUC Always Fresh From Near by Farms MALT, Try German Maid, can PINEAPPLE IImil's Suprt'iiic Slh'«Hl--Bitf Can 2 9 c TROUTMAN Fashionable Values for Saturday QtF «. Get Your Spring Sport Coat f of Tweed $18.50 Fur and Self-Trimmed Models This year of 1930 is a sporting year! You will have need of a Sport Coat and why not make your selection in tho early spring? The tweed ia prominent for sportswear and we are showing the. latest styles and patterns. The new Lacey Tweed with diagonal stripes is an exceptional handsome sport coat. Some have that fluffy fur collar and others are self-trimmed. Made with cape effects and smartly belted at waist line. Trontman's--Second Flocx. The Smart Purip for the Painty Foe t Dull Kid regent Pump svith medium long vamp which \ ives a very drossy effect. Spike leel. Also same model in Brown Kid with snake skin inlay on vamp _~ Encircle the Neck .With a Cleverly Designed Silk Scarfs $1.95 New chiffon and crepe dp chine scarf» in square oblong, and triangle mod (»K in beautiful coloi combinations of spring. Fur Scarf $ 45 An Outstanding Feature oi the S m a r f Dresser, You will find the soil, fluffy full-animal scarfs of much importance in the ensemble. Troutman's have a beautiful selection of furs and thrifty prices. The Fox Furs of. Red, Beige and Pointer, ' 1 --Second Floor, The Smartest Kat Of the Mbment --Pan am a la c-- $5.00 These hats are in hc new brimmed fashJons with ribbon trim. Made of the Pananialac braid. So chic for the spring ensemble. Small and large headsizes. Trontman's--Second Floor. Don't Miss Troutman's $5.95 Dress Event Trontman's are offering for the last day, Saturday, a real Dr«ss value for the women and miss- ea' ot Ctoanellsvllle. This special group of Better Dresses are of the lateel models of fashion and Including dresses from our own stocks that will saU up (o ? 10.50, YOU CAN afford tiw RIGHT S T Y L. Ei at THOUTMAN'S! WJU you take advantage o£ the opportunity? Tha dresses are style right, fashion right, expertly tailored, and in a variety of spring shades. Sizes; 14 to 40. Trontiuan's,--2nd floor Learnf tjie Powef of . { .- - l , . . - . ' · · . · - . ;-· ^' : ; VitcMiiriizt d FJaxolyn to Prbriac te Heklttv Discover Why Thousands Hf ne Report Snch Wotwlerful Improvements in Health, Many After Suffering for Yean from Constipation Stomo. k Durtrew Ga* Nemnuness Li*er torpidity Sleefi'titneu Sick Headaches Rheun atic Paint Dtery S|cll» Stommli Feeds 'ew and Nenes; 'J o t i e Slri'nglh AHhutos ot Llu-r; Clears InU-sthii-s »' To\ c Toisons," Hwys II ytiu ar? wpak, tirod oui, flabb /, easily exliaufetpd, oi f« 1 lackij g in unibiUoii and thinkius P^Jwei a i d want that energy aix! "pep" wli! h wins business ami hoclal fiiupp«s, p tt fchoultl try t h e Flaxoty" foinnila it OIJCC Flaxolyn lias been p u b l i c l y reeoi i- in^nded by mote doctois than a y other prep.u ation in the hi-story if American p h a r m a t j Di Hoiiry Kt rl Metle 01 Philadelphia snys, "I m glad to recommend Flatolvn becau e of its w o n d e r f u l n a l i i r i l merits It it a splendid tonic-laxativ^ I ha\« u s 1 It myself and find that it han a o uiarkably cledneiTig effect, t h a t it helps to Improve I he body-tone a d nidken one reel ninth inoi c Invsgroi.ii H! uud TROUTMAN'S Women's Silk Underwear * of Crepe de Chine $1.95 Tailored and Lace Trim "Flaxolyn Positively a God-Send," Says User Ml V i L t o t J , c t b l i i u (U ( l , M i y - , KU^o]n H e \ c n bet bi J ti teil tu than j u u cl i i m it k i i u N of ' s i i - c - i l l p d ( l i f j t i e ^ i ' L IK Ipul iiu' J.nv ' F li,ni! been taking !ki\ii n .mi n o w liu'! like ,i new m m I *·! j^utia, lia\.e l t i n t i p p t l l t r uid i t i H ^ i i t f iriv s t o i n i c i i luis disj-ppaa-i l ' * l l L \ l ) l S II i s j l l l t a I r l H i - H l I l l l i l U l l I tt'iik In c t r . i t j s u o i t U l o n i i n p t n \ II.IM- a b o u t "OH n u n t o limit Uli'l I t i / f ^ \ t i b u o s t i n t 1 1 1 vtiK n K t , % A O I , 1 \ « 0 \ T \ K \ S V I T 4 M I ! ^ i : \ c i p ) p i ? i n L m p o n t i l u l o l h ' l a f o c m i t j . l t l s \ l l . n n i j K s e q u i ! to t l i o s o 1 t i b l t t ill v i i i s t I t ,ilao c u n l a l n ^ n a u t H l i o t u s u n - r t r i i ' d h i » i b s bile s d l l l l O t l l O I \ l l l l A l ) l P l l i ^ d l f U I T H P t S p r o v e d b v l'ic- higl'f'ist a u t h o r i t i e s I t s w e l l k n o w n i h i t a d d 6tpep I ml nn j i . S l Ml | II \ I t S Kis bUiaLing 1 , b l l l o u b n t s i s sallow h t e k i , a n d main o t h e i ilit,ti easing l i o u b l i b h i v t h f t i l o o t I n ( o n s t l p t t t l o r i , w l i l r l i i i | i \ u l 5 i i l i c l p s t o c o r r P i t n a l u i a l l \ QUH'K-TEST CO IF PON ia If l i \ o u t r i . i \ o l n it o u r H u n t t J i l i t o t b e ill iijjjfilt top v v i ' h Hi? deposit l o i o n e b o l t l c n u t salislleil w i t h tin. result 1 ) J'Muxo- l \ n b i i H K 1 * . i t l u r n p » r t l \ -us il b u t t l e ind R e t V O I D i n i i n e s h u k ' 1)HU(J (H). I'tHsburg uitil I'ei'.th Streets, CoiuielKilllc, Piu Patronize the Home IV merchant Who Advertises in The Daily Courier, A now assoitmenl of Chemise, French Panties, Bloomers, Dance Sets, Gowns and Slips. In n variety of pastel shade* w ith lace trim. The Bottle-Cry of Freedom Patrolman Peter ffarfstf New York, looks over » few of the 1,900 bottles oi liquor unloaded npof the police, following a raid. The 1,800 bottles are valued at $10,000, and it has bcea necessary to convert the police station into a miniature liquor warehouse.

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