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SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1930. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA'. PAGE SEVEN. NEWS OF DAY AT SCOTTDALE BRIEFLY TOLD i?pcclal to The Courier. St;OTTDA.IjK, March 15. -- Tho Hcotttlalo V o l u n t e e r Five lcpartmonl was called So H r o w u t o w u lust e v e n i n g by a chimney fire. No damage- was rtoiie. Thursday night the Bremen were also culled out to a chimney flro in Market street. School Operetta April 3. The operetta to bo presented by the combined boys' and girls' K^e clubs of tlie high school will be "Hulda ot Holland," a musical entertainment in three acts. It will be presented at the Strand Theatre m Thursday evening, April ,'5, MUa Margaret Jnno Overly, music Instructor will have charge. The follosvln.? w i l l have the loading roles: Peter Cats, Hulda'a f a t h e r , Le Skemp; Jacob Hoogenboets, Ka- trlna's father, Howard Matthews; Hulda, Mary Jaue Kelly; Katrt'na, tjaura May Joues; Â· Vrouw Cuts. Ilulda'ti mother, Nolda Darling; Jerry Hey den, Robert TUtocUarcl; Jimmy StonÂ«. Robert F*lte; Jan 3tÂ»Rn, Robert McDowe.H; Oorneliua Hoyden, Jack \Vald-e; Drion Steen, Walter OlasRow; Derek. Grant Miller, Filling Station Sold. The Economy Fuel Company of Oreensburg lias purchased the Superior Ca'srHnc filling station In Broadway :.nd has taken charge of tho plane. Â· Alfred Shrum In Hospital. Alfred S h r u m of Old Bethany was taken to the Memorial Hospital at Mount Pleasant for treatment yesterday. Air. a-id Mrs. Shrum two years ago celebrated tbolr 50th wedding anniversary. Mr, Slmim la 78 years old. Injured by Fall.' Mrs. A. O. Evans ia Buffering with a fractured a r m ' at her home In Homsetead avenue. Mrs. Evans f e l l from a step ladder while hanging draperies In her home. Adelpltlii Bible Class. Mrs. Clydo Hlnes of ColllnH a v e n u e entertained the Adelphl Bible Class of the United Brethren Church at her home Thursday evening. Thirty-live were present. The social committee in charge was made up of Mrs. S. O. Stelner, chairman, assisted by Mrs. James Lewis, Mrs. William Shalleu- berger, Mrn. William Echard, Mrs. Ray S t u r t z , Mrs. Jess Cable, Mrs. .John Merriu and Mrs. James Brown, .Mrs. Joseph Krldlc Vend. The f u n e r a l service was held this morniiig at St. Canlce Church, Mount Ollv-er. for Mrs. Violet Phillip Kvidlc, w i f e of Joseph KrUHe, a former resident of this ulace. While in Seottdale tho kridle family resided in Market street. Mr. and Mrs. Kridle moved from Suottdiile to Akron, Ohio, a l i t - tle more t h a n a year ago, and last February moved back to Brookllne, where Mrs. Kridle waa stricken with heart, trouble. Mrs. Kricilo wag a member of t h e Catholic Daughters of America. Besides her husband there survives ono son. Joseph, and one d u u g h t o r , Gertrude. To KleH Officers. The lola Rebekah Ixulgo w i l l hold its regular meeting: in tho Odd Fellows Hall on Monday overling. At t h i s time election of officers will bo held. ."Juvenile Club. Bobby Oraft will entertain th* Juvenile Music C l u b at .itu regular mÂ«*t- Ing on Monday evening at hid home in Pittaburg street. Other 'ews. Following the regular Ler.ten service at Trinity Reformed Curcli on Wednesday evening the Sundty School Association held Its regular business meeting for tho month. Miss Minnie Ixmcks of South Broadway was hostess to the Woman's Missionary Society of Trinity Reformed Church at its business and social meeting at her home In Broadway on Thursday evening. The S. O. 0. Society of the Presbyterian Church met at the homo ot iMrs. Frank Melllnger Thursday evening. A playlet entitled "Two Maa; ters" was given. v The members . of ! the society taking part were Mrs. ' Russell Jiockenbury, Miss Mary Hayes, Mrti. W. E. Van Norclen, Mrs. Carl Porter, Mrs. Von Hoffmann, Misses Hulda Kelly, Alice Johnson, i nnd Ruth Eichcr. Mrs. R. E. Morford had charge of the devotions. Mrs, C. , E. Thurston gave a talk on stewardship. Normalville Jtaroh 15.-- Mr. and Mrs. Homor Hensel of Mill Run Â·were Connellsville. visitors Saturday. Mr. aud Mrs. Samuel Suderlock were ia ConnellaviLle Friday. Miss Mildred Johnson and Mr. and Urs. OÂ«orgo Roaenberry and child/mi were Connel!svilk visitors. John Hardie Is able to be out again after being confined to his home with grip for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Milleo- of Con- iioilsvillo wa;i calling On Mi 1 . Miller's, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Miller. Mrs. Amanda Miner, who hua been ronnned to h-ir !ed tor some time, remains about the same. Mm. Miner is S4 years old. Mr. aud Mrs. John Brooks have anoved from Connellavllle into their new home, just completed. S. L. Steeh- is 111 at his horn* with pneumonia. Albert Haason, Misa Margaret Haas^n, Iru. Brooks at L,llwary, Byixn Brooks 'Ul' Poplar Urtvc and .Mr. aud o^rs. Abram Ixe of Morguittowu, W. Va., WMO giwsts Sunday of Mrs. Mary liunsart':, who IUIH been ill with In- Huenzu for IMTO weeks but is Use our classified advertisement. Prim* Curol Olrl Frltsnd Part. UUOHAREJKT. March 15.--It learnod last nlyht that Prinoo Carol aud Maifd* .^upeaou hnve called it quits. Ca.TCl':i friends see It aa a step toward his routrti to Rumania and re capturing thÂ« throne ho renounced for JÂ»*r lov- THE OLD HOME TOWN Staney BOYS/THAT STRAHÂ«*S ADAMS APPL.B Â»S A-JUMPIN "UPANP DO 1 VAt, SOONPS AfeE COM IN ' BUT HE AW4T / .WHAT HECK-- I SAV SOMEBODY SAYS WHOA--- ITS WHOA D1DHT TAKE "m SHARP-EYEP OTHY WALKER. LO^G, IT) FIND OUT/THE Ql TJNV FOR -me A Helpful Advice to Girls By ANNIE LAURIE D SAR ANTrtB LAURIE: I am twentr-nlne and km married and hav* been a tons tkrie. My husband la very good to me and my boys but be drinks *o. I truly love him when he Is sober but when be I* drinking 1 halÂ» the very night of him. My slater Bold I am ao old and ugly-looking, I used to be nice-looking and' had pretty blondt- hair, but U la array In plocea, and atr*aked dark now, I have burled two children, to I* it any wonder I am sour? My Â·inter to beautiful. 3h* has dark wavy hair, and one little boy. She ha* good time* and nice thing* and a youm; huaband that like* JUNE ROSE, Tou have bad more pleasure, too ItTKift ROSB tfcJUl your shara of sorrow, b it thea too, you have had and have may ~ MeMintfa. For the take ot your UrUng children and for the aako of your h'J*lMnd. even If he doea drink, keep a itlff upper lip and be of good eotirace. There are so many aid* to beaut / nowadays, but true beauty It founded on health. So tint 9f alt quit worrying. Valid yourwlf up. Ajilc your doctor for a good tonic. Then have a talk with your tuiter and a** what can be done about reviving your haJr and the condition of your calp. which hail Biuch to do with graying hair. OÂ«t MÂ»m* pretty clothe*, or If you an* handy with the oeedle, make dome. There are such splendid patterns, and the faahi'm* junt now would. I Â·at mii-e, be ideal for you, and rnak* auÂ»banl very proud Â«f bta little wife. Anyway, you it tÂ« yourself and to your ohildre* to make the moat of yourself. EAR ANN1B LAU11TB: 1 am a girl of eighteen In love with a fellow nineteen. He to very bashful and won't speak te me. I don't know him very well, although I *Â«e aim every day and wÂ«at out with hint one*. Would It be proper to write to .him and aek him |f he would come to a party with me? 1 am al*o bashful and eaimot overcome It. W ORRIED: I^m Wy much afraid that too many women eooMruo "Indirfereaoe" a* "b a Â· h f u I n Â· Â· a." Whatever the cauke may be for the younr man'* attitude I would a4ri*Â« you to cuJtlrate other frlendablp* and **k wxneoa* of more ohMrfnl' Â· and friendly detnettnor to thÂ« party, j UAT7RIB: ; I kin k fount gtrl ef 111 and ! am very *hy when epeeJklng to the I opposite MX. I try ao hard to ' overcome this but I limply can't. ' Could you suggest a way of over- ', ootaing HI BlftLJCS. ' Dm not attempt te be or cheaply eleven Ju*t be j-our own nioe, natural pelf. B* a good lletener, let the etber* de the talking until yfcu are mere cure ef, yourself, and by the time you arÂ»i old enough te be taking the attea-i tiohs of eome aloe young man a*H- ously, all your shyness will have* vani*hed before the Â·unetaih* eC yewr bright Â· -- ' Comes Third in Mushing Race. Miss Id* Carrier 0, girl far trader from York Factory, Canada, who fiaishtd third in thtbig freight race. She wax the Â£rst woman I'D enter in the Pas Derby races. (InUrnattena) HewarMl) The Home Kitchen By ALICE LYNN BARKY CiiÂ«eÂ«e CeAe for Â£)e**Â«rl. mean* Â·hould F OR that light luncheon or sup-' per of a Hnnday night.' preiwnt CheeÂ»ecaXa Â»Â» dessert. It's a Very Â«ub*tantlal dessert -- almMt a meal In ItaeK if made the regular way. And If* * favorite dlÂ«h with a great many men, judging by the fre- with WÂ»lcb It appears on the of bu*lnÂ«*9 timn'a lunching Yet. it I* not always what it bÂ«-- light, fluffy, on a crUip ruÂ«t. And if lt'Â« Inaa than that, it deMrre* the moan thing* **Ua about It* IndlgwttbUlty. To Insure *ood re*ult*. acverat Hem* muat be c arefully obaerved. Ingredient* muÂ«t pe meaeured carefully-Hind they mu*t b* of theibeat. Heat mu*t b* watched. Cheem-cake i* baked like a eÂ«*tard. and ahoukl not be subject*^ to too l(ttÂ«BSM hew. -- a quite low temperature I* the bent. A* f ar a* cruet U concerned, tt i* Â·very difficult to u*e aa ordinary pie- cruet and prevent it from getting Â·ofgy. Wherefore the other alternative iÂ« pref*rÂ»blÂ«-- no raw pastry. hut a foundation which la alreaay cooked. Stale oakÂ» or cracker* or, better atill. mwl.'back can be rolled to tine crumbe. Mixed with butt*r and augar and rollÂ«d OB the bottom of the pan. they ere a flnlahed foundation. and will not hare the raw taite one eometltne* feel* In cheeev-cake on paptry cru*U. A l*o, eoiwlder the tin in which the i* baked. Bitber U ehould be a fire-preot dleh which 'can tje preMnted Â»t tÂ»bl*. or a tin plate with a spring mold, which can Â«a*lly be Â·lipped off after the eake Is baked. Good che*M^ake t* a* light a* a eouffl*, acd It tmnnot be handled much after baking without) the Visk ot breakiag It* attractive Â·hapr. ' ' Â· ! Â· CreaM OheeM CÂ»4i* 1 pound cream chee*e, 1 cup aweet cream. li cup Â»ugar. :"Â· \ 4t*TÂ». " 1 t!Â»bleÂ»poon* Hour. Z title*poon* buttÂ«r. 1 r.'saspoon vanilla. l.i*h of *alt. ] dozen zwieback., Jf :swelback are not available, frit- hÂ»m oracleers, or any other cpick*!'* can be roiled into fine crumb* and* u*rd, to make 1 cupful, i Ml: together th* crumb*, 2 table- apooe* ot butter and U rTf'if-mrr.' 1 tablespoons Sf *ugar. Thto 4*p*nd*j on whether Â«we*t or unÂ«weetened! crumb* are u*ed. Place thi* ml*-| tur* on the botteat and Â«lde* Â«r tte! baking pan. ' , | Place cream eheeae, eugar andi' flour ta a large bowl aad mtx tÂ«-- gether. Beparate the egg*, ami Â«tfd^ one yolk at Â» tlm* tÂ« tfe* oboM* mixture, beating constantly. Then; add orcctn. Mlt and vanilla, and. finally feld In th* .tiffly beaten egg- whltt*. Pour this mixture o**r the! crumb* in the pan and bak* in a. moderate even for 1 heur. , Ruffadale RUPFSDA1.E, March IE .--Mr. and Mrs, Waller Hlalr o t . .IcKeesport visited Hi* latter's parent?, Mr. and Mrs. Sharp. Tho Mount Pleasant fire truck was called to Rocktowu, whei e tho root was afire at the home of Alice Bair, The flre wan ejcttDguii!lm ; when the firerhen arrived. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd tUe of PvlUB- town a p o u t Wednesday eve ilag tit the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mull. The LiuilfM*' Aid Society of Zion Â·Lutheran Church hÂ«ll i a all-day maotlng at the home of Irs, Frank Llahn Wisdnesdiiy. At no n a delicious dinner waa serve* by the hostess. Misses' Jane RODH, Mae )iowser and Mrs. Vere Murphy were e lopping in PltlBburg Monday. Mrs.'Nora Tarr was a caller In Mount Pleasitnt Monday. -Ml3Â« Mae Bowser Â«nt ftalhed H number of her friends at a card party Wednesday evening, Â· Â· William Clements was i busiaoas caller In Mount Pleasant Wednesday. Mrs. Vere Murphy oÂ£ Agonier Is vlaiting her parents, Mr; j ad Mrs. J, I. Bowser, Alverton ALVJS.RTON, March 16.- Miss Alice Layton of Scottdaly visile I relatives here Sunday. Nevln Ober,cf VanoÂ«B J i l l tlÂ»Hfed his parents Wednesday cv ning. Ralph Myers of near Jnlontown visited reltttlves here WÂ«di eaday. Mra, Vandelln MutM vret a Scottdale shop-par Thnreday, J. I.. Quartz c-f thla pi; ce was a Mount Pleaoant business caller on Thursday. ' Â· UsÂ« our claafs4fled adver laem-eat. Schloting-er A Company Federal and State Mxea Accountant*! and And tort . 1415.90 Park Build PltUlmrÂ«B, Pa. Concrete Blocks * Â· / ' Â· ' ' Â· ' Â· ;. . We have large i upply well season;d rock lace and plain, concrete I locks, all sizes, made a* our plant located at 4th street and Meflfiou Ave,, West Side, Connelllvllle. Consolidated C oal Supply Comj any Phone OANS to $ 3()0 If You Keed Money f, r Any ' ' SKK US ' Â· " .' Fayette Loan Compan y Title Trust BldÂ« . Bth Floor. Oonuells^ ill*, Pa, Tele^houe 344 - fW'" Bonded to the Slat ). LEGAL NOTICE A. OVERHOLT CO. U.-S. INTERNAL REVENUE CONCENTRATION .BONDED SALE OF WHISICEY FOR ACCOUNT OF UNPAID STORAQ WAREHOUSE NOTICE OF E AND Of HER CHARGES. Broad rbrd, Pa., March 8, pursuant thereto, A. . th* Acts of which Is, paÂ»i due d | n f . number of th- n u m u c r of ''; Subject to All the .provisions of the NA'nONAL PROHIBITION ACT and res)iii"'Â«Â»Â» Â·"Â·"Â·".^"L'lTh".^ cTnVe "*nd holt ft Co., Â« corporation, organized and Ul*tlng u n d t e r ' t h e I^ws of the StAte of PehnayWe.il*, With an onÂ»..e ano of business at Broad Ford, Fayetto CounSr, Pennsylvania, will sell t h e ' f o l l o w i n g describe A. Overholt A Co., Concentration Warehouses, Broad: Ford, P.'.insylvwnla. Said wnl*kÂ«y li iincftnceiled Warohotisr; Receipts, W h i c h : f i i l l y describe* th* n u m b e r ot .barrels, nuiwuar or packages, the tlatft of dlirtilltlon and the name of the person to whom lufcvtftd. Deiriand has been m a d f t ' f o r the payment of accrued pa-st due storage art*! other chal-gÂ«s of the holder of suchlvurehoulie Receipts as la m o w n by tlie raaorde of the company, In the manner Assembly of the Commopwealth of f e n n a y l v a n l a relating thereto, . The following- r*Â»p*otlvÂ« lot* or'enough of each lot herein deeerlbed and Rdv*rl!Â«ed Â» purpose-wilt be Â«*ld u n d e r th* provisions of Section 33 of th'c Act of March II, 1000, P. TJ. IB the.Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, tit pay the storagro and 01 other charges, eacli item of a m o u n t of each charge Is set forth opposite Â«aoh lot. ThÂ« Â»kle Will take place at the office of A. Overholt O.. on the distillery premlMs of A. Overholt * Co., Broeo Ford, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, where Said whiskey Is stored on the 25th Day of Mardh, 1930, at 11:30 A. M. TERMS: Ca^h on Day of Sale Immediately After Sale Coplo* of thlÂ» notice Will be or have beert-pUSted at'least I 1 ) days before the date of Â·Â«!Â« in not !Â«*Â· ^f" *!* *;Â° tl : splcuoUs places in and about thÂ» village of 6coadi tÂ»ord. iPiyai e County, PenusyivAnlfl, and also published at l*aÂ«t oncÂ« a week fbr .two consecutive week*, tiÂ« first puttllcfttlofl being more than fifteen days prior to the flat* 01 *aie in in* hereinafter named newspaper for general olroulatloh, i. e., In -the Connellsvllle Courier, donrtelUVllle, FÂ»yettÂ« Counts, Pe,tinÂ«ylvanla, In the county In which the Â»ald A. Overholt Co., Dlstlllsry Is located. Th* proceed* of such sale will be applied artfl dlspos*d of a* provided in Secf.lon 33 of th* Act (if Assembly of th* Comrrtotiwe4tth ot Ptntisyivnta, pasted ana approved March H, tOOO, P. U ll). . . Bach of th* following described lots of whlsltey will be sÂ»ld subject to the United States G6verhrn*nt State and County Tax and clitiges. The respective last k n o w n owners, the date of distillation, norla! hijmbers, etorage ahd other charges, are set forth as follow*: OVKHHOLD A CO, niSTIM.KflY NO. 3, BltOAD FORD, PBWKSTbVAWIA. of Serial Nos. N a m e and Address ^! otal '*? c- UackaBes Lotst Known Ownor Â· fltge. Cgs. Taxes, Â·100181 400000-610 303001*016 3640r*-Â«50 400606-TOO 80125.1 3071.10-1*5 3071B1-100 1 Old Overhoit Bye Whlskoy Pall 1014 attlOO 5 Old Overholt Â»ye Whiskey Sprlns 1018 40D041-MC 2 Old Overliolt Rye Whiskey Pall 1918 41JI720-780 B Old Qverholt ByÂ« Whiskey Spring 1010 408080- 00 K Old Overholt tire Whiskey Fall 3915 3(U641-IMIS. 5 Old Overholt Rye- WhlÂ»Uey Hiring 1010 40^440-450 6 Old pvorholt Rye Whiskey Fall ' 1016 414101-10B No.. Bbls. Brand 1 Old Overholt Rye Wihlskey B Old Overholt Ryt Whiskey 10 Old OVerholt nye Whiskey 2 Old OVerholt Rye Whlskty C Old OvÂ«rholt Rye Whiskey 1 Old Overholt RyÂ» Whiskey 20 OI4 overhoh ftyo Whleksy Dl*tlllaUon Spring IdJ Spring 1018 Spring- Pall Spring Pall Uprlngr ' lIHtt 1013 101$ 1015 1016 J L ik-lt U T T l t V ^ r W * " , . f --- -m* -- - -- Â· ! Â» -- - -- -Â»Â» O. Herx, Pittsburgh, Pa * J6.23 AUrams Browosky, Pittsburgh, Pa. 227.85 The Seldon Co., 830 Second AVe., Plttabuig, Pa. Â» . . . 478.10 O. Suhateln Sons, Farmers Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. Â»4.08 r, Manstiach, Pittsburgh, Pa 238.015 H. D. Buhtma'H, Pittsburgh, Pa.. .. .Â· 40.1.i Pall Spring Pall Spring ^all HprlnR Fall ' S'all Spring Pall 1014 1018 1918 1010 1915 ittlO 1016 .1016 1016 1014 S OW Ov*irhoH Â»ye 'Whiskey S'all .1016 414171-175 5 Old Overholt Rye Whiskey Spring 1016 400650-000 10 Old Overholt Rye Whiskey Pall 1014 37(59156-000 87S831-885 1 Old Overholt KVe Whiskey Spring J012 30W18 10 Old Overholt Rye Whiskey Fall 1018 417dÂ«0-075 1 Old Overholt Bye WTilHkey Spring 1000 288672 10 Old Ov*rh01t ttye WhWk*y Fall 1Â»18 JI5B801-BOO R 014 Orerhotc R^e WhlBkey Spring 1010 31X1890-400 4 Old Overholt Rye Whiskey JTall 1015 801282-265 B Old Overholt Rye Whiskey Spring 1012 823741-740 1 Old Overholt Rye Whiskey Spring 1016 407054 DlftTILLKRSl WBST OVBRTOW IrSTI|jMiya OO Vbrams Browosky, Pittsburgh, Pa - 052.20 Uromley Company, Pittsburgh, Pa 4Â«.05 Oatinon Brothers. Ollphant, Pa i.. 287.75 3. B. Davis A Company, New Tork City . . , .,. Â»T.2fl .foe Salus, 17-10 Water street. Philadelphia, Pa,.... 288.0B J. c. Butler Company, Columbus, Ohio -... 284.05 'lox HlggtnB, YouhgStown, Ohio 888.05 .fas. McMahon, Cor. Elk ft Chicago 8tS., Buffalo, N. T. 341.05 W. W. Vllsack, Braddock, P;; Â·, ,'. 241.05 A. R. Meyer, 1485 Potomac-Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa..'227.85 The Trlaca Company, Baltimore, Md 4S6.60 3ed Httschen Co., Iouglas Street, Pltteburgh, Pa... e;t.Â«:j Frank Bender, Pittsburgh, Pa 465.70 \V. M. Abrmson, Pittsburgh, Pa B2.2I) JM. HosonbJoom, Braddock, Pa 476.10 M, fihermÂ«r, Brddook, IP*. 288.05 M. Bacon. Pittsburgh, Pa 184.08 J. HogAn, BS/1 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pa.... 240.73 O, Cullen Co., New York City 44.07 IMSTlLLiaHV HO. M, WKttT OVBtlTOW, fA.. M. .!. M V. 15 Old Farm Rye Whiskey Spring 1016 2 Old Farm Rye Whiskey Spring 1013 } 1 Old Farm By* Whl*kÂ«y rail 1012 6 Old Farm Rjrs Whiskey Spring 101Â« 8 Old F*rm Rye Whiskey Spring 1015 1 Old Farm RyÂ» Whiskey Fall 11)12 6 Old Farm Rye Whiskey Spring, 1Â»15 1 OM Farm Ky* Whiskey Spring 1018 B Old Farm Rye Whlakey Spring 1014 3276-680 22864-865 20002 30471-475 34087- 80 Â· 20090 35021-25 228BO 31800-31370 I.). : arise, Pittsburgh, JÂ»Â« 9B2.1B .10. Briner, Lancastsr, Ohio 102.78 M. N. Ohe, Pittsburgh, Pa 4tMG 3lobert LeWIn Co., Apollo Bid*., PHUburgto, Pa... 2S8.0. Â· . O. Wilson, care Walter Walllngford O%,, Ollvar CO,, Oliver Building, Plttrturgh, Fa. . .* 141.73 IS. F. Connors, Pittsburgh, pa. 42.45 J-. F. McCrsa. 1200 Wlghtman' Are., Pittsburgh, Pa. 288.05 F. Brman, Pittsburgh, Pa, 51.81* J . J. Adler, Farmftr* Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. .... 352.75 WARNING! All prospective purohaÂ«*r* at Raid sale are advlsod that said Rale 1 will be mad* Â«iibj*ot to and in *trlot Compliance with the 'provision* of the Nation*! Prohibition Act and regulations made pursuant thereto, and that no purohaÂ«er can or Will obtain poMcMlon, Control 6t line of ttte aforesaid -deaoftbe-d Whiskey for beverage purpoaeo, nor at all, except for the Uiei, purpo*flk and in t1tÂ« manner authorized and provided by law. A. OVBRHOLT ft CO. , By r. O. Handren, Pr**ld*nt. U. 8. INTERNAL EtWBKUIB BROAD FORD, 1Â»E!NK8VUVA VNIA. PBRMJT KO. PA. P. 9. PBJNNA PBRMFT NO. 6TK4, "We can put it right here - ' ' . * . it will make thÂ« room look much more cozy!" Like many other Connellsville people theae two have learned to watch the "Household Goods' column of The Daily Courier's Classified Section and are adding a great deal of comfort to their homes at surprisingly little expense. They have just discovered in the. daily Hat of bargains something which is exactly what they needed and they are phoning to inquire about it. . \ , Why not join in this daily "treasure hunt" yourself? Turn now to the Classified Section and look over the "Household Goods" column ' Â· Â· . ' Â· Â· Â· Â· ' \ ' Look OveV Your Attic and See What You Â· Don't Need I Then Phone 12, 13 or 490 for an Ad-^Paker, C! '