Dunkirk Evening Observer from Dunkirk, New York on January 5, 1934 · Page 7
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DDNKHtr OBVINING OBSERVES, FRIDAY, JANDABT SjrWM R E N T A B O O K READ ALL THE LATEST FICTION ONLY jc A DAY 10 oz. WHITE FLOTILLA SOAP, per cake 5c $1.00 ADIXRIKA . 69c - 25o - FEENAMTUT lie 85c JOHNSON'S PASTE WAX 59c One DOMB BAYER ASPIEIN 14c $1.50 AOAROL " $1.09 $1.50 . CALDWELL 8YEUP PEPSIN 94c ANTISEPTIC AN A Powerful Penetrating Antiseptic Aids Healing, Deodorizes, Pleasant to the Taste The Best Mouth Wash Ever Bold 4 oz. 25c -- pint 89c 1 Pint Pure Vitamin Tested Cod Liver Oil"-- 59c PHONE YOUR ORDER WEST DRUG CO. TWO STORES DUNKIRK FBEDONIA DELIVERY ·** i ; Just Received j ., A new shipment of| t etched. Crystal Glassware,' consisting of -- Console Sets ' Comports Nut Bowls ; Salad Bowls Sandwich Trays Vases See window display Priced at $1.00 Each SUHHERLEE'S Electrical Gift-Shop ; 11 East Third Street Phone 3072 Dunkirk A Cheap Policy ouybe VeryCouly E YEN · rich BUM CM- not afford to fcny chtaplnmranee. la time ot Mnerccocy t)M policy holder appreciates the Importance of having a policy in a ufe mm* sound company. Sec us at onoe. W. W. Heppell Company Eeal Estate and Fnsurance Phone 2446 Spend this winter blue coal A M E R I C A ' S F I N E S T A N T H R A C ' T E There is a one best hard coal and you can identify it by its blue color. Order a trial load of "blue coal" today. Lake City Ice Fuel Co., Inc. 59 Lake Shore Drive, West Opposite the Park Phone 2271 USED CAR BARGAINS! 1931 Pontiac 2-Door EIV« Pauengeij Sedan Ind lioola Lffie Neir % Real Bargain 'of oar you Eeen-looking for. 1930 Model 70 CHRYSLER Fire Passenger Sedan Good Tires, Upholstery Runs Very Quiet Painted Black Wood Wheels Bee tKese two bargains! Guay's Garage Machine Shop 121 Central Arena* Phone 2355 B. L. FELLOWS, 126 Central Ave, ·HOT8UNS A RIFLES, HUNTING BOOTS and CAPS. . ALL KINDS SHOT SHELLS an* HIFLE CARTRIDGES, « Kqrt Fitted to All Lock! UMBRELLAS RECOVERED ind REPAIRED. CITY and VICINITY MIMING PAPERS -~ly subscriber not receiving hl paper lijr «:JI o'clock In tlio evening can have a copy delivered by special messenger (without charge) by telephoning the Western Union, number 2331, or tlio Postal Telegraph, 2353. Sub- scrlber E aro requested to call as «oon atter :IO o'clock as possible as no calls will b* accepted after eight o'clock. On Saturday calls will be accepted between 3 and S p. m. This service is (or subscribers only. --Ed. Hose, barber, Brie hotel --Valuers, 15c Ib. Miller's Cash Market, cor. Fifth. Dove. --Haber'e clearance sale In Jul| swing. ·Colored magi-coats from $1.79 and up at SMeys. , --Soft coal J6.BO per ton. Th* N. L. Smith Lumber Co. --Fish and salad at Belvedere tonight. --'Pocahontas coal |9 a ton Phone 2261, N. 1* Smith Lumber ~. --Bacon. IGc Hi. Miller's Cash Market, cor. Fifth Duve Sts. --Call Jen. Men-Ill, 153-W, for any kind'of fuel. -Leatherette shoe bags for 79c at Sideys, holds 12 shoes. --New shipment of 3334 wall pa per. Bentley's, 307 Main St. --Property, 47 E. 3rd SL musi be sold. inquire 318 Columbus -- Good hard wood J2.25 cord de llvcred. Call 305 Leopard. · Clyde Brown -White sanforized poplin mil forms at SMeys, ?2.SO and up. -Chickens and groceries at the corn. game, Chautamilin hall, Saturday night. 5c per game. --Usual Saturday night dance tomorrow night. Joe Bonn's, I'*or estvillo. Fish fry. --Hound steak J7c, sirloin 17r Ib. Miller's Cash Market, cor Fitth Dove. --Pennsylvania smokeless coal $8.50 per ton. -N. L. Smith Lumber Co. Phone 22G1. --For good coke, order Diamond. Phono 2240. O'Donnell Lumber Co. --8 pool tables, complete, for sale. 47 B. 3rd St. or 31S Colum bus. --Lost, yellow glove. Finder please leave at 53 Newton St., Dunkirk. Kewurd. --For sale, cows, pi^e. cream separator, cider press. Henry }V Tilly, Rt. 1, Dunkirk, N. Y. --.New silk scarfs for Jl.CO M Sideys. --Fresh ground hamburg, 2 Ibs 25c. Miller's Cash Market, ror Fifth Dove. ·--Peanuts roasted and salte- daily. A. D. Costcllo, 101 15. Tliir. St. --Special -- -emoked skinnet liams (migar cured) ICc lh., pork roast, 12c Ib. Valone's Market. --Cupboards aiid furniture bull to order 'or material readicut Lumber Store, E. 4th. --Lamb stew, 5 C lh. Miller's Cash Market, cor. Fifth ft Dove Sts. --Meet your friends at rtie hip corn game, Friday nite, Melstor Hall. Free admission. --Export typewriter repair service. General agency, tho Typewriter Exchange. 23 Masonic Bldg. --Will Eucrlfico beautiful large diamond. No dealers. Address "Jewel," Observer. --Prime rib roasts, rolled or standing, choice cut chuck roasts at low prices. Ilenckens Market, 03 Main St. --More heal per ton Semot-Sol- ·ay coke. Phono 2201, N. L. Smith .umber Co. --Ping Pong sets! exlrn halls. Table and s-heets of plywood irestwood. Lumber Store. --Pure lard, 2 Ibs. 15c, with ntb- r purchases. Miller's Cash M.n- ket, cor. Fifth Dove Sts. --Karl's Barber shop is now lo- rated at 51 B. Fifth St. F.very- ody welcome. --Lost, lower Part SliGa/fer'b 'onntain pen. Finder return 10 C26 Doer St., or phone 5702. Reward. --Typewriters, adding machines ..nd cash registers, sold, rented, re paired. The Typewriter Exchange 23 Masonic Bldg. --1 pair lots of net ciirlalnn for .-2 price at Sideys, values up to I3.C9 a pair, 19 numbers. --For sale, cheap, brown beaver : ur coal, size 1C; black astrfll«an !ur coat size 20. Box D2, Brocun V. Y. --A ten day millinery «alo a Mrs. B. E. Lawrence's, 76 E. ttl St., commencing Saturday, Jan. li -lats formerly $2, |3 and ?5 go al 51, 52 and 52.93. --Wanted, woman in this localit; to lake orders for nationally ad vertiscd merchandise. Reference* requirwi. Write Real Silk Hosiery Mills, 3C Gokey Bldg., Jamestown N. Y. -525 Main St., Sam Lima. Tan gerines, 2 doz. 25c; grapefruit. G "or 25c; fresji fruits and vcgeta Ies of all kinds special for Satur day. -Dance, Saturday, Jan. 6, 1934 Dom Polski ball, featuring C.vr men Tracy, tho blues singer, and Jog Tracy, tho eccentric dancer Music by Silvertone orchestra. --Lost,-gold wrist watch, inl iais B. P. L., Wednesday on Lake Shore Drive East. Findc please return to "Watch," Obscr ver. --Vclk's Cash. Market, Phom 34-17. Delivery. Roast beef 10 12 l-2c Ib., pork sausage 15c Ib pork roaat 12c Ib., English cu pork chops 2 Ibs. 25c, welners ', Ibs. 25c, baron 13c Ib., veal, lamli heef or pork, cnp cakes 15c doz. home made cream .puffs 2flc doz bread Sc loaf, white floating soar 3 bars 5c, gelatin', all flavors 5c Big Ben Ig. pkg. soap shreds 19c tangerines t dot Kc, Kg .bari Ibs. J5c, Rrape frull'Sc, apples 29 pk., Royal Taste coffee and Dutch oven, all for SSc. Skaters Capital-Ize on the CM Spell FRIDAY and SATURDAY SPECIALS outhful Thief Captured After Exchanging Shots With Patrolmen. Krlti, Pa., Jan. 5--A drug store 1 oldup, followed by two guu bates and tho kidnaping of a physl Ian, resulted lu the arrest near and French streets of Ed- .·aril Flynn, 20, of 704 I'each trout. LEAN LIGHT SMOKED GALA HAMS Ib. 8c Meaty Lamb Stew Shoulder Veal Roast Ib. 12c With many sections of the country gripped by zero weather. It was only fitting for the nation's capital to put on Its wintry mantle, too. Here is the striking view taken from the Washington monument showing skaters gliding over tho Lincoln Memorial pool. · OF'33 MIS Various Inspectors and Healtl Workers Describe Program of Year. Sic 25.00 25.01 9.7! n.:ir 12.0 (Official Report) Office, Board of Health. Thursday, Jan. 4, 1334, 5 p. in Regular meeling. Present, ?.layor Roberts, chai man, Commissioners Coxe, aniak, Smith and Moelian. Also Dr. Ellis, health officer. The following hills wero pro ented and Commissioner Stefan ak moved Ibat they 1m approve! by this board and certified to tin common council for paymonl Carried, all voting aye. The Wnst Drug Co., prescription $24.f, Desmond Coal Co., gas and oil 33.9 Dunkirk Laundry Co. Inc., laundry , 24.9 1'ho Harper Drug Co" Inc.. medical supplies 04.1 . Y. Tiiluuhone Co., rentals and tolls 9-5' McClcnathan Printers' Inc., index cards Gt 7. P. Carlyon, servlceii plumbing board .'has. Boardslcy, do Chas. Pfislercr, do Gill and Will, lampart stain Valkcr Corp. £ Co., Inc., supplies '. L. Wicks, radiator Junkirtr Printing Co., publishing proceedings 12-9: Valhcr, Corp Co., Inc.. medicines neuron's Pharmacy Inc., supplies lie Typewriter Kxchangc, ribbon I. S. Briggs and Sons milk ·|io Heyl Grocery, supplies. L Y. Telephone Co., rent »ls and (oils I. F. Salhoft I.br. Coal Co.. wood 3.0' urnitol Mfg. Co., supplies. .14.1 Otis Clapp and Son Inc., do 4 -° '. D. Light, do 2 . F. Miehl. letterheads 4.9 '. IL Angllm, milk samples 1S - C lommunications: Complaints nga-lnst nuisance n 13 Genet sL were read and refer ·ed to the hoard as a commute if the whole. Reports: Vital statistics reports for 111 lonths of Sept., Oct. and Nov ;cre received and filed. Reports 'or the months of Sei ..amber, October, November an December of tho health officer mctcriologlst, inspectors am lurses were received and filed. Annual report of Health Office Dr. Ellis for 1933 showed the to' owing diseases reported: Chickc 01 48, tonsilltis 2. measles S7( lumps 10, pertussis 13. pncnmo - 1 - 2 29-" / TIMELY WISHES May 1034 be ono grand year of prosperity and Good Cheer for you and yours. rr. Glenn R. Fish Optomibrrt |l32 Central A*«. Phcne 53% Dunkirk. * V la 43, scarlet fever 27, tuhnrcnlo is 13. Detailed account of clln cs was given. Received anc led. Annual report of UacterloloRis Dr. Foss ga.ve a total of ^1S ex initiations in thu laboratory an. n account of venereal clinic. Itc elved and filed. Annual report of numbing um .anllary Inspector Welsh lor l'j;l bowed a total of 11(10 visits. 20 milling permits issued nnd an ac ount In detail of sanitary fixture laced during the year. Kcceivci nd fllcd. Annual report of nislrici Nurs O'Urion for \V.n sliowcd a total o 037 calls and pivo nil account o Tit work, nii»ccllam;oitB coufcrenc i and clinics. Received nm led. Annual report of Public llealt S'ursc Klciiiann for 193 bowed a total of 84 alls, assisted w i t h dlspen ury work daily and gn-vo MI ai. ount in detail of parochial tchoo vorlt. Received and filed. Ammo) report of Milk and Foo nspeclor AnKlIm for 1933 sho\\ cd a total of IS'JO Inspection 1153 siimplcs of millt tested, lOri laclcria counts, 1072 microncopi laminations, 42 fermcnlatio ests of citv water and oilier ml ccliiincous work. Itecelved an filed. Annual report of Child Welfai N'Ursc Swanson for 1933 showed olal of 1231) calls, 4 bo.'irdin ionics inspected and-a detailed in ount of Infant. nra-uat»! and vei real work. Received and Illni Coiilinlssioncr Stnfunliik inovn. adjourn. Curried. A. W. I I A I U J N G , C crk. TRXAS TURKEYS STARVING Kin-rvilli;, T e x -- ( U P ) -- Tho: anils of wild turkeys are slarviu death In this urea, l.on iiKlit ha s so reduced the too uppiy that sheep and goaLs hav latcn most of tlio gniss and otlic ocd tliat would have helped th url(oys. Many turkeys are in HUC tarved condition that, hunter vill not kill them. Ijiwruuco W. Miu'lln, 31, clerk l llurckart's drus utore. 12UO Vest Klglith street, wajj woumiitd n the right llilsli by a bullet from he,rohlre|.'B giin. no Is in Iln- not hospltul. Dr. Jniuos Hart, 1201 West SlRhth street, was forced al Ilio lolnt of a nun to drlvo Flyun away in his car after the youth lad held up the drug store. Dr. Hart fired two shots from ils automobile, as he was forced nit of his car by Flynn, at Fourth ind State rtrectB. Ono bullet grazed Flynn's ear, passing hrough the windshield of the car. After wounding Martin, tlm bief grabbed HO from till cash egister and lied out the door. Al hat moiile'nt Patrolman MJTIT. vns entorlng. The pair oxchnnged bhnls n m l - F l y n n lied to Kighlh c-ud Crniibetry streets, whcro lie orced Dr. Hart to drivo him iway at thn |K)!nt of a gun. Forcing Hart out of tiio car nt ·'mirth and Stale streets, Klynn Irovo to a point near city hall c-nd attempted to steal the car. Police from the station nearby. ·UEhcd toward him but ho again escaped Injury. Patrolman Hsh- Lr finally nabbed him at Eighth Hid French streets after another exchange "of shots. :. OF C. ELECTION GROUP MEETS MONDAY MORNING Members of the election commit- too of the- Chamber of Commerce, umnxised of Robert N. Palmer, chairman, Fr.iucis X, Dnlterwclch, It O. Proper, II. 10. Straight and S. A. Meyers, will meet at tho chamber olllco at H .Monday morning tn remit Ilio ballots returned by members In tho primary election or directors for the organi- sation. All ballots must bo in by .hat timu. All members of tho organization ant eligible for nomination, except Hie seven hold-over directors nnd Ilio seven directors who an. just retiring. Tho holdover directors conlinuu In olilce for a w l h c r year and iho by-laws jirolilhil any director holding office for two consecutive terms. The M members who receive the highest mnobiM- "f votes will he declared n n n i l u n l e d . At tlin f l u n l .·lection mnnihers will vote for Iho seven inoy prefer i)f t h e fourteen niuniniihid. Indications ar« that practically all moMibers will liiku part in thu prinuiry, FUNERAL SATURDAY FOR JAMES GILRAY, G Leg or Rump Veal Roast Ib. 14c Rib Lamb Chops Ib. 19c Shoulder Lamb Roast Ib. 12c Short Cut Lamb Legs----Ib. 16c RIB END PORK LOINS Ib. 10c Cala Style Porte Roast Veal Breast Ib. 10c English Cut Pork Chops.. .2 Ibs. 23c Home Pork Sausage !2 Ibs. 23c 1 Sliced Pork Liver 2 Ibs. I5c Lean Spare Ribs Ib. 8c ROUND, SIRLOIN, TENDERLOIN STEAKS Ib. 19c Boneless Rolled Rib Beef Roast -- .Ib. 19c Choice Cuts of Steer Beef Pot Roast .Ib/lOc Funeral services for .luniCH BI'.Icy Ollrny. 6, son of Mr. mid .Mrs Leonard (illniy of Shnrcwood drive, will bn held vaturdny at 2 p in. nt thn residence. Tlio Itev. ClmrlTM Cnmphcll, rector or Trinity cliuiTli, rrerinnla, will olllcialo nnd burial will he In Sheridan, the child's birthplace. Besides the parents, two hrotl'- ^rs, Robert nnd Campbell, survive. » EDWARD C. BALL + f Contractor, Painter ind Paper * } Hanger f T M y slogan Is to make homes ^ t more hcautl/ul. + j Phone 3896 140 W. Second St.' FUEL QJL SEMET-SOLVAY COKE fheuiaiuitfiiid it the moil latufactorj futl from the Laboratory F UEL bought for a power house is analyzed and selected for its ability to make a clean and thorough job of heating. SEMET-SOLVAY COKE is the analyzed and especially prepared fuel foi the home user. It contains chiefly hard carbon, which will not smoke or create soot. It will give you steam or ·warm air promptly, simply by regulating the drafts. You will find it easy to handle, surprisingly economical b} the season--satisfactory.no matter how particular you may be. Fresh Ground Beef ., 3 Ibs. 25c Rib or Loin Veal Chops Ib. 19c English Cut Veal Chops ...21bs.'25c Pure Lard 4 Ibs. 25c Federal Market Phone 4122 337 CENTRAL AVE. Phone 4122 MADIGAN LUMBER GOMPAKV Dunkirk, N. Y. " LUMBER-SASH-DOORS Mouldings and Interior Finish Mention the OBSERVER Ads When Shopping Quality Drug Store Merchandise at a Saving Quart American Oil Fully Guaranteed for ' One Year SYMBOL Hot Water Bottle 98c Quart Masters Cod Liver Oil Symans and Johnson -t»ke Bhore Drive, East, at Washington Avenue Telephone 6211 Telephone 4147 100 Hobarts Aspirin Tablets Bisma Rex 50c The miracle powder for relieving stomach gas, indigestion or heart burn IN A FEW MINUTES 603 Martels Lilac Vegetal Fresh Shipment MIXED SALTED NUTS 69c Ib. Pound Halls Baby Talc I PRESCRIPTIONS REASONABLY PRICED Monroe's Drug Stores DUNKIRK - and - FREDON1A

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