The Morning Herald from Uniontown, Pennsylvania on December 12, 1927 · Page 14
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The Morning Herald from Uniontown, Pennsylvania · Page 14

Uniontown, Pennsylvania
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Monday, December 12, 1927
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PAGE tbvii'titon Tin-; jJoi:Nj;-.t. DEATHS- 1 m CLO OUT SALE CHRLtS W. TUN5TALL liiilv- W. Tcihs!:ill. a;;.'ll j-' ;;. IV, s.iulll Monul Vfn.ju :-im-. i i Hi- IViiu 11-: ilt;il. 1'Imk I.. ilin-.rta . I)i - . .vim- iin iilnr. ol ;i conmlH-Hllou )i lit' :). born on t-Vbru ;. is',;. Mr. l-jn.-tall was :i n-sl- ,.; !l-(j;flllll fOl M'YCIl.l years. '.. I'liioiiijwn wIkti' Ho i iiijiloy.'u oy On' Saniiarj' ami -v.ivi.uil Hal;inr i'milJKinii'S. Mr. .ill v, liy hi- M 'llim . I ": ii''- T-.insliiil '!' 1 1 1 i l il v of BRUNSWICK PHONOGRAPHS and PANATROPES :il.iy followed by GEORGt W. MAULER c.-nri;.' W. M:inl"r. at'-d !7 yealf. .ii"l a: hi- Home a! Continental No. 1. Snmiay uiyi-iiuin, l)i-c( iiiIk-i 11. ::'".' ai I'.li' o'clock iollowlr.g an 111-li--.s of ;i i uiiiilli.illo:i o: diseases. H" :.s survived by Ha widow, Mrs. V. ..'. - 111 Mauler; a sister. Mrs. Ha:n-:i- I .Mausi of Brown lipid, ami a brnlli-vi. SlvDsmin Mauler also ol Bro'.vn-a, hi. .Mr. .Mauler ra: a member of ii - KniuliM ol Pvfhlas anil Odd Fe!- le. -"iiT, r i-ni ..:ei vires will be !:eld iu (be ii ii Tiivi-dai arieixeon at 2 o'clock I il-, ll"i-. Frank Holllnslieiid ofTo liny. Unrial will be in Iho Hop KELLEY FUNERAL ;il -rvlic5 lor VlKiam !C-,vi-:,' iivlii i'riday afternoon rail '.be Ferryopoiis cvnie-!:. Ki- .Mr. Dinsinaro was i:i ii ii." siTi'lces. Mr. KeUey is 1 , l'liV.uAiiig sister and : M:.-. Kugciic Wlnlerlialter iiioun Mr?. Wade Heusel .. J A. il.Miford of l.l'isi-tlr'llR r':.i.I ;,ud Oliver Kelley ol HE X". 1, awl Wai'vr K"!l,-y PE.TFR YlcMAHON - i i .Mi-.Maiion. ai--'."J ,"l eurs. of nistone. died hi the Uiiinntown ,uial. Sjiiiribn afternoon. Decern-, T.. -.1,2;. as :::15 o'.-loel;. Hi- is I uy ins ivicow. airs, i iara Me'Akilion. and IJie follow nig i; .lames of 'Jnlontown- Mur- ol lialpb: NVin.ia-.ii. Georyc, Clara Muiyaiet. at bone. One brother, ..--.t ol l.-isi-niiuR, and Hire" sis-. .Mr.-.. fiallnglier ol Con-Mllle: Mis James Harm- of Point iou ami Mrs. Mary Molhido of onloivii, also survive, -.ineial sen iff will be held in ili.e wusvill'.- R. C. clmvch Tuesday ninp al fr-ijO o'clock followed by Ut In Park Place c emetery. TJn- RlCHARCl O. TUTINO .Ji.liaid II. Ttnino, aceil ilnee ii-: ,nii; Mm in' Mr. and Mrt. liocco 1 i died ai lo fair.Uy boioe in, .- ,i.i 1 1 roil 1 1 . v i 1 1 p Fun-lay 1:101 iliac;; i i-uiber II. W!, 3t 7 o'elo-.'k. Pu-ai ier-.ii'-. will 'x lield Ibl:, afi-t:. -i.oii ai -l-. '.O o'clock Willi burial in 1; risniii,; -nielery. AND?! LW TIlbSA, SR. .'iiln.-w l're.-a. Sr., anvil years I .lays, died al. 'us Hoiii at vi- Hill fi'nuday iiioi-ning. Ordeiaii.'i: lii 5,'. ai i;;l'.' o'clock, following ill", :: v ibree day-,. He it snr--, !;y Id.: uii.ow. Mrs. llary .a; five rbildrcn, Audi en, Jr., ,-:e, 'I'liciiiH.-. Ellen and JoHcny; n.O'.be:. Mrs. Mary Tresa, In IC11-; lour siff.-i-s, Mrs. Anna VoiU of ivland. Mis. John Ilolowaf oC I'al-, 1. Hi'.-.. :iiv-, Koliel; of Vander- ca Tre.-p. in Ut; v;ii'. 1110 bioibns. Jobu of Brier Hill Paul tn liirrorie. -.iceral sei vices will oe l.i-id i:i the ii Hiii Catholic church Tttesdar ihij; a I o'clock, followed by lal ,:i lb'- Urier Hill eenielery. .V.R3. CORA B. CICHORE '.' jLi -- 1 V H M HWliWW tri $XZZiTZ : "ffe::: Spanish Shawl Vogue; . . saw to ' TRUMPETS TMm iH l' ' . jj ' ?' " ' ! wnf ii.on Ta-ffiu ft,e-., i.e ifep (X)NTENIENT ' - on" Verer B ' ' i'"1 jiiri ""'1''i,J"t F TERMS ON j u,i, r( ,. i.,uti1.-..i,i- C'4j j : v j .v.- uuei,, m.,, o; KoP.,wicj DKIJM OUTFITS RKAL TRAP DRUM ('. HI. WILLIAMS, lil "Hi DKAl.l'H The Spanish is Kuving "WHEN WORDS FAIL" , T7' ITT Z7V. Jy .T M JT. Eisinr" p- : b" ! rr jr. JFreaeriCK Jriano LO. ! lame lriWm.-d wiih !onC Mark n-i : r'-i" o"0"' "f 1 Cor. Main & MtwmU)WJl Rlrwls. R FREE RECORDS PHONOGRAPHS Sharon Model Kegular Price $90.00 NOW $49.50 Tlio Jiticst machine on (he mar-lief for the money. Plays aJI records. inelmliiiK Kdison. PANATROPES Model P.S (3 only) Kegular Price $650.00 NOW $324.50 Model P9 Regular Price $475.00 NOW $198.50 Service Radio and Phone 2345 JA-S. H. DUNN, Pres. H ARRY GANS, V. Pres. NATIONAL VTCE j In "Cnrl" Battle j 1 IT Defends Russia ' - I , BSfeft. r ' ' '"Wtnnylplf1 . l-f)ttl. i-iliicf of (l-.'.iilv deligala! U' SWffl&W&tni 1 - j IWrjaMWMMMMEMaaBMaW! 1 1 VH&V I 'yi' --v.ti.'-i; a.. iii.ii '.ec. ! wp ""j j Puwc tlOVSPQf I r W W For Christmas! Oh Boy! S'"- - V ' l'll.iu.i!;i- --'I ' l-ll:.-: .!l'3 Srlht-:- , JK- ' sBfe ! ' I," " 1 r.: 1 1 f ,:f f W i MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS I ,L,' i' t '. -mmm You Can Easily Learn to Play One of These The world's finest musical instrument for use in Clubs, Community Halls or in Private homes. This High-Boy Model employs 2 stages of amplification for use of Radio and Record Reproduction. SAVE $35 to $300 JUST IN TIME FOR XMAS, TOO! All these fine instruments are being sacrificed at prices unheard of in the musical world. Today you can buy a Panatrope-the outstanding musical instrument at the price formerly paid for an ordinary talking machine. A SMALL DEPOSIT WILL HOLD MACHINE FOR CHRISTMAS DELIVERY 97 W.Main St., Uniontown STORE OPEN EVENINGS PANATROPES The machine embodies Model P13 all the principles of the higher priced instruments. Electric volume control adapts instrument for dancing or softer house reproduction. Electric Co. LIBERAL TERMS PHONOGRAPHS Seville Model Regular Price $115.00 NOW $79.50 Compare the tone fiiiulity of this instrument with those costing $ 1 75.00. Heuulif nl warn ut cabi-inet-nf lalest design. Regular Price $350.00 NOW $162.50 Model P2 Regular Price $400.00 NOW $187.50 Phone 2346 ALLEN J. PARKE. Treas. FRANK W. NEW HALL, Secy. I -saisssis3;rii tM iimw i rm irrr i run i n nil i i i i i

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