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WED., JAN. 21, 1931 PLATTSBURGH DAILY PRESS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES Advertisements 1 t o 3 lines: 1 day $0,25 3 days 50 1 week 1.00 2 weeks 1,50 i weeks 2.30 Advertisements over 3 lines: 1 day Bo per line 2 days 15c per line 3 days 20c per line 4 days 25c per line 5 days 28c per lino 6 days 30c per line 2 weeks 45c per line 3 weeks 60c per line 4 weeks 70c per line Count five words to line, CARD OP THANKS $1.00 POETRY NOT ACCEPTED. Ads for the classified columns should be received before 6:00 P. M. MOM W POP True to Form OM I'M SO EXCITED I LOOK'. I'VE UEEN MDOE. FUW. OUT »s TO «KLE. VF\ VJE. COULD LNE OM CvUCWS LQ0V<.>V7. s ' 0 »«. FOR U5H T , CH\CV\ TOLO OS or soun SECRET MEV4T THOUGHT SETTE R TALK TO XOU PsBOUT \T HERE COMES , DUCK OUT OF WERE ft.NO UFAN/E \T TO ME.. VU . HANDLE THVS S1TUKTIOM. i r SME. HA.STWK MMTO1&.GE. BUG, A ME GET IT OUT tal rikir^r L.lc-*.r\t UE.T HEO KNOW WE'RE. DEM) PAGE SEVEN By COWAN, iWd 'i Betel i IH THE.We. V.OMO E.MOUGH \MHATS GGVNG O N EVERYBODY'S COLUMN Whatever you want to get, or whatever you want to dispose of, Classified Adv«. Bring Quick Results. Phone 77 FOR SALE FOR RENT FOR SALE at Attractive Prices , A model new home, substan- I tially built, every improvement, (Ifine residential section. Price, I $6500. . A new home of distinction and I rare beauty which will appeal I to the discriminating buyer, first I class construction and material I throughout, hot water heat, I shower bath, toe place, located I on fine residential street, in I Normal Section. Price $8000. We can finance the purchase I of these homes on easy terms. Morrison & Miller, Inc. 21 Clinton Street . Phone 596 FOE BENT—Furnished flat with all modern conveniences. Gas and light furnished. Phone 951. (J21-27) FOR RKNT — Three furnished rooms for light housekeeping. In- quire 106 Bridge street. (J21-23) I FOR RENT—Store at 28 Bridge St. Inquire Byrnes & Ames, 36 Court St. Phone 296. (J21-tf) FOR RENT—Well furnished warm rooms. Reasonable. Call at No, 1 Margaret St. Tarleton Court. Phone 718-W. (J20-231 FOR RENT—Farm on shares com- Ipletely equipped except hors.es. H. B. Stiles, 124 Marraret St. (J24i FOR RENT—Attractive heated and furnished hoiife keeping apartment for two. Continuous hot water. Mod em and central location. 51 Corne- lia St. U19-2H IFOR SALE—1 60-cycle demonstra- Itor Thor Washer. 1 demonstrator IThor Washer equipped with gaso- lline motor. Both in excellent con- tention, with new washer guaran- tee. Also, very good values in elec- Itric radios, from $59.00 up. Bragg •Brothers. (J21-27) •FOR SALE—House & lot in village lof Dannemora. Inquire Clarence •DrQlleite. J20-22) 3ag range, '4 burners, _ bven and broiling oven, new. Tel. 745 or call at 187 | Margaret St. (J19-21) IFOR SALE—1 used phonograph; 1 Jused piano; 1 used battery set; 1 fused combination radio and phono- I graph; 1 used Singer sewing ma- chine. Clarkson's Music Rooms, 8 I Clinton St. (J16-221 FOR RENT—7 room fiat, hot water heat. 5-minute walk from business section. 78 Oak St. Tel. 483-R or 880-J. (J21) FOR RENT—On Sailly Avenue 3 room well furnished apt. upstairs. Lights, gas and heat. Tel. 8041. I (J15-tf) WANTFJD WANTED—Man to care for pure- bred herd, must be dry hand milk- er, steady work for the right party. No farm work. Address Dairyman. Press Office. (J20-26) WANTED—Small modern apart- ment good location, preferably first floor. Phone 314-R. (J19-21) WANTED—Steady work by day or week. Mrs. Fannie Martin and daughter. Best references. Rugar St., RFD. 5, Tel. 9-F-22. (J13-30) MISCELLANEOUS WORK FOR \UNCLE SAM\. — $105.00 to $250 month. Men-women, 18-50. Steady jobs. Paid vacations. Sample examination coaching and list positions Free. Write immedi- ately. Franklin Institute, Dept. 214 B. Rochester, N. Y. (J15-F15) HAVE YOUR Income tax return made out by a n accountant. Reason able rates. Box Z. Pres.5 Office. U19-24I FOR RENT—12 room house, corner and University o given a t once. Apply J. A. Stratton, 128 Court St., C.1.RD OF THANKS We wish to thank through the columns of the Press all who were so kind to u s in our bereavement. Mrs. Ruby Chittcnden. Brothers and Sisters. adv. 71 Beekman St., Place. Possession tt Phone 234-W. (JlOtf) FOR RENT—7 room house at 307 Margaret St. Inquire H. L. Booth. (J6-tf) FOR RENT—Five room heated and furnished apartment on Margaret St. Also five room house and gar- age on Sailly Ave. Apply to Chas. M. Miller, 68 Margaret St. (J9tf) FOR RENT—In Arcade building, one flight up, two-room offices with toilet. Heated. Excellent light, two windows in each room; hot water furnished year around. Rent $35.00 per month. Apply Harry L. Booth. IFOR SALE—WALL PAPER 5c to 160c per roll. Sun 'proof colors, Send I for free catalog. Economy Wall Pa- [ per So., Hudson Falls, N. Y. Phone 1446: (J17-23) Phone 713. (D18-tfi FOR RENT—0-room apartment a t 124 Bridge St., opposite D&H sta- tion, $30 month. H. L Booth. (Dltf) FOR RENT—Apartment of five FOR SALE OR RENT—Fine farm. rooms and bath at 141 Brinkerhoff 3 mi. west of city. Macadam Road, some stock. Mrs. L. Pepin, 160 Margaret St. Plattsburg, N, Y. (J16-24) FOR SALE—Dry hard wood, split or blocks. Best quality only. Call Legier Bros. 470-W. D20-tf) LOST AND FOUND LOST—Card punch. Finder kindly return to Elliot Brown, 8i Pine St. .at telephone 977. (J19-21) STRAYED OR STOLEN—2 beagle hounds. One black and white an- swers to the name of Rex, the oth- er black and white with tan face, answers to the name of Jack. Apply to K, H. Knapp, Mooers, N. Y. and receive reward. (J19-24) [ FOUND—Irish setter, about 5 mos. , old, female. Owner may have same, i or dog will be given to anyone that can care for same. Inquire at Press Office. (J19-21 1 POUND — One black and white hound dog. Owner may have same and keeping. J19-21) l>y paying for adv. Phone 323-W. ELMIRA— .IP> The State Reform- atory here had 1.000 inmates on Jan. 1. according to Dr. Frank L. Christian, superintendent. Thirty years ago, when Dr. Christian be- i'ame its lieiid. the registration was 1.300. St., first floor, $30 a,month. Inquire Morrison & Miller, Inc., 21 Clinton St., Phone 696. (O29-tf) TO RENT—Store at 53 Clinton St., Would divide for two ground floor offices. Daylight front and rear. In- quire Harrv L. Booth. (M29-tf) NOTICE TO WATER CONSUMERS Due to the very light rainfall during the fall months of 1930, there is a shortage of water in the city reservoirs and. it being neces- sary to conserve the present sup- ply, the public is urgently request- ed to refrain from the use of un- necessary amounts of water and to correct any leaky faucets or other water outlets. House to house in- spection is now being made to as-J certain and account for any waste ' ST. REGIS FALLS—i-P) A drive proxijnately 30,00 cords of pulpwood will be made down the St. Regis river frcm Meacham Lake early in the spring. More than 100 lumber- jacks will be employed in getting the logs to the river bank. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS 1. Sealed proposals for the Con- struction, Heating and Ventilation, Plumbing, and Electric Wiring will be received by the Board of Educa- tion, at the High School, for the Alterations and Additions to the High School, at AuSable Forks, N. Y., at 8 P. M., Friday, January 23, 1931. 2. The Board of Education re- serves the right to reject any or all bids. 3. Plans and Specifications for the General Contract may be ob- tained at the office of Alvin W. In- man, Architect, 12 Margaret street, Pittsburgh, N. Y. A deposit of $25.00 will be required 507o of which will be refunded on the re- turn of plans and specifications. 4. Plans and Specifications for the Heating and Ventilation, Plumbing and Electric Wiring may be obtained at the office of Al- fred Kellogg, 585 Boylston St., Bos- ton, Mass. A deposit of $15.00 will Ira required for each trade, 50',;, of which sum will be refunded on the return of Plans and Specifications. 5. Prospective Bidders must sat- isfy the Board of Education of their experience and ability to finance and perform the work. •— 6. Proposals lmist be accompan- ied by a Cashiers check or Bidders Bond, written by a n approved Surety Company, in the amount of 5% of the contract price. (Jl-6-23) Your Selling-Task May be Very Simple! What do you want to sell? Real es- tate? Your personal services? A second- hand car? Used articles of any kind? Your buyer is a reader of the classified ads. Your offer, if attractive, will interest that buyer. Put the matter to the test! Transactions On NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE Compiled by Jenks, Gwynne & Co., New York, Montreal, Burlington, an'fc Plattsburgh, through the courtesy of Mr. Charles Goodwin, Hotel With- erill, Pittsburgh, N. Y. POSTER CAMPAIGN OF GIRL SCOUTS A new official national poster for number of Inquiries and requests for information and assistance in- dicates thai there will be a wide selection. OPEN Air Reduc 93 1-8 Alleg Corp 8 7-8 Allied Oh 157 Allis Chal 33 1-2 Am Can 108 Am C & F 33 Am Fgn P\v 28 Am Loco 24 Am Radiat 17 Am Smelt 42 3-1 Am Stl Fdrs ... 25 1-2 i Am Sugar 46 A,m T & T 182 1-4 Am Tob 106 1-2 Am Tob pfd ... 110 1-4 Anaconda 33 Atchison 187 1-8 Atl Refln 20 1-2 Am Wat Wks ... 54 7-8 Am Rol Mis ... 29 5-8 Bald Lo new .... 21 5-8 Bait & Ohio ... 76 1-4 Barnsdall 11 7-8 Beth Steel 46 7-8 Brok Man T .... 59 3-4 CLOSE 95 7-8 9 1-4 159 1-2 34 3-4 109 7-8 32 5-8 29 24 1-2 17 433 3-44 NY NH&H Nor Amor 85 66 Nor Pac 53 1-2 Pac G & E Pac. Lighting .. Pac Mot ... . Penn R R Phels Dodg PS C N J ... . Pullman Pure Oil 4 3 Pure Oil 26 1-4 Philips' P the Girl Saouts will be adopted on; February 5th when a jury, consist- ing of six famous American artists, selects the winners in the poster contest now being sponsored by the National Council of the Girl Scouts The jury includes WILL BROADCAST TALK ON GIRL SCOUTING of water. T. G. Burke, Supt. of Public Works. TOWN COLLECTOR The undersigned having received the tax warrant for the town of Chazy will collect taxes at the fol- lowing places at the specified dates from 9 a, m. till 3 p. m. at per cent Thursday, Jan. 8th and Thursday, Jan. 22nd at my residence at West Chazy, Tuesday, Jan. 13th and Tuesday, Jan. 27th at Sullivan Store, Chazy. Jan. 20th at Henry Jubert Store. Sciota and Jan. 29th at Patnode Store, Ingraham at all other times at my residence at 1 pre cent ending Jan. 30th, 1931. Thomas Holland Collector, Town of Chazy. adv. I (Jl-30) i National Broadcasting Charles Dana Company hookup extending as far Gibson, Rockwell Kent, Ray Green p vest a = Minnesota and Texas and leaf, Neysa McMein, John LaGatta including forby-\ ne aities.. Girl and Edward A. Wilson. Scouts will have an opportunity on Under the trans of the contest Saturday January 24th, to listen in the poster must include one or more | on an exposition of Girl Scouting Girl Scouts in the grey-green uni- ] b y a well-known radio character, torn of the organization, and mustl The talk will be given by \Colonel faithfully express the spirit of Girl! Goodbody\ under the auspices of the Atlantic and Pacific Tea Com- at 8:45 and again at 9:45 Scouting. A consulting committee of three, working in cooperation with the jury of awards, will ad- A - M - Eastern Standard Time. vise the latter with respect to Colonel Goodbody, who is an ex- whether or not the spirit of the P ert in tood values ' wil 1 diso « ss Girl Scout movement has been | the domestic side of the Girl Scout depicted. Members of the commit- P ro erarn, being much impressed tee are Mrs. Frederick Edey, presi- dent of the Girl Scouts; Mrs. Niclio with Girl Scout culinary skill. In his talk he will describe a birthday las F. Brady, chairman of the board: dlnner Prepared by two Gi(l Scouts of directors and Mi's. Arthur Os-1 and wiu Sive many suggestions for good Choate, vice-president and', planntoe appetizing and nutritious enairman of the program com- mittee. Three prizes will be award- ed, $300.00, $200.00 and S100.00, affd all three prize-winning designs will menus. Among the stations over which the 9:45 A.M., program will be become the property of the Scouts. From them will be adopted an official national poster, although it may not necessarily be the first prize-winner. The contest is being conducted by the Art Alliance of America. TIM . I Broadcast arc WEAF, New York; WJAR, Providence; WTAG, Wor- Sanborn Optical Co., Inc. Pittsburgh - 44 Clinton St Tel. 2C4 Branch Offiwii IMM Point 52 Pratt Blntt Of«B Tneadaj P. M., and Evenlnc T*U»hou U»« COLLECTORS NOTICE I, the undersigned collector of cester; WCSH, Portland; WRC Washington; WGY, Sohenectady; WBEN, Buffalo; WCAE, Pittsburgh WTAM, Cleveland; WWJ, Detroit; KSD, St. Louis; WOO, Davenport; WHO, Des Moines; WAW, Omaha; WDAF, Kansas Cit; WTMJ. Mil- waukee; WEBC, Duluth-Superior; WRVA, Richmond; WJTF, Raleigh; lSgiecefveT^axfoTS Jacksonville; WFLA and warrant for the collector of such.WSUN, Tampa; WIOD, Miami; 46 185 107 1-2 110 1-4 33 1-8 190 1-4 20 1-2 56 1-4 Radio C A .. Rad Kei Alb Rem-Rand .. Rep I & St Royal Dutch Sears Roeb .. Shell U Oil .. Simmons Co . 46 7-8 53 . 9 1-8 59 1-2 20 1-2 , 75 55 10 1-4 13 13 16 3-8 . 16 . 16 7-8 38 47 3-4 9 5-8 , 15 3-8 11 1-4 . 47 1-2 102 59 54 3-4 Briggs Mfg 17 1-8 Bolv Wat 12 1-2 Benedix 18 5-8 Can DG Ale 30 1-8 Can Pac 40 7-8 Cb.es & Ohio .... 40 C M & StP 7 1-2 Chrysler 16 1-2 CO1 F & I 23 5-8 Col G & E 34 Col Graph 9 3-8 Case Co 83 1-2 Cons Gas 84 1-2 Cont Can 49 1-2 Com Pr 78 1-8 Cer de Pas 24 Com Solv 15 5-8 Com Wl S 8 7-8 Curtis Wght .... 37-8 Davison Oh 14 Del & Hud 143 D L & W 90 1-4 Drug Inc 65 1-2 DuPont 84 Elec Au Lte 51 1-2 Foster Wheler ... 46 1-4 El Pow Lgt 41 7-8 Erie 29 3-4 Fox 27 Fam Pyrs 41 3-8 Gen' Foods 49 3-4 Freport Tex 30 31 1-4'Sinclair Oil 22 1-8 South Cal E 77 3-8 South Pac . 12 1-8 South RR . 12 1-8 Stan G & E 59 3-4 S O Cal 45 3-4 16 3-4 S O NJ 46 1-2 12 1-2 S O N Y 23 1-4 19 ' Stew War 13 31 1-4 Studebaker 22 41 iTex Co 31 1-2 41 5-8' Tex Gulf Sul ... 46 7-8 7 1-2 Tex & Pac 4 7-8 16 3-4 Tim Rol B 43 3-4 24 7-3 Unit Alrcft 1.... 24 34 Union Carbd ... 56 1-4 8 1-8 Union Pac • 188 3-4 86 1-4 Uni Corp 18 1-4 85 Uni G Imp 28 49 1-4 US C I P 29 78 , U SInd Al 59 5-8 24 US Rubber 12 18 1-8 US Steel 139 3-4 9 Vanadm Cor ... 47 1-4 3 7_8 Wabash ....... 22 1-8 W B Pi 166 188 85 67 54 3-8 47 1-4 53 9 1-4 60 1-2 ' 20 1-2 76 1-4 54 | 10 1-4 13 3-4 13 3-S 17 1-4 16 1-4 17 1-2 38 1-4 48 7-8 10 15 3-8 12 47 1-2 102 58 60 7-8 46 3-4 48 23 1-2 18 1-8 22 32 46 7-8 5 44 3-8 24 5-3 58 188 1-2 19 1-4 28 3-8 3D 62 1-2 12 141 48 1-8 23 1-4 16 7-8 34 86 3-4 57 73 1-2 9 3-4 A. E. Sherman OPTOMETRIST Strand Theatre BIdg. BRINKERHOFF ST. Phone 951-J for Appointments. Eyes Examined, Glass** Ground and Fitted. Open SATURDAY Evening! PROFESSIONAL CARDS UNDERTAKING p Gen Asphalt G l 27 3-4 14 W Bro Pic 1 1- 143 West Arbke 34 90 5-8 Wes.t Mfg 83 3-8 65 1-4 Woolworth 55 5-8 86 1-4 Yngstn S&T .... 73 1-2 52 , Yellow Cab 9 3-4 47 I 43 1-8' MIAMI STAGES SWIM MEET 30 5-8| 27 7-8 j MIAMI, Pla. {/Pi—A Greater g£j 1 ' 2 Miami swimming championship has 30 I been arranged for February 1. The 28 1-4 contests, which will be sanctioned 43 4 Auto Ambulance Telephone 41 Open Day and Night i Eugene Brown & Son I FUNERAL DIRECTORS I Office and Chapel 1 2!) Broad St., PlaUsburgh. N. Y. Office and Chapel: No. 3D-43 West 60th St. | Phone Columbus 3461-62-63 , New York City. JOHN J. O'NEILL Funeral Director Office and Chapel, 72 Brinkerhott Street. Phone 1M Keesevtlle Office—Phone, Day, 18-W; Night, 47-i. Motor 2?? ,^1..'. tl 5 ,~l m~ A . by the Florida A. A. U, will be open to all amateurs in good stand- ing. WiU receive taxes from 9 A. M. till 3 r*. M. at the following places. Jan. 6 Henry Holland's Residence. Jan. 10, Beekmantown Corners. Jan. 13 Boyle and Dupee Store East Bkt J 17 S WHAS, Louisville; WSM, Nashville; | Mack Truck 'WMC, Memphis; WSB, Atlanta; WAPI, Birmingham; WJDX, Jack- son, Miss.; WSMB, New Orleans; KVOO, Tulsa; WKY, Oklahoma Beekmantown. Jan. 17 Sangerd school house. Jan. 20 Hamilton._,. -^.p „ f wnrHr K-ppr Gales residence. Jan. 24 Brick olty ' WBAP ' Folt Wolfcl1 ' KPRC| school house 'State Road). Jp.n. 27 ;Houston; WOAI, San Antonio; Beekmantown Corners, and at alUKKSTP, St. Paul-Minneapolis; e'ncfeXg Mi'im \ MM \ WPI ' ^'^phia; WIBO and Redmond Holland, Col. (Jl-31) WGN, Chicago. Gen Motors 36 1-2 Gen Ry Sig 69 Gil Saf Raz 24 3-4 Goodrich 16 Goodyear 40 7-8 Grahm Pge 4 1-8 Granby Min .... 15 3-4 Gt Nor pr 63 5-8 Grand Union ... 11 1-4 Gold Dust 35 5-8 Houston O 37 1-2 Hudson Mot .... 22 1-4 Hupp Mot 8 Insp Cop 8 1-4 Int Harv 49 3-8 Int Nickel 14 7-8 Int T & T 22 1-2 Int Match 57 John Mans 58 5-8 Kelvinator 9 1-2 Kan City S 37 1-2 Ken'cot Cp 24 1-4 Kreugn Toll 213-4 Loose Wills 48 Lowes 47 Legett My 88 Louis G & E .... 28 1-2 Ludlum Ste 12 5-8 38 3-8 6 8 1-4 Mo Pac 35 3-4 16 5-8 12 1-4 25 30 1-8 32 40 3-8 31 7-8 MIDWEST STARS GET GRID ROLES ON COAST TEAM Marmon Mot .. Miami Cop Mont Ward Murry Body M K& T Nusli Mot Nat Cash R Nat Dar Pr Natl P & L Nevada 111-8 N Y Central ... 118 1-2 NORMAN, Okla., i.fj—\Colonel\ Bustel Mills, hero of the west-cast charity football camp at Sim Fran- Cisco, intends to continue his erirl- ,22 Brinkerhoff St., Plattsburg, N. Y. iron career with the Olympic rlub, M °\ey to Loan on Real Estate of San Francisco after he is grad- uated next spring from the Univer- sity of Oklahoma. After he booted a place kick to 36 3-4 69 7-8 24 16 1-8 40 1-2 4 1-8 15 3-4 64 7-8 J 11 1-4; • 33 7-8 38 1-2 22 1-4 8 8 51 3-8 15 7-8 23 57 1-4 61 9 3-4 37 1-2 24 1-2 21 7-8 48 1-8 48 88 3-4 28 1-2 13 39 6 8 1-4 36 3-4 17 1-8 12 1-2 24 5-8 31 California wheat production has 32 dropped from 40,000,000 bushels in 33 18 189 ° t o an avera B e o f IS.OOO. 000 11 5-8 bushels in the last five years, the 122 state university estimates. MONUMENTS Everything in the granite or marble line direct from the quarries. No middlemen. Thirty-seven yean experience. No risk when you buy from HULIHAN BROS., Rut- land, Vermont. ATTORNEYS CHARLES H. SIGNOR Attorney and Counsellor at Law 14 Brinkerhoff St., Plattsburg, N. Y. Telephone 198-J. J. W. DAVERN Attorney and Counsellor at Law Money to Loan on Real Estate 41 Clinton St. Phone 192-W Seth Allen ALLEN & ALLEN Benjamin I . Allei Attornej's and Counsellors at Law VICTOR F. BOIRE Attorney and Counsellor at Law 139 Margaret Street Plattsburg, N, Y. J. EDGAR DOWNS give the west taam a 3- victory, tho Attorney and Counsellor at Law Sooner quarterback was offered n lB1 Margaret St., Plattsburgh, K. Y place with the Olympic 1931 aggre- gation. Kermit Lange, backfleld ace for Baker university, Baldwin, Kan., also impressed the Olympic club officials by his play with the west team. He accepted a n invitation to join the club squad in the fall. HOLCOMBE ABSTRACT CORPORATION Abstract of Real Estate Titles Made Promptly Phone 320 Lock No. l» 28 City Hall Place TREE SPECIALIST Trimming, Tree Surgery, Spraying, Taking Trees Down, Ornamental Planting, Landscraping W. J. Hayward Phone 49-J. Plattsburgh, N. X LIFE INSURANCE AGENCY of WILLIAM MAYETTE Office 71 Clinton St., Room 3 Phone 302 Agency Organizer for New York Life Insurance Co. Wedding Invitations PRINTED ON SHORT NOTICE PLATTSBURGH DAILY PRESS 55-59 Clinton Street \FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS\ — , ^- r Tr-, '| » -T-7, Past and Present! Bv BLOSSER (3EE...I \•WOWDER. IF \THE BAWOIT VUW3 HEL.0 OP THAT COT IW THE Rocky BUT I'M ©WAD Tb SEE you OUSHTA HAVE A LOT OF FUM THIS M-11MTER. !.' IF YOU CAMT SOESS, ' SlOT SO| Me To >fc>U EVER FORGETTIUS HlrA !.'

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