PAGE EIGHT Er i Comt N. Y. fc W. M B three In ad T In ao whlcl mane T of al papei NE tie, 1 parti the groui will tion: Will have a sale on Stamped Goods to February 1st. Everything marked down to make room for new spring goods. Ye Ole Home Art Shoppe PLATTSBURGH DAILY PRESS WED., JAN. 21, 1931 The Buyers Guide Miss Florence Sibley. Formerly of Ostrandcr's will do Shampooing, Marcelling, Facials, Scalp Treatment and Manicuring at your home. For appointments Phone 782-J or call 109 Brinkcrhoff St. Your Money Will Earn 4*/*% AND 5% With Absolute Safety WHEN INVESTED IN THE CHAMPLAIN VALLEY SAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION TELEPHONE 607 20 Brinkerhoff Street Pittsburgh, N. Y. KEEP YOUR MONEY AT WORK AT HOME Our Type of Banking Has Had 100 Years of Successful Experience, JOIN NOW - - - CHRISTMAS SAVINGS. INCOME and INSTALLMENT SHARES - - - JOIN NOW. Electric and Acetylene WELDING Harry Reed 4 Lorraine St. Tel. 1152 WOLFE'S MEN'S SHOP. Saves you real money on Suits, Overcoats, Sheeplined Coats, Horsehide Coats, Gloves, Mittens, Heavy Wool Hose, Dress Shirts, Work Shirts, Ties, Traveling Bags and Suit Cases. SPECIAL DURING JANUARY Any MAN'S SUIT in our Store All Reduced to $Q \7C one price *• ' ** The time to buy is NOW not later. SorrelTs Beauty Shoppe Prices Reduced on Permanent Waves Marcel Waves Water Wave Finger Wave Manicures Facials Hot Oil Treatment Shampoos Call 691 for Pricet 71 Clinton Street RADIOS Victor-Crosley * R.C.A. ? d and Brunswick Garkson's Music Room 8 Clinton Street Make arrangements now for Winter Car STORAGE Heated, Reasonable Rates. Modern One-stop Service, KNAPP AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE Phone 663 25-31 Charlotte Street \The King of the Midgets\ Console Cabi- nets, from $99.50 up to $280.00 Little Viking '69-50 •omplete C. S. ARKETT ___^ Battery Service lit Beekman St. Phone 93 Plattslmrgh ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••I s Cylinder Grinding S and refitting with pistons, rings and pins JJ makes your motor • LIKE NEW 5 The same job you get at the factory. • M. J. CLOW, Inc. 40 Pine Street S 40 Pine Street Tel. 800 5 ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• FOR ANY KIND OF REPAIR on AUTO BODIES and FENDERS goto LOUIS LEFORTE'S GARAGE HALSEY'S CORNERS Phone 1190 Ask your neighbors. They know it's the BES TPLACE NOW I« The Tim» to Advertise Your FARM PRODUCE In the PRESS CLASSIFIED COLUMNS Save Money AT WOLFE'S Have Your Old LEATHER TOPS Sewed on New Rubber Bottoms AUTO GLASS Tropic-Aire Hot Water Car Heaters Auto Motor Heater for cold garage, makes starting easy. AUTO ROBES Auto Top and Deck Covers IDEAL MFG. CO. Pittsburgh, N. Y. Phone 840 M. J. CLOW, Inc. Authorized Service Station BUICK PACKARD 40 Pine Street STORAGE—WASHING Tel. 800 CHARIS! A I'oiHidution g-annent iuu<l<-' to meet the re- (Iiiiivmonis oP both youthl'ul aiiil mature figures. Let us show you our -19.'U models. Laura B. Richardson, Rep. !)8 Broad Ht. Td. 478-K BOUSQUET BROS. GARAGE AUTO REPAIRS Miller Tires Texaco Gas and Oils West of Pittsburgh Morrisonville Highway Spray Painting and Whitewashing Rates on Request John H. O'Brien 21 Lozier Place Tel. 823-W Cain's Beauty Shoppe 24 CLINTON ST. Phone 699 Four Experienced Operators When in need of a Heated Ambulance Call Ralph Lewis Mooers, N. Y. Day Phone 27-A Nite 26-A Old Newspapers Large Bundle 5c Press Office 55-59 Clinton St. Job Printing The next time you need Window Cards Dodgers Posters or Tickets Let us handle the order. The Pittsburgh Press 55-59 Clinton St. TKMSPHONI 77 Home Garage William Case, Prop. Fepairing and Over- hauling. Gasoline, Oil and Supplies. Phone 388 24 Cemetery St. N. Y. MARKETS NEW YORK, Jan. 20 <#>)—(State Dept. of Agriculture & Markets)— There was only a moderate supply jf live poultry on the wholesale narkets today with prices remain- ing steady. ^Offerings of hay were liberal and with a slow trade the undertone ,vas weak. No steers, bulls or cows were on sale. Only a small lot of vealers self while shoveling snow in front of Jaque's Drug Store one day last week. Mr. and Mi's. Charles Donah of Chazy spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Laramie and daughter Lillian. William Carter of Plattsburg and Mi 1 , and Mrs. Herbert Baker and son Robert spent Sunday evening at West Chazy, the guests of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Car- ter. per cut were on sale and the prices were | Lawrence county. steadyd. Receipts of lambs were.\ jglit, active demand for New York '.ambs causing pries to advance 25c per cwt. Hogs were in active de- mand at steady prices. Butter opened firmer; creamery salted higher score advanced l-2c per pound. The egg market continued weak, Best nearby whites declined lc and top quality browns declined 2c per dozen. Apples: Western and central New York pier and store sales bar- rels Baldwins N.Y.U.S. grade No. 1, 2 1-4 inch 2.50; Black Twig N.Y. U.S. No. 1 2 1-2 inch 4.00; Mcln- tosh N.Y.U.S. No. 1, 2 1-2 inch 5.00 6.25; Northwestern Greenings, N.Y U.S. No. 1, 2 1-2 inch 3.50-4.00; Rhode Island Greenings N. Y. U. S.' No. 1, 3 inch 5.50-6.00; 2 3-4 inch 4.62 1-2; 2 1-2 inch 4.00; poor- er 3.00; 2 1-2 to 3 inch 4.50-5.00; Stark. N. Y. U. S. No. 1, 2 1-2 inch 4.00; Sutton Beauty N.Y.U.S. No. 1, 2 1-2 inch 3.50; Wagener, N, Y.U.S. No. 1, 2 1-2 inch 4.00; Car- tons, store sales, Mclntosh N.Y.U. S. No. 1, 2 1-2 inch 4.00; cartons, store sales, Mclntosh N.Y.U.S. fan- cy 1.28 to 160's 2.75; 182's 2.50; 96's 2.25; unclassified 192's 1.60; 123's 1.75; .96's 1.50; baskets Mclntosh N.Y.U.S. grade No. I. 2 1-2 inch fair 1.25-1.50; Rhode Island Green ings N.Y.U.S. No. 1, 2 1-2 inch mostly 1.12 1-2. Hudson Valley store adn storage sales bushel Baldwins N.Y.U.S. grade No. 1, 2 1-2 inch and upward 1.25-1.75; unclassified 21-2 inch and upward 1.00-1,25; poorer 75; Delicious N. Y. U. S. grade No. 1, 2 1-2 inch and upward 1.50-2.00; Mclnlosh N.Y.U.S. No. 1, 2 .1-2 inch and upward 1.25-2.00; Rhode Island Greenings N.Y, U.S. No. 1, 2 1-2 inch 1.50-2.00; 2 3-4 inch 1.25-1.75; 2 1-2 inch 1.00-1.50; miscellaneous varieties N.Y. U.S.' No. 1, 2 1-2 inch 1.00-1.75; unclas- sified 2 1-2 inch and upward 75- 1.00. Potatoes: Green Mountain U. S. No. 1, stock, in bulk per 180 pounds Long Island 3.90-4.00; rarely high- er; Maine 3.40-3.60. Dairy Products Egg market unsettled. Receipts I 32,061. Mixed colors, fresh gathered closely selected best 23; mixed col- l ors, fresh gathered closely selected extra 22 1-2; extra first 21 1-4-1-2; | first 20 1-2-3-4; seconds unquoted; i medium 18 1-2-17; refrigerator firsts 15-16; refrigerator best un- quoted; seconds 14-1-2; nearby hen nery brown exrta 23 1-2-24; near- by hennery brown extra flrst 22; nearby and nearby western hen-' nery white closely selected extra 23 . 25; nearby and nearby western hen i nery white average extra 22 1-2; j nearby white pullets unquoted; Pa cine coast white extra 24-25; Paci- fic coast white extra first 22 1-2- 23 1-2. NEW YORK, Jan. 20 m—But- ter 19,526; unsettled. Creamery, higher than extra 29 1-2-30; extra (92 score) 29; first (88-91 score) 26 1-2-28 1-2. Cheese 235,767; steady. NEW YORK, Jan. 20 <#;—-Dres- sed poultry stead. Fowls, fresh or frozen 19-28. NEW YORK, Jan. 20 (fP)— Live poultry irregular. Broiler by freight 2S-30; by express 30-40; fowls, freight 22-26; express 20-27.. Prod Beggs spent the week-end at his home at Port Jackson, St. BALLS' HO V lilt OVIiH ENGLISH CRICKET BATTLES TONBRIDGE, England t/P) —A strike here may result in cricket-1 eers in the far flung reaches of the empire having to play their fav- orite eame with golf balls or base- balls or even puff balls, For the members of the amalga- mated society or cricket ball mak- ers in this district which supplies practically the whole empire with regulation spheroids have quit work. A working agreement between I employers and employes has run . out and the former considered the Production of Kentucky oil fields j time opportune for a' 10 per cent for 1930 compared favorably with wage cut. \\ the banner year of 1929. I diffarent. LIKE RINGS OVER GLOVES LONDON, (#j—Rings over glovesl seem to be growing in popularity! for evening v?av hore. Diamonds! KI\ worn v;li;i black ami coloredf gems with lighter gloves. Muciiuv guns nn'4 Eawed-oftl shotguns have been made part of I the equipment of Illinois highway! police. The employes thought •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••I, 3 MIIIISNMAN Sfores HAVE YOUR NOON-DAY LUNCH at our FOUNTAIN and LUNCHEONETTE COUNTER, We serve a Plate Lunch Daily, at 35c WEDNESDAY'S LUNCH Beef and Noodles, Peas, Potatoes, Coffee . Fresh Home-made Soups Served Daily S 10c SPECIAL FEATURE Golden Bantam Corn on the cob All kinds Ice Cream Sodas Sundaes, Banana Splits, . Don't forget! Have a Lunch at i FISHMAN'S „, ^••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••H S • m m A Few More Days on REDUCED PRICE! Have your CLEANING and PRESSING Done NOW-- and Save! Men's Suits or Overcoats Cleaned and Pressed for One Dollar. Plain Dresses Cleaned and Refmished for One Dollar. Phone Two SPIEGELS SERVICE FREE AUTO DELIVERY INGRAHAM Jan. 20.—We were visited by a heavy snow storm which blocked up all roads, and the mail man could deliver the mail only three days during the week of Jan. 12. The school bus was unable to get through roads which caused the school children to be absent from school four days. The many friends of Mrs. John Breyette are glad to hear that she is getting better. Mrs. Hughes is ;aking care of her. j *# Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dmi*i and tamily and Mrs. Minnie Dtrushaj and mother Mrs. L. Ploof have moved back home from Alburg, Vt. Lewis Young is confined to the house with LaGrippe, Frank Champagne is working for Charlie Lengfleld. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Compo and laughter Clara, Mr. and Mrs. Alex ander Brunell and son James were She guests of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ditto and son Peter and Harry Mc- Cottery Sunday evening, Emile Langlois transacted busi- ness in Champlain Thursday. Lemuel Patnode had the misfor- ;une of falling and hurting him- Carroll's FEBRUARY urniture Sale Commences Today Great reductions in all Modern and Antique Fur- niture-Every article in our store included in this sale. All merchandise will be delivered now or at your convenience. Carroll's 29-31 Bridge St., Pittsburgh, N. Y.