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January 25, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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/ACE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLf ."VTLLE, PA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 3930. Licensed at, Cumberland. Oliver Wendell Sprpui of Ohiopyle and Ora Slizabeth Miller ot MariUoye- burg, Park Chester Burd of Uniontown anrl Opal I»ette HumiborsUne, of Markl«ytfburg, wore graiite-d licenses at Cumberland. Licensed ,nt Somerset Georgo Cplflesh of Addlton town- NAVY STUNT FLYER TAKES BRIDE Quick Relief for Cflfghing Sfolls Famous Prescription Stop,' Them Almost Instantly. . Tho phenomenal HUCCCSS of i doc. . _ . , , , , tor's famous prencrlption called ship, Somerset Bounty and Lottie I. T h o j d n o is fhlo t) , ts rtouble .. cUon , Knox of Ursina and John S(. Barclay unri Hn'/:el F. Y o u n k l n , footli o£ Rockwood, V.-OTO licensed. to we.) at Sora- orset. Diunos of Midtn Meet,;; , Saint Omar Sisterhood, Da;m«s.'of Maltu', met kml night in Odd Follows hall, at which Um-o businwifi ot n routine nature w:ts transacted. . C. I. of A. Will Meet. The regular meeting o£ Court An- nunctata, Catholic Daughters ot America will bo hold Monday night, .lanuary 27, in the social hall of tlv* Immaculate Conception Church, All memhors are requested to attend, Following the business meeting there will be practice for the Initiation of candidates. Jtoose-Wood. Mr. and Mrs. W. F, I4eea« of Hunker announce the marriage o£ It immediately soothes tho Irr tatlon and BOCH direct to t h e I n t e r n a l caiiBO not reached hy p a t e n t inefUcln- n and cough syrups. Tho very first, s'.'allow usually slaps even., (ho most ob;tinate| cough. ·. ... / i Thoxlue contains! no H a r m f u l drugs,' is pleiisam, laaUngi and safe 'or the whole f a m i l y . Soul on a monc f back guarantee to Kivo 'belter and ..nicker ·' relief for couffhe 01- sore thro .t than anything you have.over tried, vsk for Thoxino, put up. ready for use iu 3Bc, 60e, and $1.00 Jjottlos. Sold hy all druggists.--A'clvertisement. JUNIOR AUXILIARY GIVES ENTE11TAIMENT Alxmt . forty persona attet ded ami thalr ; eiijoy-od S. parlor 6titc-rtaln,m nt given f daughter, Ethel Mae Beose, to Charles ThivwKlay night at the hero » ol Mr. I F . Wood, Jr., son of Mr. and Mm and M *»- c - c - -OodUnstpf V imi-erWlt i Charles R Wood of Greenaburg,·'which W the Jun: ° r AuxiliaT y to the Sa! Lieutenant D. W. "Tommy" Tomlinson, one of th'» most famous of the navy s t u n t flyers and former commander of the Sea Hawks, utappud with hjs bride, Virginia Sullivan, author, just after their wedding ceremony in Hollywood. Cal COTEIUF, CLT'K MEETS WITH IIHS. M'AftA'MA'JS IlICHEY MADE LIFE HK.UHKK »]· 3HSSIOX.A1U* SOCIETY At the a n n u a l thank 'offering;, a n d ; -The- Coter of the Light Brigade, ot liom-e of N ' n f h st.reet on Friday afternoon at took place Wednemlay Well.-ihurg, W. Va. mornlng In Fire Destroys MIlion-Doilar Mana Foundry B% Unitoi Press. I-N'DIANAPOUS, Ind., Jan. 25.--Fir*. unday Afternoon C l u b ' o t · V underbill. Misses O race and BtlieJ M* a Collins wore hostesses. . .., Th-e,,'woll-ficattered prog am Tras pre-R'onted as follows: Piano jsolo, Mary EHzabetl Madden; vocal »olo, Mrs. rjfelaon Mo--re; reading, Margaret Jiano Ma.clden v , whistling *olo, Rose Bonadia, accompanied b y , Nellie- Snyd-er; reading, M iry Elizaboth OolliriB; vocal solo, rae« Col-i Una, accompanied by Nell e! Snyder,' pianist, Ether Mae Collins cello and Harry J.' Oolllns, violl; ist; dtio,; Everett Bu-dd aitd Eugei 6 Cooley; j ·whistling eolo, tt/mmagem ..' Shal'-en- borger, accompanied by A a-ry ETiza-; swept through the million-dollar plant | both Mad don; piano HO!O, \Tellle any-' ot the American Foundries, Inc., to-; dor; violin solo, Harry J. 3tlllas, ac- day and raged out of control deepito efforts of all tho fire fighting , apparatus In the city. Firemen worked uncler a handicap of InteiiBe cold amid ! Elizabeth Collins, by Hug-ene Coil-oy; reading, Margaret Jane ^Vladdei ; piano solo, Eug'jno Cooley; r«8 llAg, Mary mounds of Ice as the blaze destroyed .vas uii'iU a UL member of the Wo- uan'e MiM-:i«nnry Society by members ind friende in appreciation o£ her jplendid work as .bxxw! of the bight Hrlgado. The' occaslbu was also the innlve-rsary ol the 'birth o£ Mine Kichoy. The program presented \vae as fol gui.'-'l. Mrs. George Shu.makur boing ))}·'?i.Mit. Officers for tlw? ensuing year \veve elected. They are s follows: c{ M Following tho program lunch was Jean- Dterie-Literary Club met at the 1 tha plant and !eaped to near i, y build- served toy Emma Lou H xon, , Mm I' F. Wagaman In South ; Jn ne tto Love and Mrs. J. I. Ixvo. Trinity Lutheran Church, Thursday j-\"n!h street on Friday afternoon at 1 After all the Bremen In sight in !.hi church, Miss .Josephine-.T o'clock, twelve members and on8 i wor ! te i two hours the flre :tichcy, .iiiporlntcndem ot th6'br!gwle..j S«e.n. M'r*._G wrge Shu.makur ^'"8 i umler o o n t r o l a h O rUy after 7 A- M The damage to the plant, which cov- President, Mi . R. W. -Allen-; viee- presulent, Mr; . W. B. Downs; secretary, Mrs, J. C. Dur'bin; treafiiiver, .Mrs. J). E. JMine-rd. A committee of /Ive was-apiM.inted to arrange a program for the coming yeai 1 . Those on ,!'.!. the comm'tte. ar-e Mrs, W. B. Kelly, Sows: Processional, .'-A Story to .'loll tos Charles Kemp, Mrs. B. F. Wa ers two blocks, was estimated -at $900,000, " · A watchman discovered the blae at BISHOP ANDERSON CRITICAL LY ILL CHICAGO, Jan. 2G.--LI tie hope for 5M5 A.-M. in tWcenter of tha main ^ recovery-^f the mdut Roy Charles building whore It vw believed to have l a l m f S m l A u e r s o n p, nmto of: the -i_-i..., ,_-_ - _, ^. ,_,._.·.. . . American Wpiaconal Jh-ureh and ctarted from one. of tho bias!; furnaces. Within a few minutes tho fire had bishop of Chicago, was liekl hy hia (spread In all directions and physicians today, raced , '£j, e bishop, who 61 ears old, was i - . - · - . , t. jii, u nnj w » * f rriivj in u » t^-«* i o t'ivi| *i w-n h i i i r r , , - «««*· ' : *"*"' S ' Jn " ws Hussc11 and Mrs ' E «J-, through the dried timbers supporting s t r tckoi with a U«art auaok Wednes- (.uutuon,,. song,.. , v/a . rt i. Sw«eiuy- Interesting readings ihe roof. Tho plant aoon was ablaze ,j ay an d araln Thursda P n n t l M ' r t rPrt/1 n (V .... ,,: .. - .. n » - _ . . n -» 1 /-I ..I .I . . . , _ ' A W J tAtict 0.U.UI j U M I . uuu.. , 'Bring Them In"; Scripture recutlng we ro plvcn '. y Mrs. S. M. Crlm.m am! from end to'end, with firemen playing and prayer, John Snyiter, superln- ; M ,-s. Durhln. A paper on "Wisdom" streams of water from all 8 M«t tondent of the Sunday echool; "A i was read by jrrf, Swoerfoy. A dcH- The IriUhsa cblil frowMha wiitar hnrf Little L.lsht Bearer," Norma Jean Grey; \ o c a l tsolo, "Jesus Wants .Mo For a 5-iunboinn," Dorcas C u r k h a n l t ; "Tlic !)· \Vii.hout I5ox," C,!uy K u y d u r ; axreciwr-, "Tin.- .Now Cnbh:, 1 ' (l.vo boj'ti; ptano ;ilo,-Mililred Cochran; "A 1/ittlo Slrl'w Svtory," Mai'garot (Irate Youug; exercisi'. "What I'xo Are You'.'" Ovc playh-t, "The Sioklo," Light Bri- (r.ious lunch '.vas served by the hoa-tess. The next in- oting w i l l he heitl at the ot Mr i. W. B. Downs. The intense- cold froze the water and turned the .ruins into caecades. of ice. Chiolicii ami HIswiH Supper. By Friendship Templ No. '25, Pythian Sistero, Odd Pel ows Temple, Threa men were In the plaat when , South Fttsburg street, Tuesday eve- fire started but all escaped with- j ning, January ::8, 1930 Hours, 5:30 -T. ». CIuJi. Tho .1. the home Falrvlew a--ornu', w i t h twenty 'mem-' IXM-S and tl'feo suwts present. After out injury. . B, Ciu!i met last evening at i. . e- of Mrs. H. G. nation, 'East s Three ^hundred men WWB thrown out coiig. "Can a Little Child Like a short bui iriftit; session tho evening Me," UUk, Bobby Blacka; tsolo. riohrin?; talk, Mrs. \V. H. · H boiiodjiitlon, itev. Dr. Hetrick, c h u r c h pastor. QUKK:V KSTIIKB CLASS - l-'OH YOL'Nli PEOPLE'S DAY The Queen KHther I.!ibU Class oE tho First C h r i s t i a n Church met at the homo of Mins - H e l e n Kerns in Xc\v- niyer a v e n u e iusi. ovoiiing. The business lieasion was conducted. l» charge .rjf M:»S .Kerns, vice-president. The (.·lass d c f i ( U d to give ?"i to tho fund Dean was spent at games. Lunch wa served by the host"6s, assisted by Mrs. Grant Letifihcr anil Mre. William M«nzle. The next meetijig wll be hold nt the home oil Mrs. Er'ic«t K. lUchey at P-onns- viilo. w ^lis.s Martin Hostess. The Loo ioti iSridgi; ( ' S u b was enter- t a i n e d Thtirsday night by Miss Frances M - u r t t J i at her home in Trader avenue. Two tabk's ot: playe-ra part i c i p a t e d ' , m (he games. 'High prize was awartiwl to Miss Gertrude Strawn !'»· ]:.ynin books n u d seven money .and sec.oii'l, to Miss Mary .Louise 0)- trt-OH w r r u turned iu to the treasurer, pcvmaii. The guest prize w a s ' g i v e n I'lii!)!- wen.- illsi-usaed for y o u n g poo- to Miss. Mary Priiikey. Lunch ple'H d:iy on K e b r u u r y 2. A talk .was · .uivi:i on "Tin. 1 J'liwtM- uf Pentecost" . hy .V!ss M i n n i e Murray, teachor, A v i s i U i t g t'oininittee composed of Miss j Loul.-io Corviu, MiaK Mubl Shank and j Mis;! Clarolyii 1'orter, wan appointed, etos-t; o f ' tlio- busiiicsa seat Ai'tor siou, a social h o u r was - were played and a Pi'inltey. p l e i u e n t e i i the games. Mlsfj Gladys A l u r l g h t w i l l e n t e r t u i n the c l u b Thursday n i g h t , February G. All-Day QuJIf.JDg. Tiie Biioda D u n n Worn-en's Chris- tum Temperance Union, held and all- l u n c h e o n - 'enjoyed, j day cin.!K1ng I^-lriay in tho homo of delicious Miss Phoebe Dunn, South Prosyuot served by the Ixo'steiiB. '.street, ,'t'on. rueinbers and. "live guests " ' ' . Misu Cathei-Ltie Stiokbl "of ..'Kace ' Btreet-j \V.eve pr-vaeut. Two quilts .were corn. pteted... At nooif. a 'twiffot ."lunch was aorved. Committees Cor a sauer toaut. svyjpor wwe appointed. %vill .be tlto hostesK at the Kbruary iiiuc ting. ,ST, 1,H;:S W'OilLAX niKST 01'' l l O . N O I l j Fnrmycir Party. Mrti. A. K. Horzberg of St.. Louis will Mrs. J. V. IMmistou, who recently IK; honor juiest at the regular meeting .located hi t h i s city, was tendered a of the c:ial-U-Kuai Club at w h i c h Mist; -Earewei: p a r t y Tuesday eight, Jauu- A l l a Decker w i l l bo hoetese Monday ,' £U 'J' i ' 1 »t ' 1] e home of Mra. Charles im-Ht.'iit her home in franjc'lln :ave-; ·Edmisinn.iDf Aoosta. The evening was A'mtmbor of gucsta'Avifl'algo at- apeuL.afVvariusi amusements after '·""'"..'Junch.waa served. INTERNATIONALS SCORE DECISION OVERYOUNGWOOD The International A. C. defeated the Phalanx Club of Youiigwoocl on Friday evening at the State Armory by a score of 25 to 21 t h a t ' w a s determined after a five-minute oxtra period. Mantel! and Luck-ay came through with flold goals in the over-time ohaptou to pile lip tho margin. The lin-e-up:. . Ypunmvoocl-,21. . ' I. A. C.---25. Ciawaon -- K 1 ,, Mantel! Stelner _..;...^._ F . ... Pemi C........ :_ Mad ison to 8. nient.- Tlchets, 50 -2f.jau-2t. coi tfl.-- Advertlso- At Christian ( hnrch. Rev. P. L. Griffiths, representative of the Anti-Saloon Let 5110, will speak Sunday evening at. tha Christittu Church, Ilunliar Rinkojdiiths Win. Tho Dunbar Kinky llnke defeated the DuHbur Borough /High School girls hy a score ot 9 ,o 3 last night. Altman -- ........G Del^eon Hackney _ ...G ,,__, Lackey Scoring by quarters: Youngwood ._ .3 1 G '5--21 Internationals ..: 4 fi 8 1--25 Field goals--Madiuon 4, Manlell $·, Penn 2, Luckoy, Richardson, Cluweou 3, Steiner 3, Altnmn 2, HacknBy. Fouls--Youhgwdod, 1 out of 5; Internationals, 3 out o£ 0. Substitution--Richardson for Penn. Slovak Hall Saturday Jan. 25 Original A-telphians Orchoitrn, Hourss 8:0'i to 12:00 Baptist Circle. Annouueemmit is.·luatla.«£ -the ape',."ot Miss Aii-ita.·'·'fOugijia (laugh t ?r; of. J a rues .Jvt.' Pitr r; St. burg,..Fia., and 'Jojiii. ;.B/ _..,.. ..... Somerset;. Tlie'.cereiu«)u'y,:,Vas solemn-. 1/uHl January .1S, : iu St. 'Eetoi'iaburg.; Mr, , : ,'ig,, 'W' Wileon, who took a prominent,, 'Mary Scimortiet county politlce, being ·'a i tr.eml»r of';the-Stttte Republican com-'- n.ittce, recently ;pur"h;!s«l an air- Mrs Tiwi"AtlBsto'u.,Circ'le of the First Bap- ALPHA FLORAL HAS eiOSE WIN OVER BULLDOGS The Alpha Flora-! "Juniora defeated the South Side Bulldogs by u ' s i n g l e .,.,,,,,·. . , . . . . , , . . , , , ., . · point in u hard fought game this :tiaI.C.l) ^ytll hold an all-day moot- i morning at the Christian C h u r c h K ym- irig.on Thursday,'Jaffuiry 30. A oov-. nasium. The final score was 40 to 39. The 'line-up-: ish luucheoii Sv.irijo served. The O'liiUt'led "Jeriieaiem to Jcru- ^j,,i (a .JQ will ·b'e.-revic'WvMl by-Mrs. Fred, U p p ,.,., lq * _ 1. i -L G L t HO ... Mrs. WiUt .Urs. Clurko. J. Kline A. Hominehy }J. Miskinis Bullnbffs-- 80. ---- :. P, ,,. ..... ,, ....... ....... spear .....-...- P. ; ..... --------------- . Miller . ........ . C ...... .-. ---------- I r w i n ... H, Brooks (lust Try ;i load of our run of mine or lumj coal treated at; our yard f o that it will be absolutelj clustless. No dust when b ing unloaded or firing furtace, stoye or grate. When' ordering specify dust! jss'coal. ; 'Supply Co. Ar« !i Street, and Corner Gibson and UlcCormi :k Avenues. PJvcn o .1700. will be host-ess to i T. Perrus ·....;...,;,,...;.. G. .; K; Brooks ..luno and he and r'Uot Al Young of the numbers 01 th^CuVlook Glurivion" Fl » w S° a ] s --?· P e "-«a ?. J- KHne 5, .lohnHtown flow to Florida. T l w b r i d e ' B ' d a y u'ternoc«'at-her' home in North Homins;c ' ".-Miaklnis 2, Spear «, I-L is vico-pre = kloiil of the- t'niver- f U . u i urg street. : ,""" ·v of Hf.-is .lid" skry Hostess. J.. \V. .N". C.'iul) KV:IS deligh ·iv.u-tl AVciiui sd.iy ii!g.hi. by Mies ·I""! : s k j y u!. her home · \:i :'!-.;iji:.!!svi;!v. T \ \ i i ':iWos were la;;;- p!.iy r. r llvi It...aired. H i g h M U : ; .·iw.-irdi.Ml to Mrs. J. K. llceu, c:.' ;i.i UU'h to M r s . ,!. H. Plis:3 le: Van, p a r i . :. . ntn n. Slt-ui. :ig Party.. -\iai'y i.Vr»fiUy.aticl .iamea Brad- UUlorcl". .. irm, iiiiar Vander- iKjruiuiiU ..ib'oiu Uia-ty young party laei eve^ . , p i e g a t h t r e t l ai. U up two 8!e:iii;;ig and reairn. The "i- .. i.ahcin'g Broois-O, n-.wiu 5, -Miilur 2, ...... Fouls -- T. Perrus 2, Spc-ar 1. UsCeree-- - W.. MisXinis. ."·" Uuinire-- G. '..Pei-.rus. . "'. : 'i'ha ; -..'uAg o.l. .. "MUI iv. j .s.a A'.'i . . . :i.'i?s and ,, El PCX WILL C PEN MILL RUN REVI AL . ON SUNDAY E".EN3N h u n i i in K ! · ; A r t h u r K . rh. - : i , b-tl; ot ll-:s i;!' to \vf-tl ia I'niuiit jv, ii W i t h M . S . Li Mrs. M. A. Uirgftu u Kaip.hiiw w i l l l.'lub Tiit\.(iay n i g h l ill ;«;*· J\ : w{t»rU avnuu. I'nrty hi D u n b n r , j T ,) A i u e r i c a i i i,*:g.ou Auxl.'iary at .1 a s . i n W J M U K i i i);l:-!;. i,.m K : V " M i ' [ ' - I . V , . I J l l ; ; t i ( lu- ! l O U J O o f - SH'ti. i , : l i T ' l i c c ; : ; , i ! . \ \ t - - . n y , wi h t-.vii-ta; iea o. !i, u nuii- (;rt . a n d othor .^luiic.s. I'-rlzaa wore j a\v:,i-dcH(. as i o l i o w « : . Doov, Mrs. i KM u-y S m i t h ; wotimil'a. Hret, .Miss t.-nti ; rt;ilo ! LouiSL- i i h i c k w e l l ; se(:otu.l, .\!ra. Mary, \Vi r k i u a u . Mcu'ci U r s t . iniu; aououd, .iiermun Can-. 5)v. C. .). Fox, cvftn^clist o£ War -e'l, i h!». a-rrl.or! - lu C (.line lls vi-lls tWa t i i t o r i i o o n oil his way to Mill Run, ·.·lu'i-i ln . i!'. .be. .engaged., for thrc-o .-.'t-:?k.M in e i i u i l u e U n g n union cvan- s ii!.!jtlc canituUgn at th-e United Bretihren Ch;;rc.n, With : the livdlari '.·ouk Bap.1st Church joining in tho .'· niovttiuenl. . . .. :,. _ . " . ,,. , i Dr - Fox was » e t here by Rov. ;. K. W o r k - j willo, pastor of tho '""in-ch at. Mill Hun. to hLW YORK ana ] EILADELPH1A to BALTIMORE H id! retarn SATURDAY Jai.uary 25 F r o m v o u u e t i s v i l l e lal T r n - n will leave «t 7»,/«, P. ML ConuilH On« one certain day in Jarisiary ive jvlll refund the price paid for every article , _. from us on that day. No «trjngs, no advance In prices. A'o reservations made except on Linseed Oil, White Lead and Turpentine This offer i« effeetire from. January 6 till January 31st, regardless of the amount yon par- chase. Buy paper enough to re-paper your entire house, or paint enough to paint it. This is the plan that wo hare arranged with the Second National Rank. They tehe a January calendar and mark ome date, Sundays excluded, with a cross as illustrated: [X] It may fee the sixth day of the month that Is marked. It may lie the 31st day, or any day between, so it will pay you to start on the 6th and scatter your purchases over the entire month. . . - . ' · \ This January calendar is placed in an envelope and sealed )y the Cashier, and kept hy the Second National Bank. On the first day of February the envelope will be opened by an officer of the bank in the presence of responsible witnesses, and the date marked will be announced In this paper. No on|) but tho bank officer w!H know the date* Everyone who bought goods from us on that date, and paid cash, will receive eyery dollar back that was spent. It makes no difference how many people made purchases on this date or where they came from--all will receive a complete refund. ARE YOU LUCKY? Buy It In January aind Get it FREE! RULES--You must keep your purchase slips and present same to us on or before February 10th, IS30, in order to get your money. Don't waft until Spring. Let us hang your wall paper now! You'll receive closer personal attention and save money as well. BERNARDO 1Oc Wall Paper Co. 111 West Apple Street. Wholesale ' Retail -- Al; Grades of Wall Paper Phoiue 988. Conncllsvllle, Pa, TRUTH I've learned with ^ passing years, significant, sublime, that all life's problems rigW themselvea if only given time." slA - !!9 S Pittsbur^ St. - CONMIrLSViLLE, PA, **Th« Fun©ral Director Who If mployft Mo Agents or Solicitors" MBd^ WtfttfVUMmjW^AIWMfW^ 2| I The figures submitted below reflect the healthy growth of The Second National Bank the oldest bank in Connellsville, for the past eleven years, without the benefit of any fDEMONSTRATIOM | mer g er which shows the confidence the people of this community have in this institution, for which the officers and directors are very grateful. Deposits 1- $1,188,514.06 $1,379,581.26 1921 -$1,425,989.22 1922-^1,525,767.55 1923--1,679,091,67 1924--1,721,780.93 DOMINANT SET 1920 .R A D S Peak tot Radio A P E X O -NBW Fuu. TpNE-Coua fijjan-KO.OYWA.MMJ ' ' ;. : ':\;. Phone. '196.. :WERTHEMER W. Crawford Avenue, C«nnellsville, Fa. Hosack, Kct.iilctlng'Cf ·' Adjusters of. 'FedcrnJ- and State Tnx«s Accountants ami A u d i t u r s H1G-20 Park Bulliling Pittsburgh, Pa. i 1926-4,902,485.74 1927-2,321,981.38 1^8-2,639,400.70 ! BEOWN3Y1LLE FAMILY HAS NAME CHANGED Spinlal to The Courier UXIONTOWX, Jan. 25.--Charging t h a t the ;nothei- is unfit to liu've ohnrge o! t h e i r oiie-year-oW son, i R a l p h , . J r , Ralph Gibrton today filed a 1 habeas f o r p i w action ajjainHpL hlH j wlfi?, K m i l y , of Smock, a.sking that ; the com-' (lelerm.ine .w.h} 'Hhait have i ouetody £ the baby. He alleges that Mrs. Gibson deserted him en December 24,. 1S29. A hearing ha/i boen eet tor February 1 at 0:30 o'clock. Judge- S. John Morrow, on a petition presented by routine!, this moruing changed the family name of Charles H. and Annie Hoar of Bro'vuBVille to "Orr." The one nama IB oS Krtmob extractiou, whUe the other Is at English amt more le«irahl«, according ta the petitioners. Many families along t h u river front hear the mine of "Orr,* it W«H explained. Tho judge no objoctlou

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