The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 5, 1930 · Page 11
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 11

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, February 5, 1930
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.'WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1930. ' THLJU DAlIj'Y C C, :i JONNiyLiLiSVtJLLi'H, PA. I * 1 The Garden of Convenience It economy and quality, the best of reasons for growing a vegetable garden do not appoal, there IB a thjrd and convincing one that has caused many small back-door patches to spring into household prominence. This is convenience. It has received widespread attention through, garden club activities and exchange? of experience. The garden of convenience is a small patch, conveniently located to the kitchen door in ·which are,grown vegetables which are in !al]y demand. These little gardens suited to the uses of tho owner sometimes -contain 1 ., unusual collections of vegetabes. One noted was made up of parsley,, chives, radishes, mint, sage and lato In the summer a few tomato plants. Parsley is always needed. It is hardy and needs renewing every other year as it is biennial. Sowing'a row will keep up a, supply. "With a row of parsloy at hand, It is a simple matter to step out and cut such leaves as arfa desired either for garnishing or tor flavoring. Chive's are a perennial and onco planted will l|st Indsfiintely. A foray with the scissors will give all these delicate' onion flavored tops The Day's News At Oawson Special to The Courier. _y DAWSON, Feb. --C. Z, Fogel, ' S general storekeeper at Dlekeron Run rouu4house t spent the week-end, with his ffunily at Rochester, Pa. Rejjls Irwtn and Donald .MoGill students at Penn State, are home for a 10-^lay vacation, it being tho close ot the first sem«6ter. Mies Bessie Kathryn Collins was a Pittsburg visitor on Monday. V. Daniel Whlpkey, Pittsburg Lake Brie yardmaster, has gone to housekeeping in the R. R. Roberts houee in Laughlin street. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rollings were , visiting frlenda in Connellsvllle Monday. · " ' . - . Miss "Winifred Ober, a student at Allegheny College, Meadvllle, to home for a few laya' vacation, Mrs. George Livingstone visited at tho home of Mrs. Henry IJ tinker at Bast liberty on Sunday. Mrs. Hunker ia oa tho sick liet. r A. Colbert who has been ill the past week, is tblo to ba around again. He resumed his duties as engineer out of Dlckerson Run on Monday. Mr. and Mre. Harry Joseph and Mrs. Kay Leasure were recent guests at a shower given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Max Joseph at tho home ot Mr. and Mrs. William Fulmer at West Newton. Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Gaal visited at tho home of Mr, and Mm. Martin Ilnson-ot Connellsville on Sunday. needed for salads or cooking or various choesd and appetizer dishes. Mint is also "8 perennial and once planted needs only to be kept within bounds to be at hand for. mint sauce for the lamfb or to cook with green peas occasionally or to be used in cooling drinks during tho hot weather. Sage la always needed for stuffing for fowls or roast and .fresh sage is a much more; aromatic and appetizing flavoring than the dried or powdered article bought at the grbcery. The green leaves may be cut all summer and the tops may be!'picked and dried in the fall to be used as needed. The sage is" al:*o a ; perennial, easily grown to usable size the- first year. To this list might be added some of tho perennial onions such a-s the multipliers or potato onions so that when onion was needed a few young onions could be taken as required with no chance of tho family soppily being exhausted when needed. - A ^garden of this ;ty-p« once' started 'requires a minimum of care and is always dxiins Its duty. The only work attached, to it Is keeping down weeds. / . - . ; · .-A · · · . · / · From Wisconsin Higli School to Sahara Desert~\ Sixteon-yeatvold Mason Dobson, Jr., finished his studies at the B«- loi.t, Wisconsin, High School a few days ago and sailed for Algeria to serve as the youngest working member of the Beloit College- Logan Museum expedition into the Sahara Desert for the purpose of hunting traces of prehistoric man. (International Neivsreftl) PROGRESS IN BUYING FOREST LAND IN STATE OLD CUSTOMS ARE OFTEN BEST Wisdom t£ Katloiis Applied In World's Tonic. om thhlgs are O j t e n best Nations. have a vast amount of wisdom stored By United Press. 1IARHISBURG, Feb. 5--·Three important periods of development are noted by the Department of Forests water many an old housewife has a am! Waters in a survey of the .history sl-rnpi'e mixture of herbs, a womrorful niedlclna, handed down £rom tion to generation, that makes tlio neighbors for miles around depend on her when they are run down and .feel- o£ forest land purchases in Pennsylvania, «ent out today. Beginning in 1898 there was a period land, lasting until 1921. At an average purchaee pr.'.oo of ?2.26 an acre, . " « ,, ,, ' ,, i i ! 41,4 Quito s o much a s they d o theaa simple 1,133,051 acres were acquired in this n leans of no-eplng; well, ' itre TODAY and TOMORROW Vitaphone Act and Sound News Reel All Talking Comedy Friday and Saturday Ken Maynard in "Seiior Amerit ano" TODAY ALL TALKING PAGE E ·[ M w Oil s in [5] [51 With Esther Ralston, Warner Olaind and Raymond Hatton MIGHTIEST of all powerful Bancroft .entertainments! fail [«] fin fii Also All-T»SMi)gv Comedy, Movi toiie Act and Sound News ' will do. Probably Old World poopio cOmo to America miss nothing A few years ago a great research was made to find a real tonic for u:io in America, otic that would tho wisdom ot Europe with tho. learning- of the naw country. The value o£ these Old World remedies was recoff- nlaed, and they were carefully studlett. time, the total cofit being 12,561,224.31. From 1921 to 1927 thero was complete suspenalon of purchasing. The purchase program was revived in 19:!7, the period lasting until the present time. During these ybare, a j Th"e"w^rfci "was "made" to contribute million and a half dollars were ap-' toward tho marvel that has prov.ecrsueh propnated for fora* purges. In ^ ^ ^ n y ^ P^^U^U 1927 3500,000 were appropriated, and now say t h a t It oven tastes ilka- tho 153,903 acree were bought With, tho remedies t h e y used to g-et when tilisy money. In 1929 ?1,000,000 was Ret | ^ TfUs^fth1n^ n ^ sB sure^.thl3 m remedy tins tiside by tho legislature for the pur- brought h u n d r e d s of,,popple right ih pose. It ia believed that at least J 1 ! lf | neighborhood into better health. v ° . ·· ,,, . , - - , ' - , Living: here In much different Bur- 275,000 acres -will be acquired under, roundlng-a, with differences In a'lr'and thie appropriation. .water arid food, and w i t h work In mills The average purchase price per aero 'j^ ld niille!i that ls over the entire period of forest pur- j chceeti ie $2.37. many a nian' Or woman who has f e l t all run 'duwn, and \Hio has auffarnd from the l a t a r r h t h a t Is so common In America, 'lias found In .World's" Tonic just what Was needed to bring back health anil strength, to cleari up tho system ftml hplp enrich the -blood, and . , to make life over so much happier. SUMMIT, Feb. 5--Jacob Leighty of Many of your ne'ighbpra have used H, Summit Juniata was calling, on Mr. and Mra. T/llllam McDowell; .Tohn Soeao of Kuffedale spent the week-ond with his parents, -Mr. Mrs. Sebastian Seese. Mr. and Mrs. William Skky and Mr. «nd Mre. Sebastian Seeee attended the funeral of Mrs. Frances Henning at Perryopolls on Saturday, Oma RliodeB and children, Mollio and Ij.'iwrence, and Mrs. Olive Haught of Manontowri, Roy Upton and Mrs. Susan Upton of near Lelsenrlng and Mra. Kwing Hagor oE this place wore guests of Mr. and Mre. C. P. Upton at a birthday dinner Sunday In honor of the Ugtotia' little son, Ewing'a sixth bivthdviy. Mr. and Mrs. John Rhotlehafer mid chlldron of Phillips and Mr. and Mrs. Karl 1'inkney and children of Ctm- iicllsville spent Sunday w i t h Mr. nncl Mrs. Commodore Fitco. William Fike wag imoiiK those who attended the funeral o£ Joel K v a u s at i VandorbiU on Sunday. | Mre. A. I loch and son, CarL w o v e ' and you h:ive soon the change 1n r them, There .Is. no.' reason for you to g-o on ..Suffering- from catarrh ami Us results -- -imligroation, sleeplessness, weakness a n ( j and weariness -- when ybu'. can obtain World's Tunic from Connollsvllle firi/g Co., or any other, first class drug store, * , (A-18). : -- Advertisement. LAKE ERIE AGENTS ! TO OBSERVE SILVER BIRTHDAY ON MONDAY recent visitors at the home Graham. of ' Mrs. Use CIns'sHled Ads. bring roaittts. The Agents Association ot the Pittsburg Luke Erie Railroad will ce] brate its ;illver ..anniversary in t-he English Room of Fort Pitt" Hotel in Pittsburg next Monday night. The association, with 71 members, was; organized in tho sixth floor dining room of the P. L. E.-passenger terminal jjus:. 25 years ago on February 10. It no -v has 297 members. Uev. A. M. BlilriKyi, pastor of the First Refoi-nnxl Church o£ McKeesport will bo tho principal speaker. The Paramount The cast of "PaTis," the feature picture at the Paramount, is made lip of stage favorites with Irene 'Bordonl In tho leading rola. Miss Bordoni is refreshingly different. From her intriguing French accent to her twinkling toea she spells a novel screen personality. She has brought. "Paris" .her New York etsigo success, with all its original charm to the First National Vitaphono screen. The etar sings and dances In eome very .spectacular theatre sequences, although the picture la mostly a comedy drama. Some of the outstanding ecenes ot "Paris" are made in Technicolor--tliti wonderful new process which has finally perfected the art of photography in natural colors. :We see a famous Parisian music hall during the per form an ce. of one of those glittering revues for which the City of Light is so famous, · ·· . These color' effects arc not only starllingly realistic-- tho are utterly beautiful. And in the midst of this chromatic revelation ie Bordoni--Bordoni the laughing, the elnglng, the scintillating--Bordoni at her most inimitable! 1 ' 'She assumes the role of a French actress, a darling of, .Paris, who falki in love with a Newton Center, Mass., youth hoeauee ehe helievea he has a nice, sweet mother. Her partner on the stage is also In love -with her, but ehe never lakes him. seriously, because he can't ks«p a straight face even when proposing. The nice old lady "doesn't turn out so eweet and so the actress sours on her Pilgrim Father lover after a lot of comic entanglements, "Paris" ie an exceptionally clever photoplay. It ia aaucy and spicy, with a well defined etory and it is full of fun. , ; · · - · · · - ' . . A sound news reel, all talking comedy and ViUiphono act, featuring Jack Buchanan, aro also interesting features of the program. Friday and Saturday "Scnqr Americano," starring Ken Maynard, will be shown. ' , · ' - · . - · The Orpheupa much? ; IT TO $860. . WB are in a position to grant JSnamns quickly to folkis'Avho need ready cnsh for personal (nir ho aseb old'emergencies. Chir etervico'is.ewift'--courteoua --dignified. / PHONE WHITE CASJL Looking- for Bargains T Head th8 advertisements in. Daily Courier. PERSONAL FINANCE Co. Second Floor 112 West Ciawford Avenue {Over McCrory's S and 10 Cent Store) CONNEIXSVILLE, PA. TelcpKono Connellsvillo 3-4 Open 8:30 to 5--Saturday 8 : J O to 1 ---LICENSED UV THB STATS-T In "l^io Mighty," the Orphoum George role that makes gr MB ability than any played. Tbe climatic-actkit start \vhoii Ea'nc'rofl war--a national liteUior Ralston la 11 This ell tiLiking.. men. Bancroft star man who kaJi much law, si..niuQh conteu takes four M. .P.'e t army -wliou he diare Uoe. He goes ovone valor (iecurc.'j many promotion for him i full Hedged major at O:i his way la'ck to ..s-tops off to see the h-ls buddies and Is o of chit«f of police, w Esther Itaiston ie oll pal; and knowe docs not know this. A big pollco picnic o£ Bancroft and his up campaign. The etrike. in the m'Ild tlon he loarns o£ .1 gang sends au old s icroft's to tell hie IK jpast, if ho Interferes, Utop him. ; ... ' Ho decides to cas new "gang" and IB- coro of mounted off stop the wholesale r gua crackle, the off hand grenades-ami a plenjents ot pocice ti croft conies fate-to- Tho rost of thte t can sc tor yourself also Haymoml Hatto: 0. i\ Itoggle and M Tho program also tone act, all-talk! sound nows reels. Thursday, Friday "Myeterious felatKl," on the ucre«n at Bancroft playu a ater demands '· on rble he ! has ever and th-o romancii returns from the i«ro. Beautiful 3 girl. It ia a. study in s oft na tho gun- con tempt for tha pt in fact that it i put. him in the jardo a draft no- ;as.a private, his a decoration ami nl he emerges a J a national hero. its old haunts he ftunily of on-e of fere-d the position itch, he accepts, the sister of his his pact, bat he They are in love^ is giren. in honor successful clean- gang- prepares" to e of the celebra- Uelr plans. The /oetheart of Ban- w love about his thinking this will hla.lot with hie dingr over two cers he epeecls to iboory. Machine cers attack' with I the modern im- ne war and Ban- 'ace with Oiancl, trilling story yon In the cast are i, Dorothy Revier, rgan Farley. Includes a inovle- iff comedy and ' a n d Saturday will be shown. Confli ence CO-NIJ-LUBNCK, FD ,. 5--Lnthcr Close of fiomerfleltl was i i tow.n yesterday, transacting luisiuess Daniel Smith who e' a pi,tiGnt in the Frant/. Hospital following an operation is gettliiEr along'nic ly. '. Perry Bird of the Wee t Side is. in- 1 , proving from injuri g he received a few days ago hy fal Ing on the, ice on the street. . . Albert, S i n i t h . h a e returned to hie work at. Rock.wpod' ifter a yislt with his family here. Mrs: Elizabeth GOT ghenour of Bethany, W. Va., after a, i Isit here haa gone to ConneUsyilio to 1 ielt .her daughter anil son-iit-iaw. Mr. and .Mre. Karl Shank. Mrs.. Coug teuour formerly J lived here. ' ; . - , G. A. Elliott has 'eturned to . hin work 'in East Pitts 1 urg after a visit here with his family Mr. anvl Mrs. Car Petereon and young (laughter, Na cy Xee, have returned to their liore at "ScottdaJe after a visit here wMi Mre. Petorson'ts parents, Mr. and Mr ., L. A Bird. ·\Villlam Boor, a Baltimore Ohio engineer has return' d to his work at Somerset after a vi : it here with hie family. Classified Adr rtlsemontjs results, Tx { -tlienv Will Profit By Attending Our 10th ANNIVERSARY SALE vercoats Greatly Reduced Up to $40.00 SUITS Up to $55.00 SUITS $31.50 Up to $29.50 O'COATS Up l:o $40.00 C X G O T S Up to $50.00 O'COATS All Boys' Suits -.% Off Reduced Work Pants ...,,....._,,..,, ....$1.00 $1.50 Spaide Shirte .... 85c Boys' Golf Hose 3 pair for $1,00 $1.50 Union Suits ..._~ . 95c .50 Knox Hats ; $5.0(3 $1.00 Kaynee Waists 55c v Up to $3.00 Dress Shirts $1.29 One Lot Boys" Caps ..18c Boys Knickers--Up to $3.00 Values, $1.45 iffliotti. Co. 12|t North Pittsburg Street The used car market is at its lowest point of the year, and if you are looking for a good used car buy i : or spring . . . Now is your chance to enjoy unusual savings! Come in Today and See the Line-Up-You'll Find Your Favorite Car Here '--All Late Models-- Chrysler Sedan The general, condition and appearance of tills car is like a new car. It has been, used very little .__.^ __________ ..... Hudson Coach, 1926 -The '.fastest Hudson, in this section - -- New"duco paint, new tires, seat covers ....... __. Ford Roadster Just reRnished in a beautii'ul gray. Lots of extra (J* A j\ equipment _ ..,, eP't/x/ Essex ."6" Coach, 1928 The best buy in Cormellsville at our low (P* price -... tp« Chevrolet Truck Panel body, designed for use oL' bak er, butcher, grocer or tailor. 192S model Buick Phaeton Mr. Open Car Buyer! Here's the smartest looking Buick in. town. Mew tan tluco paint, trunk, lots of extras Pontiac Cabriolet This is a smooth running little car --Not. a squeak nor rattle. New paint; good tires -i Maxwell Coupe Well taken care of. Neat appearance. Price Open Evenings 8 P. M. 151 South Eighth Street, Connelisville , Bring Your )!! Car and Title-\Tc Trade. Trades Terms

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