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FAG® TEN, THJiJ DA1XA CJOCIJRIBR, OONNELLS /JLLE, PA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1930. New York Central Stock to Be Sold To All Employes Thp Now York Central Rallroiul f'-nnpar// a n n o u n c e d yesterday that it h id applied to the Interstate Commerce Commission Coi .minority ,lo K'sne 7000 shares of Us · a p i t n t stock, to urt Affored to I t s ofUcms and em- ployes for subscription on .v m o n t h l v pvrment plan at t l ' t O per share. Ue- f ^ n t l y the at cole has been soiling a r o u n d HSO pet h ia« I 1( U also a n n o u n c e d Uiul the- otfoi j I t open to employes of Htibsldiary 01 c o n t r o l l e d lines, ami t h i n perm Ufa I'ltts'biirK I'ivkc Kr-.e employes to Mystify Police With tho consent of. tho commission Uio stock ofteriu); will be made on March 1, and subfacrlpMonB will bo re( olvod, for a llmUed time. Any em- ploye who has been (ot two years or !ftifier continuously In the-'servleo o£ ihc company «i of any ot its t o u i roiled companies-, w i l l be- entitle to ».nbHrlbo t'»r not woie than one share nE rttoek Cor each ?-»00 o( his annual i'ato ot pa/, with a m a x i m u m ot 50 shares, subject to a l l o t m e n t . Pay iumt for no Btoi-k is to be made in n o n t h l y installments of ?5 per nharo. o be deducted upon the payroll Iu- ercsrt at six pet cent per a n n u m w i l l w« a l l o w e ui'oi the monthly pay- m e n t s , and credited to the account o! ilie s u b b t r i b e i in pact payment toi the ·itock FARM OUTLOOK FOR STATE IS GOOD ti L'nlied 1'iosa W A S H I N G T O N , I'a , Feb. 7 --Dr f(«.l|)h D, llcUo 1 , president of the Pennsylvania Sttao College, expressed ntt optimistic vlnw of agriculture in Uio etate in an uMress to the "WiusU- U)Klon County Agricultural Kxtenekm Asttociiition yesterday, "A icMippraisal of our fortunes must force us. to the conclusion that agricul- luro and rural 1 l i f e In Pennsylvania are, comparatively speaking, in oetter socia.1 and economical health than is i r u o in most states ot the Union," ho said, "and there is every reason to believe that the foi tunes ot agriculture lit our Commonwealth will go constantly and Irresistibly forward." "Tho efforts of the National Farm Hoard," he exp! lined after lecounting hid several meo ings with it, "are sin- icro, ami the policy, on the whole, a ·Also ono t h a t i« foure to be h e l p f u l . But it c a n n o t and w i l l not revolutionise the lorttines of agriculture To expect Unit Is to look for the impossible" "I boliovc tluit a sober and thorough s t u H y of the many agencies laboring in Hie intercut ot agriculture," ho con- tlnuei, 'will fchosv that, there is no line \ \ H c h ha* contributed HO con- 5, MI w t-ely. and s,o i i r h l v to 'So o; A m e r i c a n arKiciiitvuc t s tlio croat Immigrant Colleger w i t h thoSr e x p e r i m e n t Buttons am 1 exten- -lon bervicu-. Tho greatest hopes ioi the f u r t h e r i e % c l o p m e n t o£ a s r l r - u l t t i r e lie iu tho eon'lriued service of thrbo ni«t!tutioni " Disappearance of Mrs. Mary McGranahan, top ( y o u l h f u l secretary of Dr. Ernest Watzl, below, missing Cleveland chemist and inventor, is retarding eft orts of t^eve- land police to locale him, Polico arc ronvinced he is alive although his charred automobile was found near Pottstown, P\. The secretary is believed to have knowledge of his wh Teabouta. HER BABY WAS BEING POISONED \ ouiif-; Mother Tellh Amnxiner Story Hrr Habj Was Siued From Poisoning 1 t t e i c in t h i s oiiltgrl tctied coimtrj you vvmiUl not i l i l n k it p mslWe t h u t an Ini K K c ' i i t lilllc l U o in * n t h s l»ab w o u l d lie polsonod. But si meUints I t occ'urs t !ie folloiviriK a"toi 1-shlnK e x p e r i e n c e 'lajim noU to the p u t t y oiuiK \ \ l C o o£ KaMiKinil i^.icpl of v coUdaio, P a , w h o tells Uio t o i y in In "Wi!fri o u r t h l i d -a s, ' I "Aos in H \ d i l l o i i TUc^ bad} t t n c lirst f o u l w c c k ' i [mi t r( t i i o t tun?, !·' t i u r s ' n p l i i b iinot i l f ' l f stomach w o u l d sv i l l up antl jrct a t i n b t us v drum. H la ILI l j b r o k e 1115 t'tvitt to see litrn «u ( « n l b t 'Mie stools wore the c n l o t l u l l i I foatn inU sonio o^ n vvoi tit' bUv c.tinp," she 1} run rtuwu cOn- cmeil Hi k l j from Ho cncd a large ami n l K t i t A f t e r Druggist Tells How To End Indigestion Sins "Uosl Stoniiu'h Itemed) In ( · 1-4 .1 wo Kim "ionic of u- luivy ' i i - i i n i h « 1 f t ' rouip-rkcd a K o l l k n ' m n ,i-iiKt,'iHt r ' l ' i ' i i l U ' "While nil d r u ^ i t i n o s M e l l a scnro or u i o i e ot stomach icnicdlo! for w h i c h I lero i«t a wiclo id iiiHiui MH'st ol tin m a i o Just p e p s i n [·'Us u h U h iid airt"* 110 ' 1 c1 ' t' 10 food t h i l is 111 tho t t o m a i j i ,it the present l i i r n 'l'h«'% luivc no c o u r . i t H c 01 m u n j c t l i o n i r v eflei-'t on t h e ntomtich .it all f i n d of c - o i u s e do i ot teach or c u r e ·he i u i m Si tlu WHIP people Itoop . n ( o i n l i i K he r n n d h u y i n f t uol ut.lii', t i n in ( u i H I t h s i a t e ic-il c h t o n k - i l v s |i plu s A \ h ( n R-VOTIC really n - k s nn M l i k e 1 s w i m * b nnti t i-coirtnond o i t l l i i i i r 1 . l . l H i i a t o i l MiiBi'Csla which d . i e s n i dlM's-t tho fotnl a t a l l . but tic it i mi a n t i a d «ntl w e e t e n n t f i p srjur f i i i n ( t i t t r i K c o n t e n t s o f t h e stnrnic-h ' l h a l ' t i ' p t t i e p a i n h e a t t b u r n , som i Isliu; w i n d ( i l o n t l n f f , /iillneas, e t c , !n J n « t n f e w m i n u t e s a n d t h e i t o m a i I d l K " t l * * "1 - f o l d w i t h o u t h e l p ot t i o x i b l f n h f c h i the n t o p e r wav Yf, i lot if I ' l s t i r i [iMl M i u r n p a i i i is t.old In C o n n e l t h \ l l l f A l l t i n rlritKK'ists h a % e I t a n d . i l l % on t a k e f a t c n ' j p o o n f u l »t two t ( h l e t i l l ' each m e n ! I t ' s a f i n e p r e p a r a t i o n ' --ndverllsnuMT t Confluence v'ONKMJRN'CE, Feb 7 -- Taylor l o v o i , well k n o w n lumberman ot 'rtln.i wna a buelnes«i visitor in town m o n t h s lio cllil not jr i l l \ V l i o u I t w.i , Ii f f 11 J O l l i S l M I J l ^ t O f l t i l lo t i \ t !' i d io h u t , I f li-i i l i n p .is w f a k cVtiil p u i i y hlul \n f l n .U t ho li o · U ,1 t i u i t ' t i l t i t At l n « t . I t v as V. ho tnltl !ll« S( t u i t ! u^ ovt n K \ s t e r n \v p u t s n*j aiul t t i ^ i t t,ot*[t K l o H f v polvoit ret J i n n i o i H l r l \S 011 nuMlklrii t o i^i\ t ch v inbtriw { f n l l u ami Hidr n. few th it\ui Ms head v i l t / / v a n j mijre, Inn^oi (O.Het! J t pill the b i l % back m i l k svn 1 - u t i l l I P "oon 1 laid r n o t o p i c k e d up i l j i h * (i no more culic, no in no more loop, p ' t l l ctuekb Kot KJSJ ,1 solid flesh to f i s t fcitkly lie tisec! (o t ' Bui I i\n 01 w l World's T o n i c ·« Ii I t U u , i . V 4 k e r p ji bol [ DM- H w l i e n c i fr r c l t M i u b l n f ? tncdliiii' ( l l f t p r p n t f r o m n i d i loln^s beoauso it brought f r o m mui t h r w o i l l Tiiat'-. ain.i,^Uiff J f ^ u l t ' j t istri-« ns w o l l as t W o r l d ' s 'ton!( IE v i t U r f»i ti^: Conip.i d i n s H t o r e ^ ( A - J 1 111 " A o i g h t at m o n t i i s old I th*i.t 1 iH't idcd not a t the b r t a s t I n D I P H o I f l l i n K P d \inl 'in -4t/i}ert J u s t in tho I t o t t l o as ho * t, n i inff Tor hoin s jomr'it 1 w o u l d j,-o ovir ROOC] m i d w i f e i flo f f l i o i-aii tluit ^ t li\tfgf it up w i t h n t m \ m i l k h a d IR- t n v h a h \ ' She Ks ' l o s i i c us t fini^ i i y ^ V ' , t ^ m u. good w p i l her d l i c o t l o n f J'H 1 f i * J t b f L t c t a l l H c i w i r 1 wasn't l y ton{fup w a s n o w a s n ' t too !ite to an the b i e j s t My s c a n t ) at M i it but t h a n b e f o r e J3ab3' vra.v -- Nu more gaa, n o u n h e a l t h y stonlt), U, frying spoils /I|s id ho put on srool I 110011 forKO^ how c. 1 forjret t h a t It tvaf Phone 889 , / February 14th Valentine Day Phone 890 IT February YVJUte E v e n t Is in Trogrrs Novelty Valentines f« t11 - -- Ic to 2,V U tractive aecfb=oi'tes for Iho Valentino party ( (indies -- t pound box h c a i t of Chocolates H Lolly Pops. with heart a(- loehrd ,,. ,, . - _ tip ·/»· 'Jltooolato hc'artu filled with t r u l t and nuts- - JOc en. TnMtmftn's- lit Floor. Saturday's Special-Delicious Milk Chocolate JPuamil ("lusters and Milk Chocolate (Jaramols \ O -and Chips, Ib 4tOL Tnmtmmi's--First floor. A Suggested Gift Women's New Gloves $1.95 French Kid and of French Suede A charming: slip-on gloJa t h a t will express yon * VulcnUne Day greetings. The French SueJo Is washable ana v all have tli scalloped edge. Colors o£ bea*. cr, uuUe, black nnti white Tronijunn's--First Floor, Rayon Undergarments NEW -SPRING DRESSES Plain and Printed Silks The ueweql fashion inspiration for prints is derived from the exotic beauty of African jungles. No wonder* you have such, a variety . . . have you seen these new printed silk dresses at Trout- man's' Wonderful in eoloi's artel designs. We too have the plain colored drosses for the Women, who desire them. The dresses arc made of georgette and canton crepes with long and short sleeves and some have the large Bertha collar. Colors--tan, red, green, independent blue, navy, black, and dahlia. TroutmnnV-Second Floor. Conriellsville's Official Outfitters For BOY SCOUTS We i\irry a complete , L to_'k of n n i - f o r n s, breeches, shirts, hals, shoes, kocks, belts, etc-. During the next week you should be interested .so come in and make your acquaint- ar.fL. lor we are interested in all the Boy ScouU of our Com- munit y. Women's Gowns, Chemise, Dance Sets, Bloomers Parities, and Vests. Made of chardonize rayon in the newest models and tailored fashions. A special price and a selection thai all thrifty women will take advantage of . , . In securing 1 their spring and mer needs. Trout man's--Second Floor. New Sport Tweed Bags $5 The bag-of-the-month is on display at Troutman's. A. handbag that will match your ensemble . . . giving it the touch of smartness. Made with a swagger strap arid a pearl button for the loop fastener. Troutinan's -- First Floor. New Lace Neckwear $1.00 Collar and cuff sets, vostees, V-neck and round neck styles, and scimo ·with, jabots. The accessory to give your frock the individual touch. Just i spring selection, Others-- $U5, and $1.95. Trnnlman's -- 1st new Men's White Shirts of 2x1 Woven Broadcloth $2.00 The shirt for tlTo well-dressed men of Connellsville. Made good and full with a 7 button front pleat to the bottom of the shirf. Collar attached and neckband styles with the finest quality of broadcloth. Pure Linen Handkerchiefs 4 for $1.00 Men's pure linen white handkerchiefs with hemstitched border of 1-8 and 1-4 inches. Made in fxill size and are regular 35c handkerchiefs. Troutman*s---First Floor. /rw^VW«A*VVWt*VWVWWVWVV«W^ Paramount Theatre Today and Tomorrow h saved us botli le in t h a house and ny of IKS need a good \ \ o r l t V s Tonic I R J ' i i i j A m e r i c a n mod. » m ido !tom h e r b s y d i f f e r e n t parts ot w h j I t brlnpra surh peoi,!o of d i f f a r c i i t i Ainrrican«i " lor halo at r j o n n e l ' i v Hnl o t h c i t n o d e i n ) ( -- a d v e r t i s e m e n t A WHEAT TALKING Society^ Wears 1{ 1 400H11 r I ot Jlarn«lflvllle ^as In t o w n ye«tc'rdaj r trin*tactinK businoss. fi. R n'Brt«« who lias boon very i l l , Is I ' C f H M t o d IxittOl Krank Wnss of Atklifaon t o w n s h i p \\as in t o ^ n ychtoriluy on business "Mrs, (1. F neiiHol of Connollsville \ ^ l ( p c ( her iuotl"*r, Mrs' .lolin Alexander h o i o j c ^ t c t d a y Perry Bird fe i m p r o v i n g from i n juries lio it'eived tfveral ilays IKO hv on tl o itc Alice iluntor T.ho lias been In i 1 , \V. Va . sov^rnl months is homo w i t h 'IPV parento, Mr. antl Mis. j If. H H u n t e r . M. 1! Dp.m of Add-on t\at h n p jo.'itprclay on his wav home f r o m a I)UH|IH«H v i c l t lo Pitlabilrg iirs. liUiutr Sloan of ScottiUlo -v\lio wan \ H i t l i u , bei t i i o i H i , Mn-. I.aulnii HawUo luu*'*- ba« i t - t u r n e d homo accompanied ly M m l l a w k p w h o \ s i l l visit Mrh PIMU a fev. d « s Hoboes "Rrde Rods" On Trucks and Trailers V13AUA, C a l i f , Feb. 7--Officer Mik« H Grady it the Tulare county unit of the Califr rtna Highway 1'atrol bayt hc.boe« arc h t i l l "riding the rodB," but now they ]ci It oil automobile t i neks. i Clmdy stoppett a gasoline truck a n r i i trailer near the Vlwalla Airport and pulicd a 20-yeai old youth off the uoupliiig connect ing f l i p two vehicles. A l i t t l e l a t e r in the morning he saw t h a frame 11 nn agiln Ho was underneath the t a n k on the trailer, riding on f h f ichlcJp'6 rear axle. (ii.-Kly stopped t i c truck and ordcic! the bobo off his fiertJi Neither of th » t r u c k driverti vi ,ih awaro of Ihiin passenger's presence, (Irady said the vouth, who gavp his namo as Ru^el] Howard, 20, said he boarded tho trm ks at railioad crose- hiSb ami boulevard stops. Yitaphone Act and Sound News Heel Talking Serial "Tarzan the Tiger" Admission--Matinee lOc and 2r»c; Niglit 15c, nnd 5c Momdny, Tuesday nnd Wednesday "Sally"--Featuring Marylm Miller ^^MlWtfU%nM«fWinM( U%$V(AM^ The Paramount Perryopofia Draw Lots In \Mtl U R U O K I / f N , Feb 7 \ \ U e n \ l i n ll.uin.ih C e b o n llod sho prov'dcd in her 'nil ' h i t all her. p i o p o i t v IK' ill Mded imjuh ^ tth the- o x t p j i t l o n ol a (I tniont! r( iij for w h i c h , t h e « i l l 'II- rc twl H u the c h t l d r o n BhouM our "wstut" PKURYOPOLIS, Feb. 7--The young puiyer g t o u p met at tlio M. K e h u i i h on Wednesday evening Gku!y» rtyen-. a m i Ciaig M a r t i n luul ih.ugp M i s Mai tin O i o t l o l t v w i l l be hoftPf- al ,i Valontino iai ty at 'ier homo on It'olu u.uy J i M a i \Volfi* f Stai J u n c t i o n 'Dent \\clnesi,iy f v u Ing v v i i h Mia Martin (iloUclt) John Hum i ' 5tnr J u n c t i o n , who had b e e n t o n l l n d to his h o m e for the p u t t \ \ ( U . i i \ \ U i; to a n c i \ o u s bronk- ( l i ) H i i , H .iblt i i be ulMiut i i i ( o more K.i\ K K P I « w a s l a U n n t« t h n Moneb- .^n l l r n i u l t i l \\ txiiiesil.lv t i n ! had Ills t o n s i l s ) n n i n \ p ' K^iv has b f i l l l t o i u l u ' l l r ) . ! ( i , i \ ( i u p h i s «il'(^c o!u'l|p\5 i | W I M K t o "}' t O l l l l l ' 1 our "fit til" a,dv»rti*omoiit- Kn Maynarcl rides into tho roiiaan- lic netting o£ old California in "Senoi Americano" Univerfcal's thrilling: action picture which is tho featuro attraction at tho Paramount Theatic Maynard, in his constant s-earth for originality a-iul novelty in his exciting pictures of tiie West ha.s opened up a nov/ trail in "Senor Americano " AU his lighting and tiding darirvg are present, and In addition there is a new and glamorous historical atmosphere. Maynard app«ars as A young and dashing American cavalry officer on a secret mission to Sou them C a l i f o r n i a in (he troubled clays t h a t preceded an- nejution br tho United States, lie falls in love with tlio daughter of an old and adbtoeratic Spanish iamHy, the gnl being iiorti'ayecl by charming K a t h r y n Crawford. r j'he picture ib cranuiuHl with t!ie action and romance. Thoie ave riding and lignting and plotting galoie. One ot the most btlrrlng C-catiirea i.s a sw-oul duel bp-twepn M a v n a r d and his hoi-blooded Spanish nval in love. One of th-^ most i n t e i o s t l n g se- (Uiinc-es depicts ,i £'s(h,tl of the i o-loi- till type peculiar to C'alifoinia in Uio days of Spunish occnpalion It i-. lit thLs colebj ation t h a t tho hpro, by nis superb t i k k i i d i n g , w i n s A golden hi idle w h i c h g u e b much of Uio plot t o tho story The piclni? is w i t h d i a - logue and (.oloiCu! aotiRi by \1avn«url nid Miss Ci a\s ioi d Senor Ani-ei itano' ·w.a 1 * d i r e c t e d bv K i r r y J J i r o w n , who h,i.s direct/ad M i v n . i r r ) in n u n y of hii most «uccfts.s iul trui th-rilliaff jjictures, Th« cast intludea^Oirio Corrado, J. P Frank Yaffil el) 1 at'd Fra "'Parian,'' M i y n a r d ' s fiwn has his u s u a l i m p o r t m t j action. The program also raclui talking serial, "The- Tar? and a Vita phone ad "Sally," with Maiilyn M alellar role, will! open Wo four-day a t t t a c t i o n McGownn, ik Beale ·us horse, u't in the e« an a'l 1- iii Tigei," Her in tho iday for p The Orpheum Abounding in r.uo fa itasy j n d thrilling .uhMiture, "The Mysleilous Ibland," Metro-Golds*.yn-M lyer'b nnl- 11 on dollar all-color, bom d and dialogue Him on tho sue« i ,it the Orpheum Theiilre. Kew iilnib the bcro-en b is offered may boast Uio o i i g i u a l , Ihe variety and the well balanced entertu ninent elo- nienls that aro al onre i eeogni/.alilo in this e l a h o i a t e novelty. ,n(J, despiU tho bignvaH ot it' 'eUin s, the un- iisualii«'5«5 of it« unclet-^ atci iiack- K i o u n d s , its tnnlii'-t'H H i i b i m m i p people and Iheiz odd d w o l l j u ^ , "Ti'e JVly.s- lejiou.s Island," jnoi o I l i a i any other plav based on p u r e imagi lation, IHJS- .se^ses a h u m a n a p p e a l an t a SMIMJ of jealisin t h a t in.ikts iLb e otic d e o i i s p l m t b l o n n d i m p r e s s i v e ' T h e Jlv.'tei loin T«-lan " is tut a s t . i n i n g pu l u r e i n d pv- i v n i e m b e i it the largo cast men! unstinted p t a l s e foi R i v i n g tha roloi uS action ol t h o p l a y .t I n i t h f n l i n o r p i e U l t i o n !j!o\ri Huqli-es ns N i k o l n i i st hi" h n ^ i , I i k p s U i o Jano ilaiy, who Tor a nmv- eomsr, jhowjs) narked omotioaal jay {·] m [ til Today--Tomorrow in Dialogue, Sound and Technicolor! THE MYSTERIOUS With Lionel Barry more, Lloyd Hughes, Jane Daly The spectacular uiiderseas r o- manco f r o m .fnles Verne's famous no veil Two years to maket T3y MMT3. LISBBTK M RS. SYI VAN BARNETT, of New York, was joccntly nhoto- frraphcd at Palm Beach wearliu this smart street suit. i It Is the opinion of at leant ono prominent Paris house that the litUo tailored autt is to replace, to a large extent, the ensemble this Dprliigr. I This houso has already bail HUO- cet,6 with these smart ptreet COH- tumeB, with charming 1 blouses that tuck Into tha skirt. Tailored Milt* are shown for rooming weir made oi' tweeds or fancy linens, ottcn in men's suitingr cloth with chevioni. squares and othei disci cct fabric dc- alg'ns. ability, not to m e n t i o n her graco .mil To Liu lun [ l u b b a t d , the uiT-een g u i d i n s i5 j niu c ! ol thi.s hut;e venlniu, t h e C r i t i c m u s t DO.V hi.? compl linen ts Ioi t h i s modebt i i l i u L,ie.i.toi is not onl\ the dlroctoi of "The MystenoivH Island,' but its h c i e e n author a n d s c o a a i i s t as w e i l Miibb.u d'.s piodDc- ( f o n p r o l h l e m s h.ne undoubtedly sin passed in unpoi tjnco t h e limitations oi o t h e i h u p o i f i ] i u , but bo m a v point w i l h pi id* to thi 1 - i l l - c o l o i l a n t a s j as ,i big lob p \ « * p l i o n a l h w o l l d o n e Tho p i d E j i f i m .U"-o l i u ' l i i d r ^ .1 n K ) \ i r - ione . i ( l , r»!!-t'ilknig unuMly ,iiid flOUllri H27. Also Our Gang Comedy, Movietone Act and Sound News WAT IS TTHOUT A Vegetables for Flavoring The flavor OH the g-eat majority of the dishes berved to uo at oui dally mealb is due to he me ot ssome vegetable or vegetables in their preparation. The vegetable flavor Is the element that makes mat y of them paJa- o.b!e and attractive Often iC we do not are for the sub- btanco oE Iho \egel.We we Mke Hh fidvoi Ono of t h e most important ot the Jlaioring vegetables is the carrot. Highly esteemed tot itself alone is a vegetable by most people, it Is a household neeewsity l o t llavoiiug in .soups and htcNs:; e\on when the \xiri ot llself Is icmoved a n d t h r o w n away. \side trom its sweHiiesti and fugn.r t'unlenl it lias a (lui'i' tt» Ustic llavoi without w l i u h mum dishes u i e not complete The flav r oL a c a u o t m Iwt divjoiiiinated (lirough a d'sli by s l i t i n f t it iMlhei t h a n c o o k i n g H whole It is a flavor t h a t b l e n d s d d m h a b ' v witli that of olliM vegetables, pii"- t i i n l a i l y \ v n l i t h o onion Otnoiib and c a t r o i s .111 g i a t n i is a di.sh sorted at faome ·)£ the ··Adi-known l O s l a i i i a n t s t h a t l u i bpt w i t h m u c h lavoi iinri ha-s IXM n irioplcd by hous' 1 \ V I \ P - The. method )l in epin \»K it i^ to n'-e e q u a l p o r t i o n , nf holl^tl onions and boiiod carroto, 'he ouioua shrocl- dcd and the cariots hhced, in alternate laer,s w i t h a. cream sauco to which powdeipd cheese lias been added. Another happy association of onions n n d carroth is t h a t of frying: a portion ot an onion soft in butter, removing ( h e onions and then tossing: sllc-ed carrots in the onion fla\ored butter be- foie serving them · Haw carrots .shaved thin or chopped line are now used in mixed salads, olteu in combination with cooked vegetables such as green peas and string beans, the raw carrot being much better lor this purpose than tho cooked vegetable. The parrot, now even appeals in l i i f a h Htcw.s a l t h o u g h t e s l d c n t s of the 'old sod" oUen p i o l P h t that, no vegetable oi t h a t coloj e \ p r would be tol- euUed in ail J r i b h stew in iti jiali\ l a n d However, the .stew Is much tin better lor tho pieaence of tho carrot 1'lant plenty of camHs this y-!u whoi you lay out the vegetable garden There will be use tor them for Bargains 1 Read the advertisements la 0aiiy .Courier. Th» Patroutza tboso wiio advcrtlt*.

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