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\ PAGE EIGHT. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1930'."' GARDEN ACES TO TALK OVER NATIONAL CHAIN Dean Ititilry of Cornell "ot«hlo Screes 1'rbruiiry 17 Over \V.»/. u o l o h t n sorios of cardeii by lixil Jin icy ot Cornell I'ni- vc r s i t y , and Oatunni; tho bejU K n o w n and pardon organisation lead- em in America, i n ludint; Mrs. H e n r y Ford, w i l l he broadcast hy the National Broadcasting Company from Ht'Uiori WJZ, Now York, and associated station! 9 . The p r o g r a m opt us February 37 at Confluence High Students Present Annual Operetta Fob. L5. - Tho oper- e t t a , "Tho W i n d m i l l s oi Hollai.d," was presented hy tho s t u d e n t s ot" tho high .school last evf-ning in t le school a u d i - torium to a l u r n o :in appreciative audience. The varioti ; parts wore played in a very credit tblo m a n n e r . Tin; diet of charade s \vnt: M y n h c o r HortogtMibo ch. rich Ilol-, Modern Way To Treat PI REGISTER'S AND CLERK'S NOTICE T h e f o l l o w i n g - r x p r u t o r s a d m i n i s t r a t o r , t r u a r i l l i i n s inn] I r u p t o o i s e t t l e d t h o l r r c s p f l l v n n-coiinUi i n t h o ^offlee o f t h e I l P B i i t e r f i n d C l e r k nf O r p h a n s ' P r m r t and HIP s a m e w i l l bo p r p K - n l e l for r o n f l r t n a t l n n to tile Orphans t.onrt oC F a y c l t c C o u n t y H t h e C u u r t House, U n i o i u o w n , i ' c n n ; j I v t u i l a , MO.MIAY, MARCH 3, lOBO. No More Head Colds This Winte r 3:15 I'. M., Eastern standard time, ami! Brown. land f a r m e r , Robert 1'a ·!«·. Vroiiw Mprlogenbos h. his Rebel G e r h a r d . Wilhelmina, their d;iughtor, Fra/.ee. Hilda, another lau ;hter, wife, Jul-.a each Monday at she hour to and inclttdlMK April 21. It was Bob Yankee, America! lCdw,ml8. , Joe ai ranged by the fi'.itional Garden Hu- , Hans,, student of mus c, in love w i t h mm. Time on the air iri contribuU-d \ v i l h e l m i n a , James Lot grids*. b\ the National rroadcastlnK t ' o n i - j Franz, rich farmer's son, in lovo puny, und speakcri'. have volunteered · w j t |, Hilda, Koge-r Boor t h e i r services, w i t h the object of (.TO- I Katrina, rich farnn r's daughter, moling public i n t e -i\-U in b e a u t i f y i n g Sar.ih Lano Begga. A;norica. | Cnonw oC farmer ' d a u g h t e r s : Dena B:iiley'« t a l k February 17 w i l l j Elizabeth Black, Annab- 1 Elliott, .\lnx- bc ,111 introduction lor the scrlpa, Hi* J'urnell, Rachel Ho. totter, M a r i o n ' Hiibject Us. "Tin.' I'laco of CitirdenlnR! Critchfleld, Helen I3egj s, Gail Cross, I in Our Affaire." T ic dean has been a IP iler in American h o r t i c u l t u r a l dev lopjnent for -it) yenrtt. Ho ia tho edito! of the Stan-lard Encyclopedia of Horticulture, an 1 a u t h o r of m a n y hcoks which aro a u t h o r i t i e s in t h i s !:!!. Ho is a speaker of rare charm. An interesting f; ct is t h a t he will face tho microphor o February 17 for t h e fliwt time, in ii* life. Cornell g i a d u a t e s j l l over America will be lit t a i l i n g to hear tl e familiar voice of t h e i r loved dean. Other t a l k s to f a r HduMiiled on the program include tlu following: K'el ruary 2'i--lxMi lard Barron, elitor ilertot;enbo:;cli. Uoal, Paulnic K ' a n t z . Chorus of workhandf Nambera on tho proj ram were Overtxiro. Opening chorus. "Vot Is It?" I-lertog ubosuh. "Mother Mine," Wilhc I m l n a . "There Are Others, Hilda Franz. "Dunce," and "Lookii g tor a Girl," Franz and chor»«. "Fishing," "VS'ilhelniin, and Bob. "In Dreamland," Han . "Wooden Shoe.',." D r u m song, Wilhelnv \a, Bob arid and nf the American Home Magazine and i t h o r of many h t o k s on gardening, tl speak on "Th-' Joy ot Garden "j'|[ \ e V er Speak To You a u t h o r of many h t o k s on gardening, wilhelmina and Hilda. Again, 1 *! March I? - AlfreI \ Tlottes, associate editor ot Better Homre unl Gardens, f o r m e r l y professor of lloriculture of Ohio State U n i v e r s i t y , a u t h o r of many garden bookt;, w i l l speak on: "The Garden's Answer t i Our Quett for H.ippineBS." March 17--A repre.seutative of the CliTxlon Club of America, tho pioneer gzirden club fexler.ition, which has member clube throughout the country, w i l l speak on the t.ubject: "The Soc:il Value of B e a u t ' f u l Gardens." March 2-1--F. F. Rockwell, landscape architect and author of 15 bookti on gardening, will ope,ik on: "Rock Gardening." March 31--Mrs. Henry Ford, president of the Women's National Farm and Garden Association, whose pari'eu is h«r chief interest, will speak on "V/oman's I\irt In Making America B ( a t r i f u l . " "Shame on You," Wil telmina, Hilda and V r o u w llertogenboi ch. "A Common Ga.iie,' Wilhelmlna, ami Vrouw Hertoj enhosch. "I'oppiw, l{(nl and Wl ite," chorus. "A Man in BusincKfi," Bob Yankee. "When I was Younj. J/ike You," "Nothing to Do," Bob iml Jlertogen- Ix'sch Finale. Other TS'eii ·. R. Morrison was a 1 ueiness caller at Sonverfiefd yesterday Insists His New Discovery Opens Up Catarrh Stuffed Nostrils In Three Minutes Advises ill Catarrh Victims to Treat Nasal Catarrh With 0 »cx and Clean Out Unpleasant Muous (Juiek 30 Days Free Trial Says ConneSlsville Drug Co. You got ui) in the morning with I And hereV s o m e t h i n g t l a t w i l l de- nostrils stuffed w i t h mucus---you f e e l ; l i g h t mlllionis of m e n -- after 5 ou isj ray lazy--dciiroesed. Spray for a few seconds Ir«,hing, toothing, invigorating Opex nnd in thn'o minulois your head is clear and clean--every bit of mucus Is o u t - y o u CMI breathe Nature's pure air through nootrils free from irritation. s nothing In Opex t h a t can rel'rr-.shing Opex In nostrils and th oat for three weeks you won'i have hat l u m p of mucus to hawk tip in -men have dkl from the the er- ribU- uiorning a i d as many Umee through the day iiti you wi«h. Opex ic. so h o i p f u l in Catarrh of stand ng--the Herbert Black haw TI turned to h!. u ' t h a t by using Opex home in ChicaKo a f t e r being called hore- on account of th death of hl« mother. Mre. Mary Blac .. Mi». Lee Wagner an- 1 fion, ICarl, have returned to their home at Con- nellHville after a visit } ere with Mrs. Watfner'fl father, I. L. ilall and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hall. Mrs. Orville Mauet ; nd child of Ursintt were h-ere yest rday enroute stubborn f a i t h f u l l y I .Vasal t a i a r r h is a most anno ing j condition a n d U has been w r i t t e n hat a portion afflicted with dtuhburn n «al Catarrh not only IWHJB the acute s nse ot smell but task* also. You can always ?;pt Opex at ( on- K i n d -- j n e l l B v i l l e Drug Co -a bottle Hint vil! for a ' hint about two monlha cos's but ? LOO 7--Ches-la Sherlock, managing t) Uraddock to visit frl Mr*,. Kenneth f'reveru ind child have returned to their lionn at Smithfield a f t e r a visit w i t h M r- s. I'revere'.s mother-in-law, Mrs. Di lie I'revere. K. R. iJeRKf' still coi t i n u t r , to im- e d i t o r of the Ladies' Home Journal and a u t h o r , will h ic-ok on: "What G a r d e n i n g offers to Hornemakera." Vpvil I t -- M r s . Francis King, pio- n e ^ r in tho garden club movement, ·author and editor of garden books, honorary presU.ent of the Woman's National Farm and Garden Association ( t o Connellnvillo ycKtprd ·-. w i l l speak on: "Th » Cioal of the Gard n e Clubs." ^ pril 21--Mre. Joint F. Sippel, presi d e n t of tho G e n e r i l Federation of W-im«n'H Clubs, wl ich him an active Karden d e p a r t m e n t , w i l l speak on: "Vaking America a Garden Spot." m o n t h thB wornt symptoms of t h l B ] - - ' f . votl aren't j o y f u l l y saiiefied a ter huinilirttlni dioeas« are *,ucier»isfully ua'ms; it !or !50 days --got jour m icy treiited. K i n g i n g caused by .ind buzzing in oare when Catarrh is lessened --what a back. ISoirt nutl Hpr f^ljr^ to riv *nrk » xir:iy ilie n7 Mint rvK (hront -\ Uh UDtl vr« (*nt iKEEP YOUR NOSTRILS AS CLEAN AS YOUR TE1H-1 For Nfiisal tar" 1 prove from his soverr s ege of 10. B. Brown war; u h isine^ visitor ) Connellnvillo ycstprd ·}·. -FRENCH WOMAN SLEEPS 100 YEARS IN ONE HOME HOMER KERN GROWS 400 BUSHELS SPUDS ON MULL RUN FARM Homer Kern of M i l l Hun was one-of the most successful potato growers la.'t eca*,on. hat i U K ,. crop that yielded ·too bushels per ocr». .Mr. Kern reports ' h a t it W.IH an u n u s u a l l y largo ( rop of spjdu. STARTS DRIVE ON ALL TAGLESS DOGS H A K H I S U r K G , K-b. ir--One h u n J r t i dOK owners in 25 cnuntUts wero pr*»ecuted up to February 1 for not o b s e r v i n g provisions of the State DOK L a v . IK cording to ;. report from the bui ran of .iniinnl .dustry, Pennsyl- v-iiiila Depa-tment ol A K r i c u l t u r o . SAINT OMEK, Fob. 1 ..-- Mine. Constantino Boon, widow or (ID yours, celebrated her cenlenar several iiy:i ago with a wine-party t. which filie invited hor neighbors. S.me Been lum an unufcuitl record, Intv ng been )ori) j in the houijo in which he now lives In one h u n d r e d years he has never slept oU'.KMe ot that liou-se one lime. UHOUT EN What Is the Garden Axis? Smithton SM1THTOX. Feb. 1.'. -A birthday d i n n e r wa« given In h( 'ior of Jlenry Schneidsr of Smithton a ul }. (Juder ot Dravosburg at Mr. Glide ·' home Sunday evcting, to celehrat " Mr. Guder's 72nl birthday und Mr. S hnelder's 71fit birthday. A m o n g the gu stfi wore Mrs. Charles Vincent of S m i t h t o n , Mr. and Mrs. W i l l i a m Under of f allfornla, I'a., Mr. and Mrs. Me.vin lopwood and d a u g h t e r , Mary Lou of 'Junlovy, Mrh. Henry Guder and (hu»;hi tra, Anna and Folore9 and son, Harry, Kathryn duller and Harry Gaile ail of Belle Vernon, Mrs. Amanda Pa ill and daughter, Vivian and sou, Wl liam of Mon- Ch«en, Mr. and Mrs. Ch; rlcs Pfennin- T h e D e p a r t m e n t U,u«l a Element j lmUB aml ^ M , am , ^ n iteceiibPr. w a r n i n g all do K owners I Leo ,, ari So]r| M w _ E ,, M )Ctl] SonrnerB ha I delay ai'te-r J a n u a r y l o i t i securing I aml ^ winiam a ,, o . McKoesport( of Dutjuesne, Mlt ,e« llaryaret 193') llofiw-fs an 1 t a w for loga would j not le tolerated. Following instruc- ',;,' lion for H a r r l a b u r R , \K Inw enforce- me it anonN in nil part* of the Com- ·nonwttilth .ire now ictivo in checking .\p the owrors oC unliceueed doe«. French Peasants Relish M.jat of Constrictor Ohiopyl I'AHltv i |o b. 15- French ."at muiiy c u r i o u s t iliiRrf but tsiiukos nre, a Bout the m,vt u n u s u a l item on the r menu. I / e n C. l.eo. an American (ourifit in OHIOPYLJS, Feb. 15.-- V. .1. Jackson Francis in a letter U the editor of tho was H visitor at Confluonce Friday F«rit edition of the New York "Herald ( morning. Tri Mine." tellti of a,tending H S U H K C ' Ira ra.«»avttnt left Frii ay f )r pitts- Ceas.1 near Na-e. a'»l K a t h r y n Gudor, W lliani Guder, Bobby Barteln and Geoi ge Schneider of Liravosburg. George Cooper of Perr 'opolh was a guest at th-e home of rel itiv«s at t h i n place Wednesday. j George J. Burgau wu ; i Browne- villo vteitor Wednesday. Mrs. Amorlciis \'idale «'as n Bra)s- v i l l e visitor Wednesday. j b u r g to spend a few iUyf on business. " ot iilvf ^ s the m l d d l e I 1 "" MAWE VOUR. GR.QEN AH fcOOM. OROEREO vtm FLOVEPS AN Houses ( esigned for modern gar- den.s on average sine lots aro being provided with garden ontranws in tho rear, which ijormlt of direx:t communication betveen the garden and llio living room -indoors. If uch an n- trance exists, or can ' bo developed, then the a.\x of tho garden should' le-ad from it. Th-o gurelon' axis has ibetn much dlscuasod. Kvery dosigu, whotlier symmetrical, or unsyrametri- cal, is baaeJ upon a cente-r; and the first stop In designing i-s to determine that center. The gartitnt axis ia merely the center of the garden picture, and since this picture Is built In three dimension*, the is a lliie. The ax la ia !s . , Lee was in the Al'ies Maritmes ;md Mists Ha/ol Waters returned to her center of balance, and In the case o£ unsymmetrioal balance, there may be more space on one side of this line i l u r . n g a walk killed two sma'l con- 1 home Thursday alter a uouth's visit s t r l o t o r ^ . He asked a peasant if l i e j spent in Iotroit, Mich. w a i t e d the ,-nr.ivti-i, and the peasant} MM. Harrison tull it on the sick readily took t h e m , skinned them, c u t ' l i ^ L them up into small pieces, and p u t ' A. E. B u r n w o r t h of V utoria was a the'ii in .1 pot to boil. Lee declares he! c a l l e r in town Friday. refisetl !n join in tin meal. ', Mv an(l Mr »- w - K l irkhotder of the K a u f m a n n were callers n town Frito poa-uxntw n e i r K con-Wer lxL M c »or- m u c h lik good authority t e enifs, in ] i r i t t a n v , j oati -IctorH, which are j unerican garter Thomas Conn of Unl n t o w n was PT Ohiopylo f r i e n d Friday. ina H*. «u, u t i t - b i t :unt as gmaHhop- ure in Algeria. those wao advertise. Shartsser of Farm! igton was n ·SH caller In town F iclay . F. K. Bailey Mt Friday ConnollsvlUe to encl for ov r the v?eok- than on tlv other. leaO.s d i r e c t l y from But if the axis the garden entrance,'then as one stands in the door, and looks o u t , he seen tho pictiuo as he should; and at the end of the axis ho should SH some c a r e f u l l y planned and Interesting feature. In a formal garden, this .should be the dominating feature of the design. Where UK re is no garden entrance, the axis ma' be planned to lead from a window, a gate or from some other point, chosen so that the relatioiiHhip batwe-en the garden and. the houtia, ia logical, pleasing in appearance, i ml provides comiiminication as twnvenl- nt as 'possible. The problem should be approached with an e;inie(H attempt to underHtand tho prin-aiple.s involv d, and to disregard habits and out- t- dale fashiotifl. Methods of arrang ng and using small home grounds co n- nion to tho age of horse-drawn e- hlnles mu.-il be rejectc-d, if the min is to work out a solution which me 'Is present needs. (Jurtien design is difficult to oxplo n, and ixsrhupH not, eaay for a novice to understand. In a discussion of t ils length, it is impos«ible to go into · he principles ot comixvsltion, which ; re involved in the garden picture just as they are in painted pictures. But th- se principles are familiar to m a n y ; t ad those who have not been taught th tn, have an instinctive appreciation of them. We know when a room is w H arranged. lu placing furniture B id ornaments, we apply the t-a.nie la vs that govern the creation of beauty in our garden picture. In garden design there are tra ii- tion.s, and conventions. Methods of arranging plants in gardens have be in generally accepted in different coi u- trics at different periods, and tin se methods have become traditional. In certain types of gardens, especia ly formal gardens, there are rules wh, jh bnan laid down, aa desirable ia !!.10 ] 1. 12. Ki · M I n 10.- 37.18- lf).2 0 - 1M 2(1 1".).- ;m- ;t i .- HL 1 a:i.- ni.- 3. r i.- 30. :IT.'M - 3Q.- 40.41 4".- 4, 1 !.44.- 4 5 4((.- 47.48.- ·tu.- 30.- K n t n t P ot A c r o i i n l a n t N T h n r l e s !·'. T l n o d . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . K l a n t f l y l , j o n H n d H r - r b e r t I t t / a h n , T r u i t c p f . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D e r r m b e r 12, ( i o n r f i e W i i r J i P i - ................. T h o m a H A. \ V » K g o n p f , A d i n h I s t r a l o r ·. t. « ............. . . . . J a n u a r y 20, R i i H h P l C . l i u r i t w o r l l i . . . . . . . . . . . . K a r l l i i s n n v u r l l i , A d i n l n l s t n i t ir . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J a n u a r y IT), .!o-pph I r n l i n f i - , Sr ................. J o h c ' p h 1 in J i n K. .1 r , K.\ ci'iiloi* ............................. 1 J e r r - m b P r .'. - A n d y K n s p e r .................... S t c p h r n ft M u k y , A J m l n i f H r n t n r .............. . .......... November ^, ..liilni A. ( J a r l i y .................. 'J'h.- I ' u l o n l o w n N n t i u n n t S1o.n\ T r u B t I ' o m p n n y , A . l m l n l i i t r a l o r ............................................... January 24, - . I n s h n a A . K n o v . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ll'iirve-y \ . K n o \ . K x p n i t n r . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l a n u a r y 2 7 . - r i i i H i m c ) o. l i a v l d ............. r i y c l o W M a v l r f , A , l n i l n i s t i - , i t r ............................. J a n u a r y ^0, \ V i n i a i n i!. McC'ay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J o h n M . M f C a y , A d n i l M i M r a t n r . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J a n u a r y 20, - - H i n p r i o i / o b t s ................... t ' l i n r l p m i S a v i n g s K. Tnist "·( np.vtiy, A d m i n i s t r a t o r ........ TJocemhrr J8, - ] | o r n c ( i r t ' i - l y M a s o n ............ J,. K ^ r l M n s n n ,mri U ' l b c r t U. Marion. A J m l n l B l r a t o r s - W i l l i a m r O ' D o n n p l I l O l l x a b o t h Con w e l l . . - W i l l i a m K o u l H o n . . . -- 1 ' a l r l c ' k C ! I r , L H r » r t . . . . . --Cora At. Y o u n l u n . . . . -- J o h n F o s b r l n k -- J o h n Y a o h l m o v l c . . . J a n u n r v 8, J a n u a r y 30, .............................. J a n u a r y ^!1, J a n u a r y 3, K x i - c - u t o r s .............. .. Novcmbor 1-t, --Sarah A n n F l r o n t o n p -- J o h n . T o z w l a k M u r y J o z w lak, A c l m l n i s t r n I r l ? -- M n r l a 3,. Hood J o s e p h 1). Hood nnd K l l B H P l l i J o h n K . L i n d s a y a n d f t i - r t r u c j J a v l r l S. ( i . U l c y , A d m l n l s t r a t o Ven;a. U c r k p , A O m l i i l s t i n t u r , · J o h n K . M . i r t K , K x r c u t o r . . . . -- J o h n J ' r l f t a n c / , K. \V. In w son, G u a r d i a n . . . . -- lOrn ma P r t^aiu-v; R. \V, 1'ft v fcon, ( l u . i r i l l a n --Mary P r l g - u n c x . . · M i c h a e l P r i g a n o ^ -- J o h n J J n d n a y -- W c s l e v ( -- J o h n I!., , -- C n t h e r l M P l l a i t z . W a r y 11. o ' l m n n c l l , K M - i - u t r l . t^Ji mil' 1 1 I''. T a i l o r , l O A C ^ u t o r Jo.^ph NolHon, I C x e ' u l o r J o h n T'. n n d C h a r l e s I t H U M . T l l i o Tru 1 *! C o m p a n y o f W - s t e r n P e n n s y l v a n i a , A d m i n i s t r a t o r January 20, .11, ( i f - o i - K o M a y , A d m l n l s t r a t o " December 0, T i t l e it T r u M f o m p a n y o t W B t c r n P c n n s y l v a n S n . IQxi'.cutor N o v e m b e r 18, . A u i i L I n F i r e M o n p . A d r n l n l . s t r n or November 18, r. t. n N o v e m b e r 18, Hood, K x c c u l o r s J a n u a r y i!i!, L u ' d s n y , I'!\icutor T a n u a r y 2.'S, c-. I. u J a n u a r y 23, t. a J a n u a r y 23, J a n u a r y 123, J a n u a r y ai), J a n u a r y 23, It. W, U a w son", ' i u a n J l n i i J a n u a r y 29, . R. W. U a w H o t i , ' l u a r d l u n l a n u a r y 20, - ( J e o r j f p !·'. S t l i k ! K l e r y P. S t l i M t o l . A d m i n i s t r a t o r J a n u a r y 30, J o s e p h P. M u r p h y Qeorjfe 11, M u r p h y , A d r n i n l s t r i t o r November 14, - U l a M . l l o u l h C h a r l e s T K l e l d . K x c c u t o r N o v e m b e r U , -Sol J. K O R p n b a u m CHUpJis T i t l e T r n » t C o m p a n y , G u a r d i a n J a n u a r y 23, K l l x u h e i h 11. U o r l c y T h e Fayotti; Titli: T r u s t C o m p a n y , Trustee J a n u a r y 23, James K. Oarby K l U a b e t h J i . D a - b y , A d m l n l s t f a i r l y J a n u a r y 30, - S u s a n Cappy I . c a t c r CU.KV?, A d m i n i s t r a t o r J a n u a r y 23, M a r g a r e t K r i s t r The S e r o n l N a t i o n a l J!ank of U n l o n t o w n . J O x e c u t o r J a n u a r y 2S, K l ' c n J o l i n x o i i 1-llllan W a l t e r s J o l i n \V, G r i f f i t h K p h r l a m T . W a i t e r s James IJ. l l t m v o r 1»3(» 3fKU laao J930 1030 1020 1930 1030 Ifl.lO 1030 1D2O 103O 1!)2» 1020 1920 1920 1930 1!).'iO J130 1,'iO tino :t;io o.-!ij n:m '130 1020 11130 i:30 inrio 11)30 1!I3 1030 1930 1020 1!«0 11)30 11130 11)30 l!i'!0 1930 1030 1030 1930 1030 1020 ] »3O 1030 1030 1030 Jf'30 3030 lf»30 1030 11)30 !'"rank W. I ' r o t z m a n , K x c c u t o · J a n u a r y 20, The N a t i o n a l B a n k of F a y e t t e C o u n t y , G u a r d i a n January i!4, F r a n k H'. Hteun, A d m l n l s t r a t o - Dotembpr 3, j"u.meB A. P r n v l n n , A d i n l n i s t r s i or J a n u a r y 30, JxnilHR II. J l o o v p r , (Jcorsn P. 1 o o v r r , C'harlea V. Hoovfir and R o b e r t J. H o o v c - r , A d m i n i s t r a t o r s J a n u a r y 10, -Mal)Cl K. I I i i r t i a u K h . . . . W i l l i a m H. HarhaiiK-h, A d m l n l i t r a l o r J» J a n u a r y 3, -A. II. C l a r k Pcnrl M. F a z c n b a k c r . A d m r x . , c. t. a lccemb«!r 20, A n n i e I i i x o n .Mary (;iarf l ) l x o / i , A d m l n l K t r . t t r t x Ucccmtoer 31, ·-Kred. Ianli3 M u n s o n t t u i l i H. M u n n u n and Title '."rust C o m p a n y of W e s t e r n P e n n s y l v a n i a , K t u c i i l o r a December 3, - 1 a v l r t I.. U i i r t K l t / . n b p l n H, B u r r and I n n F. VonnakcT, A d m i n i s t r a t r i c e s . . . . January 23, - H a r r y I f n r r l i t J). \V. M c D o n a l d , Jr., A d r n l n l H l -utor J a n u a r y 28, - A n d y Med w i t h J). W. Me I Jon a Id, Jr., A d m i n i s t a lor J a n u a r y 2S, - C h a r l e s K, Kfferors , K a l l i f K. KKfft'ra and Alson (.'. K g u u r f , and Charles 1«\ Tliomas, K x e u u t o r n Ji»uary 28, 01 -- J o h n VS. 1*nwler N a n c y 10lien Y o w l e r , K x « o u t r l January 24, fi2.---Maria H o r w a t, n l l a a M a r y Fabo . . M i k e 1 [ o r v a t l i , A d m i n i s t r a t o r J a n u a r y 11, 0 3 -- P a t r i c k J Jxockc J o h n D. I^ooke and Patricia I^ic'ke, E x e c u t o r nnd K x c c i i t r i x , I6ccnibOr 14, 54.---Olive- M. M o o t t , lic.ryl Gosncll and K d l t h J l a n l Ins, Kxecutrlees J a n u a r y 24, 5 5 -- S n m Price , M i l t o n M. U n r b y , A d m l n l a t r a : or i\ December 17, 0 0 , -- W a l t e r S. l l l l l r i K o r W 1^. J J l l l l n K T , K x e c u l o r J a n u a r y 30, Ti7 -- J u l i a S f a t o n Jo-seph Ki-ator, K x e c u t o r Januarj- 30, rH.--Isiiac T a y l o r M o r g a n J I . H o w m a n and Sam if 1 A. Gllmore, K x r c u l n r s J a n u a r y 30, .Ml - - P a u l i n o Pot IT It. W. I ' l a y f o r d , G u a r d i a n J a n u a r y 31, (ill -- C h a r l e s K. H r l t t . Frank P Hr I tl, K x e c u t o r J a n u a r y 31, t i l . - - A n n a K C o l d r p n W i l l i a m F. Coldrpn nnd Walti r If. C o l d r e n , E x e c u t o r s J a n u a r y 31, (12 -- c h i i r i e B W. A d a m s J. 1!. A d a r n u , K x e c u t o r J a n u a r y 31, fl.'i -- M a r y O W i l K U s ./ F a y e t t e TH le Tru.y. f o r n p a i y, Trustee, c. t. a January 31, K I - J o h n J o h n s o n K a y i - t t e T i l l s T r u s t Oornpai y, A d m i n i s t r a t o r , c. t. a J a n u a r y 31, Uo -- - A m a n d a G r l m e b C i t i z e n s Title T r u s t Compa iy, E x e c u t o r as s t a t e d by Peter G. Cameron, S e c r e t a r y of Ban) Irig of the State of P e n n s y l v a n i a , G u a r d i a n January 31, 1030 G O -- K d w a r d U a l a l n g o r C i t i z e n s Title T r u i t Compa i y , K x e c u t o r an stated by Peter G. Cameron, S e c r e t a r y of J l a n l injc of the K t a t e of P e n n s y l v a n i a . G u a r d i a n J a n u a r y 31, 1930 0 7 - - H e l e n J o h n s o n , rt M i n o r C i t i z e n s Title Trust Company, Kxecutor as M t a t e d by Peter G. Cameron. Secretary of Ban} Ing of the State of P e n n s y l v a n i a , Guardian January 31, 10 O O S -- J o h n J o h n s o n , a M i n o i . C i t i z e n s THlo Trust Company, E x e c u t o r an stated hy Peter G. Cameron, Secretary of Rn.nl I n g of the State of P e n n s y l v a n i a , G u a r d i a n January 31. 1030 0!)---Gerald A l l e n , a M i n o r C i t i z e n s Title Trust Company, K x e c u t o r as stated by Peter (f. Cameron, Secretary of Banl Ing of the .State of Pennsylvania. G u a r d i a n J a n u a r y 31, 1030 7 0 -- G o l d i e V. A i l e n , a M i n o r C i t i z e n s Title Trust Compnjiy, K x e c u t o r as stated b}' Pater O. Cameron, Secretary of Bant In u of the State of Pennsylvania, G u a r d i a n January 31, 1830 71.--Joseph Zamon, a M i n o r C i t i z e n s T i t l e T r u n t Compary, K x e c u t o r as btated by Peter !. C a m e r o n , .Secretary of Bant Ing of the State of Pennsylvania, , G u a r d i a n January 31, 1930 72.-- A n n a X a m o n , a M i n o r C i t i z e n s TIUo T r u a t Compar y, K x e c u t o r as stated hy Peter G. Cameron, S e c r e t a r y of H a n k i n g of the State of Pennsylvania, G u a r d i a n January 31, 1030 7 3 -- H t e \ c X a m o n . a M i n o r C i t i z e n s Title Trust Compai y, Executor a« s t a t e d by Peter G. Cameron, .Secretary of B a n k i n g of tho S t a t e of Pennsylvania, G u a r d i a n .Tanoary 31, 1030 7 4 , _ _ r v i i c i a u P. S m i t h C i t i z e n s Title T r u s t Compai y, Executor as stated by Peter G. C a m e r o n , Seerctary of B a n k i n g of the State of Pennsylvania, G u a r d i a n January 31, 1930 7 j -- M a r y Zanuin. ,i M n u i r C i t i z e n s T i t l e Trust Compar y, G u a r d i a n , aa stated by Peter G. C a m e r o n , Hecn'tary ot B a n k i n g January 31, 1930 7 G . - - - M n I u l l r i e X a m o n C l t l a i - n s T i t l e T r u s t C o m p a i y. Guardian, as stated by Peter G. Cameron. Secretary of H a n U l n g r January 31, 1930 77.--lOa H u r n c U i CUizens T i t l e T r u s t Com pat y, Guardian, aa stated by Peter U. Cameron, S e c r e t a r y of H a n k i n g January 31, 1030 7 8 -- O r l a n d o D i i r n e t t l Citizens T i t l e T r u s t Compar y. Guardian, aa stated by Peter Ci, Cameron. S e c r e t a r y of B a n k i n g January 31, 1030 7(1 -- I I . A t b o * t S m i t h C i t i z e n s T i t l e T r u s t C o m p a n y , Trustee ,a» B t a t e d by Peter G. Cameron, Secretary of B a n k l n ; January 31, 1930 80.--S, Paul Ilb.gan Citizens Title T r u s t C o m p a n y , Trust ad, as stated by Peter G. Cameron, Secretary of IJankU g , January 81, 1030 81 -- P a u l S n m a r f f i t f a . . . . . H e i g h A. Marietta, A d m i n i s t r a t o r « J a n u a r y 31, 193(1 HL'.--Minnie A. Itewson .Mary D. S t r l c k l e r , E x e c u t r i x J a n u a r y ;tt, 1B.SO H 3 -- S a r a h A. Woodward The N a t i o n a l Bank of Fayette County, A d m i n i s t r a t o r c. t. a. ..January 31, 10.!0 8 - t . -- W l n o n a C. Buirtl Georgre H, Halrd and F r a n k B. Hess, Kxocutors January "1, IB.'SO K5 --C C I t a r f o r d C i t i z e n s Title T r u n t Company, A d m i n i s t r a t o r January !!!, 10;tO BO -- W i l l i a m H a f e r Fred Hater, A d m i n i s t r a t o r .,... J a n u a r y ;ti, Ifl.'iu AUDIT NOTICK. A l l p a r t i e s i n t e r e s t e d a r e h e r e b y n o t i f i e d that an A u d i t J-,181 will o made up of all tho forag-olniT accounts and t.Aid list · f t l t l be calli-d on M o n d a y , the 17th day of March, 1930, at 10 o'clock A. M., anil continue th.ereaf.ler ctxch day ( S a t u r d a y s «.ntl S u n d a y * e x c e p t e d ) u n t i l t h e list s h a l l h a v e been d i s p o s e d of. O. FKtANK niJSB, of Wllln «»d K«-Offlrto Clerk of Orphan*' Coarl. lfeb-4t-Mt. such gardeuB and these, liko similar rul«s In bridge wltlKl, aro conventions. But now the tendency Is to disregard traditions nnd convontions. Perhaps the leas one knows of thorn the better, since they handicap originality. In cle- slgaing a garden, on© merely arranges flowers and other plants, so that they make a boautltiil picture, nmi a picture of a kirnl that one can waMc in, and live In, and not merely admlro as it haags o nthe wall. If the picture ia beautiful, it ia woll done, though all traditions and conventions which have been laid down by practitioners of garden art since ancient Rgypt may ho violated. And if the picture ia not beautiful and interesting, then It is poorly done, though it may conform to all the conventions, as many dull gardens do. Dickerson Run DICKJORSON RUN, Feb. 15--Mra. J. S. .baujrhrey o£ North Dnwson left Thursday for Chkago, where she will vielt relatives and friends lor eomo time. Mre. Clarence Lint who hne been confined to her home with quinsy is ablo to bo out again. Charles Harbaugh has returned to his work at. Yawlergritt after spending a few days hero visiting Mr. and Mrs. William Harbaugh. Mrs. Richard Sidow of Wect Crawford avenue, Connellevlllc, wa« the gueFt o£ friends hero Thursday afternoon, Mrs. J, C. Stickel is spending this week visiting her stetec, Mrs. Annetta Rohm at Morgantown, W. Va. Mre. William Evane waa a Connellsville shopper Thnursday evening. U. S. Steamer Sinks British Craft. BRISTOL, England, Feb. 15.--The American steamer "West Oelina" collided in a fog late last night with the Bristol dredg-tug steamer Corbeil, off Avonmouth, and sank it. The crew of the Corbeil was saved. The oceau steamer was not damaged. Has Multiple Tnlei^ts. JACKSON, Mies., Feb. -IB.--Louis Cochran, "bachelor, lawyer, legislator, Is author of several popular novels. His latest book, "The Stoty of Lowly Gnoms," was written for an invalid The Day's Nows At Dawsoiii Special to The Courier DAWSON, Feb. 1--Tho Daw son Volunteer Fire Company responded to a call ot Vandorbilt on. Thursday morninpr, an alarm being eouaded for a chimney Ore in that district. The Dawson company made a q lick response, the truck being on tho way at^ the sound of the second alarn. With the Volunteer company Dawnon can well feel certain that the boyt will al- waya be on the Job and give the very best o£ service. The citizens and all concerned are urged to coopei ato with tho boys in their endeavors o make the Daweon company the beet In tho county, Mr. and Mrs Charles J. MtGill are Fittsburg visitors today. Hester Cooley will be the hostess to the Sa.ndo.rd Bearers of tin- Metho- dtet Church at her home in P a6t Liberty thie evening 1 . It is requet ted that all members be present and report promptly at 7:30 o'clock. The Sunday school of the IVethodist. Church has purchased 150 now song books for the school. S. W. Jnks, Mre. J, MAN SELECTS WRONG FOODS, SAYS Animal's Instinct May What to Eat, Hal Unmans Err. Toll Gruen, Mrs. A. R Ruehton, Mrs. J. C. McGill oC Dawson and Mrs. O. S. Oglevee of East Liberty attended a bridge luncheon given at the home o f ! Mrs. Harry Shaffer at Com ellsville Thursday evening. Frank Harper of North D«wson ie (spending the week-end at the home of hte grandmother, Mrs. Cha'lee B. Harper, at Connellsvjlle. J. E3. Little, master mechanic of tha Western Maryland at Marylai d Junction was looking after the company's Interests at Dickoreon Run T mraday. Oscar Williame of Uniontown was a business caller here on Thum ay. The Dawson Volunteer Fi) e Company has bought a new radio and Installed it in tho fire house. The company is in tho best of standing They recently purchased new uniforms, have made a number of improvements on the fire elation, all being done at their own expense, COLUMBUS, Ohio, Feb. 15--Animal* may rely upon instinct to select proper nourishment but not humans, avora Dr. John F. Lyman, professor of agricultural chemistry at Ohio Stata Unie rsity. The animal has the advantage because ordinarily it uas the selection' of only two foods, one good and the other injujrioue, while man may choose any ot several, he says. And repeatedly man plcke the wrong kind. "A fallacy," Prof. Lyman continues, "is the belief that our federal and state food laws insure good nutrition without any cooperation from the consumer. These lawe protect from lue fraud of mlslabeling and from the u«e ot adulterants, but beyond that they d.o not guaranty fond values." People conilinuo to err, Dr. Lyraart pointis out, in believing that costs aud food values a.re corelated. A dime spent for millk is a wiser purchase than a dollar spent for mushrooms, even though they be not toadstools, h* 1 observes. Tho road to good health, according to Dr. Lyman's specifications, Is paved with the following materials to be used 'dally. A pint o£ milk; fresh fruit equal to an apple or orange; abundance ot vegetublefi, especially of, the cabbage, lettuce and apinaeh variety; moderate amounts only o(f white bread, sugar, lard and otiior "purified fooda; end. sufficient other foods such ae meat, cereals, fats and bread to dull the ap- petito and adorn the meal. Balanced rations are the needs ot an empty stomach rather than (ho epecinltiee urged by faddists, the chemist concludes. rouizo those who

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