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February 19, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 12

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L . _ A _ i_Vi.ijj 0. ,, _· i, i£lt,ttuAKx IOWA CHEMISTS CONVERT WASTE CORN PRODUCTS Substitutes for Necessities Do- rivnl From Two Years" Intenshe S t n d j . TTHOUT A ARDEN? Planting Often Sells the House Bv R K R A N h M N M B K f U T T l ' n i t « 5 Presr. f t iff C,'orrr-pom|pnt. AMKS. fa . Fcb tn. - Farm relict ( m a n u a l l y a p p a r e n t lo the f a r m e r - is t n p - uslon of Tow i State Collpg-p of A g r i c u l t u r e ftuthcrtties :IH t h e i r pro- disse-ct fi.rm w t n .aid convert t h e m into d i i l « t ! t u t p s 'or u r r e n t }'\r years nrieiilists have -ouRht notli-ods of u t i l i z a t i o n of f a r m waste-?, nit it v-av! not u n t i l recently t h a t Dr. 0 n. Sweeney, Iowa Stnte'ri professor if cheiriKxil enpmeerlnK, and Or. H f t n r y rjilman, h s o r g a n i c c h e m i s t r y ,irrfesHionnl coll«ij?u\ announced they nal discovered compound* w h i r h w i l l 1 o p i a t e nec'P56tti*-«i an-d which can bo secured from t h o s t a l k , p i l c h , h u s k . ,ind coh of corn. Thfiflp t w o processors, l o a r i n c rKii- ·Mite on tho p«rt of s c i e n t i f i c colleagues f t h o u M t h e i r discoveries be made pub- l i c i r p m a t u r p l y TO fore tho.v could b e ) rc;t"d f u l l y , w i t h h e l d d e f i n i t e a n n o u n c e m e n t of Dicir w o r k and Us re -.ultt u n t i l they had discovered tnori- t h a n 1^0 derivatives of corn and i t s lormw waete product". ^ As f p i i r f u l of personal p u b l i c i t y as t h e y are, of proi mature public-atioii of thoir finding*;, t ith profe-Hsors refuse to« d i v u l g e d e t a i l s ol" their study, t h e a m o u n t or work ' h p y have dono, or the dOKr(M c ! they ho'd. Science, lo them, ranta far above personal atnbUions or Oroniid is p x p e n s i i ' c Bui t h e o'U is u i i t i f l e t l bv t h p aasin j u r e of a i r a n d l i g h t a r o u n d thp hoiisi it K i v e s room for d r y i n g c l o t h e s , h m c l l l n p : refuse* coal d e l i v e r y , k p p p i n g a car, recreation for c h i l d r e n , and i bit of garden. These ( h i t i g h are p a r t f i h e processes of l i v i i i f r carried on " t h i n t h e hou.sp. Isn't it log-lral t h e n i i relegate these things to the areas in the house w i t h w h i c h t h e y tire mos d i r e c t l y c o n - cerned" And lo arra \pe t h e m In as orderly and c o m p a c t f a s h i o n as possible? J u s t t r y i t . Y t u w i l l f i n d t h a t your home does not s ' o p at the house walls, hut extends to y o u r lot linos. Von w i n have outdoor rooms t h a t correspond to the roomi i n the house And these rooms c in bo f u r n i s h e d w i t h rujrs of grass; w a l l s of living K t p p n brightened by lovely flowere; F u r n i s h i n g ^ of more fl iwers, specimen p l a n t s , f r u i u . p l a y t h i n g s , u t i l i t a r i a n a r t i c l e s , ' e a l s , arbors, garden o r n a - m e n t s . For the cost of l u r m M i l u g one r o o m indoors, or even tho price 1 oi one- p PCP of l u r n i t u r c such as a p i a n o or d a v e n - Inr(. y o u can f u r n i s h a l l t h e o u t d o o r rooms of your ho-me. I n t e r l o ' - f u r n i l u r e can be bought and p u t in place w i t h i m m e d i a t e results. R u t p l a n t m a t e r i a l for outdoor f u r n i s h i n g ? is l i v i n g -- i t miisi, have time to grow. Those, who can. afford it, c n u buy part o) this time tn I-argre plants. If one must move to a n o t h e r locality and soil his home, hp u s u a l l y takes Ins i n t e r i o r f u r n i t u r e -- i t adds l l l t l e to the v a l u e of the property, and is costly to replace. But t h e o u t d o o r f u r n i s h i n g s remain, a n d t h e y a d d notably t.o property value, not lo of f a c i l i t a t i n g a q u i c k hale. fame, and they :an not bo Inveigled i n t o even a statement of the cl-pgrecs t h e y hold nor the time (moro- t h a n a ileu.tilp) they ha /e spent at Iowa Pol~ i ersatiou to the- work they iiro are engaged in, however, and ~ito\}\ doctors bome enthusiastic with jnammoth worU, minutely descriptive to t h e initiated*, hut JIK foreign 4 ks the of Matt, to t lie lay mini. At the Theatres The Orpheum The Paramount Cin-.vt difficulties i i photographing and recording scentt of the majestic | " A m e i i c a ' s boy f r i e n d " ha« «x new outdoors -of the HiuNon Bay country , sweet he ir(. and a m i j j h f y sweet one, were encountp-red by h-e Warner Broe. comiuiny, u n d e r U * directions of too. In "Half Way to H?avei," w h i c h on (he screvn at the Orpheum T u r n the George Fitzmanrice, ( urine; the filming Charles ( B u d d y ) Rojrer HH f i n e and of t h n V M t a p h o n c p i o d u c t i o n , "Tiger horaWe a screen personality as bo t«, How," is the f e a t u r e picture at t h e ! lias tt 'ihare honor w i t h lovoly .lean P a r a m o u n t , eo-stan ing Monte Blue ami Lupe Veiez. Much of tho p i c t u r - was taken along rushing streams cjuonlly, in order and boat Polysyllable f l l i w s polysyllable an 'Srthur. I n fact the whole e n t e r t a i n - ment )^ on that action, romnnce, comedy ord*r which make^ one of the. an on lakee. Fre- most e-j^yanle evenings p(«t?iblo You to c a t c h the canoe \ w i l l l i k e it. Everybody, generally eoi ipany cai peutere i U t - » discuss t h f i r f i n l i n g 8 w i t h regrU to f u r f u r a l d e h y c l d i s t i l l a t i o n oC corn cobs) and I(H che-mical reactum^ w h e n treated w i t h would have to b u i l i platfortlw i u t o t o r r o n t H on wl ich to p!ac* tho tanicni:- and reco tUiiR equipmont. One- of the moKt vi ul scenes of t h o p i c t u r e it) that in \Vltli«rj- ,inl (Irani Withers ekirl d o w n tmalo by d e s t r u c t i v e I r i v e r in a f r u l l IKM i, and ride t a p i i t e Part of t h s e -.cpn-es . i Mki-n ar Lake A r r o w head, «nl the j;, likod it last n i g h t j I Hudd\ hreakH into carnival lifo in ' " H a i r \Vay to Hcevi'ii" and doPh some d.inp;eroiis H t u n t s on the flying- trapeze w h i c h will keep your heart - - h u h I.upe, B l u o i l n your mouth for (several mimitee. It o t h e r compound*? From various tre-at- ^. they rt, thy «ecurei esters veiously as ni-etby!. e t h y l , i i - p o p y l . f t i r f u r l y . b u t y l , and KO on. These are all etterr, of b e - f a - f u r j - t a c r y l i c acido, it is learijed, ami from i hem perfurue-3 and Jlavormg extracts m«y IM made. K r o m corn ^t ilks, the scientists d(»- c'lo--: v are- secured alpha cellulose, \,i'-uu nt her cellulose compoundfc, w h i c h may be eaten w i t h itn- by buft'erc-rs from diabetes bc- · ·aii'-c it has pr ictli,ally no food v«lue, lumber - u t h t i t i 1 lets diul paper. Corn huskn, t h e profesisovs r e m a r k p i o d u t o more iatM'r, clolliins for hot f i i m t i i p s . c l o t h , anil other prcxlucifi as r e m o t e l y reUite.il f'obtf, u^«i tor piper* arid corkc, now tho la a new and d a r i n g roie and Buddy tho r e r i r f i n l y Vook; c o n v l n c ' i u s in t h e pan ·eru j }'hy6i((Up' Thai boy htw '!. A f t t - r t h r l l l j u ^ y o u w i t h hw d a r i n g , Buddy ."tand^ Jp lo Paul luka« and in a (Jrsl (Ight w n i r l i looks realwtic e n o u g h for in ihr- r u s h i n j t r a p i d of i h e American (liver, in t h e , h i g h 8 erra«. "TJRer RO5.O," aria Jtel Irom Wiiiard ' nnybcKlv, IIP fiends the- v i l l a i n packing .Much's tsrage ploy, IB m a r k e d by Ha ! and \vl is the girl. p i c t o r m l beauty. D u r i n g the nlmii i? j "Hal: Way to Heaven" i* a now t y p e OK- final | af « t o r y tor Buddy but he B i n il ai ·scenes of "Tiger I o%\" proved t h a t ; well » he did "Close Harmony" and "Illusion." Of course It's « i U - l a l k i n g for " H a l f Way !i Heaven" h ive- IK-PI) p a r ' i a l l y elevated to the pl.it'f f o r m e r l y occupied utono by the- corn k e r n e l in the manufacture of alcohol, an«! may replace necessities r a n g i n g ft-om 1 uttone to perfume*, and fliivoruiK extra ts. Corn stalk p tch f(/llown Ihe stalk in p r o d u c i n g celluloslc compoumlrt, and it t a k i n g place of cotton m gun w h i l e harking dog- d o n ' t bite, doge t h a t clon'l hark bon itim»B do U i n - T i n - T I n 'play in tho picture, were t a k e n in a occluded mountain w i t h l . u p " He is Dupe's dog- Uinty took to Liipp like ul norit evryono oie« in Hollywood, and become her grxxj f r i e n d , Between 8fe-ne« n t l t c tiiuil d a y . Cupe, w h o hops al out a net w i t h bound let-1 energy, got into winyon n e n r Heverly 1HIM, l.y the of a M i a l l lake Birde were p l e n t i f u l in the weeping w i l l o w trr'p.T fringo t h e lake *horo, ami m o u n t a i n UiIcketK. powder ind other explosives It also furnishctt t.icc powder, iiwulating lin- ini; ior refrigerators, panor, armor f o r ] battleships, a n i artificial filk. Corn iteclf, i h e profeseors have lls-- covered, has use3 far bey?nl the wit- ing and d r i n k i n g for w h i c h if has been u.«Hl in the- past. Frtn the |;raiu t!S separate and d i s t i n c t products, l a n g i n g f r o m vhisky and beer t h r o u g h w h i c h in Uu- lii f u l l chorus w h p H the film u n i t arrived it the l o i a t i o n and obligingly continued a rough-house si ra ublo with H l n t y . j t h p i r ,onga for the boned) of the who enjoyed it -is much a5 th« etar. I p i c t u r r . However, in a i t e m iting lo seize- he-i } The prOjzr-am ali-o included Jt movlo- by the eleeve of h« r coat, one of h U ' i o n e ct, all talking: foniefly, and tx'St tricks, he misj idgei hta d i s t a n c e , ) cound newb reel. aiwl his tt'Ptb ftnnk i n t o her arm. I t ) The f e a t u r e pic.tuie for Thursday, wan jus-t a minor i i j t i r y . j l^riday iinil Saturday ie "In Old A r i A Vltaphone act, «ill t,ilk-ing comedy and talking new. eels are a\to included. Thursday, K r k i n ami Saturday "Is Kveryborly Happy''' w i l l Ixs the- feature p i c t u r e dhowrr. paint, ink, p, gum, gin. flour, meticfi, axle f roare, and bread, have boon diticover«j, COURT ORDERS MAN TO FIND OTHER HOME FOR DIVORCE WIFE SAMSON BOWED ru . BEFORE CATARRH Champion ,,__ j CHAMPION, Fc i). ID.-MiHH Flor- Strowrebt of M«n Are Overcome l.y Its I C o bohr of I n d . m Hoad culled at insidious Approach. ence tho home of Rev. a d Mr». J. C Bealnn Sunday. ... i, , TI-. /-, i i . -, j R f v . ' J o h n M. C j e i r y deliv^re.1 an In- toresUing t I si Sunday evening, j t h e v( oi-ia T u n i c "t vas so M t r o n ^ two years upyri th?it m v bu*lrti( j s In t h o m i l l n l r k n x m f t l rno H a l r l :i b ! g - f r a m L! man following the Hr« lircti gram. Rev. 0. S, Bag; ett 'of New York in C ' o n n f l l s pro- i v l l l p , I'a, "I li.nl J i v p f l o u t f l o o - M u n t i l [ was l u l l t?ro\vn, and luut us'orl inj' niuscit-'-s u n t i l I IiaJ a i r v p u t . u t o n as ,t KANSAS CITY, Mo., Feb. IS.--John M i l l a r d was liotise-huntlng ioday. I t wan by ord-er ot Municipal Judge Oarlui P. Smith who yesterday ins t r u c t e d M i l l a r d to find other q u a r t e r n t h a n tiio.se under his own roof for Iiis divorced w i f e and her ae\v hu.sband, tYc'l Utiiclit"-. M i l l a r r l !u» t a k e n the Hughes t " l f h i ^ !unn\ wh t '!i thoy became- ill and w e r e - penriilci.h. J u d s c K m i t h com- tnoudcd U i t n ir his i)hllantlirtpy bnt d linn "ovrn p h i l a n t h r o p y had Spanish Cop Halts Own Wedding to Nab Pickpocket in Pew began a scries ol e'vaugelistk- meet- iiiBS last S u n d a y al the Daristowri I0vangrlical C h u r t i. Mrs. Bowman l a s it-covered after from nei ralgia Mrb W i l l i a m Roess is slowly imp r o v i n g a f t e r havi ig had an »p«ration u t t h e Melcroft H j a p i t a i . Mrs. G. H. M i l l e visited her 'brother at the . l o h u s t o w n Hospital on Saturday e v e n i n g - Shi reports him sorna bettor. Tin- UpKtreutn rf- CUss of t h e C h u r c l t ot the B r e t h r e n hold I t s m o u K i i y m e e t i n g at the home of Charles Bcahm. Tho f o l l o w i n g program was rcnderc rl: Devofion, Harold yi«.her: solo. Or ha H o s t e l l e r ; hu- morons rpaditig, F r a n k FJ. Geary; story, Florence I h r ; reading, Charles Beahra; s h o r t talk, Rev-. John M. strong man VVIi^n 1 w p n t to w o i k !n tho m i l l 1 f o u n d t h a t s t r o n K t t un as?pt t h a t b r o u g h t me money, and r g l o r l o f i in It J.ikp most strong men, I did not t a k e my p a r t i o u l i i r care of m / s o l f , and thai f v o n t u o l l y b i o i i R h t m o d o w n t o wlicr ttny water boy lit the m i l l wa." stronger t h a n me. I suppoii It- camp a b o u t from groinR I n d o o r s to a hot job a m i t r t e n comlnff o u t in t h e air w l l h o i u taking stnoltj, T'' p cau- tlons 1 began to snuffle- .1 K°od ti'a.1, my fi'Ofl b'JK-.in to tasto wrong- and ( l i e n I bpcume worse Aly iead wus filled ail tlir t mi;, and I IsaJ to be i n l f t h t y f a r e - f i l l n hat t a l e , or I could not k e e p it d o w n vrn w a t p r tustfii flat and stale "Tliit I h l n p ; w e n t on for a few m o n t i». I (lfl not k n o w w h a t tn do i t , a l t h o u g h m y w o r k klUet mr- and I r o u t d not re."t a t M,v JviCn tempted mo \ \ l t J i every rJIsli S h e c o u l d t h i n k o f , hut t h e y a l l r a t h e r d l B K U s t P d mo, and I w n r i t p d n o t h i n g . .T I r e i j p d m y s t o i n a r l i . heuiuso w o a l l sonpr. Att -r the program wa rendfrp-d, fja-moa were played. Kc j - wrro ·· ervod. M A i m i i ) , t e c t i v p - fe u ilvit Not «.- ins; ai i hi' «tit u about to be marri«-l to K«b 10- Don l i i M i i l i o spt'i toi 01 nillioad U- niuu u Uo is never off ago Suntos kneel- Smi thton SM1THTON, Kt ). 19--Air. uttd Mr?. l«oii(flt th»l WHS 'was. ut~noUil!'lJ- I. did for it t h o L r o u h l n IL -mo my, "One" nTght T Ifpurcl ;i m a t f I t - I t a, crotr-l it ptoplp t h a t mo si of t h e iilom.ich trouib!e« w o t o tint* to c a t a r r h : t h a t no / n a t t e r w h a t s y m p t o m s s h o w e d ! n o ocir- w i t h catarrh uar, e v e r .j^olnp In p.' t well u n t i l t h a t c n t i r r h wah o v r r ( o m p . I t peemed K p n i l l - l P , and I Koi. o w o n d e r i n g If ( h a t was w h a t ailed me I t took me a b o u t a m o n t h Phone 890 R O 1\ \*f Phone 889 THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY STARTING, FEBRUARY 20th CARPET 27 Inch Velvet: and Rrussells Caipet The Yard $2.17 $2.75 and $3 Values A high p i j c velvet carpel w i t h all over design c E taupe and rose. HrussellR carpet with bhtck ;inrJ tan r :xly. Mottled Tape .try Stair Carpet The Yard $1.17 Regular $1.75 Value Wn have t h i s carr ?t with or w i t h o u t th bore; ir. Just the carpet for the J a i l aivl siairs , . \pr,\ srui i.\ and durable 1 floor co\prin.j. Printed or In aid LINOLEUM REMNANTS OFF V A L U E S Worth Your Consideration Floor coverings add richness and charm, to th i room if they are properly chosen. Visit Troutman's and receive suggestions for t h e beautifying of your home. Tnke ad- vantagp of the February Hale while the reduced prices are prevailing. Your money will buy more. FELT BASE RUGS »x!2 ('erf;un-t«d Rnp In tan tile patterus with hlnck border 5xI2 Telt liase Heht wcigriit $7.95 $5.95 INLAID LINOLEUM Hen \y-Weicrht 2 Vanls W id!*- Y A R D $3.25 Reg. $5.50 Value Price A n riKsortment if good ns with plain or figured (h'Mgns. An op 'ortnniiy to rot ··. VIT th«i kitcl en. ])an- Iry, or b.-itlirooni at t reahon- able cost , quality inlaid linoleum, heavy weight and discontinued patterns. Specially price;! for t h i s sale. Fxtra charge for laying. Trontninti'i --Second FI««r--\Vi'ht Kooiti. RUGS Fringed Velvet Rugs 9x12 A $29.95 Regular--$35 Value Closely woven with deep pile in colors of taupe and blue. 9x12 · $21.95 Regular---$27.50 Val. A Fringed Velvet Rug with a small all-over pattern ill tan and blue.- Slightly soiled. ^ 8.3x10.0 PfJnped Velvet; $30.00 ' dJOJ Ar Value $L**.«JO x» Fi-inped d»j/» Ar YeJvet, $20 Value iplD.IlD 11.3x12 Axminster RUG Taupe Grouiid With Black Border $39.95 Reg. $47.50 Value A good quality Axmln- stor Rug at this very reasonable price. The beauty of appearance makes the Axminster Rugs specially adaptable for your home or office. Paramount Theatre TODAY -m All Talking Vitaphone BROS. Pres to m i k e tip my m i n d 1!ut t i l l other (Mamiee Uursti e and daughters, f e . i t m e n t s had failed, tuul hi d c i p e m - j ^ » r , , t. . u n r, 1.1 I , t 1 1 0 1 ' f I S - K O d II (1T llffiiTl St W l l i l t WAS fTOOfl Donna, Mlna and M a r t h a , ot Scotttlaie ! f u l 0 l U r r l l ,, e salcl t h c n , W i l 3 I l o t ^^| were guents at ; le hom oit Mrs, i I e t t t t ' \JHAH W o r l d ' s IHirstuie's part tit . Mr and Mrs. Ret-cl | ^°^ le j, ttrKl ^hart j a i t e n _ n o i more t h a n L y n n on Sunday. Sc i-ri of C ' a u t o n , Oiiio, a g u e s t ut t i e home ot s ' i i o n t a . s u d d e n l y j u m p e d I ''* tln-i p K u e u v f the week-end u p u n i t tnll t.'i ' · ' f o p r l i i - CCK.IIHIIIV' for JIM! IllllllltC ' 'Mir I , n u l l , u ul Ml(- In !!/· u " . I I M H I I ,llnl Ujt ' i n i t i a l (Mli MIJ..S l.eona H, pie.' w J r w l n spent , ;lu- w t - t K - t i u l ul Ue hoiut' of her p u r - | i-tii.-,. Mr .uui Mi HI in- l l t p l t r . | . M i . u.ul M i , . A ' i l l i a u , H i o i i t o u u.ul ! I sun, . . - , , , r \ i l l t a m . J i , uf j, ,il t h u li Ull r c l . i t i v i h ul t l u i t i n i ,i!iin'st m a n in t h e big v . t i k e d o v i ? j \ \\iH*ft* aj, "," , ' , ' " " ' , lit i 1 i t i o i h t M i . .11 il M i , . i H o u . O h i o h '1 w . i l k e d o v i ? j to \\hc*r^ u M r . 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XatiiHon "\ \ r,u ol c ; i l m i ! i w e l l n i ^ l i l i n i l i p i l i n . , i u i t,\ v,i",ha of WMi Id's T u n k ( n i t i h In fa to r i s l i I H W o t .d'u T u n l i can lie ! » « · t ' o s t o r e l ' S I M n e i n . n J lioitv !«·»'. nii'illiMiK* " j [ i l l l i l l l M l ' , 1 of j ·'·r a n j - d t h p r t . \ - U I ) - - A l \ , - r - Pat Rooiiey F amily in "The Royal Pair" Vita phone Act and Talking IN civs Reel Admission--Blatiree tO- and 25c--Night lie and 3«"c · · + · · + ORPHEUM THEATRE! 'm- TODAY *m J " i CHARLES (Buddy) t Ta,u j ROGERS! 'n'Half Way to Heaven': With ^ JEAN ARTHUR J Also All Talking Comedy, Movietone Act + and Sound News ^ away ttiusa wnr .it u t t i ' j ; p U i a . Fuller to Seek 'I'oifiu l;n tt-clnir.^-, Sen i (.1 S A L K M , M a s s , Fe-b, l9.--KOrmcr ,ivt- aiiucAiiut-d U K - i l ! o v 3 r n c i r Alvin T. Fuller "fully ex- rn ' I h u r i d a v , Kohi u- . 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