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February 26, 1930

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20, tSSO. THE PAGE SEVENTEEN. Continuous Bloom in the Garden Tl-.e busy h o m e ,w ,er v . ! , w a i i . s a ! 'j-c.id-.'ii c n l ' - r seems to 1 s h t up the f a ' t i i (if bloom iu t'ae ;;;t"'l'"''i or : ivho.'e g a r d e n . The t a l l - - r bor.: ers w i t h o u t , u i". of w o r k c o n - iv !y, f o r s y l h i a f o r t u n e , combines r e e l e d wU.h H can b - . i t d e p e n d u p o n !..:au'. i f u l l y w i t h lilacs. Fi r s y t l i i a sns- the. h.'irdv p e r e n n i a l ; ; w h i c h l i v e f r o m pi asa is lh-- l o w e s t f;row ;\K v f i i i to' yc-ur. A - , v o p . - r ( h'.-ic* o f ' h a s !mu-' s l e n d e r , t r a i l i i v b r u n c h e s . the':* w i l l p r o v i d e a ( . n t i n n - . n . s bloom I n early May Hie . J i t p . i ' i e s e Q u i n c e t h r ' m : h r u ! ' , thr- sea.su P.. :s c o m p l e t e l y covered w ' t h I - is a l m o s t i m p o s s i b l e , of e . i i i r - e , r,raiu"--m! ( l o w e r s , f o l h '.v-d closely t o have a c o n t i n u a l d i s p l a y of c o l o r by th" e v e r - p o p u l a r b r i d a w r e a t h am. all s u m m e r lot-,:; in i d e n t i c a l sp'vs. h o n e y s u c k l e * . L i l a c s ah . cast Uu-ir bul p r o p e r p l a n n i n g of the p e r e n n i a l . s p e l l over t h e s c e n e at th s time. 'I he borders w i l t a f f o r d a siK-tcssion oT t a l l \V. 'ii^-his w i t h t h e i r s emleSK bell - b l o i - m in d i f f e r e n t p . i ' t y i'f fi-. i : : i r d f n . ' ( l o w e r s p f n i r i f , ' a l o n r c he urchins; T h f - a ! t c r ' i o n is tli.-n focused on s o m e c a n e s b r i n u masses of w l . ' l . e , p i n k and p a - . : c u i a r f e a t u r e a' a time.. ri.se t o t h e border in . l i n e . Oliver A n u b ; ini'cmn'.y i;; phinlin.y: w i l l s h r i t ! , ; w i t h w h i t e llmver: nt. this t i m e maUe i! possible foi you to U'M Hie ; are the v i b n r n u m . s , t h e i .ock oranges s a n e g r o u n d s e v t r a t i m e s , l'or ex! a n d i i y d r a i i K t - a A . (I. M u r i n g J u l y a m - l r - , t h a i , p o r t i o n whic.h is a u l o w t h e r e arc t h e lartto 1 "iiHani red wit i t u l i p s in I h e r a r l y spriiv.; may ' bloom.-; of Spirea A n t l n i i y W.-Ueror. l;i.t( r be d e v o t e d t i fray colored a n - , t lie- rose-colored spirca f r o e b e l i and n i; is i n A m ; u s t , a n i l in l a t e f a l l occu- . t h e li-.iud.some f e a t h e r y p a n i c l e s ot plod by Lhe- mri f -;iii(K-e!ii. ( ' h o ' s a n ' l i e - ' s p i r e a sorb-ifolia. m u - n s . A f t e r t h e f l a g r a n t N a r c i s . - u * ' The lar^e, brijrlu. pir. t f l o w e r s 01 h a M - f i n i s h e d blomni'.m the IrU-t.:; w i l l the Rose of Sharon ai ' l l i e color · a k · ihi.-ir place, w h i c h , in t u r n , s'ive .--.;HHS ot' A u g u s t , j u s t ; i l i l a c s a n d \va.- to the A u g u s t Lilies, am! ti-.-y . wol-Jielas a r e of sprint: Tlu-y may mar he f o l l o w e d by H a r d y A s t e r s . also be );ad w i t h w h i d or p u r p l e Flm« % rln£ I'cri'iiiilnls. bloism 1 ;. Arnons t h e ;ito-lloomin" l i e f i . n - t h e p.. r e n n a l season . - . ( l i c i a l - - hrub.s are llydranpoa 1'. C.., and !y ';ens, our -A i i ; ' i r - w e a r \ - l - . - ' a r t s are S y m i t i ' . r i r i c a r p o s v u l c a r i , w h o s e flow- f . l a i l d e i u - d iv t!-.e ·adi.iiu-e ( - f :!u' i vs are f o l l o w e d by du! red berries. ,-nl.l.s a n d H i e i r m . - i i y ! . - ! i : - h i f i l l b u l b S u m m e r K l o n c r h i i r Bulli . and Tubers. oil;. conipan'u:',!--, as w e l l a- the e a r l y - (.Madiolns and dahlia.' fall in t h ; s l i k o n i i i ! « s h r u b s . Thest: b r i : : h f e : i t!i" i ·!»..-· and eacii a r e hi}?! ly prized for K i r - f k - n u n t i l n e a r l y the iml )f May ,nr ( l o w e r s . D a h l i a s an bt rolled w h e n t l i e e x q n i s : t t - i r i s i s b e u i r i , f e l - . u p o n for y. i t f i i e r o t i s s i r - p l y "t" blorcn lov/wl closely by ' b o spletid;)! 1 o f f r e . i i t mU'.sumiiH-f u n t i l ' n i l ! i n n f r o p i s pr-mlen. l-'/veu as v e a d m i r e ;-.nd -:\- ·-''.-' ; n . So (Uv-.-rsilird .re tho t y p e s j o j these, t t i e d"!pl i r i t u t i i s , fo\;:li.v--.- ··!' d . i ! i l i : i . ; t h e r e a r e (I .wprv lo s i l i i an I da.nty c a n t e r b i r y bells a r o d e - ever--.- t a - t e . D a h l i a p - o w i n ^ i« ; e m; ndins; our a l t e i Lion. I'.efore we t ' a s c i n a t i r u : it has In -orno q u i t e a l)a.Ti h a r d l y t i m e So catch o u r b r e a t h / !iobl;y w i t h m a n y panic icrs. t h i h o l l y h o c k s are upon us, t h e n ! h - ' . C l a d i o l a s are conskle: -,-d one. of the phlc-xes,' ( h e h a r d y u;;UT?, and :!ie:i ; : i i e ; D o w e r s for c n t l i n .. I: c u t inu; tho plorioir; l i t i u i e - - l l i e t-hrysanll'.'.;- f a k i n i m l - i o r s when r h f i r s t b u d oi- m i i r n s . '' I1Si ''''·' '·''·'Ik f . ' i i t i n i i e s o Jiovc:r i i n i i ; Theso n r e t h e "lay" p l a n t s t h a t c a n e a c h b u d has o p e n e d . \ V i U i .severa: b e r l t p c n d - - d u p o n f i r f l o w e r s a l l r-ea- ll.nvers o p i - n a t one t i n · « t i n - f t l u d i o l n s o i , and th'.'v m:y be. a u i - ' m ' / n t i . ' l a n d ; becomes one of t h e mo i b e a u t i f u l o! s u p p o r t e d by a h o s t of o t h e r v a r i e t i e s - . ! ilu- (lorn I t r i b e . They i r e . - i l r i k i n p l s Flowerhii: Shrub*. i ''·- e o r a i i i - e ar:d lh- - o l o r K ran.:;'-· Tho s'nru'n l i o r d . - 's can a'.so be a r - ' . ' h r i ' i i - ; h tho sp c t r u m i' the most d t - r a n g e d so t h a t t h e - e w i l l bo con: i n n - i l i ^ h t f u ! shaili-s and con h i n a t i o n s . O I ; H bloom. 'Die l\r~: variety t o b r i u s j H t a l u s a gladieda bn 1) a b o u t six So color to the s h r u b s t h e t o r . y t h i . i , ui e i f ; h t weeks to fb.svev. By p l a n t i n g a w a i c l i t h e r e arc s e ' e r u l types v a r y i n : : fi'-w every week or so t h e m e n n b" in iu-ifdii and h a b i t of j.-rowth. provided ;i source c: h i s The ( l o w e r s a p p i a r in e a r l y s p r i n K . ' ! " « ( ' C ;'oi- c o n : i a i i o i ! n c ittin;:. br Core. !he leave;;, .uul tin ir t - u a s h i n y . LAR DAYS | A THURSDAY JTfc TfV% jfJ - _ . _ T ctOCH February -I OO arid 28 ^ ^ Our Super Special Street Frocks 2for '. 4 4 4 4 4 ^ Sinrrl new spring styles iu luiwesi p r i n t s und broadcloths. I J e a u i i f u l J y ( r i m m e d . A l l sizes and ox- t r a siios. 1'legular $1.95 values.. Ladies' New Spring DRESSES $985 $ 8 5 Girl's Dresses 2 for. D i m i t i e s , d o t t e d sw a n d p r i n t s . I n every ne stylo and .shade. Sixes 1! to 11!. Just firrivetl In time for this Dollar Day Sale! Dozens of new I 'resses in fashion's newest modes. ( 5 corbel tos \vitli lace trim, prints in cheerful colors, crepes in i h t ncv : Spring shades. All arc stunningly slylfxl. Si/sea 1-1 to 44, Extra sizes to 52. Plaid E'«lankets T!e vy w-c-ii-ht. Ko.tx- ii 1 f i r valiio ?l.. r iO each l.nriff! a f f o r t - IIUMII of colors. 2 for $1.00 Mohawk Pillo\v Cases Sizn ru;X'!£ inchws, Mwlti of fiiif.'Ht quality pillow tubing. 3 For $1.00 J15.00 to $40.00 WINTER COATS .75 $ 10 .75 li]nire re naining stock of ladies' fur trim- n\dd winter c ats sacrificed at these three low prices. All s( yles, all shades, all sizes. Our Super Special Work Shirts ^ for Heavy -weight, b l u e j cbambray shirts. Triple stitched, two pocket style. Well made. Regularly valued at 1.00 each. Wash Suits 2 for Oliver Twist wash suits n a large assortment of styles and shades. All 5izes. Regularly $1.00 mch. TRUCK DRIVERS ISunner-Up in \7omen's Fla. Golf Tournament 4 4 4 4 4 FOR OVERLOADINfi: S ( a « iriirlnvay r a t r ^ J m a n F i n d T H O o! !." N e a r M u u n t HIGH SCHOOL NEARLY READY .WOI.'NT IMJ'lAS.wNT, Feb. 2i. S l a t o I T i ' ^ h w a y r a t r u i n i e n U e n j a m l u Wil- |-:uii« and J. (.'. F i r i c k f . - r y*'«('rd;iy H i)i|)cd d r i v e r s o ir I r u c k H a^ t h e y c une d o w n tho m o u n t a i n and had i ho t -licks u-ol^hod ;it i h: p l a n i n g m i l l r -itli-K to set) il' th -y '.vere o v e r w e i g h t , ( i f t b « i n t w o w e r e f o u n d o v e r w e i g h t . \Villianr.-' mado a n i n f o r m a t i o n a . t a i n s t I - r a n k I x u i d y . chili idnK b i m w i t h over- 1 - a l i i i K bis t r u c k , uid Jic \v;w f i n e d :r-")0 n n d cw.lfi. l i r i c k c r mad n n i n f o r m a - 1.on against Tex dy .Maslowtiki ot \ V h l o POM torn c\ l i e was lined ^. r ii) and (i:t;t^. I'.otb : ise; were heard before Justice, of th; I'e.tce K r a u t : K k i i e r . Mrs. A « u o s D i l . u c a . 7(1 years old. of Miupe street: l i s ' l ;it her home ye.ster- :uy. She is s u r v i v e l by her h u s b a n d , Mlch;w."-l T)(!.,tivi. mil the f o l l o w i n g ' {hildrei!.- fba.rlei . Heaver Fn'.U;: Mn-s. j M a r y SpiiH-lla ami :\lr.;, I ' M i x a l u - l h C o s - j labile, Mount r ! e : s a n r ; Mrs. (,o:vi^i Ciismondi. N'e\v Y - n - k : C a r l , at. home: one s i s t e r , Mre. :.t:cy lie;.;:i. an 1 O:H lin.itlK.-r. Knit; S u b . - r o s i \ both of M o u n t j ' l c - a s t i n r . ' Tin- f u n e r a l ^ v r v i c o w i l l b:: h e l ^ l ; Tbuividiiy m ' r i i i i i ; v at .It) o'clock, a' St. . U e r n t i d i n o V U u l i a n C - h u r c b . w i t h Rev, A. Di Santo in du.W. I i i f e r t i i e u t w i l l l o l l o w in tho St. .iosepliV C e m e ' e r y . Work is ijeint,' ;: ipiUy c u n i i ' b ' t e d on t h e R a m s a y llh'j! School, t h e li'i'.i. j i l i n u t i - tonche,; l i ^ i t i ^ p u t o n a n d i h v ; ' u r n i f i i f e plticl. \ Y l i i l o t l i e c o n - : u n o 'I over lh' l u i i i l i n s : it. i-: t ! t : n i - h ; but he w i l l do t h i s w i t h i n a few da}*.. The c o n c r e t e . ; d i - - - u l k i ; h a v e been pur. down a m i t h u - cr-ncr-jto around t i n - Girl's Unlonsuits 4 for lUbbed u n i o n H u i t s. (It od q u a l i t y , u-ell made. R. g u l a r i y v a l u e d at 95c ea ··.·.ii. NEW SPRING HATS $1J»0 $1.75 JL -- - At "~" Smart new felts, straws and combinations in'every desirable new style. All headsizes for misses and matrons. i Children's Hats 19c Boys' Suits In assorted shades n K! styles. Regular- 1 r valued to ?10.0Q. $1.00 Men's Pajamas AVell made pajamas regularly valuel at $1.50 each. In wanted ehadee. 2 Pr. $1.00 4 4- 4 Windo\v Shades F ret grado. (iroon and chamois nhartc-H. JU?j!ulir 7. r it: valuer, 3 for $1.00 Traveling Bags i n K baps in a si'/.o. Wt-H made. Black o n l y . $1.00 The Mos Stupendous Sale of Sales SUITS TOPCOATS OVERCOATS Boys' Knee Pants 2pr Well made. All sizes Light and dark shades Regularly priced at $1.00 per pair. 4 Girl's Winter Coats J.-]ntire stock, Suedines, buckskins, chinchillas and eloUi coats. All colors and sizes. 18 .50 Included a 'e new Spring Suits and Topcoats. In the season's rin .st successful styles. All are well tailored o£ px(«lle it materials. A sixe to fit everyone. Regularly valu id at $20.00 to $38.50. Men's B. V. D's Nationally advertised at $1.50. All wanted elzea. (limit) $1.00 Leather Palm Gloves Men'a oanvas work glov-as with leather palm. Very ^poeial. 5 Pr. $1.00 Men's Dress Shirts 500 new sprtng patterns, Plain, colons, white*, figure* anrf^ chocks. Collar attached styles. 87c STORE 44* 4^ 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4- 166 West Crawford Ave. Z. Melnick, Prop. Comiellsville, Pa. l i e was on the first Connll«viUc High School tiiiin ever lo win a sections! I ijoiijuiiil. 'lUiy has hirf outlit all peppi-xl | u;i aiKl t a l l of t-onlKlenct.- tor the | l ; i l l i i . ! « * * In tlH! liiKil game of the wrKt! un- j n t i a l J y ."ihi.veil Ijetvvcivn biirfliethall I t.i'ai!:ii of Pitt iii(l Carnegie Tech laiU [ i i t L - l i t , the (i)ldon P a n t h e r s made a I i-l«ni sw.H!| v / i t h u t h i r d victory. Tho ·· -ore wa.j -17-22, lli« Pitt attack being too iiiui'l' for tlio Tartan d-efc'ii.sc. I CUMBERLAND COLTS i SIGN NINE PLAYER* ! FOR 1930 CONTISTS CUMiJKJlLA.NIJ, Mil., Vol. 2(- -Nine pliiyem are u n d o r nontraet. for trialsi w i t h the C u m b e r l a n d CoM« team sf t h e ; Middle A t l a n t i c League for th 19301 Miss Virginia Van Wie, of Chi- eago, who was def.-ntcd by Maureen Oi-cutt, of Kn-rlewood, N. J., in the. final match c t" the Women's .State G o l f i n g Uh: mpionships at 1'alm Beach. Had Miss Van Wie won slic would h ivc taken the Kolil challc.nge cup. which she had won twice prcvicuy. y. Miss Oreutt 1'ubHeatl in Goi-s On. i f i l e - i b ; ; ' - l t « . ' 0 in Flo: i i ! ; i o! ; M. A. K!:\s of th » l l o l a r y C l u b , th" j hnat )l( , r Chicafro competitor on oflH'iul Hoiary p;;por, "Coli Smoke," , . i h e twentieth hole. w i l l be publishc by t h e s-t-i:ret.iry, ! . . \ViUhim H. G r i t l l t i . i I » . * T . _ . ( t t .. . . . . ' th-o da!.o for tho c v o r y - r i e m b ^ r · iva^s In t'i(» H.;-UrikMi J ' f e i - J i y i c r i u t i ] SPOUTS (UJ A M N G S Now t h a t [be vim- us W. P. T. A. Church. Dr. \V. A. '.Mareh w i l l bo ; '-' a g u i - t-xictloiis have i-o n c 1 ud-id Ibeir c h a i r m a n of t l y i iinvaris. \. v.irioiw schedules:, then. w i l l be · n i i n u ' r o u s "local" -ontf-slti to be ; | i i a y e i l before t i i o iiuloor tseuson I'onKrrnu'ii 1'rolrst riaiir". ; ) , - n i a U y en/It--. Mour imo. n i l o.vo.s-\vill O N T A K U 1 . C'»1 i f . , Ke!. i' W h e n , I,,- t o u a t - d M n - T i t l e H .-ies : a r i U t b i i r g . p i a i H ' M I I v low o ''·'·' O n t a r i o i \ t i l f v y , * * ' Viird.-', he!;.s i l i u s ; t h e m s e i v i o : ' ; ; a i t i h ! C o i i ! ' . e l i s v i i l ! f a n s a r e j u j l l u i s f o r I ' h i v ' i i t ' i y a r d L e : u ; V . o t ' e n i - o u s l n s 1 N o r l h C n i o n T o w n s h |i l i i ' ^ h School to d f i i l l i , and r i ' - u l t ii!.; in .-..--rif'tw i i . - i v i a d H - --(...in.-, t h r o a - h " in ' ic o t i e n i u ? y i t u , 0:1 e.cs; ; - i r « i a . - ! ! i - ; i . T h o h e n s h a v e . o f t h e te;u:ue i i ; i . r, ( -jes o n T h u r - d i i y e v e n st-'i'V 1 '"'' ' ; l v '·" '" " o t i i e i-.i: ! ':u;s'c.s, i-.': f :bt i n r . t ! . - b u v ^ . ' I h e K a y o U e e o i i n - - m-i'or.-!:t:-j; '" ! ' : ' ·!)!! r y m e " . v'':i- i i a v e ;..i.-:,; iin.H'l N e w C a ^ 'e, conoidc-reii n I ' l ' - ' M ' r l e u ,i i: a i IH ; M^vi"'.'!'. l''ic ,«l c;'^!*-:..;. j i o x v o r i n l t'o* 1 . Kay \\\'!r.h, cuiL.-h al flviiifi i n t l i ' - v n n i i t y . j . V o r t i i Cnion, is a C i n i i e i t s v i l l e boy. FORFEITS WILL BE The eight f r a n c h i s e h«l[«r« in tho Miilillo A t l i i n t i c ; Ijoasue w i l l post their forfeits not l a t e r t h a n A p r i l 1, according to .President K l m e r Al. J)ailey. Each club i« lo secure a $l,r00 bond which is to ini'iir-o the team'ij comiikitioti of ( h o schedule. Sc:ott.il:ilo, J e a n n e t t e , C h a r l e r o i , Cum- iK'rlund, J o h n s t o w n , Clarksburg, Fairmont a i d W h e e l i n g are. t h « eight en- i r i r a \vhli:li w i l l get oft to a pood start ; r t h e " : .!'.'!() ln'vi! nn Priday ai't'-rnoon, May 11, \vit.li a p i t r o i i r i a l o ceremonies a t a i l of lil e homo iiarkr'-. si'.:0,H)rt t'ru'oil for Parks. N K \ V Y f l H K . Kcli. L'li.--A ?20,000 lo.dm'.nv for m-'W p a i ' U s and p a r k w a y i.'X!t-n:-;i( us in N e w Y o r k C i t y , a d o p t e d Iiy !!:' i i i i - i r o p - j i i i j i n c o n f e r e n c e on i i a i ' U ^ . -.'.aw m a d e p u b l i c last n i g h t by i h e par v association. The- I i K t i n c l u d e s J o h n n y I- vet.eran ii.rst saelu-r who has.])!«: Ihe- UobbinH for eight yeara, an- liam "Chip" Holiuick of WayiK Pa., veteran outlkikler and i) formerly of Fairmont and rankii ond in the most va l i a b l e playt tcKt for two years. I Other* are: Ivact .Lioljerman, d e l p h i a , ind SwaiiBOii. Smith, M o u i t t a i n , N. C., infiolders; Duk- Pilot Mountain, N, C., m!fie!ii C l a y t o n Fulk, Miami Beach, Fla. C, Uharitty, AHoona,. P«.., Jo IxMighran, West Springfield, Ma: John Far to, c;anoiitsl)Hi% p Gharitty and U)Uf-vhra_n are le-Ct. pitchers. Duvo Black, veteran keyeton* d i a n , i« expected to sign bol j o i n s f o r s p r i n g t r a i n i n g . del for Wil- iburg, tchcr, 5 ijoc- · c-on- f'hila- Pilot i Wall, r, and Glenn n R. 3., and .cbei-H. lan-d-ed guar- re he COLONIAL FURNITURE SOUGHT TO FURNISH CUSTIS, LEE MANSION By U n i t e d Prens. WASHINGTON, Fel). 2G-- Major Gkin- crul :.tohn I/. DeWitt, (luurterraaftter genorut, wants enough authentic Colonial f u r n i t u r e to furnish two-thirds of th« Arlington, Va., maueion formerly occupied by the Cxietis and L»ee famlllee. C-ongrcfiis directed restoration of the mansion w h i c h ie locatorl iu Arlington National Cemetery overlooking th« Potomac and the Lin col a Mem-oral and 'I'hrwilened 'lYiurliers Qiil . WKHT HJ'JLJ'XN'A, Ark., )-'nl). 1 i--The f a c i l i t y of 1!) m e m b e r s and S irverin- t o n c l e n t (.icorgo Ci'om.vell o! West i H e l e n a H i g h School r r s t g n t last . n i p h t in p r o t e s t to t h r e a t s all gerl to ' S i a v e Uoen marln ajraiim Crom -'ell hy i L a w r e n c e ilrown, l a t h e r oi! tv o girls who had been disciplined. Faint Wo carry a full supply of Roofing Paper, 18 and 36 inch. Hoof Taint All Kinds. Shingles Consolidated Coal Supply Co. P h o n e 15 «ul 1700. Washington monument on the opposite side o£ the river. Siifficiont desirable furn.itu.ro lias been donate* to Turnish one-third of the houses. VVbilo some difficulty hi.s been encountered in obtaining ]l«-3ce used in the honi-e during occupancy by the Cu«tis and I-ee families, DeWitt ha« ruled that only originals o: the proper period may 7e placed the re. Eacli piece will be taggei with, 'he name o( the donor. Champion OHA'MiPIQiN, Feb. 2C.--)ate (.Jeacy, .so-ti of Mr. aad Mrs. Ak-x Cioary of Uonring Run, is iil with m-sisles. Mr. and and Mrs. J. Howard Bark- Icy and daughters, spent the week-end at tho home of Mr. ami Mis. Karkley's parents. Hol-eu Ruth Singo, irifa'it. daughter of Mr. ari'd Mrs. David Jingo, was buried on S u n d a y a f t e r n o o n in Calvary Cem-etcry. Tho fin oral service was lick) at the County 1 ino Church, contlu-etc.tl by R-o-v, J. C. 15eahm, as- si.stccl by Rev. John M. G i a r y . Tho ro.vival m-eo-tiugs th it the boiling condurtod at tlio Thivid.s'.own Jivan- selk'al C-hiircli by Rev. IJarg^lt of N-ew York a.re a.ttraiotinK lav^o crowds (rvcry 5'veniriK. . .1. "'. Be-ah'in niado a bu; inf.-s calO to t'niont.Dwn Alontlay. Tho C o u n t y J-ine Sin day School rendered special niiisii: 01 Wednesday e v e n i n g at. tho Davisto-vn C h u r c h . Tho foHowing progivim -fas prosen-t- o d : Quartftt. J. C. Heahri, Mr. Horn, .M.i'B. Kern and i'Mith J v - h r ; quintet, Florence bolir, Cbrios 3eahm, Vor- n.ico Saylor, Otis Saylor and- Oayle( Obo-r; d-ueit, Orpha Hosteller and Kvxv lya Hosteller; solo, 13(Iith lxbr. · Howard Barkley, Oacar Lohr, W. O.i Darltl-ey, Charles Beatwn and Omortj Itorld-ijy, motored to Uudoatowii lasfci Saturday. They were joined lioro byl JamcA liarkJey, enroute to tho chlokeiij farm of Christ Baiker, whi;h is aboutf a mile out of IJnkraio'wn. Ohiopyle OHIOPYLB, Feb. 26.--Mrs. Martha. Dean and daughter ot Somerset w^ro' recent visitors in Olijopyle. Joseph Bars of Bidwell was a bum-*, ue.ss caller in (own Tuesday. Harry Tissue of K u u f m u n a WTXE an visitor in town Tuesday. Mrs. L. Phalen returned to hor homu at Hrownsvillu Monday after a, pleasant visit spent, in Ohiopyle. J, A. I r w i n of I'lttstourg was a. w e e k end visitor in Ohiopyle./ Wild Life Bread Line. GLAC'lfc'Jl I'ARK, Mont., Feb. 26-The government's "breud lino" in. CJliieior Park has been one of the most p o p u l a r animal rendezvous in t]n Ilocky Mountain reRion. Hero it wat that, hunger reduced a n f t n a l n ot all kinds to common level; here U. was t h a t internecine strife- was forerono hi tlio de.sire to obtain food. Among t.Jm p a t r o n s of the (rovermncnl. dole w r r i v wfis.Kf.lf.. mink, crows, bJiK; jnyfi, mountain uneei), deer, bear, mappi^; and other birdfi and animate. Classified Adwrtlsententg When pkieed in the oolum-us o? Courier bricg results,

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