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WKDNTCSDAY, MARCH ,"., .15)30. THE DAILY COURIER, C JNNELLSVILLE, PA, PAGE ELEVEN 1 , Fashions S u p p l y Chic Aocontir.g C'ont.r«fts by By FRANCES PACKT Copyright, 1930, by Sty'e Sourooe XRW YORK, March 5- Many clothes discrc ions h a v e he-^n adandonod in | :!ii« p l r a R i i n t fashion MT and con- i i n n i » : i i t n Kfiy x«'^t for n o v e l t y i n « l i f e m i n i n i t y i n t o r p r i n p : (scasonn. K u f - Hfv; jiiwl flonncos, n\inni-ot.-i, hoioron | and I x r t h a H r i p p l " alo\it tho . l i l h o n o t l e ' in a y c h r - m p of f i l n l x j r a l i o n w h i c h tvU i I l i o n u l i l : n t i n t - t l y modcrni/.«'! conn's i d o w n to tin f r o m periods in vvliii'h ·.vii\\oii Uxikc-fl moro liko L ' h r i s t t n m j ' t rr-os 'him proplo. | V.'hi'o in tho c t i r r f l n t u p p r p n U i t i o r i | of -what styt' should or nhonkl not ! p r r r n i i , ono cannot j u s t i f y t)i' % pillnt: j of "r»V(ryt,h!n« but tho k i i c h r u s t o v f " ; nn one p e r s o n a l i t y as t h o y dii! in tho , COM| -ilrl ilnyrt. It. is q u i t e - .1 rn a ·/. i n i; '. l o real U P hosv o r t i r n l a t o t h o a c c n ; - porip.-; havo hocorno in a r a t h e r h r i o f p e r i o d , how conppirnotii-Uy t h o y nv.vy [ lo!r,in i'f a c o s l i u n e , IKHV j u ' H o r t i v o ; UK y may ho in color accent or in t h e o x p r o s i o n u' s t y l o novelty. · S i n i t ' . f a s h i o n rocoirni^o,! th!i; mool ' Lay den Again Director of State Tournament to Select Best "Five? 9 Dtiqui-sne Football Coach Socking Pa, Team for National Tourney o' cm s p i c u o U H vpForw''.i ;\n! cos- mine. 'Teuton! are- c o m p e t i n g i n t h e i r . e x p l o i : a l i o n h y r o ' . a t i n s t h e m t o t h e i i - j m o s t effp-cliv" nuxU-1?. i: i* w i t h o u t ; qni'fil.ion a season in w h i c h the a r c e s - ; r;ory f h o i i l d he- r a l d hu;:i. 1 Kvo-y t T t y l e i n t e n t i o n a p p o n n ; t o ; m a k e t h n ircs-.= s.ry a c c e n t e m p h a t i c r a t h e r I h r n t o r n h d u o :' i i n - i 1 ·( i'- ' I'a d o i n t o t h o c o s t i n n e p u ' t n r e . [11 ; e w e l r y . t h o a t t e n t i o n r.-r-tl in.n ' M i i a H l · i reveal-Til in the h e a v y n e c k - · if t h e c o u r t j e w e l r y t y p o w h i l e , ,'S N i v e the- c h a n d e l i e r p e n d a n t ; T h e g r e a t ^tonv w h i c h a r e ; · · · n r r i o . l a b o i ' t tlie- c l u s t e r f i of ivoadr' or ; - e i n i - I ' i - e c i o n K n e c k , s i m i t a r rliiHtered | t r e a t i r n ' n l s in heavy Uraeele-ts. isoiue of j w h i c h are w o r n in the ovenin;; as well j an for *port*. a t t r a r t th-e eye h e f o r n , t h e c o s t u m e has made its i m p r e s s i o n , j The- i-olovtf and fabrics ol' handhiips j Kivo- t n r - m a n Importance w h i c h ' h o y d i d n f ' t h n r - w w h o n tho fashion w a n to ilemure-ly match t h e coetuuie,. lace.-; . e a r r i n n n a l i t ; PITT iBOTtGH -- Elmer head To i t b a l l cwich find director of a t h l e t i c - at Duquean« University, who Kt one on Lho track n n d at tiiisknlb i l l for Notre Damn, In add i t i o n t o havlne been f u l l b a c k o f K r u i t e Rocltne's f a m o u s "Four J-1ors«m -n." will strain Street th-» I'l-ntisylvanla State Catholic High School Basketball T o u r n a m e n t lu-re or M a r c h 6. 't and 8. Th-j w i n n i n g tiMLfii w i l l bo sent as P e n n eylvanl: 1 . representative to the national t i - u r n a m e n t In Chicago. Iji.st -L-aj- the t«irn of t)ie North C f t t h o l l t hle! school of lihln w.-.s t h e official rf p r t W M i t n t l v e to Ixiyola U n i v e r s i t y of Ohlc.-'iro I n the national tourney staR-od h e r n f r o m March JO to 2 4 . A l t o o n n (I'a.) Catholic hlfili school d x p t u r c - - I t h o r u n n e r - u p t r o p h y . ' H I A N S I.KAO enough. Philadelphia t o o k t l t "Moat V a l u a b l e Player" a w a r d n a d d i t i o n to placing two men on t h i A l l - T o u r n a m e n t team aelectet! NUvllum. of North Catholic, w: n adjuilifttd tho mi»Ht v n l u - ablH bn iketeer In tho competition hold In Itluft grmnafllutn at Du- qui-sne University here. M o r e t h a n 4 0 irophlcB n n d awards ire to be (riven to tho con i c n c l l r i B hltrh school team t h i s yiwt- I n t h e itccond annual t o u r n a m e n t to avlc'-t tho Pi'iin.iylvanlri mato C a t h o l l i I l l s h School chiumplon. ("atholU tcnin. 1 ' from t h r o u g h o u t ;!)·· 'i';i " w i l l participate III th" t l l m l n a t ions aud Duqueane U n i v e r - sity air horltlua In chorso of tli-i content are m a k i n g arrangement.! 10 awii re t h e m an IntercBtln): r i t t s h u i q;h visit In addition to prod i i c l i i K i keenly contested tourna- menl- SELF-POISONING IS FATE OF HUNDREDS .Hnnj Have Narrow Escapes I ' r o i u Death or Disability r , · - v - t v i T ; : , . . N :\ s u r e iwans of . , ( , - . i r n ' ··' "M''-. -·«"'. T h e r e arc Injn- I v r - . i ^ ,'r~,|.-.itli.-= i..u-!i yc-ar f r o m Its evil · r r . i t - :i:-.il m a n y w h o t o r a tltno ·*IMIW; t h a t fat'; live- on dlaxblixl. Con- l : p , t ; i - i n w l i n r i I t lasts I n n p . w i l l rosult n t'ai- ! n v a k i . t ' ' W t i of s o m e orfran of th« . f K l y - I ' l i t i * n f t e n several, a n d c v e n t u i l ' . y ' i n ( t i s n - h i J l t y a n i l d e a t h . Cases a r o w ) i c r : h l l n d i i f s s has rrsulteU ;« l . c l i e v t - d t n ' t n y at t'nc -''0- · s t n k o s " a n j t h e rr.-sult o f t l i c c.'f tin- bowi-ls to e'.car away tho ,\ ,i:-tc;- of tho boly. \A\-f · a r . f l l ; ! i l r i e y T i m e s - -.a" i n i c r l i t s This t ·year hs chalrmo a t h l e t i c ·Coach - t o u m a n praduat «-Tecutl% d n n ha yrill bo : ournament committee thin s R e v . John F. Oodwcll. n ot Ptiquesne University council aa chairman. -*Tdcti Is director of tJii ent and John D. Ilplahan. i nianntfer of athletics In i secretary. Director Ijfty i announce*! that enlrie*i eceived from leading Catb- "Kliher Imyrteii, fullbach af fam- tms "l'\«ir llorscttK-n". wlwx is l« ctiArgo of toiinwincnt to pick reran" HylTiinUv's Ixwt bitflketlwUl squawl few Chicago classic. olto hlgrh school baaicelball teomii from all parts of Pennsylvania, Tha All-Tournament team taf, laat yoar waa compoaod of th« f o l l o w l t i K : Forwaril--Gregorta, St, Gabrkda, Haznlum. I'a. PorwarU--Home, Nortii CaOioUo, riillatlelplUa, I'a. Center--O'CVmtvor, .St. Joseph's, \Villiainspt«rt, Pa. Ouartl--Mnliiim. Nortli Oatholte, I'hIUidclptila. I'a. Guard--Irwln, Alloona OatholVv Altoora-.. I'a. Tha "Sportsmanship Cup" glY»n by the Notre Dame c l u b wua won by 3t- Joseph'-i hlfch school of Oil City, Piu In last yesu-'o competttlcKi. Sacrod Heart Hljrh School waji: chosen the best I'lttsburph t««.m ; and Sanaono, of Iho Duq»e«iio Preparatory School, was select*'! as th« best PlttsburRh player. JncldcntAlly, "Subly" Irwtn, of AHoona Catholic Hltfh School who, mus plckcrl ofl nji All-Tournament frxiard Is now occupying a rc»rnla.r berth on tho DuQuasae Unlvertdtji Nebraska Bankers Seek Guaranty Fund Repeal k n . m i l rt ^ . T - n u h l r - j i jira m a n y s u v u s u a l l y - - t h n dl- ;u";,aU!n. Whatever ;hc t f f e c t t t i o most. · i H ' i n l n s r nf the blood · A y i n t T n i ; i t t i v r . , , u l ' l I m v a a ntitunO, .-j:-:r t ; v i c i pa^h d a y . U n l e s s ' r r - r I' ' sJi.i ~' ; t '·' T ^ - . f - f f i ; rn i ^ is :-'--i'^'-" t^ ^ cor i . f r f i l K ' \ v i n i r i - : i ' - : . mp.il. 1 lies*, t ' l - c i i r , ) i o a ' . t ! i i n a l w a y s In dsxnitir. \ V h - ( ! c v r r n f l a y I s mi.iscil. t h e d a n g e r -.-. , i r u - ' v N e K l i ' C t of t h i s i m p o r t a n t i i n . c t i r n i s r u r i r i l n r ; a ncodlc-S!) r i c k . ( !i-r K t i p a U ' , 1 p o r v p i o s i I i n u K l n i t placfr T h o l r l a i t h I n thosn v i o l e n t , c a t h a r t i c s T h a i r i a l l y forco t h e i r w a y . mie.su 'lo · i . - ' t r c : n o v e t J i c eaus^. T l i c y o n l y r e ' ; f \ - i i ; s y m p t o m , a n d t h e i r c o n t i n u e d · i .- is n Itself rtangcroue a:il w i l l f o r m ., i r i M t t h a t w i l l r e q u l r u lan:pr a n d ' T i r K R r los«-s t o h a v o a n y p f f c r t . T r c a t n i n n t s ' l O x U d c o n r i ' . ^ t o f a m o d i c l n o t h a t w i ! L n P t o r o t h e t o n e o f the b o w e l s , - o o t h e away t h e c n t a r r h a ! c o n d i t i o n s ' ! , a t u r n p r e s e n t I n r u n a t l p a t i o n , a n c l r p f T t i i r f t h o n a t u r a l a c t i o n . Wor^l'-'i T o n i c I K l n t t i n i l c . 1 t o h « l p a c - f o m p l i i h t h i s . Tho:i;:a!Hl.-i inivo t o l d o f i t - , r n i a r l d i h l o stiro-.-is I n t h i s l i n o . W h r t K - v r r y o u r b o w e l s ar no-. ac.'tinft :«: t l i « " s h o u l d , or w-»tcn':vcr y o t i in.'ikn u p y o v r r n i r n ! t h a t y o n w i l l n o l o n i r c r !«· ,i v ' ' M m of t h i s l n a t h s o ' T H tmd i l a n - 1,-rroos ' - o n d i t i o n , HO« v . h i i t W o r l d ' s T . - n i f w i l l d o f o r y o v i . f t ni.'iy In- o D - · . ' i . i r i - r l n ? ( ' ' U i ;u % l i H v i l 11 1 l » r u : c f ' i.. 'M* ' t : i n y of I T :lr.it. i'laB3 d r u g s ! " r c f A - . " , l ' , l A ' i \ i l I · :"· t n c n t. Everson i n - i ; i w . f t v . A v a l o r I'iireal M r o w n MiVrt . M i c h . , iionu'* K n c l a . (icoi' place, sonieti Hospit. r " s i d ( i ' h e ho IISO.V. March -'· - - M i f i s I ' l i n i n i i . Inn-; I'cturiM.i! to h o r hotno licri' ; o i ] ( ! i n « a wpck in Cr' onshnr.tr !;iicfil. -·!' -hot- b r o t h e r and si.sli.T- Mr. and Mrti. Charlt's S m i t h . H a r r y Swhris-t :ind c h i M r c n o f ; art- (he fftift-vta of (he f o r m e r ' s I ;. Mr. a n i l Mrs. G r u n t O r b i n o f ! .street. I A t i t o n e t t n J'onMni oC D N n i i t . I is t s i K ' t n l i n i ; s-onu'time at the [ f her f j r a n d o m W i t ' f , Mrt«. Joseph i i i;' ' f u l l y , f o r m e r l y of t h i ^ who !IMH poen a j i a t i i ' i i t f o r IH in tho G o v e r n m e n t X u v a l : U ;il. P h i l a d e l p h i a , and mnv a - t of I ' n i o n t o x v n \n r ii-.i! ini; a t : mo of h i s tuoUii'i- here. | [/Ii.VCOI.-N', Nob., March fn--Ncibra;- ka istato bankers grroanlnpr under tho burdo; of paying: assessments t o tho state d«ixHttor»' poara.nty fun.-i trorn. whic i d-ejKisitors «t failed stata banks are to lx paid, ar« bcxpeftU \ ne-w ck-al w i l l IH» given til a special session ot tho Nebraska leglslaturo that conve ied hero today. And -vv-lu n the, legislators bar* corc- pleted th«T work, it Is oxpc-.-tod that. Nebraska vlH bo in Lho list of thos? staUw \vhi 'It liav-o t-riod unil foun i w a n t i n K a g u a r a n t y f u n d act hy whic i s t a t e 'Imn.k JPS pay a.s.-vcflsments i n t o . L coirwuon. f i n d from wlvlch dopoitor »£ failMi i an-kB aro .paid. First N w Vcurk tried th© sysrtort about KM) .-oarvs ago, but rep'aled Lh » law in oijj tit ycxu.s; t h e n in tho 'Mi i century th « p l a n was tried in K a n s u - , Oklahoma, T-x:i3. W a s h i n g t o n , Sort i Dakota, at' 1 South Dakota v / i t h ropea 1 f o l l o w i n g ifler b a n k f a i l u r e s l»M\iiiid so nuni-or- us that tho a.ssc:-;snu-nt-f i'ailc-d to J oop tho g u a r a n t y f u n d out of tho roi . M i w r w a i p p i it. the o n l .· s t a t e , out: irle of N V b r n * k a , t h a t h a - i not rc-pcal -d iVv g u a r a n t y f u n d la-w. Now -\"o r a « k a harik'.-rs aro f a r o i w i t h a I-U 000,('00 do-licit in lh« fnnc., and tho la A" l i a a txicoino inoporativ-j s i n c e r n o r - - t h a n SOJ V.anktM-n liav · hroiwht si it to enjoin tho stato Iron U'vyin.i; tli special asf.essmo-nts of o n e - h a l f o OIK* -per c e n t a n n u a l l y o i t h e i r aver-.go k-posits to pay the d.- Ik-it. W i i i ' i l n i ; thoir i;iiit i n t h o d i p - t r i e t . cour , t h i state, bankers wor i-d-vornod i i t h e N e h r a s k a M i p r e n i - c o u r t a n d now t h e y h a v e !ilMl notio that Ihey w i l l t a k e tho feht ti.t th i i'X'dRral Si p r c n i o ('onrt. \V).on t l · · S t a t e S u p r e m o Court d-e- c i s i c ' i wa; a n n o u n c e d u p h o l d i n g t h · c o n M . u u t i o l a l i t y of the iH-peclal iiHsons- inon'.s, ap i r o x l i n a t e l y a do/en .slat· b u n k s n a t i u i a l i z c d a n d about a tlo/o-i tnori f i t i k ' i . A t ono time t h e r e WCIM 1 . 0 L 2 state b a n k s i n N e b r a s k a ; toda..- Printed Pussy Willow ME ces Charming Frock ther-o -ar« «.'!."!. Prom January ;t, 1H11, when the euiiranty tutu! act. lca,rnc operative, to February 5, t!)^9. there woro addotl aii-pri'Simately 7f nior« bank fallunrs and a l r e a d y t h i s yw nioro than A dozen have failed, to make tho failurcvs approxitruUoly H75 t i n d e r tho g u a r a n t y f u n d ant. The proatest inortaity r a t e was from J « n nary 1, IS-^, 1 !, to J a n u a r y 1, 1939. When 237 suto hanka failod. "A careful analywi."- of tho bankitis s i t u a t i o n of N'ebniHUa and of thr t."nitMl States discloires tho fact that in NohraAka alone oC all tho states ifl t h r r e »i tenden'-y away from ttie etaie systoni," .kivernor A r t h u r Weaver said in a n n o u n c i n g :all of a ppe-rial sesaiou to deal with b a n k J i i f j ,!r-fil!omB. "H is tho d u t y therefore. , f t h o legislature to correct t h i s sill n a t i o n w i t h o u t delay." The -governor JNIK proposed th-at in place of tho guaranty f u n d act a plan very similar to tin South Dakota system bo substituted Thf* ivrovidos t h a t instead of t h o banlier.s 'ixiying as.sw ; s- inont-a to i\ goiK-ral H i n d f r o m w h i c h depositors of failed banks aro paid, each h a n k would creato a r^florvo of its nvn hy payin.i: into tho K t a t e t r e a s u r y t tiree-tenth!-- of one iwr cent a n n u a l l y n it;; av.-raj;o rt«jx;its u n t i l tho .sum oquaJs the capital Block of tho b a n k . Thon in ca. l ;i- t.hat. bank fallod, tho diT-pJisiu'irs would reo^iv^ t'lio roKorvo f u n d . To aid in p a y i n g Lho ?2fi,000,00() deficit, Governor Wo.ivi-r urojiosod IJuit. tho iooplf vote on th^ni«olv«-s at. tho n-e.xt oloclion an $s,'mo,00(» a p p r o p r i a - tion t h a t would 1 ho paid out of a general p r o p e r t y tax over n [x-riod of yca.r.M. T h o b a n l t ( ; r s m n s t p a y ( h e i r share, w i t h an assof'-monL of t.wo- lonlhfi of o i i - i e r i-ent. a n n u a l l y on Uioir depo.sits for 10 yearn. T h i s w i t h w h a t i:i i'i;aii'/.ed on f i H s e t s of f a i l e d b u n k s .".hould wi r ie out tho doiicit. t'lii- governor believe;-;. Sore Throats And Coughs Q u i c k l y K e l i f - m l Hy Tills Safe I'rescriplion. H c r f .^ a d o c r o r ' s p r c s i - v t p l Inn t h a t is rciil'.y t h r o a t i n s i i r a n e r . Sore «r ' i r r i f a t i - ' I i h r c a t ^ a r e r e l i e v e d a n d ! sootiin' u ' . m o M t i n s t a n t l y w i ' . H Hie | v e r y li ':--t s w a l N u v . A l w u t i."!';,' of a l l ! e o u s h s are c a u s e d by an i r r i t a t e d ! t h r o a t ; e u n s t H i u o n t i y f o r most e o n ^ ' i K | ;oo t i n i'e is t i i i l h i n i ; h o t t e r t h a n ;.lii:i i faiiKMi.- ] i n - M - r i | i ! ! i ' ! i - · i r :;n-s d i r e r ! i u t i l e i n ' ' r r u ! c-'inse. I t i s p u t u;i i n u h - r t'.ie t i a . i ' . v T'.; i - N i n e am! 1- t r n a r a n t i "d !.l) s t O j ) c i ' T i i ' ! - , . : a!.-i 1't l i e v . s o r e t h i ' i K i ; . - I n !·"' ; e i : ; \ i ' e - or y o u ; - n i o i - . o y Help Your Kidneys Deal Promptly with Kidney Irregularities. TF bothered with constant backache JL bladder irritations and getting up at night, help your k i d n e y s with Doan's Pills. U.ied for more than 40 years. Endorsed the w o r l d o v e r . Sold by dealers everywhere. 50,000 Users Endorse Doan's: Jam«« A. McCla.rd,H«lir«d Merchant, 906 Hobnon Avenue, I lot Sprints, Ark., nitv»: "Nly ktelney» cliclji'l act right and my Uaclc nchetl (or quite * spell. The u«e oi Doun'« Pill" quickly lid me oE Uis «tt»ct." P r i n t e d -ussy willov;, f e a t u r i n g a h i o h w a i s t cf-fect and a f l a r e on each sicic, arc t ie f t a t u r e s of t h i s attract i v e basin; is f r o c k for s p r i n g wear. i h e l n.'f i . i n i : ; i . and ! - ' » * i 1 - "·'· -- A«ivt- r (.'lassi it'd A d v e r U s p n i c n t . i l.iri'.r.; rosu''..a when placed in I'll* col uuuis of TJ-o Du-ily Coiu-ler. Prove it YOURSELF... I no lesser ear can satisfy/ [H FaSt Get-away ~«gatnst any car regardless of price or size. Sp6Cd -- pitftagatastthe cars most iamous for speed, In Hill Climbing-- the h«ni«rt hills InycKir commnnity~and in America. In Reliability-- to Comfort and Operating Ease. llX:OnOiny-- Note its even gpreater .advantage. Yon an; irrvfted to be one of the drivers to prove Essex* right to Challenge, We want fou to drive and ride in this entirely new Essex Challenger. Tfiis is a "Dtive-ft-Tonrsdtf Challenger Week". A week when motorist* everywhere will pit the new Essex Challenger against every performance that makes for driving cnjcymcnt. Nearly 6000 dealers in Ac U. S. and Canada have standard stock cats to turn over to motorists for this Challenge, These caw will prove Fast Gct-aw«y -- Speed -- Hfll climbing ability--Easy Driving, Easy Opcr- xtion, Luxury and Comfort. The Challenge is to all and for all to prove. Ring na up or call on your nearest dealer now and s.y yoa want to be one of the many thousands who th.i» week wiH prove the right o : the new Essex to Challenge. It wfll convince you that Essex represents the greatest dollar for dollar value in car satisfaction ihat the industry offer*. Wertheimer Motor Co V r est Crawford Avenue Hudson-Essex Agency. Phone 196. Princes 5 Ileana Gets a Reading AD)anian a La Amerieairie Just to f-how th t she is as human aa maidens less pursued by the world's limelight Princess Ileana had her fortunte told by a band of picturesque gyp y women, one of whom inlaying out the rnysac cards. Ileana i t wearing native dress und did not divulge h«i fu hur« a. i told Vf the gyP s ' es - ..» Dickerso i Rim U I C K K I I S O N H U N , wcrvieo Malion w h i c i Main slrc-ct, Liberty. K. Gray ha* been rioh alrio ol' Mhfirty. .Mr. mid M r s . .lew V a . n d e r l ) i l t an noun tw Iwy lialiy w c i j ; h l n K ' 1'iuiiily i.-i now ! and two girls. Charle.s Ilarhaugh who is noldcr- '"K for Undo Sam ha« returned to ^angley Field, VL, after a. 30-day fi"'ion«h hora vinitlng IIJK fallior, \ V l l - lia! " Marlniurfi. ! A V i l l i a i n l.ewiri retnrnel homo J S K : · pli t t o n a d i n O f | t v p t i i n R from Foru Hill whore h« ·h" arrival of a 1 visited his sister, Miss I r e n e .Uywijj. '. pound:-;. Tho i Mr. and MM. C.'harle« .lord on oil of i'our hoys '* Huoua Vie la were calliiis «** Her Royal Hig'hness Princess Maxhide Zogu, youngiet of the six Bisters of King Achined iiogu, of Albania, in an ardent follower of uports. She is shown with one of her favorite mounts. Notice th« modish idi:ng kit and semi-bobbed hair which might p«sa the young Princess fcr » typical Anuirican. M'lrcli t» ____ Th« 'W«H' opened on. 1 1-ist f u l l hy AV [ io Dr'uco B i i d ( L i h o r n last ovenln.;. iJ-eorfw K » j s l r r , woll k n o w n War veto-ran^ JK confuu.-.] to iii ·with illness. i very favorably u n d e r t'hc able jv World | ri:tlshlp of F'n?f. (.'. C. Shaffer an- )ujme ; efficient corpi; of ttai'tiors. : JO. K. H«^g« ia ini p r o v i n g fr- n.'ren l h l r j -iu a, Corfluence of C ' l i a p o l The locctl U l a n c h o R n i b e r of \VM vii tins f r i e n d s .lohn.-»u i n ( o w n JLookisiK for Ua.rfpiin.iT Read tho advertisements in Daily Courier. d oolti a r c progrofisuigj Use our "wauK," i irrirtrtr)iMi

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