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The Bloom Sale of Pianos,
Players and Grands Continues
Last week we were busy. People from all points took advantage
of the beautiful weather and came here. The shrewd buyers from
out of town took advantage of this great money saving event by paying
cash for the instrument they selected. Many pianos and players were
sold at less than cost. Our sale continues. A vast stock is here to
mister, . .
aword I say-
select from. Pianos, Players Pianos, Grand Pianos—all will be sold
at some price.
We have on hand some
new Grand pianos that
must be sold at once.
These instruments must be
moved at the earliest pos-
sible moment. We are oi-
fering these Grands at
very low figures.
Here is an opportunity
to own a real Grand at a
fraction of its real value.
It happened in a garage in a small Virginia cown, but it
could have happened anywhere in the eleven states in ;
which AMOCO-GAS is sold.
A motorist stopped at a pump that happened to be dry.
There were three other gases available, but the garage-man
“No, it costs too much,” said the motorist. >
“Jr will save you moncy in the end and make your car run better :
than it knows how,” said the garage-man. ;
"Save me money bow?” :
: “More miles to the gallon and by keeping your car out of the shop.
I know half-a-dozen cars around here that have gone over 25,000
miles on AMOCO and never had the head off. And when you get
on a hill - - why. she’ll go over the top so fast you'll think you've
stolen the car.”
: “Go on.” said the motorist, “I've beard that story before. I've never found
w - a gas yet that could live up to half the claims made for it."
“All right, mister,” said the garage-man, “don’t believe a word 1 say,
but try AMOCO-GAS" :
He's been using AMOCO-Gas ever since. Right now this
iy Don'th i same motorist is the best advertisement for AMOCO-GAS
on he i ont believe in th i :
= Xa : in the entire county.
~~ a word we
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fl BIRDS NECESSARY and planting trees in which the | ROADS IN FORESTS novo-Snow Shoe State forest road
THe Ra 2 FOR TREE LIFE. | birds will find, year after year, food, | OPEN VAST AREAS. inCentre and Clinton counties, which
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is 21 miles in length and is the
Each year the State forests of only means of access ,h to an area
acces- of 200,000 acres of State forest
land located between the Susque-
hanna River on the north
Beech Creek on the south.
also a connecting link for 13 sec-
ondary roads comprising a total of
44 miles. This vast area is one of
During the present year more than the best hunting sections of the
State and during the open game
season is doffed ‘with many hunting
shelter and nesting places.”
| Pennsylvania become more
TWO RILLED WHEN sible with the development of for-
TRAIN CRASHES TRUCK. est roads and trails. This work is
ment of Forests and Waters, has : 2 | being done under the direction of
called attention to the fact that! Two persons were instantly killed | ;oa4 superintendent R. H. Vought,
2 i near Lock Haven Tuesday morning |
forest and shade trees, deprived of | when the truck which They tae of Sie Departmen of Forests and
would | griving was struck by a westbound |
| freight train of the P ia | :
Birds of many kind comprise the ,..: ; ennsylvania | 100 miles of State forest roads have
eo Loire. any | [iroag 8 tng Linerty, Stree) Stone: neen sonsiructed, sl, of which oan
the total damage to trees by insect | pi in 8 ead are. William Welch, | be safely used for automobile traf-
pests runs annually into hundreds ° goon,
Describing birds as health officers
of trees and tree planters of a high
order, State Forester Joseph S.
Illick, of the Pennsylvania Depart-
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the assistance of bird
be next to impossible,
This is but one of the sev-
etal hundred roads that traverse
State forest areas, and serve a
similar purpose. The State forest
roads and trail in addition to being
necessary adjuncts in forest manage-
ment are also extensively used by
sportsmen. Direction signs are
placed along all forest roads and
trails so that there is no danger of
becoming lost. During the year
more than $200,000 was spent on
the construction and maintenance of
Baunyusaon os Miss Annie Fet- | fic.
: erly, C aven. iia i
of millions of dollars. Wherever un- | i acres of forest lands that were In-
healthy conditions prevail as there. The accident occurred shortly be- accessible, At the present
fore 6 o'clock asthe twn were start. | are more than 2200 miles
sult of insect attacks, birds are’ 3
sure to discover them and do some- ng for New York. | and 2800 miles
They have opened thousands of
within the State
The impact of the crash which | forests.
could be heard for a distance of | Superintendent Vought emphasizes
two city blocks, carried the truck | the fact that forest roads and trails
a distance of _ 150 feet, witnesses | are necessary in the protection and
said. The bodies of both occupants | management of our State forests, as
of the truck were found scattered travel and transportation are im.
along the railroad tracks by em- portant factors in making the forest
ployees of the road and witnesses. | accessible and profitable.
Both bodies were so badly muti- | !
lated, according to the county coroner, |
Dr. J. W. Shoemaker, that it Was)! SE Eee
impossible to tell the ages or much RR TT
about them. |
According to Harold W. Finneity, |
owner of the truck, the two were |
going to buy produce in a neighbor-
Reports from Luck Haven state
that no watchman was employed at
the crossing, and numerous acci-
dents have occurred at that place
within the past several months.
thing toward remedying the
tion, the State Forester said.
“Every part of the tree
something to its feathered little
‘scavengers, the birds. Illick con-
tinued. “Woodpeckers, for instance,
clamber over The limbs and larger
branches, detecting their prey be-
neath the bark. Creepers and nut-
for their hunting grounds.
smaller branches, twigs, and
buds in their search for small in-
sects and their eggs. Cuckoos,
orioles, vieros, and warblers closely
examine leaves and prey upon the
larvae and sucking insects so abun-
dant there. The insect foes that
take to flight are sought after and
snapped up by fly catchers, swifts
“The greatest bird scavanger of
the forest floor is the oven-bird,
‘which turns over fallen leaves and
scans the leaf mold on the ground.
Here it finds beetles, weevils, cater
pillars, ants and other forest insects.
The common English sparrow is a
persistent foe of the Japanese beetle.
“Wherever the food habitsof in-
sectivorous birds have been studied
THIS SPECIAL PLAYER
ONLY .......cce eeeniasns Erisseieedeii ona bana $145.00
This Player will be delivered to any home in the city at the above
price. It is a very reliable make, and can be paid for as the purchaser
pleases. Make your own terms, trade it back on a new instrument
at full value within two years.
Also free delivery.
roads and trails within the
Bench and Rolls included in bargain. forests.
He cites as an example the Re-
hatches frequent '
the AND MORE TOYS
| Toy Lamps,
Trailers, Plows, Gas Tanks.
every leading Toy made.
SANTA IS AT GARMAN’S
Santa is busy looking up
for his rounds. He seems
wonderfully pleased with the Garman
Line. It is most useful and varied
and at such reasonable prices.
Trains, Magic Lan-
Road Rollers, Cement Mixers,
Trench Diggers, Mine Cars,
Ideal for children or
RENOVO BANKER FOUND
SHOT TO DEATH IN BANK.
Edward Bowers, 60 assistant |
cashier at the Renovo State Bank, |
was found shot to death in the pay- |
ing teller’s booth at the bank, on!
Wednesday, and a verdict of death
music students to prac-
Now Showing Friday—Con-
tinuous Thanksgiving 2 to 11
p m—Walter Huston, Kay
Kenneth MacKenna in
tice on. Can be traded
back within one year at
full value on a new
stock of new, used and
have a large
shop worn instruments
able offer will be ac-
cepted. Why wait.
WEST HIGH STREET smarts
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ing the trees from insect foes has
been demonstrated most effectively.
Actual studies have shown that one-
‘pecker, consists of the larvae of
wood-boring beetles. Ants
per cent of the total, and include
out and contribute to the destruc-
tion of numerous trees.
is a great
ples, and feeds on the eggs of tent
“If you would help the
therefore help the birds, and here
are some practical suggestions on
how to do it:
“In summer, by supplying suit-
able bathing and drinking places.
“In autumn, by seeing to it that
protective laws are observed during
the hunting season.
“In winter, by maintaining feed-
ing stations and protective plant-
“In spring, by providing nesting
many carpenter ants which hollow ,... (mcials said.
their beneficial influence in protect-
third of the food of the hairy wood- :
second staple of diet, forming 17... co for the suicide.
The downy |
foe of the!
codling moth, cause of wormy ap-
materials, putting up bird houses,
by suicide was made by the coroner.
The body, with a bullet in the |
head, was found by the janitor |
when he entered the building at 7:45 |
o'clock Wednesday morning. i
Bowers, who was a bachelor, had |
been in poor health for some time |
and this was attributed as the |
“The Virtuous Sin’’
Satur., Continuous Show 2 to
11 pm—~Children 10c to5 pm
--Spencer Tracy and Warren
Hymer in the
Season’s Comedy Hit
“Up The River”
satisfactory, Take a trip Up the River—
; youw’ll laugh all the way.
His accounts were
—Mrs. M. C, Levi, who had been |
Mon., Tues. and Wed., Next
quite ill for two weeks or longer, Week—Harold Lloyd with
at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Barbara Kent in
Harrison Kline, on east Bishop | “Feet First”
street, has recovered sufficiently to
be up and around the house.
Everybody laughs with Lloyd! And
now he’s roaring in on a Rocket of
Fun and Thrills
Thurs., Friday, Satur , Next
Week—~Clara Bow in
THAT FAMOUS CRASH
Enough of that Famous Crash to
last us at least 3 months direct
from the most famous linen people
Ask to see the yd.
“Her Wedding Night”
in the country.
length of Cretonnes at less than %
Now Playing Friday, Satur.,
a Radium of Splendor—
“Follies and Fashions”
, —styles of yesterday and to-
. day, with Miss Kansas and a
4 company of Bellefonte Sing-
! ers, Dancers, Models, and the
selection of ‘Miss Fashion,
Queen of Bellefonte.” Also
on the screen, Zane Grey’s
with George O’Brien—
“Last of the Duanes”
All Next Week at The State
Richard Arlen in
“Sante Fe Trail”