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Somerset Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 9, 1930, Somerset, Pennsylvania In Michigan a Senate Battle Washington sept 8 i put better prices for wheat were predicted by chairman Legge of the farm Board today on the theory that the use of farm stocks for livestock feed a e better than Normal Export a Quot Rind a la convince the Trade that wheat i on 1 a Domestic basis 1 the chairman said that Farmers could afford to feed wheat at $1 j a Bushel and advised that they hold what Corn they have for finishing. Stock fed on com first will not do so Well if it la changed later to a substitute feed he said tout will make Good gains on whet and fatten Well on a later ration of Corn tile chairman said Mast states in the drought area had Gene Forward in the creation of credit a corporations and that there would be plenty of credit for livestock feeders. If the Normal amount of Stock and poultry is fed. The chairman predicted the use of wheat will about put the bread Grain on a or. And mrs. Goo Shelton and Domestic basis and make Tariff their ran Geo. Shelton jr., of Protection operative. He said Brownsville were sunday visitors at there will to a Little More than Tho Home of or. And mrs. H. B. 300.000.000 bushels of wheat for re hey. Feed. Nom Twain urn j., Pilot plunged to his death at i the municipal Airport Here late Uniontown. Sept. 8 a Odd today a Short time after the two j mrs. Helen hew of Masontown j Day race meet held under the recalled to the stand in the trial i auspices of the american legion of Tony Bol charged with slaying j had come to a close. He died in John Donohoe. Testified today i a Hospital less than an hour after that a Chest found in the attic j his plan crashed a Short do Lance Jot her borne was the property of front the it Ald. I Bell former county detective. To Donaldson an x viral other Ai lice and said they found s veral Era went up after the meet hid j bullets in the Box. Closed officially to or Ertain Tho j David a. Drenning Finger print crowd of m arly too owl Spectator j expert for the state police test with stunting. He was flying the fled that no Finger prints found an ii or. Opal Kuntz. New on the car correspond to those of York and was looping when Sud Bell. Dei y it went into a tall spin. J Merton a. Robinson a to i Istle tile plane crashed a half mile expert testified that a .45 calibre fit the Field. Donaldson was in revolver shells picked up in the c a scions when rescuers reached automobile in which Donohoe s him and it was necessary to Cut body was found and shells taken away parts of inc fuselage to re from the Cheet in the Hess attic move him. I were similar. Owen Meegin. Masontown of i to. Or. Said that Blu once owned a uhis a Lynn Anont Vest Republican majority set up in tar t orly count and brought Down a better than two to one majority considerably. Representative Wallace h. White or. Republican seeking the scat from which United states senator Arthurr Gould of Presque Isle. Or retiring was ahead of his running mate gov. William Tudor Gardiner. Al Frank h. Haskell Portland att Orney. A Enato Ial candidate and us word a Moran jr., of Rock my. Running for the governorship rolled up a democratic vote which on a percentage basis was far better than in the past several campaigns. For United stat White 61.924. Haskell 36.745, for governor Gardiner 58 523 Moran 43.552. Cummins wins Syracuse dirt track event Baltimore sept. 8�? do repro n to live Vincent l. Palmis Ano took an it arly Lead Over four opponents for the democratic nomination in the third District in today s primary and another Democrat in incumbent Stephen w. Gambell. In the fifth District also was far ahead. John Phillip Hill whom Palmis Ano it treated on the face of returns in the 1928 election was unopposed for tile Republican nomination in the third. Davis Lewis former congressman and former member of the Tariff commission at Midnight was leading his opponent for Tho democratic nomination in the sixth District. Fuller Barnard. Or. Representative Frederick n. Zihlman. Republican was unopposed Lur i a nomination. A. F a Nele Marin seemed assured of the Republican nomination in the first District which is now rep i sen Ted by t. Alan Goldsborough Democrat. The stat wide tickets headed by governor Albert c. Ritchie. Democrat. And William f. Broening. Republican. Mayor of Baltimore were unopposed. Syracuse n. Y., sept. 8 a up Syracuse. N. Y., sept. Jyi pm a Bill Cummins. Los Angeles race Pilot won the 100-mile dirt track automobile Speed event at the state fair yesterday and at the same time broke the 75-mile world record Deacon Lite of Dubois. Pa., finished second and shorty caution of Detroit third Cumming s time for 75 Miles wa1 53 48, compared with the old time of 54 25 mad by Lockhart. Cum Mingus Tim for the Century was 1 -11 52 15. Billy Arnold Winner of the labor Day event at Altoona broke the fifty mile world record Mark his time being 35 45 51. Against 33 55 -52. The old time. Of t breaking the record Arnold ran into mechanical trouble had to go to the pits and never regained his place among that leaders. He clinched the 1930 championship at Altoona in september i. Coal establishes new record Washington sept. 8 a up a mechanically cleaned bituminous Coal established a new tonnage record in 1929, the Bureau of mines announced today in a nation wide Survey which included statistics from privately operated Wash eries. The total amount of clean Coal obtained by wet washing and pneumatic cleaning was 37,143,000 tonn which represented an increase of 29 per cent. Over the preceding year. Pneumatic cleaning registered an increase of 54.2 per cent and wet washing a gain of 25.2 per cent. Alabama led with a total of. 13.586.000 tons cleaned mechanically last year. Pennsylvania with 11.099.000 tons was second and West Virginia including certain sections of Virginia was third with 7.639.000 tort of the total tonnage cleaned n Pennsylvania 8,629,000 tons underwent the wet method. And 2.470.000 tons were cleaned pneumatically. Like the Caesars of old Pompey Julius nor Alexander Ever had anything on Coste and Bellonte right French Tran Ocean non Stop flyers when they were tendered one of those roaring welcomes that new York knows How to give. Broadways lower Canyon yawned and heaved with flags and ticker tape As the two frenchmen answered the a plaudits with smiles recent visitors at the Home of or. And mrs r l Coleman of West Fairview st., were mrs. H. C. Wiland and daughters Irene and Virginia of Kingwood w. Va., mrs. A. H. Mcclure and sons Jack and Richard of new Castle miss Daul Cook of Meyersdale and or. And mrs. S. Lutes and daughter Violet of Coal Center. Him r j Tot ecu co., Wius was la in Etc a a Somerset pa., tuesday september 0, 1930 Somerset daily Herald Page three wheat prices a Quot Efet. Cut republicans i o prison for j go downgrade life for murder carry Maine famous flier Dies in crash at Philadelphia shells like Belles taken better wheat prices Legge forecasts mis Harriet Hoffman daughter 1 nurses. Mieses email be bake a and of or. And mrs Robert Hoffman Marion Hiller have entered the of s. Center ave., mini Helen same class. Humbert Niece of mrs. Walter v. Mrs. Harry Sellers of 8. Center Sipo have entered the memorial ave is visiting in Kingwood w. Hospital of Cumberland As student a

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