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2 Beagles
Since July 8, 2013
Needmore area
Seen in McCbg.
Last seen in
Big Cove Tannery
female & male
(mother & son)
Both 13”
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Williams Lumber
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Buying standing
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fully insured and free
consultation
If you want to work
with an honest
sawmill, contact
Travis Renninger,
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buyer
Because your opinion
is our reputation
Damascus
Cemetery
Association
will hold its
80th annual
Memorial Day
service
May 29, 2016
The service will
begin at 2 p.m.
The Tribe, a
Southern Fulton High
School choral music
group, will provide
special music
Pastor Travis Mellott
will deliver the
message
Lunch will be served
in the church social
room at noon
Everyone welcome!
CARD
SHOWER
FOR
FRED M. WIBLE
90th Birthday
May 30th
Please send birthday
wishes to:
PO Box 7
Waterfall, PA 16689
Thank you
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til 7/14
Hustontown Area
Vol. Fire Co.
OPEN
STAGE
Saturday
May 28
Begins 6 p.m.
Kitchen opens 5 p.m.
Free Admission
Everyone welcome
to come and share
their talent or just
come and enjoy the
talent of others.
We appreciate your
support and talent.
Thank you!
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Dublin
Twp.
Tax
Office
will be
CLOSED
June 5-145-26-2t
Bt. Cabins Independent
Bible Church
P.O. Box 4
Burnt Cabins, PA
814-259-3459
Pastor Bob Benson
MINI MESSAGE
Col. 1:14 “In whom we have
redemption through his blood,
even the forgiveness of sins”
The value of the shed blood
of Jesus Christ cannot be over-stated.
It provides the only pay-ment
acceptable to God for our
sins. Without the shedding of the
blood of the perfect sacrifice for
sins, we would remain unforgiv-en
and condemned in our sins.
Modern preachers and new
Bible versions take the blood out
and substitute human works.
God gave us His Word so we
can know how to be saved (John
20:31). Make sure you have the
real Word of God in your hands.
If you have a Bible that ends this
verse with the word “redemp-tion”
and leaves out the rest,
throw it away and get your self a
copy of the Authorized Version,
King James 1611 Bible. It is
God's Word for us in the English
language and it doesn't leave
out anything that God wants us
to know! 5-26-1t 5-26-1t 5-26-1t
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Pineloft Landscape
& Garden Center
1814 Iron Bridge Road
Hustontown
OPEN
MEMORIAL
DAY
8 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Annuals
Perennials and
Hanging
Baskets!
Plus mulch, stone,
sand and more!
717-377-0297
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RETIRING FROM
RETAIL
THE YANKEE
MERCANTILE
Please join us for this
final celebration.
ALL INVENTORY
is 40% off
spring - summer
fall - winter
OPEN-EVERY
THURS/FRI/SAT
10 a.m.5 p.m
LAST DAY--- JUNE
11th 2016.
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Call if you prefer an
appointment
15856 Great Cove Road
Webster Mills
Strawberry Festival
@
Paws for Hope
FREE SETUP
Fleamarket
Vendors
Welcomed
CC Funnel Cakes
Keystone Old-
Fashioned Kettle
Corn
Chillers
Ice Cold Fruit
Drinks
June 10 & 11
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
232 LWW
717-372-2961
717-496-3135
Time to plant
your garden
Vegetable plants
$1.25 4-pk., $1.50 6-pk.
Annuals $1.50 4-pk.
$3.50 4” pots
Geraniums $3.50 4” pots
$5.50 6” pots
Seed potatoes 55ยข lb.
Flower and Vegetable
Seeds
Kousa Dogwoods are
blooming
Fruit Trees and
Berry Bushes
Lots of shade and
.owering trees
Flowering and
evergreen shrubs
BUCK RUN NURSERY
Located 6 miles east of
McConnellsburg on Rt. 16
(Cove Gap) at entrance
of James Buchanan Birthplace.
717-328-5980
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Buck Valley
Park
BINGO
June 4
Starts at 6 p.m.
Buck Valley
Memorial Day
Service
Sunday
May 29
Starting at
Buck Valley Christian
Church at 9 a.m.
Proceeding to the
Hendershot Cemetery,
then to Amaranth Church
of the Brethren, to Buck
Valley Zion Lutheran
Church and ending at
Buck Valley Memorial
Cemetery (M.E. Church)
for a service to be held at
11 a.m.
Address by
Col. Alvin B. Strait
USAF, Ret.
Boy Scouts, please wear
uniforms!
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This pretty, little girl
turns 4 on
May 25, 2016.
Happy
Birthday
Carrie Elizabeth
Guyer
We love you,
Baby Girl.
Pappy & Mommaw
Foor
Appreciation Days at
Butterfly
Gardens
Friday & Saturday
9-5
Door Prizes &
Light Refreshments
• Hanging Baskets
• Silk Memorial
Toppers
• Bedding Plants
• House Plants
• Fairy Garden Plants
• Silk Cones
• Roses
• Perennials
• All your fresh cut
flower needs
• Vegetable Plants
• Onion Sets
• Gift Items
485-4776
Quigley, said his agency is
waiting for courts to settle le-gal
challenges, StateImpact
Pennsylvania reports
(http://n.pr/20baHgl ). The
first deadline is September.
Quigley made the com-ments
to members of the
Greater Philadelphia Cham-ber
of Commerce on
Wednesday. The U.S. Court
of Appeals for the District of
Columbia Circuit will hear
arguments Sept. 27 in suits
filed by two dozen states and
more than 100 conservative
advocacy groups, electric
utilities and coal mining
companies.
Quigley says his agency
can rapidly finalize a plan
once the courts act and the
rule becomes clear.
fluids and even
has another baby owl there
for company. They hope to
release it into the wild in Au-gust.
Thousands Of
Protesters
Seeking
Permits For
Dem Convention
PHILADELPHIA (AP) –
Groups representing thou-sands
of activists and pro-testers
have requested per-mits
to march outside the
Democratic National Con-vention
Biggest
Setback
Since 2009
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP)
– Pennsylvania’s unemploy-ment
rate shot up in April
for the biggest one-month
increase since 2009. Payrolls
also showed the biggest one-month
drop since 2009.
The state Department of
Labor and Industry said Fri-day
that the jobless rate rose
to 5.3 percent in April, up
from 4.9 percent in March.
The national rate was 5 per-cent
in April. Meanwhile, a
survey of employers found
that seasonally adjusted
non-farm payrolls dropped
by about 16,900 jobs in April,
after nearly hitting 5.9 mil-lion.
The figures are prelimi-nary
and could change.
The civilian labor force
grew by 24,000. Employment
dropped by 3,000 to remain
above 6.1 million while un-employment
grew by 27,000
to 344,000
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