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LOST
2 Beagles
Since July 8, 2013
Needmore area
Seen in McCbg.
Last seen in
Big Cove Tannery
female & male
(mother & son)
Both 13”
REWARD
717-387-1844
Alcoholics
Anonymous
Every Monday morning
at 11 a.m.
(even holidays)
in the Pearl Room
2nd floor of Fulton
County Medical Center
This is an open
meeting that anyone
can attend
Hope to see you there
It can make a
difference in your life
CHICKEN
BARBECUE
Sunday
April 26
St. Mary's Catholic
Church Hall
Shade Gap, PA
(along Rt. 522 across from the
covered bridge)
11:30 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Eat In or Take Out
Full Dinner $9
Halves/roll only - $7
Advance tickets preferred
Contact Linda McMath
814-259-3147
Delivery to St. Stephen's,
McConnellsburg, is
available.
Contact Sr. Margie for
tickets and delivery
requests.
717-485-5917
FOR
SALE
1 1/2 story
house with
acreage at
9814 Pleasant
Ridge Road
Harrisonville, Pa.
Call 717-919-9763
for details and price
Used Mowers
For Sale
• Hustler
• John Deere
• Husqavarna
• Cub Cadet
• Scotts
• Yard Machine
Starting at just
$395.00
Call or stop by
Clugston Farm &
Garden
717-485-4313
April 23 & 24
Beginning at 9 a.m.
BASEMENT
SALE
St. Paul Lutheran
Church
220 North Third St.
Gently used clothing,
shoes and bedding
for sale
Also homemade pies
and coffee
South Trader’s Civil War. “All
I saw was a huge fizzle. I don’t
see where the 150th anniver-sary
had a huge impact on
the American public.’’
The 150th anniversary of
Gen. Robert E. Lee’s surren-der
was last week, and the
anniversary of President
Abraham Lincoln’s death by
assassination is Wednesday.
But five years of events from
Charleston, S.C., to Gettys-burg
to Appomattox, Va., did
little to bolster a sluggish
market for Civil War artifacts,
experts said.
“As far as prices, we didn’t
get the big surge you would
have hoped for with the 150th
anniversary,’’ said historian
and collector Eric Wible, 47,
politicians and others reluc-tant
to get involved with such
an uncomfortable subject.
Three-ring Minie balls, a
common Union bullet, fetch
$3 apiece – the same price as
25 years ago, Sylvia said.
Common cavalry swords that
sold for $800 a decade ago
now can be found for less
than $200.
Very high-end items, how-ever,
still hold value or have
increased. Those include can-nons
and Confederate officer
uniforms, battle flags and
swords.
“They continue to inflate,
but not as rapidly as in the
past,’’ said Sylvia, who twice
sold the battle flag of Confed-erate
Gen. J.E.B. Stuart in
secret sales.
The flag sold again in 2006,
that time at auction, for
$956,000.
Glen Sullivan started
Northern Rebel Images in
Carnegie two years ago. He
sells Civil War images he has
collected since the late 1980s.
Sullivan, 51, said the econ-omy
has had more of an im-pact
than the Civil War an-niversary.
“Ten years ago, prices
could have been higher than
they are now,’’ he said. “It is
what it is. I don’t think it is
something people are going
about it.’’
Body Of Man
Who Fell Over
PA Waterfall
Recovered
OHIOPYLE, Pa. (AP) –
The body of a man who fell
into a western Pennsylvania
river and over a waterfall
while posing for a picture has
been found about five miles
downstream.
The Fayette County coro-ner’s
office on Friday con-firmed
the body found Thurs-day
evening is that of 20-year-old
Michael Davila Jr.
He had climbed over an
observation deck railing at
Ohiopyle State Park about
11:15 a.m. March 18, but
slipped on ice. He fell into the
Youghiogheny River and
went over the 20-foot
Ohiopyle Falls below.
The coroner ruled Davi-la’s
death a drowning.
Park Manager Ken Bisbee
says a guide from Wilderness
Voyagers was kayaking when
he found the body about 5:10
p.m. Thursday.
The family was notified
and asked to identify the
body shortly thereafter.
HORSE RIDING
INSTRUCTION
Hidden Valley Farm
485-4820
3 1/2 m. S. of McCbg.
on Rt. 522
• Beginners
Intermediate
Advanced
• English
Western
Miniature Horse
• Ages 4 - Adult
• Our Horses or Yours
• Horse Boarding Available
• Group or Private Lessons
Currently scheduling
CALL NOW!
OPEN
STAGE
Hustontown Vol.
Fire Co.
Saturday
April 25
Begins 6 p.m.
Kitchen opens 5 p.m.
Admission is free.
Bring your talent &
share or just enjoy
the talent of others.
We appreciate your
continued support.
More details later.
BULKY
WASTE DAY
Wells Township
Saturday
May 2
8 a.m. - Noon
Bulky Waste
Appliances
& Metal Only
Car Tires (Off the rim)
(Maximum 10 per household)
Will be accepted!
Free disposal for
township residents
BAKE
SALE benefits
Relay For Life
Monday
April 27
Tuesday
April 28
McLaughlin's
Drug Store
Penn's Village
Shopping Center Valley Creek
Seed LLC
St. Thomas, PA
Landscapers: Now
available for new
and established
lawns, Turf Tall
Fescue Seed Lines.
Hydro seeding for
commercial and
residential sites.
Call for price
717-360-9395
WANTED
Books, Plants
Baked Goods
for the
Fulton County
Library Sale
May 15 & 16
Bring to the library
May 14
Sponsored by
North End Garden Club
4-23-6t
Weather is great for
planting. Got spring
fever we have the cure
Seed potatoes 55ยข lb.
Onion sets, white,
yellow, red candy
Vegetable and Flower
Seeds
Vegetable Plants
Annuals
Hanging Baskets and
Planters
Perennials
Trees and Shrubs
Fruit Trees and Berry Plants
Blooming Magnolia
Weeping and Standard
Flowering Cherries
Lilacs starting to bloom
DOGWOODS AND
REDBUDS
BUCK RUN NURSERY
Located 6 miles east of
McConnellsburg on Rt. 16
(Cove Gap) at entrance
of James Buchanan Birthplace.
717-328-5980
Bt. Cabins Independent
Bible Church
P.O. Box 4
Burnt Cabins, PA
814-259-3459
Pastor Bob Benson
MINI MESSAGE
James 4:17 “Therefore to
him that knoweth to do good,
and doeth it not, to him it is sin.”
People generally think of
sin as disobeying God's Word
by doing something they
shouldn't do. I John 3:4 says,
“Whosoever committeth sin
transgresseth also the law: for
sin is the transgression of the
law.” But James reminds that
sin also occurs by our failure to
act: the kind word we didn't
speak; the opportunity to share
the gospel we let slip by; the list
could go on. Is there someone
God has laid on your heart to
talk to about salvation and you
have put it off? Is there a shut-in
or nursing home resident
God had spoken to your heart
about visiting but you haven't
gone to see them yet? Let's re-view
our lives and make sure
we aren't sinning by sitting. It's
time to get up and get going and
do what we know we are to do.
If we don't, it's sin!
Tickle Your
Fancy
Terrariums
for
Earth
Day!
Stop by and
check out our
selection
110 L. W. W.
McConnellsburg
717-485-0050
Multi-Family
Yard Sale
at the
Historic Burnt Cabins
Grist Mill
582 Grist Mill Rd, Bt. Cabins Saturday
April 25
7 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Kids Items:
Toys & Games
Clothes
Household Items
& More
Clean out that closet
Camp & Yard Sale
with us
717-987-3244
with topnotch dining, luxuri-ous
hotel accommodations
and adventurous activities at
a reduced price through pop-ular
discount sites and local
deals. For example, most mu-seums
offer student dis-counts
or reduced tickets
during off-peak hours. Be
sure to download a site’s mo-bile
app before hitting the
road to find last-minute deals
where you’re traveling. If you
want a more traditional way
to save while experiencing
the local surroundings, try
packing a picnic by stocking
up at the nearest deli.
Have fun!
With a road trip that’s
both fun and cost-conscious,
PUBLIC AUCTION Personal Property of Kennith Schriever of 176
Fairview Rd., Warfordsburg, PA 17267
Extra Parking At The Park SAT., MAY 2 Beginning at 9:00 a.m.
ANTIQUES, FURNITURE, GARAGE TOOLS
& ITEMS, HOUSEHOLD
ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: (3) lg. iron kettle, 2
stands & tea kettle, (2) sausage stuffers, Griswold skillet
& others, griddles & slaw cutters & cherry seeder, wood-en
wheels, milk cans & bottles, 8-day clocks, Victrola, En-terprise
grinders some w/motors, Mail Pouch thermome-ter,
vintage toys & picture viewer, Golf-Texaco-Mobil
cans, metal tractor seat, smudge pots, quilts & haps. col-lections
of: crocks & jugs, Barbie & porcelian dolls;
paper dolls, Mickey Mouse, records, paper items: maps,
German Bible, etc., old wood & vintage metal chairs, wash
stands & pitcher & bowls, dish cabinet, bedroom suites,
several head- & footboards, end tables, table & chairs,
White sewing machine in-cabinet, lamps, dovetail oak
chest of drawers & dresser, mod. dresser w/mirror &
shelves, file cabinets, book case, lg. freezer, record play-ers,
canners & canning jars, kitchen items: pot & pans
etc. Tupperware, Fire King, Club cookware, McCoy
bowls, depression, carnival & lg. assort. glassware items
& figurines, garage items: generator, snowblower for
Allis Chalmers & Simplicity tractor, motorcycle cover &
helmets, boat motor & trolling motor, fishing items, camp
stove, power tools, table saw, chains & binders, cement
mixer, 1992 Dodge trans. cooler. Too many items, too nu-merous
to mention.
TERMS: Cash or approved check with proper ID & reg-istration.
No out-of-state checks without approval from
owner.Announcements made the day of sale take prece-dence
over any previous announcements. Owner and
auctioneer are not responsible for accidents. Owner &
auctioneer reserve the right to reject any or all bids.
AUCTIONEERS: Daryl Weaver, AU-003970L, 814-977-
6442
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