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I ! ?WV ? ' Cade Commiaaion Has Been ^Piaaovering Some Intereating Facta r- * *' < (HMJTOK, W. *, M*y MH bkte tk( pnMat (7?tto of flnar.c j I lae i^qqu of w?t eirgtau im fennrtr owner living In Jumping Praaeh district. Summers county. mur* J 5t, B?p lldrtjr limes as much on sa< h ?' Pf valuation M the c it it en of Cass ?? ' . Vict. afonoagnUa county, to itro bit J Mrild equal edneatlon advintages F VWn in nbown to t series of tables cor-J titag thn financial conditions and rt'J\ gources of tba several counties and' Mtotrlets of the aute. prepared by L . J > Haalfan. secretary of the Mate School Code Commission. for the nee ci thi Kjj& eommisalon in working ont a new ?: lem of school financing In the ata' - 1 It to shown that In Jumnktg Branch \ district the property areatton* on. 1^ i tohleh the achool levies are laid mount to only $531 per enumerator!, child; while In Cass district, the val nations on which the levies are laid mount to $16,300 per enumerated child. These are the two extremes In the' Mate, though there are said to he onl ) eighty out of a total of 397 district ^ fully able to suppor' their OhOOlO ' ' der the present law from their own revenues. In 17 districts the va.ua tlona are only $600 to $1,900 per child: fa 50 dlatrlctah $1,900 to $1,500: in 6: districts $1,500 to $2,000; In 55 (lis tricts. $2,000 to $2,500; in <9 districts 92,500 to $3,000; in 69 districts. $3,000 . to $4,900; In "7 districts, $4,000 to **>,090; in 19 district*. $5.00 to $6,000; In 12 districts. S6.000 to $7,000; in two dtotriets. $7,000 to $9,000; In five districts. $9,000 to $9,000; m throe ,11s : tricts, $9,000 to $10,000; in one dis trlct. $10,726. The point made by tbe comparisons fa that there should be some system fhr raising money for school purp :*e* that would equaliz Uie nerden of the I citizens et the ssveril distri'Ms e^pe-l daily since the state law now provides for a minimum term of six monthr. M4 preceribes minimum salaries for * teachers It Is even advocated by > ? * that the minimum terra should be raised to seven nontns; ard most persons believe the iriri.nura salary timid bo $40. $50 avJ ??t. **- As a matter of (act, however. Jumplog Branch district, the poorest in the State, was able to mslrUin its schools fer e term of ouiy .*? dars. pa' ,ng Its 19 teaehsr* minimum ularh.s of fSO. T'" Mi and $50. depei.Ji.'i: n-t ih-< made f eertiticate held To do this the Ward Of education hud to lay a levy f thirty-five con's on the $100 rn its total valuation of S5?;.il71, and she recalved $2,$00 state aid into the bar-! pain. Her enumeration last yra' was ^ Wilderness district, In Nicholas Bounty, with property valuation of $l,-i 5: |M per child, and without state aid, Was able to maintain a term of six I oaths aad pay her twenty-two teach-. tra mlnlmmu salari'ii het rate of levy feeing thirty-five c.-n's and her enu"mentions 706. -.By another table It was shown that1 faMORROW GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH. . H. O. REYNOLDS, Paster. The services in Grace Lutheran ' Church (or the 56th are as tollowa: | 1:30, Sunday school. W. F. Shaffer an. superintendent; 10:45. divine cervices, sermon by the pastor, sub s 1eet. "Power of Evil Influence;" 7:00.; t. P. 8. C. E.; fl:00, sermon hv pa it Jr. j suoject, "image ot God la Man." All in welcome. CHRIST CHURCH. Baird Mitchell, Minister. 7:90 a# m.. Holy Communion. Corfc borate Communion o( the Woman's Auxiliary. 1:30 a. m . church school. 10:45 a. service of humiliation and j prayer fbr our fofces. Sermon subject Tie Message from Our Departed ? Harold." 7:45. evening prayer and SMMB. Welcome. PIRST M. B. CHURCH, SOUTH. Rebt. J. Voak, Pastor. " The following services will be held to the M. E. chureh. south. Sunday: Bunday school. 9:30 a. m. Public worship and preaching. 10:46 a. m. In our cannon wa wish to deal with questions at a practical character. Subject will ha. "A Good Man's Neglect." Bpwortb League at 7 p. m.. leader will be Miss Clara Hoovar. Dr. T. S. Potlitt will be Vtth as Sunday night and preach for ha at I o'clock. We wish to have a hill seating of the official members f the church Sunday morning after the worship. Mr. A. J. Rica will be I the leader of the prayer meeting next Wednesday night at t o'clock. \ PIRBT BAPTIST CHURCH. Ui I MAAU B-.a ?? ? ??/ ri?wr< report of,the Northers Baptist convention session hold at Atlantic City Ml Ke nude at the morning art-rice, rhla wasraee of the greatest meetings Mr WM hy the Baptists. 1:30 Sunday s<fcoai May we not have 3M? 19:41. mora In g service. reports, hmr lag eoagrstation sermon, "Ptshlng" t:M. Bosday school Ylrglnta avenue. :?. Janlos B. T. P. V. Katheryn S>~ Eddy. leader. 7:00, Intermediate and P* Banter B. T. P. C. with SteBa West tal and Dr. Henry as leadegs. I: oo. > - i. mn ??WJV? H W?M on?r To?dotloo" TtoVnrtya.of tho day will to of totoroat to* an'who romp BLt. Mmtoat mule win toroodered by t?C choir m. n. V$?ftfLK. rn i* J. C. tooorrWold.'D. Dm M Malar. J\ To too followtef.aoraletoiypu'ara f . toott eordtolly lnrftad: Dodder w&ool I \ m. toood of oar'flood ffeol. fihao.tonror ' l\ ntiMWy MofttUfi Itas&w" tor, f too lMt too day of toe ninU Bf ftoaktr. Mornin r worship ot ^0-VFfl JgtoMMM* M "TfiO told lot Who DIW1 J * HM- * WgH /'/j*3? ! ?t -*^i ^* **^0' Mi #J&SF ' fe '# - " h tZjL'* * - - -.- . .? ... ? . By PAUL PURMAN. A pitLher would bp a first baseman or an outfielder. Outfielder* would like to be pitchers snd sometlme3 changes are beneficial. .Toe Wood is about through as a pitcher, bur during the illness of Jack Ciraney he filled in a*, left field ?3 well as (irauev would have done himself Wood, always a great hitting pitcber, improved his batting when he was playing every day, hit oppor tunny end fielded well. It n a curiout coincidence that Jack Granev. the man Wood supplanted tcmQerarily, was originally a pitcher. Lee Fohl, who managed the Columbus club a few yearj ago got Graney among a bunch of rookies H? h6 districts in the state were abie to maintain less than minimum terms, only, muy of tlt.ui even with all the state aid tvaiiabU; 161 district* bail barely the minimum term; ?' uijtrcts had serot mon'lis term; V. districts hud eight moniis term, and only 12 districts had as much as nine months. In 193 districts the maximum salaries paid ar8 $50; three districts pay $30 to $55; 67 districts pay $53 as the highest; :iie best in three districts is $55 to $60; wnile 61 districts pay a maximum of $C0; 19 a maximum of $65 and two dia'xicta reach a maximum of *70. Five distric's 'ty levies of less than ten cenis or. tie $100; six districts from tni to fifteen oats; 21 districts 15 tJ 2' ce:ls. 25 districts 20 to 25 cents; 61 districts 25 to 30 cents; 99 Wtheloca Pefore tho War Is Over?What Is It That Sustains Him, and What !s Its Lor son for lTs?" 'Jhr'sttan ilndcavor at 7:15 o'clock. Eveutn? wort hip at 8 o'clock *Lh scx.nm en "Going With the third in the series of four sermons on the general theme ? Following Christ. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Cor Jackaon and Jefferson Streets. H. G. Stoetrer, 0. D.. Minister. You are most cordially invited to worship with u* tomorrow in the following services: Bible school. 9:30; classes for all ages; Mr. J. Walter Barnes. superintendent. Morning service, 11:45. Toe ois'or .'f t'ce church will preach on this hc-utiful and expressive text: "TTutll the Day Dawn? And tht Shadows Flee Away." Toe subject cf the sermon will be: "The Dawning of a New Age." Junior Christian Endeavor society at 2:30; The Senior society will me*t at 7 p. m. leader. Miss Deborah Fitsgerald; topic. "Doing His WIU." John 15.11* 14. Evening tttvlce at * o'clock. The pastor will speak at this service on "The Conditions of Victory.'* The S. S. Cabinet will meet Immediately after the service. Midweek service Wednesday at $ p. m. DIAMOND STREET M. E. CHURCH. Diamond and Market Streets. J. Elbert Wells, Pastor. G A. R. Memorial service In this church Tomorrow Is to he a memorable Sunday in the history of Diamond street church. The Sunday school will open its aession at the regular hour. 9:30. At 10:45 the members of Meade Poat No. 0 and Plerpont Post No. <1 of the G. A. Jt, other veterans of the Civil war at.d the ladies of the O. A. R. will be the honored guest-of the church this being the animal Memorial seryice for the Grand Army 'offthe RepuWtc. the two posts uniting forfthe** aetVlee Committees have been anjpinted and everything posslHe ie tw'mj'dotie to minister to the comfort aira enjoyment of these honored am who answered their coun try's en! to military service more than fifty yeere ago. If the shortage of gaaollne does not prevent a commitice will have care to meet the veterans at. ttielr headquarters to bring them to the church; another commitire will have the church handsomely fMgaM with flag* ami flowers; allot the.vetaraus and their,wives, ex" rcm. who live near anf.prefer be en % fLT PITCHER WHO BECA1 XftSftggft > laL 'iinlAU|l iia Jm 111 ^^1 jt Ut^Ufr * Wr/ ^P^*k-'jA, I * ) *1 Oettny'VCau converted him Into an outfielder. Fohl ?ays r.raney was the wildest pitcher he ever saw. Harry Hooper, the Red Sox outt'ielder. started his baseball career \ as a pitcher, but when he landed in ! the big league be was quickly shifted. Dave Robertson was a pitcher at North Carolina State College and was . ranked as the best hurler in the Car| olinas and Virginia, although at the same time fcppa R xey was pitching | at Virginia University. Benny Keuff did some pitching when lie was younger and two old i time Giant outfielders, Mike Donllu 1 and Cy Seymour both started as pitchers. ! l'tank Baker was originally a pitch > er as was Rhody Wallace. Wailce districts 30 cents: 17 districts 30 to ::5 cents; 73 districts 35 cents; eight' districts over 35 cents. There were 56.000 pupils enrolled | in nine months school, in which 1,650 teachers were employed; the enrollment was 5,000 and 150 teachers were employed in eight and one-half months -school; enrollment 30,000 and teachers 900 in eight months schools; enrollment 65,000 and teachers 200 in seven . and one half months schools; enrollment 30,000 and teachers 1,300 in sevI cn months schools; enrollment 25,000 and teachers 700 in six and one-half i month schools; enrollment 130,000 and : teachers 4,600 In cix months schools; enrollment 120,000 and teachers 4,480 in five and one-half month schools; | enrollment 6,500 and teachers 500 In five month schools. LCHURCHES Epworth League service at 7:00. ! May Night service of the Woman'a Foreign Missionary society at 8:00. The I service will be in the interest o( the I French war orphans and the people are asked to contribute treasurea and trinkets cf gold, silver, pewter, copper, or brass; these will be turned into the coin of the realm and used to swell the War Orphan fund. The latch string of this church is out to everybody. CENTRAL CHRISTIAN, i Clarence D. Mitchell, 0. D., Minister. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Wake up and show God you are in dead earnest in your religious profession. Morning sermon talk on Oettlng Right With God. Special music. The Christlon Endeavor will meet at 7:16 p. m Miss Mary Dansel will be the leader. Mr. Clarence Bloom will address the society. The society extends a special invitation to the older members of the church to this meeting. Evening service at S o'clock. Special sermon theme, "Stopping the War by I the Power of Prayer.'' The public Is most cordially invited to all the ?rrvices of the day. FIRST M. P. CHURCH. C. C. Laweon, Paster. ne church will be in condition fbr services so let every one come out to Sabbath echool at 9:80 a. m. Preach ing at 10:46. Theme "Defenders of the Good." m.. :.._ - - - ? ? ovcniug services: vnriBiian r.ndegror 7:00. Public worship at 1:00. Theme "Is the World Growing Better or Worse." We hope to hare all the work on the chnrcb completed by the first Sunday in June. Ton will find a welcome at all these services. FIRST M. E. CHURCH. Fairmont Avenue and Fourth Street. Claude E. Goodwin, Pastor. Sunday school at I:SO. Ton will enjoy this hour. An hour In this service is an hour well spent. Help to keep the attendance beyond the fire hundred mark. We are asked to increase our attendance twenty-dive per coat. Be on time. A good orchestra. Inspiring singing. Interesting classes. A class to snlt yon. Public worship and sermon at 10:41. In the absence of the pastor, who will be at Falrvlew broke Meg tie anrual sermon to the graduating class of the high scfc-nl, thk Prv W n TImmI will hrlni th* message. T,pwo/tb Lmisi devotional vceilng ?t 7 o'clock. Topic, "Wnat Wrongs Need Righting In Our TownT" I.oad?r, Mrs. Jaa. Altman. This Is n eereioe for young people, end those jRho Mfce. to he with young people. PubHip'worship nod sermon nt S o'clock; subject of sermon, "Borrowing Trouble." There will be n patriotic service of singing, lasting tor fifteen minutes. Tlsttors will find a beertr wet Lf# I ' was a regular for the fleveland club In the late nineties and it was only when his talents as an infielder became so conspicuous that he was taken from the mound. Everyone knows how George Sisler started his career as a pitcher and was shifted to first when his hitting I and baserunnlng were found to be' of more value than his bo* work, j Ty Cobb always wanted t > b( pitcher and several years ago would I i take bit turn on the mound during batting practice. He stopped this -when he found It was Injuring bis throwing trm. It is quite likely Babe Ruth will : land at some other place on the diamond becide the pitching bos 01 account of his hitting power. FmanningTonT i ? ' Returns from Norfolk, i Nathaniel M. Leigh has returned | i irora Norfolk, Virginia, where he was rejected after an examination for the U. S. Naval service. ???? Brother Diet. Mr. and Mra. A. E. McCance are In Oil City, Pa., to attend the funwal of the former's brother, Dr. J. L. McCance of that city. Returns from Kanaaa. H. L. Hawkins and son. Mark Haw kiss nave roiurnea auer Hpeaaiuj several months In the oil fields near Eldorado, Kansas. "Middle" Visits Here. Edward Cordon, of Clarksburg, a Midshipman in the V. 4. Mlvy, is in the city for a visit with friends. Red Cross Benefit. The Senior class of the local high school In a recent meeting has d* cided to give "Claim Allowed" as a commencement play, the proceeds from which will be given to the local fted Cross chapter. Demonstration Tomorrow. Tomorrow's demonstration, when one hundred and forty-six dratted uien will entrain here for Camp Lea is expected to eclipse any patriotic affair ever given in Marion county. The date falling on Sunday will give everyone an opportunity to join in the ovation lor the boys, each of which will be given a comfort kit. Both the Elks and the Woodmen's bands will play. PERSONALS. Mrs. Julia Nutter, of Lost Creek, Harrison county, is the guest of her ton, Orion D. Nutter and family in Center street. Ernest F. MlUan and Jay H. 8turm have returned from a few weeks fishInR trip in Randolph county. Mrs. W. Addis and daufhter. Miss Mabel, and Mrs. Andrew Johnson and child, of Monongah, were recent visitors in the city. The Misses Margaret Furbee and Fay Mead are guests of friends in Morgantown. The Woodman's band held It's weekly concert at Hotel Bartlett last evening. Glenn W. Norman was a business visitor at Brink yesterday. Dr. and Mrs. R. mT Hite. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Bart, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Clayton and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Burt are spending the week-end with friends in Butler, fa. Miss Georgia Neptune of Fairmont, spent Thursday with friends in the city. Mrs. Ellis H. Clover and daughter will spend the week-end with friends in Morgantown. John Deli Igft yesterday tor a business visit in Pltsburg. Pa. Mrs. Francis C. Sturm has gone to Monongah tor a visit with her sister, , Mrs. Decker. Miss Elisabeth Baker Is the guest of friends at Falrview. Matthew Ryan, of St. Clalrsvllle, Ohio, la here tor a visit w'.th his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ryan, In Highland street. Edward Fahey left a few days ago for Dallas, Tesas, where he will be engaged la the oil fields for.some time. Chartee B. MoCray and Charles Jeffrey, of Fairmont, were visitors in the city Thursday. K Joseph, of Shlnnston, spent Thursday with relatives here Mr*. Parry Wolf# apant jMtardty 1 with friend* la Fairmont. " ft Children 0r7 If * FOR FLITCaiR'S . I CA9TORIA' it1 high Jump. His participation in thi . e varied events p-ov-* his versctllif Not on!y that but in the shot he can-.!, within eight inches of the state rr ord and with the regulation discus attained a distance of ninety-one fe-1. Honaker won places in the 100, the pole vault and the discus. Thi* pair will bear watching by the other contestants auMorgantuwn. Freutel, a brother of the Freutel of tract; fame at W. V. L'.. who is now in tha service, won the 100 and 220 dashes coming within a fifth of a second cf the state record In the 100. Mullen with a jump of 19 feet five inches put himself in the forefront of the broad jumpers for Decoration day and Anderson gave a gocd account of himself on both the mile and the half mile Stewart ju the pole vault did nine test and six inchs. In this event he will have lively competition from Lively, of Charleston, tho present title holder, if that individual Is able to compete. The entrants from the smaller schools promise to be big factors a* these institution* will enter only those men whom they figure are certain point winners. Of course Fairmont will have an exceptionally large entry list with two or three men in every event and the mu\ mum number of men entered as a total. This mean* tbat Fairmont tv'll bo one of the mo.it serious contenders In the tntire meet for team honor* md it> I'lnns, Mills, Loar, Turkovleh, Dean sr.d Hess has a sextette of men who w:ll make a strong bid for Individual .honors Loar in the half and quarter has nlready brttered all existing sta'e records at veil as the trials of all i tber candidates at other institutions that have been heard of this pp. in?, howley. of Shinnston high, whose brother was conspicuous fitMt In hig i school meets and for the last three years at the University, will be another individual who will bear watching - Hia specialties arc the distance* and if he can emulate hit br llibtr who helped West Virginia win at the Poun relays last "ear ne wilt do well, in Cox West Union has 1 t.tar p.-rf.or.uer In the clashes and 'he broad jump and f'owlor, Michels ar.d Laiiiiiitt of tho ->ame team are reputed state. Williamstowns though having a limited representation has 'hree star distance men J n i bVilli i s! I) @1 n m WM. ? 'Try'M y" 'ifW% *** wetr ?0 ?' * JEflfli weU m ow j ? 1 <^3^ out'ifi anothe; ?' y liar roads aricTKMMlici caaaecf it Thtrefoin E ;; a singfo region it notN 5.1 i tires tHttsii&ubdprS J Lea* of-aH coCld it-j l! 3 to the TL'STOT sti demands of tires. Mi With'a command ' Sftjg Goodrich Tires do on t ^ section of 'otir^cbuni 11: reads of every" sect in M Tii-es, ( If I U .T'?ri', ' breath i : i ff -H an ago kliu am jo he Will Send Six Star Athletes to Big: High School Meet. Huntington Htgb echool will bave fix Jrilliant performers at least tn the State High acliool track an 1 field meet to be held at Mor*anto.?n on Decoration day. Thos? who ar? expected to shine Icr the mctiopo!;j of the sout.i trn section of *nc *tat> are Wckman Hor.uker. Kr-j-itel. Stewart. Mullen at J Anderson. Woikmatf at.d Hor.iker a-? already smo: g the bs>t known ath. letes in West Virginia, their grondeeds on fho grid'ron 'ast fall haii.i? landed the pair on tbo \i; State fujtball team, Honker bcus captain of the state championship team which represented Huntington and Workman being captain-elect for next year's team. In Huntington high's try-out meet recently Workman was the Individual star scoring flsrt In the shot put and dlarus and ae.-nnd in hr>tn th? 440 and j i I vV SjM9 i ^^JbSEHHraSr lfSjH JZL'jlz _ i Training to be a nur6e (n an array hospital means something more nowadavj than just learning to take tern. peraturc tar.d the like. This photograph show- a nurse who's receiving' instruct!. n.> in the use of a gas mask a? C.'.m.n Ke.arnev CM. Incidentally, also, it s a good close up of a gua ir.a-'.. li pital nrorktra "over there" aro hunted < ut?by the Huns for gas attacks and must be proficient in the usa of th'.ir masks. Hood. Collins and Sutton. aU of whom ' , are enteral in ire utile w .-11 as the two mile. Clarksburg. Weston. Pennsboro,' Mannmgton, Netv Martinsville. Summcraville and the ha'? score or more oilier teams that will be entered each have their stars and the compc'tion at the big meet Is certain *o t e h'glides s. ? I HEALTH HINTS || - - ~ i J j Much is heard of the need for pre ' natal care nowadays. What is pre-; ua.ai tct r . It is foresight and forehanded care ' during pregnaey. It is preventive medicine applied to obstetrics. It in-, creases the chance of the average baby to live, especially through the most perilous period?the first month, i The chief results of prenatal care | are: Reduction of infant mortality of the ' first year at lest 50 per cent. Production of healthier babies and i , of Increased weight. I i It reduces the number of still-births i ! 50 to 60 per rent. It greatly Increases the possibility 1 of maternal nursing, thus lessening I ; one of the most difficult problems of i ! infant welfare work. When prenatal care has been given < there is ureatlv reduced matc-.nal rnor' ality as well as lower sickness rate. I It afTords greater comfort and peace i 1 of mifld to the more or less harrarcd i mother. t i ' T IN THE LONG P Tested at I Rant of the C; jnf ff4 . ivw? n^bfeA8r a i,g.&M.?aaas3SJ|,n of geography in desert path j and < ires.,Some w?;ir Mountain Fleet ! aejpfa^artd wear o Rocky Mountain r^Q&r-at'e, p?cu- 3,'?6t$,860 'in the aitiona are' tho Midland; the Pra ^g^od' service in the Great Plains enougfc'proof of 217372; and T esaHbnwide'uu. 254,012 on a gr raeaeure tires up tours ranging fro thdard, Goodrich New &i0*nd, an Goodrich. E.52L??? Throughout tl K asm joodrich .aent'itS ' selveejttie tiryo i Six Fleets'of P?affBty gmr irty cars, light J* vy, the length and quahtiea df Oood of^our nation' to ?w?y ?>*? egate mileage of ? linear miles, Get the econon 78,744" tire miles, certainty of audi - demanding the 1 'adfic . Fleet con* 4,178,744 miles ov 1M,960 miles on "America's 1s?#< a P. GOODRICH RUBBKR~C??F 1 Brandt: 414 Ijfrflrdc S^-gifc "" '"jj Mirth White i Savings in the Basement Dannemlllcr loose roasted I gcoffee, per lb. B tW Booth* selected California tier* ring in toniato sauce, net contents 15 on.. per 1 J. can CslfTornla Baitlett Pears AC. No 2 1-2 slie cans, can 'Bine Rose" fancy head 4 4 _ rice. per lb II? One pint 3 fid oi can* JKss Wesson oil. per can 1 1-2 lb size cans Criseo. C<|? per con 0^0 Quaker corn flakes, per 1 (L pa. kage " B California evaporated I pe?' hes nnd large size f C. meaty prunes, per lb H Michigan White Soup | benns. per lb IPV Puro cane granulated *u- ft H Medium brown rugar, 11/ A per pound y2? Black Brazilian soup 1 As* be.tnr, per lb. Large size Carnation. Pet, Honor, fl Hebe and Borden's can f Mmilk, per can ? srnr..^ .121/2* I California recleaned Una beans, per lb 10? I I Mir^ruKTnrn^-^ f1ARi"so|f\ OH 'ECONOM y Count if ^ _L At the present time Intaot mortal' Itjr after the first month ie decreasing, due to effective child hygiene work while that before the first month la Increasing. The mortality daring these first weeks of life ean not be educed by postnatal measures. It ana only be reduced by prenatal super* vision This persistent first month mortality among infante presents aa great s problem for the health officer at dees smallpox, scarlet favor, or tafa? lie paralysis. j&ry ?? a wnpass | I A 11 .^highway.; the 55,796 through the If | he Atlantic6 We!* and toar al many I ?n Virginia, through d back to the City of * I I -< - , . V y' - * J t J 1 to' road roughing, ORDS, end BUCK DS, proved them- 1 f durability and de- I ever vpn to in oar verifiA aH the good rich Tirea, and re* ay, the'^firtS I proven service by iret prowd out in I ar American ronda?