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PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COURIEE, 'CONNELLSVILLE, PA\ WEDNESDAY, MAECH 5, 1913. eg*»»S(gg'»!y»»3gg3^^ Evening n l Xiuicy Work. Miss Mary AitU enteruilneU tho Young Ladies' Funcy Work Club lust evening at he? home on Cottuga , wvenue. Luncheon wuj* served und a . very enjoyable evcitliig wns spent. Attvttiovn iti l"*»»dy AV.ork. Tho Ofeenwood LutUes' Funcy Work Club Wtt* entertained ytmterilny utter- noon by Mr*. Uobeit Allen til hor hijmo on Morrell nvvnuo. Greenwood. A dainty luncheon Wfis served. llmiik Offering Swvk'i-s. Tho unnitul thank orferltur aervlcvn of the Woman's Kerelgn Missionary, foclety of tho First Methodist tiplseo- pal Church will be held tomorrow «c- terneon nt the pttrsoHugo on South rittsburg street. Mrs. «. C. Wolf is leader. Oltleliil Itmtrd Meel«. Business of i routine nature wus tmnsactett at the reettlur meeting of tho Official Bourd of the First Moth- oaist Episcopal Church held hist evening In the church, Martin tjtillipr Cln*s to Meet, The Martin Hithor Clnss of the Tttntty Jjtitherntt Sundny School w i l l meet next Wednesday evening at the home of Loo Cries on ISlnu slrcut. Miss Sarnh Seiiton Is teaehtfr. AHotuI tJHWpon Dnwswi. Miss Clnrn Long. Miss Ada S:nt- myer. Mrs. l/dythe Ciu'sun Nlvere. E. O. gantmyer. ititrk Lysltmor, fr» Moon. John rtfown ami Charles Donnelly of Connellsvlllo und Mien Unruus of Chicago were among In* out uf town BUests at an onloyable danuo Btven last ovenln? In the Coelirun bnll- uet hall at Snwson under the committee shtp of deoree Moore, Oaocga Wood, Bnrl Porter nnd Jtoy Henry. Music wns furnished by Klferld's orchestra. DorrM Society Mcct.«. The regular meeting ot the Corona Society wns held yesterday nrterttoan at the homo of Mrs. C.eorgo Munanu on Murphy, avenue. The ntlern'ion was spent In sowing for the poor. The members of the society- nra wry enthusiastic over the success of tho benefit entertainment (riven last Thursday night and wish to thank nil persons who attended nnd contributed toward the good work which la bolns carried on. Aulmnl Officers Cliown. The following officers for the ensuing year wore elected last evening at the regular mcotlnir of the Con- »*ltsvlllo High School A l u m n i : - P r e s - ident. Dr. W. X. Goldsmith: First Vice .President. C. W. Hays; Second Vkc President, t,loj'd Shaw: Third Vlco President. Miss tleulah Ollmoi'e; Fourth Vice President. Miss Frottdn Rhodes: Corresponding Secretary. Miss Alice Sautori liecordlne Sccrc- tnry, Miss Edna Klmniermnn: Treasurer, frcd Frlsbw. The committees appointed are as follows: Executive Committee. Uoyd Shaw. T. Clifford Edmonds and Fred Frisco-; Membership Committee. MlBflcii Cuirilila Munli, Helen Shaw anil .lulla y.lmmermnn: Athletic Committee. Oliver Goldsmith. Harold Clnspur nnd Miss .Toeephine Porter. A rending by Miss Helen Shaw nnd ,» piano solo by MIBH Ethel Bucklna- "ham were well received. The seci'lul of a series of dunces fur members of the Alumni only will bo held Friday evarilng. March 14. in Markell hull. The attendance wns imuswilly Inrm- end the meeting was tho best held for- some time. Mrs. Eltei Holt was elected tlelc- jmte to the s-tiito Assembly to convene nt Gettysburg In May. nt thi? rugulnr mcetlns ot tho Dmi-fliters of ftetaoknh held last evening In Odd Fellows' hull, GROWS BEAUTIFUL, HEAVY HA1R-2S CENT DANDERINE" Destroys ftnntlrtilf--Stop?* ttilltnp Jtu nml Iiivijtornlr!* "Your To be poescssctt of a head oC hravy, beautiful Imlr; soEl, lustroUD. tufty, wavy tinrt frpc leain dandruK Is more Jy a nULttrr tit tigtnx u Hutu £)und0rlno It ts easy nnd ittcxponalvc to have nice, soft hntr und lots of It. JUKI gpt a 2" cent bolttp ot Knowlum'H Dtinderinc r.ow^-ull druse stores rut: ommontl It--apply tt lltllo t»s dtrectud mid w i t h i n sen minutes there will an appe.iruncc of abundp.nuo; frosh- ne~^. fluninrps nnd tin incornpuratilo gloss und lustre titid try u» you will you cunnot Und « ti'ace of dundruft »r futltns hatri but y^ur rctil eufprUo will be titter iibnuc two wjjks' uac. whan you wlll.fc new hutr-- f ino and downy at first--yejt--but really new hutr-- sprouting out ult over your BC*L!P Dnndcflno Is. we bollcvc. the only auro hittr grower: destroyer of dundruft «nd cure for Itchy scalp nnd It never fails to stop ftitlfngf luUr ut once. If you want to provL- how pretty and s-jft your half really Is, moisten cloth with ti little Danduilno nnd carefully draw it through your hall taking one email strntui nt u litre. Your hnir w t t l be soft, (flossy ' and beautiful In Just » few moments--n delightful surprise nwnlta everyone who tries this.--Advertisement. Knlf M Century of ItunldtiR. Flft years ngo, t''ebrtiary 25tH. Abraham Lincoln signed tho bill whkh established tho Nnlktinl B n n k l n g System which has proved itself to bd a better system of bunking thnn the former Stiilo biinklns plan. No thouslitful person would consider go- Ing back to the system of Imiikl which was in vogue before the y 1863. The Cltlncns National nnnlc of Coiineilsvtlle. Is n Nn.tlor.ul Bank under the United States Government supervision. 135 Plttsburg street.-Adv. MuLnttKtillti Is Burled. largely attended wns tho funernl of Herbert ^fctxlUghlln held yester- dny afternoon nt 'j o'clock from his home on £*ulnskl street. Many mem* bers of the B. of I., t'. and K. were present. The Itev. U. C. Wplf, pastor of the First Methodist UplscopnA church olflctulert. The pallbearers Husselt Zearfoss, Roy Bostey. Harry Lincoln. Chnrles Umbel, Robert Knepper nnd John Moyles, COUNCILMEN HAVE SHARP TILT OVER NEWPOLICE FORCE (Contlucd from Page One.) Thomas MueDoimUl, Andrew C. Lemon, of LTnlorttown; Emort C. King 1 , o f . Croofwburg; J. D. Humphries, of Mo- noneithelu City; T. J. Hiiley, ot Mount PlentuinU H. N'. Laley. oC Smithton, and Harry atump, ot Snyclertown. "An effort ahottlcl bu iiiado to «e-, euro clttaeng of Connoltavllln on tho Corcc," Hlottcr «altl. "Why u h u u l d It bo ncccsttitry to t?o outyldo oC ou*' own town to Hfieml the tnxpnyora* money?" He thf?n mitctc the amendment »ro- vldinff that tuxp;iyors oC town uo auh- stltutoct for tlifi ii|)potntOG3 tinnouiu'orl by Chairman HeUol. Sam rirant seconded tho urticndttient and ufKiicd in favor of its adoption. "In the flrnt pluno," ho said, "I'm Opposed to tUo rocommcnlatlon» of thiit committee. I'm ti momber of it, but I never ngrcvd tt' the appointment of those men t:o thu fofCT." Chalrmnn FrJel tlcclarod the amendment out of order. Following tho tilt, Secretary Dislor rend tha, rtrnft of un ordinance pro- x'lding for tho pavlnrr of l.POO fuot oC \V,vsh!ngrton nvenue, Ironi .Unco vo I'lttHburp stroots, with vltrlHod brick. It wan adopted on Ilrat reading. "\Vh«n there wns no report coming from Chalrmtin Stoncr when Public Safely WHS called Counclimnn Hay Inquired what prosrcua Is being mado toward ftecurlng* tinlCurms for tho (Iro department. Stoncr reMlcd thai the matter has boon taken up with Lho llromen and that they ItUe/iil to pro- euro uniforms nt an early dntc. Upon mottott by Koosor the roffHlnr mootlnp night of Counctt waa changed from tl»o Ilrst and third Tuesday In tho month, to the llrst und third Thursday".' The" reason-'attrlhuLerl for this action is that the preser. meeting nlpht Is Inconvenient to many of tho Councllmen \vho find It noceBsary to nojrlcct other moutlngs to attend sois- slona of Council. The next niccLinK of th« body, therefore, will be held on March 20. *W. R. Lincoln addressed Council. asking that a sewer bo laid t»o that ho can aecure eonnoctlonH for dig proportion on Patterson and Chestnut streets. Tho matter was placed In the hniul* of tho Sewer Committee; Th^ Bury««f and Boroush Sacro- tary we'ro directed to enter" Into an agreement with the HaincH-Kurtx Company for the Installation of a aew- nr on Davidson avenue^ Tho . tlrra agrees to lay a newer i!30 f««t lonw on, the thoroughfare and maintain It nt their own expense for a period of throe years, at tho end ot which tlmo the borough Is to purchase It at lh« original cost of conHtrucllon. Under the head o f ' "Itallroads," Chairman IJrennan reported that the committee hud held a conference with J. JI, Gumheti of the T'ennaylvanla, railroad for the purpose, ofconslder- IHK plans of improving facilities for b u n d l i n g freight f r o m towu over Iho t'otuiBylvanla rtillroad and to dlscitfla plans for adopting safety rncaMuri'H at *yrado croptfliiKy. Tho ffrWt .'request of the commJttna wtw.that the railroad company plnco an automatic belt or station a watchman ut t*uch prado crosHlng la '.he borough'. ' The second wets that fuclH- tk-s for hnndllitK JfrcltflU IK.' Improved. Tho third provided for the opening of Murphy avenue, where a crossing Is demanded, and the fourth was that needed repairs bo mudo to Arch street. -Mr. Gumbes declared that his company Is willing to do whatever* Is right In the way of granting the re* o,uc8ts. and recommended that tho committee hftvo Council H u b m i t ita proposition to tho railroad for consideration. TirB HANK DO IT. Curt! ot 'Chunk-. Till*, nnd Mf0. Mtcha^t AtcLauichltn tleslfe Io (hunk Uii?lr nuuiy /rlonds utxl ttcqualntaucos for thclf ktndnuss nn] jynipathy 1urlng tho lltnosit und following the tlenth of tholr son, H. M. McUiUghiin.--Aitv, Xittllc Incident* Showing tho Yalmi o| n Itmilc'.s Sci'vlct'H. Last October, tho First National Batik of Connollsvtllo ndvlHctl a nmn who owed $2- to u pnrty In nn Ohio town, to mako payment with a b u n k rlrnCt. Lust WRCk It became necosHary lo prove tlmt pay men t hnd boon made. The Flrat Kiiliurml produced the canceled draft, showing tho endorsement ot the payee--»n absolutely Indisputable evidence ot payment. Not lonjr ngo, n, depositor of tho First National proved n. payment mttdo to nn Administrator by prodttc Ing a puld check for $3'J.14. No oLhor receipt WHH nccemtiry. Those Incldentn ahow tho wisdom of triUituicUnv bu»lno»» through bank--tht advantage of puylnir by check or draft. Larico or small, your account l« cordially Invited by tho First National.--Adv. - Thi SAILORS MKJ3T DEATH. Gcrnuins Lo*o TJ!VC» Wltcn Cruiser Sink?* Torpedo Xtont. ; HAMBURG, Oernmny. March 5.-Fifty mon were drowned last night whon thu Oorman culwor Vbrko struck and sank tho torpedo boat, S 178, during night maneuvers. Tho collision occurred near Heligoland. , Th» cre\v of Iho S ITS consisted of 83 men, only 15 of whom escaped. Kniorialns Her Class. Mlmr Kstella Jones ontcrtalnotl Cla»* No. 6 ot tho Mcthodlat Episcopal Sunday uchool ot Vanderbllt last Frl day evening. Tho claaa consists of u number of young mon and women. Tho evening wa« delightfully spent at various games and muale. A dainty luncheon was nerved by the hostess. Tho trustees of the church and thcit wive* w«r« entertained Tuesday evening by Mr. nnd Mra. J. B. HtmderHon, ITIs Arm. / ITaraton Younkln, 27 years old, employed by tho United Lumber Company at Humbert, had hla right arm cut off In a saw* mill this morning about G o'clock. He waa brought to. ConnoJUvlllo and removed to tho Cottage State hospital. At noon today ho waa reported to bo resting easily. 1.4 Oeml nt/SoulKon. Robert Sholloy, 8-1 years old, dead at his homo at Scullton. Ho camo to Hcullton 46 years ago, and tlrsl employed on the railroad between ConnclluvillQ nnd Cumberland. One Cent n Word for classified advert! semen la. Try thorn. IS Is the President's Room in the Capitol Which President Wilson Will Use When Congress Is in Session. Tho condition of Mrs. · GOO-TEG Fuehrer who ifl lit at her homo at Lolsenrlng: No. 1, ia Improving. Kxporltiiicod cake bakers vranted at tho Woman's Exchange. Apply in KIDNEYS CLOGGED? Amos Kidney 'pills Will Drive Out AJl Impurities or Moi.ej- Uncl;:. Pcrhiips you don't know It but tho chances are ten to: ono that your kidneys need cleaning. Then why tq,ko any chances? Get a box of Ames Kidney Pills today. If » »*«im«»»... uvpy. y ... your htanoy»-ncs6d renovating theao a l l - 8 S t t - 2 Trl-Stnto.--«K.dv. P" s wl11 surely d o - t h e work; l£ tr.ey Harry Berlin haa returned homo'· do not nci?ci renovating Ames Kidney from AVashlngtou whcro ho attended I p i n » c n n l1 ° ' ou n o - h a r m , but on tho the inauguration. · I -'thcr hand will act on tha blood und Mrs. Charles Collins and 'JKiby went to Ohlopyle this morning to visit rt- i Futivos. : I spent sevornl weeks In New ' York getting ready for your Spring trade and now have every mew fabric '· and fnnhloa plate reads- for your Inspection. Davtj Cohen, Tailor. -- AUvV Mr. and Mrs. P. J. AtJ,ams who have buen at Mt, Clemens, Mich., for the past several weeks, will arrtv: home tomorrow. Tho t r i p was made build you up. Buclcnoho, sldonche, sharp shooting pains, nil kidney, bladder and siomuf.h troublo Quickly pass away when Amos Klldnoy Pills aro uaud. They are guaranteed by A. A. Clark nnd tho prlcela only 50 crints a box. ICH Chemical Co., Corry, Pa.--Ad- for the i t of Mr. Adnrca. who has been MiifTorlng from rhuumutlsm. A f t e r taklny th« wilt bat ha hc» is g-ruatly Improved, Mrs, J. I 1 . K. Miller olt ScottOalo, and i!aught«r, Mrs. "VVilltum Hluhard- s«n of JiU*inlii«lianj, Ala.,, , vuro In town ycBtonJay. Miss Kjiffoti. Grnduatci ^i'uryc. Beit Phono TOO, ConnellsvIHe, Pa. -- Adv. John l'UiKor« of UOK«I*S Mill, was call lit FT on ConnallsvUlo frUmcla y«B- terday. /Mr. «ntJ T. B. Don.nelly and Mrs. J, i:t. Stiidcr ar« In Plttsljurg today. Mrs. Charles PulnUu* anil dau^htor, Miss Qdlth, of Dawnon, aro In PUtn- burfi- today. M'rs. Theotloro Marietta of Ohlo- pylo, vlslturl frlend.s hero yijaterdny. Mrs. Iturry K. Bctrlln and Mrs. M. Jo rda n havu returned ho m"6 fro m Invln whoro they wore c;(.llod by tho death of their sister. Mm. James \Vhalen, A. .f. Buttcrmoro and V. T. Clnrk wore in 'Plttauuritt yeyterday attending the n u torn obi lo nltow. Mr. and M^H. O. P. Hess and daughter. Isabel!, of Asplmvall, aro visiting relatives here. % Mr. and Mrs. IT, M. Levlnson wero in Unfojitown youterdrty, Mrs. John Hush and Mrs. Jonas Cover wore ut Dunfoiu* yesterday attfiiidliiu a wurprtse party tcnderod Mrs. Cecelia McIIhaney. The affair was- .arranged by hor olstcr, Mrs. .Benjamin Fraze:* of PlLtaburg. Lewla Levlnson was In Greensburg' on Monday. S. E. Frock of Tj'nlontown, was in town today. Experienced cake bakers., wanted at tho Roman's Kxchanso. .Apply In person or cull 8SH-K Trl-Sttitc. -- Adv. F. K. Yodor, principal of tho "West Sirio schools, who has been 111 of ty- phoLd pneumonia since the. holidays, wus taken to St. Francis . hospital, Plttsbursr this morning. Dr. and Mrs. Hush Bakor will leave in it week for tho Bermuda Islands. They will bo gono for two or three weeks. , : DIES IN UN10NTQWN AVIfc ot .VnnclorMlt Man Sucotimbs to un Oponilion. ' Mrs. Cathorino Foster Murray,;wK'c ot Nowton Murray of VnncJorbilt, died Moncluy nlpht at midnight at.,tho Union town hospital following un op oration porfortnccl on Saturday. , Sho never rallied 'from tho operation. 3fu- nern.1 tomorrow n/ternoan ' lit 1.30 o'clock from the homo of her son, Clu-ronco Murray on Union stroot. Bnst 'Liberty. Tho^lev. Mr. Malnurtl will offlclatc. Interment In Dlckeraon Hun Union Cemetery. .Mrs. Murray was 52 years old and was one ot tho most widely known and hlxhly rcspoctod rcaldonta of Vandor- blit. In addition to hor huaband aho in survived by Iho following 1 children.* Mrs. T. B. Stoncr of Wheeler, Mrs. Samplo' Cochrart, of Connellsvllle; Claruncc Murray oJ! Bust liberty; Mrs, O. P. McLaughlln, Mra. C. E. Budd, V/ind*rbflt, and Albert JV) urrny - tf Plttsbui'S 1 . Throe slaters. Mrs. C, A. Port and Mra. John Shelton of C'on- nollflvUlo. and Mrs.'Harriet Fuller of Vanclorbllt. ulao survive. 1Ics nt "West Xcwton. Following a short Hlnoss Mrs. Elizabeth Regnr, ngoc'I 83 years, dled'yoa- turdii.y nt her,homo at "West Newton. She Is survived by hor husband J. R. ftegar and (wo daughters, Mrs. J, p. Osbornn of \Vtist Newton, and Mrs. Jnmoa Brandt of Now Younpstown, O. Mn. Kftgar was a sister-in-law of the lato Henry Rea'O-r of Connellsvillo. COI.OIiKO WOMAN DKA1. Mrs. Kydtwy Tjitney SurriTtxl by a IjHrflco ITnmJIy, JUVj?. Sydney Anna Z*atnoy, colored, 2 yours old, dl«d thtfi morning at hor homo. No, ^'25 KiLHt Pefich n e r u l Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock f r o m her homo. · I n t e r m e n t in Hill drove cemetery. Her husband, T f o w u r d T.atrity, and I ho following children survtvo: C. ILynch, A r t h u r W., Henry J., Bonjumtn, -3rol11c, Mra. \VaUcr ilkor. One j.;mnd»on, one Histor, Mrs. Phillips Bankfi, a brother, Harden bewis oC ^Tjtford, Pa., and a hulf brother, .Henry Brandls oC Cincinnati ulso 'survtvo. Women Won't Tolerate C A T A R R H . They Know Booth's Hyomel Will Cure nnd They Use Jt Intelligently. How many women:0f refinement do you see. parading dleg-ustlng- symptoms of catarrh before tho world? Not one in a thousand, "Women have pjitienco; a great deal more of it than men. Moat of them, know that HYOMEI will banish catarrh if used properly and they use 1C regularly because they roallzo what a genuine bleaslng 1 i t . i s to bo rid of suoh a vile disease. , : People don't contract catarrh In a day; they can't expect to g-«t rid o£ It In a day. If you really want t o . f r e e yourselt from tho pgwer o'f persistent catarrh microbes get a Tll'OMJSi; 'outfit today, brt-ialhe regularly and kill tho perms. There is no Htomach dosing;; the dli'ec.!.linis aro simple 'und cually fol- oa, a complete HYOMBL outfit In- cludlrip · pocket' inhaler $11.00, extra bo'ttlori of ."HYOMEI 1 if , ! afterward needed 50 cents at dnigeists everywhere. Guaranteed for catarrh, co ugh s, colds. MJI in orders tilled. arpeH prepaid by Booth's Hyomel Co., Buffalo, N, Y. Booklet'on catarrh free. A. A. Clarke guarantees It.-Advertisement. IJIen In Gr 'Mrs. Surah 13. Jones, wife oC W, L. Jonea, died, Monday afternoon at her homo in Qrocnubure following 1 a three months' Uiness. She was H5 years old. In addition to her huwbanci who la survived by tho following children; Mrs, Henry Rlchter of ConncHsville, Miss Emma Jonoa oC Dawj.'on, Mrs. Nannie S. KufC ot Mrs. Alice Krepps and J. Alfred Jones of Greonu- burg. Funeral services were held thin afternoon at 2 o'clock. Ml. Plcftsnni CJiurcJi Iet»tin^. A tllutrict meeting 1 will convene Thursday evening in tho Free Methodist church at Mount Pleasant and will close on Sundiiy evening. Revival services. .will be held each ovoni with tho 'Rev. 'W. "W". Splker, District Rider, In charge- About a doscn ministers and, many delegate^ from tho different circuits in tho district will attend. Classified Advertisements Cost but one ! cent a word, and bring results. Try them. Divide The present high coat of And Multiply tho ' energy, of Ilrnin Itnd Body liy hH.vtnfi ·» regular morning dish of Grape-Wats AND OKEAM:. A single pnctoigo of this ready- to-eat food ( from any jeroccr, will niiikb' niaiiy break- fasts--crispj -uprcUxin^ and full oC siibstantlnl, wcH-baltuicttil nonrlsJuncnt. ThousRncls cnt . Grnpe-Nuts' and cream for breakfast · Trlni Tells why. ' "There's a Reason'* Abe Martin. Madam o Kouralpla., tit' clairvoyant stoppin' at th' Now Palace Hut-tol. told Fawn T.lppincut, that sho Tvould marry ,a tall, dark, .romantic laokln' fellei' "without a traclo nn 'w'ould bo vary unhappy. . It haint allus th 1 doctor with th' open mil/Tier that him th' most practice. ggj^vvvvwvv^ - The Telephone Knows No Wind or Rain "Thie storm doesn't seem to let up, and I'm afraid I can't |jet lo tee you to-day, Bufc I can readily explain to you over the telephone just what I want, and we can both save no end of time and trouble." Isn't thi» the anawer? With an "alway*-on-duty" Bell Telephone, there need never be a break in the home routine whether it be a down-town engagement for milady or merely her order to.the grocer. ; ; The Bell Telephone i» "with you" all the time-in munthine or in ttorm. If you haven't a Bell Telephone, arrange for its installation to-day. Call the Business Office NOW. The C. D. P. Tel. Co., Thomas Simpson, Agent, Connellsville, Pa. IJaily Courier, March 5, 1913. ^·'YOU'LL ; NEVER -NEED TO BUY .ANOTHER::; BLADE'' miiw^^ V' Pr«*«nt the above coupon jfct this office, with ^_ " ** _ n _"i \ _ - I,the coil Mnouat of expaane Items nunvd b«1ow t and get thU Outfit tiwt h»» nuute self-Biumxig* popular. flfcff OA Ready to use, all complete, contains one Safety ****^ Razor, one quick stropper, one Genuine Horse VE ?J*S? ARP Hide Strop, Six Sharp Steel Blades, one box OUTFIT Very Sharp Dressing, which applied to the strop a little at a time will keep the .blades sharp forever. - This complete self-sbaving outfit makes shaving. V pleasure at any and all times. Present Six Coupons I Of}** ·with the. cost' amount- of expense items which is o n l y - O«rC * Bv Mafl OB the Same Terms, but Include 6 Cento. - Addition*] for Footage. Why Women Have Nerves ,,, !Ehe, "blues"-- anxtefy-- sleeplessness-- and warnings of pain and dls-R* Mnt by the nerves like flying messengers throughout body and' ' limbs. Such feelings may or may not be accompanied by backache or headache or bearing down. The local disorders and Inflammation, il there Is any, should be treated with Dr. Pierce's Lotion Tablets. Then the nervous system and the entire womanly make-up feels the tonic effect of DR. PIERCE'S FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION when taken systematically and for any period of time. It is not a"cure-all," but has given uniform satisfaction for over forty years, being designed for; f far »inglf purpose of curing woman's .peculiar ailments. Sold in liquid form or tablet* by druggist*--or send SO one-cent stamps for a box of Dr. Pierce'* Favorite Prescription Tablets. Ad. Dr. R.V. Pierce, Buffalo, N.Y. Ectru woman utfhi to fsotntr The Ptopiti' Com-non Strut Mtdical J$J. olxr k f R.V. Pierce, A/.D. 1008 Pegu. It arutttn question* of xx-- Teaefta mother* hoTo lo core "for tfxir t. cMldicn and tAemsefvcs. It j the tmer- (encv doctor in your oon Aome. SenJ {3lone-C*ntataminto " "' BAD BREATH It*d Your Pnty to Got at the Cause und Kemfivc It--A Word to tbc Wist!/ Ifou Know. !Dr. Edwards OHve Tablets, the sub- stHute for calomel, oil the bowels and positively clo the work; People afflicted with l^ad "breath find tiutclc rullcl through Dr. Edwards* Ollvo Tnblcts. Tho pleasant sugarcoated tablets n,?'c taken for bad breath by all who know thorn. OJtve Tablets act gently but firmly f on tho bowels and liver, atimulatinq:; them, to nu.tural action, clearing the talooti and gently purifying the entire system of impurities. Thoy do all 'that dangerous calomel does w i t h o u t any ot tho bad after effects. All the benefits of nasty, sickening, griping cathartics ara derived from Olive Tablets without gripping, pfiin or dlaaeroeablo effects of any kind. Xi-. F. jH". Edwards discovsred tho formula after seventeen years of practice among- patients afflicted with.' bowol and liver complaint .with tho attendant bad breath. OILve Tablets are a purely vegetable compound mixed with olive oil. Take ono every night for ij. week and noto the effect. "Every Httlo Ollvo Tablet haa a. movement all its own." lOc and 25c per box. The Olive Tablet Company, Columbus, O.---Advertisement. To 325 Seniors A LIFE-LICENSE TO TEACH will be awarded to 325 Seniors at The Pennsylvania State Normal School IN JUNE You can make a start toward earning this document by enrolling at the opening of the TO. \,, ,*A T. SPRING TERM, APRIL 8th. 'SfJ^cw^ Xrfrfr... th* Principal DR. JAMES £. AMENT -.-. INDIANA. PA. BEAD THE DOUHIEE. Quick W ".· ' Ignition Pewtrfi], cliu «ipl«kn. No carbon. IWaverly Gasoline · r«(ined--dUtUled--not crude FREE-320 pu; boci-Jl WAVERLY OIL WORKS CO.» s h. P». LAMPOIL3 LUBRICANTS TEY OUR WANT ADS. QUR TIME, " knowledge ·and experience in (lie printing business. When you are in need of tKing in this line DON'T FORGET THIS

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