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(JuuiU-EJtt, vXJNNa'JuX.bTILlJE, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 191S. '. Â· Miss Sarah Murray, of Pittsburg, a j Point View Carm. on the Vanderbilt - " ' member oC the Graduate Nurses asso- i road, were. in town this morning on ^ - ciation of Western Pejinsylvania will] their way to Jersey Church to attend - speak to all Fayette county members i tnef uneral of Mrs. Forsythe's sister, Â·Â·Â·" ol the alumni and graduate nurses Â· Mrs. Emma J, Barnes. Â· Tuesday evening, February 5, ia the j See W. S. Hart at Arcade today.-- : - nurses' home in the Uniontown EOS- i Adv--l-2t. pital. Miss Murray isjon an extensive j Mrs. Milton Daniels, ot Ohlopyle, is tour of the stats thai is virtually a ! visiting relatives here, "recruiting campaign, lor student j -Irs. G. N. "Wood, of East Apple .. nurses. On account of the many street, is visiting in Pittsburg today. -.': graduates nurses leaving for war pur- j .-Madam Aura May, famous Gypsy. poses in France an effort is being made to further perfect tae nurses organization at home and 'give, other Â· -- training ii needed^for-ihc war zone.. . Â· Â· - Mr. and Mrs. John Wilder aifl Mr. .": and Mrs. Herbert -Pratt jrere- among ;; the out of town persons at a success:. ful birthday party given last evening ; in. the parish house ot St. John's in '. the .Wilderness Episcopal church at. ; Btrabar. A number ot guests from ~ BrownsTille and Unioniown also at." tended. .; ConneltonBe Day -will be observed Â·; at the sfflm-monttly meeting of the ;; Woman's Culture club to be held Mon:; day. afternoon, at the home of. Mrs. ;; Charles Stouffer to South Pittsburg. ::TSe program betns .^continuation of :: the one presented .at the last -meeting ~ - of thejciai), .the. meeting, promises to - - be a moat Interesting one. It is hoped ;- that there will be a large attendance Â·--of members. ; - ,,..,.. -- The Corticelli JTaacywork club -was Â· delishttuUy. entertained. .Thursday erv-eifin'i;VT}yTiirs;:Br:j:' Ensiey .at "hÂ«r : istreet, _'Greeawood. Queen at "Ye. Old Time Festival" next Wednesday evening. Odd Fellows' temple. Admission. 10.C.--arty. 2-lt. Miss Irene Hopkins, :'a.. student at ttfe -University of . Fittsburs. arrived home last~,night to spend tte weekend witt her parents. 3rfr. and Mrs. 'Harry Hopkins pt South" Arch street. Dr. S. G. iTcCunc, of Buena' Vista, formerly of ConnellsviHc, was in town yesterday on business. Mrs. C. W. Hays and son. Page, of Wllkinsburg, are visiting the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Bryner, of "Vine street. Patronize those who (DAWSON WOMAN KNITS 133 ARTICLES FOR MEN IN THE SERVICE ttrs. M. K. Strawn Is Acclaimed the Champion With the Xeedles in 1 Vest-cm I'finnsyh'aBia. The fhampionshJp Tor. knitting for the Red Cross and Comforts Branch Â·of the Navy League in Western Pennsylvania is credited to Mrs. M. B. Str.aw'u ot . D.ivvson. Since June 15 Mrs. Strawn has knitted a total ot 133 articles Cor _ the two organizations sfce devotes her entire time to and is stilt forging-ahead. Mrs. SLrawn lias completed ami turacd over 12 [ull sets of five pieces each, 16, extra sweaters, 14 extra hel- raentjs, three scarfs, three pairs of socks and 17 pairs of wristlets. Along with this work Mrs.- Stravu has found time to give instruction in knitting to many others and has assisted in forming branches oÂ£ the Red Gross "and Navy League elsewhere. She' is chairman of the Dawson branch of the Charleston Comforts I committee. * CHAMPIONSHIP GAME Coimcllsrillc independents and Scott-1 dale Girls to Play. A game between the Connollsville Independent girls team and the Scottdale girls for tho championship of Fayette.Snd Westmoreland counties in the territory covered by this city and the Mill Town is being arranged to be playeil the week of February 17 to 23. The game will probably be on the 20Ui anfl will be staged in Mt. Pheasant on a neutral floor. The Conncllsville Independents a team composed of players from the Ionian and Soutii Conncllsville lineups. The Scottdalo girls' have played here several times this season and are known to the basketball fans hers as a team of clever players. Wednesday, February 13, the Lndy Xaccabee team and the Scottdale girls will plÂ£y a game in the Scottdale Y. M. C. A. gym for the benefit ot the Red Cross there. Every admission paid wil! be turacd over to the Rod Cross. I NAIRN MEETINGS Come to Close Tomorrow in the C. 1*. 'Church. Tomorrow morning at D:45 o'clock" H. "W*, Nairn, D. D., will give Koother of headdresses on "Soul Winning:" to the comjjjned adult department of the United Presbyterian Sabbath school. The subject -will be "Quail fica Lions for Soul Winning/' Tomorrow is Dr. Nairn's last day with the local congregation. In the morning at H o'clock he will preach on thÂ£ topic, "A Father's Lovo", and in the even- %OIXSMAN" Benefit PlÂ»y Â»t Soisson TSwtre J Tuesday. ,, "God's Man," the first photoplay to portray New York's under-world and Its influences upon tbe surface exfe-.j ing. on ^ e t op ic, "Great Salvation." Th.e3rceni.ng was spent in knitting for ] hovel. tcnce with reality and truth, will be presentedTuesaar afternoon and evening at the Soisson thÂ«atre for the beneBt ot the Navy League. The production Js in nine acts and is a ver- srdn. oÂ£ George - Bronson Howard's the^sojdders and sailors. Dainty refreshments were served. Mrs. James ComiJfWill entertain "the club Ta'nrs- dai.'"erÂ«iiiiÂ£. February 14, at her home in .Eighth street. Greenwood. Ten., 'members and two guests at- ten~ded'a very .enjoyable meeting, of ther'Busy Twelve. club at which Mrs. J. XtSIeighter was hostess. last ey.es.- ing^at-her home in Greenwood. ..The evening' wa? spent at knitting -and crocheting. A well p.pppinted ; ruacneon was: served. Mrs. ]i. FV'-^w"agaman wiH:Uentertain the club "JF*ridaT" eym- ing.Tebruary 15, at her 1 honi:ia Ninth ThV-anoual covered dish luncheon ' of the; Greenwood Ladies' Fancywork cluh will- be held Tuesday afternoon at tKerhome of Mrs. Laura Piersol in Morrell "avenue, Greenwood. The aa- nua!_ : 'electfon of officers - wilt. ._ take place and a large attendance of/member^' is 'desired- - . . y*t~C. C. Bittner and Mrs. George H.\Shttmaker will be joint Jiostesses at theiregular meeting of the .Woman's -MisSonary Society of the Trinity Reformed church to be held Thursday Â·evening; at thÂ» home of the former in Bigbth"street, Greenwood. Â· .. :V-' TKe-.:Colonial Imt .was the scene of a very delightful dance given, last nigh't.3y ^he men of the cast ol "The Spring- Bonnet" for the members of the entire cast. The dance was given at the- ctose ol the performance. Light refreshments were served. PERSONALS. .Ivan Rosenbaum, of Union^. town,2is the guest of her sister, Mrs. \VaHeiÂ£N. Goldsmith. " .'.': ' 'irne Festival" by Woman's (}u~ild--of Trinity Episcopal church, nerp 'Wednesday t-vening, February 6thi" Odd Fellows' temple, South Pitts- --adV/2-lt. Miss* iinanda B. Caretti went to Pittsfcurg this afternoon for a lew with friends. _ hats; including ucfidfiSned-.' shapes. Sale "price from 50"ccntst6 ?2.00r formerly priced $4.00 to J6.00. Among these yon will find Â· Â·- many desirable things. "McFarland's, -- Apple St.--Adv.--l-2t Â· - ' .Mrs. Corinne V. -Borland, ot Mc;" KeesportT^is'tKe "giiiest of-MVsJ'H. P.' Â·] Snyder.."Â·Â£-'Â·"" " Â» Â·.-_ Vocal-solo by Professors-Hiviland ; add Woodhead our popular high .". school teachers at "Ye. Old Time.Fes- ;-. tival" next TVednvsday.'evening. Odd. :' Fellows' temple.--adv. 1-lt, ". : . Mrs. Anna B. Scbmltz went"to -Pitts-" -Â· burg this morning to spend tie lay. ''Â·] The best place _to -shop alter all. Â· Â· Browntli Shoe Co.--AUv. Â·; ilrs. John Evans, of Gallatin ave- -Â· nue, went to Pittsburg this morning ;- to visit her daughter, Mrs. T..B. Smith. '.\ If it is white Qr_ black tennis^ siloes ~~ DoVt^ Sboe Store ""have them---'all '.'. sizes.--Adv--l-3t. , . " Mrs. Thomas NeeTis.-spsnaiiig the -- day in Pittsburg. -- One lot of winter hats, including - : imtrimmed shapes.. Sale price from -Â· 50 beats to $2.00;-formerly_priced ?4.00 i Â· : to $6.00. Among-these'you--win-find'! Â«H. B. Warner is in the leading role. The play attains dramatic effects through photographic reproduction of the material with which it deate. The picture is one of exceptional interest especially to those who- know Nen York as most of the scenes arc lad in and about that city. The unnatural living ot the poor in. vast-wastes of the slums and the equally forced living of the "over fed, underbred rich," wbo 'indulge, a. moral madness which "almost taxes them b'eyond endurance U the frenzied seeking of happiness where It" is, not to be found, are set forth, in vivid portrayal. .'.Mr. Warner iÂ» 'supported"by. ; a cast of "unusual ex- 'cellence.' LEFT #0.000ESTATE Children Heneficiaries in Will Of Xra. " Knuna Vance. The will ol Bmma. Vance, who died at her home in Conneilsryip in.Janu- ary., was ^admitted to probate Friday afternoon.' The estate is,valued at about $10,000 of which_?l;000 is personal property and the remainder real estate. .All the property isMocated at Connellsville with the Â· exception of one piece of real estate on the Northside. Pittsburg-1 . A H the just obligations of the .estate and funeral expenses are flrst of all to .be paid, after which Mary Elizabeth, at home," fs to have the "household effects, piano, etc., and receive the income from the Pittsburg property." The residue and remainder of the estate is- to bs divided: in -five shares, one of which goes to. each of j the children, Mary Elizabeth, Con- nerlsville; Lewis, in the Davy yard at Washington, D. C.; Mrs. James Frew, Charleroi: John Inghram Vance, Connellsville and Mrs. Joseph E. Grey, of Piltsbur^. Sabbath evening two wall mottoes will be given, to the two largest (ami- lies with all members present. Out of hundreds. Evangelist Nairn yesterday afternoon picked ten cases o f ' remarkable were as follows: conversions. They An unsaved church member, a man willing to join the church but unsaved, a trifler Â»;ith truth, a drunkard, a gambler, a thief, a murderer, an agnostic, and one 'thought to have committed the unpardonable sin. PLAT SCOTTOALE TOXIGHT. Connellsville High lliulccibuli TeÂ»m lias Hard Ganve Tonight The . Connellsville" high school basketball team will play, a game with Scottdale high "at the Scotldalc Y. M. C. A. tonight at 8.35. The locals will leave here on the 7 o'clock street car. A large crowd of roofers are expect,ed to accompany the team to the Mill Town. The high school there has a good lineup this year, and although this is the first season the local boys have ever been together they are expected to give their opponents a tussle. Jfotice. To the Patrons of the Railroads: Much ot the freight congestion in this district is due to failure of some consignees to take their freight away from freight stations and team tracks promptly. The 'Operating Committee, acting"under the authority of the Director General of Railroads, hereby calls upon shippers and consignees THREE PAYS BREADLESS x r Town of Somerfield Completely Cat Off From OutsWe Worirt." As a result of the sto-rm 0f the first. of tbe week tbÂ« town, of Soraerficld \vas completely cut off from communication T^ith the outside world for four days, three of which were breadlessj to the inhabitants. They depended upon the smaJ! stores but these could secure no supplies, the Confluence Oakland branch of the Baltimore Ohio railroad being snowbound and no traffic, passing over the pike. The arrival of tbe mail carrier on the fourth day, bringing mail and sup-! ~~r=^7 ply ot bread and other edibles greeted with, cheers. RED CROSS SHIPMENT Oof B!p Assortment Of Articles Sen! From Dtifl-son, TUc Dairson Red Cross unit yesterday shipped tx headquarters the following articles: 52 bod sheets, 3- pajama suits, 33 sweaters, 22 pairs of socks, and three scarfs. All the articles were made in the nir.e days preceding. committee at work, Mrs. Harry Cochran secretary and Mrs. M. Hecklinger shipping clerk. CHEERFUL WORDS Made of Hgri grade cocoa ' beans skil- fully blended and manufactur ed process, without use of chemicals. is absolutely and wholesome its flavor is made only by WALTER BAER There are in tbe United States today more than 10,01 persons! -who are totally blind because their eyes were n glected during the first few days ol life. Many more are par ly blind for the same reason. Prevent this blindness and correct other eye troubles. Ask for booklet-EYES THAT SEE QFTOMETKIST AM) OPTICIAN TVooIworth Buiidiiig. The highest grade, most efficient Optical service in Coi nellsville. MRS. EMMA J. BARNES. Mrs. I-Jminu Jane Barm-s cited very Â· suddenly Thursday at her borne in Pituiburg. Ttie body was la-ken 10 Jersey Chureb. noar Conlluence, ibis : morning on Baltimore- Â£ Ohio train No. S aud removed to the churc!] j .there for services. Mrs. Barnes was j a widow [tnd tor a n'.mi'.K.'r of years i bad -resided in Pittsburg. She w.s i Mrs. It A. Baum is chairman of tha I bonl at Jerst ? Church, a daughter oÂ£ [ , tbe late Mr. and .Mrs. John Youukiu. : ; Sh. 1 i.s .survived by tht- follo-iving sis- ; tors: Mrs. John Forsytht 1 of J'oirU : \ 7 K-w Farm on the Vanderbilt road; : ML*s Cardie Vouukin ol Ursiria; Mr-5. Â·' Uriah Myers or .Missouri, and o n e ' brother, John Younkia of South Da- kola. ; For 3faDj a ConneMsrille Household. To have tile pains and aches of a j bad back removed--to be entirely free | .from aimoying. dangerous bladder dis- Â· orders, is enough to make any kidney j sufferer grateful. The following ad- i vice of one who has suffered will Con- prove Jielpful to hundreds of nellsville readers. Mrs. Wilson SUllwagon, 2-1S . Fairview Ave., Connellsviile, says: "Doan's Kidney Pills have benefit- contracted" pneumonia "siorUy tcd me and others of the family. I had just an ordinary case of back- acbe and was all run down. Doan's I I JOHN' L. LOWERY. ! .lolia L. Lo\vcry, 90 years old, a ' prominent farmer of Stewart town- j slitp for m a n y years, dii'd Thursday i in the 1 Uniontown hospital following \ an aUack of pneumonia, contracted! while visiting bis sistÂ«r, Mrs. William ' Hnrdy of Duubar. Mr, l.owery made ! tbe trip from Albright, T.V. Va.. whore j he made his home with bis niece, Mrs. [ l.ogue, to see his sister and : after i ! bis arrival at Dunbar, WILLIAM UVERETT. William Evereu. lil years old, former resident of L'nionlowu, died Dean's Kidney Pills." Price COc, at all dealers. Don't I to load, unload and remove their j Doan . s Kidney Pills--tae same that freight with the greatest possible dis- I patch, to tbe end thai-the roads mar Ca _ p rops ., Buffalo, N. V.--Adv. better perform all their functions of IransrportatlQn. R. K. McCarty, chair- man.--Adv.--31-6L' ASKS FOB AUDITORS. t Sontli ConMlIsjriUe to Till I'laees Made Vacant. Attorney F. E. Yoijnkin presented petitions in'Uniontown. yesterday ask- 'ing.for the appointment . ol two auditoTS for the borough of south Connellsville. The petitions asked for the appointment of "Walter Moorman to take the place of Walter Artzman, .who removed from the district, and C*xl Freshleyto-tste the place made vacant/'by the resignation of George G. Gray. Judge Van Swearingen took the pa- pus and will make an order after due consideration. Â·fflll Attend "War ConTention. Mr. and Mrs. R. Sf. CutW)ertson, Sr., Trill .leave tonight for Now York Ctty. "While in. New York Mr. Cuthbertson will attend thÂ«'meetins of the war convention of the National Retail Dry Goods association of the UnitedStatcs to .tic held February 6, Â·! and 8 at the Hotel Astor. Mrs. Cutbnertson. will go from New York to "White Sulphur Springs, "Va.', for a short stay .before returning home, Daagbter Bon. / Cards announcing the arrival of a . _ ... . Daughter, Virginia Downs, ATonday, many desirable Uungs. MeFarland's. | j anuary 2g _ at tbe home of Attorney Apple St.--Adv.--l-2t.. . _. ! and Mrs. Harry Downs at Clarkshurg. Mrs. Mary Crecdon,- of West Apple w vi _ baTe beea recelve( i here. Lit- street, and guest, Mrs. G. H. Escavaii- 11. "of'Baltimore, went to Pittsburg ^.thii.morning. . . . . All men of Methodist Episcopal church are urgently requested to attend the Men's Bi^le class at 9.30 Sunday morning. ' Preaching at 11" o'clock, flatters of vital importanje will be considered. One hundred men in tie Virginia tipped the scales at eight pounds. Mrs. Downs previous to her marriage was--Miss "Winifred- -Minerd. Attorney Downs formerly resided in Uniontown. . Hone From Hospital. Miss Evelyn Goldstone, who has been a patient in the Uniontown hos- mkle chorus, 200 men in congregation. I itil ..,,,,,, JannarT 2 1, has returned Homer C. Darus secretary.-Adv."~ L Â· - . . . Mr. and Mrs. John Forsylbe and grandson. Master Elrnore .Brown, C A T A R R H For heal or IhlPAt - CaUnb-by the Taper treatment "" to h'er home in Lincoln avenue. Miss Goldstone underwent an operation for appendicitis. Negress Dies ot 112. "Mrs. Katheririe Brown, a negress, said to be the oldest resident of Fay- otte county, died Thursday afternoon at the county home from the infirmities of old age. Mrs; Brown admitted to the institution that she was years old June 24, 1917. 312 Dance. Kidney Pills put me in good shape. don't know of any other medicine _ _ _ would be so willing to recommend as | Thursday at Ills homo in North Braddock following an iliness of pneumonia. He is survived by his u'idoiv i and the following children: .Mrs. G. i A. Feather of Smithfic-ld; .Mrs. Tiiomas . Sampey of Unioato\vn,aud illss Ella j Everett at home. i mply ask for a kidney remedy---gct M.rs.,StiUwaEon had. Forter-Millburu SERVICES. 3L JE. Folks ArnuiRc Series For Xcxt Week. the First .Methodist Episcopal church as follows: Monday. South Connells- villc, at home of Harry DeBolt; Tuesday, Poplar Grove, at home of \V. J. Kauffraaii; "Wednesday. Murphy avenue, at home ot A, C. Herwick; Thurs- pany in PiUsburij. Mrs. Albert Colbert and son, Ellis,! da '- West si(i0 ' at hom = oÂ£ Matilda of Dawson will give a dance Monday! Eccies, No. 514 W. Crawford avenue;! night in Cochran banquet hall" at Â· Frida "' No - 412 Highland avenue, a t i linys .\BW 'Prucli. The 11. C. Frick Coke company lias purchased a Ueo Lhrce-quarter torj ! truck from the Centra! Motor company I j for use at Loisenring No. 1, Dawson for the benefit of the draftees home of Jacol) Lenhart. of that community who will leave f o r j A1 | meet - in s s bogin^at 7:30 p. m., anrt camp with the next increment. Kit- erie's orchestra will play. Wedding Aniversarr. The William Kurtz post 304 Grand Army of the Republic is attending the 50th anniversary of Jlr. and Ifrs. William A. Artis of 240 East Apple street at the hoem of R. L. Hannam at 110 South Pittsburg street this afternoon. last just one hour. Rev. G. U C. Richardson, the pastor, will lead. Everybody is invited to' attend these meetings. SOT FAIULV BEATKX That Fire Arrests Jfaiic. Three prisoners were given hearings before Mayor John Duggan this morning. Two paid 52.50 fines and one was discharged. Two others arrested during the night were released on payment of $3.50 fines each. Sapper. A baked bean supper and box social Contention of Kicu .School Itclalive to Spelling. The pupils of tbe Rice school in Bullskin township, according to h. communication to The Courier, fee] they were not fairly beaten in n spell- ijjg contest with the pupils of the Johnston school at Moyer for the reason that they hart only 11 persons pitted against 23 of the Johnston school. -They ask to be given another opportunity to test their knowledge of orthography. liuetltrcn Services. Elder D. K. Clapper will preach at t h e Church of the Brethren on the \Wjst Side, Sunday at 11 A. .M., and 7.30 P. ."U. Classified Advertisements Bring results.,. Cost only Ic a word. ... ., i will be held Saturday evening, Febru-l served by the ladies 'of the Methodist Episcopal church at Adelaide. Ten Pound Son. ary 9, at Adelaide. The hours are' Â·*Â· ten-pound, son was bom Thurs- frora 5 to 8 o'clock. Supper will he" aav evening, to Mr. and Mrs. Cha-.-les A. Richey at tbeir home at Hc-dgewood farm, near Pennsville. The boy, tho second in the node, in a grandson of J. J. Riciiey of Pennsville, and a. nephew of the late B. Porter Richey for whom he has been named Baric Porter Richey. Mr. Richey was killed four months ago by a train at Newell. Teachers. Teachers wishing special work in preparation for professional or provisional examination, see F. "W. Jones, % Bast Cedar avenue or call 21-R Bell, Connellsvtile.--Adv--l-2t. No Raise I n P r i c e O f T h i s ' IVed in Cumberland. George Ritenonr and Caroline Porterfield, both of Normalville, were married in Cumberland yesterday. Don't knock Connellsville by send- i ing your^money out of .town for your I Job work, when The Courier company i can do it here at home. Let us give i you prices. ' Great Remedy CASCARA M QUININE The itandard cold cure for 20 year*-- ia tablet form--Â»*fe.Â»ure,mo opute* --cum cold in 34 boura--grip tn 3 fcnuioc box with Ked top and Mr. Hill's picture on it. Colts leas, civet more, saves money. 24 Tablets for 25c. AtAnjrDniKStora JLarties' Hat Sale. One lot of winter hats, including imtrimmed shapes. Sale price from 50c to $2.00; formerly priced, ?4.00 to $6.00. Among these you will find many desirable things. MeFarland's, Apple St.--Adv.--l-2t VanderbMt Clnlj Donee. A member oC the H. B. club at Vanderbilt called The Courier to say that the dance on February 8 is to be by tiie club and not under the direction of -tiie committee named yesterday. Has 3reningifts. Miss -Etliol Harshman oÂ£ Pittsburg, formerly or ConneHsvtHe,.is seriously ill oÂ£ spinal meningitis a!" her iiome n Pittsburg.. have a special patentedRengoBelt feature which gives support that is particularly restful when this garment is adjusted to reduce-excess flesh at the abdomen,hips and back. The extra strength of materials used and this particular patented feature of tailoring causes Rengo Belt corsets to hold their shape under the severest strain. A corset that does not bulge and stretch until well worn out is a boon of comfort to the stout and medium figure--Rengo Belt corsets can be depended upon for then- great strength and elastic freedom, due to the inserts of strong webbing. Boned throughout with double watch-spring steels, guaranteed not to rust. Â«9kÂ»IU H PmsBUBB St :New Ikiolvkeepcr. j Miss Hilda Brideicum, cashier at Kobackers' ytort-, l\a-= bcseu made j bookkeeper by t h e firm to succeed ' Community prayer meetings will be; Fred A i guiro w ;, 0 resigned to accept! held next week by the congregation of i a pos juon with the "vVeslinghouse COM- i Senroco's formula is not "jast a little of this and a little oÂ£ last." It was devised with, a definite object in viev.-.- Tbe object was Lo produce a tooth poste possessing medicinal as weil as cleansing properties--a reel cleanser that coald be depended upon to remove tartar and keep mouih and gums healthy. The ideal defined, oar laboratories set about to determine the proper combination to produce it. Scnrcco is the result. It has been tried, tested and pronounced good by hundreds of tbe profession. Try a tube. A single tube will prove, every claim. Will show why thousands today use and demand Sen- Â· reco--and are satisfied with nothing less. All druggists and toilet counters. Large . 2 02. tube--25c. SENRECO-Cincinnati Try our classified Â·advertisements. I "Wisconsin, I employ no agents or solicitors. Ajn doing business strictly on my own merits. IS years practical experience. Slotor FmieraJ Service if Desired. NIGHT CAULS ' ANSWERED AT OFFICE. LADIES When irregular or delayed use: : Triumph Pills, Safe and ahvuya d?- ; , pendable. Not sold at drug fit ores. Do [ not: experiment with others; sa.ve d i p - ; j appointment. "Write /or "HeiiVf" ;ind i particulars; it's free. Address XATION- j AJ* 3IED1CA1, INSTITUTE. Milwaukee, Nothing is more appreciated by an Army or Navy man than a box of candy. There isn't any belter than Whitman's, so why not include some in the nest box you send to training camp or overseas? We Have It In AH Size Packages. Collins 9 Drug Store South Pittsburg Street. Classified Advertisements Ic a Word.