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February 7, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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fAGJfi TWO. THE DAILY COURIER CONNELLSVILLE PA THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1938. About J75 was realized from a "Valentine party held last evening m Odd Fellows street, under7£tie~auspice1f ot fn man s Guild "bt the Triauj--Epfscopal church Thfr jrcceeds~are tor- the The iarfy was about-17 5- per- church building fund wonderful -success one guest, Airs, of Brownsville present Dainty refreshments were sen ed Mrs Joseph Rhodes wilt entertain, the. club Wednesdaj after- noon.-Peruary 13, at the home_of her parents, Mr and "Mrs A J Buttermore" in Lincoln avenue BREAKUP OF THE' ABNORMAL WINTER ' MAY BE AT HAND sons being jyesent thrpugJibur the evening Tbe-Jadiea tn- cnarge made a special effort Jo see that^a!!" who attended ha* a-good--time- The^^ec- jlantic City of Miss Slella-'Mae "SVohler orations wre ""ungKmsll ^attractive A I daughter^of Mr~~ and Mrs Samuel color acnem$jjt_r.e,Sl u white lind^iue '"Wohler o£ Greensburg to-Stantev Ed- predommatedtDtttS Jt^nbCflS^ small . ward Bertalet, of the Medical Officers " American flaJESf^cortd^XaiiijlZhearU Heserve Corps The bride was" a pro- forming the- decorations There were all kinds of amusements A. delightful Continued froro Pite One naTigation without them would have been impossible Uie streets were such a glare of ice that the least application of the brakes sent the cars skidding from one side to the other Pedestrians found it difficult to make their wav over pavements which had not been cleaned and they were in the majo-ltv Several bad falls were reported Miss Helen Shaw of The News, after successfully making her wa down East Crawford avenue from , . ' , the Pinnacle slipped in front al the Announcements have been received and suffmid ,,,,,, if the marriage on February 4 at At- ' ,,,*,,,..,,,,,,, » h n w«,t musical program under the direction of Mrs C E Stout ras well received as was the Edison Re-creatioa in charge of L W Brown Tae musical program opened with · a selection bv Kiferle s orchestra, £ol- · lowed by tenor and contralto duet by Mrs. C H TVeigerber and Prof L A - tors yesterday . T,\oodnead tenor solos by Prof Earl Haviland, soprano solo b} Mrs Hazel - Myers, baritone solos by- Rev J -- Mandenlle Barker Rev Barker and --' Prof Havilani responded to .encores " · · A delightful feature of the program were three recitations cleverly given bj J M Cecil The program closed with a selection by Kiferle s orchestra. Miss Edita McKee non"£he guess "case The best place to shop after all Brownell Shoe Co--Adv Mrs George VcMullen of Brownsville, is the guest of her sister Mrs Wallace "Wilson of East Falrview avenue Downs shoe store will conduct two salPa OQ. women s shoes this week One will be ?o 00, J6 50 and J7 00 novelty boots at |4 95 The other will be M 00 and |4 50 shoes, all kinds, mostly patents lace and buttons at J2 95 Al 1 women shoes--adv 4.-4t. ''Ira H .T Ebecka of Meyersdale is the guest of Mr and Mrs James Wardlev Tomorrow she will attend the funeral of John S Dull to be held - C C~Bittner = -will entertain the Tvo- from the familv residence at Mill Run " man s ilissionarj society ot the Tnn- Women should attend Downs shoe . 4tj--Heormed churclifithis. evening, at store's 2 sales this week on women's " the home~of f fie 'former" m. rr|Mh_]-sh«s only; onr at J4 35, the other Refreshments including sandwiches and douglinuts bread : served Rev Milton S Kanaga. of , - Lniontown, was present and acted as "- master of ceremonies Mrs George Shumaker and Mrs i Sessional nurse, from the Mount' graduated, 1916 Pleasant hospital She had followed her work at Monnt Pleasant, Scottdale and m Connellsville Jlr PERSONALS, and Mrs March Sloan Brownsiville were C*ranellsville bruises The pedestrian »ho went through last evening ant! today with out recording a fall was the envy of his less fortunate friends So far-the thaw has made no appreciable effect upon the Ttougli river, leading to the belief that possibly an ice gorge above town is holding back the water It is predicted that f the thaw is continued there will be a freshet although the fact that there is so iruch ice under the snow indicates that the water will go away with less of a rush than otherwise would be the case Street Commissioner McCornnctc was busv yesterdav and today in an effort to open sewers and keep crossing"; reasonably clear So much water came down off the hill district however that it was impossible at timos to prevent crossings from being flooded She mix»d utphur with It to Restore Color, Gloss, Yoirthfulness. Grandmother kept her hair beonti lully darkened glossv and attractive with a b Whenevt faded ·ew of Sage 1 ea and Sulplrur r her hair took on that dull ^trea.ked appearance this simple rjiixturo was applied with wonderful effect By asking at any dmg store for Wycthi Sage and Sulphur Compound you will get a large bottle of this old-time recipe, im-pioved by the addition of o"her ingredients all re*vd l o use at very little cost This simple mixture can be depended upon to restoi e natural color ??ri beauty to the hair A -\veil-icnow 1 downtwn druggist says eiverybod-j nses Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound now because it darken'; so naturallv and ovenlj that nobody can te!' it has been applied--it s so easj to use, too You sun-ply dampen a comb o- soft brush and dra-w Lt through your hair taking one strand »t a time By morning the grav hair disappears after ! amjthor application or two it is re stored CO its natural color and looks i glossy sott and beautiful This preparation is a delightfol toilet requisite. It is not intended for the euro mill | gation or prevention oC disease,--ad"v - street, Greenwood, Mrs Edna Johnston BrendePis ~enj lertaimng the Thursdav Afternoon Card club this afternoon at her home In. South Pittsburg street ~~ - An^open meeting of the Ladles' Aid- -~»nd Missionary socictr,of-the_ United ~ Presbyterian church, -will be !he14 to-~ -'-" S ~B Doi- at the nom» of aie in Johnston avenue "Mrs "L. S Michael will entertain he'Narcissus club Tuesdav afternoon it her home in ilorrtll avenue, Greenwood On account of the Inclement weath- IT there will be no February me«t- aS of the 'Woman's club The weekly meeting of the Business "Women's Christian association will be held tonight in Odd Fellows temple. South Pittsburg street Supper will- be served previous to the Bible lesson. A well attended meeting of the Woman's Home and Foreign Missionary societies o£ the First Presbyterian Church vras held yesterday afternoon In the church The-Foreign society held, the first meeting vrUi Mrs J M Young in charge Mrs Young read an InterestlUE pap* 1 on "Missions ' A short business meeting was held by Ihe Home society. It was reported that both societies had raised an eitra tnnd for their work. Officers for the ensuing year will be elected at a special meeting to be held next "Wednesday irfght at the clo-e of the regnlar. prayer sernces of a ratine natnra was transacted at the regnlaTIineetirqrof the Ladies' auxiliary Jo^"tBerOnler"_ot Railroad Conductor* he.ia".ve«terd»r afteraooB in Odd Fetro»t'-hall_ r ,_ "^ i Th« f L. crnb KUTB a delightful daac* last evening in vfaddas hall West Sid*. Music was fnnusbed b} Kiferla's orchestra and dancing was kept up until midnight. JCn. Newton Wilson was hostess at ia enjoyiibleTneetliig of the \f. S FaztcriroTic ehtb yesterday afternoon it her uomtln East. Faimenr arenne. A Baked Cereal Food Different from the usual run ot toasted or ·team- cooked cere*b, Grape-Nuts is baked bilked for nearly twenty hours under accurate conditions of hea£ so that the whole wheat and malted barley floors may develop their full, rich. sweetness. You don't need sugar on Grape-Nuts. ' There's a Bwuon" Miss Flora McT-riand left la=t mghrfbr the East" to buy spnng and summer mUliffers. , Captain Robert Morton has-gone to Cambridge Springs to take a six ·weeks' treatment James G Ba ley ot Isova Scotia is spending a few days wttu his daugh- _ter-in-law Mrs 'W J Bailey of Isa- "bella Road i Mrs Arthur Graham left this a*ter noon for Petersburg Va, to join ber husband, who is stationed at Camp Lee Private Graham" is delighted with army life Mrs Graham will remain at Camp Lee until her husband leaves for somewhere m France MOTHERS OF REGIMENT 3BJ-S John H. Brown liotilied She H»s Iveen Jladc a Member. Mrs John R Brown wife of Sergeant Brown has received an invitation from Colonel Frank S Cocheu, commanding officer of the 319th In- fantrv at Camp Lee Petersburg, "Va. to a patriotic mass meeting to be held Sunday afternoon at Memorial hall, Tittsburg, and aleo notifying her that she has been made a member of the "Mothers of the Regiment Co'onel Cocheu will address th« parents wives and friftnds ot his boys and at the close of the program the mothers w 11 meet to get acquainted and to organiye tho Mothers of the Regiment. MISS DLIZABETH LOOMLS Miss Elizabeth L/ootms H years old a well known resident o f Connells- v lie died vesterda at her borne in Nortk PlttaTMlrg street. Funeral tomorrow afternoon at 2 o clock fro"i the family residence, *ith Rev G L C Ricnardson. of Ute Pirst MethodSs Episcopal co-arch offr-latms Interment ^111 be in Hill Grove ceme erv Deceased was born m ConneUsvnlle township August S 1873 a daughter of Mr and Mrs Jerome C Loomis. She had resided heie nearly all her lite ^Stre Is su^ived by three brothers Bdm-ard Loomis. of Cocnel'bville Adrian C Looiais of Greeniburg, The American woman demands quality--even when she thinks most about economy. That is one reason why Mazola, the pure oil from corn, for deep trying, sauteing, shortening and salad dressings is now used, in thousands of homes--in prefei ence to butter, lard or suet, And since the Food Administration asks us to save these fats the housewife is especially glad to have a cooking oil which is so pure^ wholesome and economical. Not one drop of Mazola is wasted--it can be used over and over again as it does not transmit taste or odor from one food to another. It is as pure and sweet as the most deliczte food cooked n it--and it makes fned foods more easy to digest--free from grcaancss or sogg-ncss Use Mazola for your salad dressings, too--males them especially delicious. Get Maiola from your grocer in pint, quart, half-gallon or gallon tins The large sues give greatest economj. Also ask for the free Mazoh Book of Recipes--or vvntc us direct Tear money reflated if Maxell doei nol £tre entire ntufunon Corn Products Refining Company New York Stflnx Repnmistim Thompson Eiseman OLD PRESCRIPTION FOR WEAK KJDNEYS TRAVELING INSPECTOR Ha\e jou ever stopped to -cason ftli'v JL is tha,t M mau-v products that are ex ensi\el\ ad\ertised all at once drop out of sigl 4. ana art soon Tor- Schuylor Loocris at ho*no and three gotten 9 The rtasou is piam--Uie ar- bisters, Mrs Ina / ButLcrrnoro oE ticlc dJci uoi fulfill the promise^ of the Corukels\ille Mrs Clarissa Guildan Hutnur-iciurer This applies more of AnnaugJb Pa. and Madelc V parUcularlj tc^a medicini, \. tneduci- Loorais it home A cousin Jiracs Pea j nal preparation that has i eal cu-ative I TV ho reidos at the Loomis home also j \alue almost sells itself a^ like an lake Frie foreman »t Dickenwn H»D survives Deceased -n as a member ot ROASTED ALIVE laborer FataDy Burned 4ft«r Going to Sleep Behind Boilen. On Wednesday eventngr John McAvoy, a laborer employed bv the Dravo Construction company at the plant of the Buckeye Coal company in Greene eount entered the boiler boose and went to sleep behind the boilers unknown to the fireman After cleaning ont the fire and banking it for the night tho fireman left. lAter persons passing heard groans in the botler house and saw a blaze back of the boilers Entering they found McAvoy in a helpless contation on top of the red hot cin- d«rs iroich had been draira from the fire H« -was rescued and given first aid but died several hours afterward b Fromotoij. J K Brans general foreman at the ' Pittsburg and Lake Erie car shops at Dicterson Run for a number of year! has been promoted to traveling inspector on the Yough and Mam divisions with headquarters at "Dicker I son Run M J 0 Laughlm' of McKc«s Rocks, succeeds Mr Evans as general forp- PLYLER CASE STILL ON Occupied tt* Att«»Uo» of the Court Hearing of tbe divorce case instituted by Gilbert Plyler, of Connells- iire,- against his wife l!rs Myrtle "Pryler.'ot North Side Pittsburg, was UnTATTVl. CFMCS 1LERE. Gmy AMU l,nt«rtaln at High School I'd morrow. iOss Gay Zenola IfacLaren -who appears in the fifth number o[ the high school entertainment course at the high school auditorium here tomorrow night will present a popular play of several characters, im tatmg all herself St« has become famous through her imitative genius Miss MacLaren has a rare gift of memory She attend of pla flve or sii times never more and then can reproduce it perfect!} repeating each part word for word. the ^rst Methodist Etiscopal church and had a widx circle 3f friends SAMUEL K ROWAN Samuel K- Rowan To years old tt lifo long resident of Mill Run died ves-terday at his home Funeral tomorrow afternoon from the Indian Creek. Baptist church Mr Rowan was a veteran of the Civil War a mem ber of Company K Heavy Artillery He married Miss Jane \ounkin who died t»o years ago Deceased IB survived bj one brother George Rowan of Mill Run and two sisters Mrs. Hawkins of Mill Run and Mrs. Susan' CK . S 0[ ,. Kj.mers S*amp-Root is Enfield of Connellsville dne 'o the fact that *o many people -- claim it fulfils almost every wisn in MRS LYDA SWAXET overcoming kicney luer and bladder Funeral services for Mri Lvua aihrents cornets urmarv troubles Swane were held last evening aL| gjyj neutralises the n-ic acid "nhich 4C o clock from the residence ot .causes rheumatism endless chain svste-n the remodj is rorommended bj those ,u ho have been benefited to thObC who ar^ in need ot it. i. prominent druggist says 'Take for ucarup e Dr Klloicr s Swamp- ! Root, a preparauon I h ue sold for f mjjiv years and never hesitate to roc- j ommend for in almost e\er case it shows excellent results as mam of my ciisloinv.i-s teuf\ ^o other kid ne\ rDmed that 1 kncnv of nas so ! large a sale According to sworn statements and verified testimo i\ of thousands who ha%e used Uie preparation, the suc- Rev A. M Long m First street South Conncltavillc Rev \l B McLaogh- 1m and Rev "«* H Conley officiated. 1 This afternoon at 1 o clock the bod was taken to \onralvillc for Inter ment, the trip being made overland PATJUOTIC XEETDiGS. Start Till Evening In Church »t Ohiopyle. A senes ot patriotic mcetioes has been planned to be held in the school buildings of Ohiopyle and Stewart continued all day The morning was "SevofeBr to hearing Mrs Pljrler's side orf the case presented by her sisters ^ °^L ? laUl l ea «« 111 the afteruomi a^To^S^p^pwirje" rm'iUdVte two ph7mci*ns teatified or Mrs Plyler*s present eonAtloa of health after making an examination The- case is stubbornly contested on both sides and much contradictory testimony was written into tbe record IBATES POB Te*ekn T»*e« Portion 1 With Government Miss Elizabeth Burkholder of the "West Side has tendered her resignation as principal of the Vanderbilt schools and this morning left for Washington, J5, C , to accept a nosi tionwith the government. She will be assiirned to clencal duties in the National Museum The vacancy m the \anderbilt schools caused by Miss Burkholder's resignation, has not as yet been filled Miss Mary Sliger has tendered her resignation as stenographer for the Baltimore S. Ohio railroad and will leave February 20 for Washington D C , to .enter the service of the government. townabip The first wil 1 be given this evening Baptist clrarch a^ present. It Is hoped to have JnAgc R E Umbel as the speaker of the eve ning. GRKr.SSBU-RG HEBE TOMORROW. Xocal High School IVdl Meet Westmoreland County Tosscrs. The Connellsville high school bas- ke*all team -will play the Greensburg high school here Saturday evening oa the local gym floor A preliminary game will be pisyed between the sen- -ior class and the sophomores Tho Greenshurg football team has been signed to play nere next Oc- tdbr 12 Funeral Director charge Sims bad MRS GEORGE L DAWSON Following an opeintion for appendicitis, M-s George L. Dawson wlEe Dnirson Eolith Fnitst \gainst Tnct of Atto^ne^ Dawson of LImontown died this morning at 2 45 o clock in the Uniontown hospital Mrs Daw son was admitted to the hospital last Saturdaj She was one of tbe most widelv known women of Umoutowu GLASSB1KN NOT DKU). Report Relative to Officer at Fort Ogletiiorjie Error. Reports given wide circulation yesterday that .Lieutenant J Clarke Glassbui-n of Bullskin township had died of pneumoria at For 4 Oglethorpc Ga were fonnd to be untrue A mcs- \ou n a rocene a sa-nple bottle of I SwamivRoot by Parcels Post. Address Dr Kilmer £. Co Bangbamton, j N Y and enclose ten cents also I mention the Counellsiv lie Daily Cour | ler Large and medium size bottles | for sale at all oug stoics --adv TURN TO COAL 01 ahiril das. Special to The Courier | DICKLRSON RUN Feb 6 --Tilting about heatlesb Mondajs Dickeison 1 Run Dauson Liberty ind Vandcrbil* had heatless Monday and have been j hav ng heatless dajfa every da s ncc I tbe only Jung the gas company have i been giving their patrons is hot air| and la~ge gas bills luam t*-sons are -efusmg to pay tbe gas bills which r\ n as Ligh as ?9 Persons not Idvmg a L their homes get Once again we are going to demonstrate our ability to save you considerable raonej on your Waist purchases Therefore we are showing ou new Spring styles from 95c to £10 00 that positively can't be bought elsewhere for 10 per cent more We have established a Waist business in this store second to none in the city through one thing only, and that is the best values m Waists ·ne can give jou for the less money Don't forget when jou are thinking of buying a Waist to see ours, as 'vve will save jou money. Butterick Patterns Tli« HOME of QIMUTY ·* »tolWf,Pm»u»*St Ct-WLLLSVIUIL I "The Store AHead" XCS1CAL ELAT. Amngcd By C. B. Church at Evenon For Tomorrow. The Old Maids Aseociation a ·musical play, »til be presented tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock m the United Brethren chnrch at Everson under the auspices of the Labes Aid society The following will appear m the cast ' Mia. Ada_Reese_Mrs Bertba Pearl Mrs March Kline, "Mrs F L. Prank| land, Mrs David Harden Mrs Howard (Hamilton Mrs Grant Orbtn. Mrs Carl Pntchard "Mrs Real Robinson, Mrs Warren Miner Mrs Carson Smith 11-s William Mackey Mrs" James . Shannon and Mrs G M Burns Dance. A masquerade dance will be held in the Slavish hall Saturday February 9 Atl are invited,--Adv--7-St. Patronize those who advertise. Pinner For Solihor. Sergeant James Benford of Camp Hancock. Augusta, Ga, son/f Mr and Airs James Benford of South Connellsville who was home on a five day furlough v as tendered an elaborate tour o clock dinner Sunday at the parents home The ou«. of town guests were MJSS Jennie "Wier and Mrs William "Wier of Scottdale Sergeant Benford left for Camp Hancock today f Card of Thankl. We desire to thank our friends and neighbors for the kind ass'stance rendered us daring our here rement the death of our mother E pecially do we desire to thank thjse who sent flowers Mrs Alice ODonnell Mrs JCllen Dailey--4dv--7-lt the regular gis biMs just Uie same it is said. Between ^0 and 30 old 'pit-art, of the g3 conpan have dis . . ! posed at their gas ranges and installed . sage received last cvenmg by his sis- coal 5toves in thw ]aces ter Mrs J G Haynes o^ this cay said | he hid recovered froir an attack of grip and would be on duty igaia this week Lieutenant Glassburn is with tbe Th rd Division Ammunition train Hia sisters "Misses "Lncy and ^fal d G-lass burn vis ted him ost week and ivore expected home today LAYTOK PARTY Is In Honor of Young Maif CiUlid in J)raft llr and Mr;. Samuel Summell gave a surpnse party Saturday evening at Tloimt Pleasant Wnn's B«lv f o u n d on for training camp The evening was To Stop a Persistent Hacking Coiigh FALL ON ICE FATAL Tbo ^«t rfrap tniUf maio but vei r 1* ono yon efta ; borac Che«P cffectiTe Si Itniilk This Morning' Special t o r i p O o u i l e r MOUNT PLLJVSANT Teh 7 -- vicLun cw. d fall gu the ice the bod., of Mike Jobrese, IS Tears old an Italian. ] ^as found tills morning lying oa tlie i sidewalk in Dulchtowo in tbe south A Sorry Storr is Told bj a Reliable . pa rt of he town Tvhpther his skull Compilation of Court Records. (was Pictured in the fa I or he diea COURT RECORDS TELL delightfully spent at various amusements Dainty refreshments were la^ng machine "When the Gou-t Records for the whole eountrv were recently compiled thaL a D O U t ei ffhty two ·f prposure has ucc been determined Joorese ^7as eittilocd as miner at Si.aiidai(l Ho was a widower ind The remami Zimiuerman " per cent of the m^n who ba\e died lea^s three children leave no mone nor p-roperty Onl w e i o removed to 15% leave one thousand dollars and morgue 3% of them leave estates of $10000 or more A third of the widows of tLese i Notice. men become dependent upon relatives All memberb of the Ladies of the or are public cLargfik, Protect vour 'Uaccabccs Lodge w i l l lea\e On 1 30 ca~ family and yourself by opening a Sav- Fnda afternoon to aitcnd the funer ing Account at The Citizens National , al oC Mrs Xmos Coughenour a' otlce Maccatices! SpeciaJ meetlng^Thiirsday mgbt All members urged to be present Meeting called at 8 o clock sharp --Ad 6 2 Bank .d\ 138 North Pittsbu-g sueet Wheeler Pa--Adv --7-lt C R O U P SpUHlOCUC CA)U|I (· usually rcGercd with Cottage Sornccs. A series of prayer meeting is be ng held by iho merbbers of t i e M P I chjrch of Ounbir al \arious homes Tonight the mooting -ft ill be held at the home of Mrs L B Gon^anare I and on Sa'urday night at tbe boerr ex? Mrs James Brealciron on Spee s Rill i served, M isic b was enjoyed i Tho guesls were HJXOU of SUr Junctjoa, Saimiel Stimmell and tab Kennelli Mr and Mrs John Newcdmer and bab-v i£ai i etta Ru e^ Ack ICT, Raj - moEd Rotungon Mrs D%a Stmunell 1 Cbat^es Stimmell Lucj Forsvthe Ethel M Her Josephine \ck'e-v Enruia Blower Lila Brewer PJnuna Pisoc^ Laura Mae Suciinst LJiel Maggie N C A comer 41ice ! Roze-Ua Fishor Olive "Willc Ryaa "\telva Cullei Donald Hamalion. i Luther Bear Ciarence Smith George ' Bowers John Stmnrell Ha?el Golden Rov Stimuiell Freddie Lduards Howard Edwards Charles Kn ght AViIhom ROCO.S Smith Leonard Lloyd Leonard and Mr and M-s Ji^mes son ..nd caildren, LOJS Gene · Harold Thousands of people normally _. in. evo*y other roaptct, arc annovcd . a persistent , ncr on bronchial coi year after ymr. disturbing tbcir si cud nmlonx hie disacrr-i-ablc Ifs needless--tlicre B an old Lorac-n remedy that "\vill end such, a cot M^s Dorothy , easily and quickly \fr nn^i \r^= G e t f r o m n n \ drujnnst "2V- ounces ·' J Ir , and Mr , 5 1 Pme-c" (00 en's ^vorth), pour it int Dao Ivenneui | p nt bottle and fill the "bottSc with pi Wife I sranulatea eumr evnip Begin tak Fisher, Pisher, \gnes and --to keep the stomach well, the liver and bowels regular, by the timely and helpful aid of S4FE IN FK4ACE. Vdnural Sims m Home. ROME Peb 2--Vice Admiral "William Sims, commander of tbe Ameri can. destroyer squadron in European waters has armed in Rome He will remain here onlj a few days SeottdaJe Bo\ ^ntcs Hollies He's I 1 oiling 1 Fine. Mrc J R R dgeway received a etier from her son, J Paul Snead, the Base Hospital Unit Somewhere in France He says the trip was enjoyable and they e admirably protected on the way OVC! The clima e agrees "witii bom he sa\s He weighs 153 pounds now and bas gained 12 pounds s'nca l disappear alfcopcthtr, tlius ending couph thai von never thought would tir-kle* soothes the irntateid membra that 1 ne tlie throat and bronchial tul ana relief comes ilmost immedint" A day a uae will TisuaHv break up an. dinarv throat or client cold, and broncliitis, croup, inhnopinK cough i bronchial a^ima thrrc is noth bettor It tastes pleasant and kc perfectly Fines js a most valuable concentra compound of ppnuinf* l%orwav pine tract, and i^ used bv millions of 7 pie t,v«y -\ far for throat and chest cc with splendid results. lo av od d iappointmen t aafc y dniggiKt for S 1 ^ ounces of Pmcx" w full directions and don't accept anvth else A guarantee of absolute satjK tion. or monev promptly refunded c with, tins preparation. The ""* Tt, Wayne, Ind, XoUce, Tbe re^ttlar weekly dances are hv on Monaay and Thursday evenings the SiandanJ Chib rooms, Unionto* The music br BovrerH* 5-piace orciv tra,---7-2t. Merchants who »dr«rtto* tbeir vo Th«

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