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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, February 9, 1918
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THE DAIJUY COURIER, CONNELLSVIiJJE, PA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY fl. 191 0 Announcements have .been received ' SliJQTAII/ORED HAT THAT IS VERY STYLISH. THE FEAR OF FLOOD IS NOW RAILROAD MEN'S BIG TROUBLE BREAKERS! Continued from Paerc One. ger of breaking its bounds. Along tic .MoBongahela the ice gorges arc still holding with tho river rising slowly. Prom latest information at here of the marriage of Miss Dorothy THAT IS VERY STYLISH. a n nounc ° s iha?a"aood ts'""" 14 M. Russell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. - -- - rj,^ c j ce j n ^ e yoiigh has broken Edward L. Russell, of Norwood. 0., JtH^^^^t- - _ about one mile above Ohiopyle and . formerly ot Connell^ville. and Harold c£SSSfiy-iVK$f moved down, some lodging between - -Waterman Smith, solemnized Tuesday, mg^*M f fffffjah t h e bruisc3 at that I" 1 " 00 ' Above thls January 22. at Norwood. The wedding yJygjM^^MM^k jye-ik the ice is still holding. At Ohio- was very quiet, only tie .immediate . J^Hj^RII^^^^^^B pyle tbe river lias risen about four members of the two families being ^j^^f^E^'^^^^^^Ff f e c t Curing the past two days. A dnz- present. The bride wore a blue travel- ^B^^^E^iv ' ~*^B^^^^T ''-"ng rain was falling there at 2.30, ';ing suit and a corsige of valley lilies ^^^^^·^^ffiSl^^^ j but otherwise there were no signs of --and frecsia. Mrs. Smith is a-niece of ^^^^^BEs^lt!^!*^ ' '! a geneial break-up Mrs. Robert Werner of'Trotter and ; ^^^^^^ETjfjga At '1 o'clock this afternoon the Mon; has a wide circle of friends her. She . ^^^^^^^^.BaSaSfa \ ongahela resnstcied 16.3 feet at , was graduated trom-the Con-nellsville | «HMMM|flfiM||^|flf;^a| ' Brownsville and was rising at the rate · high, school, a member of the class of |^H^^^H9|Mi|||i^|p^ ·' of three inches an hour. The gorge -.1914. The bridegroom, is a prosper- f/^fmaKim^Kffi^i at Itandall was still holding and the . our manufacturer ot hats, being as- ^^^^HfT^j^S^^ffiSia 1 *^;] ice in Cheat river had not begun to sociated in business'vita his father, j ^f^^f^/^^^^^^^Ki i br.-ak. It estimated that the Alicia . Following the cerenonr Itr: and Mrs. ; ^^^B?«H^^TM^S»S#^S ' gc! ' Si wi " not movl until U l G r e haF · Smith left for a weddmg trip to East- ^ ^ «" "*-·rr" "*"5 j bcon a jurt^,,,. r j se O f [ our ( eet -era cities of interest. , This stj-lish semitaitored hat lias a ' The Baltimore Ohio is getting j -'; "" 'narrow rolHng brim faced with French a»ay from its own embargoes as .'· The T. C. T. Fancywork club win ( b]ue sa;m ^ )fc tolpod by a lajl I rap iii T as possible. It is mating good I ,, be entertained -Wednesday evening by draj)ed crms . n alld a hug6 pompon of j headway in keeping the supply of raw ' Miss Martha Tibb-'ts at her home ° n i,i ac j £ ~ sa t m . materials moving to munitions and ' - the corner of Race street and David- son avenue. d l otnor favored industries as well as i foot! and other products essential to the comforts of the people generally. _ j Mrs R. E. Ashe and baby of - The L. W. class o! the Fust Baptist^larksbnrg. W. Va.. returned home · u ^ Q[ ^^ restricted in the re- isunday school »H1 meet Tuesday ' «»s morning after a visit with the c( , lpt of cer , ain ciasses -nl-bt at the home of Miss Rose Moore former s mother, Mrs. J. A. Renner. | whjch omhargoes liav( , ^ of Winer avenue. , b y cctnne: ting lines, m th Thevbest place to shop after all. Brownell Shoe Cn.--Adv. Mr. and Mrs E. C. Louden of East Cedar avenue, attended the funeral " ' i n e s - Fa-ette street ' ' :: An entertatntnent, "The Promised -;X,and." will be presented in the near "future by members of the Sunda of freight i declared east, but _ on the whole it is handling an Increasing volume ot freight ' The Somerset Cambria branch, which was RO completely blockaded t The food drink without a fault Made of high grade , coepa beans skil-1 fully blended and manufactured by a perfect mechanical process, without the use of chemicals. It is absolutely pure and wholdtome, and its flavor is delicious, the natural flavor of the cocoa bean. T h e g e n u i n e bears this trademark and is made only by LWALTE8BAOR » CO. ltd. DORCHESTER MASS. »^ m ErtabSihcd 1780 The Store Ahead TKe HOME of QUALITY and SERVICE 129 to 133 N PlTTSBURG Stj CONNELLSViLLE". PA. Bottericfc Patteras As we have said before every Fall Coat, Suit and Dress must go. So we are gong to make our final clean-up days Tuesday and Wednesday. Soecial Rack 1--Coats, Suits and Dresses values to $25.00, While they last $5.00 Special Rack 2--Coats, Suits and Dresses, values to $40,00, While they last $10.00 Special Rack 3--75 Skirts, values to $5.00, While they last $1.50 Special Rack 4--25 Skirts, values'to $10.00, While they last One Half Off Special Rack 5--10 Skirts, values to $15.00, While they last One Third Off Extra Special--25 Waists, all sizes, dark colors only, prices range from $5.00 to $10.00, One Half Off school of the P.rat Baptist church.! 01 -I 0 "" s - Du "' !lei(! -"sterday after- by Rnow . and ice _ ^ been opcned ^ The proceeds an* for the'benefit of! n o o n trom thc Baptist cburcli at Mill haTC a][ other nrancbcs on the p ltta . the church - · - iHim. tmrg and ConnellsviIIe divisions. Mrs - c - B - !*"·'· superintendent of Th;lt tra fjj c w l |j 6oon ^ restored to The'monthly meeting of the hoard .^ coiiatr.tiibercular hroo, is spend-1 Ilorma , proportlons is tho belief of of tnTsleeVorthe First-Baptist church i' ns a f p w a *y* at her I- incoln avenue ,, p( , ra tj n g officials providing, of will be held Tuesday evening at s l " o r " £ ' .course, that a noon does not come 1 o'clock in the church. , Mrs ' *' X Daw -- on of Morgantowa j might bricg about conditions _ | has relumed home after a visit with ! ,, ven worsc ^^ Br( , Ta , le( j nurill g thc 'latives here. / * extremely cold weather of tbe past.,,,,. Tbe Ladies of the Methodist Epis- churcb. will hold a rummage 'ebmary 111 and 14 in tho store FOR MEN OF D. T. H. S. IS .Mrs. Margaret Richter was hostess at a pretuly apiwntert family dinner last evening at her home m South. street in honor of Corporal Howard K^h^^m^mcan,; .oms formerly = ^ Cr_ U^LH, CLEANSIDEWALKS %^2^^~*^'TM»'TM~'!±^ Covers for scheme of pink and white was attractively carrifd out. The event was also in honor of tne birthday of the hostess. sale; also set of bed springs.- 9-Jt. . in school Hr denned the school room with rbt- Throirine "I Adv.-- I \ahes on .Streets Mast Stup N«w. ' Mayor Duggan this morning order- Mrs. D. T. Hirteman ot Bast Fran-' ed lao po i ice to nollfy residents of Ilia ^.kcr and ranked aim ^ c i s avenue went to ^Mheeling, W. Va,. clt ,. that tn( . throwing of ashes on the; sl: "" k!r oJiuje. .this morning to visit her mother.- mdewalks nnd streets must now be' The ro}] "' noDor f o l l o w s : looking forward! Mr , s /_ JOSC P h ,'? 0 Y »', es - ,,, topped. The mayor lot down on tho ' T """""' ''"""' '""" 1 " M " ordinance rfgardiny t h p distribution of ashes on thc str^Pt? during the roid wnathcr wf-en they \ver» exceedingly icy. PIMPLY? lLl,DflHTeEl| People Notice It Drive Them Off' with Dr. Edwards' ; Olive Tablets , A ptmpiy face will Dot embarrass yoa ! rmich longer if you gst a package of Dr.' rontinaed from J'.icc One | Edwards'Olive Tablets. The skin should Tbe addrws or the afternoon, "Thp begin to clear after you have taken tha ill of the Service Flag." was deliv- tablets a few nights. rrei by Rc\. AV. D. Purnoli of thn Frefi- aeatKetbeblood,a»ibowdsandthelivBf byt, church of D.wson. In a nuu. · ^S^SfS^S^^S^ terly way Rev. Puruell spoke ot the ^ sickness or pain after taking them., supreme call of the service flaw to Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets do thai everyone; of the heroic sacrifice if which calomel does,and justaseffectjvely, represents: and of the Inspiring ,ncen- but their action isgentle and safe instead live it ..would be to even- ooy and girl ° £ ^^TMTMfh^ r '^^- O live Tablets is of severe and No one who ever cursed with "a dark brown taste," a bad breath, a dull, listless, '^no good" feelina constipation, torpid liver, bad Music lovers are .,,,,,,.-,,_ .,,.,,,,.., ^ ^ ^^ f ^ with interest to the entertainment to^,^ f , har]es ghaw of Hclmeslcad a( . be presented Monday evening in tne, l e n d e d t h e fnnttra , of MrB A n a a new high school auditorium by the Coughcnmir hc!d yesterday after- Rppd ' *· . P Ijert Xa " h W ^ a u l ^ : Pranic B - vers - '" Somewhere in France, wmiaTn Mc s,,ny -n. Port OElethorp''. a with olive oil; you will know them by ^ olive color- Dr. Edwards spent years among pi- Bents afflicted with liver and bowel musical treat ii in store for all who jjjss Kit Doiisnerty of Pittsburg is ' or ^ ordered it sionupd ' attend; Tho proceeds are for the .visiting her brother and sister-in-law. £ u (hat t n c slri( , WJ .i ns benefit of the Immaculate Ctonception | Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dougherty, of the d , .,, Tl , !u , c 61ncc , h c church. i South Side. _ i Miss Margaret Coyne of Pittsburg is visiting her mother, Mrs. Anna , t . e "" ' All members of the Business v7om en's Christian association are request- Coyr.e. ed to attend the sewing Jlonday even'.ns at the Red Cross headquarters as business o£ importance will be transacted were granted a license to Greens-burg yesterday. wed TO BE DISTRIBUTED AT CATHOUC CHURCHES He'ii'tso A " en Edwards, 13. Some*here in bc c ip an , Franco: Clarence Strawn 1!. Sonw- tOc and 25c per box AH druggists, snow had'l ^'b''" 1a Prance: Floyd U'mgrove. '14. Ciimp, Va.: OrUod Leishty, ' 1 4 . Camp Lee, V.i ; Oanicl Koltz, '11. Newport Now s. Va. Thomns ( raxvford, 'If!, Wo3L Point. X. V.; Harry Ainsley. 'l-j, f'ainp Hancock, Ca.. KRV Hankies, Look out for kidney troubles and 'Hi, (-'··"»I -McaUe, Ga.: Alvu Craj. '17 backache. Colds overtax the kidneys Camp Hancock, C.a., Herman Carr, and often leave them weak. Tor weak 17. Camp Hancock, Ca.. Raj Johns, kidneys--well, read what a Councils- j '17. Camp Hancock, Ga ville woman says: ·' i, '17. C- lumbus. 0.. Nothing is more appreciated by an Army or Xavy man than a box of candy. There isn't any better than Whitman's, so why not include some in the next box you send to training camp or overseas? We Have It La All Size Packages. Sooth Pittsburg Street JUST GOT OVER A COLD i DRAINSFREEZE UP With Xo Means of Cscapc Wafer J cumulad's in ii. A 0. Tiirds. The f 'fezing up of the drains in the SiFMD The funeral of John S Dull hcW yesterday afternoon 'rcmi the Indian .Mrs. Lizzie Knight, -101 Francis Avc ,, v i c k , '17. Columbus. 0. says: "For years T was almost crip- '2fl. Camp Hancock. Ca Harry BOA-Quay Hrr- Sam Ren7.i, William K. The f-ceung u p ot the drains in the , V , T, · .u-.-» Balt.more Ohio yards has caused V'f ^ f "^ " ^ R TM ""* p:.rt of the tracks to be flooded. Tb«- '^ ' arsest beld ;E Springfield to.TM- In thr vestibule and at tbe doors of j a al] Catholic churches in the Pittsburg frs. Mary McClaln of the State College extension bureau, will lecture Monday afterroon and evening in thc -high school Domestic" sci^Kce roora.i"" Mre. McClain Vill talk on important' d!Oce9 . e ^""ow circulars explain-, and timelv t,od topics and will pre- · TM ^ e ^ le , of ^fT* »*'' sent stanflarfl patterns for cutting a n d Certificates will be distributed and making simple garments. PRtsbur^. Blue' cards will -he givi Tomorrow When Worshippers IVill pled with my back and couldn't find Gallagher ' I n - John Henry, 'IB; Gor- J]»TP Opportnnity to Subscribe; a remedy that would help me. Thc ' don Lev,is. Somewhere in France: Stamps to Bo Delivered. j pains across my loins seemed to burn' Clarence Durbin, Camp Lee, Jesse and I rapidly^lost strength and was i Harbauph, '17. Someu-liere in Prance, around thc house to do my work I [ m.iMers department of the United 5 ( accordance with instructions issued bv ! MOW- 1 was »lmp|y ""serabl Rt. Rev. Regis Canevin. bishop ,; ( Wdney trouble, but I found a T«.*-I, TJi.*..-».-^- ...=,, ^^ _,,, _ when I began using Dean s I The marrttge of Miis Marguerite | w «? oh P" son u P° n " h ' c h had dizzy spellb and headaches and my sight blurred. Colds settled on my kidneys. I was simply miserable with cure igan using Dean's Kidney Pills. Two boxes made DIP well and I have bfen entirely free from k.dney trouble since." Price GOc, at all Si.itOH Army. thaw w h i c h ^H in TbniMlay nioltfd f lie Jf and snoiv bet WITH the rails Th^ « a t e r an'cmulated in a dip be- iwcen iho lower ards and the coaling station. \Vht i n an cngw passed over the rails water -would bo showered nut ou both slde» of it. Shop and office employee working in the yard" had to KPI to ibeir v,ork in .1 roundabouc way .»««,«««»». daughter of Mr. Jn d Mrs. ; indtcatc t h o number of stamps th«y -\niliamMcWiUIams of Scottdale and, w ?« h to P««la«c. XVitli name and _ . _ _ , _ . . ' I/ieiuenant Oiin Chamberhn of \ V ash-' laddross afflxcd the card ma -^ hc dr0 P'l simply ask for a kidney remedy-go ingion. Pa., *ifl -be solemnized this af- ' P cr] i n t o Ietler boxes «'^"»«t postage. · Doan ., Kidney Fill; ternoon at 5 o'clock in-thc-'home o£ Th(1 mai J carrier will later deliver ihcl c u r e d Mr£} K n i s h t ,, thc bride. Rev. AVbert Nett*on Slay- ' number of stamps ordered and receive I C ( 3 ( pj-opn.^ Buffalo, N. Y.--Adv. - tOD.rector of St. Peter's Kpiscopal ' payment foi thorn. ; church of I'rtlontown, \viIE officiate. | To tlie request of .lames Francis; 'I11,ST !' ]1 YKAUS. The guest hst will include only tho ] Burke of PHtsburg, state director o f j - immediate members of the/tv-o fami- )^ r starap campaign for^Weatern Peim- iSldrk J.cuves lt«y at South Connclls-1 ^am P Cordon; \UIbur Stinc | The n imor nf 2fl soldiers have boon 1 placed on tlio Dawson churches prayer j list, the u n v o ' l m g ra.k!upla«e reci nt- I 1. Th fotlovring js y JiFt of the sol' diors. Jheir ioc-atjun and t h e depar 1 .- tiealers Don't t m o n t W ' L ^ J w ' 1 i c ' 1 tne ' art ' connected. t'larenoo M. Strawn. France, Clar-the aamc tbal! c n c c ^nrbm, Camp J. fi^oyd Wito- Fostcr-.\filburn | Srove, Camp Lee; l l r n i y Brown, Camp shoot THREATENED TO SHOOT falup in rcccat years. The church filled with relauvcs and fru-nds of the deceased from various parts of the township and more "distant points, many persons from Coont i l!svi]Je being jD-cludofl. liev. TV'ilbar, .Nelson, pasior of lhe J^rst Baptist church assisted by Rev, .U S. Coiborn of C'oium-bus, O., officiated. The Indian rr-ek Valley railroad donatod free jasFonE;cr service to tbe members of the funeral party. Th i floral tnbuies were unusually numerous and bandsouio. MRS. A.VNA COfGHKXOrit. Rev P. B Houston, pastor of the Covenanter church, offio.aKxI at t h e funeral of Mrs. Anna CougliCDOUr held " lies. Thc biide will Voar iin r travcl- r sy1vania,"tb authonze the distribution ;'Jng gown and Lieutenant Chamberhn of cards and literature *at thc church ** will apReiir_Ja_his uniform. Following doors. Bishop Canevin gave very ;, the c^remory-Lieutenant- and Mrs. :: Chamberlin will luave for Rock Is- I land, 111-, where they will spend their honeymoon. Misses timma and Anna " Thorndell of Vnioatown will he among [ with the government, a pledge of per-1 tho out of town guests at the wedding. . sonal loyalty to our institutions. :tnd , an exercise of the virtue of thrift a n d ) rille Home. P'or the first time in 11 years the stork visited the home of Mr. and i f.ce; George Keislor, Camp ;.cc; Jesee I'Yed ."vnink. Ronnn, Ccimp Gordon; iJdwatd Hone, avy; Alfred Lint, Canip Gordon; That Is f barer l.ndc^d Vpainst Leis. fiiriny: Man. Charles Kern of Leiscnnug v,as ,vr- resied bv rmrnlman D. H. Turner yes- u,dtiT on a charge ot carry,ng ton- .voaterdaj- aftti-D.wn at J o clock from r-alfrt weapons and threatenmg to ' tie family rts.deucc at Whwler. Forly inembers of thc Women s Benefit Association of llic Maccabees auendtd T h c pallbearers were Karl Murphy, Ada.n Fogle. C. Watson, R. Clark. John Swopc and Alfred Miiierd. Iiucrnient in' Hill Grove cemetery. Chas. C. Mitchell Ijec: .Jamch HisKell, Camp Lee; Tlieo- K is said that Kern tbieaiened d o r o V a n l l o i n . Camp Gordon; Mor-| b hool a man m a local hotul m this m a body and conducted services, derm McDonald, Camp Green, Ray city. The mim summoned a police- Johns, Camp Hancock; Harry Koa ,ier,, man and Kern was locked up. H^ win Camp tjo gnon a ' f l c a : n g before Aldeiuiau ready assent, taking the occasion t O | M r s H M . chorpening in South Con-, TM ce L ·'"'"··holl, Camp Cordon; Wjisay: - jnellsville yesterday and left a ^on. i l i a m ·'·^°!"i. Camp Leo, Harry Gules"There is in the. purchase of t h e , T n c f a m l l y is no ' w Com n 0sctl of two pie. Camp Gordon, Jani.s W. Drown, stamps a moral lesson of cooperation I bovs aD(i an - C(lual mimbei . of ls '--- " - ·'- - - - - - ~ - Are Dance at Yanderbllt The H. B Girl-s' club ot Vanderbilf dance last evening Quarterly Conference. Dr. G. W. Terhush, in tbe place ot Arrostrf; Oilier, Are Sns- ,,«-t«l. Cairp G u r d n n , M r l u i e l Sohondge, i Joe Bendrowich and Joe Smith, of Camp Gordon, James Hi own. Camp Uv-ei-son w e r e arrested last night by Gordon; Donald Rist. Camp Kerner. ! uight watchman John Ford charged John Ilonner. Camp Sherman; S li I NMth stealing passes from employes at · gave a delightful Vanderb'H. A large number o f ' -which we owe to our country." .."guests wer present and spent a de-1 . " lightful evening. Music was furnish- - ,~" ed by Kiferle's orchestra and punch , Ho '^ p atr tet Soldiers Suffered. " was sen,-ed throughout the evening. ta a n the camp sites of the Hevoln- - Among the out of town" guests'Were t | on a surprising qunntity of broken ;;Mi?s Helen Ryan of Concellsville. (f. blnck bottles are found, Indicating that --J. Grawfonf.-Tniliari)-Brown, Arthur ^the allowance ot Kquor must have economy, which church and school j £j r j j H ,u i wi u i, 0 ] d (h( , s, t , oon( j j Porter, Camp G r a n l ; 11. C. Anson,' ti.c West Pcnn powei plan.. and teachers of every class should not · quarterly conference for the AUerton I Camp Hancock; James To.-ience, Ca \. | There are (hroi- m o i e men to be gol- t'a.l to inculcate constantly as a d u t y . Charge, at Alverton M.. D. church Sim- ' f o r u i a ; II. L Mnokey, Camp O i e e n ; . l e u ou the SJ.DIC charge. The marriage o£ -Miss .\Urgaret Grasinger of Daw-rson and A. IVIclntyre of Leisenring^No. 1, will take place Monday morning in Sacred Hear: Catholic cburch at Diuvson m the presence of relatives and friends of the bnde and bridegroom. Rev. Father K. A. Glemion w i l l officiate. i i V SM3UU1 t Uibnr£ Street. Boui Phones. I empjoy no agents or aoilcl A^n doinK bubii:csb atrictly on my aienti. in scn, ji7ic-iical eipcrj- ilotwr Funeral Service if Testr XK.HT CAIiS ANS\\EHED «.T OFFICE -.-·acroiiize These Who Advert 1 day afternoon at .! o'clock. In the I evening, at the-'M. E church at Scott- j dale, Rev. Willian- Hamilton preach for Dr. Terbush.' wlil amcK Gillesplo .Vavy. Frank lilijck. Camp Lee; George At Cnse. . Second Cnmninnity SiTvicc, Tho second of the Dawson churches ^ __ Sunday evening eoimrunlty serviceo, | Quriis..---Xrtv'V-ii't" as a v,'ar measure, w i l l he held tornor-1 row evening at 7:30 o'clock in 'I'd Whom I( Tu.aj Concern. This is to Kive not.ce thai L \vill not be responsible foi ani dobls contracted by anv meniiiei of my f a m i l y F. -Brown, Mss Man" Portfcr.__Antonia-i.beeu liberal. -Tile elaborate prepare- ^-Turaney and daughter. .Miss Betfy ' tious mudi today to protect the anl- Crawfot'd irnd Michael Grasinher o f , dioi*s against the cold contrast oddly | Presbyt eriaa chiircn Tiie =ubjecl o f ! - ; j -with the equipment of the men at Val- j thc sern , OD is A Nation's Reliance in i I ley Forge. One of the surgeons who p a]so ] served at Taller Forge hns left tlie | following description of one of the Continental feohllers who was brought " ! In to n PERSONALS. -_ - . ' . Mrs. T. J. Brennajt.of Johnston are/- j 'nue was in.Plttsburg' yesferSaj'. _ j · Miss Nan 3flnuis will leave lomor- ! .row forl PalUuiore. aiter spending^ a f "vacatiozpvvifh fier motLer, Mrs, Minnis i of Kast Ciawford avenue. ! Mrs. L, 3. "Etter and daughter. Miss ·RutJt--left this morning" for Philadel-'· phia.""' ' ^ " : - I Buys M'nll Pnucr. if. Bernardo, the five and ten cent '"His bare feet were soon through; j wall paper man, returned home lec- his ^orn shoes--his legs from 'the. tattered remnias of an only j j ently from the cast \vhero lie Eat More Corn shirt linngins In strings¥-hls hulr tli- J sheveled--his face meager--his whole | - appenrunce pictures u person forMiken and discouraged." , large stock of wallpaper. Two i car loads, 50.000 rolls of the newest i :n spring wail paper have just received at the store. you eat POST OASTIES Ir. Kt'rr Son a 3fajur. A commission fib major in the Medical H e s e i \ e Corps of the army v,as am es P. Dr. J. ' fihen Carnation!). Several Boy Scouts appeared at the Cottage State this morning and presented carnations to f h c 30 patients. \foudontnuss i issued Visteraa5 . ,,, Dl , Ja: Wheat WhCn · Kerr of ?lU3b,u-g, brother of Jteiurns to CIIHIJI. Copojal Howard R. Secns', left to- Leuves Hospital. Robert Adams of Duubar and Luke Eissen ^ere discahrged today trom ithe Cottage State hospital. after spending a 10-day bis home here. Patronize those -who advertise. Big night. 8-2 u Tills at dance at Jacques Saturday Kiferle's orcaeslra, -- Adv. -- A ncElected cold in a child's head often leads (o chronic catarrh and catarrhal deaf ness-stummc children s mental growth, mak'ng them appear stupid. Card of Thanks. Mrs. J S. Dull and family wish to express iheir thanks and appreciation U) all their fi ends and neighbors who so luiidly assisted them in the'r berea^einpni, (lie su-kn^s^ and death of h.isband and faJier. They desire to pxteiid Lhanl;p to the ciioir and those who sent floial tributes Especially More Guessw The bride wll }}e attended by Miss I when you bake. No ruined past \nne Mclntyre of Leiwnr,ng a sister ! jworlydone brcadjnowjitedins f thc'bi.desroom. as nrud of honor , "g" 0 ^^' beraU!li of Wron 8 i Michael Grasinger, a brother of [he j bride, will servo as best man. T!ie 1 brideproom is a son of the latp Mr. and .Mrs. John Mclntyre of Leisen- rmg aad is a inachmisi for the Pitts;burg and Lake railroad at Dickerson Hun. "The Lone Wjlf sin exceptional'jy do they wish to tliank the management . Va.ley Railroad interesting pholoplaj in w h i c h Ha?el - ' D a v . n , the celebiatcd'actreSb is been | of tlie I n d i n n Creel; company fof tftoir toui'teons treat- conipiuir lof l toir toiiiieous ireni- " · - - - - - - m " , t m serving them wit'l a special '" tbe leading role, w l l V l.resm ed t,am on this occas,on.-Afh. Tuesday afternoon and e v e n i n g at the paramount foi t'lo bpcefit of tlie .Nai Boy at Ijondra Horn*. Mr. ii'id M i s Harry D Louden of are receiving congratulations upon the birth of a son, IMv-ard Kimball Loude.i. Tlm'Wlay nigb'. Mrs. I Louden was f o i m e i l y ili«5 .M.ilie! ·· Kimball. The new arnval i« tlie firM -grandchild of ,\I" and Mrs :-; C louden of Kast Cedar i n c n u e and of Jlrs. C. D. Ki.nball of Dunbrj The picture ii a l a t e Get A Direct Action Oven Thermostat I n n e r . A masquerade dance will ue held « Sll ui-d..v. February and measure the easily " J J l " l _ All a, P .mued-Adv.-.-3t .Hiss lii.^io Crast. Tlie fimenil of Mi's R o \ U Giasly ftill lake place from llK f.imi'y residence a. Swiiuyerto^n and at J o'clock from tlie Hocks- '\Ioun- Bapust churi'.i Rev. Simrrs w i l l olnci^te. Interment m riill Glove cemetoi-y. O R O U P ^^y Spasmodic croup is usually relieved with one application of -- as you measure milk in a pint · cup.' You simply set the 1 Temperature Wheel and obtain any degree of oven heat that the receipt calls for. Gninicil llanriape I.IC.-I-UM-S. Tr ump)l Jluss?!l White and .1!jrt!e Uicnter I ,,,nil.ihlp ( o f White and John L. Beal4y and Lo!- ^^ irrpsul.-ir I'll!- fate delay* d not ( i p e r m . . - , . . . . ConnelUvillc; were'-0 " u m e n l fnarnage licenses in U n i o n - . ^ 1 town. Writ, fur "RUier- ..IK'.' It's fre-". Acidros.s XATIOX- L. l.N'STl TL'Tl:, Uilwaukci. i F. T. EVANS, AGENi

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