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February 12, 1918

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'TWO. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 191o. To Relieve Sick Headache' e {he Cause! A marriage of interest is that of I beth Elford, daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. Miss JIarie Opperman, daughter o f ' W. 1 L. Elford of Pittaburg. and John Mrs. Gertrude Opperman. pt--East JH. .McGuinness of Cleveland, 0., vras ; Francffi"ayenu"e..and Sergeant Major . ThoaM^Courtneyl'son of Mr. and Sfrs. Patrick ^Courtney. of youngstownT-'O., formerly' of CdnneljsViiiVquietly ^solemnized; this' afternoon in -the CaUre- dral, Fitj»burg,-with Rev. Sy^Walsh-'of-. were -no attendants. The briden«rore a smartly tailored traveling ;ostumo'ot nayy blue serge. a Mnff-lpcR -- with 1 -- tan trimming. and a corsage of sweet peas. The bride for the past four'Jyears was a clerk ~ at Kabaciett^sfoce'anff'is-very-pop'u-r; .toxr2fl:.,w..ex;eTlaii. ~ After;April-i; -Mr. lar among her wide circle'oPMends.' ·· _"The bridegroom is also well known in ;- u Connellsvilfe. where 'at' one lime" he'" :; 'held a clerical position with t-he. ;: Baltimore Ohio railroad. Previous^ " to entering the service he was a sales" ..man for,.tae...Valler:.Camp .Coal-corn.-; " "p'aBy 'of Cleveland; 0. He had been in ",-^ -, the." service, only a. shorC'time.when; *· " he" was "made, sergeant and was later "-- -- -promoted- io-sergeant. ^najor,.,'senjtrj ·; grade, the highest non-commissioned ~ 'Office. He-has'boen recommended for" solemnize'd.'tliis moralstg at 11 o'clock In SLTPaur'sTCathedrit; Pittaburg, Rev. W. JTMoMullien oBteiating-.The bride wore""bertrav'eling costume of blue and a^liat^if-'ddvegray tone. Her flo,w- »rs wereSweettieart roses.. Miss Anieta Elfo'rd, her sister's maid of honor, appeared in a blue cloth suit anfl a hat to match. She wore a corsage of Am- Following the breakfast was served at the Schenley hotel. Covers erican beauty roses, ceremony a wedding "and'Mrs. AlcGuinncss will reside in | Cleveland^where the former.is.in busi- j ness. r The "bride is well "known in Connellsville, having frequently vfcjt-' ed'at the bonie of Mrs.'Mary'OTIafa, a relative, in Vine street. Miss Agnes ;the late John ."V " daughter or of. Uniontown, A lieutenancy. FoUowij.g-~t^ ce re- .--raony Sergeant -^lijarjnd Mrs. Co'urt- , left · Ipz^SeT. pi. to visit a lat- aunt, 1 : Mr:-" and -Mrs. %ppcrman. Prom tbere they will go to Youngstown to visit the bridegroom's parents. They will also visit ' in Cleveland. At the conclusion of their honeymoon trip they will return to Connellsville and at the expiration on his 15-d»y furlough Sergeant Major Courtney will, return to Camp Lee. Petersburg; Va., where he is with the . Hearquarters 80;h Division. - ______ .jriss Virginia Hackney, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Jac'ob Sidwell Hackney. . 'jina..Hrt Lieutenant WUUanTWilght TanneyT iVjnemBer.Mr thfr- AintBTican. .'Defatcbiment" off . we're married yesi. tery'iRemoon' _at £ .ofclock in" borne 'oT'thD-liride-in '-West "-Church" stre*t~*ev."'E. A. Hodil. pastor of . . and HarryJT-J-oIey of Pittsburg. were -married- jffcs, morning. at 8. .o'clock. In P.le "Epiphany Catholic church,. Fitts-burg,- with -Rev, Lawrence OTormell officiating. The Metropolitan Artists, who ap- -peared- last- eve'ni'ng at the new "high school auditorium for the benefit of the Immaculate Conception church, were greeted by a large and representative audience. The concert was the most enjoyable one .given in Con- neilsvllle in recent years, every number of the delightful -'program' being greatly enjoyed by ' ( the' large audience.- The work -of 1 Rebecca Hepner, soprano, ' Othelia;- Averma'n "Vogel, pianist, v and Max '·Shapiro', :' violinist, .was excellent, each.' ; showing 'rare musical, talent. Jin'- Shapiro- ga*e .Connellsville music-ioT.ers'-'a, rare treat with'.his, violin .'compositions. He dis- playe'd."S, beautiful tone, 'and. adequate technique. . His" rendition. of "Zephyr," bylJirub'ay; "was. especially ' pleasing.; Rebecca Hepner bas..a.pUre"lyric soprano "voice of quality' and- resonance. W HEN your Kead aches you will usually find that you ares constipated and bilious. To correct constipation and clear die .system of the fermenting congestion of stomach waste, foul ases and tile, use DR. CALDWELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN .': '-'. Z5he Perfect Laxative . Drugstores Everywhere -- 50 cts. 5TM $1.00 A TRIAL BOTTLE CAN BE OBTAINED, FREE OF CHARGE, BY WRITING TO DR. W. B. CALDWELL, 457 WASHINGTON ST., MONTICELLO, ILLINOIS I I I I fflE BOYS'AND GIRLS' CONFERENCE A BIG FEATURE OF MEETING Of the Fajettc Conntjr S«nd»y School Association Here Xext Week; \j. K. School Lends in Gain. The older boys'and older girls' conference is but one of the features of the meeting of the Fayette County Sunday School association which is to BARRAGE FIRING DRILL HAS INTEREST BUT NOT LIKE THE "REAL" THING Says John.JUiikia lVJio,WHh Othor Artillerymen ut Camp Kcuruey, Is , Anxious to be "Orer There." The drills which the batteries of ihe Field Artillery are being yiveu IE Uic The Store Ahead Tke HOME of QUALITY and SERVICE J29tol33.N'PlTTSBURG Stj CONNELLSVIU.E; PA. Butterick Patterns LAST CALL 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. Special 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 OH Extra Special--25 Waists, all sizes, dark colors only, prices range from $5.00 to $10.00, One Half Off camps in this country are familiariz- Tib© ( ing the boys with "barrage" firing as MISS CI-ABA M. GY1ES. Miss Clara M. Gyles, 72 years old, be held in Connellsville on Thursday. ! it ia being praticed on the western! ^ i died very suddenly this morning at thepjfhird Presiiyterian church "efflc-i In the .arii..-'Aid'a,"'" she displayed iatedv The .wedding was-rery qulet,-| much tirnnatic intensity. Her group ] ' " only the Jmemdlate relatives o f . the two families attending. The bride attended tSe^ Baldwin school, Bryn Mawr and later entered the Pennsylvania college for women, where she received her_de(rrec in 1917. -^During., her collegejiotirse^she was arise interested in playground work. In Pitts-, burg and for three years was one of' the supervisors at Onnsoy park. The bridegroom is a son ot Mrs. Eliza.- Deth Hall Tanney of Detroit, Mich., »nd during the past year.he has been a member of th* Royal Flying Corps. The H. S. O. class of the First Methodist Episcopal Sunday school -Kill meet Thursday night at the home of MissxEdna Zimmerman in East Fairview avenue. Mrsjam,esj MoCairps is- the clas«~:teacheTr"All~Tnembers- are invited."'""..:.". ~i ".' ':.'.' \ Mr«.'-B.~'R".W!igainan 'wilt .entertain the-Btis?"-Twelve club Friday, night o{ songs were characterized by p u r e ] dictation and charming interpretation. February-21. This feature is of such importance to Sunday school workers and young people generally that County. Superintendent J. S. Carroll has issued .a call to the high school principals', of .the county to interest their students in the meeting and to urge their attendance.' Tbe names of students attending .will bo reported to the"various principals and they will bepven credit for school attendance The report of Joseph R. Forsythe, Othelia Averman Vogei markable ability. The showed - re- piquancy of her light passages in addition to the'?"* tbe flrst da ; ot the cc f, test full sustained tone is .truly a picture 'of "sincere musicianship. Miss Clara Grasinger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Grasinger of Un- secretary of tbe Fayette County Sun! day School association, of attendance at the schools of the county last Sun- tor increase in attendance, is still incom- front in l-'rance. The exercise is proving most interesting to those wU participate in it, but they feel that it lac-Its the thrill and quick action of the "sure enough thing," as may bo judged from the following, taken from a letter just received in Connellsville by a friend of John D. F. Ranjtin, u member of Batter}'. D, 143rd Field Artillery al Camp Kearney, California. | "We have been having quite a bit of excitement here during the past week, j the home of her nieco, Mrs. William M. Rogers No. 51S East Crawford avenue. Although she had been in poor 1 health for some time past her death t was not expected. Mrs. Rogers h a d ! conversed with her just a short time i before her death and apparently she j was in her usual health. A short j time afterwards Mrs. Rogers went to ; ] Miss Gyles' room and found her dead. | Heart trouble was the cause of her j sudden death. Deceased was born in ] ,, , , , London, England, a daughter o£ the We had barriie Ore the last tour days ! ,. Up M r ^ Irs A J f r e d G y l o B por many years she resided in Newark, N. .1. She had made her home -with Mr. and Mrs. Rogers since last November. Miss Gyles was the last mem- · plete. Several increases were re! corded, the highest being by the j United Brethren school of Connells- and this afternon we had rcgJmeaLa.1 ! r review. This is the first review we j have had since we were mounted, and ; it's quite a novelty. Tomorrow we*! have a divison review. This Is to show ; what advancement we have made hi training since we came here and also · to give Lho oGlcers a chance to judge ber ol later. the family. Notice of fpneral ville. With an average attendance of | of our fitness. Everyone Is anxious to I MRS. AMANDA CUMMJNGS. i Tbe funeral of Mrs. Amanda C u m - ' kmtown. and'Carl J. Boost of Union- 3 5 0 d u r i n the ^ year Iast Sunday's j get over there. H e all figure that w e , mlngs w m bc hel( , tomorrow town, were married Monday morning 1 attendance of 235 showed a gain o f ; have had enough of this trammgcamp j noon at 3 30 in St. John's Catholic church in Union- i D6 per cent town, nuptial high mass being celebrated by Rev. Father B. P. Kenna. The school of the Christian church ith 228 present gained 22 per cent 'stuff' and everyone ia aching f o r ; some real excitement. j "The barrage Bring is very interest- · residence, officiating. from the f a m i l y : Rev. F. S. "Wortman -er its year* average of 186 The Ing and also the H. C. Prick Co*e compan, street. Green- ley.^forrfs-inT^Eighth street, Green- TlierjEj-W. class of.; the First Bap- at the Home^Df'/Miss' Rose Moore;in' "West Fayette street: :Vi7Jf' . .'_; The monthly meeting.jJ'the .board A unit to the Charleston Comforts . of 1 n 5 ona , p " odJ . wlt i an Branch of the Navy League met last I60 ' ' The ' night at the home o f ' Miss Jennie Penn v in Eighth street, Greenwood, and |" av1 "-" spent-the evening knitting for the sailors The unit wit! mecfneit \ton- flay 3S;? at the horn To?\!rf Stan · ' ' ' ot , Episcopal school held, to its yearly average of 400 by es leading up ! DENNY" CLIFFORD HERE Better cooking: at less cost with . Mazola, the pnre oil from corn ! Mazola is a vegetable oil from an edible source for deep frying, sauteing. shortening and salad dressings. Foods fried in Mazola retain all of their natural flavor and are easy to digest. Mazola does not transmit taste or odcr from one food to another--can be used over and over again--a big factor in economy. And because Mazola ii a vegetable o3, it enables you to follow the plans of the Food Administration and save animal fats--butter, lard, suet. Get Mazola from your grocer in pint, guart, half-gallon and gallon tins. Also ask for the free Mazola Book of Recipes--or write us direct. YOBT Bener refunded ii Mt=e)» doca DOC gtrc efl'.ire ai:iiF*cttoa'. Corn Products Refining Company New York Seflfar Re»rettxUttr« Thompson Eiieman to them and all camouflaged/ tt was i Former Tmtter Accountant Xon Holds' About- 35^TTomen heard'Mra. Mary | *!" a l ° fel1 belliD d.. its attendance an ' e x p r e s s r a l n , . b u t always doubled ; , . . tist Sonds^- school will "m'eet-toaight--MoClaiiTlecture on'"Meats,.and Meat - ^ . ·--. · - ·--- ,-· -~ . ,--.- · .. -- . -- . Substitutes," yeaterday : afternoon in .'the domestic.science room of the high school;/ of trustees bf.tie'.jrirst'.Baptist churcU.) College. In .the evening she lectured TM.. Mrs. McCIain is representing!" ',,', , - _ . _ , . . ,, the lecture extension bureau of. State j __? s « 1 ' 1 ? »·TM e n ? ° C °TM "'"«· will be held'..tonight In thir'chtirctn: and Oils," and gave a.demon- j atra'tlon on the cutting and fitting of The King'* Daughters'bflhe Hr.t|are«s patterns and talked on methods : reilc ? B1 ?? cr ' Scottdale . arc -Ue TMrk- restyterian : «biiroh will hold, prayeti of .mending and patching! i e ;? '" th '' scc '' on , w h o are coS P er - meetins this'eVenins~at-7T4STo'd!ocfc.! ' '."-'.:'"-" ; _ ' j ating in the collection ot attendance at the homfe-^of Mr.-ittaMfB-tCaniel-'.'·;·;". ^- PERSONALS. " . j 3tat ' 5tics "" - Miss Jessie Rhodes of the "West Side i · ~ ~ ' was in Pittsburg yesterday attending : ·: AVatkin-Trout the fourth of a series of concerts given : Miss Bessie E. Trout, daughter of by the Philadelphia Symphony or-. Mrs. Jennie Trout of Sco-tt6a.le, and chestra. , Watkin R. Watkin, of Voungwood, The best place to shop after all. Brownell Shoe Co.--Adv. · Mrs. ,E.:;T. Norton was in Pittsburg some job making a forest out of an i / IVi'st Virginia I'ostiion. an open field, but we managed to do i p. D . Clifford, well known to Con- j fairly well. You can imagine what a j n c l l s v l l l i a n s and throughout the Con- Presbyterian school failed to come up j racket the guns made when popping' nellsville region, is visiting friends in ' to its average of 250. its attendance | at the raw or three rounds a m i n u t e , ' ( ,, ,, . ,, r or a d^ h a v i n g been called t o 1 being 242. The United Presbyterian ] b « In battle they must go better than , Homestead by the fcrious illness of i school, with 200 present came within i three times as fast, which means still '. his brother, John Clifford. "Denny," i 25 of equalling its average of 225. I more racket. I have often heard i t i ^ n j s friends have always called him, i The Presbyterian school of Vander-I 8a id tl at the shells made a uoise l i k e : recently passed tlie examination and ! t Qualified as a certified public account- ' ant in his adopted state of West Vir- i ginia. He Is uow manager of i n o ! National Audit company, with head- i quarters iu Huntingdon, which enter- ; prise is doing a prosperous business,; having a considerable staff in its em- | ploy. i Mr. Clifford's oldest son is in the ! overseas forces of U n c l e San; his old- | cst daughter was recently married i and his youngest child, a son, is near- ; ?.96 as compared with an average of 120!- The Methodist Episcopal school of Dawson had an attendance Its yearly average was 363. B - M ^ rtl " ° r . CrmneilsviUe, R. l d H u b a n d - Daws TM : Ed - rf1 , muncl l a t i n - and Law- .Sinclair in- North Pittsourg- street- stead of this afternoon 'as previously announced. The services are in honor ot the 96 birthday of Mrs. Mary Dunlop. ( The Over Th*ire Unit No. C, to the Charleston .. ComfMts ..Branch, o.f;;the . -' Navy League wni' meet ^ontgBt at the '·- home of Mrs. P. H. McKevitt in "· Chestnut street. It will be the last ·· meeting until sifter Lent. ;· ' The Outlook dnh is meeting this ?.f- :: ternoon._at_(he. home of -Miss^ Phoebe ;: Dunn in-South Profpect^etreet. ·· -·· · -~: The""Ph'i»p Freeman .·Chapter's, '- DaugStef»,o£-th'3 American Revolution : - wllU-meef'^lurffay afternoon at the~'~- hom^ot-Mrs. Charles E. -Wilson in ;· West^Green. "street. '."·. ' " , : . ' . ' . . : · '....,. ~.\ A'is^jKTCrf-'the-'K.'L. Girls clttb .; ·whictt^wp»-'tir"}i«ve been hlld' Friday " evenircs_at Ae home of Miss Theresa :: Kaylor iri South Connellsvlile, 1 has ", been -postponed to a" 'later date. ........ .· yesterday. sale starts tomorrow. were quietly married Thursday evening at 8 o'clock in the 'home of the bridegroom's sister. Mrs. G. R. Taylor in Fourth street, Ybungwood. Hev, Tohner officiated, using the ring cer- Kow that I have heard them I can aa.y that they sure-do." ORRINE FOR DRINKING MEN Our big Brownell-Shoe Company!--Adv.--12-lt I emony._ :The attendants were Mrs. .Mrs. C. W: Downs and daughter, Anna Brinkley, an aunt of the bride. Sarah Jane,, are-visiting relatives -In ! and'.G'. H. Taylor, a brother-in-law of Greensburg-^ " ' " --If-you-need shoes and want to save ·money you will surely attend our big! served, a color scheme' of red, white .ale tomorrow. Brownell Shoe Com- j and blue predominating. The bride- We are in earnest when we ask you to give Orrine a trial; You have nothing to risk and everything to | ing the age wher. he feels that he can gain. Cor your money will be return-!g 0 to the front, but "Denny" remains ed i[ after a trial you fail to get results from Orrine. Orrine can be given In the home secretly, without publicity or loss ol time. Orrine No. 1, secret treatment; Orrine No. 2, the voluntary treatment. Costs only $1.00 a box. Ask us for booklet. Connellsville Drug Co., \V. Crawford Avc.--Adv. RED CROSS GAME pany.--Adv.^-12-lt. R...if.'.'BT.ans,'manager of lag'.dry! go into.training;. goods "department of the Wright-Met:.- ' ler:c'bm'p.any~store,..has gone to New -York, toibuy spring and summer goods'.See our advertisement in thin issue on page-6, BroVnel! Shoe Company^ --Adv.--12-1L" .' : ·.;.. Read The Daily Courier. ··"·'-·' Our sale lasts all this month-~but come early while your size is here. .Brownell .Shoe. Company.--Adv.--12-it the bridegroom. At n o'clock a beau- I Local r , ttdy jiaccanops 1VI11 Pay Scott"fully appointed, wedding supper was ; j s | c c,\ r \ s Tomorrow \ight.- Tbe fca.dy Maccabees and the Scottdale girls are playing a basketball game at the Scoitdale Y. M. C. A. tomorrow night for the benefit ot the f'groom Jeft yesterday for Camp ! t O ) as young, spry, nimble and portly as when he was holding down ihe pay roll at Trotter twenty odd years ago. PROPERTY OWNERS DO YOU WAST TO SELL -5 DO YOO VI-OT TO REST . List your opportunity -with us either for sale or for rent. "SVc have a list of both buyers and sellers. Now is tbe time for renting and for selling. Don't delay. SEE US AT OA'CE. DORSEY REALTY COMPANY 606-607 Second National Bank Building, Home From South. Mises Madeline and Theresa Brennen of Scottdalu were in town this j morning on their return from Char-' lotte, Augusta, Ga., and Washington, I D. C. They were accompanied by Miss Mo.rga.ret Gleason, of Savannah, Ga., ! who w i l l be their guest for several ' weeks. The Masses Brcnncn went to j Augusta lo attend the wedding of ! Miss Mary Byrne and John T, "Wum. : :; : A-meeting oMhe I. X. L. Bible class ;; of tie United Presbyterian church :; will be held tonight at _ the home of " Mrs'.'John lijwrey in South Connellsville.- Members will 3ea,v.e on the 7:30 ' 0 clock street c:ir. Mrs. W. H.'Prancis · i s the -class 'teacher, " " ' " ' / ; The Y. L. club will hold a '.: West Side. The marriage -of-Miss -Mary Eliza- "Better than toast for breakfast -AND MADE OF CORN soys -i GoitiR t Washington. · - : Miss Edna Zimmerman,-bookkeeper enter the service : of the government. Her; resignation 'takcj effect- Saturday 'and. on the following Monday she will leave for Washington, D. C., to take up clerical work. No I'oiif'f t'onrt Today, j There was no police court this morn-! ing, two men who were arrested for! I Bghting last night being re:eased o n ' WOMEN.TO REGISTER Another Opportnnity (Jlrcn on Fob- ni«rj;2», 21 and 22. .Women at Conuellsville will be | for war work, Wednesday, .Thursday dance j .^,5 PrWay February' 20, 21 and 22'. I The registration, which will take jP.'ac?..at,.the.school builiinsB. will begin at 9 a. ra., and continue to 5 p. m. i Mrs. W. P. Clark, chairman ot the · registration committee; and a number of assistants wfll be in charge. i The call for registration of women I for war service was" sent out hi- President Wilson' through the 'Council o f ! National Defense. Every woman na-.1 live born and foreign, "white and coi- ' ored, is expected to register. The 1 women must go to the place of regis- ' tration to register. The cards cannot ( he sent to the women. k EaAs. ..·Sergeant William Mitchell of Ports- motrtbrVa., and Mrs. Mitchell started today for the former's' home at Cumberland -after a visit here with Mrs. Mithcell's mother, Mrs. Anna E. Mitchell, of 139 West Crawford avenue. .Sergeant Mitchell is rounding out a 10-day furlough. Red Cross, the entire proceeds ot the i game lo go to the Scottdale chapter, j m( ot tnrM[5 Many tickets have been sold for the I |.game and a record breaking crowd is expected to attend. The game will be reforeed by "Cliff" Crowley, u mennher of the 110th Hospital Corpr, who is home on a 10-day furlough. The Scottdalo girls ha\c played the Lady Maccabees here but the locals have never met on the Scottdaie gym. Hair Tonic If you are troubled with dandruff, itching scalp, hair coming ou we ask you to try Meritol Hair Tonic on our guarantee tnat H will gi\ you satisfaction or money refunded. When customers ask -us for tl best hair tonic we always recommend this one, as we know the formu. and know it is good. Sold only by us, oOc and f 1.00 the bottle. LAUGHBEi DRUG COMPANY. Save Your Cash and Your Health : Home From Bnyinp Trip, I E. W. Horner, the West Crawford favenae clothier, 'arrived home yester- ' any -from Philadelphia, ' where 'be spent..the", past "week "buying spring aad summer 'poods. · - · ; - - · ' · C A S C A R A U I N I N E Th« itandaTd cold cure for 20 yenti-- IB tablet form--safe, sure, no opiat«« --cure* cold in 24 hours--grip in 3 oar*. Money back if it faili. Get the ·enuine box vrith Red top and Mr. jiill's picture on it. Costa less, ctyei At Any Druf Star* * This * Easy to Make Pine Cough Remedy Tbonsanila of fomillos sircar br Its promi?t rwtults. Inexpensive, nnd saves about ?2. BEFORE ADVISORY BOARD Scotttlale Hepistr«nts lo Report iu EITES PLAY TONIGHT Special to Tlie Courier. SCOTTDALB. Feb. 12.--A number of the registrants examined at Scottdale on Saturday by Local Board No. 7 of Westmoreland cnumy. for t h e A Beautiful Complexic For Only 30 Cents Gum^G Kirc Will U n v c Slroiii; Opjxi- nent. in City LcnyiH 1 (iiuno. The Kiitc club and the Garage w i l l , , ,, play the city league game at, the MSK- ! Xotlime better, bnt-vv! 1 easily make it Yon know "that pine is liscd in nearly {ill ]) rescript ions a nd remedies for couchs. The reason is that pine contains several poculiar elements that have a. Tcmarlrcable effect in. son thins and heal- in*r the ineinbrnTics of tlie throat and clicsfc. Pine is famous for this purpose. Pino couch syrups are combinatious of ·ninp nnd e.vrUD. '£hu '"syrup" part is us- iplain crnnulated s-jjnir symp. ' ' ' buy it? You can. in five minutes. icdy l-'ayctte county court "It's none of my ol National Army, whose cases were re- blemlsljcs of any kind or any skin dl» f-rred to the ".Medical Adv: s orj- Board ifl^L'^ofnt^nf^daT."'" '*" To' make the'besfe pine cough remedy thr.t money can ouy, put 2 J X« ounces of Pine.x (00 cents worth) in a pint bottle, and iiil up with home-made sucnr cabee hall tonight. These two teams have been doing fine work in the passing line but as yet have not met each otlaer. A fine game is promised for this evening. The Sovith C o n n e l l s v i i l e girls and the Lady Maccabec team will play the preliminary tonight. j ' y^u"can fecUhfs'ta'ke hold of a cou^h A meeting oC all the managers of j or cold in a way that means business, the city league teams is called foj ' ' rii e coujrh may be dry. hoarse and tiphc. - ic - i i * T. r ^ I T I o r ^ ai v to porsjstoncJ7 loose irom the (.15 o clock at the Maccabee hall 10 [ formation of pUli^m. "The cause is the discuss an i m p o r t a n t matter. The i same--inflamed membranes--anrl this manager of every city learn is re- i ? ines a "f i ?J" r "P combination will stop ; it--usually in 24 hours or less. Splendid, ure instructed to £o before the Board !. Cnicn^vn on Wednesday. They lire lo present ihernselves Iiefore the Advisory Board which me^ts at the house and be tbere at 1:30 o'clock. w.- if you want a tbe people you mtvt, start 'to use I»i son K Ointment to-niglit--osc rubbing tvell into the skin. Continue wek or unUl every pimple, blactb '" t[ "n or rash IB gone. _ ,. . , .,, .-,fail to *ry it and yon can Ute Each registrant w i l l secure his ex- ^^ d /fj u y° B TI be- proud of your lo aniinatjon blanks from Secretary " *" *----· --"· eruptio v: a ?,' V TMrf UK oo| Va nd^ry d %l?LSt- Chartcs D ' F1 ^ e at t h e Sco(td:l!e Y - D TM«S Trtn^STp V 1S K · · *"·· ' J M. C. A., and arrange 10 bo in Union- UM - WUBe np 1B nntnorizr-d town by 3:30 o'clock sharp. Some of »«nt'doesn't"ii,ake"jfood.' the registrants have already gone be- -. SQJ^ by A A. Clarke fore Pittsburg Advisory Boards, ! quested to be present. fiues East For Spring Goods. B. C. Moore, manager of the men's clothing department' of the Wright- Metxler campauy, left Sunday for Now York, Baltimore and Washington. He will purchase spring- and summer styles In men's clothes. Mr. Moore j will also suip off at Camp Meade. ' for bronchial asthma, hoarseness, or any ordinary throat ailment. Pincx ia a hiffblv concentrated compound of penuir.u Norway pine extract, and is famous the world over for its prompt results. Beware of subsllfcnlcs. Ask your dnin- pisfc for "2V; ounces of 'Pines." with di- FennsriUe'Kod Cross. = The Pennsville Rexi Cross unit, will ; meat at the home of Mrs. 0. P. Len-j. hart on Thursday afternoon at i \ o'clock to sew. Everybody interested in the Red Cross work is invited to attend. ECKMAJ , rcctions, and don't accept anything Guaranteed to pivc absolute" satis- ciso. Classiiicd Adtern^mpnts : \Vben used iu The Daily Courier ways -bring results. Try their. IKVALDABLE FOR COLDS It Ukm in time ihl. Calcium compoi }2"»J» «!?.«* of chronic Uirou or li u«"b}e. AB tbe remedial ana tonic qi Hits are combined in this Calcium ct pound. X 0 harmful druss. Try them 50 cents a box, including war t For ««le by »U dnu:E

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