The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 19, 1918 · Page 2
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, February 19, 1918
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PAGE' "TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNKLLSVILLE, PA. " Th monthly meeting of the Christian Endeavor society of the first Presbyterian -I church was held last evening iir;the U church." " ""' r~ Officer* tor the_ ensuing years were -- elected as-'foirdws: President.. Joseph McConnell, Jr.. vice president, R; R :," Grimm:" secretary." - Miss KatHariae '" List; treasurer, .Miss Eliza '"Bc!le " SmlthVplanisOhss Dorothy JK".: Claren; assistant pianist,-MisS "Helen The regular meeting of the Woman's Foreign Missionary society ot.tlie. ·- Methodist Protestant church wiir be-' -- held Thursday afterDoon at the home of Mrs. S. T. Benford in-North-Pittsburg streel ·Plans-for- -fhe^ahnual thank offering" servioei^ib be-held Sunday night in the" cliurcfi 'will "be completed. ;; -.- -The-' Vonbora -class -of- the -Trin'it} if.-interest. fas.- Mclntyre" was fflf- " " Margaret Graslnger -o'f- - ;J: LrRodnsues aiio_5on_John Thomas Bodngues of Pittsburg were guests of the former's father-in-law, Joseph B. EcharcLof North JPittsburg- street' FROZEN WATER MAINS ARE BEING THAWED OUT BYTWO METHODS Steam Boiler Usccf on Ogden Street; Electrical Apparatus on Cottage Avoune. Thawing of the water mains which have been frozen up for the past five or six-weeks is progressing and the water_comoany expects to have most of the mains open soon "We will keep right after this work now and I think we win soon be caught up," said Mr. Halstead this morning. The West electrical thawitig appa r atus. ib today. The best -place to'"shop after all. [of Ma y° r Duggan. -1 at work'm addition to Uie steam roller BrowneH Shoe Co.-- Adv. _W..N. Hileman,.of the Central ilotor s in^Eittsburg. "toflaf on - Inigmess. · » r - -- Miss ila'ry 311ger left last night for Washington · D, C., where she has se- euted a' position · in- the war department. Miss Sliger was "formerly n stenographer in the division accountant's office of the_ Baltimore Ohio railroad." She 'was accftmpanied by : roller to the other side of Crawford -Miss Edna ZlmmeTraad,~who' will also enter the sen-ice of the government Downs' Shoe Store will conduct a $1.50 sale jn odds and ends in women's Lutheran Sunday school will meet on ', snoes . sizes : - -^. " and 3%. Sale will Friday n^ht at the home of Miss ' last just 4 days, Tuesday, Wednesday, Esther OWm, 107 Madison avenue. (Thursday and Friday--Adv.--18-3t j Clarence Hoop of Homestead spent Sunday-wiih his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hoop of Eighth street, Green- ·wood; . . \ Miss Kathenne Toulin of Sycamore street, who has been- ill "for the »fast month, is able to be about in her room. .Miss Catherine Dorley of Scottdi le · TBe;JTonian's'Gir!td of the Trinity Episcopal'cliurch will meet tomorrow ^vrrflhg- -af tli*- tome of 'Mrs. -W: · R. Smith in Eighth street. Greenwood. The Woman's Benefit Association of the Maccabees will hold a Jlartia Washington tea'EflhigJirift Maecabee hall. A program. will be.rendered foK lowed by refreshments. An interesting program on "The Food Problem." was carried out at the regular meeting of the Woman;s Culture club held yesterday_afternopn at.the ham.e_n£,JJr. Katherjnc Wake- fleM ut^East-Crawford avenue. Pap-1 The Novesta Shop will be open Moners were Jead asTolloss: '^Purpose of the" Selection ~ ami Preparation T o£ Food."-Mrs..J, J. Thompson; "The_Balanced -Seal.""^Mrs. T. H. Francis. A vocal -solo by-Mrs.-A. R. ( Boyer and a piano; ^efcctton by - Miss ~ DorbSy Kurtz,, were- both -quite well received. Plane for a benefit, for ^e Red Cross ments. were made. The next meeting will b* held Monday afternoon, March 4. at the home of Mrs. E. H. Floto in Race street. A meeting of the Women's _ Bible class oT"thc First Baptist church will be held Thursday afternoon at, the home of Mrs. E. II. Coleman in Morrell ayenne.-Greenwood. All women of the congregation are invited. Mrs. Mary Matthews of Unlontown announces the marriage of her daughter. Miss Rhoda Matthews and M. J. Carroll of Fairmont, solemnized two weeks ago in Oakland, Md. An ambulance blanket knit by members of the Woman's Culture club is was a ConneUsvilie shopper Saturday-night. . _ Miss'Kit Dougherty has returned to Pittsburg after a visit with her brother and sister-in-law. Mr. aj»d Mrs. J. J. Dougherty of the South Side. Mrs. W. i.. Hoffman ot -Morgantown .is.'he guest of her sister. Miss MargareT^t'lacksJojie. day 'and Friday evenings. Appointments by phone.--A4T-19-S. ·Mr. and MrsZ Walter Seaton and Miss Sarah Seaton" went'to-McKees- port'tbis morning to attend the funeral of a ^relative, Mrs. Anna, J. P. Baldndge, held this afternoon. -- Mrs. Samuel Carroll and children of were, discussed.' tSo definite arrange-- -Latrofre ha\ e returned home after a Tlsit with Mrs. Elizabeth Carroll of South Prospect street. Miss laicille Moffat and Miss Marjone Cummings were recent visitors in Uniontown. * Mr. and Mrs. John Augustine and Mr. anfl Mrs. .Robert Stoughton, have returned home from a visit with friends in Uniontown. W. C. Dunn was in Cumberland yesterday 6n business. Mias Esther Towzey spent Sunday and yesterday at Jleyersdale as the guest of Miss Regina Reich. P. E. Daugherty, county farm agent, is In the citf today. Jfrs. Frank^Kastner and Mrs. C. J. Codlre and children are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Niland of Highland avenue. displayed in a window of the Wright-1 jjjss Margaret Tipping of the West Metzler Wmpany. Tie blanket is! side is visiting at the home of Mr. made of knitted squares of bright coWU n d Mrs. J. J. Herron in Uniontown. ored yarn and is 1 very attractive. · The Knit and_- Win -Unit to the' f Charleston Comforts Branch o£ the · ' Navy League met last night s, the : home of Mrs: Stanley Morris in Eighth .; street, Greenwood, and spent the ev- ·: ening knitting Sm the. sailors. Saturday night the TJnited-for-Serrtce Unii; will meet at the home of Miss Jennie Penn in Eighth street. Greenwood. ;. John A. Jaynes of, Uniontown and ;. Anna K. B. Campbell of McKeesport w»r» (ranted a licence Greensburg yesterday. to wed in Tn» regnlar meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary to the Order, of Railroad Conductors wil] he " held tomorrow afternoon mt Z o'clock In Odd Fellows' hall. The meeting is one of importance and every member is urged to attend. Offlcers for the ensuing year ·wilt h* installed. The regular meeting of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union will be held tomorrow, afternoon at the Car- ·egl» Free library.. In.the absence of the president, Mrs. Elizabeth Carroll, Mrs. L. S. Michael will preside. Athens Temple No. 80, Pythian Sisters, will meet, tonight in Odd Fellows hall. ^^^. \~° "" " ." ~ CrifchBeloV'«11I ett- - S. Tancrwo'rk club tomorrow^JWterhoon at her home-in ' J. ' Side. and Miss JlaJx.'MtQnisr'will have charge of the re£BCC££iQ'n3jr:*rp3!jen. fpr'war work at ' tS«*TEtrd -- HI SMI ' achopl Jujldmg on Thrf -PERSONALS,- _ ' Jfiss GoldiefSari^has returneil home from Cumberland, where sjSe was tlie guest of Miss.JJelen Earsom."" Mfss Grace McNattT remain*^ f£r a _ more extended visit 'wM; Miss-; Earsojpc 1 Mrs. Cleo Crosjen .has.' tsturned home from Y6ungsto*tn, O.,' where she was the guest btneVbrotfier,"" Joseph Zimmerman. Don't fail to attend Downs' Shoe .- Store's sale on women's shoes this J -- ~wee!r if you wear size 3, -2^£, -3 -or 3%-_JThe price -is $1.50.-- Adv.-- 18-3t. Frank Bradford of North Pittsburg - -Street: KcctetjrnadjipTjs;1f!Wn_a trip " Tul Mrs'. X. A,3IcIr»trre hale re- atrec "aaoneymaon Miss "V7mnie Tipping has returned to her work as assistat chief operator at the Bell Telephone exchange here after recovering from an attack of grip. GOOD GAME TONIGHT Elks aid Kaccabees Flay at Haecshee Hall This XTenJng. The Maccabee" anF Elk "basketball teams are ready for the city league game to be played at the Maccabee hall tonight when the two teams-meet for the third time. The -Maccabees are prepared to win the game at almost any cost and 'Manager Cochran The West Penn apparatus is not be-| jng used today on account of the rain. The electrical method is being used on the.Cottage avonup mam and the roller is working on Ogden avenue. Tke steam pressure from the rbilcr lias thawed out between 300 and ·100 feet in Ogden street. . After the Ogden-aad Edna lines are j working the company w i l l take the' The West Penn will go work on Trevor and Queen streets ·when Cottage avenue is opened. The fire department gathered u p ' the several section of hose which were laid down Edna street from Crawford avenue Saturday for the use of residents of that section who wanted tOt get water. When Chief W. E. DeBoIt and his men were gathering up the seven sections used, he got a lecture from a woman living in the immediate vicinity. The chief asked why she did not get water from the hose instead of carrying it from a distant pump. She told him to "just imagine anyone drinking water from that dirty rubber nose" and became real indignant. Another woman said: "Oh. we dou't drink that water, we just nse it to wash." When Mayor Duggan's steanx. roller was being taken up Fair view avenue to the Pinnacle where it is being used to thaw out water mains the heavy machine ran out of coal near the bend in Fairview avenue The dnver went into a house and asked if he could borrow some coal. He explained to the woman at the door that be was taxing the truck up the hill to thaw out the water lines. "You can have the whole coal shed if that is what you are going to do," the woman told the driver. "I'd do anything I could to help out, because I know what, it is to be without water," Two bushes was all the coal needed. JVEEP y d u r c h i l d r e n in N good health-- The greatest menace to health in old or young is constipation. Dr. CaldweB's Syrup Pepsin The Perfect Laxative is recommended as a positive remedy for constipation -- mild and gentle in its action and free from opiates and narcotic. drugs. In countless homes it is the standard family remedy. Druggists everywhere-- fifty cents and one dolkr. TRIAL BOTTLS CAS BE OBTAINED, FUSE Of CHARGE, BY O DR. W, B. CALDWELL, m WASHINGTON ST., MONTICILLO, ILL. JOBBERS'COMMISSION Will MHS. SUK TRADER STACT. Mrs Sue Trader Stacy, 6" years old. died yesterday raornmg at her home in Uniontovin. Ono daughter sur- Tives. CALVIN V. CARLITZ Calvin V. Garliiz. 28 years old. d i e d j tfats morning at his. home at Morrell of pneuraonia. contracted last Thursday. Pie is survived by his widow and two children Notice of funeral later. JOHN' WATT. John Watt, eldest aon of Thomas "W. Watt, deceased, and Mrs. 9arah Watt of Dunbar, died Sunday at his borne in Boone, la. lie 13 suimvcd by his widow, onp son. three daughters, his mother and sisters. Misses Jennie and Margaret Watt of 0unbo.r; Mrs. James Henderson of U m o n t o w n ; Mrs A. J. Millin of Sha-pslmrff, and one brother, James Watt. Deceased was «. member of the Presbyterian church. CONNELLSVILLE IN LEAD Snndny SchooK «f City Hme Oior All Otliers. Connellsnlle Sunday schools still l^acl m the attendance contest, aecord- to the report or Joseph R. For- Bc Cnt Oif After April 1 hr a Order of J?nel Administration. Fuel Administrator Gariield having ! sythe. secretary oi the Fayette County , announced that Jobbers' commissioni) j Sunday Srhool association. Last Sun- will be elimiEated after April 1, retail j day the Unittnl Brethren school main- coal dealers frill be ailc after that j tained first place by a' gala of 41 per date to secure coaJ "at the mine" price, whether buying directly from the producer or tbrougft a middleman The dew regulation, will therefore result in a Jower price for all coal supplied to 'consumers by dealers who have been securing their supplies through jobbers. , Under existing regulations jobbers are permitted to add 15 to 20 cents a ton to the fixed price, as their compensation. After April I they will be obliged to look to the operators for their commission. TO STOP FLOUR SALE Is Plan to Compel Consumption of the Hoarded Supplies. According to instructions issued by State Food Administrator Heinz person* having stocks of flour on hand wiljjhe obliged to use them up before buying more. Investigations have been made of flour supplies'which convince the Pood has strengthened his lineup clash. The Elks are 'at the' head of the league at present, -laving been defeated only once, and. that time by the Garage. The antlered team has not met the Garage a second time however and the Elites are preparing for another game with the team. for the Administration that large stocks of ) flour are being hoarded by consum- MORE THAN $1.000.000 best by Workers 01 Accovnt of Strikes i tke State Last Tear. More than $1,000,000 v^as lost by workers of Pennsylvania in 144 labor Disputes in- the last five months of ac!ordlng v to a summary Issued 'ly the Department of Labor and In- 'dnstry. JTHe.'strikes involved 28,485 workers'-and they lost what is estimated "alt" 306,465- working days. -- 1%«-nieSiaVoivS. settled -31 disputes and ma'de-efforts-to adjust others.* The dispjjtes jettled involved '0,833 work- Soldier Home. MOUNT PLEASANT, Feb.^ 19.--Jn- lius^Secfchauser, who is enlisted in the aviation branch of the Signal Corps, ^risUed~his..parents at home here on a five-day furlough from Camp Grant, Illinois. Mr. Zeckhauser obtained his furlough in order to take the oath of a" lawyer at Pittsburg where he was ers in excess of their requirements. For the purpose of making a larger ready for export stopping the sale of flour is contemplated a a means of increasing the supply immediately available for shipment abroad. INSET SOLDIER Xonnt Pleaennt 3fon Threatened Iy Hob as n Ksult. to The Courier MOUNT PLEASANT, Fob 19--Two brothers. Albert and Clarence Rayed, were fined $10 carh last night by Burgess Sam P. Stevens for insulting Egnatz Kocinsk, member of the Gist Machine Gum Company. Camp Greene, who was ho^ie on a furlough A mob congregated about the home of the men and made threats against thein. It is said the two had a grudge against Kocinsk. Granted Warringe Licenses. · Everette T. Fearer of Uniontown and Cordelia B. Taylor of Ohiopyle; Harry Bibby and Bertha Augustine of Yukon; Charles H. Hillen and Etliel Muires of Bullsfcin township; James H. Smilh of Lower Tyrone and .Mary C. Holbrook of Wharton township; Frank Kridle of Scottdale and .Mabel admittea to"the bar on Saturday, The i E - Gri:n . of Connellsville. were grant- yourig^'man returned tovbts post from ] e1 marriage licenses in Uniontown. where he" expects to be sent to a I =r==^=^=^^^=====: southern aviation camp shortly. " 1V111 Buy Goods. ^Mrs.;J. R. Foltz o( Dunbar-ieft Sunday for Cleveland,' 0., to attend the spring millinery openings and to buy spring and summer millinery for the Style Shop, 'South Pittsburg street. She will stop off in Pittsburg to attend the millinery openings there, returning home the latter part of the week. Costs Less and Kills T h a t Cold Ladies' Tailoring. Tfhy worry because unable to find the suit to suit you at the store. Order it here, tailored exclusively for you and made the way you want. We only make high-class garments. Salv. La Chimna, 209 Pittsburg street, Connellsville; Pa.--Adv.--18. a S C A R A 9 U I N ! N E ' Th* rtandard cold care for 20^ i» tablet form--safe, lure, no opiate* --cure* cold in 34 houn--gnp in 3 dar». Uoneybackifitfaib. Gctthc genuine boa with Red top and Mr. «ur« picture on it. Costs less, civet more, saves money. 24 TabUu f or 25c. AtAnyDruvStora cent over tho year's average, the attendance being ISt. The Christian caurch school led m its class with a gam of 18 per cent by an attendance of 219 The Baptist school came next with 185 in attendance, a gain of 16 per cent. The Prcsbj terian school attendance rose to 275, a gain of 30 per cent o\cr tho yearlj' average. The Unitfd Presbyterian school with 201 prrsent gained four in attendance but was still short of the Scnwtlve. *1 do hope none of Uiose plotters will put me into chewing gum or court plaster," remarked one antnrax bacillus. "What difference floes it make?" "I want to keep out of politics. There are some forms of political latrigae that are degrading even to a germ." A Welcome Opportunity. "I enjoyed that state paper very much," remarked Senator Sorghum. "In a patriotic spirit?" "Yes; and in a personal spirit, too. It's thp first time I've had a chance to say 'that's good' while listening to a speech as often as I do in a poker game." FMSBKUA.K.I The Sun rises earlier and sets later each day now. That is one evidence of Spring. There are scores of others peeping out from various sections of the store--new Spring things. Every day brings forth new Spring goods and the people that always like the new things first can surely find fHem here. "THE STORE aa teas M Ptn»ua» St I BCTTEBICK PATTERNS. BLUE SERCfi SUIT Vfllli E.OBB01DERED TEST. The Proof. "If a man is known by his worts. | an automobile manufacturer must be n Inzy man." "Why so?" "Because his works are always tired." How Sbo Got It "Mrs. Cashlt has a great deal of yearly aveiage of 225. Likewise the embonpoint"," don't yon thlnlr" so^ ilrtC Methodist Protestant with 134 pres- i Comenp?" ent as compared with its average o f ; "Yes · she ai 200. The Methodist Episcopal had ' 3fS7 present, a loss of 33 from the pre- ; forrin fails." W(ls g^t on ceding Sunday and lacking that number to teach its 1917 average of 400.1 The Lutheran school with 305 pres- ' ent was 55 j-hort of its average i Tbo Vanderbilt Presbyterian school had ^02 present, a gam of six from j preceding Sunday but still short i Good Advice. Quite UHCful In your dolly life This good advice you'll find: Mind j-onr own business, and TOWIC JBT You'U have a business to mind. the r of it: Methodist Episcopal school lacked JO of attaining its average, 133 being present, or five less than on the previous Sunday. The Dunbar Methodist had 174 present, compared with 200 on the first day of the contest and with a yearly average of 272 DIVORCE DEGREE FILED Court Stakes Formal Order in Plyler Cose; Other Cases. A formal deciee was entered yesterday tn Uniontown in the divorce case of Gilbert Plyler of Connellsville againt Myrtle Plyler, m which four days were conbumed In the hearing. Judge Van Swearingen filed a written order refusing tho divorce. Divorces were granted as follows: Anna Kenney against Charles Ken- iiey, cruel and barbarous treatment. Margaret V. Halfhill against Smith B. Halfhill, cruel ind barbarous treatment. ' Frances CadBinski against Edward Cad^mski, desertion. ORDER NEW UMFORMS Police Defnvrtmont ITill Soon "Stop Out*' in Neat Blue. Orders for new uniforms have been placed by the entire police force with the Wright-Metzler company. The fire department has already received their new outfits. The police were undecided whether to buy the uniforms or not) but at a joint meeting agreed on placing the order. Daughter Horn. Announcement is made of the birth of a nine-pound daughter to Mr. and Mrs "Walter G. Ha at their home In Highland avenue. The babo has been named Mary Louise. Now Cars Arrive. The Wells-Mills Motor Car company jester day received five new Overland cars, all being driven through from Pittsburg. Ked Cross Soring. The Poplar Grove unit of the Red I Cross will meet tomorrow afternoon I at the home of Mrs. C. W. Erbeck. When used in The Dally Courier »]- ,vnv= l vr.p« results. Try th-Kn, Best He Gourd Say. "What about the bride's culinary efforts r 1 "Welt, she can make ice cream that melts In your mouth." The Opposite Kind. "Have you any \viix?" "Sealing wax?" "Ceiling? No; I want it to \ floor." -- New Haven Register. the A Strange Fact. "A loving \vord can medicine' most Ills." "And yet loving vrords are by no | means drugs in the market." | Navy blue serge is always a material that can be .used for almost every need. This snit of that serge is ex- iremely simple, but that is not detrimental to its beauty. The button holes are serf-piped, and are sewed on witi little strips of material. The vest is of copper-colored serge embroidered in black. Junk. "Why do they call a Chinese ship junk?" "Ever been on nne of them?"--Louisville Courier-Journal, self- Clumsy Job. Harold--Smytbd says he is mntlt* man. ! Hplen--I knew it as soon as I saw how he bagged at the knees. ORRINE FOR DRINK HABIT Orrine bas been uniformly successful m restoring victims of the "Drink Habit" into sober and useful citizens. If, after a trial, you get no benefit, your money will be refunded. It is a simple home treatment. No sanitarium expense. No loss of time. Orrine No. I, secret treatment; No. 2. voluntary treatment. Costs only $1.00 a box Ask for booklet. Connellsville Drug Companj.--Adv. Better Still. "I think the be«t feature of the house worming of Smith's new home wns its- Old English." "I think it was its hot Scotch." _^No Fatality. "Oh, officer, was my husband shot when you found him lying on the pavement?" "No, ma'am; only half shot" Off For Xeir Torlr. P. W. Wr;ght, Miss Lucy Stillwagon and Fred Doming left last night for New York to buy spring and summer goods for the Wright-Metzler company stores. Mr. Demmg is manager of the ladies' ready-to-wear department of the Uniontown store. SUIT NEW BUT HOLE IN SHI Bad Teeth Like Bad Sb Spoil Fine Dress and Good Looks PEOPLE NEGLIGENT IN CARE OF MO! Senreco Tooth Paste Pov fui To Saw the Teeth ai Prevent Diseases /'AH 'dressed rp Trttfc «. icfe '- hoft,'^4TT»a A bit oT sarcmar= Duns' B-t a TOUDE m^a £ri«od wtUMf UnJ^outflt was new «xcept t^ I turvd* 1 "*iio*«. Bifbt «ooa«ii* Elthvrjto man or woman a. »h*iifcj TijUd. spoil tb* appMj of the Smost decant £aj=aecis raT ' What 'about'the" teeth? Dress ! you pleas*, it you oy*a OBlng a decayed Mt of your~*attrm,ctlTeiieia end* right t That's^ a bole in the shoe for ThUtaPPU*! both to mon and we Girls, and yotrng- m*n. you lose the admiration which would be en «d toward you if yoa hv* bad t Tou ^ can't be ploasiDS 1 wit inouthful o£ decay. You be healthy either. The com! cf 'the teeth have- a telling fluence on other orsans of the Bad tooth affect the IntMtines, e ach, heart, and even the eye*. 2 c*l BC!»OC* ehow» that bad teeth duo* unhealthy condltlonn all ore TWi'th Senreco Tooth Paste at ·ervice -- a »ci«ntlfloally prepared tventtve of Pyorrhea -- there's no jof faliing- a prey to thew 11U. ineed of huTlntr a mouthful of d»c [teeth. Used regularly on a- « ITood teeth the deadly germs nave jchance to enter. If they aboutd itney can't exist long under its KJUgh cleanBinc properUcs. A cleanser and preventive of dl of the te*lh It !· poaitlrcly ret 'Advanced canea abould ba treat* your dentlat. ' UB« Senreco Tooth Paste as a ), Ask your dentist If should not pay ail attention to te«th. OC OOUTM we won't «ay Tooth Paste will cure Pyorrhea. you already hare it, your d« Is the doctor. Even if you nJTlicted with his terrible disease ireco Tooth Paste will help you t' JdA of It, with your dentist's at ·ance. But w* don't want you to [tract any ailment of the mouth i tooth, nor does your dental dootc A preventive 10 far better the lmv« to go through the trials of a Bavo your teeth by Senreco '. (Paste and the probability i* thai [won't have to deal with foul and ul.dlB««i*es. By taking 1 excellent frrour te«th you may save star ntestlnal, heart and eye troi Take .all precaution to keep the [clean -find do It with Senreco t (Paste, ths la-teat discovery of 6 Selene*. 8ampl» of Senreco free i {wish It, Seoroco Toolb Pwie, CI ' w ,7u raf un Slumps Cane fteportctL A case of mumps was leported to the Board of Health this morning. Patronize those who advertise. Tbe Uqi*l Wash for Skin DIM We bare -vitaeMod **ch remutmt result* with Urii mothine 'WMh of o that ' yon a bottle ea the RUB*?) tec that nnlcKitdoextbetiome/or 90 Jt curt* you not a. cent. S5c, CDc and Su J. C. Moore. Drupglat. Water SL, Connel.jfville. EVERYTHING COOKED LIKE AT HOME, Strictly Fresh, Clean and Pure. ASK FOH OUR SPECIAL CLUB BRBAFAST AND SUNDAY DINNER, "Our Pastries Are Delicious Because They Are Homemade " NEXT DOOR TO WEST PENN WAITING ROOM. Don't Take Risks If your stomach is strong, your liver active, and bowels regular, take care to keep them so. These organs are important to your health. Keep them in order with and avoid any risk of serious illness. A dose or two as needed, will help the digestion, stimulate the bile, and -regulate the habits. Their timely use will save much needless suffering, fortify the system and Insure Good Health Sold tjr JrureUu throughout fie world. U boxei, TOc, 25c. Direction, of Special Vajue to Woman are with Ercrj Box.

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