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PAGE six;. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVU LEI, PA. THURSDAY, JANUARV Si, 1»3U. P E R S O N A L M E N T I O N Ml-« Irma Fishbach went to Mor- Kanttiwn. W. Va. ( this morning to re- sumr her studies at Hie University of West Virginia after spending the Christmas holidays with hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gall Fi^hbkch of Soutb Plttf burg street. , Those- popular eye laah curlers at Hemline's Barber Khop.--Advertiee- ment.--31doc5t. MIPS Betty Boif ot^Bellalre, Ohio, rotiirneU to her home today after spending several dayti hero as a puost nt fhe homo of Mr. and Mra, J. K. Anplo and Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Stlm- mel. Wlss Ida Grace Michaels of Soraer- n-i is visiting her Jiuui, Mrs; R. B. Treutlo of Davidson avenue. aii'ss Annette InH, a student at Car- niii»fc lustltuto of Technology, Pitta- burg, returned to her studies today alt'H- spending; the Christmas holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oui! of South Pittsburg street. Mr. and Mrs. John Bigley and Fred McCrackon of Latrobo and Mr. and Mrs. David Craig of Seottdale- wore guests o f - M r . and Mrs. Raymond Addis of South Pi-.tsburg street on New Year. ,\lrs. W. W. Malnes of East CedaT avenue was a tJnioiUowu visitor today.- Miss Mary Elizabeth Smutz, teacher of art In the- Southmont High School at Johnstown, returned to hex 1 duties yesterday after spending tho Christ- m IH holidays with her parents, Mr. und Mrs. M. J. SmuU ot Kast Codar avenue, Mrs. J. it Strawn of Patterson avenue wont to Pittsbnrg this morning to spend the day with her brother. Jack Pierce, who underwent an operation a fc-w days ago in the Mercy Hospital as Ute result of an accident -with which he met last September while at work for the Baltimore Ohio Railroad. 'Hcgls Irwln ban returned ro State t ollego after spending tho Christmas holidays at his homo at Dawon. Mrs. S. M. De-Huff of Race street went to Plttsburg this morning. Miss Sarah Maigarat Gemas' is the juwst of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Jrvin of Uniontown. Mrs. J. J. Smith o£ Somerset, formerly of Connellsville, who, under- wdit an operation ii? Peter Brent Bilghton Hospital, Boston, Mass., Is reported to be soiling along as well as can be expected. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. K. Stauffer and daughter, Max!nr, left this morning for thoir home iu Lafayette, Ind., after spamllnR the Christmas holidays with Mrs. Slander's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Fred WSant of Washington 'avenue. They'were joinec! in Washington, P a , by Knox Long, who returned with thefti lo Lafayette. Both Mr. Stauffer and Mr. Long are instructors In the mathematics deoarlment of Purdue 1'nlverslty, Lafayette. , Dr. and Mrs. II. U. MtnerM, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Michael and Mr. and Mrs. (J. T. narki-r motored to Plttsburg Tuesday night and -attended tbe Shrine New Ye.ir eve celebration at the Syria Mosque. Mr. and Mrs. Michael and Killy Keffer drove, to New Kensington Wednesday and visited at the home of James Griffith. Miss Julia Sohonage of Morrell avenue, Greenwood, was the guest o£ friends at Dawson yesterday. Miss Dorothy Anderson, an assistant librariaii at the Carnegie Free Library, who is at tho Connellsville State Hospital lor treatment of a fractured ankle, «; getting along very nicoly. Miss Beryl Sim,pson ot Pittsburg has returned home after a visit with Miss Catherine Harry of North'Pitts- burg street. Use our "want" advertisement. Aunt Het W V KOU'tUHT "They used to 'thlrk a girl was Immodest it i her underclothes showed, an' BOW sllic looks Indecent if they don't." HJkVE IH CHEEKS tf your skin Is ypllow--complexion p a l l U I -- t o n s u o eoatetl-- appetite poor --5-011 have a bad taste tn your moutli ---a. lar.y, no-good f e o l l u g -- y o u ahould try Cllvo TaMetfl. Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets--a. iub- s t l t u t e f o r c a l o m e l -- w e i e prepared b y Br. Kdwards titter 40 ears o£ study. Olive Tablets arc si p u r e l y vegetable compound. Know thern by t h e i r olive color. 'fto have cleat, plrlc a k i n , bright eyes, no pimples, a f o c - l l n g of buoyancy like chSldhoud d a y s , you must get «.t the cau«e. Dr. Kdwarila OHve Tablets net on t h e ilvor and bowels U H o calOTnol^--yet, h a v no dangerous n f t - r ettecta. ' Tt.oy start the bilo a n d help over- corns constipation. T.'ke n i g h t l y and iiot tho pleaslns resuHa. M t t t l o n a ot boxia sold yearly. 15(., SOo, OOc,--Ad- ver .Isement. FUMES NOT CAUSE OF LOSS OF LIFE IN THEATRE PANIC Just Off the Wire By United VrOsa MITCHBL FIBiLD, bong Island, .Tan. 2.--Captain F. (.. Harbula telephoned here a few minutes after I P.' M. that h had crashed Into a Consolidated biplane at Flushing, Queens. Ho gave no details. * * » ALBANY, X. Y., J.in. 2.--Edgar F. Jennings ban presented his resignation fw warden of A u b u r n Prison, the scene ot two disastrous convict outbreaks ,it was learned her© today. Warden Jennings, who has been under medical care since he Itist riot December 11 in which ciKht convicts we-re- sihot to death and Principal Keeper George A. 1'nrnford lost bis life, is reported to have given bis physical condition ns the reason for his retirement. » * * SEATTLK, W n s l i , J a n . 2.--The .steamship Ualifornii was reported In distress G50 miles o f the coast today. An SOS said her fleering gea\- had "been carried away ,md sho was wallowing dangerous!;, In heavy Beas. Two Coast Guard i-utlers were- sent to h-r assistance. She carries , no .passengers. 1Y, Scotland, Jan. 2.---With tho (loath list of children in the panic at tho Glen Thcwtro standing at 70 and u scoro more hovorintr between life and death In hoopltala, funds for tho rolief ol' suttoring families Ixjgan p o u r i n g '"to Paisley -today. · Pre-lirnlriary investigation into the cause- of Monday's tragedy leading ap to the official inquiry sbowthatnoarly sill, if not all. ot the victims died from asphyxiation, by crushing or by bruises und not from inhaling caI'uon-mon- oxldo ga« HOT by burning. Tho blazlny fllm v hlch c.vused tho panic evidently had been thrown cloar of the building. AD THWATRE FIRK PAISI-KY, Scotland, Jan. 2.--Charlea l^urward mauagei* of the- Gloti Clncmu Theatre, was arrested today fhavjced with culpabli 1 homicide. Sev- onty chlktreu lost their lives d u r i n g a panic caused by a slight /lre in tho theatre on M'sv Year's Kve. MACHINISTS INSTALL STAFF OF OFFICERS International Association Machinists held thoir regular monthly tuec-t- lug lust night iu the Knights of Pythias IKUl in North PIttsbure .strc-et. Tlirro was a largo attendance, The- foHoitviisi? offluei-H were liibtalleel: President, Frank O. Richler; vice- president, llowari! \L. Lowe; financial ^ccreiary, U. K. N'orris: rcccrUlng -t-c-crotary. A. L, Fripl; treasurer, J. F. 1'Vlel; ^ e n i i n e l , H. G. Matuiney; conductor, O r. Rk-lisril; trustee, Charles H p e n c c , d i s t r i c t delegate, J. K. FHfcl. T\ie l i i s t . i l l a t u i n wan t o i u l u c t e i l by K M. V a u n b u , pivst prehidput. who t t i ^ o iih(*t( v u i?i'^^( l nt;iUo;t dl sorvicti Iu(lK,'h to '^5. "' anil 15-jeiu men. St-vi'iai din ol l o w n uictiiltoi s tt^-i'c in Rub %vell ovsr-" throat and chest OVEfirg. MILLION JARS USED YEARLY HUNTSMAN'S EAST HUNTINGDON TEAM HERE ON SATURDAY The Hast HuntiTig-don Towjiship High School baske ball team will play at tho Connellsvilla High gymnasium on. Saturday night it was. announced this afternoon. Th© game Is sc he-dul-ed for S:l!J o'clock and an interesting -evening i« promiae-d- by tlie proteges of Coach J. Owen Huntsman. The ilattor is woll Jcnown, to -follow( ra of baffk-etball In this community, vhere .ho starred for tho Unity Fraternity. His team Is rmwlo u-p of consicorable gren matw- ial but it la a fa *t-pasing combination. NOTRE DAME AWARDED ERSKINE GRH) TROPHY NEW YORK, Jan. 2.--Notre Damo was awarded the Erfkine trophy, sym- boJlc ol the colleco football championship, it was aiincuiiced. by ~W. O. Mc- Goehan, chairman of tho committee on selections. The award Is made annually by Albert Russell Erskino, automobile manufacturer. Tho final ballot of sport experts who voted on tho award showed Notre Dame with 179 votes, Pltlsburg with U and Purdue with two. ITCHING ENDS WHEN ZEMO TOUCHES SKIN -- t h o u s a n d s u a j way a o o t h l n g , l e U e f to s k i n « W v o n I n moat d i s a p p e a r s a i m t o u c h e s U P t o n face. To d r a w h e l p to c l o u r Ishos, wo k n o w I n v i s i b l e Xomo f i i m l l y iinllsc-jjt: 3y H'.H safp a ?J On. v V l l i l e u ' I t ' s wondctlul tho ooling- Zr-rno In-lngB lilcli I t c h e s a n d ' b u r n s , iteveie t-aiPS, ltd) Ing- ml ns .s.jon as X^ino ilor and i n l l a i u u i ! n\ir- jut lot-Hi I n f C L - t l o n and i w a y u n s l g - h t l y b l o m - yt n o t h i n g - b e t t e r t h a n Always keep t h i s · on ham). T'se It f r e o - ·ti.ii be flr, OOe ii nd :'rs · A d v c i t l s f m m t . ^\i j t (!nue IXlua W e i m c i , of Mr. uiul Mi ;, Wilson Wfelnit'r, and 'I'liciiupsoti (!. UbtjeKa, ion of Mr. aiut Mrs. lU-ur.v H ibeka, both of Mfycrs- (iuli', wure mai rled Tuesday a£tM uoou by Hc\-. Or. A E. Truxal at his borne Iu Somerset. License*! In CJreensburg, Charles R ')aiui of Scottdale and U rt A l o u n t f'lpasant ConneDsrifle Will F0rg« Mead If People Give Loyal Support C o n t i n u a l Crom Taije Ono. right of tl-efencft and so lias n community. Coua-ellsvill-e- h«s often bo-en assailed Cram tlie outside and lias iweeklly belcl her peace, until one would think she would ,enjoy be-Ing a pallbearer at her own funeral, an absurd' condition of mind worse than live German measles and fits combined. Only lately I was I u Conned in Pllta- burg that 'ConneUsv-lU-a-.la flat ou hor back' which I resented vigorously as I always do any'aspersions cast on this city. Ijnm-edlately a f t e r w a r d ] was told that 'Connellavillo had gone completely to 'th-e bad.' r Inquired why, and was re-minded ot som-e vacant stor-erooms. Traveling aboivi a bit I observe comparatively mor-e vacant store roomK iii other towns and cities than here. Now if a man has a few f r o n t iep'th out ahould that condemn him? I tteink not, be can buy some more teeth and vacant store rooms wilt not exist, in normal 'tim-os and certainly not if new Inrlttfffary Is brought in or etabKslie-ri otherwise-. An-ci- let me say l i g h t here. If the eitie^ns only -knew of the strenuous offortu beiri'g^madn by tho Board of, Trade to iaduc-e industries to locate hero they would be .tolerant and helpful in eVerj" way. ' To my -certain knowledge w-c have missed ,several very important factories employing many men, on account of Jack of cobperation among our local people. Thie is no idle statement but -a positive fact ami worthy of serious thought and determination to avoid like blunders In the future. Everything is at a price and the gratification ot an ugly word or thought or Indulgence in the habit of. detraction causes a heavy ·price to be paid by. some one an-d in this case this community paid. The part is always obscured by the present, and with our well paved streets, electric lighting and modern Improvements, as well as the heavy traffic. Only a comparatively few years ago ws had nono ot these things, i rememlww and perhaps some ot you do, that when it rained Plttsrburg street 'floated down past Brimstone Corner. Also the stepping -stones across Pittsburg Street at Church place, .'beyond Peacli street on-e bad to hold -onto -fences lo keep out. ot the mud. When tho Borough Building, with lock-up in 'the rear, stood on Brimstone Corner, when they shot up the lockup and tried to lynch a colored msin and wife one Saturday night and the noose hung from a telephone pole |ver the heads tof the people 'o- iujj to church Sunday morning, which gave ConnellSA-ille a hard nanvo on tho outside and difficult to live down When a tin shop and a small restaurant iitfjod ou Brimstone Corner now occupied by two largo and imposing bank buildings. The grave yard sur- roimdM' by shacks where- tlie Public Library stands now a beauty Apot. to the eye and" a blessiinj? to the mind Can you imagine such things and not think of the effort'and progress that transformed these localities into what they now are? Bvftiv one of these and many o-thei good improvements 'mot with opposition, acrious, long continued and euf- flcent lo have canned defeat. Did you know that some of our leading citizen 1 ! petitioned Andrew Carnegie not to donate any money to found the Pubilfi Library? Did you know that tbe 'proposed Greenwood Bridge -was not a pipe d return of U F. Ruth, tyut a carefully planned and worked 1 on' proposition, fully financed and woul: not -h-uYe cost ConnHlvillo anything but was killed through selfish opposition of tbe then exiting Yough Bridge Company, aided by deluded cltizerm? I mention these 'things li-ccanse hap-pily they sreipast and mental and prij-sii growth of Connollsvillc* would not permit such mistakes to occur again. A i l the result of progress, the beu evide'ice of which Is shown in the cllj like appearance of Oo'.inellsvIHe In the business dlatrtot, very favorablj noticed by motorlbta passing through and the improved churches, pnbl1 buildings and home* throughout th :ity, not to mention tho progressive uppo.u-ance of the clU'/.enti aw r«flecte by the ·membership of th-e ilotary an Kiwanls chiba. Are women citizens of merely lax payers? If we include thorn In eulogy then jwe can point with prltk 1 t women's clubs, cultural, civic and reli gious, who are always foremost in public spirit and effort for tho up building of what l-lioy represent. Our manufacturing plants are up t the standard in -equipment and cfllcl ency, our tranporUition facilities ar vastly superior to that of most com muni-lies, and the West Penn Railway Company lias made this thv -ontar o ita activities, with largo and p»rmft nent Investments. Being oNfwn Holly a Baltimore Ohio town we are »ti!l hopeful of f u l recoKiiltioB In the form of adequate and Improved stoop con.dlllon« wo be lieve this will eventually be realized. The entry of fhe- Pilteburp Wes Virginia railroad In conjunction will the Westeni M a r y l a n d Railroad, wll b r i n g improved conditions and add t the local prosperity ami wo rp-eeiv substantial and continuing benefit from tho Pittslmrg · hake Krlo Rai! road and its shop activities at Dicker sou Him, The Improvement or th Yough .Hlvor is being urged by th* Board of Trade which can show sub stanttal argument in its favor, an ; althoug'h we happen to ba- but a fe\ j miles outs-ido of t h e radius of tli i PHtsbtirg freight rate, we are ver; i m u c h w i t h i n the radius'of Influence o f t t i ! P U t s b u r g District aticl th-e overflow of m a n u f a c t u r i n g w i l l eventual ly -ex'ttsnd u* the Yough Ulv-er juat a W SORE ifcMustrrole--uau ally etfectira : in ORO application ·-- Uotier when t fl1-d up the Allegheny and Monon- ahela and riown the Ohl rivers These- things are bouciil to bo real- xe-d some (im-o and for tliewe r-f-Hf-ons 1 hink. ConncllsvtUe-'s fut«nro is aasu-red Ve- may grow weary iu Availing bui lie best panacea for that is earnest!} vorking for tbe realization o£ what w op-e- for. In tho mean-time keep in mind Hi a he local bank clearings arc i-nnnln, t (bo rate of $1,000,000 a week am nauy larger and more protection owns c a n n o t show Unit. White I c a n - ioi talk bank details it -may surprln » ·ou to know that ono- depository c f bo bank I r-eprebouf receiver! from \ i t9a8 and 1929, ton a n d o/n-e- halt mi ion dollars, riot lo nicntioi| lnr,gosuu j enl t-o other depositories. Th-e.' 3 nouioa all originated here aurl adtli i o the large flow of money through tl a ·th-er local banks prove the clearii g Kitise figure of ?1,000,000 ( jw wee;, vhicli wo-point lo with pride. If Coinieilfuille is flown and o it ben where does this, mowy coi ,-e rom? Somo other cornumnl11cn wou.d jroba-bly- li'ke to !o- down and out ,11 ho same way. In gonea'alizlntf it is hard to pr ^ my point but I hope UVOSQ words i re at least encouraging .mil t h a t we v ill d.11 go forward in the Rood wort? or making 1 Conn-ellsville what it shoi III be and som-e day will bo, a firt cl. sc city. The public mind is grcaU.\ exerci ?if ver HHaatisfactory conditions, one of vhich la prohibition. Our opinion is hat if liquor were put under the sa nc ban as counterfeit money, It wo t l d cure the evil, for there would bo no llscrimlnation as to who should h ivo t and who should not aad Ihe-'pujn-th- uent would fait equally. I only ir ^11 lion this because it affects bush JS-F and what ever docs that effects the Th«r« Is no question iu my mind but that tho Wall Street -crash in sti cks- lurt busln-e-SB and wo only have at yet i few surface Indications £ UK* d image doivo^nd the- Dull effect of Ah lobacle cahntot be estimated at ] resent. Wo- Eielieve that if i( were i iiule inlawful to buy blocks or oommod USK on margin, through the- tti;ency o Uic stock exchange, such dlsaetrs ( auld riot happen, and a« margin deafe arc only K-amblihg IranBectlone why should H be permitted? To buy si jcks outright uud pay 1'or tlu-m i« 1 giti- inate just the same aa buying any other property, but not the other way For instance suppose A buy« 1,000 barrels of pork on margin, an thc market goee.up, ho can irts-tt and lake the profits, but noror tsoee tho pork and loee not want to. Suppoe i the market goes down, and he c mnot cover, he }oaee arnl he never se-f 3 tho pork. But suppose he oan COVP · nml seep on covering until he ac ually owns the pork, do you euppoeo C r ono tanl that ho wants de-livery mmle to him? Not on your life. Whnl could A do w i t h 1,000 barrels of pot it but try io sell it? Ite must sell the t h i n g he never saw and doefi not w; nt lo, or tho storage UIH! coinn lesion charger! would eat him up, so h SL'lls at a big sacrifice, if the- war -house company has not already sold h en out. Ho took the gamblor'r) clwuice, a id thit, illustration applies to dealing n any commodity on margin. Win r loeo they do not want delivery ot thf actual comniodity at any time. Shoul 1 It bo stocks bought on marf-in and finally paid for, tho only hopd is ft r tho market to come back suHleic itly to Jet him out o:' lie loeee. There ore, in margin dealing you will final y lose, if persisted Iu. Remember th t! 1 mention this becauwalt tho imount of money lost by Connellsville people alono In the r-acont market crash were set aeido in a fund, mad i avail- Able to the discriminating us of the Board o! Tral, 11 would go u long wayc to Induce some rejil an I worth while industries to loc.ite here Anything that drains mono, out of Connellsville and pute no f r s i money in is a bleeder und nof a feed' r. It is not local in character and i erfonue no worth whllo ne-rv!cc; ox( 3nd,8 no credit to the individual and ot ly oxisl« through the m e d i u m of qua.n ity buying, ut pric'c-i d i c t a t e d by (hi mselvcs which enables them lo undo soil end put the local m e r c h a n t at i serious disadvantage. While ttio cusU mer may have- somn price ndvaatagc it good or normal Umw ,(hey iue slmiil · help'mg to put tbe local merchant, ou of buei- nes« who !« the past has car -led them In times of stress. "No · ash, no gooiiti," te the chain Uor« m »tto. Tho local merchants and men generally realise thte and are struggling with the problem, Remember that Iho- money taken 1n by bleecl- ors does not retjt in .Co inollsvillo banks long enough to chill It goes cut iinmodi/Ueiy, nii'l the p -oflt from euch accounts IH not ociuc to th( profit on eaviugH accounts i f any one of the griuii^ puljlic r-jthoolt Do yoi need any moro in tho way of argumon to induce loyalty to Uic !· a I merch antfi? How can they m ike theii fctorcB moi e a t t r a c t i v e will such \in equal c o n d i t i o t i B ? 1 \vonde that tho; can exist at nil, However, there l-i a foe Ing o£ rc- eifitanco- growing up QH \ \Q part oE the manufacturers anil pro ucera who are tired of having pricc-a Jlclatod to t h e m that. I nice ftll pro lite i ut of Iholr LiusineijH, obpccially in en cs; whero tho whole o u t p u t of n fact ry is contracted for. Thiri will h e l p u the solution of. thl« problem, i'ron which all conununltlco are Buffering and there i5 bound to be legislation along Lhii-; line. Coniiellsville lia^ alwayi been gm- erous; in HIP wupport of or iichaulo, and both the public and p irocliial aro being brought up to a h l j h ottuulard. In conjunction witli tho adiools the Carnegie J / i b r u r y id doln work a« w e l l as otherwl' o tiervlug the public One of l h i bt'Sl i-vulonr s oi' l o y a l l y on tltti par; of a conini mity lb the mariiipr in w h l e l i it s u p p o ts its p u b l i c institutions. The y o u n g people aro the ereatPfit benc-flclarle- and they should make I he most of their educational opportunities, foi no matter how conditions, c u s t o m . or h a b i t s may change, they will nd this the same old world to be f; ced and the serious aspects ot iife i l l c o n f r o n t thsin j u s t ns i l has tho i est or us. 1 ingn,oa* to work counts most, no m;it- ter how humble the tank. They m u s t remember, that the while collar and efficiency clo not always go together. In my c-avl.v days 1 worker! hi » gang in I he Pennsylvania Railroad shops in Altoona. I n other gangs worked W a l l a c e Atlcrburyf now wres.!- d c n l of tlic Pennsylvania Railroad; Sam V n n r t a i n , now president ot Hie Baldwin locomotive Works; Nick Malier, later president of (be Norfolk i% Western R t U l w a y ; Krocl Gaaaniiave, later s u p e r i n l e n d o n t motive power of the Ifon nay Ivan wi Railroad anil Iben gonfli'a) superlnlendc-iH of motive power of the- Baltimore Ohio Railroad, and many others that have progronc'O i,n the world. We nil wore jumpers and worked h a r d , else- we w o u l d be Ibore yof, or tWsul. I u shops, on locomotives, in mines, In every walk of life jiou will lind some of tho best minds and moat worthy man. Any changes wrought In thoir lives were brought about by personal effort and sometimes by circumstances, but In tlie ratter case ability has to play tbe greater part iu winning success, as there is no substlhile for vork. W are approaching the taking of a new C-MISHS and m looking over (lie table of figures showing 1110 increases nid decreases of population from J91.0 lo Jfl2(l, I find that Connellsville In- err-asod about 1,000. From 1920 to li)30 it has increased over 2,000, the present population being about 16,000. The ratio of increase is equal to most of Ui'towns of same i m p o i l n n c o and some towns have diminished. There are veu instances \vhcr? towns have ceased to cxiiit, but Con- lellsville forges ahead surely, If slow- y, und tho forward movement can only be accelerated by the patient and 'hiatBut effort of its inhuhltants, ·oiiplcd with loyalty to Goanellsvillc, ts citizens niwl institutions. That al-, vays,attracts the favorable notice and illontlon of outsiders am! tends to ndnco tluun to locato themselves and .heir bualneas among us. Tho best placo to live is in a town ,he size olConncllsv11lo rather than i largo city. It Is a happier and ncnlthicr e-xteto-nee, with more ot tho notne atmosphere, where friendships ire BVOI- enduring. It is vastly ttf jo preferred to Jiving in a large city wliero one is apt to be a forlorn, croaking frog in ti big puddle, frozen over even iu dog days. Queer Connecticut (Ms BEACON FALLS, Conn , Jan. 2--A three-legged cat here haa entered freak corn petition with a two-tailed cat which is the- pride- of a New Haveu firo-bouse. Despite- his handicap, tho local cat 1« as agile as hi« better- equlpped brothers and sisters. Results 1 ure ! When you u«e Ad«. in Tho Daily Courier. S« small, remil'ts aje big. Classified oowt OANSi 300 I£ You Need Mon.oy for Any; Emergency SEE US Fayette Loan Company Title Trust Bldg., 5th 1 Floor. Connollsville, Pa. Telephone 244 - 866 Bonded (o tho State. DEMWSTRATIOM 1930% DOMINANT' ' SET R A D I O A New Peak In Radio Perfarmarwta A P E X WOT Phone 196 WERTHEIMER MOf OR CO. W. Crawford Avenue, "^thought Joe wouSd heivoto be in bed a WEEK . . ." "Little Joe certainly caught a man-size cold. He coiigliccl auI «nct!3!ciJ -- he felt grippj mid crobu. The druggist advised Sinitfj. Brothers' Cough Syrup. I could remember using Smith Bro- thcr»' drops since I WHS u Hulc girl, so I didn't liesitntc lo let eouny take the syrup. Thai very afternoon he \\us gelling better. llis noee cleared, Jie coughed less. , .».,,, ...yw *'In two days he ivaa completely restored, went hack lo school. I thought he would ha vc to be in lied Tor n I k-aiU a week. Smilli Brothera" helped him to quickly ! " MRS. M. PAIG^ Smith Brothcra' Cou;;h Syrup cuds roughs «o quickly because it hat Tri/i/c Action: 1 -- it soothes, 2-- is mildly laxative, 3 -- clears nir passages. 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