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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, March 2, 1918
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fl-IE DAILY COUniSR, CONNELLSVILLE. PA. SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 191S. The L. L. W. Class of thei-Trinity Lutheran Sunday _';schqol is. meeting this afternoon" at the. home of Miss Ruth Richtet jiTPahiter'"street. South Connellsvllle. / Miss Rena: Miller, is :. teacher of the class. . . .;' The.Woman's Culture dab will meet Monday afternoon at the-home of Mrs.. E, R, Flbto in Race street- - . ; An important business meeting-of ';the B. Y v :P._r. of the First" Baptist church will_be held Tuesday evening ·.at 7:45_ojcjock ii the churca_chapeh ; '.Some new lines ot-work--will "be proposed and a large attendance of young . people is desired. The monthly business meeting of the Sunday School association of the Km Baptistcliurch Trill be'held Wednesday night -at the close-af the regular prayer service. The Ladies' Aid : society will meet Thursday night at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. S. B. '.Dull, 113 Collage avenue, instead of Friday night the regular meeting : night. - -- A farewell surprise party "wag held ·;'at the home of Mr. and Mrs.^'rank P. ;- Buttermore iii Greensburg, former Connellsrille residents, - in honor of ;; Frank Saundcrs, who enlisted in the .: Engineering' corps. He expects to :. leave Monday for Camp Upton, N. T. . The Woman's Missionary society ot "tie CocHran"Memorial' "Methodist clutch of Dawson, will meet Thursday evening at the home of Mrs, M. E. Porter at 3?avson. Union prayer services of the churches of Dawson will he held "Wednesday evening in the Cochran Memorial Motbodlst church/ The subject is Tbe Organization of the ChurcV Serrice." A lecture on the function ot each'part, with" illustrations, will ; b» given. The annual concert of the F. O. M. class ot the Methodist Protestant · church held last evening in tfie church was a wonderful; success, over 400 . persons attending. Attorney John Tniggitn, Jr., a Four-Minute-Man, gave in interesting talk on "Why This War - la Ours." The musical program was well selected and was delightfully ren- _d«red. The Ladies' Aid Society ot the First Methodist Episcopal church will hold a ten cent patriotic tea this evening at g o'clock at the home of Mrs. George " Towen in North Pjttsbnrg street. A Tery pleasing musical program has bmn-arranj;ed and. all who attend, are assurecTa delightful evening.' ." f Mrs. L. S. Michael will organize a knitting unit _to the Charleston Comforts "Branch of the Navy League Thursday at Continental. - Mrs. L B. Brallier will entertain a .Scottdale fancywork club of which she Is a member, Thursday afternoon at her home at Scottdale. Mra. W. J. Bailey entertained the Potowatomie Cxmp Fire Girls last evening at her home in Isabella road. A ceremonial meeting in charge of the guardian. Miss Margtrct "Whitman, was held, the eight members in at' tendance receiving honor. Miss Nanna Hood receforea the rank of wood gatherer. The new patriotic ceremony, which is very pretty, -was used. Dainty ' nfreBlunehts were served. - On Wednesday afternoon ot each week the Camp Fire Girte seet at Red Cross headquarters to sew tor the soldiers. ~'M«.~Paul B. Dick attendel the last of a series of chain parties held this afternoon in Uniontown. About 512 ..chain_B«rties were .given by Union- toim ladies for the fund ol the proposed T- ;W.; C;7. movement-of "the Congress :of :Crab and this afternoon at lea»C35«(t women:spent a" : dolight- fu! afternoon in knitting, sewing for the Midlers, partaking of, a Hooveriz- ed Inncbeon and promoting tb« Y. W. C. A. movement 1m- the welfare of yonoit jiris. Mr*. Albert.Doric.will entertain the Greenwood; Ladles', .^ancywork club Tuesday afternoon at her ferae in Morrell avenue. Greenwood Mrs. C. C. : -Bittner-was.hostess .at tbe regiilar-'-meefthg -"of " the ' Busy Twelve club last evening at her home in Ninth street, Greenwopdi -Knitting jMrs._Bila_'Mac 'Johnson, Miss Baa Randolph 'and" Hiss B'eilc Stillwagon are in Pitts-burg today. - . . . ' , ' ·J.-Pred Kurtz,went to Pittsburg this morning..::,. airs.. M. E. Hetzel went to Rockwood yesterday morning to attend the funeral of her nephew C, T. DeHaven. . The .best place ;to shop- after all. Browne]!: Shoe. Co.'-=-Adv.. · -".,-'.. Mrs: -B;'.T. "Williams and son, T. J. Williams,. ot--Wheeling, W. Va., have Fetu'rdef-liome'.after, la,'- visit with the former's daughter, Mrs.'WJiliain Griffiths and Mrs. M. J. Cummings. Miss Sarah Ray left this morning for St. Petersburg, Fla., for a several weeks' stay in Washington, D. C.. she will be joined' by Mrs. Harry Bengal, who will accompany her on the trip. . You can buy "cheap clothes" at cheap prices anywhere, but for high- class tailoring at the right price seo Dave Cohen, Tailor.--Adv. Miss Myrtle Coughenour has returned home from a visit with Miss Edna Johnson of Pittsburg. Mrs. Charles McGoogan and son Billy, of Mount Pleasant, and Mrs. William Adams and son, of Hyndman, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. 'Coughenour. Mrs. Cash Grim and daughter, Mrs. Albert Christ of Latrobe, are the guests of Mrs. I. P. Scott. The Enos bus service will be run between Enos Cigar Store and Atlas Hotel, South Connellsville, beginning Monday, March ·*.--Adv.--27-lt. Mrs. W. J. Umstead and Mrs. I. Keck of JCecksburg spent yesterday as the guests of the former's daughter, Mrs. E. H. Gerhard of Prospect street. Mrs. Logan Rush was the guest of relatives in Uniontown 'yesterday. R. W. Leiberger went to Fairmont this morning to spend Sunday with Mrs. Leiberger, who is visiting relatives there. S. W.-MetzlBT was here from Uniontown today on business. J. F. Engleke went to Pittsburg this morning to spend over Sunday with his son, Russell Engleke, a student at the University of Pitts-burg. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Scott, of Washington avenue, and Mrs. Scott's mother, Mrs. P. R. Taylor, are preparing to remove to Greensburg, where Mr. Scott is employed. , ilaj. R, W. Shufeldt, who served as j a junior officer in the Cilvil War and through the Indian wars on the western frontier, has been placed on the active list of the medical corps of the army at his own request. His work will be to assist in compiling a medical and surgical history of the present war. He has an international reputation already in various lines of scientific research and general literature. Subjects on which be has written include comparative anatomy, photography, biology, art, paleontology and various other branches. "The Store Ahead" The HOME of QUALITY and SERVICE \29tol33 N PlTTSBURG St.j CONNELLSVILLE. Butterick Patterns THIRD LIBERTY LOAN WU Open April 6," the First Annhrer- ' sury of Our Entry Into War. WASHINGTON, March 2.--The third Liberty Loan campaign will begin on April 6, tbe first anniversary of the entrance of tbe United States into the war. There will be a campaign of three or four weeks. In announcing the date Secretary McAdoo said the amount of the loan, the Interest rate and" other features, such as convertibility oE bonds of previous issues, maturity and terms of payment, are yet to be discussed, and that new -legislation will be necessary before plans can be completed. The fact that, the amount of the loan is dependent on further legislation indicates that it "will be for more than J3,600,000,000, and the fact that certificates of indebtedness now being sold in anticipation of the loan bear 4% per cant affords some indication of the interest fate. SERVICE FLAG FOR BAPTIST BOYS TO BE DEDICATED SUNDAY Sames of 22 in the Service Have Btjen Inscribed on the Church Honor toll. Twenty-two young men of Uie Firsi Baptist church are now in the strvice. Their names appear on the roll o f ( honor which are now in the service, j -They are represented on a service Hag j which will be dedicated tomorrow a', j 11 o'clock. The inajoriiy ol them are | members of the Baraca class. Their i | names have been inscribed on Lie roll i of honor and each has received a pock- ' et Testament. The following pro- i grram has been arranged: Organ Prelude, "Liberty March." Hymn, "My Country 'Tis or Thee." Scripture Lesson. Offertory. Prayer, i Solo, E. W. Havllaud, "Keep The Home Fires Burning." Presentation of service flag by A. R. Boyer, on behalf of the Baraca Class. Unfurling of flag by Master Francis Hicks and -Master John Percy. Song by the choir, "The Star Spangled Banner." Acceptance of flag by the pastor. Reading of letters from tbe solriiers. Song, "God Save Our Splendid Men." Prayer for the soldiers. Benediction. On the honor roil are '.he following: Harold Boyd, Clayton Bower, Ralph Brooks, Wm, Bisel, Eir.anucl S. Bisel, WOfred M. Cable, Alvyn Cumrnings, Wjm. Coloman, Joseph Goul, Charles Gemas, Carl Kerr, Trevor Lewis, Oliver Moser, George Minnis, Rainey P. Means, Byroa Rhodes, Albert Rosp, David.G, Randolph, liston Rush. Cornell Santmyer, Frank . Showman, Barnard WandeL BMEAKEaST GETS 30 DATS Ef JAIL. Chirlw Ash Gtrcm Salty Sentence by Major John D«ggiu. . .Charles 'Ash, arrested for · being drunk and disorderly on West Crawford avenue was given 30 days to jail by Mayor John Dnggaii this morning. Ash persisted in annoying, i West Side woman and his arrest resulted. C. O. Conner, of Williamsport, Pa., was given five days in a cell. He was arrested for' being a'suspicious character, and begging. Detooit Papers Advance Price. . DETROIT, MICH., March 2.--Tbe Detroit Journal and the Detroit News, afternoon papers "which iave sold tor one cent for more than, a decade today announced, an Increase to two cents a copy effective on March. 4. The Mgh cost' of material made the Increase necessary tho announcement says. :. into TUeres Held. . William Sikora and Robert Sum- meraide were given a hearing before .. . . - * - - . . - . . . - Alderman Mnnk tbis morning on a was tie principal-amusement of the charge of stea , ing ^ dutom * M)e oE ~Z evening. Nine members and one guest ;: attended. A daintily appointed lunch" ( eon was served. ...Mrs. _Groyer J2ple -- ' .will entertain .the" club Friday...eyenrng, -'- March 15, at her home in Crawford ~ avenue, West Side. Patronize those who arjvertise. SMr* JbiM F.-~-*dd.-~. foatc THE PISO COMPANY M i-w sum. . W^T.. Help wanted by many women I P a woman suffers from ancb ·ilm^nu ms BAckach*, H«ad- *ch*. Laasitod* ud NvrvaQ*- B«3 --th»-«ymptamii Indlcat. .«d for .PSso'ilTaHwa, m .. .y*luabI«:'htf«Hnp;r«m«dy. with, -"^T~~ ", lf nKfP*ic,-«stnng»nt and toolc -_- -pro?«ti«. : A tool «pplic«tion . refrMh- .. - rriitf-wit!) -ImfJatOTttinC tf- · --" -fects. B«c)r,*d lay- the nain* Piact . " - - . . ' ow'50 Ttarm, Mti*. R ISO'S ABLETS Mrs. J. M. Keid Sunday night, and were held for court. The boys will be taken to Unioptown. this afternoon unless bail is secured. 7 · . . . Infant Dies. "Word has been received here of. the death-of anJ. infant daughter of B. P. and Nelle T7ortman Toole, wh'.ch oc- ·curred at the family residence in Baltimore. Tbe child was a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Vortman, foracTlr.of'..Connellsville.- The food drink without a fault Made of high grade cocoa beans skil- fully blended and manufactured by a perfect mechanical process, without the use of chemicals. It is absolutely pure and wholesome, 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 .WALTER BAKER S CO. Lta. DORCHESTER MASS. Established 1780 TRUSTEES REORGANIZE Dr. .1. C. McClennthnn Against Heads Ciirnefrh- Library Hoard. ' Officers were re-elected and committee to serve during the ensuring year were appointed at the annual mooting of the board of trustees oE the Carnegie Free library held' last evening at the library. In the absence of Dr. J. C. McClenathan, who is ill, Rock-well Marietta, vice pcosident, presided. The election resulted as follows: President, Dr. J. C. McClenatiian; vice president. Rockwell Marietta; secretary. J. Jfelvin Grey; treasurer, £.. F. Huth. The following committees were appointed: Executive, Rockwell Marietta, Edmund Dunn, and A. W. Hart; auditing, J. Meivir. Grey. R. W. Hoover' and C. Roy Hetzel; building and ground, J. Melvln Grey, Edmund Dunn and B. L. Berg; library, L. F. Ruth, R, K. Long and Dr. J. L. Cochran. The members present were as 1FikB MBS. ELIZABETH GRAY SETTLER. The funeral of Mrs. Elizabeth Gray Bottler will be bold Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the family residence on tbe corner of Race street and Davidson, avenue, with Rev. W. J. Everhart, pastor of the United Presbyterian church, officiating. Private imterment in Chestnut Hi!] cemetery- A telegram stating that it would be impossible for him to come one for the funeral* was received from Charles C. Murray, a brother of the deceased. .Mr. Murray is with Company C. Ninth Field Artillery stationed at Camp Stanley, Texas, and expects to be moved from there soon. i£RS. CATHERINE WHA1J2N. The funeral of Mrs. Catherine Whuleu was held this morning at S:30 i o'clock from the family residence at J Leisenring No. 3 and at 9 o'clock j Miss Margaret Cooper Tells How Cuticura Healed Eczema A!! Over Body Face Hands and Neck Itched and Burned follows: Rockwell Marietta, J. M e l - ; requjem high raass was celebrated ] vin Grey, L. F. Ruth, Edmund Dunn, at St. Vincent de Paul's church at Dr. J. L. Cochran, A. W. Hart, the latter representing the school board. R. W. Hoover and B. L. Berg representing the city council. C0UET OPKIfS MONDAY. Long Civil List to be Followed by Criminal Grind. D'ecks were cleared for the March term of court at a busy session Friday 11. ·with both Judges J. Q. Van Swearingen and J. C. "Work on the bench. A number of minor cases were disposed of and wben. the session, was adjourn- Leisenring No. 1 by Rev. Father Canova, assisted by Rev. Father John T. Burns, as deacon and Rev. Father William Mere as sub-deacon. The services were attended by many relatives and friends ot the deceased. The pallbearers were Hugh, Patrick, Join and Joseph Nelis, Joseph Cunningham and ! Hugh Quint!. Interment in St. Vincent de Paul's cemetery at Leisenring No. ! · "I was troubled with eczema all ov my body, especially my face, hand and neck for abo'JE five months, j night it itched and burned so constant that when I scratched made me nearly crazy, ar it made my skin so so and red that it caused nuu small pimples. Thei formed into blisters, aj I could not get any el« "1 found "a Cuticura Soap and Oir ment advertisement, so I sent for free sample. In less than a week could sec a difference so I purchas more, and after using two cakes Cuticura Soap and net quite one b- of Ointment f was beaied." (Signc Miss Margaret Cooper, 59 Kellej Lane, Plymouth. Pa.. July 25,1917. Unsightly complexions are often bar to social and business succef Having cleared your skin with Cu c-Jra, why not keep it clear by using t Soap for every-day toilet purposes? SampleS«c!i AidnssK card: "Cuticura. Dcpt. R. Bottom" S- ei-erjTvhere. Soso^Sc. O(nor?en:25and5 ..-; CHOIR ElfTBETAUfS. Reformed Churcli at Scoltdale Scone of ricusant r*UDclion. Tne Men's Bible class of the T r i u t t y "Reformed church of Scottdaic was entertained last evc/iing in the chtu-ch by tie church chnir. Prof. E. D. jailer assisted the choir in the rendition of a musical program, at the conclusion of which refreshments were served. Addresses by members followed. Rev. W. J. Muir, a former pastor ot tbe church, was an out-of-town guest. -Home From Convention, Superintendent Stanley P. Ashe and Principal B. B. Smith, arrived home last night from Atlantic City where tacy attended the annual meeting of the superintendents' department of the National Educational Association. Become Citizens. Fourteen subjects or foreign countries were admitted to citizenship yesterday at nauralization court before Jnilge Van SfFearlngea. Following tbe usual examination the applicants took the oath of allesiasce to the United States. .fotiec Carpenters. There will be ?. p.pccia'. meeting held Monday evening, March 4, 1918, at 7:30 p. m, in Munwoti's hall. Make special effort, to be there. By order o:" president. A. E. IHmbauld, according Secretary. fJusiness «' Importance Coming lie- fore "Body Monday. The regular monthly meeting of the CotinellsviUe finis;erial Association w i l l be heltl on Monday morning at the homo of Rev. G. L. C. Richardson in South .Pittsburg street. Business of Importance will be transacted relative to the Saster sen-ices and the Ratification I/eague o( Fayette connty, recently organized in Uniontown. ed the court arose on the December session. The March term will open Monday morning with, an unusually large number of civil suits listed for trial to be j followed by the March terui of criminal court. Distribution will be made in 55 estates before Judge "Work at the March term of Orphans' court. ·W. B. KNOU-.E. The funeral ot W. D. Kcolle will take place tomorrow afternoon at 2"j AFTER THIS WAR. o'clocfe, from the family residence in j Fifth avenue, Pittsburg. LECHE HOM.E SOLD. Patterson Avenue Home Taken Over by Slumber of Realty Firm. The home of AV. N. Leche in East Patterson aveuue has been sold [ through the Dorsey Realty company to B. J. Strothers. It will be occupier] by Mr. Strotbers, who is connected There "Will Be a ("·ifiantic , business i with the Dorsey company. The Leche Conflict. family will take an apartment- Far seeing business men are now Tne same realty firm handled the' 1 IS Member of Smlthficld School Hoard Acfint,' Temporarily. E. Dale Field, lawyer and member of the Smithfield school board, is acting principal ot the schools of that place since tbe resignation of E. A. Areforti, who is now in the military service. The board has boon unable to secure a principal. "Daughter 3k»ni. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Myers of Adelaide are receiving congratulations upon tho birth of a daughter, the first child in the family, yesterday. The new arrival was born on the date of the birthday oC its 'grandmother, Mrs. Martha Kleabish of South Connellsville. Mrs. Myers was formerly Anna Kleabish. \ TVcd In Cumberland. i Owen R. Smilley, of Faircbar.ce and ICora Savage ot Uniontown; Raymond i Kenny; ofVtVestSrownsvHle and Ethel | DouglBy," of Glassbor'o, .N. Y., and -^-Harry May and Mildred Games of 1 ConnSllsyille, "were granted licenses to wed-in-Cumberland. At Confluence "Cknrch. . March 2-- Rev. Baker, at. Gettysburg, college will preach Sunday in the Lutheran church here. Monday night. Masked or unmasked: Kiferle's four" piece orchestra.-- Adv.--2-2t . . .' Hovival at Oiilopyje. Evangelistic services w i l i open. Mon- clay evening ;a tbe Baptise church at Ohiopyle, with Rev. W. A. Wissi:igcr, of Brownsville, and Rev. F. S. Wort- maa, ot Mill Run assisting the pastor. ~eiv Books ;it library. A consignment of sew books, mostly for juvenile reanars. has been received at the Carnegie Free library and will be ready for circulation next week. Honnt lirnjilocli: FlaK- Thc M o u n t - Eraddock Methodist j Protestant church's service (lag with j 25 stars honoring the 25 young men of i that congregation now in the nation's military, service will be dedicated at {special eiereises tomorrow evening. Hov. D. B. Minerd, pastor ot the church, will officiate at tlie flag exercises. :iai events. They know ! property in Francis avenue, mention -n who desires to "succeed i o t wnich was madc in Tlle Courier making a careful study of the trend dcai for iiejsale of the C. M. Gear of commercial ' . . . . . . . .- -- that the man who desires to succeed . must keep posted. The Monthly Trade j several days ago. Mr. Gear took in Review, issued by the First National |P art Payment from the purchaser. Wil- of Conne'.lsville, gives valuable infor- j liam Lcwellen, a farm near Coalbrooli. mation as to conditions in all lines.) It's free. Send address to the baalc. j COliECTOK 31AKES HE.COHI). --adv. ' Se-fJcment of Tandcrbllt Officials Best in Ywirs. A. R. Shalleaberger, tax collector of VanderbJH, created a small sensation in tbe courthouse in Uniontown yesterday when he made final settle- Urgcd to Halie Haste. Knitters Cor the Ciiarlestou Comforts Branch oT thfi-Navy League are asked to complete as much of their work as possible by March 30th as the branch expects to make two ship- i ;aent for the 1917 duplicate, a matter ments of knitted articles to tho Navy ! of eight weeks after the life of the Lague headquarters this month. Mrs. i duplicate cad expired. J. Melvin Grey, chairman, i:i behajf of the branch wishes to thank the knitters who made a double effort Imitting last moi'.tli. Chas. C. Mitchell Fifth Comrosmlj- Service. The fifth of a SJ':QL- of community services arranged by the churches of I Dawson will be held tomorrow night at 7.30 o'clock in the First Presbyterian church. The subject of trie w- noli is "Girdles of Righteousness and Loyalty." ..Courthouse officials consider Mr. Shalleu-lterger's record for tax collec- ! tions the best made for many years. Two years is the average time for final settlement of a duplicate and some collectors have taken even a longer" H9 Sonth -MttsburR street Both Phones. X employ no flf/anta or soil Am doing bu£i;:t3s strictly on m merits. 18 ycurs practical cspei Motor Fnncral Berriee if Desi NI«0T CALLS AJTSWKKED AT OFFICE i Onthronk. FAKKITELL FOE I'.iSTOE. Pooplc of Perryopolis Bid Goflspecrl to Rev. and naffer. A farewell reception of Rev. C. G. Huffer, retiring pastor of the Christian cliurch of perryopolis, and Mrs. No More Guessw when you bake. No mined pas poorly done bread, nowastcd m ·--no"worry T because of wroni regulation* Opening. The "Willarri Storage Battery Service Station, conducted by tho Carroll Battery Company, will open their new station at 115 First street, T^est Side, on Monday, March 4. All makes of ) batteries repaired and recharged by a factory trained battery man.--Adv. --28-11. Undergoes Operation. Harry L. Britt of Patterson avenue, underwent an operation for appendicitis yesterday at the Cottage State hospital. An outbreak ot whooping-cough at HuffCT was tendered them Wednesday Ohiopyle is reported. There are a evening by the many Wends of the number ot cr/ses community, over 100 being present. In number ot cases. , .^^ ^ ^ congregation B. S. Luce presented them with, a library table and gas lamp. Rev. and Mrs. Huffer will go to Charleroi to which place the pastor Be Better Looking--Take Olive Tablets has accepted a call. Patronize those who advevtise. Lost .UMau Eyeglasses hetween Brimstone' corner and 12tii street, "West Side. Re- warfl if left at Simons tailor shop. West Side, or Courier ottlce. 2 mar. It. Try Our Classified Ads. Oh.e cent a word is all they cost. of your stationery the bettei the impression it will create Moral: Have your printing done here. If your skin is yellow--complexion pallid --tongue coated--appetite poor--you have a bad taste in your mouth--a lazy, no-good I feeling--you should take Olive Tablets. I Dr.Edwards'OliveTablets--asubstitute ' f orcalomel--were prepared by Dr.Edwarda after 17 years of study with his patients. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are a purely j vegetable compound mixed with olive oil. You wUl know them by their olive color. : To have a clear, pink skin, bright eyes, ! no pimples, a feeling of buoyancy like ! childhood must get at the cause, i Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets^act on the ! fiver and bowels lika calomel--yet have no dangerous after effects. They start the bile and overcome consti' 1 pation. Thafs why millions of boxes are ; Bold annually at ICto and 25c per box. All i druggists. Take one or two nightly and ! note tbe pleasing results. WHEN CHILDREN GRY OUT And we feverish »»d dun't sleep ivull,are son tit i- palMlacd bare nyomonis of worm! 1 , moiierii will flnd quick relief in Mo'.iier Gray's BwL-ctPowdera IfirCliUdren, the Btond*ra remedy for 30 jeare. They are cwty to K ivc and children ]ibe th*o. They clcaine ib« stomach, apt gentiy on tbe bow- «ls»nQ break up colds. Kciieve headaches and tcctfajnj; ilieordera. We Sara 10,000 :fcfllfmonifl]e Ask your druRt-iut and b« nnre to en Mother Gray'a Sireel Powders /or CliJJdreu, sic. Get A Direct Actioi Oven Thermosta and measure tbe beat as easi as you measure miik in a pii cup. You simply set tho Temperature Wheel and obtuin aay degree o£ ov heat tliat the receipt calls fc LADIES Wheii irregular or delayed use Triumph Piljs. Sxfe and alwaya de- pondablc. Not sold at drufr stores. Do not experiment 'vith others; save disappointment. Write for "Keller 1 and particulars; it's froe. Address NAT3OX- iJJ MEDICAL INSTITUTE, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. F. X. ET^iXS ESTATE Agents, Uutfa ]

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