PAGE TWO, THE-DAILY COURIER, CONNELLBVILL 3, PA; THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1930, I). A. R. APPOINTS HISTORY ESSAY CONTEST COMMITTEE Philip Freeman Chapter of the. Daughters of the American Revolution mot Wednesday'afternoon at the Car- ueglo "Free- Library with tho regent, Mrs. Mary Gibson In charge. During the busincea aÂ«se!ou Mre. Marie Bchaofcr of PiUeburg, organizing proldÂ«n4. of the Children of the American Kovolutkm, gave a report of the progress of her work in organizing the Bodoty. Mrs. Schaofer te a member 01: tho Connellevillo Chapter. Mrs. Grace Horner, chairmau of the na- tlonul defense, gavo th-o defense lesson for January, on "Defense of the Government," Mrs. Josephine Wll- lijur.c,, Mre. Jennte Qana and Mrs. Kaili:'dno Hooper were appointed to hav- -hargo of the htetory essay contest :.Â·; one of the grades of the local schools. Armneementa were made for a .colonial tea to be- hold sometime in February in the home of Mrs. Eliza Fount, Eaet Crawford avenue, at which time the society will display ite flag, marking important events of American history from .colonial,days to the present time. The program was as follows: Inter- ^es-tlng paper, "The Origin ot the Daughters of American Revolution," prepared by Mrs. Atibie Fox and read by Mrs. Grace Hornor; paper, "Pennsylvania Chartcre-," Mre. Kuthorine Hooper; closing number, poem, "Ponnaylvania," Mrs. Jos-aphlno "Williams, chairman of 1,he program com- niifct-ee. MBS. HABRY DULL HOSTESS, TO SILVER THIMBLE CLUB Mrs. Harry Dull,. entertained the Silver Thimble Club at a delicious 1 o'clock luncheon'of ""lovely appoint- nwnte Wednesday afternoon at . the Marietta Tea Gardbn. Cove-re were laid for sixteen members. Th-e'eentar of the table wtus ornamented with a large basket of beautiful yellow roses, fl.-mked by crystal trees. FaYors were small red baskets, filled with candy. Another delightful feature ot the meeting waÂ« the ivnnual exchange' of Chrte-tmaa gifts, euch member receiving an attractive Article. Fancyworh and guessing contests were ale.o enjoyed. Prizes for the laet named amusements were received by Mre. Nicholson and Mrs, H. F. Tompkine. The meeting will be remembered as one ot the xtioel enjoyable in many months. Mrs. D. H. Horton will entertain the club Wednesday afternoon, January 22, at hor homo in South Plttamirg etreet. F. AND M. CLUB MEETS WITH MBS. Â». W. SNYDEB Mrs. D. W. Snyder ot Bast Fayette s':rcet entertained the F. and M, Club Tuesday night at her' "home in East Fayetto street. Nine members 'were present. The evening was given over to five hundred. Tho hoatsss served a dainty lunch. Tho next meeting will be held Tuesday night, January 21, in the home of M!BS Margaret Wershlns, South Connellsville. Social Workers Will Meet A number oC persons, who vo engaged In welfare work In Fayetto county are planning to attend the twenty-second annual meeting of tho Pennsylvania Conference on Special Work to be held at Erie on January 15 to IS, inclusive. For twenty-two years the council hae 'served as, a clearing houso for tho exchange of idoue and social (service work. coming Â«ees!oiifl will be addressed- persons, who nra outstanding In tare- work in this country. Maple SJstor Council. Magic Sister Council -No. 103, Daughters of America, will meet tonight in Odd Fellows Temple, South Plttabtirg street. The meeting will begin .promptly at 7:30 o'clock. ' There will bo installation of officers and initiation of candidates. A good attendance is desired. C. D. of A. Will Meet The regular business meeting of Court Annunciate Catholic Daughters of America, will be held tonight in tho soclnl room of the Immaculate Conception Church. Marriage Announced. Announcement is made of the marriage ot Miss Laura Stoner of Olney, Philadelphia, and Walter Wagar, manager oÂ£ the Montgomery Ward storo iu-,Uutontov.-n. The oeremony was solemnized January 6, in Philadelphia. V. W. T. P. Meets. Miss Bertha Moore of West Lteisen- rlng entertained the Francos Willard Young Peoples Branch of the W. C. T. U, last night,. A number of important committees, in ;aach of the several departments,, Were appointed looking f o r w a r d to the, standard ot excellence, IVUnelieou was servad by the hostess. ' ' Â· ' " . . ' PAST PRESIDENT INSTALLS" 6. 1. A. AVX.ILIA.UY O.'IfFIC'EES Merchant IM-vision No,. 7H, Grand Intern atioTi a;l Auxiliary to- thfe Brothwhood' o? Locomotive' Jtogfaeers met "W-wl-ne-sduy afternoon in Odd Fellows Temple, at which time AfcrH Maclt Patterson, .past president, in* tailed th'o following officers for\ -the enduing year: President, Mrs. C II. WeiÂ»g4rbeT; rlce-p resident, Mrs. John CJollins; Â«Â«c- rotaTy; Mrs. Josaphine Meiauda; treasurer, .Mrs.' Tlarory.. VanstonÂ«; chaplain, Mrs. E.'.W. Heavner: guide, Mrs. John Kerns; sentinel, Mrs. Alice Kincaid; musician, Mrs Georgia Travis; present 'jnars-h'al, Mtfa. Laura, Fike; sUu* . Ttuvrslval, .Mirs. RÂ» T. Carte; pillars, Mrs. R, T. Cunningham, Mrs. Â·Joseph "Wed'gwood', Mrs. J. W. Fm- zell.and- Mrs. Jesse- WMIey ; fl-ag -bearer, Mrs. A. J. McMuTlen. " The .president, appointed Urn following 'csomaratiteefii: Ways aiwl means, Mrs. Hawaii Mller,, "cMi.-man; Mrs; Alice Kincaid, Mrs.' Jer-se Whal-ey," Mira. David Nixon, Mrs. Marx- Marshall, Mrs. Hrry yJMJstoii Â·, Mrs. C. E. Oaslcill, Mrs. Harry' 'Brown, Mrw. Georgia Travis, Mrs. Bstulle Kregar,. Mrs. Harry DeBolit, Mrsi' Alice Prickett, Mrs. WiHiam'-Negbitt,; Mrs. A. .), McMurkrn, Mm Alice 1511)3,- Mrs D. T. Banner, Mrs. Â· John Collins, Mrs, Louise Wrote and Mrs. Martin King, Auditing, Mtrs;!Maok Piittea-soit, Mrs., J. H. Bittner itod MTÂ«. BJ. W. I-foa;vner. Flowerg, Mrs. Davldi Nix;on, Mrs, Jesse Whatoy. aawi -Mrs. AnTia MilLs, Regalia, Mrs. R. T. Carte, Mm. Laura Flke and; Mrs. Jobu Kerns. The.meeftog wa well attended. The ways and meanÂ® convra Sfcteo is planning ,for a benefit card' -paa-ty, the duto for which will 'be. announced later. JEWISH JUNIOR FB01JC ATTENDED BYEIGUTt GUESTS Poplar Terrace Inn was the -scene of one of the most delightful social events of tho season list night, th,e occasion being the first annual frolic of tho Goroiellsvllle Section of tho Council of Je^sh Juniors. About forty couples waVa present. The evening was given over to dancing and cards. Eight tables wvre called into play for bridge, for which the prize was awarded to Mrs. J^eon Morris ol Scottdale. Tap dancing by Billy Keft'er and Miss Rosemary Brown and fancy dancing by Miss Madeline Boyiand 1 . were- pleasing features of the evening. Refreshments were served. The committee in charge untiringly worked to make the frolic a success and left nothing undone toward looking after the entertainment of she guestli. Out- of-town guests were from Uniontown, Scottdale, Jeannett", Monessen, Masontown and Irwin. For a SORE throat Eight Maccabee A sore throat may be eased by garg- Hng just once, with crattrtor of a glaaa of water in which you have dissolved, two tablets of Buyer Aspirin. You may linvn to repeat tho treatment for a (loop-seated Inflamniatioii like tonsilitis, but Bayer Aspirin is the ono tliiug that reduces tlio infection..:': . Â· , ! Don't forget this most sensible of all treatments for Bore throat. The one tlio, nuraes all knows tlia one which all doctors concede to be effective. And rcnienv , her Its quick relief of neuralgia, neuritij, rKeumatism, lumbago and bho iiko. UBÂ» !t to break-up any cold, or to dispel a headache. It does nob depress the heart. Aspirin is tho t'rade mark of Mayer manufacture^ ot Â»oaoBC0ticftoldeÂ»tÂ«r of sail-: BtlSS BESSIE MAHOJf HEAD OF L. C. B. A. fc-r tho Â·enauhi.g year were elected at th-o t-eg liter -mectin-g of the L 1 . C, B. A. 3aÂ«t nifflvt to the social room of th immaculate OonÂ«Â«ption Ohiirch. Tho result WOM as follows.: - Prealdont, Miss -Bessie Mahon; fli'Bt nt M-rs. Mary Tommy;second' vice-firftsidont, Mrs, Mary N^euroth; Tecordor, MlBÂ« } Anna Low- noy; K'naiwial seoratary, Mtre, KMa WallÂ«ioe; troftsurer, -Rir-s. JVLatrKaret Connell; guardy --Mre. - ATCtotunobte 3uneo; marshal, Mrs. Clenioutlno Sicora; truatees, Mrs. Elizabeth SSnyder, Mrs, Mary 6'Bon.netl, Mra-.Matikla:, MÂ«- Cashin, Mrs. Mary Frfel and Mra. Margaret Bowfler. Tho inÂ«tiilla'U6n tilso took placo at th : te tlnic. 'Pho -meeting was exceptionally -well BBIDGK A'i 1 ( OUNTRY CI/DB Invitations have boon Issued for the January 1 o'clock bridge luuohooii next Tuesday afternoon at the Pleasant Valley Country Club. Hostesses nre Mrs, Charles C. Mitchell and Mrs. Ernest R. Kooser of this placo and Mrs. J.-.P. -K. Miller and Mrs. J, Frank Kennoy of Scottdale. ItecepMoji and Dunge. The annal reception and dance ot Lauretta Chapter 178, Order of Eastern Star ol Union-town, will bo held February 7, in tho White- Swan Hotel. Executive Committee Meets. The executive committee of tho Con- nellBvllle W. 0. T. U, mot Tuesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. T. 0. Witman in 'North First street, West Side, to arrange for a play. Active Members Class, The Active Members Class of the First United Brethren Church w i l l meet Friday uiglii, in lha home of Miss Margaret Martin on the Springfield pike. Borons Cln) Friday. Tho Dorcas Fancywork Club will moot at the bume of Mrs. B. fi. Swartzwelder ID South Prospect street tomorrow night. Ever Faithful Class. The Ever Faithful Class of the Evangelical Church will meet tonight at tho home of Mrs. Charles Weyant In Pine street, South ConuallavlUe. All members are aaluxi to be proe-eat. Outlook Club Will Meet. Miss Sarah Allen will bo hostess at the regular meeting ot the Outlook Club Monday al'tertioou at her liojuc lu West Greeu etreet. Licensed nt Cumberland. Charles Frederick Hart o f . Smock and Ethel Blanch Mars den of Uniontown, Hoy Bison Powell and Violet Ann Young, both of Brownsville, were licensed to .wed at Cumberland. Dniibar Auxiliary Tonight. The American Legion Auxiliary of Dunbar will hold ltn regular meeting ,this evening in the Legion room. A largo attendance is desired as matters of importance are to be transacted. Yanderbnt ClMs to MÂ«et. Membnrii of tho Faithful Frlanda laa$ oÂ£ the VanderWlt Christian Church will bo entertained by Mrs. Roy Boyer at the home of her j m r o n u , Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lint at Vanderbilt next Tuesday eyening. All members are requested to be present. Those who have, books lor the play are requested to bring them lu' at this meeting, Biunes of, Malta. The regular meeting of Saint Ornar Sisterhood, Dames of Malta, will be held Friday night la Odd Fellows Hall. YctnderbUt Class TonigrM. The Men's Blbjo Clans of the 'First Christian Church at Vandorbilt will meet tonight at the 'home of Mrs. Sarah Moore at Vanderb'Ht; aeorgo Moora will be host to the members. A good attendance is deaired. Licensed. in Unlontown, Steve Konslck of Owenadalo and Bertha Sobbsky of Kingi r lÂ«w weaio licensed, to wed in "Unioqtown. Wth 25-Year Pins Novvly ejected officers of Yough Pont and jCoiinellsvUle Hive cxf the Maccabees.;. yero ..installed at a joint meeting on We-dtiesday evening. Eight me-rtibern of tha miri's orRan- i/allon wero recipients of S!!5;ycjn.r piiiB Whiclv -wet'Â© presented by ijiiejiteriant Conunandfjr Clmuncey S j Mitchell. The. .-veterans on receiving .thfe Bilvor awards rulated experience^ of degree v, oiÂ°k a quar.tr at a contui'y a;TO. Tho ecipients are Frank A.. Coiliiw, Paul T , McDonald, George R, Zimmerman, John k 3V(. JfranhB, Thomas Jjogan, Thomas McGulre, George Butlor and W. 'Â·. U. Nicholson. j Following tlio Installation of the officers by Paul T. McDonald, a luncheon was served, Oflloers of Yough Tent,' Maccabees aye as HoHows: Past commander Homor Moser; commander, .Pan G He-User; lloutonnnt commander, C. B Mitchell; record keeper, II. Cl. Batten chaplain, Cliarles Â· Marietta; phyai c'laiis, Dr. T. E. FranciH, Dr. F. ,V IClng, Dr. A. .1. Colborn. and Dr. 13. t. McComba; sergeant, Charles J . Cohghe-riour; mas-tor-nt-armis EdgR i- Francis;. fli'Bl, master of g u a r d , Ah i Rlchter; second master, of guar t, Grant IxaÂ«her; sentlnal, feoborl Ho - tettlor; ..picket, C. A. Knight; thn e yesiT trustee, Homer Moner; two yo; r trustee, A, Leichltlor, and ono yo r trustee, -M. P. GoBtello; relief cm i- mittee, Dr. T. R, Francis, C. A- Knig it, and M. P. Coislollo, The officers of Cotmolhsvillo Hi- o, Vlaccabees, installed are aii tollo r w ^: Past commander, Mrs. lii t-h Vaughn; commander, Mrs. Li cy aaaher; lioiitermnt commander, M 'a. "\labol Secan; record keeper, iM Â·Â·Â». KU?!abeth M. Batten; chaplain, M BS jpnganoeker; p'hyaiclan, Dr. T. R. brands; niiatrosia at arras, Misa Nf He Howard; aergeant, MinÂ» B'lizab th | ; first lady oÂ£ guard, R'Ififi . Oglevee; second lade-' ol gui rd, Mtas Gladys Leasher; sentinel, i ISB Kli'zabeth Howard; pleliet, Miss A ar- Buttermore; piaivlst, .1 Irs. Blanche Shoppard; throe year tnu toe, Miss Klen Ogle-vco; two yea,r triu tee, Miss Florence Louganccker; one car trustee, Mrs. Lucy dasher; klebc .-ah, Miss Cornelia Ranker; first c ilor bearer, Miss Irene Miller; so ond color bearer, Miss Catherine, Ci;-ry; third color bearer, Miss Louise Willie I m; fourth color bearer, Mra. ;isio McElvalne; fifth clor iiearev, Miss Alico Cropp; banner biarers, Mrs. Eislo Morgan, Mrs. Florence Rob anon and Mrs, Carrie Gallagher. $1 Listerine 83c $1.25 Konjola 95c Corner ritts ; Tmrg and Peach Streets, ' . ConncIIsvillo, 1'a. / Specials for Friday and Saturday Patent Medicines $2.00 S. S. S ...................... $1.6Â» $1.85 Plerce's Golden Medical Discovery .................. $1 $1.85 PIcrce's Favorite Freseiiptlosi ............. ; ..... .'. $1 ' Meelu The regular meeting of Edna Ro- bekah Lodge was held last night in Odd Follows hall. Thoro was a good attendance. A grab bag, containing a gift (or each member, wsn a fcmture of tho evening. Lunch was eorred by the social committee. AVOID- UGLY PIMPLES Docs a pimply faco a m b a n a a s y o u ? Get a package oÂ£ Dr. Edwards O l l v o Tablets. The slcb* a l i o u J d liosin to clear a E t o r you h a V o tsUcan tlio Lab]Â«bÂ» a low nights. It you aro Iiko Uiousands of atiierB. Help cleanse t h e r hlood, bcnveis a n d liver -with JDr, Kd-wards Ollvo Tablets, tha f i u o c o k f l f u l s u b s L H u t o for caloinol; there's no alolcnoaa or pain a f t e r tttk Ins them. Dr. fidwarda O l l v n 7'ablets do tliat which calomel dues, and ^ u a t an effectively, but tholr action la y o n t l e and safe Instead o-f n o v n r e and Irritating'. Thousand!) who take Olive Ta,blts ara naver cursed w i t h i "dark brown tastu," EL bail breath, a dull, lliitleas. "no good" 1'eeHng', c o n s t i p a t i o n , torpid l i v e r , bnd dlspoallion, pimply face Ollvo Tabio.ts aro a p u r o l y vegetable c o m p o u n d ; known by t h e i r olive color Dr. J2d wards spotit' yuars among: p a t i e n t s ufEllotod w i t h l i v e r and bci c o m p l a i n t s and O l i v e Tablnts iiro tiio immensely e f f e c t i v e rcaull. Take n i g h t l y ' f o r a woqk! See how m u c h b e t t o r you JToel and loolc. 16c, 80c, OOc, --Advertisement. JUNIORS TO INSTALL OFFICERS ON FRIDAY The Pick of the Orient Afresh from the Gardens" !n PacUeb and Individual Tee-Bacjs Installation of pljlcors will' take place Friday evcnlng'at a meeting ot Magic Council, Junior Order, United American Mechanics. Tlio ceremony will be In: charge ot H. O, Witt, district deputy: On Sunday evening tho members of the order will altend a npeclal service to be tcmflucted at T r i n i t y L u t h e r a n Church by the pastor. Dr. W. H. HctPlck. Meeting at 7 o'clock at Odd FoJlows Temple, the group will march to the church In a body. Bach member has been instructed .to n o t i f y all others In their noiglvborhood of the iKTVlce. , . . . 799 Mrs. 'J'oiiiiiHka's Klece Hies, Word was received horg yesterday of th-e cleatli oE Miss Ire-no Lupla-k, 22, youngest daughter ot Andrew A. and KHza,b'eth Tomaska Luptak of Berwyn, 11!. Although Bhe had been ill for feverul weeks her clentb was unexpected. Miss Ijiiptak was a niece ot' Mrs. Martin Tomaska ol' Gallatin avenue and had visited her on several occasions. The f u n e r a l service) w i l l be held tomorrow afternoon at 1 o'clock at the parental'JIQUIO. $1.50 Agarol ..................... $1.29 $1.20 Scott's Emulsion $1 $1.20, Father John's Medicine .............................. $1 $1.20 Caldwell's Syrup o? Pepsin ....................... - ........... $1 $1.20 Vtnol .............................. $1 $1.20 Bromo Seltzer ........ .Â«! $1.20 Sal Hopatloa ............ $1 $1.00 Miles Nervine ...... 85c $1 Sqnlbbs Mineral Oil 85c ijil.OO ^ujol * ............. v .......... 85c $1.00 World's Tonic ...... 88Â« $1.00 Wwrnpole's Preparation .,,,....... ........................ 79c $1.00 K. R. Tablets ...... 87c 7fc Boan's Kidney Pills .............. . .............. - ........ 68e $1.00 Adlerikft ............ _ ....... 89c 81.20 Milks Emulsion $1.08 flOc Milks Emulsion ...... 54c 50c Phillip's Jtilli of Magnesia ........................... 42c $1.00 Vapex ........................... 8Â»c (JOc Noaol ..... _...,, .................... 52c $1.20 Bayer's Aspirin Tablets $1 $1.25 Cystex $1.08 $1.25 Uratabs 01 85c Mrnshen Salts 7Hc 75c Rubbing Alcohol ...50c 1 PJut Kusslan Mineral ' on 5^)c Baby Foods and Preparations 75c Dextri Maltose (7e $1.25 S. M. A $1 $1.00 Horlick's Malted Milk .". MÂ»c $8.75 Horlick's Malted | Milk, $J}.2Â» ? $.1.00 Ovaltlne 85c $4.00 Omltine $Â«.4Â» $1.00 Becolnc 8Â»c GOc California Synip of Pigs :'52c 4()c (Jastorla H2c 50c Phillips KHk of Magnesia 42c 60c Drake's Glessco Ccoup Â·Kerae'dy J2c IBc Siork Brand CaslHe Soap /. He 25c ,T. ,T. Baby Talc. 20c 25c J. J. Wuby Soap 20c 25c B. B, Baby Talc. lÂ»c 25c B. B. liaby 8oap 19c Toiletries $1.60 Mary T. Goldman's Hair Color 'Kastorer $1.30 *l.f0 Kolorljak ............ *l.aÂ« $1.00 Luck Tiger Hair Tonic ......... . .......................... 8flc $J.OO Wild Root Hair Tonic ..................... , .............. 87c Face Powder;; Witli Compact. -Both for $1.00 $1.51) Pluaiid's Lilac Yef?otal ........................... $1.20 fiOr Ipana Tootli Paste 42c 50c lodimt Tooth Pa?to 42c ^5c Listiu-ine Tooth Paste ..................... . ...... . ....... 21c | 50c Luxor Face Powder ; 2i T)c, Luxor Soap -Both for 4Â»c tfc Eitergiuo ........................ 80c 25c .Nichoth Cleaner ,.,21c Coty's Face Powder With Compact, i 5 Both for 05c ' Open Sunday Prescriptions Norris Chocolates BLAKE HAPPY OVER RESULTS OF YOUGH RIVER CONFERENCE Representative J. B. HenderK in returned Tuesday evening from vVaeh- irigton, where ho attended a IT eeting in the iaterost ol tho cuiiaii'itv tan of tlio Youghloghany Illver. Y* terdfty ho.hÂ©l] a oontarenco Â·with Majo Â· J. K. Blalto, v!ce-ppcellÂ«nt of tho 'ongh- logheny River Improvement A isocla- Uon ami secretary of tha Bo. .rd oÂ£ Trade. "I wifi extremely grat!flei that it WHB possible for Mr. Henderso i to bo present as repn^scntlng ua, t nil tho resuHs oWulnod thus far Â©q tul our best expectation!}," said Majoi IJlako, who was urinble hocaitee,' of t aevero cokl, to attend tbo Wasbingt m con- foronca. "Ono very encouraging ele uont in the whole situation is the o u f j landing spirit of harmony among C mgress- inon Kendall, Wyant and Ket.'y, all of whom vlai'led Colonel Daley vlth tho Yough delegation and who Â· eflnlloly exi)rc6Â«ed thornoolvea as bo tfc j reality of tholr InterÂ«t and belief 1 i Youglt River ctoveiopmont.. ".It was regretted that Senator .Harry J. Bfsll oÂ£ Dav.'son w; i unable at tho last uilnuto to mako t) s trip as ho confldentiy oxpeetod to lo as ho Is greatly intore.'ited In 1ho successful outf;oi!3R of this project." Stork Â«t "VVoodtlnlr. Mr. and-Mrs. Melvii; Boyer of Wood dale announce the birth oC a son on January 3. ,. The babe we ighed 10 pounds ami has beoa name \ William Ellsworth. Mrs, Boyer was Miss A.U- tulo Kooutz. Will Install Officei s. OfHcors. I'or the *mfiuing year will be ItiQtaik'd at the regul; r of Walter B, Browu Post, ^ eterans Foreign Wars, to bo held tonight iu tho c l u b rooms, North Pittsburg street. Use CtassJIied Ad .. Res-lilts quickly follow. Edward W. Bok Dies in Florida Of Heart Attack C o n t i n u e d from Page Ono. was expec4.e! cl-tiVinig tho lay. Many national fl'gures, s$veirs\.l ui whom wore proficmt jit the ceremonies . in L*ake Wales wheri the former pul- j Â·lluher dedicated tho "fllngitug tow?r" to Iho Nation, are expected to atteiwl the Â·Wh LAZY Kdward WlUJam Bok, -edlfcor, author and philanthropist, -WEU an example ot brilliant success achieved from H humble start in America as an 1m- tnlKTau!t boy, Born at Holder, Holland, October 8, 1883, he was brought to this country at the age of six, an-d waa educated in the puM-i-c schools of Brooklyn, N. Y. His fi.rÂ»t job was that ot a Western Union messenger boy. l ( Vroeid to leave day echoo!, be oozitiimed his Â»'tu-dle-s at public Â·night schools, which were tJhen a conipnirattvely new institution In the United States. In 18H3, Bok entered the employ of Henry Bolt Company, publlBhors, and later became associated 'with Scribner'a Bona, for -whom 'lie became advertifling -noanager. Fwir years later, he fou-n-ded the Bolt Syndicate Prea, 'with flutdi 6uc- c-ess thÂ«.t lie "was offered oditorealt) of the I/a/dlos Home Journal, in 1889. ; After 80 -eam as editor of that magazine, lie retired. In 1920 ho wrote "The AmericaTitea- Uon of Edward Bok," which' wo-a ttie Pullteer prize for the ou-tstatading biographi-cal work of the year and: the gold medal of the Aeadomy ot Political Â»n-d Soo,ial S:ieiK;. In 1923 lie founded' the Am'erica-n Peace Award, offering $1K),000 for -tho most practicable plan to -eata-Wls'li aud praseTve the peace of the Â·world, one | jvalf of which w-as to be paid by tiio ! fouiKlation upon acceptance of the plan by a Jury, the other half to he paid upon acceptance of the plan by -the United Stat-as- Satiate, A iphwi submitted by Dr. C. A. Lrfver- mo-ro of the Now Yoiik Peace Society won the- award. Tho contest and Dr. Livermore'a Â·plan aroused the attention not only of the United State-s, whore it was Â·d'iscusued offl;ia.lly ;uwV unodlclally, but 'tilurouig'hoiifc the world. Two years ago Bok established anid Â·dediciitod to the Nation a bird sanctuary oiear Ms Florida 'lwme. On it he erw-ted a g:reot "Binig-in-g tower" fitted 1 with a flue cariUion InipoTted from TOitr-opo., President Coo-lldge au-d many other notables atlen-d'ed the dedication of tho sanctuary, which waa to be not only a refuge for wild life but a place whwe men too -coul-d find bwivs oÂ£ peace and "Dear, are you opt glad you followed my suggestion when 1 urged you to try SS.S, for your lost appetite ?" H AVE yon an indifference or loathing for food, or do you really enjoy mealtime? Fa3.a and fancies come and go. We must be reasonable. You can't afford to wreck your body by "killing" an appetite given you by Nature to nourish your bo]y. You must re.illy enjoy your meals and assimilate them to restore the waste of the body. Don't expect a stron-sf, sturdy body and a ketn mind to carry on iÂ£ you dj not enjoy your food, It just can't be dorse. Friends, happiness and business success may depend on a keen appetite. Many thousands have turned to S.S.S. when the appetite signaled dangsr. It is a time-tested remedy ... purely vegetable, Easy ^o assimilate. Pleasant to take. It will do much to restore the natural appetite. It will not act instantly, but, bft assured, when taken, according to directions, i t , will usually bring back your desire to eat and enjoy your food. This you well know is the basic Btep for health. Simply reason it out for yourself and you will agree that it is the practical way. And remember, S.S.S. will help you get your blood-cells back up to normal. Then fha_t sluggish, let-down feeling and skin troubles will disappear. You should sleep soundly. Firm flesh ahould take the place of that which was once flabby. You , should feel strong. Your nerves become steady. S.S.S. gives to Nature what it needs in Â·making you feel like yourself again. At all d r u g stores in two sizes. Ask for the larger size, It is more economical. i Builds Sturdy Health g a.8,8. Beamingly unbeli ivable, according 1 to many ia tha quk icness with which Eesinol r e l i e v e -\ the itching of rashes, eczema err almost any itching condition of th/ skin. This ointment originated 1 y a physician SB yeai's ngo has bcc imo a standby in thousands of horn B, whero it is also used for burns, s ires, chafing, etc, Resinol Soap not only aids in treat* ing skin disorders, but it's daily toilet use tends to kaep the skin clear and smooth. F R E E Sample of each, e n o u g h Ifo* a v/eeks trial. Write ResinoJ, Dopt. 88, Baltimore, M1. We Examine Your Eyes and Fit the Frames 'LICENSED 1 10!) North-- Pittsbui'i? Street Open MonrtÂ«yÂ» Wednesday and Saturday Sights, 7 to 8t30, Rfww^fmiw^f'fowMW^^ 4 Better Late Than Never It is not too hue to enter the classes started Monday, J a n u a r y (, A number o f - C o n n e l l s v i l l e y o u n g people have joined t h e classes. Five' enrolled u-tst Thursday. A t h o r o u g h business eourno w i l l give you a nev outlook, anl enable you to "('ash in" on your present (."duration. DAY A'Ni Mean: SESHIO.NS OFFICE TRAINING SCHOOL ,SeveÂ»h J'Moov, CitixoiiK Blinding, Uniorilown, I'l^una. ? ' ? '(jl5^%R#yil^^^4\i^aj^fi^Wt^^ you have something to sell and are in a big hv-.rry to sell it, let the cie^siHed ac!Â» vertising department of 1'he Courier prove its ability as a speedy and efficient aales medium.
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