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T»AGE srx. T10 DAILY COURIER, CONNE1 .LSVILLB, PA'. FRIDAY, J A N U A R Y 1.0, 1930. P E R S O N A L M E N T i l O N Mrs. John Evans oE Race-street has Rone to "McK..;os Rocks to visit her sister, Mrs. "William Watson, who Is very i l l . Tho Mothers* Auxiliary Boy Scouts, Troop No. 3, aro w o r k i n g to make t h e i r card party In .Immaculate Conception Social Hall \V«;dncnlay eve-| ning, January 15, a success "by offering j "warm prizes." They have completed ] threo b e a u t i f u l hand made comforts j which they a-e o f f e r l n R as llrst prize . for bridge, "500" and bingo. Can you j uso a $-15 silk finish c o t n f o r l ? Watch j t h i s space for second "warm prizes" j tomorrow night.--Advertisement--10-1; Mrs. W. K. Allen of Vino street was j '.. c a l l i n g OH f r i e n d s In U n i o n t o w n yesterday. " j For a homo demonstration of a | ' Maytag Washer, p h o n e 1540-K. John H. Work. 117 West Apple street.--Ad- vertisement.--tjan-Gtx. Mrs. Albert Smith attended tho t'u- | neral service for Mrs. Phoebe Dawson T h u r s d a y a f t e r n o o n at her home | in U n i o n t o w n . Misses Molly and S a l l y Lisowltz and Sol Krongold ot U n i o n t o w u were among t h e o u t - o f - t o w n guests at the C o u n c i l of Jewish J u n i o r s ' frolic Wednesday night at Poplar Terrace I n n . M a l v i n McCrr.ary o f N o r t h Seventh r . i r e c l . West Side, c o n t r i b u t e d saxo- p h n n c solos at a j o i n t surprise- p a r t y (c.-ulcred T. J. anil \V. 10. Dudley, brothers. Woclnesulay nlsht. at t h e i r homo in U n i o n t o w n . Mrs. lloso U n g c n l i e U l of P l t t a h u r g s t r e e t , S o u t h C o n n o U s v i l l c - , w h o h a d been c o n f i n e d to Her bed for tlio, past week w i t h l o n s i - l i t i s and pi'ip. IK a-blo In be a b o u t in (he bonne. .Mrs. .lack Pioreo a n d s i s t e r - i n - l a w , Mrs. .1. H. f . l r a w n , w e n t to 1'lHsbnrg · ,1ns i n o r n l n v ; to sptMid tho day with i h r I'ornir-r'ji h u s b a n d , who is a p a t i e n t in the Mer-.-y H o s p i t a l . Mr. Pierce s u f f e r e d a f r a c t u r e oC t h e ICR last HcH'Lemhr.r while, at worn, for the 1'inl- i l m o r o Ohio R a i l r o a d . His condi- t i o n is not so pood. W. !,. A V r i g h t of t h e W r i g h t shoe store has r e - t u r n e d home f r o m l.oui.s, w h e r e bo attended the national shoe c o n v e n t i o n . -Ten t h o u s a n d shoe dealers w e r e in attendance. Mrs. J a m e s Cox of Scottdale "was ' t h o guest o 1 ,' Mrs. J. D. Percy of East Cedar a v e n u e yesterday. Mrs. Frank L. Heck of McKeesport has. r e t u r n e d homo a f t e r spending a day us t l i o u ' U f s t of Mrs. J. I. Daugh- f i ' t y of S o u t h N i n t h s t r e e t . Greenwood. Alra, Heck f o r m e r l y resided here. J. S. H a r p e r of O r r v i U e , Ohio, who was called lion- by tho d e a t h of f l i s , n ··V.trr. Mi'fi, "Morgr-vy H a r p e r l,ynn, left I hen; t h i n t i m r n i n K t o r bit-; h o m e . \Vhilo | i n C o i i u o n i t v i l l o Mr. H a r p e r vi«i!cd -Mr. and Mrs. J. !'. M u t e of Ka.st Crawford a v e n u e . lie- i?; ii brother-in-law of Mrs. IJuU:. Aunt Het W V non«UT "I didn't, havi- no business goln' to old man Smiih's funeral, but I'd been needin' a f o o d cry for a week an' c o u l d n ' t get started." Rev. Krupp Speaks To Theatre Meeting On "Supreme Test" 1 MANY ATTEND FUNERAL WILLIAM A. l i . i u i A . ':;iM'Vice Hcv. George n K r u p p , pastor of ( h e United I'r-osbyterian Church, s p e a k i n g ywterday at t h f ; Orpheum The-atrn nl t l i o noon rnceliir;:, c h i w - a s bis Uie-me, "The Supreme Test, 1 ' wit.h tho text of his feormon f r o m John 2l':J.O, iho words, "liovcat 'J hou M-e?" Rov. K r u p p s a i d : "Our t h o u g h t has boon directed these days to IMugs supremo. "We shall facu today the supremo, test, \ 'Loveet T h o u ' M e ? ' In Matthew 2 4 : 1 2 , 1 St. ' tho Master gives w a r n i n g 'because In- 1 hiulty shall abound, the lovo oE many tttitUl wax cold.' It is timely therefore that we f ; c e the supremo lust, lovost thou me? ^ "If you were 'o undertake 'nn ocean voyage at thte f-oason of the year you would find t h a t at certain regular ia- tervate one of die crew w o u l d lower a. bucket over (lie side of tbe vet-sol. Mo would d r a w a b u c k e t f u l l of water f r o m the- ocean and t a k e tbe t e m p c r u | lure of t i l e w;U.i r. S h o u l d he discover t « n p e r a l n r to be- below n o r m a l , ice l i t r e s w o u b l be (inspected nnd tho watch w o u l d b ' d o u b l e d , a n d if t l i o t e m p e r a t u r e w o u l d bo very m u c h he- low n o r m a l , II;" ispo-cd of the VCKKC! would he Black -tied. "Ati upon t h e - great dee-p, BO in the i voyage of life: ( h e r e is one- who takes j y v i u r t e m p e r a t u r e , l i p fncci y o u w i t h ; t h o q u e s t i o n , ' l . o v e s t Thou Mo?' lie; j t a k e s your ton p o r n t u r e w h e t h e r you i t h i n k it is nec-s '.sary or not. Me- lalccu . -· 1 it w h c l h o r you like it or not, J l o re-adw ivcs of W i i - j a ccuratoly w b ; i you register, 'Love-at Thou Me?' "The call to w o r s h i p registers y o u r not tho as- t o g e t h e r a f t e r JUNIOR BAND WILL BE FORMED JAN. 17 AT VANDERB1LT An o r g a n i z a t i o n is expected '^o bo c-t- , ! fecled on Friday e v e n i n g , J a n u a r y 17, | j w b o n persons "interested in the- for, m a t i o n of the Junior Band u n d e r tho i auspices of i,hc A m e r i c a n Lotion Com- j m u n l t y Band w i l l moel at i h o Legion roonw at VandorblU. ' . Gurte C. Colllni-, who , ; jtt-111 Iwvn charge of (he banrl. \ v h l f l j w i l l bo operated u n d e r separate officers, requests t h a t All p o r s o n H n o t i f y him by telephone or sect him personally at once so t h a t a m p l e preparation^! can bo made for tho mooting. Mr. Collhm pointed out thai, t h n purpoc-io of the band K to H t i m u l a t c in- terc-st p a r t i c u l a r l y among tho y o u n g folks who arc b e g i n n i n g to p l a y m u s i cal instrume-nts. However tho roti-ter ·will not bo restricted e n t i r e l y to beginners and any ono who wants to iplay in that organization is oxl-on-d-ad an invitation to attend ilie meeting mxt Friday. A t t e n t i o n w-ae called by Mr. C o l l i n s to the- fact that tho girte and w o m e n also may bo members. Ho declared that m a n y members of the f a i r ecx have- e-xpreesod t h e i r defliro to join. It le essential that Mr. Collins lie notified in advancip of the person'fi intention to e n r o l l and ho can be reached on tho telephone by c a l l i n g Dawson 5-J, ho caid. According to a p l a n announced members from tho J u n i o r Band w i l l be placed' In tho eklar organization when the}' have displayed proficiency in Uio nee of I n s t r u m e n t s . Dies at Ghwing Christmas Tret! End Stomach Trouble Quickly Fantotis Scientific 1'ow'cr Acfs 10 ittJnntes or Lous. In Quick r e l i e f from stomach is guaranteed by Buenger'a Bi-Kex A l k a l i n e Powder. I n tbiii no* scion- tiflc discovery, special ingredients act cllri.-ctly u p o n the c a u s e of stomach disorder, re-establishing q u i c k l y and n a t u r a l l y t h e - d e l i c a t e chemical balance of the stomach. Bl-Rex hag an effect t h a t ifi particularly s o o t h i n g - Tleshll.i prove thia I n f i n i t e l y m o r o b e n e f i c i a l than t b e v i o l e n t , h a r m f u l a c t i o n of soda or p o t a s s i u m . A t t h o f i r s t s t R i i o f t r o u b l e -- - s o u r taste, s o u r r i s i n g s . b c l c h l n K , b a d b r e a t h , b u r u i n i ; s e n j i . i t i n n a r o u n d t h o h e a r t , or p a i n s In the pit. of the y i o n v u c h - -- t r y U i - K r x . U o n ' t n o g l e c t ( l i r u o t i y t n p t o m s . They are forc-w.-triilngs of serious t r o u b l e , t h a t m a y d e v e l o p later. Hi-Rex ia sold u n d e r a s a t i s f a c t i o n o r n u n n y b a c k K i u i r i n i i f - c liy t h e ( . ' o n - j | SLAYERS OF P1TTSBURG POLICEMAN IDENTIFIED Cm I A'ftina Nation, pretty 1 7-year-old high school girl,whose recent sudden death in her home, at Denver, Col,, ss she sat near a brilliantly lighted Christmas tree, has been declared due to fumes issuing from the apartment below, -which was being fumigated. (International fftS%fVWWWUft«!WWVVW#i«^^ Records '222130 7.1C - A f ! TfifH I'm A s l i i n s r is S.v}iip«Hiy--AV!ill!...TM Ted W w m s ;ind H i s Orchestra To B« }· orirodfn \V;ilf: W a y n e Hint? find His Orcli. 222S2 TTic My Lovf I'nnulc Fox Trnl f P n n i m o u n J picture, "The, .\((hn(Iy'; r ' s i i t i H, Aoiv Fo.v 7'rof (''Tito TJIVC, POLICE LOCATE BOY WANTED \S MURDER V ^ITNESS C o n t i n u e d f r o m Page One. Dunolioo and that -ho slam s ready to appear before Coroner S. \. 3 a Hz .at any iinio 1o tell evaryt'liiiif lie knows that w i l l la any way ho! i clear up the murder. UNIONTOWN, .Ian. 10.-- Coroner S. A.\ Bait/, w i l l resinnc his .ntiucBt. into tho m u r d e r (if John Flo ·! Donohoc in the larger conn room next Tuen- tlny fi.Ctornxxn at 1:30 o'cloc c. Huillclciit V)roKres8 had btten ma le by the coroner's oflioo y«ntcrday to warrant a r e s u m p t i o n of tho t e f i t l n ; my and an a d d i t i o n a l flood of In'tert ( t i n g toetl- rnotty w i l l !)'.» disclosed, It Is now an- ·cports ac- i censn p l a l e | Miss Mar- stand \S'ed- iotor Coin- was in r r H a r r i B h u r K , registrar of Magnesia Best For Gassy Stomach BlsurnLed Ma.g-n.osla Promptly Ends Gas, Sourness and Add Indigestion. Yestcrdny I l a r r i s b u r g r r c d i t c f l i h o !!)«!) d e a l e r ' s 1 XL"J-1GS iiK t u r n lion cfl hy R a r c t Abel o n i l u i w i t n e s s n e s d a y to t l i r T a s s u n p ' p a n y o f K t p u h M c . I'hin iiponyc l.o i i i n n i r i o s at. t h r o u g h tho olllco of tho motor vehicles. Miss A b e l s.-ild «hr P,IW Kirst 1'resbyteriiin C h u r c h in ( it;.-, oflic.hilcu*, assisted by Kev. ( i c o r p r c Siuipc. pastor of T r i n i t y f o r m e d C i u j r c h . M f i n b t - r y o f c l i t u : h rlioii- «;i]«,'. Mrs. J. M. ' w o r t h w a s o r g a n - - ? i'allbua wc,c \ V i l l i y . m T. Hi.sbop, l , Ij.vC'tl \.. l i u t t « r m o r « and M y e r s , all of t'u!;: city, H a r r y row of 1'ii t s b u r c ; and llilSiMie 1 M y t ; : i l l . M l l 1 ;'r.---. F1TT.SHUUG, . I a n . I D . -- A. signed c c ' i i f C E t i l u n of p a r t l c i p a l i o n in tho robbery w h i c h preceded l.lio k i l l i n g of Policeman .laniett I f u p h r a , nec.otnber Z\, iti lielil uy city detectives. Sergeant Wheeler of * rhe liomiciclo a n n o u n c e d Uxkiy. c o j i f v n i o n , made by I ' h l i l i p Tho tho ' Dil- Mor- :".-».".'? r --i' one j " Y o u r p o K t c , i-' j cut ion of you:M e i n b e i s of tiir- K n i . u h t u of I'ythi.' 1 .?' w o r e liononiry p a l l b e a r e r s . They were .1. if, B o w m a n , K. H. f.'orkruii, C. H i ' i n h a u K a . I,. -V ' G l o v e r , George H i D C i ' i i - k .mil ( ' . I / . M i - l o n a l d . 1 n t ' - n n i M ' . ) w a s i n I I U I G r u v c Coni Soars, 17, of I'it.tsbi.irK, j » o l f o e said, not f r . c n d s a n d r e i a l i i s l i o p a l t o - u d t J d t h e f u n c r . i l h e l d y c s j c r d a y a f t e r n o o n a t the Kirat Prssbylorinn Church, o f . ; t e m p e r a t u r e . Porsake w h i c h lie was a m e m b e r . I'vecodini; ; sembling of y-u,-«elvert I be c h u r r b s e r v i c e , t h e r e waa a p r a y - j the m a n n e r of ; nu-. Give lieod to tho f r at the- residence at tho corner tf j t i l i n g s t h a t ye have hoard leet at. any Hast C! roe n and llaco streets. time wo eboul'i lot them d r i f t . Kev. \V. I'. Russell of N ^ \ v K e n f i n g - "Our a t t i t u d e toward otherti regie- ton, f o r n i i - r assistant pastor of (ho j ters our te-mtx rattiru. ' i f a man lovo Mils j tuif. life brother whom he h a t h aeon, i.'. i 'o(v s h a l l he lave Ctxl whom he hr.lfc ' n o t set;;:'." Y are my ditjciplei-j if yf; keep my conuiiiuid/nwUs. Thi« IM my coinniantliixvut "J'h«t yo Jove- ono a n a r e r s i other.' l/t..--!,y «ha!l all mc'ii k n o w that ye are m-,- x;!-="lpietj Uiat yo h a v o n o t h e r . ··'fi rcfculi;: vro an Incli- tr-nipcvature. AH a ; i--iile^man s t a r ed out to i;!-.-; most, dia- i ; u n t t e r r i t o r y v.-i'.i'ruii. renlizinii t h a t ' lite h:nnlo : b;:l b e e n l e f t a.t home ami , , n·*-·*·, I t h c - d w l a n c c h.-lnj; too Kt-ecit for him lo j J" iR'EMEN VVfLL | r e t u r n f o r t h i - u i . h n t r i i d to sell w i l h ' o u t - h i f i H i u n | i . r n a n d e x f i e r i e n i ' e d h i s poorfist d a y . T h a t e v e n i n g a t t h o p r a y e r s e r v i c e , h i s pallor !--poki of iho f i i f l i c i i l l y of r - ' c i c h i i i K men for C h r i i i t . S«id t h e hale, t h a i , y o u h a w t h e ( j i i a l i l y i. i REVIVAL NEXT WEEK . AT LEISENRING CHURCH: licld i .\i-.\l. wcel;, besinuiu:-: at r f v l v i i l services w i l l l)o. : i i n u at the I j e i s e n r i n K I'roK- j C l m r r h , w i t h Uov. W i l l i a m j , t lie p a s t o r in c h a r p i ' . The W i l l i a m d'ray of Uick- num. '(Vi.n it bo, pas(or, no s a m j j l P H to s h o w or f Hioso you have to idiow'." It \v;is said of ( l i e Maslcr in one- town t h r o u g h \vlilch Ho pasfied 'lie could do no m i g h t y w-urk t h e r e be- ctiuso of t h e i r u n b e l i e f . ' "Your paet'irVi rc6iiy« i n d i c n l o and r o g i s t r r y o u r t e . i n p e r i t i i r e (iiougiil,-; jiciiiscrfi my S'.-'eiJn^sd.iy t h e m f r o m l i u t c Mrs. ]l!iini:t(in nn Visit, w ; l l ! i i n l l a m i i t o n of 'West l . i - l s m r i ' i j ? l e f t t l s i s m o r n i n g f o r Now; i v ! , N. .1.. Ui \ i ; i i t lior t l u u g h t o r , Mrs. i : ; i i ! U c n s l n s c r . who i.s assi.staivt to Dr. ISanmc! Ctip.mbcr.i of tho K i l b u - r n MC'iiiorhil rrosbyti'i-'uin C h u r c i i of t h a t c i t y . Mrs. J f o n s i u ^ p r iH a l a o woil " k t H n v t i ; s r;nlio siller. " 'O may tin in-east " \ V b e r o o'er I roam, w h e r e e'er [ 'Nor let my ".ealcer i);»-;«io!i Oaro 'ConsDnt to s i n -- f o r Oor is n e a r , ' 1 rest J. S. JENKS MADE VICE i PRESIDENT AND CHIEF . P. E. CO. Dryiiit .Ambrose Very III. Bryan Ambrose is reported very ill r.t his homo nt V;vnd.erbllt w i t h in- f l u e n z a . He is s:iitl to bu slowly im- Jiis p a r t i c i p a t i o n ) n t t w o acconiplJMi ajul d t l l w l t c l y i(!ontfies one of tiiem iti the man who fired the six eholij i n t o the policeman. Detectives a r e w i t h h o l d i n g t h a .:··"""· " f «"«;-_--/ t,',]p K o(i companions u n t i l a f t e r t h e i r arrests, expected s h o r t l y . ILLUMINATE MEMORIAL st 'f n car oon- up a b l i n d ichoolhou.si: m o r n i n g o£ .itf- T' ;iohoa %vas license m m b e r on men bar 1)10 H;i.i;iii c'clo^lt on tli i ho Tlio i-d'. t h a t as rec' rded abow 1,1 i » I n g road j i i road at. ',· .litiy 31, m u r d e r e d t h e car \ .she, said. Coroner Bait?, w i l l no reveal tho i d o n t l l y of o i h n r wit.net fos lie w i l t ; i ! l u n t i l tl-e t i m e o f t h ( hearing. A l l of !.!)«)) a.ro v ^ r y Kornunu to tho case, however, he aaie! last, n i g h t . The t h o r o u g h s i f t i n g by the ooroner and his j u r y ot e v e r y partlel* of e v i d e n c e t h a t , can bo b r o u g h t t- l i g h t has | c a u s e d u n t o l d inli.-rest I n t h o h e a r i n g . ff e v e r y t h i n g : you eat t u r n s to Eras a n d y o u r stomach i s a c o n s t a n t f t r m c n t of s o u r n c H s ami A:!1 I n d i g n a t i o n , try t a k l n y a I t L t l o i ) u r a B i j j u r a t e d Matrnesla a f t o r incalsi for a \vhiK. n i s a g-«t Oio Imm e d i a t e r e l i e f t i l l s a l j n p l o prc.scrlpr.lon uo u n f a l l l t i B l y g i v e s . It Is a n e r l n u a mistake to seek r e l i e f f r o m I t i d l f j e . s t t o n or a bad stomach by uBliuj pep»li) or o t h e r a r t i f i c i a l dlges- tarits. Y o u g-ct r e l i e f b u t w e a k e n t h o s t o m a c h anil d o n o t r o a c h t h o cuusn H-hic'h, n i n e t i j i i e s l;i t o d , I s s i m p l y "too m u c h arid" lii t h e s t o m a t - h . H l s u r a t f t l M i i R n o s l n . t n l t o n a f t P r m e a l s , .llasi.il vi'.'i or r i c u l . r n l l z e s t h i s aclil, s n ' o e t p i i s n ' j f l c l e a n s !ip the stoniac.-lt, ( I r i v c - a cut K,-I s ,ai)d b l o a t a m i I d s Uio. fi«'ni:ii;h ',)lijf,st y o u r f o o i i ns n n n i r r I n . l o r n l e t i w i t h o u t n . p n r t l ' - l n o f t r o u b l e . H r l l a b l o d r u ^ R l H t s o v / r . v i f ) i e r i » s»!]i!y p r n n l n n F ' i ^ u r n i Oil Mn ^ncsla. I n b o t h po-.vilcr niul l u l i l e t f l I n .ipnlc'l par.ltag-ps. f * ' n o t i o n f i i ? - - r ' v v i i l i n i x l h . a r y r f l r . T f p , m i l k or l u m p m n # i p . « l n . Hr sum l.o « c t B l n u r a t r d , \ v h l r l i is f : ¥ | p f . - l ; i | i y p r o p a r i " ! f o r a c i d y t u r i K i c h t r r m b l c . -- A d v e r t i s e - m e n t . D c f c n d e r » of Lord's Day The L o r d ' s l;i.y A l l l i u u - e ot (lit; U n i t ed S i n i i - s Is n n orgiiDlzntloii of 19 (.'lirisilnii ( l ( ' i i ( i i n i : : r i i l o u a . Its [jurpose (a to d c f c f u l riru) preserve the Lord's day ns n tiny [ rfst and n'orshlp, to secure a weekly rest day for the toll- er, n n d to promote constructive Sim- d n y l o f r i s l n t i n n n n d I n w enforcement. SEVEN DENOMINATIONS AT iA. M. E. CHURCH SERVICE The Food That »wn H H BTM JL rights Fat It's a glmitl food, now used to correct the known causo of so much cxcc.ss fat. Doctors now employ it the v.-orlti over. Arid now, without starvation, multitudes ;irc jMijunp now yourh and beauty, vim and vij.or. You see the results wherever you lut.k. Fat is the exception no\v. Miirmola prescription tablets embody tlii.s RMtlorn method. People have used them f ir 22 years--millions of boxes of them. Some of your own friencla, doubt- les;;, cr.ri show you what they do. f.ct them bring you what they have hrotig)!? to s-n many. The results will de'igb: and , r itna/,e you. A book in the Iox explains I he effects. Go now and Hr-k yt ur tiru^Kist for a *! box of Mar- rnola. You owe i h a t lo yourself. A n n r n i i i c e i i i e n t is- made ot (he- clec- j tion of ,1. S. .Je-nlif, vtco-prcsidc-ut of j tho \\'cal I ' o i u i Kle ; t r i e C.'orapauy. In hitj new p o s i r i o n M;-. ,,'cnki will act ae chio! engineer of all tho electric properties and alrso sers'o as the company's contract man with Sanderson Porter, conl'-actors of West Penu csU'iiclurcts 01' all k i n d s . M n Jenk!-' nssociation w i t h tho West V e n n c a i t i i f r o m A u g u n t 2, 1!)02, when he came to the c o m p a n y ae t r a n s m i s s i o n eiiB'ineer. His 11 ret duty the ^5,000 volt transmis- For 10 yean-! ho WOB oblcnirt i n v o l v i n g r i g h t o f c n s i n e e r i u K , c o n s t r u c t i o n n ot 1 t r a n s m i s s i o n a n d p o w e r s t a t i o n s , · n n s f e r r e d f r o m ; .bui'K in 1012 a® assistant; re, ihon g e n e r a l manager, j hud liupervhiion of all · l a t i i i g to power I'ervico. · L y n n took charge i n 19l(i j as again placed !n charge |'f^',." T h o S o u t h C o n n n l l K v i l l o Fire Do- partme.nt is p l a n n i n g (o have a s p o t l i g h t eroi-tcd so. t h a t tlifi m o n n m e n l , in h o n o r of llio.se who nerved ilurliiK I he World War, w i l l IKI i l l u m i n a t e d . at n i g h I. T!io firemen were i n s L r u m e n t a l i n l i a v i n j ? I l i o i n c m o r l n l erected a n d a r o t a k i n g uaro ol' it. Tlicy now liopo to iiavo the s p o t l i g h t 'nustalled on a polo :ind tlien focus it. on tlio m o n u m e n t . :5o t h a t it, w i l l bo visible. afU-r dusk. M e e t i n g T u e s d a y e v e n i n g , I l i r e o c o m m i U e e s were chosen to serve, for the, e n s u i n g year. They are: Play- g r o u n d s , J o h n W h i t e , \V. n. H e l m K , W. AV. Ulawson, llalpli D a v i d s o n and Carletoti I ' U l c n o u r ; a d v e r t i s i n g , t!. 10. Weyant, A l b e r t O r n d o r I T a n d J o K e p h Slslcy; p u r u h a s l i i g , John Wiiite, Joseph S i B l e y , C. K, Woyanl, A l b e r t O r n d o r f t and W. W. C l a w w o n . H wan said t h a t l.lio property on w h i c h the c o m m u n i t y p l a y g r o u n d is located is u n d e r a '10-year lease, two l i t w h i c h h a v e elapsed. T h o f i r e m e n have a n o p t i o n o n t h n g r o u n d a n d may purchase it. This Is .said to bo considered a p r o b a b i l i t y sometime, in tho f u t u r e . provided 1 by ; was to b u i l d . slon i-jyistom a c t i v e in pi 1 ., i way and t h e j and o p o v a i - l . i [ s u b - s t a t i ( « n j j I'le wai-; t 1 v i l l o lo Pit! | to VV. K. .Mo j and in 191-'! a c t i v i t i e s r. | \Vlicn A. M. ' Mr. .Ifi-nks v of i h p oper,-- t i o n !!i J u l y III of power s t a l l n n p and Quickly Stops Dreaded Coughing Coughing won't b o t h e r y o u t h i n w i n t e r if you keep Foley's Honey and Tar Compound on h a n d . W h e t h e r y o u r cough r e s u l t s f r o m a cold, irritated bronchial tubes, ticldiriK t h r o a t , troublesome u i f c h t coughs or a constant nervous h a c k i n g , each dose of Foley's Honey and Tar c a r r i e s iis c u r a t i v e balsamic d e m u l c e n t v i r t u e s i n t o d i r e c t c o n t a c t w i t h t h e i r r i l a t e d Councils- ; surfaces and gives i n s t a n t r e l i e f . Feelw good to t h e throat., -warms 'and comforts, acceptable (o the moat, s e n s i t i v e stomach. No opiates, no c h l o r o f o r m . Mildly laxative. Dependable, and effective a l i k e f o r c h i l d r e n a n d g r o w n persons. Ask for Foley's Honoy a n d For gait) hy C. Roy He-tzcl, C'him.'h n i g h t was obso ve-d at Payne A. M. K. Church last n s'ht in the ovange.list.i--: .service b-eli s conthict-ed ;,!rr,. M"V !,ou Mendert in of · Zaiw-'H- vi-lle, Ohio, with seven .'nominations of th'B - i t ; ? and s i r r r o u m ing '.mmvuu- i t y In at.H'iuiii.ncc. The: c wor-o- ft^ in sii.lotKlanc:. Mur.fc was -Viv;, J o h n Toii-nK. '."rjnigiil w i l l lx .for by tbe j u n i o r choir over To-morrow there f-o-as1," w i t l i Mr (Sold ,of CofihocUm, O h i c Kunclay l.Ivcr i w i l l be w i t h a mass iiTeelln-g: afte.nionn al ,"i:;iO o'. a IHO iwo ·.pecial music i.n invprovlBc-t! will be a . Tllli-e She-f- as fiingor. vices all d a y , r -men in tho ck, to which Clcrk-('/irriei A coi 11 poll 11 vo c i v i l F-ft 'ic« e x a m i n a - tion for Ili-e jioisition of c l e r k - c a r r i e r ( c h a u f f ' e u r - e a r r i o r ) onl of the. Con- uollsvillo i.'osl.ollic-o wil be hel'd at a dnlo l.o bo; announced ater. Receipt of applications will clo .e on J a n u a r y K l . Tho 'applications n ay bo seoiwed from local M i p s fearie posiofilc-o. Ilo linsoii at tiio CHECKTHESE THREE THINGS S quick action 2 clear tone 3 l-o-n g I-if-c ASK YOUR DEALER LONG --L.I ^SO T STANDARD for EVERY leading set Stolon 'ur Itcc iTercd, OWN, Jan. 10.--A Buick coupe, o w n n d by .Harrj AV'hyel w-ao stolen f r o m the rert'r i f the Wlikoi Kwn.ii Hotel l.ito T!iun d n y ' - n i g h t . I t svari recovered by Pat olman Harry Chancy several hours 1 it or in Nassau street. Oper., J a m e s , H a u o y , two yi arg old, son of Mr. and Mrs. .Luther Haney of J-af- 1'erson street, imrterw mt a mastoid operation at the Con lellsvllle Stato Hospital this morning Presbytery to Meet. An n-cljouriVB-il meet! !· of tho Rc.tl- atone Presbytery is innounceil for Tues-iluy n i g h t , J a n u a r y li, at 7: SO o"clock a-t tln Firs! Presbyterian Clmre!j of Unlontoivii. elocu.'i \Vest 1'onu , W o o l n - o r t h B t i U d i n c , C o n u o l l s v i M e . -- I Comoa'" v l c °- j A d v e n i s e m e n t . P o w e r ' thoas who The Hard, Cru )l Earth A \ l u t n r s f h i l i n t o i n v e cnnquercd tle f i l r . inif ilip.v hip a not yet con- rjuered (lie c n r t h . Thf r flnd the e n r t h n u r d n r n l onrnerelftil when f.liey f a l l on It.. -- A f r h l s n n f!!nbf Grtten on the It's n L'nse of true s m i l e f n n d l y when f mnkes the l i t t l e ball Fairway IOTC I f he cnn ie swings a n d roil 18 f e e t , -Richmond News-Leadi r. / ·oni Whichever Side You Look at /t i THE Kerosene Mantle Lamp · « the Burns 94% Air Aladdin gitrs Tight, cquat ten ordinary lamps--H|jht» Irwtanlly and burns without odor, noise, amofce, ( dancer or trouble, absolutely nafc- Tho Greatest Improvement Ever Made in a Mantle Lamp N qw for the first time in homes where kerosene oil ia used for lighting, one may enjoy all the comforts and blessings of a perfectly lighted home. The new Instant-light Aladdin gives a light just like sunlight and even better in quality than electricity. It will flood a big room will] the softest, mellowest, brightest light---* delight to the cycaof the aged an assurance njjainttt ruination o{ the eyes of the voung. No longer need a keroscno flghuxl home be Rloojiw and cheerless alter nighUiiU. Beautiful hand decorated gtusu and parchment shades too. For Sale by . llnllers 222«7 ...... 7,'c -I I,ore ^'011, llo.llT(; .Mf, I l.cnn You - F o x Trot (Vnp«. bou 1 Lo vnr") If You Urc tin- O n l y G i r l -Wall/, (from Radio pldiiro, ("T 1 10 Vn mil) n n il I, a vc r") .................. ..... .... ................. ______ ......... ..................... ..... K i i d y Viillcc ami .(Fix Connecticut Yankees 22228-- 7.C-- Tap Dnjit-n Medley ("Swnnec lllver"-- "Strolling Through t)i« Viirk"- "Slfirl, naiici;"-- "Cuddle Up a Little Closer") I!y llec!(--'rn|) Dance ................................. V l c i o r JN'ovclty Orchestra 223.1C-- oc-- Love JTade a O j p s y Out of Me Loolc \Mtnt, You've Done (o Mo ("Why Leave Home") ..................... - .......... - .......... --------------- ..... -- .......... - ..... ..... . ..... Welcome I/eirls i» S222...--75e-- I May He Vfrnng ( H u t I 'I'll I n k You're W o n d e r f u l ! ) (from the Musical C o m e d y , "Murray Anderson's Alniannc") J u s t i'»u, Just Me (from "Marianne*') ................. ........................ ........... ........................ - ........ ---------- ........ Gladys It lc« - Fnuiklyn Batir Next to Oi'pheum Theatre, CoimellsviJle, Pa, j?Ve*0 Orthophonlc ' wwvwvtfWVWwrwriiFvni^^ Hardware Co. 118 West Crawford TNCL,UDK a Torrid Zone warm air heating system in ·«· the original plans for your new home. Have the warm air pipes and registers "built-in" the same as wiring aiid plumbing. A planned heating system of this kind will give you aU you could ever hope for in home comfort, warmth and humidity t h r u future years. The Torrid Zone furnace is absolutely gas tight and delivers clean, pure, stcril ; zed warm air that is easy 1.0 breathe becausa it alv/ays Contains health-giving moisture. We cordially invite you to call at our store t n d inspect-- Loucks Hardware Co. 1.1ft West CraM-ford Ave. Phone 18,". TWO SETS OF TWINS IN ONE YEAR Not content with leaving one set of twins at the home of Mrs. Vincent Kemp, of Lancaster, O., on Jan. 4, 1920, the stork returned with another pair on the last day of the year The first arrival* were boys and the second, a tix and three-quarters-pound boy and n five-pound girl. Mrs. Kemp's mother, one of a-set of twins, gava birth to thro' pairs of twins, among, them Mrs. Kemp. Mrs. Kemp and her four babies are above. The father is a shoe factory employes. /**/*\/f«^!F\ B T'K!*E* B T 1 I_I CaOOD TEOn A R K KECESSABY F O E GOOD .HEALTH PLATES -- BRIDGEWORK AT KOCK BOTTOM PRICES * W I T II OUT P A S A No l.'hartre W h e n Other Work Is Done EASY PAYMENTS M c C r o t ' v IMdtr., Connollsvillp,

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