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March 15, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

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PAGE THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 1918. ^ A-well attended meeting DC the ffiaa's Miaeiona'ry "goeiety of the Trin~ ity Lutheran church was held yesterday afternoon a£th"e3ioineti£*Mrs. J. H. Bittner in South Arch street, Mrs. Lyda Percy conducted a^ Bible reading " "The Power" of God Unto "SaTvalion", - Mrs*_pharles Stauffer ga^e a Dreading K An Emergency Opportunity,' 1 while thr last chapter of the hjssoa jrtudv, "Hetne^Missioar Msy -Leaders ; and Honor Koir.'the last chapter- of ; ''Missionary Milestone," was taken up ~ and discussed. Mrs. E. R Floto con~. clitcted a magazine quiz. Folio-wing tie ,- program refreshments \ve-e served by - a committee-composed of Mrs. Carrie - Bittner, Mrs. 'Brickjnan, Mrs. Balley - and the hostess. Eight members and two guests at- returned to their home at Mineral Point, "U'is., after visiting Mr. Maust's sister, Mrs. H. W. Lessig. Ballet ''. toe and aesthetic dancing, lyric and dramatic acting, Saturday afternoon. and..3Vednestiay evening, m hall. Bell phone 1196. lime. Mabelle Boulicr. -- Adv. -- 15-lt. 'A'completeT sh'owing of all that is nevrest and "best in "this., season's millinery at McParland's, Apple street, -- Adv.-- n -St. Mrs. J. H. Freiierieli.nf Wilkinsburg. returned -home this- afternoon after a visit w i t h hv brother and sister-in- laiv. Dr.- and -Mrs.~C. W. Utts.of the West Side. For the best and cheapest repairs on that roof, conductor or spouting, see F. T. Evans Estate. -- Adv. Tuesday last day of Downs' Shoe CAMP LEE BOYS HAVE NO DOUBT OF SERVICE SOON tended a meeting of the G. I. A Unit . store's sale o£ their enure stock, of r to the Charleston Comfons Branch of . the. Navy .League held last evening at '. tlie home of Mrs. 'J. H. Bittner "in ~ South Arch street. The evening was -- spent at knitting ofr the soldiers.- -Adv.--15-31. *!.- '" '- -Miss- Elizabeth Mae Brown and~E. \V. Haviland i*ill appear as solists at the benefit-moving picture. "Alice "in winter shoe t s. It will pay every man, woman.' ani child to take advantage of this cleanup 'sale. Just Saturday. Monday and/Tuesday Jefi to buy.-- t. Wonderland'" to be presente_d_ tompr- . row morning, afternoon- and~.-.evening i it the new'high school aiuiitorjatn for "" ihe benefit of the Red Cross,- The ben- - ?flt is given under the auspices of the - Roman's Culture elub_ Tn,e morning performance- vnU begiri"a.i-10 o'clock. FAYETFE BOY IN PERIL 6omcr Grecnirootl Xearly Browns in Ssintinc of The Tuscanln. Plunged into the icy waters of the Atlantic when theiifeboat be occupied ·was overturned -and being compelled to sjrrnr for.sbq.ro was the experience of Gomer~E. Greenwood wtio was on :he admission to wtich" Vill.be £ve j the transporrTuscania which, was torments for all grade- pupils," Attorney | pcdoed by the Germ tins, according to John Duggan,, a Four-JImiite" man. I a letter to his mother, Mrs. Carrie will speak. The proceeds aie for an 1 Greeni-ood of Waliersburg. Comer excellent cause and as t£? price of ad- i savs: mission is small the ladies hope to realize a large s-usri for the soldiers. The Busy- Tvelv-_club will meet tonight at the home of Mrs Groyer Cole in Crawford avenue. Weic. Side. "Just a few lines to let you know 1 have' arrived safe and am pretty well .considering what I have gone through. We were- on the,,»hip_ 12 days when, February 5, -are -were tor- Contlnuecl f-om Pace One. may have. It would be mcre'y foolish guesswork a'nd they will refrain from it' entirely." -Caution to relatives and friends against agamst loading the officers and soldiers wiih gifts was! also sounded by General Cronkfeite. In a letter to The Courier Private Reppert says: "The Depot Brigade is the one to which the Connellsville boys \vho left with the last quota of draftees arc in. | The fact that we received a full outfit four days after arriving and that two pairs of service shoes and no parade shoes were issued, further indicates that we w i l l soon see service. "The boys are feeling fine except the ones who are carrying sorp arms . as a result of the second inoculation. JThe Courier is eagerly read by the I whole Connellsville bunch, and the | letters from home--it the folks could dee the way the boys watch for the mail tney would write thai Jong delayed letter in a hurry." "The Bayonet" is the moat pretentious of all the soldiers newspapers that have 7et been issued. It is a ton page publication, filled -with interesting camp news and gossip ana intelligence relating to army activities, and is very popular at Camp Lee, Of the "Ten Day Olds," to which Ralph Sliger of Connollsvllle belongs, and which recently gave an exhibition dirll in competition with a company ot "Regulars," "The Bayonet" says: "Company H's 'rookies' certainly did show the way to Che 'rookies' in the other companies in their exhibition drill which was given for tire benefit of the visiting delegation from Pittsburg. The only trouble we are having now is to convince the doubting orres that they were not veterans who nad been here for four or five mentis, instead of just two weeks. ·pedoed and sunk. .There" were 60 in --" I the life boat'that I was In-and wo The weekly Bible study of the Bus- j floated around until 2 "o'clock in the mess "Women's, Christian association | monnng -when our'boat upaet and we was held last evening m Odd Fellows' i were all dumped Into the water. We temple. South Pittsburgh street. There j swam to a big cliff-und climbed upon *-as a good attendance aod the meet-1 the rock and stayed there until about 5 ing was an interesting one Supper j o'clock m the morning and was res- was served by Mrs. John Wilder, -Mrs. I cued by a farmer who "took us to his -. Charles -Weisgerber.. and Mrs. I. W,. : Myers of the" Trinity Episcopal church.' Mr. and 3Irs. Edward DeLaney, of house. We were all nearly frozen, but were given dry clothing and something to eat. Everybody treated us fine. We landed on the Scottish coast Brownsville, "have announced the en- and stayed four days and then went to sagemrat -of "their "daughter. Miss . England- I was awfully seasick for Kathryn Elizabeth DeLa-icy and Vir- ] three clays and was certainly glad to gil V. Trotter, 'of Buckhannon W. Va. set my foot on land once more." J'he engagement will terminate in may - wedding. Students of the South Connelisville . I igh school tendered their principal, ~~C. TBeatal, a very enjoable surprise " party last evening at his home in Patterson avenue. About farty-five per- ·· sons were present and spent a dehgot- t "_ fui evening at various games and | music. Re/reshments u e r e served · about 10 o'clock. DRAFT BOARD NO. 2 WILL SEND SIX MEN TOTEXASTOMORROW Tne third ot.a series of chain teas planned by women of the Christian Continued from Faro One. go in training at Kelly Field, San Antonio, Texas, has been transferred to Announcement. Mrs. William D. Hnbertson, graduate of New England Conservatory of Music, and former vocal instructor at Mount Pleasant Institute, has opened a studio in the Maccabee Imihiing and will give vocal instruction there Tuesday of each week. Arrangements can bo- made on Tuesday, March 18th, from 2 to 6 o'clock,--Adv. --14-2L Curd of Thank", Mrs. W. F. Thompson and family wish tn thank all those who so kindly assisted them in their recent bereavement, the deaJi of husband and i" i They desire to extend their heartfelt thanks to the minister and the bingers, and all those who sent floral tributes. Also do they wibh to thank the B. of R. T--Adv. wishes to announce that after 13 years of successful business, he finds it necessary to take over the entire lower floor of the I. O. O. F. Building, 127 and 129 East Crawford Avenue, making one of the largest exclusive music stores in Fayette County where he will continue to handle the well known LESTER, SCHILLER and other high-grade pianos, and in keeping with his policy to handle only the best, Mr. Weimer has secured the agency for "The Brunswick," the world's Greatest Phonograph. The Brunsivkk Phonograph is wade ly the Tvorld - famous BrnnsTfick-Balke-Collendcr Company, masters of fine cabinet wort. It is a musical masterpiece, embodying all the fine qualities of other phonographs, plus distinctive artistic qualities of H,s own. It is equipped with two sonnd boxes, one for playing Pathe records, another for other makes; a sapphire ball, jewel point and steel needles. Has 12-inch turn table, tone modifier, automatic stop. Certainly the "world's greatest ptoao- graph," the artistic triumph of s. 'nee. Come and hear it play the irreat music of Europe, old and new--the great European artists--and your own favorite records. SiTTJee at Tamlrrbilt. Beginning u.lli Suiday evening at 7:30 o'clock ami continuing for two weeks, special se t -\ic J es, wilt be conducted a: the First Methodisit Episcopal churt h at Vanderhilt by the pastor. Rev. S. W. Bryan. Ft. Oara at Omaha, Nebraska, expects to be in training there Hunting nargains 7 '' You will find them in our ad, columns. church for the benefit of the Men and about six weeks and then to go to New York for embarkation. He is with the 17th Balloon campany. SCOTTD.lr,F. HOTS-ENLIST - .'.Ullionb movement of :he Christian - church, is "being held this afternoon at the home of .Mrs. G. V. Buckner in Vine street. The second o£ the series was held yesterday afternoon at the | i_\ THE A'AYY A}'I \R3IY - home of .Mrs. George Porter in \rurs i Herman F _ MiHer . Joseph ^ M(J _ road. I Cafferty, Felii W. ilcGivern and , I Frank J. Home ot Scottdale and Au- Dr. and Mrs. C. V. fits were host' Xoe , an(3 Joseph _ % . Scherer of and hotess at regular niec-^ng ot tie |. Wcst Newton enlisted as apprentice their home , pp uai club last evening M uien- u^..= , seamen an[1 firemcn in North. Sixth street. Vest Side. Fue . tcrday They Cables were utilized for the games and tho Nava , tn ; m statioa at Ncwport - n most enjoyable evening was spen- Luncfieott was served. Mr. and Mrs. - C. E. Wilson will _en.tertain" the club -Thursday evening. March 28 at their 'home in West--Gfeen- street. ._' " Mr. and Mrs. V. D. M( Grams entei- 'lained the South Side EuchFe cIufTTasf evening at the_ir home i a East Wish- mgton avenue. ·Following, the games luEcheon" \va? served TM PERSONALS. ' ' -" -.Miss Mary STcConiifil) ot Johnston .·ienue x is-vlslttflgr in Ji'-tsburgr "The"b'estrplace, toyshop atter all- : Mr." and Mrs S. C. Whipkey are spending "the day in Pittsburg -- A complete showing of all that is newest and best in this season's millinery at JlcFarland'f. Apple strect. --Adv.--14-3t. Mrs. D. J. Hoover ot East Craivford avenue went to Pittsburg this morn. ing to visit Ser sister Mrs ~W. B. Knolle. Three more days lett yet--Satur- : day, Monday and Tuesday--to buy shoes at Downs''Shoe 'Store- at reduced prices. This sale includes :cvery pair of winter- s-hoes in taeir - store foremen, women and children.-- :: G. S. Connell is at Beechwood. "W. . Va., today on. bluslne.ss ........ '.' You wfll be delighted with the hand- «"~9ome new sprmg"fafirics we" nave on - display. Dave Cohen, Tailor. -- Adv. Miss Emma Prentice and M.iss Hosiline Zearly have returned^ home after a visit, «Uh_fnends in Uniontown.. . . , . . , ___ , A complete" "sltovlng of" all that is R. I. Carl Header of Scottdale enlisted in the Regular Army at the Pittsburg recruiting station. TELL THE BOYS TO KYM8T IS XT.SSA(.K James Goldsboro. of Dawson, writes back to. his parents'that he is gaining ia weight each day and likes camp life. He is in training at Camp Lee, and sends his best wishes to all his friends, .fit is_a.~fine tnlng for the joung men and boys. Tell them to enlist," "he says., . . Economics changes man's activities. As you changre a man's activities you change his Tray of living-, 83 you change his environment you change his state of mtnd. Precept and injunction do not perceptably affect man; but food water, air, clcthins. Bhelter, p'ctures books, music, will ·uid do affect him. CREAM FOR CATARRH OPENS UP NOSTRILS Tells Hor To Get Quick Belief from Head-Colds. It's Splendid! Tlte 3TMa In one miunte yoitr cloggd nostrils will open, the a.r passages ot your head will clear and you can breathe freely. No more La-wimg. snuffling, blowing, hoidache, dryncss. No struggling Cor breath at night, your cold or catarrh w i l l be gone. Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream Balm from your druggibt now. Apply a little of this fragrant, antiseptic, healing cream in your nostrils. It penetrates through every air passage of the head, soothes the inflamed or swollen mucous membrane and relief comes instantly. I t s just file. Don't stay stuffed-up with a cold or nasty catarrh--Relief comes so quickly.--Adv. "SCOTTIMLK TIOT.St - E'OST IS XAKtXKS. Joseph C. Boyle of r.verson; Wil- liarn A Hawthorne and Albert DeSantis of Scottdale enlisted m the United States marines Wednesday m Pitts'burg. FOSSELJLVy BSTESTS f.V RESEKVKS. Erocst Fobselman, son of -Mr. and Mrs. John' J. Fosselraan of ih-e South ^ide, enlisted in the naval reserves and after reporting m Pittsburg (his morning, left for Norfolk- Va., where he w i l l bP stationed. Fosselman la the second son of Mr. aud Mrs. Fofcs«linan to enlist. His brother. Lieutenant Don Fosselman.'ls stationed at Fort Ogletho'rpe. SLACKER TURNS UP Andrea 7iu at Draft Hoard Office to Fill in Questionnaire. Andrea C. 2m of Dickerson Kim appeared at the offices of the chaft newest -and_best. in this season's millinery at McFarland'i. Apple street mg --- Mr and Mrs.- J- for -District No. 5 this rnnrn- to fill in his" questionnaire. ! j4iu has-been listed as a slacker and ". affd "Son. when he appeared thi-, morurag he Harry, of Greensburs are, visiting at th home-of Mrs Boole's parents, Mr Eeasig of Ea~st Craw- and-Mrs. H. fora avenue. Joseph Maust and son,- Billy, have : O T H E R S KMP tbe Iwnily free iron cold* by using ICKSVAPORUE said he had^ ne^er received his blank. - It is'thought that-the activity of the author:-es -in rounding up the slackers m Pittsbuig is u-hat caused him to appear, lie is leaving en a tnp that carries him through that city and he" feared being picked up there. Ziu claimed exemption on being an alien. not an enemy, but he was placed in Class 1-A. A FEW SOUPS AND SALADS. - Soups are economical and will be found roost sustaining, the variety cnn- not he numbered, for new coin bi nations are being discovered eucli day. Giblet Soup. -- Use the feet, neck, pinions and giblets of throe fowls with one pound of finely cut bits of veal and u hnIC a pound- of 1mm. Crack the bones, cut up the giblets tmd ·u-Ith thp meat put all into three qunrta of writer with a bunch of herbs end a pinch of allspice? Keraove the bones, thicken the gravy, season well and serve hot. Other combinations of ment may be used with the giblets and a smaller amount will make a good soup for o family of four. Puree of Vegetables. -- Cut a turnip, a carrot and a potato in thin slices; add to them a few celery tops, a bay leaf, a cupful of tomato and two quarts of liquid In w Men beef has been cooked. Simmer gently for one hnur; press through a fine sieve ; return the mixture to tbe heat, ndcl a tablespoonful of fut rubbed with two tablespoonfuls of flour, sur until ft reaches the hoilinj; -oiut ; add a grated onion, a i teaspoonfai o£ salt and a snltspoonful | of pepper. Serve hot with croutons. This will serve six people at a small I cost If the vegetables have been grown :it home, more if they must be purchased. j Waldorf Salad. -- Cut the tops from j the blossom end of nice red apples, ! scoop out the centers uitlt a sh'irp- i edged teaspoon. Cut the apple in cubes j iind mJi M i tli an equal quantity of cut- j up celery, mix with highly seasoned i mayonnaise, squeeze u little -lemon juice over the apples to keep them from discoloring before adding the dre^sinf;. Bill the cups, set in nests of wa'tercress, and serve. French dressing may be preferred to mayonnaise, depending upon the kind of a meal with which It Is served. INVESTIGATING CASE Arrest of Giovanni Xoio a± Kochestcr to County Detective. County Detective John J. Sm.th has taken up the case of Giovanni Antonio Mo.o, alias Givanni Brancatisnno, who is being held by tlie police at Rochester, N. Y , thought by them to be gii.l- ty of a murder m this county. A letter received yesterday from the Rochester police stt3's that tlie man was arrested tliorc tor vagrancy and had a letter on him from an uncle at Mount Draddock telling him the man he had shot in January, 1917 had d.ed 36 hours later. The letter was given to the county detective aid the Rochester police wired to hold the man until an investigation couid be made He is thought to have either murdered an Italian a! Point Marion or to nave been in the mixup at Dicliersoa Run where three men wejo shot. , MISS W1LJA ODESSA HETRICK. Folio-wing an iHuess of about H weeks. Mii3 Wilda Otiessa Hetrick, 19 years old daughter, of Mr. and Mrs, WJlliam F. Hetrick of South Connellsville, died yesterday afternoon at the family resilience in Painter street. Miss Hetnck was taken to the Mercy | hospital, Piltaburg for an operation. i but after discovering the seriousness of her illness the physicians decided that an operation would »e useless. Later Miss Hetnck returned to her home and 'seemingly, her condition for a ume improved. Funeral Sunday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock f.-om the residence, with Rev. W. J Everhart, pastor of the United Presbyterian church. aib.it.ed by Rev. M. 13. Mc- Laughlm, pastor of the South Con- neltoville Evangelical church officiating. Interment in Hill Giove cemetery Miss Hetnck was born at Dabois, Pa_ and had resided in South Connells- viUy for a number of years. The family moved to Connellsville from. Dubois and after residing here for about a year, located at South Coanellsville m J003. The deceased was graduated from the ConnollsviUe high school, a/ member of thef class of 131". Wlen taken il! she was stenographer for local draft board No. 2. Miss H«tnck was a member of the United Presbyterian church and was held in high es- teeii by her wide circle oX friends. In addition to her parents she ii survived by the to.lowing brolhers and sisters: Dr. D. B. Hetnck, of Ciar- leroi, Harold D., and William F. Jr. Miss Hazel A, Hetnck and Miss Mabells K. Hetnck ail at home Bocknood Jtan III. John M. Wolfcrsbergcr, one of the oldest residents of Rockwood, is seriously ill at his home in East Mam street. Notice. A complete showing of all that is newest and best in this seasons millinery at McFarland's, Apple street --Adv.--14-3t SPRINGER. Rev. G b. C Ricnardson, pastor of j l h e First Methodist Episcopal church, officiated at the funeral of William Spnnger held yesterday afternoon at ·} o'clock/from the home of cousins of the deceased. Misses Louise and Martha Babbage in South Eighth street, "West Side Interment in Chestnut Hill cemetery MRS. THERESA TRENKEfi. Following a two weeks' illness of pputonitis, Mrs Theresa Trenker, 60 yeai s old, one of the best known residents of Dunbar, diod this morning. Funeril Monday morning at 8.30 o clock from the house and at 9 o'clock from the St. Aloysius Catholic church at Dunbar. Deceased is sur-' vived by her husband, Alois Trenker. j and a large family of ch.ldren, mclud- | ing two sons, in tra.nmg at Camp Lee,' Petersburg, Va j WILLIAM ROBINSON. "William H Robinson. 71 years old, diea yestt-iday of pneumonia at tlie home of his niece, MJ-S. William u, at Star Junction He was formerly em-ployed as a section foreman on the Pittsburg Lake Erie railroad but had been retired. The funeral will he held Sunday at 1 SO o'clock from the home of a daughter, Mrs. John Nutt, at Perryopolis with services later in the Methodist Episcopal church. Services will be in charge of the Juniors and Knishxs of Malta lodges of vrhJch he was a member MRS CATHERINE BERRT. Mrs Catherine Berry, 74 years old, widow of Joseph Berry of Scottdale, Jieil yestcrdaj at tlie home of her daughter, Mrs. H. L Jones, at Green^burg, with whom she was visiting. The funeral service w,H be held Saturday at 2 30 o'clock from ihe home. North Broadway,. f WOMEN OF ·Even a simple cold strips and reduces your resistive powers to allow other sickness. Only food--not alcohol or drugs--creates the rich,blood which distributes strength to the body, and the concentrated medicinal food in SERVICE VOLUNTARY Erroneous Report at Scottdalo lle- Ijardliig Enrollment of "Women. Women at Scottdale as "well as in all other parts of "Westmoreland county, will be given an opportunity to voluntarily register for war service on April 5 and 6. Many women are under th,e impression that tbe registration is compulsory and those who register will be drafted into service Such is not the case, it is purely voluntarily on the part of the women. Tho object of registration is to determine thp woman power of the country and to ascertain which women are available for service outside their home and which are not; to place women who can volunteer their services in positions of usefulness in many fields. There is absolutely no truth ID thf rumor floating about Scottdale to iho effect that two women, who registered for war service, were called and one pressed into service against her will. ,Mrs. Adella Chambers. .Mrs. Adelia Chambers, 3S years old wife cf Frank Chambers, died yesterday at her home in Uniontown. , Storax, a species of resinous gum i used In medicine, is no\v being produced In this country from the sweet ^um tree of the tsouth- makes the Lloocl richanc! stimulates its circulation while its tonic virtue enlivens the appaiite and aic!s nutrition to reestablish youi srrsngth quickly and permanently. If you are rundown, anemic or nervous, by all means get §0otf*S Emu/stone It buJ-c!s because it is a food-n ot a stimulant j. n-2i JUDGMENT GIVEN On Thomitsun Jioter. in Fat or of Ban'c in {irreiislrarg. Holde-s nf notes gn f en hy or m- dorspd b J V. Thompson did not rr- Iinquitih their rights to proceed against other mdorsers when they Ue- posited the noteb w.th the Thompson L i e d l ( m b - committee m order to give Thomson time to meet his obijga- terday. when he gave judgment in favor oi tbe Merchants and Farraeifa' Bank of Greenshurg for $10000, ; nd interest against S. TV. Shrader The judgment was founded on five notes Figncd hy Thompson and in- dor'aed to tbe ba'A" by Sbrader NeeJ Help to Pass the Crisis Safe* ly--Proof that Ljdia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Can be Relied Unon. Urbana, III.--"During Change of Life. fn addition to its annoying symptoms, I J ~" had an attack of grippe which lasted all winter and left me in B weakened condition. I felt at times that I would never bewell again. I read of Lydia E. Pinfcbam's V e ge- ,, ta b 1 e Compound and what it did for '-women p a s s i n g through the Change of Lite, so I told my doctor I would try it, I soon began to gain in s t r e n g t h and the annoying -*,,r,i,r.-. s y m p torn B disappeared and your Vegetable Compound has made me a well, strong woman so I do all my own housework. I cannot recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound too highly to women passing through the Change of Life." --MIS.FRANKHENSON, 1316 S. Orchada St., Urbana, III. Women who suffer from nervousness, "heat flashes,*' backache, headaches and "the blues" should try this famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. FOR SKIN ERUPTIONS Nothing heals and clears the skin of infants and children like Sykes Comfort Powder whtch contains harmless antiseptic healing ingredients not found in any other powder. 25c at the VInoI and other drug store; The Comfort Powder Co., Boston, Mass. CONNELLSVILLEMAN'S TROUBLE ARRESTED "The past 4 years I h.ive been going down, down, down \vilh catarrh, of tbe stomach and had to give up work a car ago because of my weakened condition. I suffered terribly from bloaung and colic attacks Alayr's onderful Remedy was recommended to me. I took a course of it aud am now feeling fine." It is a simple, harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the mfiammauoa which causes practically all stomach, Jrver and intestinal ailments, including appendicitis. One dose will convince or money refunded. Jtod) riaimoil. Tbe body of D'agio Ditaho, who was killed Wednesday at Ohiopyle, will be shipped by Funeral Director J i; Con- yesterdaj . af t ernoon . ^lothers Should se that the whole family like at least 3 or 4 doses of a thorough, purifyiDR. «yslem cleaning med- ic'ne tins spr:ng Now is the time. The family vi 1 be healthier, hap' p i o r , and get -_'ong better if the blood I s given a irurough purifying, the stomach and bowels cleaned out, and the gems of winter, accumulated in. the system, driven away. Hollisier's Rocky Mountain Tea i* one of the "*eiy best and purest ppring medicines to take. Get it and see the difference in the whole family. Their color will be better, they'll fee! fine and be well and happy. Connclisville Drug fin Adv.

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