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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, March 19, 1918
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THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILU3, PA. TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 1918. I ': is?--: " 3tr. aad Mrs. Harmon Hay .gave I wood. The - attending physician Has £a jiretHly appointed 'family dinner- Sat- advised her parentsrto keep her out -yiriky Blght---at their' home in'-Tenth of school the remainder of the sea- "· -- - - - 'Weet^Ude/; In "honor of their i "~ , who enlisted In the"^ motor mechanics department, and left ·'--Ssrnrday night Jor.San'-Antonio.-Tex. _,CWt of tbwn'.£Uests:were Mr. and'Sirs. -'.'I TntHam .Tllcer "of"Cu-inecjie and Mrs.: ~" f Banting and ta.ushter.. Miaa. of Edward . Hart, who is employed in Wttsburg, spent Sunday with -his .fam- ' · Ti» regular meeting, ot thie AVoran's ·_Gnild_f the-Trinity' --3»lIFje heto tomorrow evening; it 7T3* ^-o'clock-at the horn* of Mrs. Charles . ^'Welsgerbar, 1119 Vine street*. All members are requested to attend. give np and go to the health resort. .The.regular meeting ot the Woman's :':- r Mri-pred : N*Tiroth»inenteTtaln'the TJanefit association of the Maccabees . ·'.: O. N. T. Fancywork club ThTiraday af- -«;" ternoon at her home in Park street, '·-_·· InalMMl ot We*iSklay--.aft*roooii a* ;;7 previously aanoinu:e4 " '"· "'.' - '.::;., The Daughtersof America JJnlt to ::: the Red Cross TrBl'nieet-taiBerTOW al"^", ternooD at 2 o'clock at the home of TK llreC. 3L ily;' Hart and baby .will go to ·Pittsburg; rxi March 31 to "reside. M3ss Evelyn Goldstorie 'is '.visiting her-sister, Mrs. Harry Jllller, at Bur- gcttstown. . ' ' · ' " ' · ·jSlra.;;J. MeMn Grey ; and niece. Louisa.; Soj3son,- are spending a few weeks; at Cambridge-Springs. Although-deep, in the work" of the Charleston -Comforts branch of the Navy League, Mrs. Grey .was compelled to will be heM tonight in Maoeabee hall. FffiSf JUROR IS SECURED IN UNDLEY TRIAL ::: ^'Solomon J. Heiniaugh, a former] Coiu«u«a-from . ·;; -well Jmoirn resident of Somtraet · - - -- - ;;; conaty, celebrated hl»-66 birthday Snn- ;- : d»y at th« home of hk'diujhteri' .;;; H. S. Black in Unjoanywn-- · - ' " ·~,^~. . Aiboat nine members. pf_ the Kjiit ;'; «nd "Win Unit to the CbjaileBtci Com:: : forts Broach, ot the Navy League m«t · J:! last.evening at the'home o* JCrs. Ed- ''-" wardS-weeney In Eighth 1 street, Green- John Kane, cleric, of Dunbar township, was "excused because o£ con- ·scientibus scruples. -For the reason that he was an acquaintance of the defendant, W. A. Bishop of ConnellsTille was not accepted. The commonwealth challenged B. O. Plesher of Dunbar township ifter he had been accepted by the defense. - " ' Miss Helen Shaw will entertain tho '· - '· H. S. O.Tdasa of the First Methodist : : Episccpal-Suntoy · ; "- eveiins « her' - - iord aveniie. ; Thursday ~i~ Tbne new' stars have been added ; : ; to tie .Krst Pfesbyterian church ser"." vice flag' in, honor of James -Donald " Held, who- has t- aviation . wood' aad spent the evening Smitting j W. A. C. Wiltrqot of Brownfield was for the sailors. ' {not opposed to capital punishment and was accepted by the commonwealth but the defense challenged. . .Robert Carter of Uniontown said he had a fixed'; .opinion which would take a lot-'of «Tidence to remove. He. was challenged.' ' Then came Haggerty. the first, man accepted. . Neither "friendship, fear nor favor" would prevent A.* Dobberatein of North : Union township from rendering a verdict" according to the evidence, he said. He was not to tbe liking of counsel for the commonwealth, though the defense accepted him. GftO. Eicher- 66.years old, ot Upper Tyrone township; said he was'not opposed to the death penalty, hnt tlld not care to be on a jury which would condemn a man to the electric chair, Ee was excused. . . Nicholas Simon, stable boss, of 0unbar township, was excnsed" because"-of conscientious scruples. So also was Joseph Goodwin of German township, and 'for the same reason J. 0. Saxman ot North Union township was challenged. «lgnal corps. Military School of Aero".'.. nautlcs, PriBceton, N'. J.; Dr.. Don '.'.'. rossclman. atatjoned -at Camp Greeni j r J«*f, Fort Oxletborpe, G*., and Ernest I.:- John Foaselman, who has joined tbe and is located at Norfolk; Va. · ; - The regular business meeting of '-.'-'· the TF. A. Bdie Bible class of the First "·"' Presbyterian church was. held yestsr- ·;; day evening in the church. The en- * - tertaimnent committee was composed --* of T; ;·. -Hooper.-L. -L. West. C; I\ ::.,, Birst. J. M. Cecil and TT. W. - · -.'.: ; -fMrs. A. D. Soissou and Mrs. George '.'-.iJL. Marietta entertained at a.5-o'clock -"" tea !*st evening "at the "borne of the '·- firmer in East Crawford aveaue. The *-- affair was one in. a chain being given ;;; by the Young Ladies',Circle of thi^ ·;: Christian church. Sixteen young Ifc^ ;;; fies were-present. . :~: Dr.' Katherlne "Wakefield will enter-?.: tain the'Friday. Afternoon Bridge '.": 'Whist clfcb.FrMay afternoon, at her -"·· home in East Crawford avenue. FAYETTE TO SEND 367 MEN IN NEXT DRAFT, APRIL 3-5 Continue^ '-om organization wilt be at o oit«. tbo armory every evening this wee* to receive enlistments. Harry Restofskl. a woll' known young man of 1he city, has been selected as lieutenant. ALBERT A. NBWiBOLD. Following a lingering illness Albert A. Newbold, 63 years old, one of thu best known residents ot the West Side, ilad a carpenter at tbe West Penn car barns for 10 years- died last evouina at 8 o'clock at the family residence an the corner ot Leisenring avonije and Tenth street. Mr. Now-bold ball been j ill for the past t'o years. I About three months ago he was admitted to the Mercy bospttaL, Ptttsfcturs, Where il was discovered that his condition would not be benefitted by an operation. Short funeral services will be . · ,, , . held this evening from the house, with youth, has enlisted in ha United fev _ _,_ g _ showers . tor Q[ ^ Un ,_ States.Cavalry at the Umpntown re- Brethren church onjc i at i ns . To _ ciuiting.station and will leave Thurs- ' day for Columbus, Ohio. There lie will".receive- tie final examinations and then go Into training. "Mr. Gcnot w»s born and reared at Trotter.'-" TROTTER TOUAG MAN ESL1STS J3f' CATA1B7 Peter J. Geaot. well known Trotter TJlCHWTOTrS SOtBDEK DIES AT CAST XKRRITT morrow morning at'7:22 o'clock the body will be shipped over the Peon- sylvajiia railroad by Funeral Director J. E. Suns to Geneva, the Jormor home ot tie deceased, for interment. The body will be removed to the home of a sister of the deceased, Mrs. .Mae Selcy. where it will be kept until Thursday Leo MoNally of Uniontown. who has | morning at 11 o'clock when it will he been at Camp Mcrritt awaiting embarkation for overseas, dfcd Sumtar taken to the old brick for services. Interment In tie Genera ,McN»My, - who was a Uniontown pharmacist, enlisted In a hospital unit. In his death T3niontown has suffered its second war loss. Aotonio Potoliyo was killed in Italy in the campaign of February Ml 7 - · · - » BASIL SOISSOS" IS . OFF FOB CAPITA!,. Attorney Basil J. Soisson, who enlisted in the ordnance department, accompanied by Mrs. Soisson,. left last night for Washington, D. C., where he will bo located. Mrs. Soisson wil! also remiiin in Washington. CAM? £BG BOOKIES TAJUHK LOSG HIKES. With full marching equipment weighing 57 pounds per man. the first battalion of the 319th Infantry at Camp Lee, to which many draftees from ection arc assignedv was TO HAVE BANQUET Sunday School Class of Cochran fern- · urial Church to. Dine Tonight. ,, .The Hobab Class of the .Cochran Memorial-church of Dawson wil! hold a banquet at the Dickerson Run V. -M. C.'A. tonight for the purpose of a social get-together meeting. -It Is expected that about 50 guests Mrs. W. P. Clark, was leader of a win be present. Mrs. Sarah B. Coch- atternpon folloiring an illness of I cemetery. Mr. Newbold. was born at pneumonia- His wtfe was with him I Geneva, Pa.. July 21, 1865, a son of when death caine. . . ! Squire and Mntty JJewtwld. His early life was spent tn Crawford county, j About 43 years ago he married Miss 1 Emily Ross of Crawford county. To j the union six children, were .bora, five ! surviving as follows: Mrs. T. J. Sal- ! iivan of Manor; Mrs. O. C. HerroW of j Youngwood; Mrs. Ina .Miller ax home; S. '£, Nowbold of Mechauicstown, 0., and Charles' NowioW of Greensburg. In addition to bis widow and children ; four sisters, .Mrs. Joseph Mallery of Bear Lake; Mrs. MaoSelcy. ot Geneva; ·Mrs. Battle Bjomley of AaStabula, 0.; Mrs. Clara H»zen of Atlantic, Pa., one brother Harry Newbold of WiMer, Kan., and one half brother- Baritlia Newlxild. of Northeast, Pa., also survives. For some time Mr. Newbold was In tbe gold mining business in North Carolina, Later he moved to Uniontown. residing there for about a year. About ten years ago the tamily moved from Uniontown to Connells- vilJe, residing here since. Mr. New- boW was widery and favorably known. He became converted about three moirthe ago. ALBERT OUVBR LANDBKBERGBK. Albert Oliver Landenberger, 45 years old, died taat night at 11 o'clock at his home to East Connelisville following a lingering illness of complication of diseases. Mr. Landenberger was an invalid for five years. Funeral ' Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the tamily residence, with Rev. H. A. Baum, pivstor of the Cocbran Memorial Methodist church at Dawson, ol which the deceased was a member, officiating. Interment in Hill Grove cemetery. Deceased was born at Dawson, April 5, 1873, a son of William and Elizabeth Overboil Landenberger. He married Miss Nevada Kimznel of Dawson, who with three children, Mrs. C. W. Evans ot Uniontown; Mrs. Lyda Brown of Con- nellsvjlle, and Ernest Landenberger, at home; two brothers, John Landenberger of Scottdale; Henry Landeti- Dawson; and two sisters, vive. Mr. Landenberger was a rao- given a H-mile hike yesterday under 'conditions similar to a march through '» hostile country. , The men carried thetr rations, each! cooking ''his, own meal. Only one man was unable to stand the test. Today 'the same unit iz taking a. 16-mile hike. KOBE BOTS AB£ HOME OX FtTKLOCGHS. Thomas C? O r Donnell ot Emerson, land Raymond Maloy of Scottdale, have arrived home from Augusta, Ga., lor Camp Hancock- 10-day furlmish. ON DDTT AT KARKLBTOS. First Lieutenant Harry B. Unger of Someriet, attached to the sanitary corps, national army, has been transferred from Battle. Creek, Mich., to ft.e Markleton sanatorium, recently taken over by the government, for duty as a medical supply and property Bfflcer. DON CAHPBtTLT, ATtRTTES A letter received from Don Camp;- I"^ 86 ^' --. Epleodid Drogi-am oa "Literature Day'7 '::. rendered at tie semi-monthly meeting ;: · c*f the "Woman's Culture club heM yes-. ;;-.terctay acternopn at the home of Mrs. ;iE:B.:BcSauth fa 'Patterson avenue. The instructive papers were fol- ·'- ..taws: ···3'he.itodera,Novel.: and the Old," ifrs. Davis; "The New Poeiry," ran will be an honor guest. GA.XX TO"K;nT. ted States, says that he is safe "Somewhere in England." He doesi not ,,. state when he arrived there but says j ;"° e ,f s that although it was a little "rocky" the Srst few days out he (iW not get seasick. Campbell says be likes it in England; and Mpects to see some more of the boys n-ith him'sooi The letter was sent to BdrwarJ Tip- . , ping of tit- West Side, who is now in ' faOT near Droa1 Pord . v "" toko P' ac!! training in Fort Omaha at Omaha, I Thursday afternoon at 1.30 o'clock "y Boyts, Por- 'MISS ROSE WIGGINS. The funeral ot Miss Rose Wiggins, who died yesterday morning at the family residence on the Henry Clay -.' i . « . , . -t Misa By ere: 'The Urtle Theater Move- I w -. "iiaif"-.- prepared' 'by Mrs."' Francta I « Inter-Class Teams Will I'laj- at Con- nellsvillc High School. TTwo.girls'.same played be- inter-class teams at the -high Nebraska. ho ' The first game, will Wright-and read-bv Mrs. Warren L. be played.betwecu-.tte Freshman'and V^rSt- "Uteraturc .arid th« war", Sophomore B lrls and the second will -r ^fw. O Schoonover.'. The ..nest ! ^ """" h """ 1 " n ""' 1 """"= ""^ "" f : meeting'will be'held Monday after- "-'· BOOO. April 1, at 'the home of :Mrs. *: Edna Johnston Brendel in Souat Pitte, ^ burg. street. A program_ on April's -..will be rendered. ; [ the Juniors and the Seniors. There' Is much rivalry between" the class teams of tbe girls and they rank about even. Tonight's games will .probably settle all questions of superiority. ,,. - - . , PEKSOIIALS.. .--Mrs. Paul W.etherell' and danghter, J»ne have McKeesport to visit the" "fo'rmeVVsister, Mrs. Jaraes Rob" ' · Mrs. Katherine Fagan of the West Side left this. morning for Weston. "W. "vi." to ''visit her sister, Miss Sallie SicGaiy. ; The best .placebo shop _ after, all. Erownell Shoe Co.-- Adv. ' Mrs. Ellis B. Burgess left this morn". Ing for Philadelphia, where she' was '. summoned bv the death ot her broth- ier. J. Frank BrtnkeripS. · · ' ' Mrs. T. E. Miller of Race street is : visiting relatives in Cumherhmd. . ' - Mrs. J. M. Reid of. W.est 'Peach. -street left this morning for .Atlantic -City. Later she will be joTncd By her - danghter, Miss Gertrude R'eW. who is : visiting to Washington, D. C. Mrs. - Tnnk Huston of Unontown, who has :*««n the^guest of her sister, Mrs. JJtHd, returned home .this morning. ". Ton will never get here cheap, shod' 4T fabrics or the slip-shod, slap-to'. gether wortananshjp of otncr sorcall- '-tA tailors. Dave Cohen, Tailor.-- Adv.; Mr., and Mrs. "William of Du- ,roe«n*L aad Mra^.Reclding Eimting-and- 'daajhter," Miss ..Saline, -.of Pittsburg, '. returned, '.home ..last .evening* aftcr_ a ; visit, --with Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Hay :of Tenth" 'street. West "Side, 'parents .of Mrs, Bunting and Mrs. Filcer. : Mrs. Thomas Courtney will leave "-Friday night for Camp Lee, Peters.'burg, Va., to spend two weeks with 'b«r hnshand, Sergeant Major Conn;- : ney. . Helen Margaret Mayfield, daiaghU-r 'ot Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Mayfield, is 111. -mi her home in Morrell avenue. Green- . Infant .Me*. An infant daughter of Franlc. and "Cora 'Earnhart Fagan o f ' Fairmont, died Sunday morning about five hours after its birth.. The body was brought to Connellsvllle- yesterday morning and removed by FuiieTal D'irec^r.i^ Charles C. Mitchell to Hill Grove cemetery-for interment Deceased was a grandchild ot Mrs. Sarah Barnhart of TV'est layette street.; - -,; Tirst Boy Don. ^ A ba*y boy was born ' yesteroay monring at the home otf -Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Gaal at their North Pittsburg street. home; Before her marriage Mrs. Gaal was Cora Estelie Sisley. The father, is a Baltimore Ohio conductor. ··" The boy is the first child in the family. ENLARGEMENT OF DICKERSON RUN T IS PROBABLE TanderWK Gtrls Nixon entertained at her home at Faircnance in honor of her guests. Miss Lilburn Reed and Miss Freda "STrisht of Vanderbili A daint- ily'appointed'luncheon, at which covers for nine Iwere laid, was served. Patrons?. Patrons*··-week. Is be'injj observed."in tbe Dawson -- schools- !on Tuesday, "Wednesday 'and ' .Thursday ot this ' N EURALGIA · For quick · ^ , Jtcsigns PosiSon. Frank Van Horn has resigned bis position aa night billing clerk at tbe I5ickersoii..Run scales.. He ,is succeeded by A: V. Mong-. UeriTSl Cloees. The United Brethren revival closed Snnflay evening witll a total ot four professions of faith. ' Conlinued trom FOK« One- board of'management of the association. ' Practically all committecmen were In 'attendance. - Following tbe meeticg lunch was served. Committees wore organized as follows: Board of Management--H. M. McDonald, chairrjian; J. L:-Thomas, secretary; R. D. Henry, treasurer; J. F. Black. T. D. Schuyler, J. W. Haney, J. K. Evans, . G. C. Collins, M. E. Strawn, J. W. Harrison and Joseph Snyder. Heligious - and Educational-^-Dr. H. J. Bell, chairman; Mrs. Sarah B. Cochran, vice chairman; R. K. Smith, secretary, and Rov. H.. A. Baum, treasurer. House--M. E. Strawn, chairman; Joseph Snyder. secretary. Membership--W. B. Beeaon, chairman; J, TV. Haney, vice.chairman; T. D. Schuyler, secretary. Music--C. C. Collins, chairman, Mrs. H. A. Baum, vice chairman; Miss Grace Schuyler, secretary; Mrs. J. H. Hazlett, treasurer. Entertainment--J. L. . Thomas, chairman; R. A. Neville, vice chairman; Georgo "E. Moore, secretary and treasurer. .Physical Culture--J. Allen Crawford, chairman; Joseph Robinson, vice chairman; A. E. Knight, secretary; C. K. 'Shallenherger, treasurer. Dab* is 'Baptized. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Wood' and children of Hazel^ood are in town to call on friends and relatives. Their baby girl, three months olfl, being very sick of pneumonia, was baptized last night by Rev. George Dietz, The babe's great grandmother, .Mrs. Sophia Krob and her son, Louis Krob, acted as sponsors. ; .' Irom the house, -with Rev. I. A. Barnes, pastor of the Methodist Protestant church at Broad Ford officiating. Iiuerment in Hill Grove cemetery. Deceased was 21 years old, aad wait a daughter of Samuel and .tane Pazenbaker Wiggins. Death was clue to heart trouble. Miss Wiggins was a member of the Methodist Protest.-mt church at Broad Ford, and of the Red CroRF,. , In addit.inn to her parents she is survived .by t w o brothers, Bennie and Edward Wigglnn, and five Bisters, Sarah. Christina, Mary, Cecelia and Catherine Wiggins, all at home. CLARK RANDALL WHITE. Clark Raudall White, two years old. infant son of Mr. and .Mrs. Clark White of Dunbar, died yesterday morning of pneumonia. Funeral to- morrott" afternoon at 2 o'clock from the family residence with Rev. Darnell officiating. Interment in Mount Auburn cemetery. The child's father Is assistant to the general manager ot the American Manganese company at Dunbar. .MONTE1TH. DeLaine Montoith, two year old son ot Mr. and Mrs. John Monteith .of near SmlttnTetd, died yesterday afternoon following an illness of pneumonia. Funeral from the house to-1 morrow afternoon at 2 o'clock, with Rev. Ralph Bell of Smithfleld officiating. DOROTHY JEAN MacMILLAN.. Dorothy Jean MacMlllan, daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. Charles D. MacMUlan of SeotMale, died Sunday morning. .Funeral services will be held this evening at 8 o'clock from the family residence in Marker street. Private interment tomorrow morning, ·JOSEPH E. DILLINGBR., Joseph E. DUlinger, 81 years old, a veteran of the Civil War, died last evening at" his home In JJniontown. Funera! Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. ! w i t h - tery. .in -New. Geneva ceme- Buying Goods. Alfred J. Kobacker has gone to New York to buy goods for Kobackcr's store. . . . - Chilli Seriously HI. Little Mary Belle Doyle, daughter of Mrs. :Mary Doyle of Cherry Lane, East Park, who has been ill. was reported much, worse today.. Hunting Bargains ? You will find them in our ad, columns. FURNITURE RUGS STOVES "The Big Store Near Tbe Bridge/ 154-I5S West Crawford AvcDiie.Sucocssors Leonard Furniture Co. ATTHE AND SAVE MONEY Every piece of furniture at the New Store is marked at money-saving introductory prices to get you acquainted with us and our progressive methods. These prices are in plaJn figures for all to read emphasise--this is a one price store. Nothing is marked here witi the view of dickering. We believe this policy to be the only honest method of doing business and ask your trade on this score., Newest Ideas In Duof ol See Our Stftet Floor Display Golden Oafe, Fumed Oak, Mahogany Clever indeed are the 1918 ideas in Duofold Suites and. Davenports. See Cor.nells ville's most up-to-date showing at the New Store. All woods and coverings represented i. a wide variety of styles. S«e Our Special Dnofold Suites, Kocker, Chair MO" Davenport, at _.,,-....._ _ ZIMMERMAN WILD CO. Are Exclusive Agents for the STRADIVARA PHONOGRAPH So many superlatives are used in the description of the various phonographs that all vre ask for the Stradi- vara is for you to hear it. The instrument speaks for itself. All styles and prices. The Only Furniture Store in Connellsville That Gives S. H. ( Green Trading Stamps. Ask For Them. We Are Exclusive Agents for the Famous Sellers "Kitcheneed" See the new models just received--the styles particularly that have the full size flour bin, that lowers to tbe floor for filling. This and many other features are ex- ixmsive with the Sellers. See Our Special at $29.50 Doyoiieverfeave; OFFICIAL HOUSEHOLDER'S FLOUR REPORT ifee^blues"? That discouraged feeling often comes from a disordered stomach, or an inactive liver. Get your digestion in shape and the bile acting properly--then the "blues" wil disappear. You will soon be cheerful, if you take the people's remedy for life's common ailments. They act thoroughly on the stomach, liver and bowels, and soon regulate and strengthen these important organs. Purely vegetable--contain no harmful drugs. Whenever y.ou feel despondent a few doses will Make Things WRITE CAREFULLY. No householder is permitted to purchase over 45 pounds of wheat flonr nor to have more than 30 days' supply. Every householder mast report immediately (on this form) to their County Pood Administrator. Mako report of all wheat flour on hand whether H is excess or not and urge on your neighbors the Importance and necessity of making this report prompt- · IT. Number In household aoulte, ., children under 12. Wheat flour on hand (all flour containing any wheat) .....3bs. Thirty days' requirements (wben used with substitutes according to 50-50 regulation) Ibs. t agree to hold my excess subject to the order of tbe United States Fool A 3 mln i y trutic a. Name * ,. ...,, Poatof3ce ..... Street and No. or R. F. D Maximum penalty for hoarding is $5.000.00 fine and (wo years :'mprls. onment. These blanks will not lie distributed. Tou must fill in yonr own blank and mail or deliver it to your County Pood Administrator. An tin- nicdlite report will avoid possibility.of search and prosecatlon. HOWARD HSTNZ. Federal Food Administrator for Pennsylvania. Send Report to ,, ' Charles L. Davidson, Unloutoivn, Pa, Federal Food Administrator for Fayed* County. 3!« of Anr Medieino in the WorU. SoM ar«y wt»r«. In Ixutoa, lOi^, 2Sc. TWO GAMES TONIGHT Ciiy Loognc Teams Will Clash at Jtf nc« ' D El N K:i H A B I T Patronize those who adnitlije.. Two Given Hcitrintrs. Two prisoners were given' hearings at police court.this morning. One man paida'jS.ottflne'aii'd'.thc other'got two dan on the streets. . WHEN CHILDREN CfiY OUT Ami ar« feveriali »nil don't Bleep M-cll.Bro conel!- pated and hrc e vrnptoms of worntf, mothers will find qaick.rdtuf in MoiherOrar'aSweci Powder* far Children, tlie etaada'fd remedy (or 30 yearn. Theyars aiay to give nnd-childr«i Hko thepa. Th«j* elcaune tbo stomach, act gently on the bow- *l«»nd bifskupcold*. Eeliove betdactieB and teething tllaiitrter?, V.*«hsTe 10,OPO lesdiponlnte. . ' A double city league contest will he taged at the Maecabee hall tonight at ! 7:45 o'clock. Instead of playing a! ' preUaiiuary the league is puling on j f.*,vo big games. The first \vil! be played boUvcen the Elite and the Bai- iiiuore Ohio clerks. It will be£riu a t ' 7;45 o'clock. | Tne sacoad game will be beiKeeii ;' ihe Garago and the ilaccabo k es. Il will ! be playod immeniately after the first i , contest is ended. The league is stag- j i ing the tu'o games to aticao! a bi? 1 crowd and finish the season success- · fuiiy fiBancially. HOMK TRKATMEXT Thousands (if wive.-;, mothers and sisters are eulhmihi.sUi: in their praise of Orrino. boi-:ut.-v*' il li.'is rolicvf^d Uieir loved onrr. of Uif "frinfc Habit" Can be ^ivcn ^m-riMi.v. Gauranu^a. Orriue is im-p.'imt hi [wo 1'orms: No. 1, SPCTPI t r v i i t n i f u i ; Orrine No. 2, tlu! v o l t i n t u r y ircanncin, Costa only 51.00 a bin. Ask for booklet. CO'NKiiI.SriU.H Dlll'ti CO- ^ - ' - OrT t Bwe«i fovrdetfl for Children, it Try oor classified advertisements. Want Ads. Ic a Word.?, EVERYTHING COOKED LIKE AT HOME. Strictly Fresl), Clean and Pure. ASK FOR OUR SPECIAL CLUB BREAFAST AXD SUNDAY DIN.N'EH. "Our Pastries Are Delicious Because They Are Homemade." NEXT DOOR TO WEST PENN WAITING ROOM. ' Patonize Home Merchants : Who Advertise ia This Panei

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