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PAGE srx. THE DAILY UOTJKlER, OONNE1 /LSVIULE, PA. 'TUESDAY, JANUARY 14,1030. i P E R S O N A L M E N T I O N Mrs. Oatha Ottonberg and Juno, of ScotUtale have returned home after a visit with Mrs. William -F. Iludd of PUtsburg street. Mont people want to bring home tho bacon but we will give you a ham with 11m comlorl and load of coal at the. Mothers' Auxiliary, Boy Scouts, Troop No. o, card party to be -held in the Social Hull of Immaculate Conception Church "Wednesday, January 15th. Admtea ion 60e.--Advertisement. -- Ujanlt. ! Thomas Irwin, employed at Johns- j tmvn, spout the week-end with his family at. tlvn Johnston, ave-nu residence. Mrs. Housfwlto, would you like to havo something new for that gii«et bei ? The Golde Kadio Store are displaying a blanket, hand made- iiuilt and comforts -which will b« given g.t the Mothers' Auxiliary card party.-- Advertisement.--1-ijanU. Jack Penrutl has been confined to his homo In South Ninth street, (ireenwood, since last Tuesday with tonsllitis and grip. Miss Ollvo Adams, a registered nurse at th(» West Penn Hospital, PlttburR, spent the week-end with Dr. and Mrs. L. Dale Johnson of Race street, Mlsr. Adams is a nleco of Mrs. Johnsor. Dr. and Mrn. L. Dale Johnson and family motored to Chalk Hill Sunday and visited Mrs. Johnson's brother, R. O. Bryaon. Miss Dorothy Anderson of East Cedar a v e n u e , who was a patient in Lhe ConnellF.vUle State Houpital tor treatment of a fractured ankle suffered in a fall, ha« been discharged and Is convalescing at her home. Miss Anderson is an rssistant librarian at the Carnegie Kroe Library. It will be some timo lefore she is able- to resume her duties. Mrs. W. V. S. Barne-tte of Uniontown was the euest oE Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Halnen of East Cedar avenue Sunday. Mrs. H. W. Groff of Dunbar and daughier, Jilts. Paul Brinkor of Pleas- ;int U uty, wero Conuel'sville visitors today. Mrs. A. 10 Heraberg of St. Louis is visiting at the hunie o£ her father, Victor Wldniev, of Gibson avenue. Mr. Herzberg, w h o accompanied her here, has gone to Plttsburg ou businCHS. Mrs. ilerzberg will bo remembered by h p r many Connellsville friends as Miss Elsie Widmer. Mrs. Clarence H u m e of Dormoiii, P i t t v b u r s , who has been a patient in the West Venn iloi-pital, Plttsburc', caino to thi home of her parents, Mi. and Mrs. 11 D. Guynn of West Washington a v e n u e Saturday. Mrs. Hume, who w i l l he remembered by her many friends bore as Miss Garnet Guynn, w a s admluad to the hospital on December 3. She underwent an operation and Is recovering nicely. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Zimmerman of S o u t h Pituburg stret !eft yesterday for their winter home at Coral Gables, Via.., when* they will remain u n t i l spring. MRS. MAZIE FOLTZ DIES AT HOSPITAL; FUNERAL THURSDAY ,Mrt. M a r i o Anderson Foltz, 32 years okl, d a u g h - e r of Mr. and Mr«. AY, H. Andernon of Lci.sonrlng No. 1, died at 2 o'clock \Ionduy afternoon at the lloc-hcster. Pa., Hospital, whore- .she had been i p a t i e n t for many wcekfi. In a d d i t i o n lo her paronls, fih-e is fiiir- \ i v o d by i d a u g h t e r , Geraldln«, and t-.vo sistei'fr, Mr.s. 1/ai ry lit trier of J^eis- r;nrinK nni Mrs. Fred A very, at home. Mre. Folltf was w e l l k n o w n in this i u m m u n i t j . Sho was a member of the Daughters of America in Connelle- v i l l e and ,il-?o a member of the First l U i j i i t s t C h u r c h a t Dunbar. The bony w i l l arrive at 7 o'clock 'hir. e v e n i n g and bo taken to the residence- of 'lip p a r e n t s by Funeral Ui- n-ctor (.'. C. M i t c h e l l . The service w i l l lie lu'ld (ii - o'clock Thursday after- iiuon at thvt place, with U-ev. f l , O. C u r r i e r , fuwtor ot' the Baptist Glitirch H D u n h a i , oCliciiitirig. Interment will lie in Mount. A u b u r n Cemeterv. ·Aunt Het wv "Most folks t h o u g h t Emmie Lou looked natural as life, but tturo wasn't nothiu' abqut her Joolted natural to mo except her no«» was turned up." Odd Mows Will Hold Bolster Rally · Thursday On Thursday orenins, January 16, .the Odd Fellows ·£ Fa.y-uUo county and many other p a r i s of Xho State, \\iil ga-tber at Bi'owijvillo for a big booster meeting. Grand Master G-eorge B. McJDowe!' of Pitcnirti and tlsh-frr A. Hall of i'hilnilelphia, grand Kec.ro- Ury, will doUv r addresses, 'hold a school ol' iifclructlon aii'd e x e m p l i f y the unwritten w-irlt of tho order. In connection with tho mooting a short sosr-lon ol' the Gran-d i^odgo oC 1'cnnsylvan-la w i l l be held for tho purpose of udiirtting past giramls to mom'berslvip. Bixwnsviik I. «!ge, the ho.it, JB Die oldest lodgo w »t 'of t'ho mountains and AviU be 300 years old in 1931. The mce-ting -vas nrrainged for tm- der the anspi-ce ol the Past G r a n d s Association oi I'ayette Coun-ty, Such a meeting is In Id Home-where w i t h i n the county eac'i year N o w ofllcers w i l l bo insUilk'i 1 by th association of which J. W. Pr nkoy will be the new p.residenl, r. S. \YOOI|K the now treasurer and W 1 . C h o r p c n n i u g , hold- ovcr secrclaiy. A largo iUtoiidivnc'v Is anticipated. FOREIGN WAR VETS INSTALL OFFICERS; MEET JANUARY 20 AARON FURNITURE MEN HOME FROM STYLE SHOWS iVE. Aaron a n d J K. Oonuelly of t h u Aaron ('tuupany IIUM r u t u i - n e d Irorn L i i i l Cram! Rapids, whore attended t h o i n U l - w i n t e r f u r n i t u r e Ktylo shows, which are the bigge.Mt ex- hill'tions of their k i n d in t h e c o u n t r y . Thoy loporl t h a t deslgnors and Humufaota' - «n-8 mad« a showing, tlio )3ko of ·which ha.'i not seen in Ainer- -ica before. They p » r a o n a l l y selected furitlturo (»f p a r t i c u l a r c l i a i n t , ( j u a l i t y and value, .hat will b l e n d in tlio |IIIKV of ithls vonvmunHy. Shu- Stricken i n . A i r Ride. IAS AXGELES, Jan. 11.--StrieUen while in an airplane, forced to -arth near PaloKlate by adverse weather, Xelma O'Noal, stage and scree-n i-.tnr, wae broug'ht to a r^o« AngeluK lios- pital last ulght f o r un opo ration. N«wly elcoteil officers of \Yaltor K. Brown Poiit, "* frtor.uis of Foreign Wurs, were in. tallc-d at the nw v eting Monday-evenlir at. T h e rooms In NortJi Pittsbnr^ stret . Following; th" installation, l u n c h e o n was sorvod. Tiio Cost, wiil mct -asain on January 20. Tho officers imliiiiU}d f o l l o w s : Thomas A. liiiey, v o n i m a n d c r . A r t h u r Oral, un, senior vico coin- inander. Albert Host 'It, j u n i o r ·vice- 'on\- mander. W i l l i a m Joliuvon. i j n a r l c i ' n i H h l e r . CharlfH (!oo' m a n , c h a p l n l n . J. \. Orator. tru»te^. J. V For i w ; i ! t , a d j u t a n t . Ilerbort. Ki inuiianu! h e r , patriotic instructor. Joseph May, patriotic n i l o n ' a n . Jllchard Htunr-r, a t l u r d . Will turn Stii IM), hi'ii'hiiH. . J«.-ao J o h n s o n and U a r i y H i i i i o p , color bearers. Kp-lso A t k i n IviiKler. C. Fabian, t| iar-er ma.str sergin'(. Joseph Hen ick, sergoanl m a j o r . 1). E). Fosse m a i l . HiiTK^on. Hobcrt K w n l l o p , oflicpr of day. Hert r'rit:h rd, C'arl R-iohlo a n d Honi'T, v J a t H n g - mnirnt(pf\ COMMERCIAL MEN WILL HAVE DIVINER THURSDAY EVENING The- Pay-p-tl' C o u n c i l , !'nttul Commercial Trrtvc'iers, No. 52G, w i l l hold a class night ,uid «pag!iotti d i n n e r 'i'hureday c v e - ' l i i K , J a n u a r y (i, in the lodge room's ,.( I'maiilowti. Tlil« lin- ner In lonuti d by tho f o n n c l l s v l l l o M a c a r o n i Company. , I I . Haker ^ o n ' o f A i t o o i i a , grniKl councilor of I ' e n i i t j y l v a n i a . is e.\pputcl to be in a t t e n d a n c e . I'.iht U r a n d C o u n c i l o r C, I I . I I i r v o y oi J'itlfilnn'g i i n i n r Council'^- Paul C h a r l c r o i a l s o « i l i 1m a n d (i rand K i m m o n s oi p r e s e n t . K i f t e r n of from Connril of Pittcsbura i n i t i a t i o n . The c u i n u s i i l e e is computed limn C. Pore.., Ijcnvreuce C u u e o , S u l l i v a n and Uoburt lie i i f its o f f ",0 V i l l c . T l l O l ' L i v .vill have- c h u i s i c in Specially Selected from the Gardens" In Packets and individual Te«-Bags now learn value i of MAGNESIA. Because II Is so helpful in keeping babies uud children healthy and happy, every mother should k n o w ' a b o u t Phillips Milk of Magnesia. This harmless, almost tasteless preparation is most effective in relieving those symptoms oC habits and children generally caused by iwuring food in the l l t t l a digestive tract, such as sour-belching, f r e q u e n t vomit inp, Cav- eriahnoBs, colic. As a mild laxntivo, it acts gently, but certainly, to open the little bowola in constipation, colds, children's diseases. A, teasponful of Phillips Milk of Magnesia does the work ot hall! a p i n t of lime water i n ' neutralizing cow's milk for infant feeding, and preventing 'hard curds. Its many uses for mother and child are f u l l y explained in tho interesting book "Useful Information.". It wiil be sent you, free. Write Tha Phillips Co., 137 Hudson St., Now York, N. Yi In buying, be aura to' got genuine PhlUlpa Milk of Magnesia. Docl6rs have prescribed it for over 60 years, "Milk of Maguefila"- hns been the U. K. ttegistered Trade Mark of The Cha.-i. H. PhiHipa Chemical Co., and its predecessor, Chas. H. Phlllipn, slpue 1875.--Advertisement. Six Sowing Machines Destroyed By Snydertown Fire Damage estimated at $1,000 was caused at G : 4 5 o'clock this morning \vhi-n f i r e destroyed a barn and six sowing inHchinps owned by Harry f l a a r y a l o n g the Springfield piko, just out-Jde tho city limits. It was believed that sparkn from the chimney of tho Geary home caused tho roy[ oi' tlic barn t i i g n i t e . Mr. G e a r y was said to h a v o been making flre and a short time later tli» bluzo wa , cil-ooveied. It soon got lx v yond c o n t r o l and wlipn tho Kire Beparl- iiiciit arrived on the scene work was c o n c e n t r a t e d to savo I h o barn and o t l i T b u i l d i n g s of H e n r y itidenour as uo!l as other s t r u c t u r e s ou the (ic'iiry premises. Mr. GP;UT, a .sewing m a c h i n o salcs- niii i, liad iecured i l i e six m a c h i n e s on Ira ie-in for n e w machines. LAST CONCRETE POOR FOR BRIDGE AT BELLE VERNON SBLUO VIS UNO .V, J a n . 1-1. Whistles, bells a n d o t h e r sounds of j u b i l a t i o n ctccompaniod iho pouring of (hi last concrete on t h e a b u t m e n t ? and piers at tho P i t t s b n r K Wosl V i r g i n i a Railroad bridse over tlio Mdiioiigalichi Kivor at Hpeer, near here. . iiteel workers, h u y p E n c i u i ; ( h o bin gi.-ders iind other pieces in place (or th" last c o u p l e of we^ks, aru now rcadv lo sMirt out over the river, and the- work w i l l be pushed t h r o u g h the r e m a i n d e r of t h e winter, \ \ h e n o v e r t h e weather w i l l p e r m i t . Good t i m o hi'S been inprte and it is tliouglit herr that (he bridge w i l l be finished In near-record time. The bridge w i l l n?sf on t \ v n eon- i i i l e r i v e r pier-, besides ihe J a n d a b u t m e n t s . EFFIGY SUPPORTS FOR MAIL BOXFS MUSI BE REMOVED' - The Potitoflico has rei.e-ivei instvuc- lioim Crora tile First Assist nl. Posl- rfliistcr"(icncrol thai I he use if cfligicfi or grotesque figiu'es tor the i irposo ot (^recMiiK r u r a l mall boxct on t h e r u r a l routes IB f o r b i d d e n hy I lie Postolllce D e p a r t m e n t , Tils'- f a m i l i a r f i g u r e ot t h e loiifi-iogKed Uncle- Kam ami the comic K l r i p flgur/u ol .IlKgn v v i l l hijvu In d i s a p p e a r froTM t h o . s K i P of (he high- w a y s Insofar as (he nte of t) om m an- plieil lo t h e pupjiosi x of i p h o l d i n g mail boxPH. f j \Vhon Poritmakter W H Belmana was u kited ior hi o p i n i o n ft · such an order being is-oumJ lv 'he Postofllco Dopartinp-nt ho icplic-il: "This outer from the- flop: r t m e n L ifl probably clue* to (he i m p r o t iion most, h i g h w a y t r a v e l e r s havo t i n t HIP- iiso of the familiar figure w h i c h has come to bo known u s ' t h a symbol of U n d o Sam tor the purpose of u r. ads id o at- tractlon'creaU'6 un u n d l g n i f d Impression o£ the character ·whlc* has boen reduced to caricature. The Introduction of comic.supplement Jharactorn serves as an i n c o n t i v e to ( Uitter up the roads (do w i t h arldiffoi al figures w h i c h tend to detract in -nany in- ritancwi f r o m the natural icauty of (ho surrounding c o u n t r y . or a number of years tho department lias "been making' a gre.it effort to oh trinate tlio u n s i g h t l y a p p e a r a n c e of i iral mail boxv«i cunt t h e i r supports, and has made a determined tCiivt to secure the g r o u p i n g of boxes at regmar intervals. "One of the' o u t i s t a n d i n , improvements along this lino w o , mails at Trotter w i t h t h e cooper itlon and under tha direction or Sup rlntendont, Ben ton, Boyrl. where tho i ural boxes were removed from the ma n highway and erected on noat app aring «up- ports and tho g r o u p u n i t i r !. Travol- ors have coninjontid u p o n the excellent, appearance- of I he r u r a boxes an1 t h a i r s u p p o r t s in the C m n o l i e v i l l e territory in comparison t thofie observed in many other rtisti cte." LILLIE MAE 1ARSH ILL ATTENDS SUNDAY SCHOOL 17 YEARS WITHOUT MISS ELKS LODGE KS INSPECTED BY DISTRICT HEAD A.n oliicia! inapoctiou of Conuolls- I.od'go, Bonevol-oii'l Protective Cirdors oC Elkb, was made UisL evening hy boo A. D n o r r oE C i r e u n » b i i r K , dist r i c t deputy grand -exulted rulor, w)io vas ucoornpunip.'i by a delegation of .·-eion from t h o Westmoreland c o u n t y - · c u t . An intorcBting .protji-iun ivdH pr*- ·fwit'ed u,ftor w h i c h liuu:h wa^ served, Kiforle'a 10-piwe oN.-li-e.vtra t u n t i a h c d IIHISIC 1 . Duriiii; tlio brief b u H i n o x s t=ofi.sicn, .iohn M. S t r u h l e W H H elected iniftoa lor t w o ywLTH. About 150 pei'Hons were- in attend- ."iicoanf! i n c l u d e d \ i s i U n . s from Johnst o w n w i l d t i n i o i t t o w u i n a d d i t i o n t o t l i e ( i r r e n s b u r p r party. A c c o n i D a n y i n g Mr i u n - r r were .- .1. .lohnson, \V. H. .MfDonald, U. Shoetx, J o h n .\. Rodgers, .f 1). Ash \V. W. .Tolfries and .,'. Ros« , ' V i U N t Miss L i l l i c Mae AU'rsha of Mi*, and Mrs. B n r t Mars son avenue, n member o U n i t e d Pr pshytorlun Ohm t e n d e d tho clun'cli Sun!a\ 17 consecutive y c i r » w i ' qhsent. K h e w i l l be awa Mls-s Mai'.'.haU slnriDd In day school w h e n she was a h a l f y e a r s old. Slip is no In t h e school. Her sister M i s s M.inlia ord of Ifi c o n s e c u t i v e yc f"CL attendance. Sihi- liari to Sunday f-ch-ool for ahf b u t has bp»n abnent tv S l a v i n g a i i p ' i c l c d n i n e VP m i s s i n g n Sunday llavi Sunday school for trn yc inis.sod lint t h r e e Sundays tha Marshal! is a ho a tc Sunday school. ', daughter i all ot G-ib- tlie First li, has a t school for l o u t beiiiR tied a bar. tteiul Sun- ui. two and v a teacher has a rec- irs OL' jior- been t;olug it IS yoars o Sundays. A record oC irs w i l h o u t ig att-enrted trs she has Miss Marc h e r in the NEWSBOY STRUCK BY AUTOR iOBILE P d l t y i''aiv. In, a lo al nowshoy, was u n i n j i r - e d w h e n ho v as hit by an l u i i o n i o b i i o d i i r p - n bv (.!« rgc Wlttg-on ot JOverson at 15:30 nYU .-k last eve~ nln-K in West C ' r . i w C o r d iveiuw* near l i i e intr-i.-iH ti-fin o: Moarfo v lano. Tho motori'-l picked i p 'fli-e newsboy and took h i m to tho Joniwllsville Slalo l i o s p i t u l where tin examination failed lo disclose any in Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Gave HI r Strength Irini; rosal'ts -v\4ien -placed tu ttie tiol- ·i« »E Th-e "Daily ML Garni el, Pa.--"Aft baby was boru I bad to * and 1 too my in. A I \va wealc d o w; t}ia seem' I arr fourt Lydis V e g poun Groat deal hotter. I am and don't Bet so tlrad ou or work hani. I do hou dressmaking and 1 high the Vegetable Cnmpouiu am willing to answor ai celve asking about it."-BUTTS, 414 S. Market, H r my second ·ork too bard a on my foot oon because disband was 'tar his death ( la sucli a ned and rim- cOTid't t i o n n o t h i n g cl to help me. starting the i bottlo o£ B. Phikham's i t a b l e Com- l and feel a auuh stronger when I -wash. ;ekB6ping and y recommend as a tozilc. I y letters I re- vtBS. GESTBUDK t. Carmel. Pa. 800 Tour Datos Jan. - - 24 Feb. - - 7-21 Mar. - - 14-28 Apr. - - - 8-17 May 9-29 J u n e - 6-18-28 July - - 12-26 Aug. - - .16-30 Sept. - - 1 0 - I f ) Oct. 11 Nov. S Dec. 3 covers nil expenses for lire flnys, f r o m ConneHsrllle. Those not dp-sir Tour n.ay p u r r h a railroad t i c k e t s A'. JO d a y s . T'or Descriptive Booklet or Jtofler- rniions, C o n s u l t Ticket These Tours offer way to v w o n d e r f u l ( ' a p p a l at 1 llallroad, h (ill !)ighl-ae pensss Innl live delighti injr the All : ip reduced n f u i o of .M.KO, Oseorted u 1d;al ilt your National w cost, lei and hie rx- ded for ai days. Kxpensr n n d - t r i p ;ood for ,JOH. P. '1 A. (i. 1. A, 4S8 Union Trust BALTIMORE OHIO RAILROAD N January 2, 1930, more than 340,000 investors, located in every state in the Union and in foreign countries, received checks representing the 207th dividend paid by Cities Service Company on. its Common stock. Total dividends paid in cash and securities on Cities Service Common stock now exceed $117,000,000. Between October 15th and December 15th, 1929, the number of Cities Service Common stockholder* increased by 93,263,-bringing the total to 341,497. More than 600,000 people now own securities of Cities Service Company or its subsidiaries, When you CHWI Cities Service Common stock An investment In Citice Service Company protects you against tiic risk of putting all your egg* In one b.mlcet. Your dividends cqme front the earning!) af Citiis Service subsidiaries spread over 35 states iyul doing a day-and- night huaincaa i \ modern necesi tie»... in electric light and power, irwnu/actured and natural (jns, end petroleum products. you participate in the growth of mis of the largest essential business enterprises in America -- you share in its success and its earnings. If you hui invested $1,000 in Cities Service Common stoc/c on January 1st, 1911 and held all stock dividends, you M Quid have, today, . holdings ivorth $ 54,575. At its present market price and dividend rate your investnnt in Cities Szrvicc Common stock yields over yearly in cash and stock, pay. able monthly. You can learn more about the Cities Service organization by reading the booklet mentioned in the coupon below. Sending for it will place you under no obligation. Wall ©ta^et, KeW York City "Branches in pnv-cipal cities / HK.VKJT I* DOIL-WRTV COMPANY, G r a n t B u n d i n g , r t U a b u i iih, i'n. Send copy of booklet describing the Cities Service organization and the investment possibilities of its securities. Name. Address - H-8 SET tan you see ALL the spots when . , , you do the laundry? The right size bulb properly placed over the tub, will lighten your washday tasks . . . . S»OW E R CO BETTER LIGHT MEANS BETTER LAUNDERING 11. C. i'JUUK COAIi UOJUl'AflY PHOl'UKTY Toemeal Houses Home Sites Factory Sites Farm Lauds Used Macliiuery, Shop Tools, Building and Mine Supplies Much oi the propuriy tor suJo ia advantageously located with ro- apccl to wal«r ?u'i elv-'.rlo i/owoi' aupplles, riiilroud sldiujja a n d paved roads. For f u l l i n f o r m a t i o n )n regard to pricsB and torin.i, a p p l y lb Siipur- iutundeitt ol ueareal Ailuu or tii:ott- daio Otlico. H. C. t'rich Coke Compimy, Soottdale, i'ctinu. 'Adjttsling losses is but one part of StocK Fire Insurance service. Naturally, in the mind of the assured, it looms large when loss occurs. At that time it is the most important process of all. Every day the adjuster meets people who have sustained losses against which they were insured Whether greeted cordially or grufflj, the adjuster must handle his problem \vith tact and fairness. The reputation of hit company goes with him into every case. A Million Fire Loss Reports Nearly a million reports of fire loss are filed annunlly with the Stock Fire Insiiratjce comp.inies, 'Of the claims arising from these reports, more than 99 percent are adjusted without resort to litigation; a splendid trihtiie to the fairness of the contracting parties -- the public and the fire insnraBce companies. The valne of good will in the adjusting of losses is as much appreciated by the Stock Fire Insurance companies as it is in dio acquisition of business. FuJblic Confidence The records afford ample evidence of the sincere purpose of adjusters to settle claims in keeping with tie rights of aD concerned. To the fair dealing of its adjusters Stock Fire Insurance owes a large measure of the publ.c confidence which it eujoya. T H E N A T I O N A L B O A « D O F T 1 H K U N D E R W R I T E II S 85 J o h n Sls-oot, New York A NATIONAL OBCANIXATIOW OF STOCK FlllE rNSUfUNCK COMPANIES ESTABLISH?!) IN 1WG PATRONIZE THOSE W H O jUYEKTiSE Of THE COUKLER, OJR CLASSIFBED ASS

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