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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, March 22, 1918
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PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONMELLS VTLLB, PA. F'Kl'DX, JttAXMJK az, .'. .Tit. Eatsy"Rosr club met _af..the borac ol. i!ite;Margmrct UnH/liL-Ear-,. «t street Hast ove»das_ . Blook«:Vr,«e kintid-^or^in" aink»ttIazH:e~cover~ KCr^ fieshiiieiiiB.V wer£ sw-rad. :.".Ta6.1nart irieeting' wiil-"b*-'h6ljd~Tt . the Some'.' of Miss. jh«;mi'-'CoiBiai"...." T "~\ r '" " ·"· . .'.' _ ' " . . -- " ~* "· T!w Christian Culture class of the United. preebyteTian church sj-ve tie i.nnoai class supper last night. in tie h,urch dtaing-Topm. _Eastcr flowers ;ra4:.Easter. baskets ware usel as decorations;" making a very ;Kr?ttT".4.*~ pearaa.ce. '- Phonograph numbers ·were" " - day^.ot-''Mrs.; Goljberg ! s 'parents, Mr. aiidVMrs. S. ill 1 podiiin}at ; tne' Yongh House.., ::./':'.;;.v_r;-. : ':;.'.;" .T"" [ '.'Fjn:;'Saie."- ; wiill Taper- janS- paint stOT.e:;-3eo.rfe. A..i*fai*Ie,fe ."West Cra-wtorrd: ETfenTie, "West" Side.--Adv.-- 32-itr;i-::r.'iv'.'·!.''·' - '"' .-".-' p!iy«id":: while 5«rirHC:. : ::: the supperriras .being . of Scottdalc:.deliv-; ere"d'-.*ii ad/Tress on "Christian" Cul-" tnre"""ind Rev.""Evefhart spoke, on; '·Eatiiusiasmr- · The-address of'.-**!- ·cotBe-.Tvas .made By--Miss Mariaret Buski-.""s, -the .president, Mrs. Harry Frar-Vs "gj^P-e on the social- side of the-class ana'the teacher'of the,cl.aEs, ; A-Surprise party was held Charles-J.-SBankjat her home in South .CpnnellsyiTle last ni'shC'"Covers tmti laid for- 18V- A very pleasant evening ^-as.-.spenj^n amusements and mjwiic. · Retreshnients .were served. Many presents :to. be isent Jo Bobert S^ant, a son' noiri'-witbr the- iltteenth En- -ginears somewhere: in France, were presented to .Mrs. Shank, The Golden Kule class ol'the Methodist Episcopal £un~day school held a very enjoyable meeting in the annei last night. After a short business- session conducted bj'' the president, Miss Catherine Slaughter,' a program consisting Vane by Hel Craft,' and Grace -DeBou- and readings by Margaret Strawn, Isabel Nagle and Catherine Slaughter- -,vas rendered. Twenty-two persons wfre present. Refreshments were serveti. INSPECT STREETS Majoi'intd Cily Officials Accomnaniod ' bj Wntir : Company'Men. . Accompanied by-Mayor .John.-Duggan,-Superintendent"of Streets' B. L. Burg and. :Stre«t Commissioner William "McCormick, officials of;the Con- ftleTWnter company,--- Superi'n- tendeiit'.Eamunds and: Engineer Berry 3nspected.-toe :citj 'Streets ' yesterday, looking"over th?...damage '-done by leaking : -water mains."" "·'·· '' The water company o£Qci£.ls ' wefe shown exactly what the ; . escaping ·water.'had done and they. agreed to make, a.;r.eport to the head offices o£ the coapany. iraj-or Eiigean said he attributed nine-tenths of the damage and depressions in the. streets to the .waiu company- .'--'..' , '". ' The" mayor, and. hls'iparty pointed but'tbnt.when a leat developed in the water mains, the water spread beneath -the bricks and undermined them. A good example of this' was shown on- --Fairview avenue -where many-feet of bricks have sunk in, dua to-a bad leak .there sometime ago. FIREMEN TO CANVASS CITY FOR FUND FOR CONVENTION EXPENSES IS They Fall to C*t It Plan is^lo Secwe Carnlfa! ns In the TCBTS . GoneBjv .....-· At a.meeting of the 'West. Side Volunteer Fire Department last night it was decided to make an .effort to raise; the necessary fnnds for,the convention this . year .without holdjng a carnival. The firemen held a special meeting for the purpose of discussing the ques- tionc, and voted to make an attempt to getTthe money through a different channel: thjs'year, although.'their'con- ATB!dTJC EKTEBTAOTreST. Ii. Held-by; Pupils of tie B««r K*n Pnblic School. The pupils of the Bear Rnn school gave a -very interesting entertain- RELIEVED OF FUG, Jary Acts in Case of Man Who Victimized Parents of Soldiers. Removal of*-an American flag from the lapel of Arthur Carson's coat was recommended by a jury yesterday a£- Urnoon in Uniontown in returning a verdict convicting him ol representini ·himself 'to be an authorized agent of the United States government to collect from parents the cost of surgi- ! cal operations' for selected solrtiers at-Camp Lee, Petersburg, Va. The button upon which, was inscribed the Stars and Stripes which Carson had worn during Cbo progress of his trial ·was removed from the lapel ot his coat Jy Deputy Sheriff Owen Moegan in the presence of the jury. He was ttren returned to the county jail. Tes- If enough money to cover the ex-j timony Introduced showed Carson to penses of the uepartment cannot b e l b e an Austrian, raised through subscription tomorrow, no otber attempt to get sufficient funds will be nmde. Practically $800 will be needed by the firemen. The department .expressed itself last^nieht aS not blaming, the. merchants if they did hot subscribe. The firemen believe that'a carnival in the city does not tend to detract business from' mer-i^,^'^" p^^rt wlth a veT y victton is method. jjff'year thai a carnival is the best CONDUCTOR INJIJRED s Vhroyrn Tlolontlr 1»J Em«rg«ncT Application of Brakes. Jud Goldsboro, of Dawsoa, one of the oldest conductors running out of chrfnus and that It is a burden on them to ask for money at the present time, j The department can immediately- complete arrangements to bring one of the largest carnivals on the road here and the contract will be closed if the resuts of tomorrow's canvass are not satisfactory. A committee which wfl] visit ful accident while out on his run, when the crown sheet of the engine j dropped, causing an emergency application- of the brakes. Mr. Goldsboro was' picked up from the floor of the caboose unconscious, ·with his left arm badly cut, bnrtsed and crushed. He was hurried to the " J 6 j hospital and later returned to his business men is Harry Bowers, home. This was his third trrp to the and Robert Swallop. Signatures of I pjttsburg Lake Eric railroad. men wfco promise donations will not BEGGAU GETS FITE BATS b« aaked for, a check or cash will be requested, as in previous eases the firemen have fallen short of amounts needed although it had been subscribed, because Borne "contributors" failed to contribute. This year the firemen expect to have Mayor Dnapan Hands Out Severe Sentence to Backdoor w BniD-~ Begging at back doors on Third and Fourth streets on the West Side got ., they'also expect to pnt board floors ticir terns. reading by Anna Tissue; song, Betsey Hade the Flag." by school; recitation by Wjlma Tissue; reading, Mildred .McNair; sons. ' "Tramp, Tramp, Tramp," by school; recitation by Nina Tissue: song, "Just Be- GREENSBURG TOMORROW H'estmorelaad Coonty Team VVH1 Make Second Appearance Here. The Connellsville high school basketball team will play the Grecnsburg team hore tomorrow aight at the gym. j .Michael Grube five days In the city f morning at 9 o'cloct by Patrolman Rulli. Two other prisoners were given sentences of !S hours each. Doth wera arrested for drunkenness. Homesick for Camp. Sergeant Donald .lonea of Camp Sherman, Ohio, If visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Jones, al Smithfield. His five-day furlough It will be the last game of the season i w i l l explro Sunday. Donald says It quartet, by Tissue boys:'spelling by queries: closing for Me," by school. The Pi Eta Phi cloU gave a vtry "successful-dance at the Colonial Inn audience . duet- H Johnson, Jr.. last evening. About 30 couples, most- n [ 1 Rav lj- of the younger social set attended. aong ..^ Patriotic decorations wern used .mak- ] ' ing a very pretty appearance. A fea- j un , nc m i D n*DTV tore of the dance was a special, the j · HULUj W AK' I A R I I "P. E. P." dance. Lights.were turned intermittently on and off while a 'large flashlight was played over the -heads of-the'dancers. A'number of out-of-town guests were present The dance was the first of a number t» be given by the society. fore the Battle, Mother,", by school; j for the connellsvllle team, with the Us rather her*. He Is ttnx- exception of one yet xo be played o t j i o u s to ge' back in camp. Irwin next Friday. The largest crown of the year is expected to fill the largo gym tomorrow nighy The local team defeated Groens- burg in a previous pamo here winning out in one of the best contests Inuiau He«4l TVomsn Hostess at Bin- of tno 5ason by one P° lat - Thi; Thi? O. N. T, club was entertained yesterday, at the homo of Mrs. Fred W. Neuroth in Park street. All members and one guest were present. The ladies demoted the time to knitting any fancy-wort The n«t meeting irill be at the home of Mi33 Agnes Tippman. ; - - - "- The West Sid* Ntedlwrorkers held their annual winter picnic 7«*itriar at ten home of Mrs. Frank smith. Blaekstone road,.urUVf Sinembers and six. gnests in--attendance. Knitting and 'fancy work occupied, their time until .;the Innch, swrvad picnic -Kyle, was ready. ··-'-· · -·-_ ·; : -" PERSONAL.:. "Rainbow's End," our n*w serial "story, beifins in t-iis issue. It's by Kei Beach.. Bead H. - ( . - . The beat place to shop aft*r all Brqwnell Shoe Co-.~AdT. "JVlisjfts'EtlwI -jntBuilceii and 3ldrei Hopkins are sji«n*nr the day. IE Pltts- burir. ' "- ' Mrs. H. G. Moser if seriously ill at the home of her mother, Mrs. David F. Girard in East Cedar avenue. Mr*. iloser before her marriage was Miss Bertha Girard, * Best in Easter cards, booklets, novelties at Hall's ' Pictnre Store.-Adv.--23-21. . ;/ Why pay $5.50 and $6.00 for waist* when yon can buy as good and if n« better waists at Dunn's for |5.00!-- Ady.-81-.8t.- .;;,.. ' · ' . _ . : ! for. the be»t ami., cheapest repairs. on 1 that'roof,, conductor .or spouting," : s'fe · F. -T. Evans -fiatite.--Adr. "Sec Dunnes. .jSiOp, georgette crepe and crepe-de-clrlDe^waists before buying elsewhere. . Th.ey will, save you ner, Out of the Ordinary. Mrx I. L. Sparks, of Indian Head, entertained a party of friends at a war tUnner. Each , gu*si brought a ! basketful of clothing -for the Belgium j box to be sent from Connollsville Red Cross. After a dinner prepared ac- i cording to Mrs. Spares' roclpe for a · "war 'ianer," the ladies spent a pleas-! ant afternoon visiting and'making ail i needful repairs in the garments given, i Those present were: Mrs. George H. i Craig, Mrs.-W.-B. Ku'hns. Mrs. Edward i Knhns, JJrs. J.-'H.'-imel. Mrs. J. W. ] Gorman, Mrs. .Sarah . Weuel, · Mrs. j Jesee Sleasroan- Jtrs.-Frank-Boring, j Mrs. J. H..Spark5v Mrs/'Albert Stillerr. Jlrs. -William Grim, .Mrs. McKinley Orimand Mi«es Mary.iiilier, Stella! Craig, Margaret Grim and Pearl' Mil- j team has no floor at that place to play a return gsme with the team iind for that reason a second date here is being filled. Saturday fl.ight the team goes to Latrobe. Donate $5 to Red Cross. The Prtscllls SowinET club of Poplar Grove has dop.atwi 15 to the Con- nollsville chuvpter of the Hfd Crow. which was earned iii this mornlns. AntomoliUc TC*eoTor«I. I. F. Moore of Smithfinid has recovered a Ford car stolen from him in tjniontown. it WM found abandoned at Conttnemal No. 1- "A. Hage'r is transacting business in pittsburg Today. _ Again Dunn's havn the greatest v-ftlues in-/ waists ~4n Connellsville.--· ' ~ - - · Misses i-Maa awl'-Mary Bengal .vJs- rted yesterday with friends at Scottdale. Easter cstBs-fcr-our boys in camp at Hall's Picture Store.--Adv.--22-21.. I.yei! .Flechinger and "Wliiiam Jones .are.arteniing a show in Pitiaburg today. ' Don't be ft ready-made roan whftn you can get a cracker-jack suit to your measure at the price of a hand- me-down. Dave Cohen, Tailor.--Adv. A. Goldberg of McKeesport was a guest today of Mr. and lire. S. M. G'-.ndman at^the.-Yough House; · · "Rainbow's End," our new serial 1NSTPTE OPENS Good Attendance «t First Session Held . in the Hitrli school. The. first session of the city institute held at the high school this mcrninc was well attended, virtually every teacher in^the city-school being- prewnt. There was no school in the city today-bn account of the institute. The second session was held this afternoon. All the speakers on the program have arrived and the affair is running smoothly. Don't Have « Double Chin. An Investigator declares that the donbl« cbln can be controlled and very largely mitigated. It depends largely upon the carriage and pose of the head. The. person who has a repeated chin, or Is threatened Witi iM}e,- : should re- _cajl and practice -pr, Edward Everett Bale's famous advice :_'^Jopk^-up, not donm.'.',- . The: ierson who' ; sits, or stands, or walks,-wltb--a;n''^fijct body and Seeps the'cHIn Tip-aitei, 'pan defy tlio creage.aud tpeifatty ridges." tVlfe Seeks·Dlrmrcc^ A 'divorce suit was flied" Thursday in Uniontown by Grace H. Mason against h«r. husband; Jesse E. Mason. . Mrs. Mason asserts ta'at* soe was married in-CnriiberlaBd, .Md.. Januari". 18, 1913, and a"shorl"time"later'her Husband began to .abuse her and finally deserted. The couple had been residing in Dunbar township. j.tory. begins in this Issue, Rox Beac.h. . Read, it . It's by Jlr. andjMrs. J. .CJolSborg and chil- 3ren of Monesscn. jyore quests y.ester- Appointed Supplies. Chairman. Mrs. Edna J. Bresdel has been ap- ointed chairman tf the supplies committee ot the local chapter of the Red Cross to succeed M t a P. R Weiraer. Mrs. vVeinieT wil :vow devote all her time .to inspecrio;.' of work tui-ned in at the local lt°E*-UKrters. I nevJTa! FJc-B.Tis!ies. i The protracted rr.eetjr,s at the Methodist Episcopal clr-ired af Smith- j field: conducted by Rer. IlBlph BeTl, j formerly of. VpjifierMU, is in Jts third P05TTOASTIE5 A Brilliant' Assemblage of Millinery So far as the shape is concernett It is proper to please oneself-high, low, large, small, tailored or .novel--every type is being shown. We present every day a brilliant assemblage of millinery distinctiveness, stylish models'for everybody's satisfactory choosing. Here is Miiiipery Indi viduality A "personal" hat--one that is the exception and not the rule, that appears as if It were expressly designed for you--that kind of hat -ve aim to .show you at all times in the millinery section. The section is full of new hats cleveriy interpreting the present modes in shape, color and trim- mi ugs. Crowds of Beautiful Suits and As the days pass and thejfityles come under the test of those best able to judge, it |i becomes apparent that our sum/Iiing up of the situation as shown by the daily exposition jji of the coming fashions, is corr!|.t. Our fashion sections artfejmaking some notable successes and present daily a great many styles from leading New aTork houses--models which, are confined to this store only hi Connelteville, Ask the person ment we need. We will match our Suits. THE STORE AHEAD;* V29 to 133 ho buys a Dunns suit,--that's all the advertise- styles, quality and price with any one- See w'eek'.'"': There- have si 6ns.' beer. 25 acces- j ' -:..- ScottdaJe B»y Enlists. . Alexander. "I'istija has enlisted as a driver in'the Ambulance Corps and wtl! report at Columbus barracks on Saturday.. He will "oc- sent from there to Florida. I Aaotipr Cmnlwrlajii] rToflding, ! A marriage license was granted in Cumberland yesterday to Burton vV. "Lydick and Miss Ida Coughenour, both : | of Scottdaie. Popular Hits for April!] S03M--Sweet-little Bnttercnp rVerlws Qnartot ' "Be In Bcnrr Pickfn' Tlmp TiOnis Wtnsch, Baritone 2030S--Homeward Bound, Royal Dndmiin nnj Arthnr Fields 76c When the Boys From Dixie Eat the Melon on the Rhine, Bis City Tour 2031-1--I Don't Want to f'et Well, Arthur Fields, Tenor luv. An Old Horse Thnt Enons Mis Way Home, Louis Winscli. Baritone 20313--I.fberty JKoll (Mohr), Peerless Quartet "5c Tlwre's a Million Heroes in K»ch Corner of the U. S. A, (Abrahams), Jioyal Dadmnn, Borltone ·29290--TTailana Waltz (Drowsy Waters), !oc Louise iind Ferern Wniklki Orchestra Sweet lie Ichua (Frnsrance of the lehna Wreath), Irene Grecnus, wftli Louise anil Ferera Walhikl Orchestra 20196--Sin? Lin? Ting (Cobb), One Stop, Tun Kps-Jlanta Dance Orchestra 75c M'h*n the Saxophone Is I'layiiiR, from 'The Grass Widow" (Hlrsch), Medley Fox Trot, Intro: "Dunce Wllli ~MK? Tan Kpps-nanta DoVicc Orchestra Come In and Hear them Played! See This Wonderful Pathephone Outfit ..'·"' ' : \ consisting of-- Pathephone _..,,,. $25.00 Record Cabinet $13.75 Six ·'. floub'le - facgd Pathu Records (12 -selections' of your own choice) $ 3.90 ' Everything for just $42,65 It's the -world's greatest talking machine outfit because it is offered at a wonderfully low price and because it gives you.all the ·music of the world. ' PJaj-s ail Records--Jfo Seedles to Change-Plays Patlie Records with tie fa'mous sapphire ball that never wears out--Cannot wear out the records--The longer you play them the better they get. Pathephone Department--Main Floor. « Councils-Tine's Reliable HOME of QUALITY and SERVICE- ITTSBURG St., CONr'ELLSVfLL!;:. PA. BITTTEEICK PATTERNS. JAMBS DICK. Following a short illness and on account ot his advanced ago Jamesi Dick. 83 years old- father of Mrs. J.i French Kerr, iied at the Kerr hoaiei this morning at 3 o'clock. He had] not teen feeling well for ihc ihreo weeks .and was confined to hi; bed since Tuesday. Short funi services wilt be held from the Her: r88tdcncc toznorrow nigftt at S o'clo. and the body will b'e shiiKped by Pun-' eral Director Cl C. Mitchell to No- Florence. Pa., for interment Services will bo hold from the Bethel Uui ted Presbyterian church at New Flor encc Sunday aftenioon at 1 o'clocii with interment f u the Bethel cemetery 1 James Dick wai born in Mechanics-] burg on November 30, 1S37. He liv most of his life in New Florence, being tbcre 52 years. For tbc past 1 years he has made his home wltfc daughter, Mrs. J. French Karr on Ens'' Fail-view avenue. He was a member] ot the UnJted Presbyterian eliuj-ch al| his life. Deceased is survived by MF. wife, Mrs. Mair Elizabeth. Miwhel Dic-k, tour sons\ and four daughters: They are Elmer E. Dick of. New ence; Samuel M., o£ Wilkiuaburg; Hugh D., of W-s^hingtxjn, D. C.- wlicr he is engaged in governanent scn-ioc; and Lieutenant P. G. Dick of this .city who is in training with the army medical division in Cleveland, 0. This daughters are Mrs. J. W. Shaner o^ Charleskrwa, W. Va., Mrs. Harvey Ko! binson and Mi's. John GilbraiUi of Mow Florence and Mrs. J. French Kerr »£ tils city. * MRS. SAIIAH A. BROCK. Mrs. C. M. Stoner has returned to SPECIAL! COT SACK POTATOES 2H BCSHEI/S, XET, *SJ0. BOWTTTZ MARKET, AVest Side Preparatory to moving from High CONNELLSVILLE MAN SAVES WIFE IN NICK OF TIME "My wife was unable to eat even the lightest food and, had fallen away te a living skelton. She could not even keep doctor's medicine on her stomach and was tortured with pain. On the recommendation of a friend I bought a bottle of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy and she is all right DOR- and has gained forty -jDunds." It is a sin-.Housu in Georges township, the Reil- j plei ));lrmj (, £s preparation that TV-, !y family had just lust week pur-j m o v e s tte catarrbul raucus from the chased tbo Marklo property ;n Uuion- j j^psUnal tract and allays the inflammation which causes practically all stomach- liver and intestinl ailments. town. Deceased is survived by both : er parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Karl of Bamesboro, Pa. In addition to her husband she is also survived by three children, John, Wiliiam and Elizabeth, all at home, John Karl of High House, a brother, survives, ami .also five sisters who are Mrs. S. J. including appendicitis. One dose will convince or money refunded.--Adv. LUMBER GOES THROUGH flD, McRoberts, Ky., Mrs. Edward _, , ,, ,_ , ,,, , ,, arver. Coshocton. N. Y., Mrs. P. A. TlDl! " s From WWr,. State Pass Olasser, and Misses Mildred an\1 Min- llorc °" V "* to TM"Wte- 'nie Karl, the former of BarntVboro .and the latter at Johnstown. scs Carloads of lumber that passed through this city on the Baltimore j Ohio railroad several days ago, bound .VTRS. MARY N. RANKIN _ i f o r tlio ship yards in the east caused Mrs.' Mary N. RanJtin, aged 57 yoarevJ much comment by Iliose who saw Uie idled Thursday morning at her homeVtirabers. Hopwood followinij an illness of She is survived by two laughters. Mrs. JUydia Furnier, Miss Ida Rankin, and one son. Sehvig Kan- Funeral services will be iaturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. held Good wiu-Cnnford. Stella Mae Crawford, da-ughrer al ·fr. Jind Mrs. Aaron Crawford, of | TSerp were about 50 carloads and in most cases it was necessary to use thr^- Hat cars, BO great was the lengi^s of some. Tbe lumber was from Washington and Oregon. About six carloads of ammunition wagons went east yesterday. Miss Florence Nevada Rowen and Sou-Hi Grant street, Unionicwn, andiC-orrell J. Poole, both of this city, for the last two years one of the (were quietly married in Greensburg Bell company's most popular opera- yesterday morning at 11 o'clock at ors and George Francis Goodwin, an mployce of the vVright-Meuler company and one of Uaion;o-,vn's best Try our classified advertisements. Housefurnishers Since 1891. her home here afte? attending Uie funera! of her sister, Mrs. Sarah A. Dawson Brock, 70 years old, at Morristown. N. J.. on March 6. Death occurred on Mach 2. Deceased WHS the widow of Caleb F. Brock, who died in September, 1917. She was born in ConnelJsville but had resided in Mcrristown since her marriage, I; living at that place 52 years. For the past 40 years she had been a member '. of the Baptist church. She is survived by one sor., Charles L. Brock, of New York City, a.nd a daughter, Lillie, at home" MRS. MART E. REILI,Y. Following an operation for appen- ! dicitis at the Uniontown hospital, Mrs. [Mary E. Reilly, 39 years old, wife oJ VWilliam J. Reilly, president of the | Reilly-Callashan Coal Coke com- i panyl died yesterday afternoon at 2.45 , o'clock. Funeral services will be hold j Monday morning at JO o'clock from ! the St. John's Roman Catholic church | at Uniontown. Rev. Father B. P. IKcnna will officiate. Mrs. Reilly was ' one of the most widely known" women Jin Uniontown and had been prominent lor her charitable activities. :nown young men ^ycre married in the ?irst Methodist Episcopal parsonage- Jniontown Thursday rooming al 13 )'clock by Rev. 0. C. Cnrlile. Patronize those who advertise, the home of Hev. S. B, Mase, pastor of the Trinity Reformed church. The wedding came as a surprise to the many friends of vhe young couple who are well known here. The bridegroom is assistant geueral superintendent of the Fayette County Gas company: Miss Rowen is well known among the younger set.. Your troubled, unsettled mind, your inability to concen rate, or your fatigue from ordinary work simply shows you hat the drain on your strength is greater than your system is applying and you need the powerful, nourishing force in t speedily replenish the deficiency and avoid a breakdown, is all nourishment and so skilfully emut sified that it is quickly assimilated without taxing digestion and sets up strength in place of n-eakness, ffo Brags -- No' Alcohol -- Mo Opiates. teett Sense. BtaKfield. X. J. 0^§

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