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PAGE TWO. jHB DAILY COURIER, CONNEIJbSYILLE, PA. i'HURSnAY, JANUARY 16, 1030. TORE T H A -201) UCK8TM ATTEND JttJJfKlflT CARD PARTY An outstanding fco-cl il event of the ·neek was a benefit card party given last night by the Mothers AuxUary to ,Troo«p 3, Boy Sop.ntiS--of -Ah-e Immaculate Conception Church, The affair was held la tho social room of live churc-h and the arrangements were pwfoct in every detill. Two hundred thirty guests \vere present iiul spent the evening at bililge, IHe hundred and btago. Following th" sam«i prizes wore ·awarded to tho f jlUnvim;: High briclgo priae, haml-mrlo oomJort, Miss Cecelia frlel; faecond, load of coal, Miss Margaret Harrigan; third, card table, Mrs. F. \V. Trondte; high five hundred "prize, hand-matte comfort, Mr 1 *. Margaret Smythe; second, Load of coal, Ktv. S. Moravek; Hilrd, caid ta1)lp, Mrs. M. Wlugrove; high blugo prize, hand miuio quilt James Donvir; second, load O-f coal, Miss Mary Smith; third, card tablo, Miss Elizabeth Boucher. A hand made quilt sold by the auxll'ary was received by MTS, James DeOro, i blanket, ly Mrs. Margaret Doe-rfUv and a hain, by James K. Sleholl. The door pr'zo, au end tablo, waq won by Thomas Slkora. Tho party will be remembered as a most enjoyable event. S, S. OFFICERS AND TEACHERS INSTRUCTED IN THEIR WORK The teachers and offlceis of tho First Methodist Protestant Sunday School met Ust night at the church at the close of the regular prayer service. T. II. Means, superintendent oi' the Sunday school, presided. Plau.s for the year were discussed and all officers were* given insU notions regarding their work. A teacher training class will bo started in the near future. The monthly mootiags o£ tho Sunday school board tvlll bo held tho thtid Wednesday of each month following the prayer service. An effort will bo made to have tho attendance one hundred per cent at the February meeting. MRS. COLLINS HOSTESS TO COLONIAL CLUB Mrs. Effle Colling entertained tho Colonial Club at her homo at Breezewood Farm Wednesday afternoon. Twelve me'abera end two guests, BIws. William H. Myers and Mrs. John Hudkins, Were present. Mrs Myers gave a talk on "Essays of the Bible." Plane were completed for making a quilt. The proceeds ''rom the eale o£ the quilt will be ueett for charitable purposes. At. 4 o'clock Mr y s. Collins served lunch in the large dining room. The next meeting will be held January 30 at the home of Mrs. Ada Tissue. LOCAL GIRLS MEMBERS OF SETON JIILL BALL COMMITTEES Mies Bliazbeth Soisson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V, H. SoisbC-n, 214 Bast FaiTview avenue, Is chairman of the chaperon committee, and Miss Loretta Oat ard-it, daughter of Mr. and Mm Philip Gallarcli, 201 West Cettar avenue, is on the decorations committee fo- tho S-eton Hill College Senior Ball which wMl bo held in the new Activities Building of the college Friday evening, January 17. CHRISTIAN CULTURE CLASS WILL MEET WITH MRS. FRANK The Christian Culturo Class of tho First United ITeSbyterlan Church will meet Filday ulght in the homo of Mrs. II. L. Frank, South Arch street, Tho meeting wll be In the form of a "jHuoy l u n c h " Tho committee consists of Mrs. I! lea Younkiu, Mrs. Gigliotti, Mrs. u H. Long and Mrs Mary Patterson. HOSPHTAL AUXILIARY WELL aiEET JANUARY, 2,t To Women's Auxiliary to tho Cou- nellsville State Hospital will meet Tuesday afternoon, January 21, in tho Woman's Culturo Club rooms* at the Carnegie Free Library. Mrs. Meyer Aaron, tho president, will ha%o charge. It is the fltfal mee-tliig siuco beforo the Christmas, holidays anil a good attendance is desired, CULTURE CLUB WILL OBSERVE BROWNING DAY Urownlag Day will bo observed a t ' the Eorni-monthly meeting of tho Wo-I man's Culture Club Monday afternoon] In the club rootiis at Iho Carnegie Kree Library. Mrp. Max Ilackoff is lo.itlor. Mrs. Kngleka will have charge oC tiie music. MRK. HALL ENTERTAINS FAMILY FRIENDS CLUB Mrs, Ruesell Hall entertained the Family and Frlon!s Club la«t night at hor homo in Baldwin avenue. About j ten members wore present and upeutj the evening at faneywork. A dainty lunch was srvecl. Mis. Fred Dlx will entortaiu the 'club ' Wednesday night, January 22, at hor home in South St. E. AID SOCIETY OBSERVES V N N J V E R S A U Y Tho Ladies' Aid Society of the Perryopolis Methodist JB)ilscopal Church celebrated Its forJy- mcoud. anniversary on Wednesday, January 15,-With an all-day" nxeellug at the church. The^3ay-was.^spent at quIlUng. A covefed-cYian" Iuu5}l3ori" wiiS . served. There were -k'jlphen' and clintnqjohni showers, each of ~tfi i members contributing something. · - - "Thlrty-px\Q tnetlibers \ and twelve guests werfe\ In.' attendance. The Kuentij were Mrs. I tarry Davis and Mrs. A. W. Smith, Star Junction; Miss Viva Blair, Mrs. Laura Lynn, Mrs. W, L-. Arinstr mg 1 , Miss Anna Plersol, Mrs. J. D, Butterrnoro, Mrs Henry Baker,' Miss Maiy B. McKee' and P. G. Jllldbi'aiHl, Perryopolis. Many uBefiil gifts were contributed. Mrs. Emma Carsbn and Mrs. H P. Kamerer gave readings. Mrs. Efilo Sisley contributed an original poem on the Laches' Aid Society. Cash donations amounted to ?26. IK. WAIMI/L ADDRESSES FAYETTE COUNTY DENTISTS Dr. Leslie 'Wadill of Pittsburg, secretary of the O/l Datalogical Scfclr-ty of Weeterii Pennt ylvanla, was the guest speaker at a banquet of "the Fay- otte County Dental Society Wednesday night at the'Unloiitowu Country-Club. Hie subject was 'Diagnosis of tho Mouth." " ,\ ' ~At the busines; session Dr, Clyde S. Campbell of thle city, pretidsnt of tho Bociety, appointed' Dr. M. M. Jaquette ot UnSoutown chairman of the oral hygien i committee. Dr. JarmeUe will in t u r n choose the other aiembore of this lommitte-e and report to the president. CLEAR SKIN A clear, smooth, lovely a'in enhances personal attract! /e- ness I Men admire it. WOK en praise and jsjscrrtly er vy,' More happincns and frie ids may depend ppon it. The way ftp the skin is through the fclbod. Rich, ed, healthy Mood nourishes the body and aida in prptee ing it against infection and disease. When you take S.S.S to get rid of these our- sifje ble/nishca you. are building up the eysttirn to ware off graver diseascf, ii. G. COJUtAnO HEAD OF LADY OF MT. UAJLnEL SODALITY The Lady of an. Carmel Sodality of St. Kita's Cathoilc Church mot hmt FUday night hi tho bchool hall and elected officers lor the ensuing year: President, Mrs. Guy Corrajlo, vice- president, Mrs. A. Barfllone; treasurer, Mrs. Philip OallaixH; secretary, MrSi Prank Passalaqua assistant offlcors, Mrs. Mary Host, Mrs. Mangello, Mi-e. Pe'i-ntozza and im. Anita Corraclo. Guests nt Curd Party. Mrs. Mary Itose, and dwuifhters, MIf3 Laviua, Misses Alary and Louise Riiilli, Mrs. Frank Pasaalaqua, C5haileR fepperel, Niok Rulll, attended a -Jard party given lai t night by tho Sod-altly oi' St. Teresa athollc Church, Uniontown, in tho Knights of He mo hall. Mtes Louise R ill I and Nick liulli were awarded priaet. Miss \tlller Hostess. Miss LaVer 10 Miller will entertain the members of the J. B I Club Friday ulght at her home in South Con- uellsville. Officers Installed. Mrs. T H Edmonds wa» installed as vlce-presi'lcnt and Mrs. E W. Heavner, trt asurer, at tho regular meeting of I lie Jennie I/ayton Aux 1 !!- lary to tho B iltlmore Ohio Veterans Association Tuesday night in the Baltimore Oil ID Y. M. C. A. * WUh MPS. Yanfylm, Mrs. Russjll Vaughn will entertain tho Kmanon Club tonight at her home ia South Pi'tsburg street. Yl-'lth Mrs. Poolo. Mrs. C. J Poole will entertain the West SWe Needleworkors tonight at her home in East Ciawford aronue. .T. L. Promlfifc Class. The monthly business and social meeting of the J. L. Proudfit Class of the Firtt I'retbyterian Church will bo held tonight in the homo of Mrs. B. E. Sly, South Plttfciburs stieet, South -Cou- ueltsville. BH.lo Class WJH Meet, The Ladiefa' Bible Class of Trinity Lutheran Church will meet tonight in the soc al room of the cttrch. Sflss Bailey Hostess. Mis^s Lulu Bailey will bo hostess to the members oi' the E. B, Martin Bible Glass of *ho Flist Bap Met Church tonight at hor homo In North Pittsburg street Installs Officers. Tho D vuglitei 8 of [Inton Veterans met last night in the American Leglou club room, North Pittalrarg street, at wliich tune oflicwa were installed foi the ensuing year. ?atronl26 those wio advertlaa. Mrs. Dlxoii Hostess. Mm. loeei)h Uixou will entertain tho Grei iiwoad Fancy woik Club Tuesday till irnoon, January 21, nt hor home l'i East Crawford avenue. WJfli Miss Mias tlolon Trenborth will enteitaln t^o Altilne Club tonight at hor home In Sout li Connellsville, All the Natural Fragrance "Fresh from the In Packets and Individual Tea-Bags If you are one of the embarrassed-and men arc not exceptions--with skin blemishes that linger, and sometimes leave ecars, you will ·want to possess body power to clear up your skin. S.S.S. will help Nature give you this power. Internal healthfulncBS ·will then, reflect in your skin a natural loveliness--a skin gtari/ied. Millions o£ people have taken, advantage of the wonderful medicinal properties in S.S.S. It gives, to Nature what it needs to build you up so that your system may throw off the cause. ''When your (system is filled with rich, red blood, the body's power ,o£ resistance to infection a: d disease is raised. Vour appetite ihould improve. Finn flesh shouh takei the place of that which wa i once flabby. You should sleep s lundly. You should feel strong. Vour nerves become steady. Take S.S.S. daily at raealti ne. It promotes healthy body b aiding;. Seek energy, vitality and i clear skin through the great blocd tonic which is made from strict!r fresh vegetable drugs and has st jod the teat for over 100 years,. All gdod drug 1 storrs se { S.S.S, in two sizes. Ask for th larger size. It Is more economic!!. Florence. Th«y threw him from their auitomotoll* as they passed through ChancMer, Aria., firing at offlcwa who ntlempled to stop thorn cincl wounding another d-eputy, I^e-e "Wiight. Both will recover. The- tlwoo fusl- tlvoi wore corn-er-od en Ih-e Piirm Indian Reservation, 25 jniiles from here, and civpturocl after a gim fight. / NEW OASTLiO, Jan. 18.-- Mm. Minnie McKlbbon, New Cattle police matron who is f o go to Arizona to aid in returning^ Mrs. Ireno Rchroelor to L'awre-nce county will talro a gun with her in ca«o any emorgoncy neceeBl" tateo her defncling hersolE aho caid today. ' If extioxlltlon papers rtro granted tt will be Mrs. McKibbon's duty to guard Mis. Schroedor day and night on the return trip. "I always go armed," Mm. McKibbon siihl when aalcod if she luil any f e a t s about her prospective, aeelgn- input, "but usually I can appe-al to womoit priboncra to bo reasonable BO thp-ro Is no need for a weapon. When a woman in once caught and gives up the battle, ho is likely to become a docile prisoner," ehe added. UNION FARMERS CLUB HAS FINE PROGRAM FOR NEXT SATURDAY A Clear Skin Comes From Within 881 THAN 300 WILL ATTEND COUNTY C. JE. BAN.(JU.ET More than, two liuiudrod reservationu have been intado for tho mid-year banquet of the Fayotbo Cooniy CShrlatlan En-d^avor Union tonight £vt tho First Melodist Protealaot Church oC TJn- kmfown* Juat pxlor to the dlimer tha o:£emtlr© cornmittee will met at 6:30 o'olaok in the chuirch chapol. Rev. 33. A. Schultr,, ptwtor ot tho I'iivt United RretHron Church of thla cltj , will apealc on " Vouth's N«w Crusad*," Rev. W. K. M6KInn"ey, pius- lor if the Central Christian Ohur-oh o£ Uiiiontowji, will glv« a tal'k on "Tho Four-S5quar-e I/tf«." Rev. John Chlar- «-a«t ot Brownsville will also spenk. Miss Rtrth Jon«s oC Uniontown. win g k e a reading. State officers an-d officers Iram the Allegheny pownfoy union will bo pr^a- ent, as well aa delegations from tha local Chriatlan Endeavor Societtes. MOUNT PLEASANT COACH TO WEI COLLEGE FHIKNI) Announcoment has boon mado ot the engagement of Miss Kcrnlca Hoover of Harrlsburg and Clifford G Slngley, coach of Mouut ^Pleasant High School athletics. Miss Hoover and Mr, Slngloy were claHsmates at Lebanon Valley Collego, class of 1928. Miss Hoover has been teaching Kngliah in the New Cumberland High School, near Harrisburg, since her graduation. Leadership Training Class. The Leadership Tj-alnlng Claua of tho United Presbyterian Sunday School will hold its regular meeting at the homo ot Wanda and Alico Beighley ot "Weut Crawford aveuuo Friday evening at 7:45 o'clock. Mozart Club Tonight At its meeting tonight at the Christian Church the Mo?art Club is es- p_ected to take action on the matter ot presenting-, a musical comedy. A rey- lesentatlvfs oi! a producing company will be present. Mrs. Peter it. Wclmer, president of the club, mado an appeal thle afternoon for all members to b In attendance, as their cooperation will be neoeesavy. There will be a program l^aijed on tha worko of Oley Speaks. Alia. John. J. Euoa will be leader, Entertains Bridge OliiK Tho B. M. M. D. Bridge Club wae entertained laet evening at the homo of Mr. and Mrs James M. Drtocoll in Vine street. Two tables were called into play. High prize was awarded Mrs. Jack McClain and consolation to John P. Barbor, After bridge refreshments were served by the hofltest. Mr. aud Mia. William Martin of Duu- bar were out of town at Uniontown, ,Tohn DePalma of Tarr and Angelina Rosso of Mount Pleaeant, Teter ratchen ot Continental No. 3 and Mary Morensky of Smltliflekl and Michael Homenlck and Mary M. Waseerman, bi th of Star Junction, w-ere licensed to wed at Uniontown. f embower- Clay. Miss Helon Sombower, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, W. F. Sombower, and Charlea H. Clay, sou of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Clay, both of Rockwood, were married at Rockwood by Rev, Walter P. Berkehile. Chili 3IetH. Eleven members and two guests, Mrs. Clarence McFartand and Miss Rose Kock, attended the Januai-y mooting of the Vanderbilt Faneywork Club at which Mrs. Lynum K Miller wis hostoBB Wednesday at her home In Lincoln avenue. At noon a delicious chicken dinner was served. The tablo was nindft atli active with rart rosc-B and ferns, Tho afternoon wan given over to fanoywork, Mrs EwliiR Hoss Will enlortiiiu the club February 1 10, at hor homo at tho Summit, ARIZONA WIRES IT WILL 3VE IP IRfflESCflliOEDER Continued from Pago Ona. which she and Iwo mf-n, OI snn Dague and a former Texas courlc Identified as Vornon Ackeiman, alias Joo Wells, were capturod on a PI m Indian, reservation. Tho "trigger woman" coi fossed yesterday slia was tho Irouc Schroedor wanted in I'ennftylvanla /tth Daguo iml hor brother, J. W. Cro ,vford, on a charge of iminlerlng Cor; oral Brady i'aul after a robbery. Later she jattem-pted t i deny hor confession but Arizona ( fllclals saW thore was 310 doubt si 3 la Mte. Schroedcr. rennyjVGiit{ authorlticfi are enroute to make the lentlfloatioii absolute. Shetlff Charlrb Wright said Daguo had be^n full r klontlfled through fingerprints. Aokorman ia U7«lor a ispiclon for more aerlous crimes, thai the Arizona gun ecrap« hi which two deputy sheriffs wore wounded, ii le wild. According to word here 1 3 is believed to have been Involved li a bank rob- liory and tho IdllinK of o policeman in Coleman, Tex., January J. PHOJ3NTX, Aiiz., Jai 18.--Arrival of two Pennsylvania fficora to aid identification of two rn n and a woman captured £tor a lesperata gun cha.so was awaited tw ay by Jooal authorities is they heW tho t/rlo iwitler closo guurd in the M n-oopa county jail. Sheriff Chairtos Wrig it aald he was positive that the WOT an was Irene Schroeder, tho "Blond Trigger Woman of PittsbuTg," d'es ito her denials of an eaplior acluilsalo i, and that one of the men was W G jun Dague, her asorted partner. The second man, *ho first gave hia namo a's Joo F Veils, has been Uleii'lifiod as Vernon Ackermau, recently released from tlio Oklahoma State penitentlary. According to Wright, Daffuo, who h-as refused to talk, has been lil-e xtifled through llngerpi Int records. Tlio woman insists pitit of tho time that r-ho la Mildred .Vinthrop, but is near a nervous colla se and constantly changes her efo -y, a^coi ding to the sheriff. Her fir. t adnals-^loo that tho was Ireixs Soh'i'o der came yesterday when she was isked concerning four year old Donu a. Surp'rlsed by a statement thnA "ftc nething has happened to him," B to admitted she is'as his inot'iicr. Ii-eno tchioeder tnd Glenn Tagaie are wanted In Per isylvanla on a charge of killing Corporal Brady Paul, Btato tllgtiwa ' patrolman, aftcr a holdup al Butier, Pa., on December 27, She said, "I love mv boy bat aft^v this mesa It m1f?ht o belter If I r.e-vjr Beo him again " '' h e n , tn denials of hei 1 idenlitx, she b M that she never had a hou. Charges oC asgat ft to commit mur- ('·e-r, 1 aiul kidnaping were being pro- pared against thr trio by Marlcopa county nulho-iitics bill Ihey liulkalod they would Jiot H and In t!i( % w a y of Pennsylvania o.\ti idiliun jirocoetlings Oil a more serious cH.u-ga Tiio Puiin- sylvanla oHlrcis sre expected to arrive hore today. Slioi iff W^ iglit aid that he bp-Hovefl tho trio ouiii b (oiiHculsid w l l h a bank robbwy al 'Coleman, Tax, on J a n u a r y D, lu v,h eh a policeman was slain. Tho Sch roc tier woman's brother, Thomas Cuvwfoj t, believed lu have been implicated \vlth her mid Diigue in tho Buflor, P i., s'hooiirig, Juis nol bon traced "He if f?ono ftiid will novor )e caught," tho blew d woman said d u r i n g her first udinlso ons Tho thr-ce \v ro c«iplurpil aft-or a chasA w ilth ·! rted whMi^tlu'-y kid- naped Deputy S eriff Joe Chaimiau In. J. T Smith of Elnnlalo farm and T. H. fcimith of Jersey Hidgo farm, both of near Dunbar, will IHJ boats at the January meeting of tlie Union Jfarm- ers C l u b of Fayotto County on Saiur- dny at Elmdale farm. It la expected that 00 farmers and Ihelr fctrnlllea irlll attend. t Tho progiani will open at 11 o'clock with prayer. Readings by Elma Ball, John T. Smith and Ida Harris will be given, Dlnnor will be served at noon. Weltep P. Schenck, eecrtary of tho Uniontown Chamber of Commerce, will speak on "Imported Produce"; B. A. Harris, on "Are Our Markets Better Than Others 7 " ami E. B. Arnold on "How Should Wa Put Cur Produce on tho Market?" . ALWAYS DEAD TIBED? sad! Sallow c-omplcxtton, coated tongue, poor a-ppotlto, ?jad breath, pimply skin and always tired. What'a wrong 1 ? Chances are you're polsnjicd by clogged bowela and Inactive llvor, Take thla famous prescription a»«vi constantly In place of caloraol by inun and women for 'M ycais--Dr. Kd- warcls live Tablets. They arc harmless J'et vory ettoctlve. A compound ot vegetable InsrrcdientB They net easily upon the bcnvels, help free tha syslotn of poison caused, by f a u l t y elimination and tone up liver Rosy checks, clear oyes and youth- f u l energy make a sutresaful life Toko Dr. Kdwarda Ollvo Tablets, nlshiiy. Know them by !holr olive coloi 15c, 30c and 00o All tlicment. Paim.! Nowadays, people take Bayer Aspirin for many littJe aches and paina, and, as often as they encounter any pain. Why not? It is a proved antJ- flote for pain. It workst And Bayer Asplria tablets are utterly harmless. 1'ou have the medical profession's Mrord for that; they do not depress fie heart. So, don't let a cold, "run ita course." Dou'fc wait for a headache to "w6ar ofl.'^ Or regard neuralgia, neuritis, or even rheumatism 93 something you must endure. Only a physician can cope with the cause of mch pain, but you can always turn to Bayer Aspirin for relief. Bayer Aspirin is always available, and it always helps. Familiarize yourself with ita many uses, and avoid a lot of needless suffering. ASPIMIM Aspirin la the trade ma k of Bayer Mnnufacturo of MonaaceticAcideater ot DR. UTCHFIELD OFPinSBURGMES IN PHILADELPHIA When You Want Something Use the Classified Adv^rtlsementa. Special to Thp Courier. PITTSBURG, Jan 36--Dr. T^awreilbo I/ituhWekl, prominent Pittsburg physician for nearly a. lial) century, died of a heart attack yestei day at the home I of his brother-in-law, Ira Jewell Williams, -Ml Weat Chestnut avfenuo Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia. Dr. I«ltchfleld, who was recognized as D leader lu medic il circles all over the world, had letiied from practice a month ago and n ovel from this city to Philadelphia He became ill January 2 and wa£. stricken with a heart attack when he rtroso at 0:30 o'clock yeatorday morning. Dr. l/ltchfield w r s born in Grand Mich., a soft of General Allyne Cushlng LitchfleH and Susan Cornelia Carver, a descendant froin Robert Carver and William White o£ the Mayflower. Ho was a graduate of Harvard University and tho Harvard Medical school, from which he graduated in 1885, and the Bellovue Hospital Medical College of New York University. He was a awaoticlng physician |ri Pittsburg since 18S9. Dr. Lltolilleld was etaff phye'iciau at the We,st Peun Hospital, I'ltteburg Hospital and I'ittsburg Hospital for Children, and consultant at the Pittsburg Eye and Ear Hospital, St. John'e Hospital and St. Joseph's Hospital. Dr. LltchflaW wae former president of tho Ptlmsylvanla State Mcdlca' Bociety and was a member of the Ae Bociatlon of American Phyeicians and former president of the Plttsburj; Academy of Medtclno, Alleghen Medical Society, and tho Collego nf Pbyeiciane of Pittsburg, Announced, Tho uugvgument of Mlse Tholma , , daughter of Mrs, K. Uueeall ' o£ Collego nvunutt, Mount Plociaaut, to ' (Hauflo M, Hlckmau of KvauaviUn, Indiana, hne been announced, M" Hickuian ife *it present tuauatjer of a I'hahi fttora at Mount Plenaatif, The rnai ri.igr- will inliiv j i l u r p in tho v e i y ' UMi' S'UtUl'O SORENESS ^^ -VIEL0S... thoujih rtlie m frequent with one appli- utUon. Mu« -role 10 most uaunlly ctlcc- h'v o when a plirel once nn hour For five mura. tt pe ctratea and stimulate*. Enhance your natural fcemtty Tflth properly applied cos- motlcs. You vv 111 find ovefythlng in the line of beauty ftids in our show case. There is~n pdtvder which will Mend perfectly with your skin coloring, there are lipsticks and eyebrow pencils to suit your individual purpose, there are a thousand and one other little niceties which trill be nsei'ui to you. Come in and see for yonr- self the maay delightful accessories. i Specials for Friday and Saturday $1.00 Listerine 75c .Tar Turpo Ointment $1.50 Turpo Electric Vaporiser A $2.25 Val. for only 95c $2.00 S. S. S. .69 .00 Electric Toaster Complete with cord Water Bottle 9 Two decks of cards, hcori' pad and jioncil $1.98 Old Fashioned I on»e Made 50c Roxall Cherry Park Cough Syrup ,, ¥1.50 Prince Albert S lok- IUR Tobacco ia $I*"| -J Q glass humidor «pJ-iJ-*/ We: Kruschen Salt-s . ... _ 73c 124 West Crawford Ave., Connellsville, Pa.

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