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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, April 2, 1918
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-Ws*^_~* rAGE TWt ?3T7V TJ1JS DA1LT COURIER, CONNEI^LSVILLE, PA. TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1918. t, S 3LVKK HIMAIi ASSUS W HOG ISLAND 15QUIKY. The initial performance of Odd Bits From Life presented last evening In the new high school auditorium for tie benefit of the Immaculate Conception church, scored A woncterful { success We consensus" of opinion-of' the large audience being that it was Cre slmereet home talent production preaentea here in recent "years The | large auditorium was ailed to its utmost caaci*./ and the generous ap ^plause given each number showed -~ihat the-entire performance met with the approval of the audience 'Odd Bits Irom Life, given under the di- :.rr*cthm ol {ames B- Steden_-s~a vaude^ ville attraction, in. 10 episodes and fur- msne.s an evening of genuine entertainment. The cast, which is weLL cooeen, is composed o! prominent 'ocal talent, each performer being ui-a role to_ which they are best adapted There was not a dull moment from the rise until the lall of the curtain. The program was varied, each episode affording; something different and entei taming The first episode, a, prologue "by ilis"» Affgela Stader wasrde- HghtfuLtis- was" the second epJsone.- A Btfot Mmatrels The third epi- ~aoe, a--yaaes diversiteinent by MUs Genevleve Stader, and Louis "Vvoostir, the latter ot Scottdale with T "O Carlisle pianist F E Golde, violinist and J2- M -Hirnterj banjo-uke 'made aj is dltt. Mis.? ^oisson and Mr Wooster iflanced. with." grace and ease _"With "the Actors " the fourth episode, -»as -weir received" The CrystaTGlobe,.* "the fifth episode, a. street scene, the siitb. episcide, ^. Country School the seventii episode, another strt et scene were alt splendid _ The big hit o£ the eevning was Che ninth epis* de An Atlantic Port with Mis» Mary 'Nee as 'Liberty Raj McCHntocK. sang "Over There The Parochial cadets "were generously applauded. The scenic effects were beautiful The wodtof the children, who appeared m _the cast wa*-es:eipaonaUy clever each, child acting wfth grace and ability Tne performance vill he "repeated tonight and indication pomts towarca another packed house. Tie, seat sale i= unusually large. A pretty home wedding was that ot Miss Anna Isabella Reynolds daughter of Mrs. Louise Reynolds and S Irvine Shortese, of Wilkes Barre Pa., solemnized last evening at 7 o clock m the home of the trio* at Reednville, ·with Rev Shortess, fath«r of the bridegroom officiating About 50 guests including relatives and intimate rnecto of the two families were present. The. bride uore "a brae traveling salt with hat to mattclu Following trie ceremo«y a prettily airpointed werfrftnc dSwwr waa served. Tlft bride wa» for nearly tvwLtenns domestic science- teacher in tb* '-local hign school,tendering her resignation over a week ago She ha«'a'wide circle of Iriends liere The bridegroom is h*ad at tie physics *ep«rtment of the "Wnkes-Barre nigh school Folk a treading trip io New York and otter eastern potato Mr and Urs Si»rtees will be «t home at WiMcei-Barre. JMiss Catherine Mayo, a member oTthe tXn- aelbnriUe High, scnool, faculty, was an «nt-ot-tonra gne»t The THn On*~ Class of the Silted Brethren cSurch. wiirmeetr tonight at the home of Mrs Roee Blackburn m "Witter avenue. All mettibens are urged to attend. The reenlar .meeting of the Women's Guild of the Trinity Episcopal church will ue held tomorrow evening at tbs home of Mrs Harry Vsa^tone In Wine street, South Ooanellsville Owing to Kev M. S Kanaga bates unable to attend the -rosiallaUon of officers will not take place. All taem : ber ara invited. The first of a series of cbam teas planaed-oy the women, ot the Trinity Episcopal church.-»as held last evening at th« home of Mrs F R. Graham in Chestnut street. Twenty- four- ladies attended, and spent the evening at knitting Light refreshments were served The second of tte series will be held tonight at the home of Mrs Lucy Lowery in West Cedar avenue and the third tomorrow afternoon at the home of Mrs T G Kincaid n West Cedar avenue The hours are irom. 2 30 to 5 o clock _ The monthly meeting ot the Greenwood Ladies- yancywbrk club i'-being held this afternoon at the. home of Mrs Ro*e fh South EiphtiT street, Greenwood. ~ of Mrs Harry- $ori »· South Eighth street Greenwood All members and persons not members of the club who" are knitting, as well as those »ho wish to learn, are invited. lira L. Schnler gave_a charmingly appointed-6 oVjloek dinner Sunday evening at her home in East Craw fowl avenue in honor of the Birthday of her daughter, MISB Helen Schuler Covers for 12 were laid. Athens Temple ot the Pythian Sisters will meet this evening The C ' W B M of the Christian church will meet Thursday afternoon at the church The subject for dis ussion will be Efforts for the Negro in tha United States Mrs W W Ivern leader will be assisted by Mrs R. F Lytle Mrs A J Buttennore and Mrs Dorcas Norton One hundred twenty five couples attended the Easter dance ot the JEIks~last evening at the rhome in- Bast Crawford avenue Dancing Jan "ed~ffbm"8" o clock until 2 Kit cries oichestra of six pieces played Among the guests were J OToole C L. Jones R Snyder, C E Owens Mr and Mrs Harrj Kromer Mr and Mrs John Tedrovv, John Clark and Co"- poral William Bailey of Scottdale, Miss Inez Allen, Donora, Miss Nettie Anderson, Donora., JUiss Anna White an!l Uiss Grace White Dunbar Miss riJburn Reed "Vanderbilt, H 0 Jones, Philadelphia, J C~ Brown Boston Charles Doris Bittsburg C H Ohraer Dayton, S A. Summers, Buffalo, and John Melleron, Mount Pleasant The dance was'under toe direction of_a committee (-omposed Harry Tippman Joseph Fnel, J Officers for th*-easS5s year were elected as follows at the regular meeting ot Ox King's Daughters of the Pi£St f resbyttilaa church held Saturday" afternoon at the home of Mn Charles Hirst in Blacjcstone avenue President, Mrs. 7 t." Troudflt -vice president, Mrs W N X*che secre- _jSLry, Miss Nelle Campbell, treasurer^ Mils Sarah AHiSI TEe~next~'meelms irill be held Thursday evening April 25. at the home of Mrs. S K. Cox in \orth Snrth street. West Sid* 3?ae Ladies' Aid Society of the iT'thocnst Protestant church will meet "Thursday afternoon in the church. T-e Catherine Johnston Missionary society wil meet Wednesday evening it tie close of the regulac nrayer,sfir- tice " ' The Indies' Aid Society ot the Trinity Lutheran" churca~wttl mt:e£ Tnurs- day evenjng-«t 7^3f ocloclt at the home of Mrs. D "Vf Durie in Hace street. Harvest qaster-and Paul Briei- man. irOl give a rccept on for the JOUBJ pecgfiL of tbe church Fr^dar ev- «nirtg in Prlftfcarir's- hall To* Katt-and 'Win XJiKt to the Car- Comforts Branch of the m.ry will Met Umittt at ti« htttt LIEUT. PERIGORD WON COMMISSION IN FIRE OF BATTLE Continued was to become m Piuca Oi*a- chaplain m the Mark Hyman who for several rears has been special assistant to the attorney general for antitrust investigations is now assisting Assistant Attorney General Todd in th« Hog la- land inquiry Scarry J tereder L. Conway and A L M.t- The much delayed car of fertilizer just arrived for Anderson-Loucks This car contains a special grain grower potato grower and raw bean. meal -- Adv -- 2-2 1. Miss Elizabeth. Sarver is visiting relatives at! Somerset. Mrs I B Brallier of ScoU.da.le and Mrs E B Brailier of Dawson, were Councils-vine, visitors yesWrday Miss Rebecca Clowes o£ Springdale a former superintendent ol tie Cottage State hospital was in town today Miss Clones recently returned home from a trip o Florida itr and Mrs John King and baby of Pittsburg have returned home after a visit with relatives here and at Trench army Finding no \acancj he enlisted as a private in the ranks at four cents pel day, determined to fight and to minister to the spiritual needs of his fellow soldiers at the same time He has performed both functions most admirably i He did not seek a commission but! won it m the fire of battle He believes that a private is the highest "ajik in. the army But his conspicuous courage under fire brought him befoie the French Commission six times for decoration His first experience was in the Champagne district His company was ordered to receive the attack of the Imper ai Ge-man Guard \11 of the officers except the captain were killed in the early part of the battle "Later when the captain was mortally wocnded he gave his swoid to Private Pengord -with instructions to take command. He did so and the Imperial Guard was repulsed and the private made a lieutenant and told to ic- tain the sword of his dead captain "The German Crown Prince had promised bis father the Emperor that he would take Verdun on July 14 ISIS -- the Independence Day of the French republic His first assault was met by 6000 French boys who tad knelt to receive the blesimg of Father Perigord before entering this terrible battle Taps were sounded for 4 500 of them and Lieutenant A, d«lightful program on April Pool s Day, was presented at the semi-monthly meeting of the Woman s Culture clui held jesterday afternoon at the home of Urs Edna. JohnMoa Brend«l in. South Pittsburg street. Each member resjionded to roll cull with a joke. Papers were read as follows Origin of April Fool Mrs ^» "N "LeUre, American Humorists, Mrs J B Marietta. Mrs J M Cecil gave humorous readings The club decided to ouy a Liberty Bond It was reported that after all expenses had been paid a-sura of about f!30 realized from a moving picture recently presented under the auspices of the club would be turned over to the local Red Cross At_the mcetlng'to be held Monday afternoon April 15th at the home of Mrs S N Oaborne a program on Federal Government Day will b* rendered. PEBSpNAL. CnarTes Eajra.a1£ jpas ietumed-%o ] D^dftp ir| . flS*** Leisenring No 1 A great show --Adv-- 1-1 t the Arcade today Of WCoanellsville ·noon accompanied by Mrs. Kleabish, Mr and Mrs Barnett and baby motored to Adelaide and-visited Mr anedafrs Edward Myers. The best -place to shop after all Bronnell Shoe Co,--Adv. "Mrs John Hoop and daughter Mrs* Delia ot Eights, street, Greenwood, attended the funeral of "Mrs Margaret Huhn held this afternoon, from the Huhn home at Smithfleld. "Miss Grace Grimm ot Pittsburg visited friends here today Hiss Mary Aline Atkinson returned to Wellesley college thjs morning after spending the Easter vacation with her mother, Mrs AJine Atkinson of West Apple street Everything" that'll new la style and fabric .for spring--I have it Look- em over _Dave Cohen Tailor --Adv Mrs J P'K Miller of Scottdale was a Conneilville visitor today Mr and Mrs. T A Mclntyre of Daw- sn were guests o* relatives in Youngstown over Easter .Mrs E. J OToole and daughters Misses Margaret and Anna, Mrs Cornelius Friel and two children of Gary W Va, are guests of' Mr and Mrs ^Michael Clark, of North FitUbnrg street Mrs W A. Armstrorg of Omaha Neb ilrs Harvov Zearfoss Mr and Mrs Frank Eeigler Daniel Kiefer Mrs Elizabeth Graushaw ot Somer set Mrs Christ Hememan Mrs C B Lane, Mr and Mrs. Theodore Thomas of Fittsburg Mrs Henrietta Bittner, Mr and Mrs Robert Miller of Me- ersdale Mr and ilrs David Living stone Misses Georgia, Ella and Ruth Coleman all of Uniontown attended the funeral ot Elmer E Coleman held Saturday afternoon Mr and Mrs J P Brennen ot Scotdale -sere n town this morning on their way to Charlotte visit Mrs" R G Hillegis i Mrs Brennen Before home thej will spend about 10 days at Atlantic Cuj C L. McDonald yardraaster for the Baltimore Oh'o railroad returned jesterday from a trip to "Washington, D C and Baltimore Mrs J D Perc of ^est Peach street was the guest of her son-in-law and daughto- Mr and Mrs Harrj Porter ot Scottdaie jesterday 1 The Misses White have moved from South Seventh street, "West bide to the Ford aparjnents in South Lighti street Greenwood C to niece of returning Mr and Mr; Leche are moving into the South "ftfindsor apart ments vacated by Francis Wright and family 3Ir and Mrs Alfred J Kobacker moved jesierday from the Vince reo- idence in West Green street into their home in Isabella road Mrs ,annio Younkin of Baltimore was in town esterday on her return from Smithfleld, where she visited her son and daughter in Ia^ Mr and Mrs John Younkin. "\\ hue here she visited Mr and Mrs John Hoop of (Greenwood Mr and Mrs lounkin accompanied her home yesterday afternoon Miss Roberta Telty of Springfield, Ohio and a student in music at I\ew York and Miss Ellen Louise Wright, a student in "N\ asbington are spending their Easter vacation with Mr, and Mrs F W Wright of Will s road -\IiSB Roberta Eeltj is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Pelty formerly of Connellsville Misi Maude Rohlf, of Ohiopyle spent over Sunday with Mr and Mrs A H Shaffer on Highland avenue 3Ir and Mrs J J Donnelly have returned home from their winter home m Nashua Fla Dr and Mrs G W Gallaghe- of the West Side left today for Philadelphia They will return home Saturdaj The Y L club will give a iaace In Maddlas hall Wednesday evening Soothe Itching with Cuticura Bathe with Ciitlcura Soap and hot water and folfowmth a gentle application oE Caticura Ointment. The mission of Cuticura is not only to toothe and heal but to prevent skin troubles by keeping the pores free from impurities by dailj use in the toilet. S»»bE»hFi».h*»Ua. Addiotpo*- card ~OMon.tWpt.CT B««b». Soid rrerywhere. Soap2Sc. Given Traveling Bag. B C Fair who was promoted to superintendent ot West Fenn lighting at Latrobe was presented rrldav night by employes at the Scottdale omce with a handsome traveling bag and a complete safety razor outfit Sir and Mrs Fair mov ed yesterday from Scottdale to Latrobe Mr Fair is a son in law of Mr and Mrs Jerome ilcCor mick of West Fayctte street IVpfls In Fitt«bnrg. Thomas 0 Carlisle of Scottdale and Carolyn E Bowman of Pittsburg John G-irard of Connellsv-ille and Hos ie Banks of Mount Pleasant Carlyle Howard and Ara Leffcwich of Uniontown were granted licenses to wed in Pittsfcurg Daughter Arrives. Mr and Mr Charles Dahl of Pitts burg street and Gibson avenue South Connellsville are parents of a daughter born on Sunday i C A T A R R H For head or throat Catarrh try the 4t wpor treatment ·/ICR'SVAPORUB:\v, '|| Tib® (2mm l MRS ANNA JORDON BOLGBR. Mrs Anna Jordon Bolger kormerly of Connellsvill ( fe died Sunday afternoon at the home of her son Henry L Bolger 245" Summit street Knox ville Pa Funeral from the Bolger home tomorrow morning followed by requiem mass at 10 30 o clock at St Laurence s church at Houtzdale Pa Mrs Boiger wbo was the widow of Prank Bolger resided in Councils ville at one time, her sort, Paul Bol gor J3em£ (proprietor of the Yough House for a few vears She has a wide (circle jof friends here Since leaving Conneilsville Mrs Bolger has resided n Pittsburg surviving children in Perigord was badlv wounded But Verdun still stands Senator Tustin o£ the Council of National Defense writes Chairman Carr that Lieutenant Pengord is the roost effective and entertaining speaker on war subjects now on the plat lorm The Third Liberty Loan campaign will be launched on April 6 and Lieutenant Pongords lecture will be in connection with tiis movement | All religious civic and fraternal and in dustrial organizations of Connellsville and Unlonto»n have been invited to take pan in this movement which Lieutenant Perigord s lecture nill so auspiciously inaugu-ate Among the addition to Henry M Bolger arc Wrss Mary Boi- ger and Paul M Bolger ALBERT WILLIAM. KAWATSKA Albert William. Kanatska three years old son of Mr and Mrs Arthur Kawatska of near Fairchance died Saturday The bod/ was brought to Connellsville yesterdav afternoon and taken to St John i German Lutheran church where services were held Rev George Dietz officiating MRS CAROLINE MORGAN Mrs Caroline Morgan a we'l known resident of Uniontovfn died veaterday following a lingering illness Funeral services w'H be held tomorrow after noon at 1 30 o clock f~om the house wrth interment in the Baptist cemetery at Smithneld Deceased is bur- vived by the following children Mrs Elizabeth UUgiabotham of UrJontown, Mrs Sarah Emily Brown of near Uu- ionto-wr George Morgan and 33 A. Morgan of Outcrop and Miss Pleasant Morgan at home MISS RUTH MeFADDBN Miss Ruth McTadden daughtei of Mr and Mrs Henry MciPadden o£ U n- died yesterday at noon. BERT HOWARD SUFFERS SERIOUS WOUND AND IS NOW IN A HOSPITAL Continued from Paffe On». bum is a brother of Mrs J G Haynes o,. Francis avenue Connellsville T1TBEJD STAFFOBD KETUES TO CAMP Tweed Stafford, ot the 110th Kegl ment Hospital Corps left this morning for Camp Hancock Augusta Ga. after spending a furlough with his parents Mr and Mrs Charles Staf ford. DATtD V.\SDOtt« EEC01ERS, IN SFKMCE David Randolph nljo wa honorab!} discharged from Compauy D 110th Rogmieiit. stationed at Cairtp Hancock Augusta, Go. on account of physical r JACKSON Daniel E Jacksnn 63 years Old of Uniontown died yesterday morning !n the Homeopathic hospiiaJ Pittsbur,;;, following an operation THOMAS L WOODS Thomas L Woois of South Brownsville died yesterday morning ia the Brownsville general hospital as tie result of injuries suffered when te was struck b one end of a lar$,e smoke stack winch was being hoist d at Alicia JOHN KAVDINAI. JR John Kavdinal Jr three years old son ol Mr and Mrs John Kavdinal of Carnegie, died Sunday at the family residence The body arm ed here this morning and was removed to Funeral Director J E Sims parlors This afternoon t was taken to St Emorj Magyar Catholic church where services were held. MRS WALTER JEFFRIES Mr and Mrs Peter R W«imer were in Pittsburg yesterday attending Jie tuneral of Mr Wclmer's sister, Mrs Margiret Jeffries wife of Walter Jeffries v, ho died of pneumonia MISS ALICE ISEAL. Miss Alice Nea! formerly a teacher n the Connellsville high school died disabtlitj has regained his health gu^^y at jv 8vv C aetle Miss J»eal and has been taken back, into the ser vice again Randolph writes home to his parents Mr and Mis David Han doiph ol Lincoln avenue, that he is feeling fine. KliS THOX OKD1KED TO Ii«o Pearl Thorn of CCSTEH Groen#ood who enlisted as a Rod Cross nurse was ordered to Camp Cus-ter Battle Croek H ich She left yesterday afternoon. iliss Thorn was lor some time past a nurse for the Metropolitan In surante company H 1DXEK 11KKS AKJCY Ufk UK UUrE6 U1S FAJ££TS the San Walter Wi4mer who is w th aviation section at Ivellj Field taught here from 1908 to 1911 SAGE AND SULPHUR DARKENSGRAY HAIR It's Grandmother's Kedpe to Bestore Color, 01 oss and Attrac- theness Almost even one knows that Sage Tea and Sulphur properlj compound ed br ngs back the natural color ard lustre to the hair when faded streak ed or gray Years ago the onl wav to get thii mixture ^as to make it at home *hich is mussy and trouble- Antonio Tex writes home that he Is enjoying army life and is in the best o' health Ho tells his parents not to write until they hear from him again as he is being transferred and does not know whero he v, ill be located SFRGIAAT BUJTV HOMJ 0 Robert Dunn stationed at Camp Lee Peterburg Va is spending a fur lough with hvs mother Mrs W L Dunn of the South Side Ho was re cently promoted to a sergeantc In the National Army DUWBAB BOY ADDED TO MSI Of DRVFTtES. Walter E Muir of Dunbar has been added to the list of draftees who will leave for Camp Lee on Thursday He appeared at the draft boards office and requested that his name be added to the list 1AKL KBISKK FOKJtEMT irORKtl) FOE TXST TBNJf Karl Krmer a member of Company D 110th Infantry who was arrested on charges ot pro-German utterances and dese-tion on his -eturn to Gamp Hancock from Fairfax S C previous to leaving for training camp was em ploj ed at the West Penn power house by d construction, company He was located ia the West Sloe for about eight months rooming at the home ol Mrs Harriet Miller in Eighth street Greenwood At one time he was em ployed by the Western. Mar? land rail road His home is in Virginia SAFE IS James A. Brennan ot Edna street has received word of the safe arrival in r*rance of his brother Martin J Brennan The alter is a member of the Fifteenth cavslry He enlisted last December in I'iUsbnrg. PASQUAIE GIGKOTTI GOES TO CUffiP 30SADE. Pasquale Gigliotii enlisted in tha commissary department and left last night for Camp Meade Annapolis Md Before enlisting Gigliotti was a cierk for Wertlieimer Brothers, some Nowadays drug store for by asking at an Wj pin s Sage and Sulphur Compound you will get a large bottle nt this famous old recipe improved by the addition -of other ingredients at a small cost Dont 3,^} gray' Try it' No one can possibly all that you darkened jour hair as it does it so naturally and evenly You dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this through jou- hair bv morning the gray hair disappears and after anoth er appiicajoi or two your hair becomes beautifullj dark giossv and attractive Wyeth 3 Sage and Sulphur Compound is a del ghtful toilet requisite for those viho desire dark hair and a vouthful appearance It is not in tended Cor the cure mitigation 01 pre vention of disease -- Adv Corset Luxury in a Modart M ADAM, do you realise that more than one' ^o//of your tune is spent in a corset? Aksaiuli comfort, the greatest of all corset tstctl. a yours ID a Modarl front laced The absence of laces at back gives form and wonderful smoothness for gown fitting Front iaong permits ease in adjustment--assures a perfect figure, anct, wtietfer sitting or standing, fullness at the top gives freedom to the diaphragm How to correctly put on a Modart Corset and the proper way to wash a corset are told m the 1915 booklet. The great variety of models are also illustrated and described Ask for one. 1HS EJ TV. HONK J QUAUTV »Rd * I«3 N t it CoKNCLLSVnot. Relieve Your Liver When your liver is out of order, your head, stomach, bile and bowels suffer with it That is why a bilious attack is often senous. Ward it off with a few doses of BEECMAM'S PILLS which gently arouse a sluggish Itver, and renew the activities so necessary to good nealth. They never produce any disagreeable after-effects. Their prompt nse is iKnefioal to the system, and will Prevent Bilious Attacks Direction* of Sp^isI Vultn Io Women *T« with Every Bex S«U by dnisfists throughout tho ·world, Ztx box**, 20, 2Se. JUST OUT First "Yntlonal's TTontMy Irade Be- view Is Readj. Every outness man should read it, ,It gives facts and flures that have a vital bearing on conditions existing in irany linos It is reliable and helpful and H i free Send jour address to the First National Bank Connellsville Pa,--Adv Second Son Born. A nine pound son was born Sunday evening to Mr and Mrs W G Bradley at their home in Gibson avenue South Connellsuhe It was the second boy Motor to Pconsvillc. George. Devile and daughter Anna Mae and Mlos Gertrude Altmiller and Florence Brandt of McKeesport motored to Pennsville Sunday and were guests of Mr and Mrs A W Tigley fflanv School Children are Sickly 3doffie.ii vrho valac their own contort »ud the Welfare of Itelr chutoo, "boold norer_le wllb- ont»borot Mother Gr»j» Sweel Powderate Children for u«a throughout the Bewon .They B«»k op Colds KellCTi! FereriataMS,, Oomt p«- tion.Teetfaine Disorders He*dacheBnd StoaiftCh Troubles Used byjnothewtorSOywrt. TILBfaB POWDERS NBV*EB FA1J. Alf Drug Wore,, J5C. JXxitaeavttmjiatxtttUt. SampTeFRES. AddreM, MotherGnjCo,, LcBoj,X Y NEVER TRADE, SELL OR RELEASE TYRUS COBB Preslflent Frank J Navln of the Detroit American league baseball club flatly denies a rum?r that Ty Cobb might be sold or traded to the New York Americans. "I have often sold that Cobb ·will complete his major league career in a Detroit -uniform and I will reiterate that statement, said Navin Coob will never be sold, traded or released ORRINE FOR DRINKING MEN TVe are in earnest when we ask vou to s 1 ^ 6 Orrvne a trial l r ou have nothing to risk and everj thing to gain for your monej wj] be return ed if alter a trial you fail to get re suits from Ornne Orrine can be gn en in the home secretl without pub- licit} or loss of time Orrme No 1 secret treatment Oi nne No 2 the voluntary treatment Costs onlj $100 a box As^c us for booklet Connellsville Drug: Co, W Crawford Ave--Adv ·lae 'Gets-lf Peel Off This Corn." Leaves The, Toe as Smooth u th* Palm of Your Hand. The corn never crenr that "G*U- It win not sret It never irritates the flesh never ma-fees your toe «or*. Just two cirops of 'Gots-U and presto' the corn-pain, vanishea Shortly you can peel the cora i " Goes to Lmontorrn John G Fenton assistant to Funeral Director J E Sims resigned and vesterday accepted a siimlai position iMth J Harry Johnston Son of Un- jontoun Mr Fenton \\as m the era ploy of Funeral Director Sims for 1G years In a short time he ·*!!] mo\e his family from North Pittsburg street to Union town If* Wonderful to Seo"Gtt»4t"P««l^f CMM! off with, your fngrer ana there you aro--pain-free and happy frith the toe as smooth and corn-free as your paJm Gets-It Is the only s»f»^ ·way In th* v, orld to treat a corn or callus It s the fiure way--the W*T that never fails It is tried and tm» --used by millions every year It always works · Gets-It' makes cutting; and discing- at a corn and fuw 5nqr with bandages ealves or a*T- thing- else entirely \mn*c«B«*ry 'Gets-It Is sold hv all druspi»t« (you need pav no more than 25 cents') or it will be sent direct toy B Lawrence Co Chicago, IU» Sold in Connellsville and recomm*nd ed T.S tho w orld s beat corn remedy bt LaJErnrey Drug Co A A. Clarke Con neIIs\iIlG Drue Co __^_ C Some Time You will be in need of printing of some kind. Whether it be letterheads, statements wedding invitations or public sale bills, remember we can turn out the work at the lowest cost consistent with good work. EVERYTHING COOKED UK" AT HOME, Strictly Fresh, Clean and Pu ASK FOR OUR SPECIAL CI/ BRBAFAST AND SUNDAY DINNEB. Our Pastries Are Delicious cause They Are Homemade NEXT DOOR TO WEST PE, WAITING BOOM.

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