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PAGE TWO. THK DAlJjY COUJaiiiiR, CONNKLLSVILiJ-iiS, PA. FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1918. A Bedding of especial OonneflsviUe was that of Miss Frances W. Rhodes,' daughter of Mrs. Jos- was spent at knitting and faneywork.- were served, entertain the ephine Rhodes of North Sixth-street ; club Thursday afternoon, April 18, at --; ,V»est Side.-and-Etigene"V.- Kaplan of hcr^homo^in Wine street. .; Racine, Wig., was solemnized yesterday afternoon in Greenslmr^, Rev. A_. ; -_;J. He!l«r, u formeT_pastor of. the Trin. ity Reformed church of this city, officiating. ; . .-- The bnde wore a gown: of gray georgette crepe and a corsage of La France roses and sweet peas. Mrs. Kaplan is widely known. She has bean a-pranilnent.teachtir in the local scTfooIs'for" some time past, graduat- - ing from the New Haven high school teachers ir -director. of-tbe-Trinity.'Re~: _The jiridegroonrjs i ^ l a i r o f Owatpnna, · Minn.T'and-ioT the-purt two-years Vas _ in the employ of the Chicago North" - -Shore and"Mttir»nt*e- Electric-Tall- road . If? w»s graduated from toe University of Minnesota in elecrtical engineering: and at one time was engineer oLequipment for the West Penn. Z^-~ Railways company- .He_~ is -now- witi ^ -the^STti. Engrneers,~"sta*JoneS at-Fort "STyer, Va. TolioVing" ihV ceremony -Mr. and Mrs. Kaplan returned to the Dr. James iC. Thoburn of Uniontown will deliver "an illustrated lecture tonight at tbe "Methodist Episcopal church-on "The Diocese oC St. Thomas." Dr. Thoburn spent several years in India. The lecture is given under the auspices of the Ivp- worth League., There will be no charge for .admission. A silver offering will" be'taken." " Miss "Irene Hopkins, a student at the University of Pittsburg, was one of seven girls selected by the faculty for a member of the Kappa Pi, national-honorary sorority of the school of education of the University ot Pkts- burg. Miss Hojkms "was a guest at a dinner given test evening by the se^en girls of the faculty. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hopkins of South Arch street. Sweater. Tarn .Vrrhes. A consignment of sweater yarn has been received by the Charleston Comforts branch of the Navy League and JACK THOMPSON, MEMBER OF WESTMORELAND CO. . POOR BOARD. IS DEAD Was Fighter in Ci\il and Spanish "\Vars and il«d SerTcd Many "fears as Constable. ·Special to The Courier. MOUNT PLEA§AiVT, April 5--Major John G". Thompson, member of the Westmoreland" county poor board and veteran of the Civil and Spanish wars, died last night ivf 11 o'clock at his home in Vine street from paralysis with which he was stricken yesterday morning while eating his breakfast. He -was at Alice mines Wednesday investigating a case for the poor board and "was in. hi£ usual aealth, which has not been of the best since early in the' winter. "Major Thompson, who was better known as Jade, had bad a varied ax- perieoce. He served in the Civil ir»r. At tbe time the Sjanisii war broke out he was about to enter upon a term as poor director, but gave up the office to go with Company E, Tenth Regimenu of "which he was a second lieutenant, to the Philippines, later he served for a short time as captain of Company E and was made Inspector or rifle practice for the Tenth. He was regarded »s an eipcrt marlcs- Not a Bite of Breakfast Until "·· You Drink Water Says K glass of hot water and phoaphat* prevents (fines* and kseps i» fib kseps home "of" the Bride, where a prettily I is at the Navy League headquarters In the Title Trust building for distribution. -- appointed 6 o'clock dinner was serr- - " "" " , I -PERSONALTf F. Vi'ojnen of Conmllsville will in Jew ilays bejin a "big Liberty Loan I Miss Helen Louis^ Felty of Colum- drUe. The campaign will be carried'bus. 0.. has returned to school at OD under tho directiou of the v "Wo- t "Washington, D. C., after spending the man's commltfee ot the "Woman's ' Easter vacation -with Sir. and Mrs "Counol of National Defense, and Mrs,'vr. Wright of Will's Road. " 5. R. Goldsmith,- chairman of the, Mrs. L. H Grant and son, James | committee,'asks every patriotic wo- Edward, will spend the week-end with j man of ConnellsviUe-, "who can devote, toe former's mother, Mrs. George j aH her - ttt«e to'" selling Liberty Hughes of McKeesport. Bondti to report at the Liberty Bond Did you see the clock in Anderson- · ' " Guess the time this man. For about i, score of ye»rs he had served as constable at Mount Pleasant. Last fall he was elected * memjbcr of the county poor board on the Republican ticket When the board organized he was so llf that it was necessary that the meeting .be held at hfe bedside. Major Thompson was commander of Robert Warden Post of the Grand Army of Mount Pleasant and a member of ttc United Brethren church. The funeral Trill be Sunday at 2 o'clock from the home with Rev. T. C. Harper of the United Brethren church Just as coali when it burns, leaves behind a certain aanouift of incombustible material in the form of ashes,J so the rood an* drlnlk. taken day 'after day leaves in the alimentary canal a certain amount of indigestible material, wfcich if not completely eliminated from the system each day, becomes food for tho millions of bacteria which infest the bowels. From [ this mass of left-over waste, toxins and ptomain-HTte poisons are* formed and sticked into tho blood. Men and women who can't get feeling right must begin to take inside baths. Before eating break-fast each morning drink a glass of real hot water "with a toaspoonfui of limestone phosphate In It to "wash out of the thirty feet ot 'bowels tie previous day's accumulation o/ -poisons and toxins and to keep the entire alimentary canal clean, pure and fresh. Thc*e -who are subject to sick hoad- ctw, coldo, biliousness, constipation, others irtho vake up with bad taste, foul breath, backache, rheumaUc stiffness, or hare a aour, gassy stomach after meals, are urged to got a. quarter pound of limestone phosphate Ucing internal sanitation. Tlhis will cost very little, but is sufficient to mafce anyone an enthusiast on the subject.--A-Ar. SUNDAY SELLERS FINED J -°n»« Mei MOUNT n SI. PLEASANT, April Alex. Graham, Alex. ,ro?ins, John MRS. BELi-E CROPP HARPCR. Mrs. Belle Cropp Harper, 65 years old, wife of William Harper, died yesterday morning at 3 o'clock at her home near Flatwoods, Franklin town- She had been ill since last ·heir hearty coopera-! 0 ' Squirrel Hill, Pittsburg, Is : the drive a big sue-!*" aunt. Mrs. Mary Weaver is visiting at the C. Rose In , which will be at room ,Loucks window? No 4M on"" the fourth floor of the d°* ""P 5 and wil1 enough floor T'tle Trust building during ib e 'stain to P a!nt !lx rooms. There will campaign'. , i b e two Prizes given for the two bes( It is the. duty of every patriotic wo- ' guesses. Take a guess, you may be loan of ConnellsYtlle to do her part i t k e lucky one.--Adv.--5-2t. towards winning the war and Mrs.! Little Miss Mary V rginia Hornsby that uon in making = ,,.,, , cess. "Do your-bit' by buying one or 'home of Mr. and Mr- more Liberty Bonds and tien make N ° r * P , 1 . tt f, b " r |I t _ r ,!! t ' .» special effort to interest your neighbor and all others with whom you come in contact. 'Mrs. Goldsmith is formulating her p:ani which will be announced as soon as necessary Hi- some new 5prms fabncs we have on erature for carrying on the drive ar- j display. Dave Cohen. Tailor.--Adrt rives. Tomorrow- Mrs. Goldsmith and Mrs. Hettie Ottenbiirg and baby of Mrs, R. E. Umibi 1 ! of Vniontown. court! Scottdale and sister, Mrs James Mc- ty chairman of Payette county, expect ,Kinler of Dawson were guests last eve_to attend a. luncheon to be given a t ' n m g of Mrs Omcr Trump of Reirf- the Fort Pitt hotel, Pittsburg. in the j more, a sister of Mrs. Ottcnburg and Interest of the coming Liberty Loan Mrs - McKmley. camjai£n. The luncheon is given ty For tQ e best and cheapest repairs on thafroof, conductor or spouting, see F. T. Evans Estate.--Adv. Miss Alice Connolly of Unionlo*n Candes, Dave Unas and M» Zaiden I Christmas. Funeral from the house - · - - · - - ANNOUNCING Confirmation We are showing special today and Saturday 50 Confirmation Dresses in high grade Voiles, Nets and Lawns--lace and embroidery trimmed, at very special prices. These; I Dresses were purchased some time ago at the low market prices ai[d will save you 10% to 25% compared with the pres. em prices; j ' If ylou are in need of a Confirmation Dress do not fail to see ours as we will save you money. Announcing Knox Sailors For the Spring of 1918 Do not fail to see our Window Display of the World Famous Khox Hats for ladies Saturday. We will put on display Saturday 75 Knox Hats--the very latest styles and colors shown by them this season. These Hats are very popular priced compared with what you have been used to paying. Every one bears a Knox lable and are all guaranteed. Do not fail to see these Hats. "THE STORE AHEAD." TKe HOME of QUALITY and SERVICE. tag"to 133 N PITTSBURG Sti CONNELLSVILLEI BCTTESICK Mrs. Kellle Franks who has been visiting relatives at Vanderbilt for three weeks, has gone to Akron, Ohio. were all arrested charged wit* oeilint on Sunday and appeared bflfore Justice of the Peace L S. Rhodes. All but Dave Unas p»W tbfir fines. Oarides presented a recoiRjt showing he bad paid his fine, Cari^es will be given a hearing. Tbe mem brought their troubles before toe nor- ough council at their meeting on Monday evening and stated that they would be willing to close if the drtg stores would sell only medicine and the restaurants oni?" meals. Council You will be delighted with.the hand-i referred the matter to the burgem who stated that if these persons were infringing on the rights of tbv Assyrian, "who claims he pays his license, that thery- must sell only medicines and -- tbe women, workers of Allegheny ""^coiiatyTanS all workeiu of this coun- "\y-are-in-vited- · -- - - -Announcement has been made of the ;,jmarriase of Miss Clarihel Moyer, ~-dassater of Mr. and Mrs. James Aloyer of Gibson avenue, anti Harold N. Lose? at Hornell, N. V.. solemnized Satur;day, March 23, at Die-First Baptist church, at MeadvQle, Rev. J. H. Laud- ertaugb, the pastor, officiating. The bridegroom has returned to Camp Due, N~ J., wiere iu is a member of 'the"aviation conps. "A well attended^ meeting of the Ladies' -Aid" and Missionary Society of the United" Presbyterian church was, held yesterday afternoon at the homo of Mrs. "R'. S, Ringer in South ConnellsvtUe. Devotional exorcises were, conducted by Mrs. William Pearson,. Mrs. H. M. Corpenning gave an interesting talk on "-Missionary Milestones." Airs. J. "ft". Kennedy read a paper on "Egypt" The ladles of the society decided to meet on each Thursday of the follwing month to sew for the Red Cross. Miss NeUe James of Phillips, and John Reagan, son erf Mr. and Mrs. Martin Reagan of Uniontown, were married Wednesday morning in St, John^s CaJincJic church in Uniontown, Rev. Father B.-P^Kenna officiating. The bride, who wore "her. traveling suit, was attended ty iliss Margaret Sea- sac, a sister of the bridegroom. Joseph James, a brother of the bride, was best man. _J£r. Reagan and nis bride are both employes tJ the Union Sa.v ·yty company., iCn,. Reagan - was a clerk at Bitter and was later transferred to Continental No. 1. The ..bridegroom-is awaiting a call to the country's service. At the regular meeting of the La~ dies' Aid society of the Methodist Protestant church held yesterday afternoon in the church the ladies decided to lurnish -the church parlor. At the conclusion of the business meeting refreshments were served. Miss Dalilia Davis of Moyer and George W. Keefer of Breakneck, were married recently. The bride previous to her"marriage was an operator at the local office of the Bell Telephone company. The bridegroom is an agent tor the Prudential. Insurance company. $tr. and Mrs. -Keefer have returne'd from a honeymoon trip Hyacinths. narcissus, jonquils and other spring' flow ers formed the attractive decorations at a delightful meeting* of the Thursday Afternoon Card Club at "winch Mrs. Joseph T. Johnston was hostess yesterday afternoon at her ho ma on East Crawford avenue. Eight tables were utilized and following the games luncheon was served. Mrs. J. R. Palmer of Uniontawn, was an out ot town guest. Miss Agnea Tippman was hostess at a very enjoyaMe meeting of the 0. N. T. Fancywork club yesterday afternoon at her horns in South Pittsbuts ·treet. Eleven members and four wiests were present The afternoon was visiting at the home of her sister. Mrs Beth "Wuriran of Collier. The best place to shop after all Browaell Shoe Co.--Adv. Mrs Joseph Di-ton has returned home from a visit in Ptttsbitrg. She was accompanied by her sister, Mrs. W. B. Knolle, who -will make her future home with Mr and Mr;. Dixon. There will be' a special demonstration on Lawrence's Art Graining floor stains all ne\i week at Anderson-Loucks store. Now is the Ume to clean" up and paint up--Adv--5-2t, Mr.'and Mrs,, R. 1. Humphries of Scottdale. attended the rnarriaptp of Miss Clara Irene Smith and "William H. Humphries, both of Uniontown, solemnized yesterdav In PHta-bvirg. afternoon .at 1 o'clock and t?oni the Slatwoods Baptist church at 2 o'clock, with Rer. Hays, the pastor, and Rev D. C. "Wnitc, pastor of the church at Vanderbilt, THAT CHANGE IN WOMAN'S LIFE Mrs. Godden TeII« How It May be Passed in Safety and Comfort, rieay/Lcnun cnurcn ai vanaerDHt, Fremont, 0.--"I was passing through officiating. Deceased was born in the critical period of life, being forty- E-ownsvilie, a daughter of the late Joseph and Sarah Cropp Most of her life was spent in Dunoar township. For about 36 years aho hnd resided in Franklin township. She was the mother of 11 children, nine surviving as follows: Joseph of Donora, Mrs Sarah Strlckler of Bellevernon; Jesse of Franklin township; Leroy C , at Camp Lee, Petersburg Va.; Carrie. Rachel. Frank, Ola and Grace at home. In addition to her husband and chil- meals on Sunday and in accordance dron. Mr?. Harper Is survived by four this the Chief of Police visited jsinters: Mrs Mary Luckj, Rachel, wife of Thomas J. Hooper, and AUss Lucy Cropp, all of Connellsville. and Mrs. Ida "VVorthlngton of Dunbar township, and two brothers, Orton Ciopp «' Ohio, and Isaac Croon of Connellsvine. Mr;. Harper had a wide circle of friends In Franklin and Dun- six years of age and had all the symptoms incidenttothat change--heat flashes, nervousness, and was in a general run down condition, so it was hard for me to do my work. Lydia E. Pinkham'a V e g e t a b l e Compound was recommended to me as the best remedy for my troubles, which it surely proved to be. 1 feel better and stronger in every way since taking it, and the annoying symptoms have disappeared. " -- Mrs. it. GODDEN, 925 Napoleon St 1( Freroont, Ohio. Such annoying Symplons as heat flashes, nervousness, backache, headache, irritability and "the bines," may speedily overcome and the system KNITTERS NEEDED Crgent Call is Jsstipcl By Charleston Comforts ( omtnittce. An urgent appeal has been made for more socks for the sailors and the Charleston Comforts Branch of the Navj league of vh'.ch Mrs. J. Jlclvm Grey is chairman, has beea asked to rush socks at once to the N'avy League headquarters. As a result the Navy League knitters are asked lo knit only socks and sweaters this summer. All "knitters are asked to pay close attention to the following change made in the sweaters: Cast on 80 stitches, make sweaters 21 inches long, neck 24 inches around, arm eye 18 inches around, knit seven ribs on. each shoulder. . " Tho directions for knitting socks may be had at the Navy League headquarters. Room No. 210 Title Trust building, also samples of socks. "Wo- mea who are interested' and desire to help In the urgent need for knitted articles for the sailors are asked to call at the headquarters for directions and for yarn. The next shipment ivill he made April 12. each drug store and restaurant and told them that, only drugs and meals could be served on Sunday. SPECIAL SHOW TONIGHT Pressman'-. BencHt Flay to Be (it-ren i bar townships hy whom she was held restored to normal conditions by this - - ' - famous root and herb remedy Lydia E. Pinkaam'a Vegetable Compound. If any complications present themselves, write the Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass., for suggestions how to overcome them. The result of forty years experience is at your service and your letter held in strict confidence. For Baby Rash Ftching, chafing, scalding-, all Irrita- fions and sortnca, nothing heaii like Sykes Comfort Powder I Its extraordinary healing and soothing at Arcade Theatre. A special benefit performance of Zarrow's Follies of 1918 in a now show, -'A Night on the Roor 1 will be Siren at tho Arcade theatre this afternoon and tonight for the Conn el LOT! tie Presstoen's Union No, 116, An added attraction, Douglas Fairbanks In "Tile -Myutcry of the Flying Fish." will also be slionrn. The picture is a two reel comedy. The Lynch trio stages a bfg vaude- \ll\f act. Kellner and Kcllner have an act of rtancmp, sinptng and laHcinjj thai it fine. Rpg-uJar pncos ar? being charged. Thore arc no rec«rvetl seats. MINISTER TEACHING Out Mount Tleas»nt Pastor Filling Term at BullsUn bcliool. The Rev. T. C. Harper, pastor of the United Bnjibren church at Mount Pleasant, has heen engaged as teacher of the Rice school in BuUskin township to fill the uneipircd term of -Miss Ha^el Bowser, who resigned. There Is a full month to the end of the term TO OFFICERS. 1). P. 0. Klks m\\ Hare Installation Mondajr; to Serve Buffet J-uncti. Installation of officers of the B. P. 0. Blkfa, No. -103, will be made here on Monday 'night. Past Exalted Ruler Hill of the Scottdale lodge will install tho offtcers. After the installation a buffet lunch Trill be served. Later, Past Exalted Ruler E. L. Dusgan, ot the local lodse, will install the Elk officers in Scottdale. WELSH NAMED .INSPECTOR H1 See That Xo 3Jore JMrtj- Coal Is Shipped in the Region. In connection with the announcement of the appointment of Matthew J. "Welsh of Uniontown as inspector of coal for the Connollsville region,! Fuel Administrators V. L. Byers and C. E. Lenhart declared that the shipment of dirty coal will not be permitted. Mines which persist in putting out worthless fuel will be ordered closed. Flrat i« ~» Son. A son was born this morning to Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Corso of Altoona at the home of Mrs. Corso'e parents, Mr. and ^frs. M. J. Weidinger of Carnegie avenue. The babe Is the first in the family. Mrs. Corso was formerly Miss Gertrude "Weidinger. ih the highest nf pqteem. She was a member ot the iTasl Liberty Presbyterian church for 40 years. MISS RUTH MlI.i£R. MOUNT PUiASANT, April 5--Miss Ruth Miller, 2^ /ears old, daushler of Joseph Miller and promment in church circlet la the unvn, died yesterday at the Memorial hopitat following an operation for acutp a-p- pendlcitis. Mm* Aliiler vras taken to the hospital on Wednesday 5h« was suffering from plcuro-nneumonla and the sudden development of appendicitis made an operation necersar Miss .M) was a rneinJbijr of thp First Baptist churcb and one M the most active worker? In the eluircb. The I povrer is noticeable on fire! applicaiion. 25c at the Vlnol and other drug storeg Tie Comfort Powder Co., Bcttlcn, Mass. Dunbar will be ^.old tomorrow afternoon a: 2 ociociv. from the Rocky Sunday at''o'cloci M o u n t Ballisl churi ' h w l l h Rev ' M ' S ' at the church. Interment Mount Pleasant cemetery be in Simms officiating Grove cometcry Ictcnnem in H'lJ JtRS. M^VRTHA JANE MTLLKR. Mrs. Martha Jane Miller, aged 00 years and seven months, died } ester- day at her home at Fairview, Jefferson township. She wuo the widow of James Millor who has been dead for many yoars. She leaves two children, Joseph, at home, and Mrs. RoJjert Wolfe on a nearby farm. The funeral POSTHUMOUSJON SHARES Ktcpptlnns \re NismKM'il in I'.stnlf of | Titanic Victim. Report of John S. Christy, auditor of the estate of Mis. Annie H. Smith awarding $172,287.74 to the postbum- odb neu and widcnv of Lucien P. ^^ l be"herd"a : ."pairvl'ew'churoh'8atur- is!nul1 ' vlctlm ol lle Hard to Believe the Trutlu Nevertheless the truth is and you can convince yourseU that you can save from. $5 to $10 on any spring suit or coat, and from 53 to 55 on your spring hats. Everybody is talldng about the low prices and immense stocks to select from at the Broadway Ladies Store. Scottdale, Pa.--Adv5-3t Special Dance at Jacqnes. Monday night. Kiferle's Jazz Band. --Adv-5-3t Daughter Born. Mr. aud Mrs. Frani Berlin, of Scottdale,are parents of a l»by girl, born this morning at their home" in Broadway. The mother was Miss Irene] Miller, a sister cf Mrs. A. G. Shaw ol | East Murphy avenue, Conoellsville. day at 2 o'clock. MRS. BLANCHE T. INKS. Mrs. Blanche Treager Inks, 36 years .old, died yesterday at her home In Connollsville street, Uniontown, following an illness of pneumonia, Dereased was a sister of Mrs. Margaret Francis and Earl "W. Treager of Mount Pleasant, FRANK HAGG-BRTY. The funeral of Frank Haggerty will be held Sunday morning from Sacred Heart Catholic church, at Dawson in- stea'd of Saturday morning as previously announced. MBS. HTI^EN TOLL.IVER. The funeral of Mrs. Helen Tolliver, 23' years old, -who died at her home at lie disaster, I u h o is now Mrs. Robert. Daniels, o C ! New York City, is confirmed in au or--, der handed down by Judge J. C "\Vork i in orphans court Thursday. Judge ' "Work nib-missed tbe exceptions Filed to ' the auditors' report bj James H^ Smith of" Uuiontoivn, and -Mr Clara McKcr! ' o; .Morgantown contesting the right ( of Lucien P. Smith, Jr., and h s mother, Mrs Daniels, to share equally with ' the other heirs. i In the report Auditor Christy, a total ot $440,701 59 m Mrs. Smith's ', estate is ready for distribution. Tno Given Hearings. Two prisoners were sentenced by Majoi John Duggn this morning, one go f t;ng two days o.n the streets ar.d the ott-sr 48 hours. Two others left forfeits. Home From Pitts bun;. ·Whiter McCune of Vanderbtlt has returned home after a visit with relatives and friends in Pittsburg. He was accompanied home by his sister, Miss Sadie McCune, and nieces Irene and Sadie McCnne of North Bessemer. Mrs. Mnsicale For Brother. Diilsworth McNaire and sister. Miss Sadie McCune, gave a delightful musicale in honor of their brother, Walter McCune of Vanderbilt, who left yesterday with the draftees for Camp Lee, Petersburg, Va Boy a Liberty Bond Salnrday. CHILDREN NEED FOOD-NOT ALCOHOL How careless it is to accept alcoholic medicine for children when everybody, knows that their whole health and growth depends upon correct nourishment. If your children are pale, listless, underweight or puny, they absolutely need the special, concentrated foo'd that only scorn ENVISION gives, to improve their nutrition and repair waste caused by youthful activity. During school term all children should be given Scott's Emulsion because it benefits their' blood, sharpens their appetite and rebuilds their' strength by sheer force of its great nourishing power. 17-17' DAVIDSON'S The Store Ahead. Highest Quality. , Lowest Prices. Our new plan of doing business has been in operation for 30 days, and we are very much pleased with the results, and our patrons more than satisfied, for they see that by buying on a Cash basis, ajid paying for the service that they may want, that they can and do save money. Give our plan a 30 day trial and we know you will not go back to the old way of Free Delivery and High Pnces. We Will Save You 15 to 20 Per Cent. 25 IDS. White Sat.n Dour fl.45 10 Ib. sack Corn Meal OSc Fancy Head Rice, per Ib -- He Kxtra Choice Rio Co/Tee, Ib. l(!c Extra Choice Santos Soffee, Fancy Ruby Blend Colfce, Ib. 'J;!e Pure Cocoa, (loose) Ib. iSc Vanilla, or Lemon. Kxfracl, bottle 10c Jell-O, all flavors, pckg. flc Jiffy Jell, all flavors pckg. _ lie Large cans Tomatoes , 14c Small cans Tomatoes 12c Ahcf Bakfd Ceans large can l."c Durkee Salad Dressing, hot 2,io I^arpe boulc Catsup ),"ic Quart Jar Mustard . 25c Large Tumbler Mustard lOc Large can Davidson Baking Powdrr ,, 25c Good Laundry Soap, 7 bars 25c Silver Gloss Soap, 5 bars -- 25c Eitra good Potatoes, peck-- 3Dc Good Yellow Onions, !b. 2c Fancy Appjes, hall peck _ SOc Solid Cabbage. Ib. oc lima Beans, Ib. 17c P.ed ludney Beans, Ib, 14c Pmio Beans, Ib. 12c V Dill Pickles, doz. ._ l.'ic and SOc Rauer raut. large ran I5c Tomato or Vegetable Soup, can l(*c Vegetables for Soup, can -- 15c Lemon Clins Peaches, can--. 22c Large can Pineapple 2.V: Fancy Pears, large can JSc Seeded Raisins, pcfcg. lie Kxtra Good Prunes, !b. -- I.le Extra Choice Peaches. Ib. -- l"c Old Dutch Cleanser, can __ Sc I^arge package Gold Dust 23c l^rge roll Toilet Paper 4c TVe Haie tl)e Highest Grade of Oleomargarine hi tie City at tie Lowest Prices. Purity Nut. II) S4c j Moxley's Special, Ib. 3fc Bucks;p ib 32c | Mo.\ley's Daisy, ib. 31c Diamond A, per pound ,,_ SOc If Ton IVnnt the Finest Fresh or Smonrd Meats in Town Get Them at Our Moat Counter. H o l\il! Sale Ton 2c lo 4c Per Found. J. R. DAVIDSON CO. "THE STORE THAT DOES THIXGS FOK YOC" 109 WEST 3LAIX STREET, COXSELLSVILLE, PA. Liltrly and Oliver Aocnaes Pittsburgh. Pa. Suits, Dresses, Coats, Waists, Girl's Wear, etc. of marked excellence and exclusive style Purchases may be made by mail in perfect safety and with greatest convenience. We pay cost of delivery. · Money back if you want it. Aidtcn Mall Order Deportment MEYER JONASSON A CO. Piltsitagh, Pa.

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