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PAGE SIX. tJATrnr COUKITOIC, ccmm .x/rsv~rL7L7E, PA!. THURSDAY, .TANT7ART 23, P E R S O N A L M E N T I O N Mrs. WaUov Bowlin ot IVIurphy ave- nuo, who has been 111 for the past' week, la slightly Improved. We carry a complete lino ot valentine*, nipkliw and place cards. Every- t h i n g for valentine at Kestnor's Book Store, 125 \V. A p p l e street.--Adver-i lispment.--22jan4l, .Mrs. (Jeor,?e II Kgnot of Uniontown, f o r m e r l y o£ Summit, 1.; reported re- cMLpo-nitiiig at tho Uniontown Hospital, where mhe underwent o, serious operation. She has been a patient there sinro January 9. Auction sale of Wenner's warehouse f u r n i t u r e stork, starting Friduy, Taiiu- nry 24th, 2 30 and 7:30 P. M., at Wanner'* Store, next to Waiting Room, Scot tdalo.--\dvertteetnent.--23janlt. Michael Franks of Uniontown spent Monday evening in ConnelHvillo visiting with Ci lends. The I n t e r m e d i a t e Christian Endeavor w i l l hold a food suls Saturday. .Inintary 2,", in Fox' wall paper store, ti"rittli Pltisburg street.--Advertise- MP,. i;elu 13. Smith is visiting reia- tiviM in Hollo Vernon. Mr. nul Mrs. Reid Eutsey and children of Ove-nsdulo were guests Sunday of Mr 4. Kut^eyS Urot lor-in-luw J a n d sister, Mr. anil Mrs. noss Koeen and her moili-cr, Mrs. Ktlwa.nl Shaffer, all of l-ho-rso'ti, last Sunday. MK.SI Lotiko Vocoh n r i l v e d In New 'i OrK la-t evening from a West lud'-oa cruise. Tho t o m i i t covered over 5,0'00 inilcK on I.md and MM. Miss Verch made calls .it Sim J u a n , Santo Domingo, Kin[,s-tou. I'aunivH and Uaviitui. lidwartl iliuery district passenger acent of C-.o Union Pacific .Railroad, \\as v t - i t i u f t in F a j e t t o county Monday a in! Tuesday. Mr. Emery lived in Connellsvil'c u n t i l 190 t and liai never lost r o n t r i c t A \ i t h his, old K;\y-ette c o u n t y a' --delates. M i s . 1). ('. Fos,M»linaTi of Soutli 1'ltfs- b u r f ? «tre"t v i h i t e d her parents, Mr. and Mrs T l . (!. L'mhel of Unlontown Mr.-i J o h n I C v e r e t t of East Cedar avenue ana i l i i n g h t e r , M)'b. J o h n K \ c r {\ of t J i u - t h l i e l d , were I'nioutown visitors j o i t e r d a y . Aunt Het "Ellen used to say she wouldn't nevr wear bl omers, but that was before they got a car with a rumble seat.:' BLAKE HIGHLY GRATIFIED OVJKli YOUGH HEAKING MOTHER IN JAIL, FIVE CHILDREN LEAVE COUNTY HOME TO "KEEP HOUSE" Special to Tho CourKr. CHKlOXSUfRG, J a n . 23.--In dire need of help and attempting to "keep house," (Uo small children of Mrs. Ruth S l i t t t . of Mount Pleasant, were found in their home there Tuesday by Count) D e t e c t i v e Noah Cohen where t h e y had -akeu refuge a f t e r running ciway Iron 1 the Westmoreland County Home last week. Today t h e c h i l d r e n were warm and c o m f o r t a b l e In tho home of their older brjthcr, H a l p h S l i t t i , ot Mount Ploa,s- a n t , who signed an affidavit lo main- t a i n t h e m tor tho present. Vlie chi (iron are Kmlly, Cnrmen, L a u r u , Ja n^s and Michael Slitti and i cH'ge in age trom nve to 13 years. Tho l a t t e i p a r t of tho last year tho children \veie platt-d in the County Home a f t e r t h e i r mother had been ( onvict-o-d of l i q u o r law \iolation and had been o p n t w i c e d to serve one year In t h e c o u n t y jail. Hoc o m i h g t i r e d of the routine of tho County Home and anxious to go back (o llH'ir home at M o u n t Pleasant, the c h i l d r e n 1 n't s u d d e n l y ' l a s t week without n o t i l v i u t ; a u t h o r i t i e s Going back to t h e i r o'd home they subsisted upon food inoMly c o n t r i b u t e d by neighbors. In the meiiiwhile Chief County Detect i v e John It/e! w.is notllled and he detailed A s s i s t a n t C o u n t y Detective Cohen to i n v e s t i g a t e tho conditions. HOTEL IAN KILLED BY 12-STORY FALL C o n t i n u e d from Puge One. endorsed the canalization project nnd whoso ondcraenients wore p a r t ot the paver book hu Imlerl the Council of Jewish "Women, Junior Order, United American Mechanics, Rotary Club, Kiwanl.s CHrb, Board oE Trade, New Haven How Company, U n i t y Fraternity, Milton L. B shop Post of the Am- c-rican Legion and Mayor II. D. Ml- nord for tho'Citv Council. In addition numerou.-i intniiirActurlng concerns and business himsefs added thoir en- dorsoinents. "WASHINGTON'. Jan. 23.-- Conftdenco t b a t t h o A i i n y ciigineenj w i l l approve the plan lor ma K i n g the Youghiogheuy Klvor u iiavlgal'Io stream find that he will bo ahlo in a couple of weolra to «1 v.i nee logishitioji in tho Houee on the project wa expressed hy Repro- « e n t a t t v o Samnol A. Kendall of Mey- orsdale. on hte r e t u r n from a hearing before tho d i s t r i c t engineer at Pitts- In cooperation with representatives of the Yoitsjhio^hony R i v e r Improvement Association, Mr. Kendall eel bc- foro L/toutejiant Colonel Jarvls ,1. Bain the advantagoa which would accrue to great arcasi of Pennsylvania and other stateu through provision for navigation !« fie Voughlogheny. "Tho confer -nee- was businesslike and practical," said Mr. Kendall, "and the members of the Improvement Association pri suntcd facts which may he -clpscribtxl ; s i r r c f u t a b ' e . Colonel Jlain fihowed r .il undcrritiiiKling of tho situation anI 1 feel sure wo c;yi count on him for a. hivorahle report. " \Mr. Kendall w i l l follow t h e re pool into the office* of tho Board of Kngj- rioerri for niveis and Kurbom and i n t o the- Hivera a n i l ITarliori Coinmittoo of rhe Jfoiisc. w i t i hope that he may got the j reject bel ire Congress lor action in the prosont session. About $1.500000 w i l l he required to riL-irt t h e worli alter w h i c h appropriations will bo a ked for its continuance through to completion. P J U I . A n K M H U A , Jan. 23.--Churle» K. !«iUi'g, 45, m a n a g e r oi the Hotel A i l o l p h l a h e r e fell f r o m the 12th floor tire (i-.c.ii)-' of tlc hotel to a back street and \\4'. I illcd l i i i l a n t l y s h o r t l y bot'oro noon K - d i i y . Good n j . u ho has been b u f f e r i n g Iron) i n t i iMi'.uil t i o u b l c and vertigo spoils i ii oi'ie time, accouliiiK to his p h y r i h l a n loft homo at S'»|() A. M., a p p a r e n t l y in excellent spirit*. Hotel atf.u-hff, cs.iid lie was taken suddenly ill and w n i i t o u t on the lire cHcapc for ;ir an.I i' !1 to tho street. FOREST FIRE DRIVES mm FROM HOMES By (jiiitol PrcsH NOTITII BKS'D, Wash., Jan. I!.').-- A m i d - w i n t e r f o t e s i (ire swept over frozen mountain slopes noar hero today, destroy in ; ranch houses, threatening railroad property ami isolating tho comnuuitt of Cedar Falls, site o£ Sc-attle'ii wiite project, Practically all residents oC the threatened ar as fled their homos. GCOD-BYE ITCHING SKIN n x i l l i l n i ; , In i L n i ? iirnt t r e n i C n U o u t l y · · M i ' i c u l i v l . s l l i l o y.etnt l u l u K S cool i ! i o f l l i c h l n K f i K l n . l ^ \ e n w h o m s K i n !s a w s i r a d p t - e l i r t K . t h o u s u i u l a l i a \ i f ' H i ' i t U n i t '/.ciin, ( j u l c k l y rc- . s t u r t i i - i i i i l o i t . I t l i f l j j u g n i u n t h away l i l r n i l s l i i · and c l t . i r U]i j ' m i p l p i , Hash a n d ctlii--.' . u i n u j l i i s l u ' i l n K H k i n and Mt.ilii I t i l i . t ( ! » i i s t^rfji c l e a n , a j i t l - wC'iitii. i'i IIKI iilwa.Vi on hainl. I'so 11 I t c e l j . U is :Mif«, p l o mant. 85 - . GOo and ^ I . O u . Sold e v o r y w i i e r o . -- A d v e i ' - ttSi.1111 l i t A Way to Stop Attacks of Fits R e p " ' t s arc t r e a t m e n t tint proved s u c e o f n t t a o K B It. Ave., M I l w M i i l p l y i n g s u f f e r . He nou r M'Hh imvo not boei riiiilcliiK tho ai ous t r o a t n i e n A n y o n e till Hi ' f r e e U e a l m P i i A d v o i t [yi men i r e c e i v e d of an a t o p i l e i J t l c a s t a t o liaa , f u t in s t o p p i n g t h e i r Lepso, Apt. 0^, I s l a n d ea, ^Vis. 1 has been eup- rh w i t h t h i s t r e a t m e n t , f tf ro'icli all those \vlio i h e l p e d and to do BO Is i i i t l l i i K o f f e r of a « « n o r - frei t o f i l l B i l f f e r e r n . eil H h u u l d \ \ r l t e tor this t at once, g i v i n g - age Has the laxative in your hoi ne a family doctor's approval ? Mo/itrl Mocllnir T The M i ^ a i t C l u b will meet tonight H! t h e C h i l s i l u n Cliurch, bog:!lining at s o' Ui K IM.uis w i l l IH uiado lor tho l ' o i n c d y I h c c l u b io to present ici t h . Broken Hull Delays Train. V N I O N T C W N , Jan. 23.--A broken rail jufit bolow tho Uniontown station ot the Baltimore Ohio delayed i\'o. US, Fairmont io Vitteburg train for one hour this momlng. Tho break occurred when a s h i f t i n g engino leaving: a aiding lost the fianga on a driving wheel and tore up the track and broke tho mil for a distance oC eevoral weet. Tho accident occurred at 7:20 o'clock. Appendicitis Operation, Harry R. Isoth u n d e r w e n t an operation [or appi ndicitii} at the Connoils- ville State I!capital this morning. Fresh-- Pure -- i C I O U S "Fresh from the Gardens" In Packets and I n d i v i d u a l Tef-Bogs R03 M OST of us value our health too much to purposely nog- Ipct ourselves when wo are v.'arned ro£ constipation by bad breath, feverishness, biliousness, a headache, lack of appetite, or that weak, helpless feeling. The contincation of our trouble is more often due to the things we do rather than the things we leave undone. Some things people do to help the bowels really weaken these organs. Only a doctor knows what things will cleanse the system without harm. That's why the laxative in your homo_ should have a family doctor's approval, A wonderful product now known to millions of people as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a family doctor's prescription for sluggish bowels. It never varies from the original prescription which Dr. Cildwcll wrote thousands ot times in his many years of practice at Monticello, Illinois. He proved it safe and reliable for woms.i and children; thoroughly offec ive for tho most robust men. He showed it actually corrects const pation, It is made from fresh he ba and other pure ingredients. Since Dr, Caldwell flr it permitted his prescription to be" put up in bottles and sold hrough drug stores, it has in ;reased steadily in popularity unt 1 today it is the largest Belling 'ixativej in the world! DR. W. B. CALDWELL'S SYRLP PEPSIN A Doctor's Family Laxative MRS. SCHROEDER'S TALK ALL ABOUT HER SON, BONNIE By United Presa, J:L PASO, Tex., Jail. 23--A young mother, known lo police of the Ni- tion as a. "dangerous woman," sped eastward towaixl I'onn.sylvania today to battle against the law for hor life. She Is Mrs, Irene Hchroeder, 22, chrged with murder in 'connection w t h the fatal shooting of Highway Patrolman Brady Paul of New Castlu, Pa., the night of December 27. With her is Glenn Daguo, ^ former email town salesman and her sweetheart, who was captured with her and Joe Huston after n gun battle ·with authorities near Chandler, Ariz., and who face*! the eamo charge. Mrs. Schroeder exhibited none of tho hardness attributed to her as she rode eastward. She appeared tired and talked in a low voice. Her four-yoai'-old eon, Donnie, the bciy who first shunted nuepicion ot Paul's death toward her when ho told police "my mamma tihol a policeman," wjo tho major topic of her conversation. "Donnie calls me 'mother,' " she said and smiled. "But -whon he n a n l s fcomclhing and fe not suro he w i l l j-'et it---lie ccilln me 'mother, dearest mother,'" Sheriff Johnhlon h,iil that JH. Schroeder had relui-od U discuss tho Pennsylvania, fchootinn anl that reports «he had conferred wore erronc- on.i. "She' w i l l t a l k about Ponnlo by tho hour," tho sheriff «,akl, "but she won't discuss I he shooting " This action followed an e f f o r t Iry A t t o r n e y P. 1,. Ko-enbloom of Wheel- I n g to r e t u r n Donnie to his g r a n d parents at Bonwood, W. Va. Distri' t Attorney John Power.s w e n t before A b l e i i n a n W i l l i a m 10 Marshall and Hiked for a w r i t h o l d i n g Donnie. Tlix* request was g r a n t e d and probation o/licers w-ere notiije'l She boy was not to be released unless bond of $20,000 furnished. TOUttlSTS JIUSJI 1IOM 5 WHEN PET SPA3ttE}i DIES FllOM A BROKEN' J«:ART By IJnlbMl Prcs HOT SPIUNOS, Ark., Ja O'Neill and his wife pleasures of travel whiol riches to Bpeod across today to attend the fuuc-i dies," their seveu-ycar-c which died o£ a bioken h- absence. The O'Neills, happy In t winter louring on a forti wheat, wore grief-strlcke terday whon a telegram a "Cuddles' heart action is- Thcy wept pub-Ikly whe wire advised t h e m of t h e O'Neill said ho botiev died of a broken heart Im absence of his master a l. 23.--J. B. orsook, the came with he country il of "Cud- Id Spaniel, arl in their a luxury ot tie made, in i here yes- Ivlsed them very low." i a second dog's death. J. the dog uced by the id mistress. SPENT 35 CENTS PILES ALL GONE When you're horribly m a d d e n i n g itching and ri-nion of rectum--sure a .suffering with plies and .start to take care of ther w i t h Peterson's O i n t m e n t a i l m e n t grown bcricus. Just apply wondrously healing I'oterson'.s--am hoard how It's helped i severe and long stancll piles lor past .'{0 years, t e r r i b l e itching and jiaiti won't f a l l lo b r i n g l a s t l n matter ho\\ s t u b b o r n ' y o bo. Mr. 0. H. W a s h i n g t o n i villa, Mo., w i i t e s : "I t Feterson'H O i n t m e n t ai been bothered with piles- A gonorous box for 35 drug store. Au nnbeatal remedy lor bruiaCH, ra skin, blemishes, pimples c h a f i n g , and old' sore 1 mi nt. tortured )jy burning in' i fire you're you'd better right uwny before your .nothing and ely you've oousandii ol ig cases ' of imtfuitiy the slops and it comfort, no r piles may f Ciaruthers- ot a box £ 1 have not Biace." cents at any le household lies, itching blackheads, .--Advertise- XJOW CAST!.10, Jan. 23.--Uonnio Schroeder, four-year-old son of Irene Schroeder, e n i o u t o he-re in custody of J.awrenca c o u n t y detectives to faco charges in connection w i t h the k i l l i n g of Corporal B r a d y Paul, was held under $20,000 bond here today an a material witness in Paul's death. jB. OF L. E. SUED BY FLORID/, FIRM FOR ^.900,000 FRIGID WAVE LIFTS OVER WESTERN PART; CHILLY IN SOUTH By U n i t e d I'rcss. CHICAGO, Jan. 23.--Whiter oas*d Its trottling grip on tho western two- thirds oC the United St.ateK today and porrnlttod th« mercury to start sin ascent toward the zero m a r k for the first time In two days. One blizzard had bloivn it«-elf from the SoutlnveHt into iiolhingnoas oven' tho tepid G u l f of Mexico but another showed tiiKns of, powdering th-e Northwest with snow and proving lo tureg ·far*her down bolow zero. TemrH i ratuis rows liowovor, in the Rocky M o u n t a i n States and In tli-o Southwest, where sub-xero weather had ruled for two flays. Th-e mercury registered scvorul p o t n t a below zero in the Central States a r o u n d Chicago with the promise of weal her oflicialb, howflv-or, tha.t a bright sun will w a r m lip the atmosphere later today. Yesterday again demonstrated (he fiokl-enes of the \v*ather god 6 !. In Canada, where th-e blizzards brew and t h e n roll southward to freey.e ih-o f n i t e d States, moderate weather prevailed. But In the South, where northerner.s po to earape cold weatlier it was c h i l l y enough t u r an onvercoat. In i.oui.slana ii wah near zero. In Alaska tho temperature was '28 above In plactri and Medicine Hat, always tho continent'';* coldest spot, was wurm-or than Chicago U j U u l l e i l 1'rt ^s. NK\V YORK, Jan. 23. -Claudius II. Huston, chairman of th · Republican National Committee, the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineer . and George T. Webb, former Brothe hood 1 trustee, ore named defendants Ii a suit for $900,000 Illed hy E. H. P Ice Company, a Sariiflota, Via.., real -e itato iirin, in Federal Court, here The suit, bneed on wo- chargce, breach of contract and fraud, is the result of a Florida lan development noar Sarabotu known as Vejilce. According to the con plaint, which Vincent T. Follmar, att jrnuy for the 1 plaintiff said w i l l b file i today, Webb · is accused "on informal! in and belief" 1 of having "misapproprl ted and converted" Sf57'i,000 of the Brotherhood's money, w h i c h was to h ive been pakl (he IMoe company, to h i » own use. Ilumtou is charged wi h acting "in concert w i t h Webb to th disadvantage and detriment (if the · aid Brotherhood." to a s t a t e m e n t to nov apapera, Hue- toil denied any part Ii the contract the Brotherhood mode vith tho Price company, which was lo profit five per cent in tho Venice proj-i ct. IlosncU, SrhlnlliiBer Company Adjuate.-s of Federal nnd Htnte Taxes A c p o u n t n n f s nnd Auditors Mlo-2l Pnrk B u i l d i n g Pn. Stunt Program Entertainr lent For ciotarians A h t i i n t program wan carried out at the noon l u n c h e o n of il e lintary Club today, n i n n y oC the in-ei ibcrs being on the " b u t t " end of tho hnmoi'uua en- t e r l a i n n n - n t I\r Ii. i j m:o and IL rry (1. Brown were in r h a r g u of the irogram. ill With 1'neni lonln. Mrs. K a t h a r i n e Gti en ot South Pittsbnrg Btre-et is C( nllned to the Counellsviilo State Ho ,piLal w i t h an attack of pneumonia. Admit tort to II KpItJil. Mi's. A. V. C-ioh of S j u t h ConnpllB- IniK b^en ddmittc I lo t h e Conn e l l s v i l l e S t n t o JIospl al for t r e a t - ment- Specials for Friday and Saturday jUTl stock of homo remedies is most complete. We carry every tonic and l i n a m e n t which is of recognized benefit. No matter ivhat you ivant, just come in and ask for it. We have a bottlo ^vaitiii!? for you. Order by phone. Our boy delivers to all parts of the ottj. 75c, $1.50, $2.00 Stationery Finest quality linen paper and envelopes, but boxes are slightly soiled from h a n d l i n g 85c Knischen Malts 72c $1.50 Flasb Light 98c Entire Stock Ivory Toilette Articles I t JP f /4 Off Jergen's Soap Assoi ted scents. H e g u - Inrly priced at 15c, 3 Cakes 29c Chocolates 73r, Jonteel Assorted !hocol:Hes 49c Lb. A. Koal Value! KLBA'/O TOOTH V V r i T K K L K N 7 - 0 TOOTH HIIUSH and BRUSH HOLDER Sue Value, All 1V r $1.25 Creo Emulsion $1.20 V f u o l 98c 50c J/avoris 39c $4.00 Electric Percolator Complete. 8-Cup Capacity. Coty's Powder All shades. $1.00 value Mineral Oil Ono-phit bottles, llegu- Kirly priced at 75c -- 49c $1.00 Double Whipped Cleansing: Cream 79c OPEN ALL DAY EVERY SUNDAY M 124 West Crawford Ave., Connellsville, Pa. Always happy and comfortable; free from colds O P COURSE every family has a "best" baby in it. But some babies are a lot nicer than others just tha same. And that is HO largely a matter of health. For psychologists and medical men say that good nature in babies is dependent largely on their " comfort. They are too little to tell you what ails them. So they cry. And you have to guess it's a rash, or chafed skin, or a stopped-up nose. / That is, you guess, unless you are wise enough to prevent these troubles with the handy "Vaseline" jar. For "Vaseline" Petroleum Jelly is nn essential part of any baby outfit. Apply it to the baby's skin after the bath; to the head too; then take little 1 swabs of cotton on toothpicks, dip it into the Jelly, and very gently apply to the baby's nostrils. This Cleanses and lubricates. Tends to prevent colds. These are easy, safe things to do. Ask your doctor. "Vaseline" Jelly has been used by mothers and doctors and hospitals for half a century. to ESTABLISHED IN , 1 9 O N F A Y E T T E COUNTY FINANCIAL CONDITION Sound financial conditions of business is one of the greatest promoters of prosperity. Prudent is he who keeps his financial affairs in good, healthy condition. Checking Accounts are invited. TITLE TRUST OF WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA CON N E L LS VI LL E, PA, The.Only Bank in this C o m m u n i t y that originally paid and has constantly paid 4%,on Savings Accounts r lo NEW YORK and ( PHILADELPHIA j! $6 JO to BALTIMORE I and return SATURDAY January 25 From Conuollsville Special Train -will lenye at 7»6 !' P.M. For UetnUa Consult Acentu. STOP THAT COLD BEFORE IT STOPS YOU - ASK FOR THE PURPLE BOX-AT YOUR DRUGGIST YOUR NAME Is it on our subscription Hut? We will guarantee you full value FOR YOUR MONEY PAINT UP! A dollar's ivorth of satisfaction for every one you spend. Call And You'll Get ItJ Phone 841. When You Have Something You Want to Sell Advertise* It in O«r Classified Column.,

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