The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 24, 1930 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
January 24, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

Publication:
Location:
Connellsville, Pennsylvania
Issue Date:
Friday, January 24, 1930
Page:
Page 6
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 6 article text (OCR)

PAGE snc P E R S O N A L M E N T I O N T)T. A. J. Cottjorn who has bcon con- fiuocl to his ,home for tho past two months will lo able to attend to'his work at his office d u r i n g the aiiter- uoons. tr. Co-lborn plants to visit -hl« office for the first timo cm Monday «f to moon. We carry a complete line of valentines, nartlduB ana place cards. Every- t h i n g for valentine at Kestrier's Book Store. 125 W. Applft street.--Atlver- tisemont.---22jan-1t. Mv. ami Mis. William Stewart ol n;imbi?vftbur;;, who were called hero by UK; illnotfw: of t h e i r daughter, Miss J.,ponH. S t e w a r t , returnc-cl home yesterday hy wotor. Miss Stewart was able to aeeoir.'pany ilit'm. Tho Intermediate- C h r i s t i a n Kn- deavor will hold a food sale Saturday, J a n u a r y 23, I n Fox' vail paper store, South Pitlsliurg stract.--Advertise- ment.---23jan-:!t. 'Mrs. St-olln. Ford of South Kighth Ktrcot, Green wood, who was called to M o u n t Pleasant by t h t ilhios.H C her iiiooo, ;\!r;'.. UusxiMl Koontz, r e t u r n e d homo liti-l- ukM. Mrs;. KoontM UIKUM-- \venl an operation for tippotullcltiu at, tins Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mris. A. .1. Hrowii ot S o u t h N i n t h street, Greenwood, wont to Dw- mout. Pittslnn-i; to v i s i t , t h e i r bo-u-iii- liiw a n d d a u g h t e r . Mr. ;uu! Mrs. U. K. Munis f o r m e ; ly oC C ' o n n e l l s v i l l e , They w i l l lit tend the comnien-eiiuMit. FX- (,,.(.JKOS of UM I.iorn-.O'.it High ' S f h o o l tu'iif,'!i(. ' M i ' ; ' L i l l i a n H u m s daughter of A i r . a n d 'Mrs. B u r m » and a g r u n d d u u s h U ' v of Mr. and Mrs. l i r o w u is a inom'her ot iUi ^ r a d u a t i n s c!ais. Airs. C. 1!. W i l l i a m s of York avenue was n I M M - O u i r g visitor t o d a y . Mrs. S.I'.. Frock a n d KranclchuighUT, Mis* L n u i r ' e , '.' I ' n i o n t o w i i left y-e-it c r d u y by wot or for Miami. Fin., where they w i l l 'spend the w i n t e r . Mr. and Mrs. C h a r l e s Frock and daughter. Xuncy. w i l l join them l a t e r . Mrs. S. K. Frock formerly rcoi.'.ed in Connells- v i l l e . Mrs. .1. K. W i l l i a m s ;u,d son, .lack, w e r e l.'iiiositowri visitors y e w l r d n y . Mrs. V i r c i l Black of Confluence is reported to be seriously Hi. She h u r t been eoiitliunl to her bed f u r somo t i m e P U S l . Mr.s. J. .1, Smith .of Somerset has h.H'ii discharged f r o m a hospital In Boston, MasB., and is v e s t i n g coru- for tnbly at hot- home. Mrs. Smith is u former resident of this city. There IB not much improvement in the eo-mlUU'ii of M a r j o r i o Lee Swan who has been ill for the past f o u r weeks at this home ol her m o t h e r , Mrs. meaner Swan c-t Jefferson street. She is r o u t i n e d to her bed. Mr. a r i d Mrs. W i l l i a m 11. K c U m a u of K r a u k l l t i a v n u e h a v o r o t u r n e d home a f t e r a ten-day visit with Mr. Kckman's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mr.i. Dan F, Koepke of Cleveland, Ohio. Aunt Het ".laiK 1 K e t t i n ' a d i v o r c e d i d n ' t surprise nu n- no. A woman o' t h i r t y u i n ' t l e a f M n " no l i f e o 1 hllsa if sho don't, s l r v i t e n up w h e n she gets married." C H I L D R E K f r o m CRIB TO* COLLEGE Complisd t-y tho b'ciltora of T(-ia PARENTS' MAGAZINS Chicago Seeking 50-Million Loan Of Corporations O'lillruioi! from T'tigv On*, f i n d biddor.'i for a bond tssuo of 11,500,000. That menus, Com-mJfisloner M i c h - j ael tgoa s.ilrt, t h a t preliminary work j on tho World's Kalr hi 19M must bo j nnd $(1,000,000 worth of 1m-1 '2. Two c.aal contractors, who f u r - nish fuel I'or h u l l ' tho schools, asked payment ot hll-l« Vu« sinc-o last full, Jhpro ta no money to meet them. j Ii. Almost 3,000 county employes i went to work to find no ptiyclu'i'ks awi-iltlng t)H"iii. Thoy havo .?377,S!i;i coming to them Inil tho c o u n t y twits- u r y if oinpty ami $7,onO,tKW) w o r t h o f j tax w a r r a n t s remain offered but u n sold. ·I' Today was pay day for 13,230 nchool touchers hut t h e y d i d n ' t g-at their checks far thai treasury iils-o lo The a t r p l f i f i o is horc nnd lit're to stny. The y o u n g e r ^onorutlon ucL-ppts it us n m u t t e r "f COUI-KC, and will not bo denied tho t i rills and conveniences t h a t It represents. If f-ho o'dor Ken- oration c a n n n t j i f c o j i t ' it tn the K f i m n spirit, t h e y w i l l f i n d ihempel vt'a forced to do KO as n - n a t t e r ot ^heer nci-es- Those who ,-iav( contr.'K'ted cii!d« should s e p a r a t i - themselves as much as possible from oiln-r fiie/nbcrs of the family. They -dioiild UKO only t h f ' l r own towel.* n i n i W;IB!I t h e i r ha::ids fre- q u e n t l y . Their p a l i i i H u t e n s i l s should be wusljed seppnitcly in lioilitiir water. A w h o l e f:u time w i t h mod' fernhiy, in fire one n generous post t h i t t ouch h u n t of f a t h e r f a m i l y do^ or : best ono nnd t! should In? simp' npplo, or n nev- i l l y cnn h a v o n good !!ng day. I'lty it, pro- ·lontid cans, ;rivo ovcry- ( i n i m i n t and t h e n HU::iii!! inodel jh p o r t r a i t or m o t h e r or even t h e 'it, w i t h n prize for l l i o ie funniest one. Prizes e--;i plot'c of candy, tin pencil. DC tho six phuiB offMv«i, the ono advanc.od by WUHani H. AI:iIon», stato (as i-uinmiHSloiwr, nyix.'arod to ofi'or Hit- nu;st hope. Mnlou.o, who saiii ho 1'oU l i k o he wtis "buUluK in," " t- in-oitchod tho i i l t n o t - i Central, (ho iioi-k I.ila-.Td and the Chicago, Burilui;- lon . ( J u i n c y rtiUvoada with tho iirop- 's?ition Unit t h e y p u t t h e i r s t i r p l u B i'uinlH !nti t a x f i n t i f l p u M o i i w a r r a n t s a n d I b u s t u r n i n t o tlio t.re;wiury HOIIHI ot ihc l u i l U o n s lu'ct'ssiiry for opcrut- i n s C h i c a g o for t h t . next fi»w months. Tlic tax c-oiiiniisslouorft of the roadn iudii-ati.'d t h a t t-hoy would ihrow in (!n.'T roscrvea if M u l o n o could promise t h a t t h a t the m o n e y c o u l d b* x anpllod on (u't«al lax p a y m e n t s when aud if thoy ari collocted. Malono took tho offer niidov adviyetnent. T-oday MHlone approaclwd Stuiuiol i t i h i i U , ! i t i l i t i i ' ' i magnate, KiiUHnp i;(.'iiiu-. of :i srov^.or ii!on» I'orpor.nions \viioso a^.sct.-* l i ' M p t n pivo Chicago itf pl;u-i iiir.nug tin.' t'orcmost industrial cities of Hie world. Sliaw Strawn, I n t e r n a t i o n a l l y known attornoy am! head of thft r t t l z o n K "ros- c.ue- coniiulttoi'," wa« n e x t oti tho pro- XJ'iini UK :t ropri?si»nta;.U'(.' o! t h e bank- «rs. \Win alreadv- hold $lSfl.OOO.OOO worth of w a r r a n t s long ovordup and who h a v o rfiu-oc! so far to cxttfnd nwro r r e d l t to the city on the vorgo of iinuiicia.l chaos. Straw n and hl» c o m m i t t e e of 76 also was w o r k i n g on a plan of emergency roik'f wlik-h It waa understood, would pr»o! whutovor money the city has or obtains and t h e n do to H out where naostt iu- i :Ud. Details of tho plan wove ocpecte-d t-. Iw made p u b l i c later today. S u n d a y Srrvh-o Rev. J. M. COR Icy of tho M c i h o d i w t ' K i i l n - v i i w i l r i n i r c l i f.t A ' j i i ! . - ! v r b i l l ( w i l l r r o . i i - i i ; . i i d coiidnrl. c o m m u n i o n s c v v - U:t» B. i t m N o t ' M i u l v l I l e M c t l u ' d i s i . W p i w - i-opo.1 C . n i r i ' U S u n d a y n i o n i l u i ; . Tlui .".-.··rvlcf 1 v i ! l !.f:;in af 1 1 o ' c i o r l t S i m d a y 8.'iirot n\ 1 . : - M . l , l o \ i l M U ! M ' ;. H i ! ( K ' i - i n t . i ! u U M H . - Th." i - u b l i i - :.-.'. i . i - d t . , ! !v i n v i t t - l i ' . l i \ o so; . ! . , - - . The telephn busy h p u s n w l f t the k i t c h e n -at resulls In n m the telephone. portiiblft pliom \i\'wherever th electric llelii plione cim Iio -it: !s tho bane o:? th« · s ex is tones, for leaving n erit.lcnl moment often :nor irngp.y. H u t now company lui'J provided s w h i c h can lie plugged ·n is an o u t l e t ( l i k e the floor pliijfs) and tlic ·urrled Into tho kitchen. The h u l r - f very young hnhles j;iHiili! n u t In: IniiMcrsc'd !n t h e "inil.y htith. a:s It. is too d e l l e n t i i l » t h r i v e u n d e r cons'trnt wet tins. Ont-e or twice a wei-k ,s Kiilllcleni:, o^pecl«Uy I' !t Is dampened sevu.-iil times n day In order lo curl i t . Two-Tone Tweed Makes an Interesting OutfiS: \ V h c n i i n u h shades of ever m-cui I Some wisi! ( taped a (I! ion n?r when lie i Us \v;i.v lo H shop window, mixed twewl t l u i n t l i e p l h c . ct suit httil i; hut couldn't color for s^ collar on th slightly Hart 1 six Inches tic taken as « en length of spoi Ic to dncide between two rich green tweed, did It i you to choose both? · ' l U l n r l e r must have ei- ina l u jtial such n m a n - 'liinned a stilt t h a t found :i eminent position in a One shnde of the frreen waa darker, yet brlclitcr ·. The hody of tho Jaek- t i l i x p d (ho neuter shndo roslr-t t i i e darker tone agger Hap pockets and -) coat. The fikirt vrats 1, but not longer thiin low the knew, Thla wna n m e n t a r y on tho p r i p u l u r Is costumes. Truo Love Fond .Mod er--Are you si;re t h a i he lovex .you an I .yon o l o n p ? Sweet O i i i i s l i t e r -- Oh, yes, mother, More then,__)li!jj nny_ otlier_ time. DAIJUY" CUUK1UJK, CUiN'ma Fill ) A V , J A N U A R Y 2-1, 10.10. MRS.KATHRYNGILIJN ! DIES AT HOSP 1 P ' Mrs. K a t h r y t i ( i i l l e n , (Hi y -ar.s arid 10 mouths old, rosUlont of i 'onn-elte vllle C«r the last SO year«, lied U i i s m o r n i n g at 10 jo'e.look at lie Ccjn- ne Us v i l l a State, moula and romi in 1-fospttal o l I c a t i o n H ot poor hn IH10U- (lia«vso«. i'or notnc -howpital Do you n u n ( iiddron about ciitii» proper foods? 'r do yon servo Hits proper k i n d of food, m a k i n g meal time n phmsunt I'ccusinn and iiltowlri^; ni) "piecing"? I ' o ynu c'oinptaln. hi;cause cbildri'i! \ro not p r o m p t ? Or do yiui KivA tla-in watches or cloclis ainl d r i l l t h e m in Uoopin^; a i n e n t s ? Uiunv porfot'i.ly \v!ll t h a i th'.-y wear t h f i isolvos cnil n.v wor- r y i n g anil liner, litt; even tuoro ( l i n n !y wirl\h)g. Ti L' |iii)ni, l i u w c v c r , is how lo k(.[) tli'-mst'lvos fro in worrying, how lo kr;i-p tli( ohjoc-iivii ntl.l- tntlt!, iun.1 how to c u l t i v a t e ' n i c t i t d l polso. l-'or n v.-pll.riHiiHl«l IH'i. tht} iiioth(.r II(?P(|M l i - ' i t l t h . pouc'i! of n i t r t t l , l(;isnr(!, und I n l .Tests outsiily of her hoitic. The oiirly 'l'"ns nro n period of .strt'ss ami s t r n l - i , n n d t h u call of adv e n t u r e is onu CIMsi; of tho y o u n g person's effort to f i n d hlmxt.'lf. I f piirlior chilclhood hnf p.isaoil w i t h o u t p u r c n t n l control and g v i t l t n g tVllowship, t h « c r n v l n s for cxcl crnont seofcs its f r r n t l - fic'dtliin in wiiy: t h a t ninj 1 pud disastrously. M i l l i o n s of iruin a \ t d w o m e n k n o w h o w D a n d e r i n e h e l p s s t o p f i i l l i n g h u l r and ( U s s w l v e a the worst mm nf daii- d r u f i ' ; how easily il t i r u i K O H d u l l , luati-iile-ss, h r i t t l e h a i r I m o h a i l - t h a t la.poi't. s p a r k l i n g , vif;orous. W i i i i Piuuk'rine it. is so cnsy to " t r a i i i " a child's h a i r ; to keep it or- d e r l y , s p a r k l i n g , c l e a n . D a n d e r i n e ar.cenl.uatOH the n a t u r a l c u r l of » c h i l d ' s h a i r , A g i r l ' s "waves" look more- nalin-i!) w h e n "set" w i t h i:.. A n d t h e y stay i n l o n g e r . U s D a n d o r l n u w i t h n h l l d r n u t o over.-emu? UK; (iviih- of f r o a H C T I t wash- inK. It p u t s hack I n t o hah- and scalp t h e n a t u r a l oils r e m o v e d h y H o a p a n d w a t e r . J.tiii(l«rit!t I s n ' t s t l o h y o r o i l y ; doesn't show. Jt is no t r o u b l e to use. Just put a l i t t l u on t!u. bniah ea:h t i m e t h e h a i r i s a r r a n g e d , 'i'iuit w i l l k«ef; t h e scalp h-calthy and p u c t n i n i p o tho si'owth of loiiK, s i l k y ami a b u n - dant hair. Five m i l l i o n b o t t l e * used n. y r a r is proof of Ua-nderluo's cffoc- d a u g h t e r Mr. country they rci- llw One Minute Hair Beat/lifter AT AU. O U U G STORES--THIRTY FIVE CENTS Literature for Blind Before Braille System Gnu of tht 1 . earliest systems whereby the b l l n r t i iitigbt rend originatwl In i'oni, wlioro the alpiinbc-t was formed by knots on n Icnr.tli of string. In the Sixteenth c e n t u r y ('"runci'Sco lacras, n Spanlnrd, tntinvn] cli;n"n-- ter.s on wood for the blind, and in 10)0 an urratiKt'HHHH of m n v u b l e nu'inl t y i o was uned in Franco, This i)lau fiilicd throngli I n r k of f u n d s JUid t h e b l i n d - hnd to r e v e r t to t h e wooden lot- t o r s and pins stuck in cushions. Other devices for the blind worn Doctor Pin- SWUJX'H frame w i t h H sniiilj l i n n d l o I n t o w h i c h metal letter.-; could bo Sn- sorted, and a Gcrninn ecbenu.' w i t h letters cut in nirdhoiml. Then Val- cnclu Hauy rcnlired the possibilities of embossed paper. It was at this school that Louts B r n l l l e was a pi^'H and lie saw the superiority of tb,J point system over the m;iny others. Including Gull's Moon typ;, t h a t were causlrij; confusion. His method ia now world-wide. Thn Koran bus IKWI transcribed Into Brnille, u n d thp system adapted to ChiiK.'se iind A r a b i c . t i l l who Hi P\V her. rwiK)vc'(i- I; r K u n n r a l S. DnrHt. t i t h o O i l - tlio S t n i t f i rvi A p a r l P i l t J i b u r g fst cc't. 'The. w i l l asiiomh o jMoudii.v ] "u o'clock »t ho f a m i l y j o tho I m m u c lUU.o Con- ·' liatl be-on t i t n o n ml wn3 re--iiovc(l to tin W e d n e s d a y n i g h t . Mr»i G i l l o n was born at Mt Kngl-aiKl, Miu-ch 2, ISCIi, a of l.ho lalt) Patrick und 1011: a Flyiui. Sh(v grnw lei \vonianhon\l at \lant:hca- ti-ir unit was m a r r l u r l t.liero to Lillet' U l l l o n . Soo,'i a f l r r t h e i r BV.XI :-unl Mr.-s. ( i i l l o n canm to t i l l and i-ott.l(!d a! UuBo!:;, wlion Hidc-1 u n t i l coining to Con i c l l s v i l l o . To the u n i o n J i i n o c h i l d r e n v oro horn, y u r v l v i m ; ar: J o h n U l l l o i , whit-:« w h c r o a b o u l f i Is u n k n o w n , Li ko G i l l o n of Alc.ClolUuiiUown, .HiniC'.-i J i i l e n of 'ar(!alo, Mrs. l . f o n J0hrnm.ii of Hiriii- i n g l i a i n , .Ala., anil M i i i H Kal.li yn O i l l o n :il honii!. Shu ii-. u l f o s n r v i c! hy ,M j t r a i i d c h i l ' . l r o n niul t w o p r - a t - g r a i u l - c.hlMrc-n. Shr- \v«is tho lant surviving r n o n i h f ? r of ht-r f a m i l y . M . O i l l e n ' s clonth occtirrod IS yoara a; o. .Mrs. ( i i l l c n \V;IK Oiie of tho nu ~t w i d e l y U n o w n woniiMi of C o n n o l l n - i i l o ami I'ominiinit.y ;ui! warf hig-hly ctsleemod n n d nsspec-lei) hy Th a Ijotly Dii-'.-ctor !·'· 1 c n 2 I 1 O I I I . U , f u n e r a l p a r t ; , at ? goins i-v'ptlon C h t t r c J i , of wjilclf was a momhi-r. Hi-ciuloui t i g h mast? i w i l l be ocU'bMti'd ai !( o'clc ;l£ hy Hcv. H e n r y G e l b c l . I n t t r i n o n t .vill I-K» in nrnv St. JoBoph'rt CiMiiatery Tho Liiitio.' A u x i l i a r y to 1 10 Aiidont O r d e r ot Hilicrniaii!,, w i t h .'hic.h Mrs. G i l l e n was airiliatini, will n ect S a t u r ; tlay n i g h t at S o ' c i o n k In tiio Gillon homo to r n f r l l e !!ie rosnry. I ---r.nrM- Quickly Stops I Dreadc;d Cc ughing y o u t h i n llonoy and W h e t h e r cold, i r r i - ing Ihroiit, or a f o n s t n i i t n e r v o u s h a c k i n g . (·» -!i rloso nf I'Y'lpy's l l o i i f - y and Tar cnral.ivo Ua!.-;aiiiic d r n i u l c I n t o d i r e c t ( o n i n c j . w i t h t s u r f a c e s u n d ^ivofi I n s t a n t Rood to the t h r o a t , \ v a r m f o r m , accnpt,ahlo to t h o mi stomach. No opia-.es, no M i l d l y l a . v n t i v t . i ^ e p e n d a f c c t l v e alike for c h i l d r e n persona. Ask (or Foley's Tar. For f.alu hy C. i W o o l w o r ! h BiiUdtiig.--~Aih Kellogg'a ALL-BRAN Is Ideal Roughage If you are following a reducing diet, it is doubly important that you tnko a resnlar amount of! roughage into the system daily. Most reduc- inp; diets do- not :ontain u sufficient amount of roughage. Tho result in constipation--thief of botli health and beauty. , Kollng-ff's ALL-BRAN is recora- mended by many doclora and dietitians bijciiUF-o it contains th« bulk Jiecossnry to inaur« proper elimination. Also, because it contains the iron needed to help prevent anemia-another danger in reducing diets. ALL-BRAN is not fattening. Its bulk .tnvecpa the fl.vst.cm clean of poisonous wastes--helping to promote glorious health and boauty. A popular way to cat Kellogg's ALL-BRAN is soaked in fruit juice. Try i t i It is delicious with milk or cream. Sprinkle it over cerealn, salads and soups. It adds flavor to cooked foods and is equally efTec- tivo. Your grocer h»s Kellogg'/? ALL-BRAN. It is served in restaurants, hotels and (lining-ears. Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek. .~S-: .-··'-'-·'·;·- ·:.·;-.· ·y w h i t e ,, clcanlmess Is y o u r h e a l t h protection. -Shop in spotlessly clean I . G . A . s t o r e s , * , % j . » . s t o r e s , where every food p r o d u c t i s ^ t h e highest quality-clean, p u r e , wholesome, ALL-BRAN w o n ' t !) i t h e r w i n t e r If ynu Ui?t;n Kolcy'H Tar CVinipur tut on h.inf! y o u r coitRh r e s u l t s f r o m ;· t a t e d b r o n c l s al tube's, t i c k _ KITCHEN 1 nt v i r t u e f i ,o irritated elief. Feels and com- it sensitive i h l o r o f o r m . le, ami el'- and g r o w n Honey and oy Hulzel, Mrs. W l l i f b r a m l t . M a y Tontlfy. W A s n i x ( ; . - o x, .];, ,,. L - · M ,.,," M a .. U f i \ V i i i l i c r . \ ' i ! i . l i r i n i ( ) i . f o r n n r as- v i t i ' ( l i n t o ; . :[-.· ( . M H - , r n l i . j v t h " ])r,-j- Young»tor Undor»tootl A small boy asked his f a t h e r how wars began. "U'ell," said his f a t h e r , "suppose t h n t England quarreled w i t h France--" "rtut," I n t e r r u p t e d thft mother. "Kn'K- lond mustn't quarrel svftli Krunce!" "f know," he nn.wered, "btit I nra I n k i n g n hypothetical Instance." "You are mltUuiding the child," said the mother. "No, I n m not," lie answered. "Yes, yon are." "No, I am not." "Yes." "No." "All right. Dad," snitl tho small boy, "I t h i n k 1 know how w a r s begin,"-border Cities Star. I 1'erry Tt'iim Here Toi iorrow. I The P e r r y '"nwti i!i;j) Pii -.'men's h a s - ! ! k e ' h a l l t i - a n : w i l l open n noason lo- | i m o r r o w n i g h t , m c c t t t i K lh Casey ("hib ! i of C o i i u u l l s v l l l o at the gy mmsium of | : tho I'crry T o i v n s J i i p H i g l . School. A j j p r r - l i m i n a r y game w i l l bs g!u at 7:30 o'clock. A t f c i i i t Motor SI w. Air. a u r i Mrs, Charlie I,. Work of lUi'-f' s t r e e t and M r ? . .1. 1, ^imm-erman of l l i l l c r c a t nttond-ed t i n automobile show at Motor Sunnro C irricn J'itts- li! 17,', last night. A l u m n i Aaiociatt'on* The orKUtslxatlon of thoHe who havo i-een studorits Is ohanicterist.lc of A m e r i c a n schools. The HCKI a l u m r i l association wnH estalillslietl at W i l l i a m s collose in I8'-1. For n i n n y years a l u m n i (rgaNl7,atIon» were rblell.v social, af- I'ordlng o p p o r t u n i t y for the reunion of friends. Aa these -associations developed, however, they proved to he useful not only in w e l d i n g former slu- dents together In frliindshiii, but In I n t e r c u t in n n d , In some sti|)[i!ylng fiinda for the various and cotlegen. The proof is evcrywhe circle you i:an see that exr appearing fast. Modern scie a major cause of excess f, ened gland. In late years, r world over have been lighti They do not rely on stnrv; This modern method in Marmola prescription t box contains the formula, by famous experts. Peop" these tablets tor '.'.2 years boxea of. them. Now ne friends who show the re beauty, health and vigor. Go try Mannola. T;st to reduce. The ruaults and delight yi^u. Ail dru Marrnoin at $1 a box. o. In every .·ss fat is clis- ice has found t in a weak- lysicians tlio !g that cause, ·iont s embodied blcts. Each as prepared i have used --millions of idy all have u!ts in new he right Way will amaze ;gistu supply [Q, 1329. Wu*ten Nttwspu^nr Union.) "I hu'6 o n l x J u n t » tnltiut« O n S y iilxty seconds in It Forced u p o n mis--cuii't refus* Jt PUln't nro I t -- i l l d n ' t chooKO it BUI II'B up to me lo u.ia It 1 muist s u f f e r I f I loss It Glva a.ccount If I .'fbuiift it Just ft tiny rtHlu m l n t i t o B u t ( ! l « r n U y ' l a I n It." G E A S O N A B L E C A K E S This Is the season of tho year when we enjoy the rh-h f l a v o r f u l cakes, llkts f r u i t euUc. They are as umny and of 113 different v a r i e t y us taere «re tastes to enjoy them. Krult caiies lllto i;ootj friends, Improve wltb age. The send meat connected w i t h the wcddlog f r u i t cake fa carried along each year of tho w e d d i n g anniversary, when t i l t s ot the sumo cake are s t i l l served to celebrate each event,. CaUn t w e n t y - l i v e years old la even more delicious than It was the year It was mude, Golden Fruit Cake.--Measure one cupful of seeded rulslns, add one- fourth pound euch of sliced citron, candled orange, lemon and grapefruit fieet, one package of coconut, one cupful of blanched almonds, two cupfula of flour, one teaspoonful of baking powder, one-b a If c u p f u l of butter, one-fourth teuspounfu! of salt, one cupful of sugar', three eggs, one-fourth copful of orange juice, ami one teaspoonful of orange extract. This makes a three pound culie which may bo buUed In smaller ones. Prepare, aa above, bake or steam a.( desired. Any f r u i t cuke if desired may bn Srosteti w i t h a jjood frosting, then 6ecoratel w i t h various fruits and candled flowers us one's taste dictates. Usually n cako Is not Iced until the day before It IB to be Rervi.nl, as It loses some of Its freshness by standing. Home B u r e a u Cake. -- Take ona package of ruiBlns, one package of dates, one-fourth pound of layer figs, one-fourth pound of citron, the same ani'uint of orange nnd lemon peel, two and one-half c u p f u l s of (lour, one ten- spoont'ul of soda, one tenapoonful of ctiinumon, one-half teaspoonful of allspice, t.he same of maco or nutmeg, one-fourth tenspoonful of cloves, ono- tialf cupful of huttor, ono c u p f u l of brown sii(!iir, threo eggs, and one-half cupful each of molasses and eoffoR. Prepnrc nml linke as usual. Tills recipe makes a four-pound cuko. (·» a prescription Jor Colds, Grlppts Flu, Dougue, B J H r - u s Fever a n d Malaria. 1* til'? most speed/ reined/ knows. 'l'i Kt--iH' Jt(sur). | T h e l l r l v N a a v So.-irty M i l l mri1 ; t o n l t t i J t a; ;'j( '.',-iock i n Hie i m - nuu-uhik' r , - . i - t - i i ; ) . . . ! e i m r v h nu.-i w i l l Ui?!.. K ' ! !" ! r !i,,!n..( . f H v l M - v J l - u - ' h " ' " o,_j w ^,^: t ,^.^^_ a y! KmxfXjsiK These three chtrtuiag disciples of dan-.? fashion will 1 t no idle talk on masculine disapproval sway them from thair loyalty to the long skirts that have b sn decreed. (Left) A stunning evening gown of wbitts cotton net and black /see. It is made with t i« long slitn waist and f u l l skirt. (Right) Oaf o/ the stunning ensembles' that censed a ftnsation tt t '-e Garment Retailers' Style Show at New York.' T/JI? demure miss in the center is of tltn opinion that -routers, as wall as skirts must be Ions- She it, Vi'tifiof a chic trou%$r,suit of cotton crepe with Islam t oi Pftsinn nriat- Out Gref2n Beans, 2 HQ» 2 Oans 27c , Large, 2 Lbs. for 37c , I.G.A., 2 No. 2 Casis 27c ·AR, Qt. Bottle 1 9c " ^ FLOUR, I.G.A. 241/2 Lb. Sack SI .05 SALAD OIL, Per Bottle 23c Cherries, Royal Anne, I.C.A., No. 1 Can 25c FIG BARS, 2 Lbs. for 25c MALT, Stroh's Per Can 55c DUST, Lge. Pkg. 23c S, 2 Lbs. 35c 3 Pkgs. 27c SUF'ER SUDS gives Instant Suds For Speedy Dishwashing RAISINS, Seedless, I.G.A., 2 Pkgs. 19c ilNCE SKAT, I.6.A., 2 Pkgs. 25c SPINACH, I.6.A., ®Q. 2 Pan 15c Try 0«r "Harvest Cream" Bread International Unking (Jo. one lird wont plense everyone. One blend of coBe* wont B»tl»fy oil cnffet laxir.i. I.O.A. Coff«w*»-the rrrutn »f tho worlds' coffee cropi--arc skillfully blended to different fla«or» to different coffee tssten. Ono of thc»» thrtc richly fiavoret! bloncU i» «tire lo satMy your coflW t»«t«. HOME OWNED STORES IVORY AND BLUE FR.OWTS Sfjir Kits Kiuige, f u l l cniunci finish. Keifulnr price .««. Salo price 1 Ncv. SituHi Bond L'oni Reg-ular price S15S Sale ].'·!',« Hcni;iii Full onumt'l iinl;.-h. H e g u l a r price $100,00. Sate iiMei Coal and Com- irmtioii Itaiiircti ftlf) up J used K«1 ^titr Oil Uauu-t; 1.... All i u ; ami (-oal tlciidn Moves, rcchict'd - n Ill) \Vesl I'raivi'un! When You Have Something You Wanit to Sell Achwtise* It in Our Ckaaified

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page