The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 11, 1918 · Page 8
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April 11, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

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TEACHER IN THE HIGH 3 SCHOOLDIES P N E U M C A On account j»f Jllpew"!*' the ''family r.'tlre.-priftk JJnit :to..:tle;Cfl!UiS!s9in?: .Cottforr Branch o£ itHeNaritlleague will meet tonight at We home Mrs. G. N. Durnell in East Patterson avenue. InsttiVt '·! the home of Mrs. John Laj- ion.""|_2 · ;:~:r "·,,·"··.·" '. .· ·'"· ··'. ·'- Biwiiiess .of a rontine^nature " was wanjaetj-ji at the regular meeting -of- .·the Orand International auiiliaary'tq the Brotherhood or Locomotive Engineers held yesterfly afternoon in. Odd Fellows 'ball.'" "At the""nei*t ..... regular" -meeting, tlje -auxiliary Trill, meet at 'tbe*:hall"*'and*'fr6m.:tKere: r ga -in a body" -Patterson, ' dftugliter of 3s. .M.'G^Palterson of jotnston ave- ' J. MaErthy ol ir£ Artliur tea-!-'."I have* every .conceivable.'shade -Hdaireaje. ^Be sura and see jthein! Daye.",.C9h.en^Tai.lpr.-^Adv, ^ ^ -: ; .-- ._iFuncraltp1rcctdr.A. A: Cprristan of :On'iopyle';.was;,ln:_towrtodsy./on .bus;; TBerrBridi "waiCforiwir a Tri-State telephoB'c"oper»tor. and Is widely and 'fivorably*Snovn, ilr. and JSrs._M. C»r£by-»SH.reside temporarily at Mon- Pkjy«*jty the Ligget Spring and Axle airs. L M. Harrington of McKees Rocks will be- here tomorrow night to organise a chapter of the Eastern Star -in this-clty. The organization is aifl- £iiatMi Jjffth the Masonic-lodge.' mn^ £in *h*;£3' r ' · ar3 - HerrfigEon"wW be a -gueat-ef Mr.-and-Mrs. · G.-Aj Crowtey. ;; TteB^stenary Soeletrof the~TrFn- --rtjr Reformed church will hold its regular monthly meeting this evening .at the-home of tt.e.3tls*csJttQd.Q5_at 129 N. Siith street. West Side. : A quiet but pretty church wedding' i«B,--P»tersinrg-,-}-ValJ where'they" vis- ' " ited^Mrs! Blerer's son, "John Bierer, w-ho is In 1 training there. The best .place to shop : after all Brownell Shoe Co.-- Adv. 'JMrs. MatUeiWebb, is confined to her home with grti. i~''- ;r ; : . ".': Did you guess. on..th«, tlme;tho clock will stop at-Tinderson-Ebacks Hardware store? 'JHli is, a chance to win a nice lot-of rfloor. paint.-- Adv.-- llr^t- Mrs." Louise' Baker . of- Greenwood, has returned home from a visit with her son and* daughter-in-law,. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baker, of_Cleveland, O. 'Have just received another shipment ot tan", low; cuts, together with a lot of wom'ehs gray and brown hoots. These are the big sellers; Try and get in-before'they are all gone again. Downs' Shoe Store'--ASv-8-4ti oniahelaiFa., where the former is e»X if -Mrs); John "King, of Pittsburg, is-visiting Ttlatlves here and at Leisenring No.'i. ' ;._:. : ' ......': :';, · ~Pfano lessons--call Miss Naomi Pow- ell,~5l5 McCormick avenne. for piano lessons.--Adv-9-3t-eod. Mrs. H. C. Hays and daughter Bet-. ty Jane; went^to Pittsbun; tnis morning to visit relatives. v". j ~_" Live and learn., Go to tj£e special demonstration; on. -£rt-;Gra}ning Floor and learn how. tb;dp'your-'own graining. - Anderafffl-£oucks Hardware.Co. --Adv.--ll-2cr!.~ ' "The condition of Catherine Stauffer, daughter of Mr. .and Mrs. J. C. TSia'nfferidf.'Soiith Pittslrarg streefcwho ^S' ill with-endbcaniilis is 'improved, is able-lo sit up for*-* short time 'was'that of MisiT':Mary ' Maslieri. each day. ^ _ : daughter- of Mr. and~ "JVffsl".'MichaeZ .'',3 atronize_,MBo« who^juJvertMe., -;_ Maglieri ot ScotUalej :-anfl ·" Mfcha^ gtv -^-^ ^-^ -'··*'· ·:· B*mir*, a-well known young jbusiflf 1 1 John's Catholic_ church.jt Scottdalei,- with Rev. Father ~Doval- officiating* On account'of the - bride's 'brother,;. John ataglleri, who is in training at Camp Lee, Petersburg. Va,.hems unable to attend, ,th* wedflinj was: very duiet. : "ThV oriSi- was attended br ills* Dulsy Williams .of. Scottdaie.) as m»ld ^of /honor,. while''"WcVor CoVrado ot Coimeiisville,. served as" Vest^man.; ;The bride-is-orie of the ; best" kiown young women of Scottdale-andi -hac- -friends here. The bridegroom hvowif. er-.of the Five,amUTen. Cent;Wall Paper'slbre1n ; West"Appl»-"s'.r«t, and is widely, known. Follo.wing a :wed" dinglrtp' to' "New ' 'Tort;" and :other ·astern" points 'of. interest, Mr.' .and. Mrs. Bernardo-wilt be-at Borne 'in Connellsville. . - -^ -Ftfteea-Jadies- attended^ delightful meeting of the SJ)ver_ Thimble c£ub-at 'wmci-Jtrr.-GeorieCir6therE-was hostess yesterday afternoon at her hojne home in Vine. slr*tt, ~ The ; afterngpn. waa spent in' "knitting ."socks , and . sailors; In a'commonication-read from the Brownsville Chapter dislike , against entering intor:'a merger' at; this time .was expressed*that town preferring to nnrsh'mit'j'the" first year"as.'a" single unit instead of. a branch of the county organization, Mr. Wilson is' In Point «j today on the matter and it is thought that that town'' might- enter "At 1'd'ciock" th'fs afternoon the. executive committees -of the chapters will_meet,to ratify the passag* of the resolution at which time a committee will be appointed, by the. executive Jrody to represent Connejlsville In a .meeting .with .the"other chapters to Mis. keaiell "wUl^eatefuiTi th» club ·iWedaepda; mJtern»oii1* ; ipril 24ih, at jiome af 9cottfilte^; ·;' · Bet Carnegie ; Free i · Conrforts Bjaach of" the N«T Leagne. The j hours *rer_from is* to 5 o'clock: All ·- unit* and -others Imitting ; , for the" -btaacil'are invited.; There will be in- "itructor* -prra«t-o teach loose per- a£; been m*Ae --at the marriage oi. Miss Myra McCrurii, cely dvighter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd .HeCnaoa.of New..Iork and ~tMi Hirtira "Walker, eMeet son. . ··iemniied 'at' H«gersttmnrMd;'- r The ' bridegroom .!» i aSrieit "it GetrjrEbdrg' ' ' · · Miss Mary ter of Mrs. John J. McDevitt of New York, and-J^d*fick.j;^a6we"Q^Mey- jsr«d«le, n«re married April 3. in the. home of the' nrtde/ '"Tfie~fcHae . is 'a niece of 9im«el J. Phlteon of Meyers- ^jaife she^wet- sr.-i: pronffiient place. : KbwCwill ' ThejtJBi't*iio§eryice -Vyt at the Charleston. "Comforts* BraivoS otg the Savy. League will .meet Satnrtayyiight ...at the..hojtae_ oi Misa Martha^Bajiagfr- Mn Eighth' street, Greenwoodr ' ~ ··''·- : .W;j» Tilirian ma Bierer, the latter-bf "tUnionlbwii,: returned home lut nighC JSm Cam'p': THE RED CROSS from Pave On». ganization.wouldJie^the beet-for-aie ^:ed Croafi ;.and de- of officers anc · Two members ot each of these cont mittees wfll be. appointed as nominating ^m*iabers to nominate -officers at, a joint meeting, to. be held; in -the near future. 'There are 15 "officers and-directors to be elected. The committee from Connellsville which met in Unlontown yeiterday is composed, of E. B. Markell, Mrs:.. i ·prench"Kerr t , S: ; P.""Ash« and J. Fred Knrtz. The UnJontown.' committee was made up of Jndge E! H. Reppert and;W:. FARM LABOR AIDS S»BKM«4:C«a»ty .HMMW Xakes Ap- peiiiaMatof Ixi'mg Itiit. . Attorney. .Frank H-.Cober, manager of., farm-'labor^jror: Somerset' county has annoTOCed a Jong .list of. aides. aonorig 5theni,";are t ti'e fallowing: Cyrus BlrtU'MeytisdSle; Robert ". B. Roes, AddtomT^ Charles: Birld, Addison. township; AT Jff. Tonng, Rockwood; Edison HayJ'iJeyersdale; Ear Beess. Confluence; B. K. Hcwtetler -Sand Tateh"; flames H. Scott, TJrsina Clarence Moore, Meyersdale; D. W dressier; -Sani^'-Patch;-W.-M. G. Day RockTropd; C. C. Reekie, Meyersdale S."S.' '.iUcott, 'Ursina. . JUUs-Eleher.:: " r 'aJT«! Stella B.'SIills and] Joseph -B Bicher,.both of .VandeiJbilt,; were quietly «uirried Tnesday^arternoon in Un ioirtojrn^y_.ilev. J. S. Broinley, pastor o* llKCfirgrt ^iethel^eaptiit church. Mrc:itnft;Srrs.',:.Eic.*er;-.wiU-; reside VaridertlOt; - i-±in.~:. :· ... .~ - ^itfrr^rniSMrs. ;Wr--EC" Darby of 118 ^QiarjS^nir street. West Side, are receiving cpngratnlatlons-^upon -th morn- U Sally XcEiran SKenmbs in Fen Days After BelHgStilckenj'Tf is ! Taken HI Mondny. . Followin'g'a''brie£ iliness of pneumonia, Miss Sally Rodes McEwan, 27 ^ear.s.,old, .teacher of Latin and Eng- lah:' in'/the"TConTieIlsville:-.high school,. died-thls"mornlng:at 2 o'clock at the; lome of'L. "W. Wolfe, in Lincoln avenue. Miss McBwan had been ill since Monday, being able to teach for only j two.- hours- on Monday'morning. Yes- j .e'roay. afternoon about 2 o'clock she was removed from the home .of Lynan : K. .Miller in Lincoln . avenue, where she roomed, to the "Wolfe home on tbe opposite -side of the street. Miss ; McBwan's father, Rev. William McBwan, pastor of the Third Presbyterian church, ' Pittsburg, was notified of his daughter's illness, 'arriving. here ^yesterday -afternoon. He will'.'. return.-..thisv. evening .with the. )ody" which r will. .be -shipped on the PennsylTania train .'due './here at 5.36 6'cloclC-,by f .Funeral: Director Charles C. MIteheir'and removed to the Mc- 'wonresldence, No.'.906;Sonth Negley avenue: Tomorrow afternoon the remains will., be taken to the chapel of the Third Presbyterian church where services 'will -"be t held at 3 o'clock. The interment will be made in the family cemetery at iVankfort, : Ky. " Brief services will be hel.d this afternoon at ·! o'clock at the /Wolf e -residence, with Sev: J. L. Prondfif, of the First Presbyterian' church-, officiating. Miss McSwan was born in "Wilmington, Del,, December 14, 1890, a daughter of Rev. 'William L/and Eliza "Watson. .McBwan, .the .latter .. deceased. She had spent virtually all her life in, ;Pitt3burg, the family moving . :to Lhat.iCity when she' was hut a small chllj. Deceased attended Dilworth hall, Pittsburg, a preparatory school, and -later entered Smith college, Northampton, Mass., graduating there in the class of 1911. She later took a year's post graduate . course in the University .of. P,ittsbuig. She was elected .teacher of .Latin and English in the" local high sdiool, three months previous to the close of the term In 1916"tb l .fill a vacaneyfi and was .reelected, each of the^two succeeding terms, ' - She was -^aiiremeient ' instruc- tor-'aml was favpritejamong the high school." students, as''.irell as-her many other friends In -'Connellsville. Oat of "respect: for JrHsi'McBwan the high school', was closed · today. Miss IfcEwan was a mera*er" of the Conneilsville Red Cross Chapter and took a -great interest, in. the work of the chapter^ In addition to her father she is survived Dr. her, stepmother, one slater :ind JCTCH brothers. WOMEN CALLED TC Will l)i»CB»s^ Liberty .loan Campaign Saturday Afternoon. Mrs. S. R. Goldsmith, chairman of the "Women's'liberty Loan campaign in Connellsville, has, called a special mseifng ol all. the "toads ol organizations ol all-the churches and women's cluhs and all other? interested for Saturday afternoon-at 3 o'clock in the Liberty Loan headquarters. Room 413 in the Title .Trust buiding. In .the'absence of.;.Mrs. Goldsmith. who was'.'summonedr.'to^ew Yorlt by the iHness of her sister; Mrs. W. 0: Schoonpver '.will preside,, :and Mrs. Carl S."Horne'r" aifd'airsxJ. Eaymond Mestrezat irill · have charge o£ the work connected with"the Liberty Loan .drive. /-At-Uiis ; nusetiag plans will be discussed for the. campaign. For Their Sake 1 The most precious [thing that a man possesses in this world is his family.. I When an Amerkan soldier leaves this- country and leaves behind his «ife and child or his mother or any member of his family he ! KNOWS that hia · goverment will not let them suffer. He is offering his life to protect his country and he KNOWS that his country will protect those that are dear to him. For the sake of the American soldier, for the sake of his family, YOU are askef to buy LIBERTY BONDS, to lend your money to the United States Government » that there shall never be lacking the necessary funds to protect the soldier at the Front and to^p'rotect hi* family at home. . Sorely yon will not fail to do your share for the sake of those who are offering their lives to protect pou and yours. BUY LIBERTY BONDS AND BUY THEM FREELY FROM ANY BANK IUBERTY LOAN ADVERTISEMENT I has been contributed by Hooper Long. as a patriotic contribution towards winning the war WILL PRESENT CDP At Bally of Xentcrs of Xaccohin Tonight will be an occasion of un- usnal interest to the Maccabees of .the city. Events scheduled, beginning at 7.30- o'clock at-the-hall, -ar6:'-De(Mca- tion of service 'Bag bearing 48 stars, banquet to -mark end of membership contest,: and presentation of silver Ipving.cap to winners, also presentation' ot' bodges. ' . . . . . The ConRellsvillo JDlltary band will play at the opening. Supreme Deputy A. W. : JPrye o* Detroit, will, present the loving cup. J. L. Evans wlll.be ter "of ceremonies. '.-.. Ruddy Cheeks--Sparkling Eyes --Most Women Can Have i : Says Dr. Edwards, a Wen-Known 1 i Ohio Physician 1 Dr. F. M. Edwards for 17 years treated scores ol women for liver: and bowel ailments. During these yeara he gave to his pabenti a prescription made ol a few well-known vegetable Ingredients mixed with olive oil, naming tEem Dr. Edwird*' dive Tablets. You wffl know them by their olive color. i These tablets are ronder-workers on the Kver and bowels, which cause a normal action, carrying off the waste tqd poisoo- ous matter to one's system. " · If vou have a pale fac«, saflow. look, dun; eyes, pimples, coated tongue, headaches, a listless, Do^ood feeling, all oat of. sorts, huctive bowels, yoa take one of Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets nightly for · time . and note the pleasing results. 'Thousand* of women as well as men take Dr. Edwards'Olive Tablets--the successful substitute for calomel--now and then just to keep in the pink of condition. · lOc aod 25c per bo Aft droggists. MCERS RE-ELECTED Seottdale " TTontaa Beads Methodist Missionary Organization. , Mrs. C.. A..Colborn of Scottdale was re-elected president of the "Woman's Home Missionary society of the Methodist Episcopal church of the Rfc- Keesport district, at the annual convention held.-today..in the. First Methodist Episcopal church, . -· Other officers, were . re-elected as follows: Vice president, Mrs. James Campbell; corresponding secretary, Mrs. A. P. Aikeh-; -recording secretary,- Afrs. Flora Rumbaugh of Mount Pleasant; treasurer, Mrs: A. B.-Silver. i · ^^*|s Castdrla C "" ASTORIA ii a i»rtniess_ jiftatitote. for Carter- Oil, Paregoric, ; Drop* and S6otfc6i Syropa.r ,It:l« pfcaaant -It eontaina neither . ' Qpign, jM«r^n« ay other Nareotie igbatanm. Ita age ia ita (Bar- aatet. Forinori-than t$£tjr'yean it kai b««i'in eonttant aa for tb« relief ^aiia arkia^ tNnyfrriia^tnd' -by regulaang'ih« Stomach and Bowrif, aid» ,th«, aaaimilatJm. ot Tood; gfvnig havttby "and nararal" ileep. ;. The-Kindyon HaVa Arwayi Bodtht, and wnfct'haa iMen m n»e tor over · SryMnr bBrbcnMtka-aicnatareaf Chaa. H, Fletehw, and has twen made »nder hiBMXaonal s«pernkm tef.ita infancy." A'llbwub on* to deceive yonmthi«. : All CouBt«f«4;-lnlt»tio» and "Juat-a^Good" are bat ExperimentB that trth with and andancarth*fci»lUi of Infanta and ~ . -i-- S» t -E«P«TMi D fcL Maria «iwn.yar BIRTH RATE HEAVY la City .Durinp Month of Jtarch TYTien ' Compared IVith Iteaths. . During ihe month.' of Mai'ch the number of births, reported was nearly- twice that of deaths, according to the report submitted this morning by MiaR Clara Bkker,',deputy registrar of vital, statistics: .The-rejort is,.as follows:' ·Births, CbnEellsTiUe; 38'( Conneils- ville township,- three; Bullskin township, three; total,'·«., - - '· · ·Deaths, Connellsrille, -18;' Connellsville township,-three; BuIIsfcin township',- two; total;-23.-·-.'·- '···.- · '· SOOK IVIIi BE IS ·'·· TBAJSCEi SAJ8 EETTBB . 'Slrs.'G. M; Grimm-of 3mltliaeld re- 'ceived : -a letter "from the cbaplair. of the r"egihient r her son'Judson is in at Camp .Gordon in' iwnlcn · the chaplain says they are" looking for' orders at' any time to ei»bark for France. "· l8"3orlonSly"111.'.--. ,. Mrs: WHilari Speolman of the West Side'-'Is "serious!*'!!!' at her Crawford, avenue home with pleuro-pneumonia. J'H'E DATS. Man Arrested For Begging Will Get Bans and Water in Jaii. Lewis. Thompson, charged with begging on the streets was arrested by Patrolman Rendine near Brimstone corner yesterday. He was sentenced to five days in a cell by Mayor John Dugtan this morning. One other prisoner was given a hearing and fined J3.SO and four others lef,t forfeits amounting to ?20. SOJlEltSET SOLDIER DIES. Clyde Trailers Victim 1 of Pnemm'onin 1 at St. Paul. . Clyde Walters of Somerset who enlisted in the aviation 'section of the signal conps, itled Monday at St. Paul, Minn.j of pneumonia, according to a telegram received Monday night at Somerset.. · "Walters was 20 years old. Snndsy School Officers. - -The-Flatjfoods Sunday school bas re-organized for the coming year by electing:the following officers: Superintendent, M. E, Townsend; assistant superintendent, RaJpb. Lindennan; secretary, Blythe Johnson; assistant secretary, Anna Grace JCcBurney; librarian, "Walter-.' Jordan; 'assistant librarian, Otis -RlUenhorise';.. organist, Esther Johnson, Helen, Armstrong:and :Oliye Jordan; treasurer; Benjamin Sislcy.-; . . - . , ; . . . . ' I Party f»r SpMler. !:..MBSERSDALE,. April 11.--Mr., and Mrs. 'GeorBe;L6gue ot- iie Slicer hotel gave, a patriotic party ou:Tuesday evening .in hoiior of^ Sergeant George : Foy. A' iargc'raumber of .ladies and gentlemen. we.re present and the evening" was delightfully spent in dancing ;ahdj pti'er .^amusements and at a late hour' lunch was served: Sergt' Eoy .left Wednesday for his camp at\ Augusta, Ga. MBS. HATTIE EOWAN. OH3OPYLE, April 11.--Mrs.' Hattie Rowan, wife of William A. Rowan, died Tuesday evening at their home on Grant street Mrs. Rowan became ; .ll Saturday and th.e end came unexpectedly Tuesday evening at 6 o'clock. 3fae is survived by her husband, one ton, Francis, and three daughters, Afay, -Bertha and Ailetm, all at home. The funrat services will be conducted Friday at noon at tbe Maple Summit church by Hev. F.' S. Wortman, of Mill Run, and Interment will be in the Maple Summit cemetery. . ELMER FOIL. Rev. D. A. Stevens, pastor of the Church of God at M'oycr, officiated at -he funeral of Elmer Pirl held yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the .ome of Alexander Pirl, a brother' of iie : (t«ceased\ at Snydcrtown. The following brothers of the deceased served as pallbeWers: Frank of Akron, 0.; Charles of Derry; David of Smithfield; Miles of Everaon; Daniel ot Scottdale; William, Sarauel and Alexander Pirl of Evcrson. MJIS. HULDA HALL. The funeral services of Mrs. Hulda Hall ot Star City, W. Va,, were held in the il. li church at Obiopyl-e Wednesday at 12.30. Interment was made In the Thorpe cemetery at Bell Grove. WILBUR HOSE. Wilbur Rose. 28 years old, an in- i valid for a number o£ years, died last I night at the home of his parents at! Revere. Deceased is survived by his parents, twx daughters, and the fol- ! lowing brothers and sisters: Harry ; Hose of Connellsvyje; del!, Norman · Walter and Gertrude Rose at home; ; Mrs. W, T. Cothren of Uniontown., and | Mrs. J. E. Nelson of Republic. JAMES SWINDELL. James Srrtndoll, owner of a number of cottages at Ohiopylo, Is dead at hia home .in Pittsburg. E7th. 1917. 7h« Senreoo story of a medicinal paste that not only clcanaes the teeth but also keeps oonth and gums healthy, »hen r-ut on paper does not eonni very diflerent from the story of Juat any ordinary' dentifrice* For. that reason we TMake every elfortjto get the people to try Ssnrseo. Jlftor that Sonreco tells its own story - snd fully 90JS or them 'are Senreoo user" and boosters, from then on. There IB a Senrooo nser in Pittsburgh who haa Introdaceil our product Into the families of thirty-four of his friends. Enthusiasm? Ho, not entirely. Simplj B oaso of Senreoo making good. It is Just as stated above, it they will try Senrsco - 'if they once beooaa acquainted with a real dentifrice - With what a dentifrice can and should b« - they are Senreco boost«ra from tht time on* Tour druggist or toilet counters can supply you with Senreoo. It cones in large, two ounce tubM tad retails at 35^. ' Why not get a tube to-day? Try it. »· etan* betilnd every paokags of Senraco with .a raoney-DSok tint«e. Very truly yours. SEHRECO, DO YOD HEALIZB Beginning April 15th, 1918, At BOOBI 404 First National Bank Building. WARREN MURRIE Pupil of the world famous Oscar Saenger, will teach Voice Culture from the rudiments of lone control to artistic singing and interpretation For terms and appointments call at studio Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings or phone--Bell 357. How Much a Crowing Bank Aeconnt "WouM Xoon to Youl How largely your happiness dapends | upon having money, not merely today but as long as you live. Think it over--do more than that. · ACT. Go straight to the old, reliable First National of Connellsrille and start a savings account with Jl or more. Liberal Interest--Adv. Cluiin Teas Popular. MBYERSDALE, April 11.--Since the inauguration of the chain teas sev-: oral weeks ago they have become 2 ' favorite amusement in Meyersdale and i from them the treasury of the Bed j Cross has been somewhat increased. Those entertaining on Tuesday wore Mrs. Charles Ha'hl, Miss Theresa Ifc- Murrer, Mrs, J. Luther Frantz, Mrs. George B. Collins'- and Mrs. Joseph Slag-le. G R O U P Spumodie (roop f« " unally r«li«v«d with i applkation oi--- Elks' JUnstrel. Advance sale opens Saturday. April is,, at 10 A. M. . Connellsville Drug Company store.--Adv.--ll-2t Wlto to Patronize. Those who advertise in The Dafly Courier. Rieck's Ice Cream Fresh. From Pittsburgh Every Day. TAKE A HOME Served With Many Delicious Dressings at Collins' Drug Store, 117 S. PITTSBDItG STREET, PATRONIZE HOME MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THIS PAPEB. Gray Hair cnre. _ Rfe* A mp*ntDB for rwtonn utvrml wlor to gnr or fkned fcatr, foe renKrriwt rfsadreffakd u · kauerw- ·inc. Ii not ft cr*. Ueaenui t\wA bottlM »t »U MOTHER GRATS SWEET POWDERS FOR CHILDREN,

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