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PAGE SIX THE! DAILY COURrffill, CO NNKLI^SYTLLlfi, PA'. TUESDAY, JANUARY 2Jv, 10:50, P E R S O N A L M E N T I O N Mr. and Mra. Hurry Dull left la«t night for Cleveland, Ohio, whore Mr. D u l l IH attending a convention oC the United Van Servtto ami Ions distance Movorw Kxc'haiiRO, w l i i l o Mrs. Hull is visiting relatives. ' The Mission Circlo of First Baptist Church w i l l hold an all-clay fioaskm Thim-diiy, J a n u a r y liOth. D i n n e r will ho served to all thosp desiring to come. .Tickfts S5c.--Advprttee-mont.--2Sjunlt. Mi-'ri Agnes llyan of Layton spent (he \v-!!c-cnd w t h Mr. and Mra. D. 0. Button of California. Mrs. Uland Outright of New Caetle was the guest of tier parents, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Fuehrer of South Eighth btreet, Gree-nwood, Sunday. " Mv«. J a n e Allison of Uukmtov-n and . Mia. \V. If. Feather at Brownsville spent the week-end as the guosls of Noah .M. Anderson of the Masonic A p a r t m e n t s , South Pittslmrg street They attends! a f a m i l y dinner given on Sund i.v in honor of the anniversary of the b i r t h of Mr. Anderson. - Mr«. Ada Dull \uu» tho gue:.t of friends n Uniontown Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs.. Edward Nichols and on. Hilly, have returned t their homo at ScotNlale aCter s p e n d i n g t!ie weekend with Mrs. Nichols' !rother-!u-law and bister. Mr. and MTU. R. A. Hurke of Uniontown. Mrs. Nichols was tor- jnerly M r»s Gertrude Marietta of Con- ft.el)«villc. . , · Mr. and Mrs. James H. fiatsley and d a t i R h t e i s , Kugoni.i and Kleanor, of Mttshurj.' visited Mr. Balsley'.s parents, Mr. end Mrs. John R. Balslcy of South Cottage avemio over K u n d a y . Mr*. R. K. U'arnock of I/e-irienrinp; was c a l l i n g on trionds in tlniontovi u Monday I'lternoon Mr. and Mrs. J. S. (Jessnor of V;\\:chance v,eru guests of Mr.-. Kathorii.o J. Kerwin ol Sunday, Sunduy, '. U o v . Or, D. H. G r a l i a m and dutigl - ler, Mi«s Virginia, went to I'lttsbuu; this m o r r i n g . ' Mrb. C. K. Carbon of South i'ittsburj; t i t r e e l b p t n t t h e d a y i n I M t t a b u r g . · .John Lackey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Huston Lackey off I ' n i o n t o w n . M seriously ill In St. Mary'* l U r i u i t a l , Uc- troit, Midi. He is a brother ot Quay Liickey ol this city. Mr. Lackey is re- [iorttxl to be r e s t i n g en*.y. · Mr. am 1 Mrs. 1'orry Coopw, former resident.-) of r n l o n t o w n , IUIVP- gone to Milton, 1'a., to reside. Mru. Cooper its a rtaui; Her of Mr. and Mr*. '/. Melh k k ol Sycamore b t i e e t . Caiu.n !j. U. Hu; n. lector of Trinity Kp'.-itopal C h u r c h , who u n d e r w e n t an operation in St. Margaret'^ Hi-upUal, P i t t s b u r g . is reyoitcd to be g e t t i n g along as w e l l as a n be expected. Uiose who advortlae. Aunt Het »Y "Pa ain' snooped around tho kltelien to see If 1 was wasteful since tho f i r s t t i m e he done if a n ' \ fed him t n ha^h nine days hand runnin'." , GIVE-IN TO 1 COLD? NEVER! No one need stay home to conquer a cold, or wait dayfe to be all rid of it. Rape's Cold Compound -will take away that achy feeling and soreness in a hurry! Take some of these harmless link-white tablets and break-up your cold before, it has a chance to make you m i s e r a b l e . P a p e ' s Cold Compound is handy (o cany, and x pleasant to take; cveiy druggist lias it for only 35c a. package, i Why go about w i t h eyes watering, and nose r u n n i n g , or a head that's all j stuffed-up when such certain relief is 1 available? THOMAS S. SILCOX FUNERAL THURSDAY AT LUTHERAN CHURCH The Paran touni If ever (here is a pain nwatfded for (ho Jverr-pn'p. K w o p f e s t l--vsrs it) IB ten ·- one; I hat U i i ' l i a r d Ni on will be the recipients). I For t h r second tlm-c ',arluK "Out of t hese t w o play- Ivor. The lirst o Ruins," and ort! arc a p i liin-e was 1 now coinns newest lla produced bV Flint Nall ual-VHaphonc, w h i c h in tlio l e a d i n g rioture at tho P a r a m o u n t Theatre. whores" ghoa UVUM) tw f u l l y appeal ng ro!e,s In as simpl-o and h u m a n story IH l a i d In modern concern. 1 ! t h e roinaiico elevator hoy and a Their - s t r n g i - l e Ui find foi nJaoe- I n t h e n u n , t h e i r The Orpheiim For the first, time in I ho history oC t h i s !ity I ho Zie-gf-old banner is f l y i n g abovo the. O r p h e u m t h e a t r e w h o r e inor-enz J2ij);feld'ri "(ilorifyliiK the A m e r i c a n Oir!" opened t h e r e M o n d a y for a three-day run " G l o r i f y i n g the A m e r i c a n ( U r I " can " Y o u n g N nvheres," l h o | l r u l y , )(% (%aUc(J n n a n-'/lcK£ell produe,- snrrin« vohiclo j |)O]| J ( .,, ) ) u i l t a r o u n ( J U)e | y p l c a l "Young No- · players wist- ,i story that is LS life, Tho NVw York and of a young cha'ni'benniaid. them selves a lifljcultic.s, tho Transfer to Ecuador - Proponed by President truuin-or in w h h ' h trtol hopr.s are m i s i n t e r p r e t t h e I d e i s u p o n w h i c h .' l i g h t e n ! lov-e .story hai Frank IJoyd dlrccte. whertxs." bi 1 t h i r i fiai d i i c t i o n . t h o DETAILS OF NEW STEEL MERGER ARE COMPLETED j:\ Ciiit'.u Pi'-si. C ' l . K V K l . A N ' I J , J a n . i:s - TerniH ol' ( h e t;i:i!it m i d w c r t t steel mowr to bo k n o w n as a^ the H»puhlic Steel Corporation were made known ves- terdny. ·The nt'v.' c n r p o r a l l o n a n d iirf -ub- sidiarles '.siU have assets of i;35,- iSM.fM. v , i l l t a n k a s t h o cour.lry's second lar^'-st ind( 1 i- i ncU i nt steel prod u c e r and v,-Jl! oxi-h.inso its p o r f e r r c d and I'ommou stocks lor stocks of the constitute co in pa nii-s. The p l a n W.IH f o r n i u l a t e t l by a c o m m i t t e e r c p r o s n u t i i u v the various i n t e r e s t s and ha-; boon approved by tho hoard of d l r u U n s ot all tho 10111- panioa i i i ' M l v c d . TUo l o n M H v i t c i H \)!npauicK are Rep u b l i c I r o n and Stool Corporation, Coinri'l AKov Htt'fl Corporation, Donnor Stool Company, H l o u r n o - K u l l e r Compiiuy a n d 'rruiiibull-Clifl'h. Kur- naco Company. ·Thv ucv. company w i l l havi- Iin- p o r t a n t · pi uportii'S in t h e B i r m i n g - h a m d i s t r i c t , t h o Y o u n ^ . s t o w n d i s - t r i c t . C o n r o l l s v i l l p coku region, and at p r i n . ' i p . i l cities of Hie Croat bal-os. I t vill o w n !ai'«o l u s o v v u s of i;on ,ro, coal a".I Ilnii-.-ilono. ."Itrf p r o d u c t s w i l l bo so divorsfllod t h a t t l i « y w i l l t o n d ( o s u p p l e m e n t each other and make it a well- r o u n d e d self c o n t a i n e d company," s.iys t h e l i t t e r to stockholders. A new K"ptibl:c Hose-arch C o m p a n y to bo do''ot(-d to UK- re-search a n d motaHuiVic.il w o r k of the now com- PUiy w i l l lie- organized shortly as a wh'olly owned sulwidi.iry. , FYankhn M i t t U u n t h e r , of Jginia, minis-tor to Eg-ypt, whoso j transfer to Ecuador us envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary l a s been proposed to tho Senate by President Hoover. Gunthor ha been in the diplomatic scrvi 'a for over twenty years. [I Just Cff the Wire !'· Columbia Gas and Electric Takes Over Oil Interests of Cos. AnmUiH-imont has bwn inatle in New York t h a t the Appalachian Oil Dowlopmonl Corjioration has boon forniod to t a k e o-, er t h o oil interi'Ms of t h e subsidiaries of lht. Columbia (!a.-; Kle ··!·!(· Corporatlcu. The co 1111 allies i n c l u d e d in tho group will I o tho .Manufacturers Light it Heat Company, the P e n n s y l v a n i a Kuel Supply Company, Fayelle C o u n - ty Hay ComtKiny, N a t u r a l (.!;;« Coin- pjiuy of Wet V i r g i n i a and Ui« Kay- stoiu' Ua-; Company, ['ropertiri- to be t r a n s f e r r e d to tho newly orpantxMl ( o n i p . i n y a i o v a l u e d at more t h a n ¥'1.000.000. tpd Prosa. filUOlCU-rr, Colo, J a n . L'S. -- Seven persons porisii ni t o d a y In a lire that dostroy-Ml tho notnc of J'aul M u r t l n w at I'Yoderir.'k, ,i small luitunK c a m p . s o u t h w e s t ot C.reclev. TIM; dead were ^Irs. ' M a r l i n e , , her f h o children, r a n g i n g in agi f r o m an i n f a n t a 1'cw ! m o n t h s old to J.^ years, and a man known as Nc\\ Ion, who att-empTcd to rescue them. M a r U n c z wa.5 at work at tho time. » * » McKKKSPOirr, J a n . 28.-- Doctors at McK-e-esport H( spitat r.aid today that CU.'orst- (iroie.s, 1 (, of A k r o n , Ohio, and Jani-es Johnsoi , 4'), of Uniontown, wore reuovcnln.; f r o m the effects of toach noi«on iccidentally mixed In pancakes which Idik-d t h e i r rrommate, Ralph .tones, IK' of lintter. « * KFAV K E X K I X U T O N , J a n . 2S.~ Seven firoinen »voro injured and five girl« viero rcei ued in a (Ire that destroyed one b u l i d i i i K , damaged another and i m p e r i l l e d in entire block in tlio heart of the burineKs, district hero la/H night. IvOfcw wai cblirnatod at $300,000. COLt'MBUH, t r a i n m e n were New York (Je 1 ploded at A r n u t h i s city. They Ktuoer; W i l l i a m brakernan n a n u Com C o I u m b u H . U'ASHIXGTO iloovor has bet Labor Depart tin d u r i n g the week creased 3.8 per \\eclc and that j f u l . U h i u , J a n . 1)8.--Three killed today when a · i t r a l locoinotivo tx- UU 10 miles north of were Hoy Taylor, en- Berry, fireman, and a .1 Dennis. All were ,', J a n . as.--President u Informed by the at t h a t employment e n d i n g January 13 in- ent over tho p r e v i o u s ')hi w e r e more plenti- The f u n e r a l servie'- lor Thomas R. ;3ileox, former h a s e h i l l p l l c - l A i r a n d ·csidcnt of roiinel'.sville, w i l l b" held Thursdsiy a f t e r n o o n . Tin- body vv;is b r o u g h t from the home- a! Alicia, ·vhere d o u l b oceurrt ii' s u d d e n l y at t i i l f i o'cli'i k M o n d a y n r i r n l n i r , to t h e i unorai home of .I. K. K i n i H a n d prepared for b u r i a l . I t wa 1 - t a k e n to t h e ic-hidence. of Mr. .md A!r-. CJ. H. ( i r . t f t . brother-in-hns and .si-ter oi Mrs,. Sii- i ox, .'it 111 Kasl O i e h . i r d a \ e n n e t h i h i f t e r n o o n . A bi t'-[ service \ v i l l be c o n d u c t e d at the ( J r a f t home ,it 1! f.'i l o c k T h u r . d i i y j i f t o n i o o n and at 2 . " u o't hit k a t T r l l ity i / u l b e r a u t ' l u i r e h . M i . \Y. i!. J l e t r h k , Hie pa. 1 lor. w i l l o f t l c i a t r . hit ^ r m e - u t w i l l hu in l l i l l ( . i i n v t O i n t - t ^ r y , \ \ i l i i K i i m H o l o n i c i n Lodse, No. ;!lti, Krei' and A c - e p l e d M . i ' - o n v , 'it v hid! Mr. S i l ( u \ \ \ u \\ m e m b e r , in charge- at the grave. "Turn" S f l i u \ (Mine t o t h K i l l v i n 1 'M)fi i r i ^ m I ' l i i l a d f l p h i i lo pl^is' basi b a l l toi ih" Cukers in t h e I ' e n n ^ y l - vinla-\Ve,-»t V i r u i u i a l.a'4;ui-. He followed Hie d i a m o n d ( . i n n - i»r I i \ c y ars. p l a y i n g t u o MM urns In f'.iniid i U ' l d I.Her w i t h H r a d t n i d i n t h e I n l i i - h ate I j t a t j u p . At on" Mine he wa 1 - n;ruia,ger ol' ,in i n d t - p e i d MH t l u h ' i e n . On December ,'!0, I t ' l l , he m.ii i led Miss .Mary l l o l l u M j a n d f o l l o w e d b i l l ade of m a c h i n i s t Kor ,L l i m e hi u a s m u r i t e r moi b a u l c for the I I . C'. K ' i c k Coko C o m p a n y A\ I . l i , s e u i i n f ; No. ] and later l i v e d at I ' o j i l a r (irovo. K i r tl\f p/ist f o u r j i ' a r s he had been f u r e i n i u i o t m a r i n e vs,i.s i n r t h e .Mon- ef-sen Coal it Coky C n n i p a n j , n s i d i n g at Alicia. In a d d i t i o n (o tiis w dort lie is Mir vived by two broUicr^. V i n c e n t W of P l i l a d e l p h i a a n d (!c-rr!, 1 of (.'Join CF- tec, X. J. He w.is a me-inh'-r ol T r i n i t j lj i t l i c r a i i C ' l i i u h ol t h i s c i l v , 01 Klin; Solomon Lodge ot Free A e n - p t i - i i Mi.sonu, Hie I ' t i l o n t o H n Lodge of I'er- fc.'tiun, mo Consis.tory and S l u m p at f i t t s b i i r p , . He WSK born on J u l y 2, 1S2, at B o n s v i l l e , I'.i.. a son of ( l i e la.o Hanutel and H a r r i e t Silco.x. .Mr. Silcox W;IH ill for J U H I si.\ hours and his death was unt^peeled. I'romic poison was tho ( i u s e . J!o a w o k e about 2 o'clock and complained ot a lu'.ul- achu. At d o'clock he t a l k e d of g o i n g to work but was b e c o m i n g d e l i r i o i n and Mrs. Silcox .sent for d phsslclim. A r r a n g c m o n t s for his removal to ! r n- i o n t o w n Hospital had been made, when his dearth o c c u r r e d . dreams and d--thcsio form p e r f e c t l y de- bee n woven. " Y o u n g No- helrne-Hu pro- other,-) 1 oing "VVtviry iri'g, ' boii of which set box-oilier record Ih o i i g h o n t i h e .·ounlrj w a s a d a p t e d bj Bradley Kiiig Tom Hie short numay.in narrative* hy [ A. W y l i e , . i n d I m p o r t , nt u u p f w r t i n g rok's are nt,ie(! dy ik -t Hooch and ''i.iderH K.Midolf. I t is .'· h u n d r e d por- ( o u t d i r i k g u e w i t h i n c d r n t a l nnihic a n d fvonc. Thur.-.day, F r i d a y a i d S a t u r d a y , Molores, ( o ' t c l l c n i l ) ')O sx*n In " H e a r t h i u H.xil-e " Thn ))!o^r.trn .ils-o im l i i d e s n V l t a - idume a c t , a l l t a k i n g com-cdy ntul reel. and ris to XiogfcW sta^e- famo of an ambi- tiouu small town K ^ r l who achievcH "Klorifli'd" fame u n d e r the Zi pennant after m a n y hardships h-earl-brealen. Mary Eaton, herself a y o u n g lady who had aepiralions to f/h»gfeld «tar- dom and who e v e n t u a l l y became fehi'fi premiere dansoue', has the ing- rolo in the p r o d u c t i o n . Scores of ploriliod American beauties support Miss R a t o n in tho lavish Hpectacl« (scenoh. Helon Morgan of ZieKf«ld'« "Hhow Hont" fame, and ICdllc Cantor, iriiniital)lo comic of "Kid lioots" and "Whoopee," Kiegfehi r-ilaKC succefiHOB, are/ east in the- production, appearing In I n d i v i d u a l filcitti in a special revuo iiequenco of t h e picture. J. P. McKvoy and Millard Wobb ivroto the ( J t o r y . MclOvoy is t h e author of tho story on which Zie-Rfeld's "Hhow G i r l " was IxvHed, A r n o v l e t o n o a c t , SOUIK! news roel and all t a l k i n g comedy are also Included. The f e a t u r e picture for Thnrfiday, F r i d a y ami Saturday i". "i'ntarnod," w i t h Joan C r a w f o r d in the fiteHar role. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Steadied J ler Nerve? A d m i U o d to Hospital. Beliy J a n o Peiui, l i t t l e d a u g h t e r ol M ) . and Jlrs. Clinrlen Penn of Ali- qulppa, was lo I'-e taken to the- Children's Hospital, t "lay for observation and treatment. K n e w i l l be under the care of a npccialbt. Uetty Jane in the g r a n d d a u g h t e r of Mr aiul ^li^. II. E Penn of North Arch street and Mi and A l l s . Charles M i l l e r of (he West Side. Held for Court, UNIONTOWN, .Jan. K. -- A r t h u r Kedi'ow of CoolsprliiB was held for court under $1,000 bail w h e n arraigned before a local a l d e r m a n on a rhanre- of violating tho p r o h i b i t i o n laws. Arm Broken by Kiill. Miss Jennie CMllcspie of Dunbar subtaluccl a f r a c t u r e ot the l o f t arm when she, fel on a .sidewalk at that place-. She was a d m i t t e d to tho Con- nellsvillo State Hospital. Daltoii. Pa --"I was ^ 'al;, ncrroua and r u n - d o w n before my 1 tst baby was Ixjrn. My other c h l l d r i n tired run. i had no patiene.fl w i t h them, and they j ist wore me out. My mother toldni t about someone wl o took Lydia t'J. Pin ham's Vegetable, Com p o u n d and it helped her. I tool it myself and go flue results. J am i atthiB along fine now, (hanks to yot r Vegetable footpound. My liusband *.nd I both feol sine t h a i It helped me,"--MRS. STALE, R. !·'. 1, ^, Dallou. STANDARD FRICK VETERAN DIES S p e c i a l to The GDI r'.^i. M O l ' X T i'i.KASANT. J a n . 2 S -J o h n Labeak, 55 voars, one m o n t h a n d f o u r (I.is. old, died suddenly at Ms home at S t a n d a r d at -:05. o'clock t h i s mornlne. Mr. babe; k, a retired laborer of tho H. a Fricl Coke Ooin-* rany, wa 1 - t a k e n i l l i. !ont 11:30 o'clock 1 ist n i g h t Mem ers of the f a m i l y wero ui in mo nod o his bedside. Hi; pas ed away b fore a physician arrived The body w a s t r l u n lo he Carl W I.emmon's u n d s r t u k l n p e t n b l i s h m e n l where Dr. C u r l AV. Ilor -«r deputy coroner, v i e w e d it and e- pressed the o p i n i o n t h a t h e died fi jm n a t u r a l C a n n e s . His wife and several c i l d r c n fuu- \ ivo. ARTHUR S. JONES, NATIVE OF EVERSON. i DIES IN CALIFORNIA Mrs K l l a 1'irl of 211 H i l l street today re«Mv-d word ot tho death of hor b r o t h e r , A r t h u r .S Janos, 10 years old, a n a t i v " of Kv-i ^on, at rfawtello, t'al. .Mr. ,|OIH:H had bfi'ii i i i H n s for a number of \c;ir.s anil it was believed t h a t ln oiH'i 1 w/iii a f f l i c t e d with .sleeping . : ickncv;s Kfliir j w i t ^ H.I?O ho under- wont an o)(j"ilioti Mr. .(onot., a ^^^ of t h o late Mr. and Mrs, A n t h o n y Jonos oi K\?rson, enl i s t e d in tin 1 l ' n i t e d Stato.s A r m y t=omo tiin» lK v fvirc t h e o u t b r e a k of the World War. \Vhi!(^ In t!u rc-gular army, Iw l^i'ami 1 ill and inner l u ! l recovered. Tho U'loKrarn whicJi came from West txj.s Aug.··If"), Cul., s t a t i n g that Mr. Jonos had Iwi) f o u n d do;ii!, was signed by "governor " .Mr. Jon«j, u singlo man, for live yoarrf was em ployed as a hrakoinan on t h e Stinlhwobt U r a n c h ot the I'cnusyl- ^ atua Railroad. Two blstcr-i Mrs. Piri of f'oriue!!s- ] ^ l l l o and K a l h r y n of C l e v e l a n d , and j oti-o hrothor, Bruno, s u r v h o 1 Tin* niofrsai?^ slatori lh.it burial j w o u l d Ix 1 in.id 1 tomorrow niorninfl at 1 '.1 o'clock at Ifouie Conifrtory, near . Hawte-llt', Cal. V I T A 1 M I O N K H)0% T A L K f E He Shared Her Sorrows And Found Happiness Sounds Iho soul-cry of I wo lonely hearts--slopping from sorrows to sunshine--with every foot beat e c h o i n g a heart, beat --struggling, fighting for the joys societ/ d n n i r d thwi u n t i l Jjove showed them the way! Drama t h i t ' s big, big, Big! Telling (ho most inspiring love story t h a t has ever reached the sereen. Vitaphone Act With "Phil Baker in Spain' All Talking Comedy, "The Take Off" A d m i s s i o n -- M a t i n e e lOc and 25e: Might I5c anil !5,» T h u r s d a y , Friday and S a t u r d a y Dolores Costello in "Hearts in Exile" CH1CHESTER S PIL **! --^ T1IK U1AMONH BRAND. our "want" advc-rtisomont. A«kro»r Cht-cb»«.t«r e ltan\Q', , l'III« la ICed IID-J U'Dld mrtillic o., mlcil "Ith IIIoo Ribbon. Take tto wtlw r. BWJE ttCyonr !rtv«« D I A M O OND r!UANTJ PII.LH, foi O» own fta B at*SBf*tt. Al*r«jfi RilUbba SOLD BY DRUGQSSTS EVERVWUEft£ ilW CHEST ron lhi« soothing, 6af c otntmrnt tliat frequently relieves in one application-and seldom fails when applied once every hour for 5 houra. Truck O v e r t u r n s , A track oil tin.- National Bi.-eult Company o v r l i i i i i e d t h i n m o r n i n g at the toot o£ HuUerniore hjll, near Poplar Grove. It w;is snhl nobody wa.s injured. liahor's Kurloupli Hx O t h o M Baker, n s t u d e t I lie I'nited Stales Naval T l i o n at H a m p t o n Hoads, speud-ing a f u r l o t i ^ n w i t h ! l i t t l e son and Inn p a r e n t BraddocU, ha rc-m ived w i f u r l o u g l i hat, been extend Chief S. 8, P h i l l i p s , in ch loc.il n a v a l r e c r u i t i n g s l i i s t r u n i e n t a l in securing M extciibion. ondvd. aviator at. a i n i i i g Sta- 'a., who is is wife- and at Mount rd that his d 10 days, ir.nc oC tlm atlon, wa.s ··. Bakor an Daughter Horn. A d a u g h t e r was horn f imkiy ove- at G..'iO o'clock to SI . and Airs, (leorgo U. ( i i i t l i r i o ol -JOG East Cedar avenue. Uso our nlaslfied a;iveri aemonts. RcsuJIsi I Siu- v ! When vni u^* Ads. in Tho Daily C«nrior. Is small, rw.uUu art- big. Clasalrtod Tho cost If your cook hooks arc not covered with washable material, glva them a coating of colorless shellac. They may then be cleaned with a damp cloth. Today--Tomorrow J "Our ", Singing, Dancing S Cuticura Healed White Elislers Over Baby's Head 9 Face and Body. "Baby's trouble started with an irritation causing hii rash Lnoko out which formed into little white bliste fiettiiif. worse until they were all over his head, facu ai itched, causing bnby to scratch, and scratching caused clothirs seemed to a^ravate him. He was very cross would liu awake at night. "We were advised to try Cuticura Soap and Ointrnei SOUR-, uid after usin,', one cake of Soap and one box was luMled." (Signed) Mrs. Clarence llotzlcr, PittsvtUe i to cry. A red is. They kept id body They eruptions His ;nd fretful and t so purchased f Ointment he Pa., Oct. 3, '29. Soap £V. Ointment 25 awl 50-. Talcum 23c. Sold evcrywhe c. -iainple each fice. AcUirtM-i. "Cuticuf* t.Hbocalariea, Dept. H, Matdvn, MRIWJ." W i t h Eddie Cantor, He en Morgan and Rudy Va Uee a, e p» ., Mary Eaton Also All-Talking Comedy, Movietone and Sound News Time of Shows: 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9 The recommending of safe investments and ,the precautions taken in affording safety for your, money and valuables is not the full ex- lent of the modern bank's safety obligations. The increasing number )f daylight holdups makes it obligatory on the part of the bank to'provide safety for customers while transacting their banking busi less. Realizing that modern nethods itt banditry must be met with modern protection methods,, we have installed FEDERAL TEAR GAS which has teen proven the most effective means of beating the bandit without endangering the lives of customers and employees. This scientific protectio: serves also as a deterrent, as bandits ire helpless against it, and for that reason fear to fitinct bank? ill which it is installed. A safe place to bcnh The Secomcl National Bank Connellsvlille, Pa*

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