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April 18, 1918

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PAGE TWO. COURIER, CONNELESVIULE. PA. THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1918. GETTING READY TO "SLIP A PILL TO KAISER BILL" -.. Announcement has been made of the-marriage., of iliss; Marian Deal daughter of 'Mr.;.and Mrs. Levi _Deal of/Grove City, and Jo!m J. Spearman nized at Sharon, has been announced: Mr. and Mrs. Langdon are -well and favorably known here and at Sharon. Tie bridegroom is inspector for the Grove City, solemnized ..Tuesday Carnegie Steel company, '.raornins at 9 o'clock'la the "home of 'the bride. The wedding was attended by. only members of the two families and a-fewlhtlmate'friends. ..The bride was.'give'n-in marriage -by her. father'and fiad as her only attendants her s'ister.-iliss Nan'-Deal and-Miss Ruth. Spearman, a~-sister-of the bridegroom. She "wb're-'.heFr'triveling-Viiit' of nary blue and a hit -10" niateh, -Mrs. Spearman previous to her marriage was a sixth grade teacher in the Second-Ward schools of this city, and has The Ladies' Guild of the Trinity He- | formed church met last night at the · home of Mrs. Ross G. Miller on Arch : street. Eleven members and one guest were present. Business of a. routine nature was transacted and articles for 'the bazaar were tu;-n«i in by the members. x ' ] Co-incident .vith announcement of i tho marriage yesterday at Dunbar of Sergeant "vViibert M. Stillwagon of : a number of friends here. Mr. Spear-! Company D. 110th Regiment, Gamp · man is a well knowiryoung business j Hancock, :o Miss Carrie Alice Vaughn ! man of Grov« City, fallowing a wed- j of Dunbar. announcement is made also | ding trip Mr..and Mrs: Spearman will lot the marriage of Sergeant Still-i be at home, at therr new home "Hill- cresC' Grove City. ladles -^Headed a cbaia par- :ty__giyen yesterday afteriiboa by Mrs. JoSn" Wilder at her home in South ;C«nnellsville for the benefit of the ·building fund of the Trinity Epescc~ n's brother, John E-mmeit Stillwagon, of the United Stales battleship South Carolina, to Hiss Clara V. Du.1- ton of Milton, "Dela-ware. solemnized on April 8 at tne home of an aunt of the bride in Philadelphia. No details were contained in the letter received by his parents, Mr. and -Mrs. John. C. ·palyjihurcii. The afternoon was spent I Stil'wagon of Edna street. Sergeant ..at knitting- and a very delightful ..time Piano", solps^ by Arthur-and of the hostess. Stillwagon and Miss Vaughn, were married by the Rev. W. H. McKlveon of the Baptist church at Dunbar. TEST.5L greatly enjoyed. Refreshments SBtved. Mrs. E. If. Monnan of PERSONAL. Canton; O-, was an out t/f town guest. 1 Miss Elizabeth Patterson has re.":,,.'. -- · · turned home from Grove City, where Kev. M. S.'.Kanaga ol Unioniown installed the following, officers for the ensuing year at the resular meeting of. the Woman's Guild of the Trinity -- "Episcopal church held last evening at the home of Mrs. ikina Johnston Brendel in South PiUsburg street: President, Mrs. Charles "W'eisgerber; . "rice president, Mrs. Herbert Pratt; secretary, Mrs. I. W. Myers; treas- 'urer, Mrs. Paul Gerke. A committee . 'composed of Mrs. G. N. 'Wood, Mrs. Herbert Pratt, Mrs. T. G. Ktncaid and Mrs. John "Wilder, was appointed to make a service flag to be dedicated next Tuesday night- It was decided to serve no lunches -until after the . 'close of the war. Tho nest meeting 'will be held at the home of Mrs. L. \v~. Brown, in Sycamore street. she attended the A-delpMc banquet of Grove City college. Mrs. Jean Hurst of- the 'Woolworth apartments, "has returned home from a visit with her mother at Beaver, Pa. The best place to shop after M. Brownell Shoe Co.--Adv. Mrs. Robert Sample and Mrs. Orval Rusli of Uaiontown, were guests,of Mrs. Joseph Riling yesterday. Mrs. Harry Ford of Greenwood, was the guest of relatives in Uniontown. Tuesday. There are thousards ot men all over the coke region wearing clothes These four nepbews of tlncle Sam loading their gun tor work are aboard one ot the new American torpedo-boat destroyers that are being 'ouilt in large numbers and put into immediate service in the war zones'. WANTS TO BE PILOT Continued from Pncro One. return to "Washington, D. C., tonight after spending a two weeks' furlough at his home here. BOT OJUKRED TO KEPO.HT AT- C.U1P J)IX. IF HAIR IS TURNING GRAY, USE SAGE TEA Here's Grandmother's Recipe to Darken and Beautify J'luied Hair. Sunday night for Camp Dix. Xc-w J e r ; sey, where he will go into training i A1.BBRT J. BERKLEY. Following an illness of complication i of diseases Albert J. Berkley, 47 years ! and 11 months old, a telegraph oper- j ator for the Pennsylvania railroad, j died last night at his home, No. 157 i North Fourth street, West Side. Fn- ! ing a mixture of Sage Tea and Sul- I neral services will be hold from the' That beautiful, even shade of dark, glossy hah- can only be had by brew- phur. through Local Board No. 5. Herbert is a Pittsburg Lake Brie railroad fireman. Your hair is or mars cae S. RAY 1TOEK OF BKOAJl- FORD afP 1 !"""" ^ ^o of Sage and Sulphur enhances its apnoirance a han- dredfold. Doii't bother to prepare Uic mixture; you can get this famous old made here! 'Why not you? Cohen, Tailor.--Adv. "t« "ii'.'rT)'kVTr recipe improved by the addition of An JI^LHA^IU [ other ing - ed i CIlls al a smal , . osti a j j l S. Ray Work, son of itr. and Mrs. I rcady Ior U5C lt is callf!d wycth's I , . Samuel Wort of Broad Ford, sue- j Sage accl Su i piL u r Compound. This can His death Is the second 10 occur in a cessrully passed an exarninuion and| alwars ' Dave i has been inducted as the .M. H. S. Unit No. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lewis and baby ! have moved from. Mjrth Pittsburg . . . .1 .'..-~~ ' . j street into a residence on the corner Urs. J; C..Moore- van hostess at the i O [ · .vjorrell avenue and Bighti street, of jhe · Vanderbilt Greenwood, vacated by John Crowley and family. Go to the Yongb. House Restaurant for yottr Wednesday supper. Chicken and waffles. Mrs. C. .1. Armstrong.-Adv.--16-at. Mr. and Mrs. M". Fl Townsead of Flatwoods, and George L. Armstrong of the "West Sidw. attended the funeral of a relative, Mrs. Lev! Sharpnick, held Tuesday from tie family home at club yesterday at her home :at;:Vanderbilt, Twelve ladies were, present and'spent the day s«w- ingjfor the Red Cross. At noon a dinner- was ^served by tho hostess. Out- 6f-towi-members of the club present were'Mrs. B. Frank Smith, Mrs. j! H. Cook.-^itTS. Edward Sweeney, Mrs. Mat'ti'e'.Ricnter and .Mrs. Boran, · all of Connellsville. Tha next meeting will" be held at the home of Mrs. 'Calvin Martin- at Mellie, An important meeting of tho Priscilla Sewing circle -will be held tomorrow afternoon, al tho home of Mrs. William Means at Poplar Grove. The meeting will be devoted entirely to sewing for the R«d Cross, and all members, as .well as other women fcj- ' terested in the work, are asked to turn out and assist in the sewing. Miss Elizabeth Curry and brother, George W. Curry, ot Bast Francis avenue, nave gone to Cleveland, O., to attend the wedding of their sister. Miss Iva M. Curry, and. Edward A. Hornung, to be solemnized tais evening at 8 o'clock in the Bethany English Lutheran .church, .witi. ..Rev. "Howler officiating. Toe bride former~ ly resided in ConnellsvilVe, and has a of -"friends here. - For some Holabird. Baltimore, lid. bo depended upon ^mechanic in i back ' ^ nitulra j color ^4 506 at Camp · _ vour j,.|j r _ ^ your Ciiarm, it i house tomorrow night at 7.30 o'clock,'. face. When it i with Rev. Bllis B. Burgess, pastor ot i tie Trinity Lutheran church. ofTiciat- · ing. Saturday morning th*e body will | be shipped by Funeral Director J. L. j Stader to Youngwood for interment in i Central cemetery, n«ar the Fighting school house. Deceased was bom at Somerset,! April 27, 1870. son of Mr. and Mrs. 1 Israel Berkley, the latter deceased. i His de: bring family of 17 children. Mr. Berkley is lustre of ! survived by his widow. Mrs. fcimma A. j Berkley, three children, Calvin M., in mmery LOT 1--150 Hats in all styles, colors and materials. Wonderful values. These Hats range in price from $3.50 to $7.50. Anniversary Sale price $1.95 each. LOT 2--100 Hats in all shapes and colors; all high class hats. Wonderful values. These hats range in price from $5.00 to $10.00. Anniversary Sale price $2.95 each. The HOME of QUALITY.and SERVICE' .N PlTTSBURG.Sti EDGAR IS 310TOR JEECHAXICS I Everybody uses "Wyeta's" Sage and | military service, stationed at San An- Sulphur Compound now because it! tonic, Texas; Oswald T.. at home and | darkens so naturally and evenly that; Miss Roberta Berkley, m training at nobody can tell it has been applied, i the "Westmoreland hospital, Greens- Edgar W. Gilbert, son of Mr. and j You simply dampen a sponge or soft .Mrs. William Gilbert of Johnston ave- ; brush with it and draw this through nue, left Monday night for Camp Hoi- '·. the hair, taking cine small strand at a labird. Baltimore. Md.. to report for . Ume; by morning the gray hair has war duty in the motor mechanics' dc-! disappeared, and after another appli- * cation it becomes -beautifully dark and appears glossy and lustrous. This read-to-use preparation ia a delight- partment. CarmichaelE. FORMEK FRICE OFFICLU, coos TO :FEA"CT,. A. G. Smart, a .forme" H. C. Prick official at Honco. acd a. we: knowTi Sunday school worker of time past she has been the-Cleveland schools. a teacher in T.h.e TV«st Side Needle-workers will meet tonight at tie home of. Mrs. ;: Harry Decker fn Ninth, street, Gre«n- ;~ wood. : Mrs. Wilbur Nelson will entertain - : the Ladies' Aid society of the First -; Baptist church tomorro-w nignt at her home in Avail's roarl. Members of her ;; -Sunday school class will assist in en;; tertaining. * '.'. The regular meeting of the Philip ;: Freeman chapter. Daughters ot the I'. .^-American Revolution, will be held Saturday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock at ,.the_npme o! Mrs. J. S. Bryner fn. Sy» 'r-''"amor8 street, with Miss Claire Bryner, .: hostess. T. 3. Stador of Latrobe. is visiting : coumv/ has bcra acceplcd i ^ y. J L . his son, J. L. Stader and family, of West Crawford avenue. See Ktag 8 advertisement on Page 8 today--Adv.-17-3t, fu! toilet requisite for those -fi"ho desire- dark hair and a youttrfu! appearance-. U is not intended for the cure. Payetto , mitigation or prevention of disease.-- Charles of Marysville. Pa., who visited his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sweeney, of the South Side, accompanied by Mrs. Sweeney «nd children, returned home Tuesday. Miss Marguerite L-ytle of Pittsburg, is visiting friends here. PYLJMS_HED Sentence on Him V;U Prohably b« Fassed by Mayor Tonight. John Pyle, arrested yesterday for making insulting remarks about the I/iberty Loan while at work in the Baltimore Ohio shops, -was Drought before Mayor Dusgan this morning but no sentence passed on him. He is said to be mentally unbalanced. Persons to testify against him will appear tonight and Pyle will probably get a jail sentence. PRITTSTOWN, April 18.--Mrs. Mrs. Jesse Kough received an announcement on Monday of'the marriage of. her cousin. Miss Frances Riteaour, daughter of Mrs. Lavina Kelly Riteaour, of Streator, 111., to E. E. Sauer of Danna, 111., solemnized at the parsonage of Dr. J. F. 'Wniis, 2959 Logan Square, Chicago, Friday. March 28, at 11 A. M, Miss Ritenour will be remenibered by many friends and relatives here, she having spent A. war work and will be sent to France as a secretary. DUJTBAU BOTS ,fOL\ TffE KECCLAE ARMY. Harry Tressler and Orvilie 'Wilson of Dunbar enlisted in Uie Regular Army at the Pktsfcurg recruiting station yesterday. Adv. CONNELLSVILLE JUMPS INTO LEAD IN THE BIG DRIVE IN COUNTY FOR LIBERTY BONDS burg; bis father. Berkley of Continued from Pftiro One. coumged at the progress made. j ports received yesterday show :s.e- Listie, Pa.: 10 brothers. Frank, Harry, NoiBon, Joba, Edward. Samuel. Uoyd. Milton. Earl. Onm Bnrkley, and five sisters, Mrs. James Liberty, Mrs. "W. B. Bougher. Mrs. Haltia Brant, Mrs. Delia KretizbHrg and Mrs. Minnie Davis. McARDLE. i Michael McArdte, sr., died at his, BrMge street home, Scotcdale, Wed: nesdaj- evening. April 173), after a i Jiapeting illness. The deceased w^s | 79 years old and has been a resident ! or Scottdale tbr the past 46 years. ! Solemn high mass of requiem at St. I j Jotn the Baptist church, Saturday, ' ; followed by interment in St. John the ' ; Baptist cftmeteo 1 . Deceased is sur- | vived by the following children: Mrs. ! Agnes Pagan and Mrs. M. J. Nash o f ! Scnttdale, and Mrs. H. C. "Weimer of. 1 CLATTOS BOWEB i ports . received yesterday show that ' Young-wood, Katie. M. B., Sadie C. and PASSES BXAMKATIOX' $205.400 worth of bonds having b^t, Thomas P., at home. Mr. McArdle was Clavton Bower who is with thej sold by the local committees o f : b ° r n i D Bounty South Ireland^, a son 103rd Signal Field Battalion A, sta-i Brownsville, Conn.ll.vlll.. Union- , S ^ °^ ^ T m f l n d tioncd at Camp Hancock, Augusta, Ga.,; town. Bullskin, Franklin, Redstone Hl ' !Qcaletl at iMM " m and has successfully passed an eiamina-i an(1 'VHiartnn N'o. I. townships. Fair- lion for an operator. Bower is a i chance. Dawson and Vandcrbilt. son of E. E. Bower of South Arch j The township allotments were $5.- street and was recently transferred! "*, but the reports carry the amounts · moved to Scottdale in 1872. Mr. Mc- ArdLR had a number of friends in Con- neUsvilie. from Camp Meade, Annapolis. Md. C03EP,V5T U HOT RKTPRXS TO C,Utr. J. S. Collins, a member of Company D, 110th Regiment, stationed at Camp over three times what was ^pected to j BECOMES SOLDIER'S BRIDE be subscribed. j ; In the Liberty Loan parade in ' T n-;j, iss A u u anc ii, umi i, n [ s Carried at; iontown today 100 workers of the wo-... AugllsUi to Sergt. I'crcy Sbectx. : man's committee ,were in line. The: oCicers of the committee and its 10 · Hancock, left this morning for Au-1 departments formed one division of gusta, Ga., after spending n 10-day furlough with his mother, Mrs. Margaret Collins. A wedtiing of unt'.stial interest is I tiiat of Miss Ada Mae Hannam, only i .daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hana. cars in. the parade. ( n a m ot Soul]1 Pkts i,urg street, and ; OCficia! ngures issued last evening j Sergeant Percy R. Sheets of the 110th! from headquarters In Uniontown gave, Kegi;llent Hospital corps, stationed i the standing uf the Liberty campaign.^ Cann i Hancock, solemnized M'on- ' as $1,265,100, representing actual sub-' d a y evening at 7 o'clock in tie Holy ! placed at the various banks. Tr i aily English Lutheran church in I n the county. So marked was the in-!^ u e u s t a j Ca., witli Rev. Paul L.' DEDICATE SEET1CE FLAG FOR TRLMT1' The Rt. Rev. Cortlandt Whitehead, i bishop of the Pittsburg diocese ot the; c"eas«- in the volume of subscriptions J y 0 unt, formerly of Greensburg. and Episcopal church will .dedicate a ser-! and ' llL ' enthusiasm now very appar-; a personal friend of Rev. Ellis B. i vice flag in honor of members of t h e j c n t among Loan workers that head-]Burgess, officiating. The attendants! Trinity Episcopal church in military I quarters has tentatively fixed two mil-' were Philip E. Swartzweldcr of the! z. month's vacation here in August. She is a niece of John D. and George B. Kelly of town, and Highland Kelly Mrs-Kenn.eli:.wll!".ejitertam the SH-lot Owensdale, and a granddaughter T Tbimole.cltiB-'Wednesday; alter-!of the late Washington and Lavina noon. ApnT~24th'. Seoffdale." at . her" home in uHura class .. ot the ^JniteiTPresbyteriari-churcb. will meet -thte- evening-at : th«'' home ot.Mrs, B: F. -Trgy4Wr:30S^S'ast Cedar aveaue.".'. The marriage oi-.Siiss-.Vellie Trump, daughter of Mr. and -Sirs. Samuel _Trumo or. thi?-city.-and Ed'gar J. Lang--ten, Son at Mr. aad irrs. A. J. Langdon of Wood street. Sharon, solem- Kelly. deceased. service, Tuesday evening at 'special i 'ion dollars services to be held in the SI. John's I maindcr of this German Lutheran church. the goal tor '.he re- HOtli Regiment Hospital corps, a n d : eek anil will concen- Mrs. Swartzwelder. The bride wore · Nyc's Condition Worse. The.condition of Karl Nyc of South Conneilsrille, who was accidentally shot.by George Sheering of South Con- nellsviUe, is. not very favorable, according to Cottage .Sta"te hospital authorities. HARRY BAKER S0»' LEATLNG FOR Harry Baker, who has been sta- ioned at Camp Gordon, Atlanta. Ga., is spending a furlough at his homo at . Dunbar. He expects to ieuve soon | for "Over There."' HFGH SCHOOOL TO Measles Case Reported. One case of measles was reported to the Board o£ Health this morning. A service flag has been hung in the commercial department of the high school in honor of Charles Carson, the first member of the class to enlist in the service. Carson enlisted iu the Pittsburg Medical division and is stationed at Chickamatlga Park. He is ' a son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Carson of South Connellsville. cep.iei'S follows: Subscriptions SO,i5U trate all efforts the remaining three: her traveling suit of uavy blue and ;l days to attain it. The report issued i hat"*to match. Sergeant Sheets anrl by hisadquaners showing the pro-!his bride are of the most widely and grtss mad: in the various banking[favorably loioira young people of ICojinellsville, and the announcement their marriage came as a surprise to many of their friends. Mrs. Sheet?, accompanied by Mrs. Swartawelder, left for Camp Hancock on last Saturday morning, making uo announcement of her coming marriage. j Sergeant Shcetr. is a son of Mr. and j Mrs. Samuel M. Sheeu of "Washing- j ton avenue and has been a member of the 110th Regiment Hospital corps for some time. Previous to being called into the service he \vas a clerk in the men's clothing department of | WALL PAPER All new 1318 patterns from the cheap papers to the best. Prices from 6c. 7%'c, lOc, 12Vic up to 51.00 per bo!t. ^Wonderful patterns Artistically designed Luxuriously finished Less expensively priced Particularly selected American Manufacture Perfectly Harmonized by Experienced sales people Reliability, the wall paper home All Papers TRIMMED AND BORDER CUT OUT FREE. Come in and look at Samples. No trouble to show goods. PAINTS If you are going to paint get our sample card, also our prices. Gallon cans, $2.25; quarts, S5c; also pints and half pints. Garden Seeds Full line of Fres hGarden Seeds. Fredonia and Lake Shore Seeds. Also tie Parko Seedtape. Better results less labor. US varieties. AH 5c Packages 6 for 25c. ETerything: For Spring- Honsecleaniiis:. Artman Work S. H. Green Stamps With All Purchases. -T tions The Effects of Opiates. INFANTS are peculiarly suscep.tible to opium and ita vari r ..parations, all of which are narcotic, is well taowa. Even in . . smallest doses, if continued, these opiates cause changes in tho func- j f u n d s fpr himself, was reported to At- and grow.h of the rails, ·which are likely to become permanent, causing torney J. Kirk Renner today !y his' I Tuljb a Deserter. { Joljn B. Ta.bb, wearing the u n i f o r m j of a United States soldier, claiming i i o have been honorably discharged ' f r o m Camp Pike, Ark., and who was arrested here yesterday for solicitin Belle VerEott Brownsville Connellsville Dawaon Dunbar Fairchanco Fayettc City - Masontown New Salem Perryopolip Point Marion Republic Smithfield Uniontowu' Vanderbilt Total 146,100 213,850 30.-15J) H.450 35,560 56,250 16,000 S3.750 48,250 28,000 15,300 308,700 27.800 S1.2S5.100 Quotas .? 14-M.IMI 628,750 348,100 J91J.050 ·11,550 22,150 135,450 114,050 52,900 130,560 .144,800 21.050 44,100 I.'136,250 24,950 .R98G.100 ·the Wright-Metxler company store, j He was graduated from the Connells-1 ville high school a member of the j fc'.ass of 1313. His bride was grad- i iuated in the class of 1912. and is al- I Ur. Sobert William, Galesburg, Uo.. Baoembor 27th, 1917. Dear Sirs You ar« right »hea you say In jonrs of December 24th that Senreco 18 a reraarkably good tooth pasta and lhat it has a strong story to tell, but tho difficulty lisa in putting that story in such language us Kill convince the public. . j torney in fact in the office of Attor-; «o (MCIJ Hejmnpj. !nov Fred D. .Munsoii, who is in !bc ' Tko prisoners were given hearings | mi - |i(ary S g rvice . Mrs . SheeU w i n ,. p . | (main in Augusta for several weeks. imbecility, men:al perversion, a craving for alcohol or narcotics in later life. Nervous diseases, such a:', intractable nervous dyspepsia and lack of staying powers are a result of dosing with opiates or narcotics to keep children quiet in their infancy. The rule among physicians ia that children should never receive opiates in the smallest doses for more than a day at a time, and only then if; umivoidable, 'The.administration of Anodynes, Drops, Cordials,. Soothing Syrups'and other'narcotics to children by any but a physician cannot be too strongly decried, and the druggist should not be a p»vty to it. Children who are ill need the attention. o£ a physician, and it is nothing less than a crime to dose them willlully -with narcotics. Castoria contains no narcotics if ifc beais the signature of Ciias. H. Fletcher. Uenuiue Castorin alvraya bears the signature of before Mayor John Diiggan this morr.- ing, one parmjr a 55 lim; and the other being sentenced to tw-j -days on the : streets. ; former captain, to be a deserter. 'H"«d in Cumherlaiifl. Howard Hlllen and Rosie Franki hring, both of Connellsville were . granted a license to wed in Cumbor- | land yesterday. Classified Advertisements Bring results. Cost only Ic a word. I Jay Davis 111. I Jay Davis is critically ill of pneu- i monia at. his home at Poplar Grove. : Kiferlo's Jazz Orchestra. I With drums at Jacques tonight. |.Markell Hall.--Adv. , \0 ADVAJfCK Q" PKICE PNEUMONIA J^ Firstcallaphysician. Then begin hot applications of-- ioc--50c--.$1.00 Billion .Uarlt rnsseil. WASHINGTON. Apvil 18.--New subscriptions of $107,000.000 re-ported to j the treasury today sent the total Liberty Loan pledge over the billion mark to ;],i)S'j,-55S,000. Elks Apijn Please. Another capacity house greeted tlic Kits' minstrels at the Soisson theatre I last night. No report was available today on the amount the Red Cross will receive. Want Help7 Then use our classified column, suits will follow. 'Re- far, that reason »-e make every effort to get the people to try Senreco, Aftar that Sonreco tella its OTO story - a.ii fully 90$ of them are Sonreoo users and toosters. from thon on. There is a Senraco ·naer in Pittsburgh who aoa Introduced our product into the families of thirty-four of his friends. EnthuBicsr)? 50, not entirely. SJaplj B case of Senreco making good. It is Just as stated abore. If they will try Senreeo - if they onoe beoom» acquainted with a real dentifrice - with what a denti-- frica can and should be - they aro Senreco boosters from that tine on. Tour druggist or toilet counterc can ssppl7 you with Senreco. It cooes in largo, tvro ounce tubea eai retails at ZSst, Bhy not get s tube to-day? Try it. v»e utao* behind every package of Senreco »itb. a money-tank truar- tatea, Very truly yours» SEHSECO,

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