The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 30, 1930 · Page 11
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 11

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, January 30, 1930
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1930. ITHB DAILY COURIER, CONNELISVILLB, PA. * PAGE EJ./EVTJN. By Special Permission 'of the Manufacturers 2 DAY SALE of the Famous Friday and Saturday Only Duofold Cotton Union Suits Were $2.75 -- Now Duofold Wool Mix Union Suits- Were $4.00 -- Now $3.40 Duofold Wool Union Suits- Were $5.00 -- Now Duofold Silk and Wool Union Suits- Were $5.00 -- Now $4.25 Duofold better grade Silk and Wool Union Suits--Were $5.75-- Now illy Goldstorie Title Trust Bldg. LET'S BE FRANK N 'O mutter how lovely her complexion is, from ticno to time every woman knows tho rmbarratmtnt of aougly little j.implc. But you needn't feel helpless :tlout it any longer, because Dorothy Cray has perfected a remarkable new preparation railed Pirn pic Lotion. At tiw, first sign of a pimple put a hit of thin lotion on the pot- Apply more lotion from time to timo, and tho piiiiplo "will never develop, but will disappear entirely. Keep a bottle of Dorothy Gr»y Pimple Lotion on hand for aa emergency! On Bale at our Toilet Goods Dejxirtuiont. 121 VV. C n i M f u r d AM-. BELL TEEPRONE TO RESTORE TIME SERVICE i Time ot day information 1s to be · made available b · tolephono on and a f t e r Marc-h 1, it v-as announced today by J. K. Ucbs, m uiagcr for the- JUel! Toll-phono Comp.i'iy. I "When the n c n service is i n b l l l t i t ' i d , " ho said, "it w i l l be- possible lor t e l e p h o n e \i-sers t obtain the corivd ! t i m o at any htnn of l h i day or n i g h t by asking lhr oppra-tor for t h e t i m e . "In establihlihi ; t i m o of day .service, wo are responding to what seems to be a popular d e m a n d for this form ct' i n f o r m a t i o n Uince institution of a special service t meet this demand will n a t u r a l l y oreatte an u d d i l l o n a l operating expense for tho tele-phono company, a charge of five cents w i l l ! be made for each call for time o£ diiy I i n f o r m a t i o n . j j "Obviously, it would bo u n f a i r to ' spre-ad the extra cotrt for time ot" day sorricc among all tcluphono nhers, including a large ii umber who mtiy use the service infrequently, it at all. The company hag decided, therefore, to have the added OXPLMISC thits special service will entail borne by those wiio Had it advantageous to use it." DEMONSTRATION DANS Ji' You Veed Money for Any;! Emergency SHE US Fayette Loan Company Title Trust Dltlg.. jtli l-'looi. Coiuiellsvillo, P, Telephone 2M - SOU Flondol to tho State. After Many Failures | He Discovered A ! Real Pile Remedy . Pur years h uift'ei-ed with i t c h i n g piles. Now and then h-e'd get a little relict f r o m SOUK salve or other--but : nothing m u c h to speak of. I'Mnaliy someone toid him o£ Peterson's Ointment-- of its powerful healing qualities "which had brought such swift, blcss-ed n lief to thousands of liile sufferers. Somewhat d o u b t f u l , ho bought n box--tho first application absolutely convinced him that this was tho most marvelous ointment }n the world. Why, man al'Ve! That agonlisiug soreness went risjht out ot thos-e plies --the tortuous itching stopped--before ho knew it his piles were gone, Kvery enterprising druggist in America Ituows o£ tho mighty heating power ot Pet raon's Ointment--he knows it endH piles--one 35c box will prove it.--Advertisement. 1930^ DOMINANT SET R A D I O A Ncw'Pealc In Radio / A P E X uiEin NEW Perryopolis EUECVflO-DTOAiittl fipiAJCsa Phone 196 W. Crawford Avenue, Cnnnellsville, Pa. PBRRYOPOLJS, J a n . ;:0.--Miss Florence London, a member of Hie Perry High f a c u l t y , who had been ill for several day has returned to her j work. While he was absent Airs. ' C. Cf. Dickson mb.sfituted. Use tho Class ilie-d Advertisements. The- dramatic c l u b of 1'orry Tligli | has chosen "Iiebound" as tlie play for 1030. Prac'ice will bt^in soon. On Tuesday u i t c r n o o n a "pep" meeting was held in the- public school auditorium. Si veral peppy clmers wore- given am t h e n J V. Ridenour and George BiUighman sang. Tafhs wore {jiveu by the senior basketball players. loieanor A l b r scht, Xowona Kamerer, Andy Swetts and C!-eorj;« Haughman talks. We liavo recently pur- eliased concrete block plant from S. M. Grimm, located on Moasou Streot, West Side, Corinellsvillc, Pa., and can furnish high grade, all sixes concrete building blocks Consolidated Gen! Phono 1700. EXPLORERS MAKli RICH DISCOVERIES IN WILDS OF ,'i. A. Unsurpassed Natural Re «Hirc- os Jlcported Along Araguaya River. ARE PURSUED · BY SAVAGES By United Press. mo DK JANfK'IKO, .Tan. .").--The "Mission Velhrrd" is now in B o alter having traversed by canoe oni of the wildest regions in South Ame 'tea, on beba.ll of the Paris Mueuiu ot Natural History, Jean Albert Yellard, Jacntu i Char- reiron anil Maurice (Jong-o ,'ent to G-ovan lasl July, :md from ( icro by automobile (o the- t o w n of Lei poUKng on the banks o£ the Arag-uay River, where they embarked by na oe an/t with Indian guides followed t' is river down as far as Relem, at the i louth of the Amazon. From Alcobaca on. they travelled in company ol! Gene al Eon- don, famous Brazilliau explc rer and fz-iend of the Indiana. The trip won an evident sn icess as more than. 50 hinds oE pois n were extracted from snakes, spide s, SCOT- piorw, etc., to be studied la or, and severaJ new spoc-imene of inse ;ls were discovered and added 1o t e .vast classification of the -world's 1 uina. Among their interesting pX] eriences was ilie witnessing oE a ce emonial daneo of Indian braves, pal ited red and hopping in their n .kcd'ness around a boafire lit on the ankB o£ the river In the middle of t' o night- Queer social and religions customs were witnessed among tho C raja. Indians. When a Cnrajsi man ( les he is buried between two layers 't sticks in. a Kind of a Bandlwlch so a i to protect him Iroin d'irect contact with the earth. ACter gome time lias orpse is disinterred, the- bones wastu .1 In the river and then placed for pre .ervatloii In an earthen jar, When aslfcd 1C the oxped tion had como across any of tho hot- .U« Cha- vantes Indiann, M. , V«llarc replied that they had not ac tually een any, but that the Chavantee bad followed them, slipping noiselessly i long 1 tiio ban Its of tho Araguaya. L ring the night, flre-a, and during he day, smoke, gave ovidc-nco oE th Ir inhospitable pursuers. Tho explorers said tb y wore amazed at tho natural richiii ss of tho country they crossed. Today's Offer To All Who Nave Indigestion Ask Union Drnff Co. A b o u t Generous Jtonry Buck (iiianuii ·. There's a sure way to pi t an ond to stubborn indigestion, ga.s, ihortncaa of broath ,-ind ail the ailn jnts that ^re caused by a bad stornii' h. You are simply patching up your .itomach wlic-n you tako tl inffs that only ffivx 1 relief tor a few oiirs. Why not b u i l d up your run-down blomaeh--make it fltrong a id vigorous ao that you can eat a u j :bing you want any t i m e you want t without the least sign of distress. Dare's Mcntiia Popsin is T hat every stomach Mifferer ne-eda--a pleasant tonic elixir for all stomach i Is. Thousands ol buttles f Dare's Mentha Pepsiu arc .'.old very day because it U the one 01 tslanding, supremely cffe-ctivo stomac i remedy that Is guaranteed by IMion Drug Co., and druggists everywhere o end indigestion, or money back.-- Vdvertise- meut. NAVY IS NO PLACE · FOR QUITTERS, SAYS CHIEF S.S. PHILLIPS "\S'e don't ivant liny (jtiil ers iif th-e Uniteil State;-, Navy." This wari Hio decltiratio i of Chief Samuol S. Phillips, in clu- rg-o o-f t/ho local naval recruiting sla ion in the Federal Building, w h e n lio .amineated upon au appllralion ot a youth, recently. Acwirding to the recruiting oflioer, tho young man inn. ilrod alxjnt the Navy and aaked how h · might get out of (lie service after a year if ho f i n d s it doesn't suit his fm cy. "The Nav want') only he highest type of citizen 1 ; in Iho se vice u-nd. a man who talks about getti ig out o£ it 'beforo lie has even boon c--usid-ered te not tho calibre tlnit wo d mand," Mr. P h i l l i p s said in a very cm 1 hatlo term, i n d i c a t i n g that be don't c arc to discuss Ui-o Niuvy with a 71 au of that typo. Tho recruiting officer ci ed Lb-e reg- u l a L I o i i b winch urf- becoicuig ilrl-ctor with r a p i d i t y and which ire* keeping many -out of the service. Conf menc a Trv Our Want Ada. W h o lo Patronl/p. Thost* «ho ; dverlieo in The Daily Courier. Use Our Classified Ads. lMi:, J a n . ao. -(.ieorge Kcibert v, t is a bnstnesa visitor io Somerset ypslcvduy. (Cdward Bhuffor monu nont deulei 1 ol Sonipiset, was in tow i y«sterdny on business I I . P. H n r n w o v t h was- a business visitor to Sonurftcld yest Tilay. John T-iViich was a bus ness visitor to CounellsvlHe yesterda . II. B i t t n e r of Meyersd lie, county game warden., wa" in tov n yesterday t r a n s a c t i n g business. Mrs. C. A. [fenspl of lonnpllsville was in low n yrslprr iv visiti.ig iriends. Jlrs. Joe Roberts was a v i s i t o r to Counellsville yesterday. J. C. Clark of McKce port wns .1 ))u=ine?s v i i i t o r i r i town yestorday. those »')io t, vertlB«. Your Liberty Is At Stake 8r GEORGE J. SCHULTE OF ST. LOUIS, MO. Talk on the it · r High Auditorium, 8:30 i No Admission Music By Kiferle and His Orchestra Beginning at 7:30 Exhibit of Munson-Gem-Vigor Warm Air Furnaces MADE IN CONNELLSVILLE R v , " , . . . $ .'JL' Munson-McCairns Heater Foundry Co. 10 Sizes -- Meeting Every Demand f to $322 First Showing of the "VIGOR" Our New Product. i' i'if, i Complete Line Will Be On Display at -"·"" : ' N. Pittsburg Street, Connellsville, Pa. February 1st to 8th ^fa^fWKW*^^ Lydia E. Pinlcham's Vegetable Compound Helps Her So Much Cleveland, Ohio.--"I sura recommend Lydla E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound to any woman in, the condition I was in. I was so "weak and run-dowu that I could hardly fatand up. I could not eat and was full ot misery. A friend living on Arcade Avenue told me about this medicine and after talc- ing ten bottlos my ·weakness and nervousness arc all gone. I feel like Jiving again. I am ecill taking it until I feel strong like beforo. You may use this letter as a testimonial."--MBS. 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