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PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE. PA. FRIDAY, APRIL, 26, 1918. Rev. J. H. Lambertson, pastor of the-! City restaurant':- Young-Noschcsn for Methodist Protestant church, was! sometime .gasi; has been employed in given a. real surprise last eveningfthe.'-shoe -department of the Wright- wiien more than 50 friends from the jMetzier. company store,-and the party Summit chapel gathered at his home was given by,other employes of the in East Apple street. The .object of i company. ..Flags were used in dec- the gathering was the presentation of a 550 study desk as a. token of appreciation for' revival meetings .which resulted in 41 converts, a. number of whom were present. Col, J. J. Barnhart acted as spokesman and made the presentation speech.. The evening was featured by so_qgs, patriotic and sacred, readings by Mrs. Smith Grimm, and refreshments served. -Mr. and Mrs. John M. ~oung entertained the IXII club last:evening at their home in. East Green street. Five tables were utilized, and following the games prizes were svwardedTiIrs. C. E. Wilson ana J. C. Whiteley. Luncheon was served. The meeting' marked'the closing of the club season} The next meeting will be held in -"October at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crowley on the South Side.- . Tho marriage of Miss Mabel JWajbel, o£ Mount Vernon. N. Y., and : Harley D. Carpenter, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Carpenter of Meadville, will be quietly solemnized tomorrow in the home of the bride. , Mr. Carpenter is a brother of Harry L. and Otis H. Carpenter of this city, and has a number of friends here.'. He is in the electrical business at Meadville. Friends of Robert Lindale Frazier of Dover, Del., will gfrve a farewell party ton! jit at the Royal Hotel ia his honor. Mr. Frazier received his call, to join Uncle Sam's new National Army last night from the Dover draft board, with instructions to be ready to entrain May 1. Tonight- at. 11.45 o'clock! he will leave for his : Dover home to Tisit his parents, previous to leaving for. a cantonment Mr, Frazier is connected with tin dn Pont enterprises, with headquarters in Con- since last October. He has tie best wishes of his .many friends acquired daring his stay here, Mr. and Mrs. M. J.'Kennedy and Mrs. Kittell of ScottiWle, were among the out-of-town quests at the wedding ol Miss Rosalie L. McCann, daughter of Sir. and Mrs. P. F. McCann of _Greensburg, and Panl.E. Giessey of WIHdMtnirg, solemnized Wednesday morning in, tie Church of the Most Holy Sacrament, Greenabnrj. Mon- sigBors -A. A. Lambing of Wilkinsburg. and ancle of the bride, assisted by Her. BaCier M. A. Lambing of Scott- dele, and Rev. Father Gilbert Stranb officiated. · Dorothy ROM of Sace street, and Germaine Newcomer.of Stew Castle. formerly of ConneUarille, will share honors at a children'* week-end boose party to be given by Mrs. Arthur Johnson of Bdcnrood, Fa. Little Kiss Ruse was accompanied to Bdjewood this afternoon by Miss niniilli Hilkert. a sister of Mrs. Johnson. The monthly meeting of.the Women's Missionary circle of the. First Baptist church was. held yesterday afternoon in th«j church. The first half boar of the meeting was led by Mrs. Bisel, foDorred by in interesting program entitled, "Keeping the Flag and, the Cross Together." Visitation Bar will be observed Sonday by the First Baptist Sunday school. The object is to Increase the Sunday school attendance. The G. I. A. nnit to the Charleston Conrtorts branch of the Navy League ' met last night at the twine of Mrs: ' George Gamble in South Pittsburg street, witli Mrs. E.' G. Graham of Johnstown, a daughter of Mrs. Gamble, aoaiesn. About twelve ladies were present and spent the arming knitting for the sailors. The regular meeting of tie Woman's Bible class of the Jflrst Methodist Episcopal church -was held yesterday afternoon, at the In South Pittetmrx street. parsonage. ' The Bojal circle of the United ·Brethren, church -will meat tonight in the church. The busineM meeting will be followed by a birthday party, at which ramie -will be rendered and refreshment* served. "The Minister's "Wife's New Bonnet," -was presented last evening in the Christian church-before an appreciative andiefice, The entertai- ment war given try the church choir under the direction of James Charlesworth, the church organist. The name o£ (he local T. W. C. A. was changed to the Venl Tida Vica club at,a meeting held last evening . it the home of Mrs. S. L. Fletcher, in Morrell avenne. Greenwood. The evening was spent at knitting. Selections 07 a talking machine were greatly en- loyed. Albert Noechese, trho leaves Sunday light with the draftees for Camp Lee, Petersburg, Va., was tendered a-sur- jcise party la^t night" at the Queen orating. Supper served at 8.30 o'clbcK." "The'remainder ol the evening wasjpent at dancing and music. ' · PERSONAL. Mrs. 3. R. Davidson and daughter, Miss Marion, returned home last night from Jacksonville. Fla. The "best place to shop after all Browneil Shoe Co.--Adv. ·Sirs'."Jack Smith of Tittsburg has returned home after a visit with Mrs. Leah-Stoner of Limestone Hill. "Women's .patent colt and dull kid pumps, :Louis heel, ?6.00 value, $5.00. Brownell Shoe Company.--Adv.--26-1 Mrs^'.Clark Collins and Mrs. John Collins "Have'gone to Denbo, Pa., to visit -the former's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Reid. Drafte4? If not, let me measure you for that new-spring suit. Dave Cohen, Tailor.--Adv. ; Women's_dark grey lace boots, military "heel, $6.50 value, $5.50. Brownell Shoe Company.--Adv.--26-lt. Mrs. E?J. Newton of Buffalo, N. Y., is visiting at the borne of Miss Daisy Lohr. Miss Lphr and her guest and J. Lester-'Afegaha are in Pittsburg today."-- ' - ' Local pictures Thurslay and Friday at the Paramount. Don't fail to see tbe draftees leave for Camp Lee.-Adv.' " Don't fail' to attend our eight days' sale if you would save money. Brownell Shoe Company.--Adv.--26-lt, Miss Mary Porter of Dawson went to Pittsburg this morning to spend the day. . Early cabbage and tomato plants now ready. P. R. DeMuth Sons.-- Adv.--23-5L Women's black kid lace shoes, ?5.50 value, $4.50. Brownell Shoe Com- pany.-^Adv:--26-lt. ' Lieutenant Montgomery -Dilworth of Company D, 110th Regiment, who is home otna furlough. Is spending the, day "in-Piltsburg. Our Oxfords, ties and pumps for women are the prettiest foot dressing ever shown: Come and see. Crbw- ley-Mestreiat Co.--Advt--23-6t Mr. and Mrs. J". M, Herpick and daughter. Miss Margaret Herpick, who have~ieen located at Southern Pines, N.'-"C.;T for some time past, arrived horoe~la5t night. , For the beat and cheapest repairs, on. that roof, conductor or see F. T. Evans Estate.--Adv. Orto May has returned to Ms home at Markieton after visiting his sisters, Mrs. Charles Boyd, Mrs. F. E. Kregar and Mrs. A. B. Nicholson of Connelhrville. He .wDl leave Sunday for Crap-tee. ' Wornjgr'sMJark- brown lace oxfords, 'J6.00 values, 15.00. NEXT MAIL FROM COMPANY D MAY BE BE DATED WRANCE Continued from Pace One. i Ga., since last September. On lear- ing this morning Colonel Ba.rnhai-1, ·tvlio is a" veteran 01 tic Civil War. stated he would also go across if he could get a commission. · ! lUi.PH STaGivR B3-1IXG KEPT Bf.'ST AT CAMP M515. In a: letter .to. Cl _B.-..\lcCprmic.fc of The Courier force Ra'.yh Sli.ger lets it be known that lie. together with other .boys at Cam-p Lee. are nq| suf- Jump from Bed ; in Morning and i Drink Hot^Water Tells why everyone should drink hot water each morning before. breakfast* · Brpwnelr-Slpe Company.--Adv.--26-1. Mrs. _ Kell Long and Mrs...~ rEeroy Gnibord, home . .last . knight burg,:. PlaJ, where " daughter, arrived from St. Peters- they . spent thft greater "part of the" winter./ ConnellsviUB poultry raisers will be pleased to ^know .'that Anderson- Loncks now ' have a stock Conkey's Buttermilk Starting Food. For the benefit of those that never used It we will say that It is positively the finest food on the market for baby chicks. -- Adv.-r-26-2t.- Women's white- caovas lace boots, military heel, $4.00 value, $2.95. Brownell Shoe Company. -- Adv.-- 26-lt. Miss Goldie Miller and Mrs. Dorothy Banner have returned to their home at Markleton alter a visit with Mrs. Russell Tbunkin'.bf Chestnut street. Bargain'" matin«« at the Soisson Theatre,-. wartime prices, 5 and lOc,-- Adv-26-2t. ..... Attend our eight days' sale. All spring and summer shoes reduced. Brownell Shoe Company. -- Adv. -- 26-1. BOOSTING "SEA POWER" JTary League BraaeK Arrange* for Sanffe- Copies of Jfagarfne. After. uis lecture Wednesday night Captain .'W. ~H. Stayton appealed to tn'e membership committee of the Navy here to use .their best . efforts In fiavinr the people of Con- nellsTille-.and- vicinity become members of the Navy League go that they. may through -"Sea Power," the official league magazine, and various literature sent but- from headnarters, b^ come better acquainted- xith the-navy and tbe part it is playing in the {Treat war. . Every 'person who is interested in the navy andttbe ship building work is urged to sign the card handed out at Captain Stayton's" lecture' or ' the application blank on another page of The Courier and mail 'it fo the Navy League, Title . Trust biulding. Con- neJisTflte. '«ea. Power";i» a beautifully illnslratetf magazine, containing most interesting and enlightening information on naval and maratime subjects. It is sent free of charge to all Navy League members. EVERY PACKAGE You EAT POSTTOA5TIES Clark Declines. .. VASHINCTON, April M.-^eaker amV "Clark today declined Governor Gardner's proffer of the Missouri senatorship to nit the vacancy caused by Senator Stone's; death. . .Odd FelloW Auivenary. ' : The Odd Fellpws of ConneUsville will oTJeeirye the;'.99tb anniversary- of- Odd Peilowsiiip Sunday at a rally In tbe temple-in South Eittsburg stre'et CiMlty JEnainationB Satmrday. County examinations for students of schools Saving a; term of eight months will be held Saturday in tie several districts of the county. Wiry is; man and womanv.aalfj the time, · feeing' nervous, . despondent., I worried; /some.'days and unstrung; feriug for lack of something to do. 'V7c arc either aigging trenches, taking all day hikes with heavy packs, skirmishing or rtrtlUnfc" all -day," Ralph writes. "Wtien you nave put in ;i Ml day at these stunts you are usually ready to so to bed early. "They have started to give furloughs in our company, hut I don't suppose they will get down to my name for throe or four weeks. They let all the o'ld men go first, so it will take about that long before they reach me." nsrrs BROTHER tnio . IS MUTING FOR CAMP. ;Mrs. A. M. ^SVeaver of Leisenring has returned to' her home after a visit with her brother, Corporal J. E. Lenhart, and other relatives near Greens-. burg. Corporal. Lenhart has returned ^ dull "days -really incapacitated by illness ...... . ..... '1C we all would- .practice inside- bathing, what "a ' gratlCying change; 'would take place. Instead of thousands of half-sick, anaemic-looking souls in'tb pasty, muddy complexions, we should see crowds or happy, healthy, rosy-cheeked people everywhere. The reason is that the human system does not rid itself each day of all the waste which it accumulates under our present mode of living. For every ounce of food and drink taken into .the system nearly an ounce of waste material must be carried out. j else it ferments ano forms ptomaine- like poisons which are absorbed into the blood. Men and women, whether sick or well, are advised to drink each morning before breakfast, a glass of real hot water vrith a teaspoonfu! of lime- 'stone phosphate in it, as a harmless means of washing out of the stomach, liver,, kidneys and bowels the indiges- to Camp Lee after spending a five- i U1)le ' ma terial, waste, sour bile and day furlough. He is attached to the j [ headquarters company of the 320th Infantry. He has taken two courses in training for officers and expects soon to leave for Prance. Last week paid a visit to Leisenring. he EKD OF THE BOCIEE MAR, SATS HARRT. American boys in Prance look upon tha offensive of the Germans in a much less serious light than we here in America. "Things are beginning to look better," writes Samuel ijarry, who is with.the Fifteenth Engineers, to his 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Harry of Connollsville. "I don't think it will be long until I see.you again. If I am not mistaken the end of th» Boche is in sight." CHABJ/ES JIDBBAT MOTES UP Ef SIGNAL CORrS. Charles C. Murray, member of Company C, Ninth Field Battalion .of the Signal Corps, has been promoted to sergeant, according to word received here. Sergeant Murray is a son of Mrs. Margaret Murray of the West Side and a brother-in-law of" C. B. McCormick of The Courier. He was formerly located at Camp Stanley, Texas, but has been moved lately to an embarkation camp. EDWARD XcQTTKRK OFF FOR SOIKEITHXRE. "I am enjoying army life in Texas, but fcy the time you receive this I will have left the Lone Star state for--1 don't know where," writes Edward SfcGiTern, member of the 110th Aero Squadron, to The Courier, from "Waco, Texas; JToGlvern went south with Alva Cochran and others, but he was the only one sent to Waco. KEORE H. aOHXSTON HATING GOOD TDCE Ef FRANCE. Mrs. Carrie V. Johnston of 508 North avenue,, has received word from her son, George. H. Johnston, that he is. well, and having a.good time in France aa a member of Company C, 506th Engineers. Private Johnston was a driver for Harry Dull before entering the service. BIR05 RHODES WRITES HE'S SAFE OTER THERE. Byron Rhodes of the West Side is safe in France and getting the best out of army life, according to a letter to his parents. Mr. and Mrs 1 . Daniel Rhodes. The people of Prance act as if they .could not do too much for the Americans, be says, the veterinary service. Hnodcs is in 6EORCE STRICKI/ER, JB, HADE CORPORAL. Word has been received at Vanderbilt of the promotion of George Strickler. Jr., to corporal. Corporal Stricfc- ler is the son of Mr^ and; Mrs. G. M. Strickler. and is now located at Camp Laurel, Md. B. * 0. FIB3EKA2f JOINS ENGINEERS. C. R. Dunston of Witter avenue, a well known Baltimore 4 Ohio fireman, will leave Sunday night for Camp Dix. Wrightstown, N.. J., to join the 54th Engineers' Operation. Battalion. CORPORA! FRAZIER v RETPBSS TO CAJfP UPTON. Corporal Eugene Frazier, who has been home on a five-day furlough visiting his mother, Mrs. Jennie Frazier of Trotter, - returned to Camp Upton, N. Y., yesterday. DR. SINGER "OVER THESE" 1ETTER HOJD5 SATS Dr. John J. Singer, .formerly, of Connellsvillej. 'has arrived safely, in France according to word received in Greensbirrg. ANOTHER OTWBAR BOY BECOMES A REGULAR. Charles W. Harvey of Dunbar, enlisted in the Regular Army at the PitUbnrg r«rrridng station " - ' Try HOT "classified advertisements. .;.'· Arreitei fir larceny. .'.Three young,men have been arrested : by City Detective: Mitchell charged with the. robbery . ; of f20 and candy. Tr'oin the confectionery store of Farls Melin on North .Pittsbnrg street. The store was ^broken into on, Monday night, the reac window being knocked · out. :-Tlie youths all gave bail for a hearing'before ail alderman. : Granted Marriage Licenses. ;· Owen C. Hnghes of Fayette county, ,*nd Ivy A. C. Wingrove of Smithfield, and Frank B. Eburg of Scottdale, and Emma : B. Laughead of JESverson, were granted'marriage licenses at Greens- bnrs. Millions of people who had their turn, at constipation, bilious attacks, acid stomach, nervous days and sleepless nights have become real cranks about the morning inside-bath. A quarter pound of limestone phosphate will'not cost much at the drug store. but is sufficient lo demonstrate to anyone its cleansing, sweetening and freshening effect upon the system. SAMUEL BOWJJN. CONFLUENCE, April 26.--Samuel Bowlin, one of the oldest residents of Confluence, died here yesterday afternoon of pneumonia, aged about 75 years. He had been sick only a few days. He leaves a wife, one son and three daughters. He was the father of Baltimore Ohio conductor Wil- IJam Bc-wlln, who was killed by a train a few, years ago, and who lived in Connellsvllle. . No arrangements have been made. · ·' EDWARD BAJHD FRENCH. Edward Baird French, 18 years old, died yesterday afternoon at hie home at Brownsville fe^owing a lingering Illness. JOSS XA8.Y BBE.UN. Miss Mary Berlin, daughter of Mrs. Gerda M. Berlin, died last night at the home of her mother at Everson after a lingering illness. Besides her mother she leaves tbo following brothers and sisters: Mrs. J. Porter Keffer, Stauffer; Mrs. M. F. OToole · and Frank Berlin, Scottdale, and Charles, George, Nelle and Laura at home. She was a member of Trinity Lutheran church, Connellsville. No arrangements for the funeral have been made. - MRS. KATE BEOWKFTELD. Mrs. Kate Brownfleld, widow . .of John C. Brownfield, died yesterday at the home of her son, Joseph C. Brownfield, 607 Walnut avenue, Scottdale. Funeral from the son's home tomorrow afternoon at 2.30 o'clock, with .Rev. I. E. Runk, pastor of the Scottdale United Brethren church, officiating. Interment in the Scottdale cem- ' survived by the C. W. Brownfield, of Blnghamton, N. Y.; John H., Thomas N., Joseph C. and Alice E. Brownfleld, all of Scottdaie; and Mrs, James Farley, of Fitcairn. ROSE GALL. The [uuoral of Rose Gall, small daughter of MY, and Mrs, Frank Gall of the West Side, was held this afternoon from St. Rita's Italian church in the West Side. Interment in St Joseph's cemetery. etery. Deceased is following children: LIBERTY DAY REQUESTS FnyeUe County. Committee Urges Three Unties on Public. In observance.'of Liberty Day--today--the Fayette County Liberty Loan committee asks every man and woman to do the following: . :i.. To buy a Liberty Bond If you have not done so already. To buy another,if you can. · \ 2.- To hold no conversation with any friend or acquaintance without introducing the subject of our duty and privilege to -buy Lib- . erty Bonds. · 3. 'To. -write .a heartjv .'cheery note to some bor. in service ironi .' Fayette county.,, , · · ; Liberty. Day was set aside by the President, who askea tnat the-afternoon', of April 26.'he.made a. holiday. Owing to'.the great, parade of last week no formal observance of the day was-arranged for ConuellBville.' TKe HOME of QUALITY and SERVICE ' · : H PITTSBURG S t C O N N E I L S V I L L E : . BCTTEKICK Hosiery " Ladies' fast blade lisle HOES, full regular' made linen toe and heel, sizes 8£ to in. Mill prico today 25c. Anniversary Sale price 19c per pair. .. T , Children's fine ribbed fast black Hose in all sizes, double heel, toe and knee. Mill price today 20c. Anniversary Sals price 15c per pair. Ladies' fast black moca iisle Hose, full regular made linen .toe and heel, sizes 8% to 10. Mill price today 3oc. Anniversary-Sale price 25c per pair. Our Waist Specials SPECIAL NO. 1--1 doz. Ladies' "Waists,' msde of fine quality Voile, both plain and striped, sizes 36 to 46. Mill price today 70c. Anniversary Sale price 59c each, SPECIAL NO. 2--1 doz. Ladies- Waists, made in fine Quality Voile, both plain and stripes, high or low neck, sizes 36 to 46. Mill price today'75c. Anniversary Sale price 69c each. SPECIAL NO. 3--1 doz. Ladies' Waists, made in fine quality Voile, high or low neck, sizes 36 to 46, Mill price today $1.04. Anniversary Sale price 79c each. Lace Curtains, Scrim White and Cream Scrim Curtains, lace trimmed, fall length and width, a very flnc quality: Mill price today $1.50, Anniversary Sale price 11.19 per pair. Fine White Lace. Curtains, full length and width, excellent- quality. .Mill price today $1.65. Anniversary Sale price $1.39 per pair. Curtain Scrim in .White and Cream, hemmed edge, full 36 inches wide. Mill price today 18%c. Anniversary Sale price 15c per yd. Curtain Madras in Cream and White, full 36 inches vide. Mill price today 35c. Anniversary Sale price 25c per yard. Highly Favored Frock Styles With the graceful straight lines as the prevailing mode, we are presenting- each day a series of models that are individual and style-different as cart be. For eiaiaplc, a navy blue crepe dress with contrasting trimming, colored large bead buttons, dutch neck and over skirt effect--a .plain, simple, but effective style. A serge freely trimmed with satin, with belt, and bow finish; square neck and buttons. Another model, straight line but with low blouse and sash. This style is trimmed madarine style with Scotch plaid. White--A Smart Hat Style . There are many hundreds of very smart people who maintain that no hat is BO smart and exclusive as the all white hat White Hats are out on Filth avenue. New York and tomorrow we place-on exhibition and sale a large collection which is received .within, the hour of this writing. Prices range from $4.95 to $20.00. Voile--Indian Head Linen--Muslin White Voile, 36 inches wida a fine sheer weave. Mill price today is 27c. Anniversary Sale price 19c per yard. The well known brand--Indian Head Linen, 36 inches wide. Mill price today 26%c. Anniversary Sale price 17c per yard. Colored Voiles, 27 inches wide; in checks, stripes, floral designs, pink, blue, Ian and paisley effects. Mill prico today 19^c, Anniversary Sale price 36 2-3c per yard. Bleached Muslin, 36 inches wide, good Quality. Mill price today 21c. Anniversary Sale price ISMic per yard, i House Dresses-Aprons House Dresses, grey and blue- checks and stripes in Gingham and' Percale, all guaranteed fast- colors and the best workmanship that can be had. Sixes 36 to 42 only. Mill price today $1.50. Anniversary Sale, price 95c each. Coverall Aprons, button flown, Bide, made by the 'best Apron manufacturers only, made in Percale and Gingham in light and'dark colors, sizes 38 to 46, lull lengths.. Miy'l price today $1.00. Anniversary Sale price 69c each. Children's Goods Children's White and Colored Dresses in Gingham, Percale and Crepe, in plaids, stripes and checks, sixes 2 to 6 years, all well made and nicely trimmed with sillc br»W; guaranteed fast colors. Mill prlc.e. today $1.00. Anniversary Sale price, 59c each. ., .,..._». ...:.. . 25 dozen Rompers .in .Gingham, Percale, Linene and Chambra, plain colors, stripes and checks, sixes 1 lo 6 years, fast colors. Mill "price today 75c. Anniversary Sale price 4*c each. Wed ia Cumberland. Luther Hake and Rachel Eixon, both of Owe'nsdale, ahd Charles Wright of McClellandtown and Sylvia Franks of Monessen were granted licenses to ! wed in Cumberland. . Eight-Pound Son, - ) Mr. and Sirs'. Frank G. Wilson-of Ed- j win avenue, Scottdale, are receiving : congratulation* upon the birth of aa 1 eight-pound son this morning. i ^0 ADTASCE IK S T H M A There w no "ram* but rtiid it often brou«U by- PRICE /ICRSVAPORUB^v 2e--SOe--»tflfl TO AVOID BACKACHE AND NERVOUSNESS . Told by Mrs. Lynch From Own Experience. Providence, E. I.--"I was all run down in health; was-nervous, had head- a c t a s , my back ach.ed all the time. I was tirud and had no ambition forany- tbing. 1 h*i taken a number of me/ji- ciheo wMch Sid me no good. .Ohi! day I read about 1 Lydia E. Hnkham's.Vege- tableCompoundand what it bad done for women, 10 I tried it. My nervousness and backache and headaches disoppearea'. · T gained in weight'and feel fine, so I can honestly recommend "Lydia E. Pinkhsm's Vegetable Compound to any woman -who if snfferfnifas Iwas."--Mrs. ADELINE B. LYNCH, 100 Plain St, Providence, R.L Backache and nervousness are symptoms or nature's warnings, which indicate functional disturbance or an unhealthy condition which often develops into a. more leriotu ailment. Women in this condition ibcuH not continue to drag along without help, but profit by Mrs. Lynch'a experience, and try this famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound--and for special advice write to Lydia E. Pinkham Med.Co.,Lynn,Mm. TO PEOPLE WHO CHAFE Over one hundred thousand people in thin country have proved' that nothing relieves the soRDcaa of chifing as quickly and permanently as "Syfcd Comfort Powder." 25c at Vinol and other drug itona. Trial Box Free. Tbe Comfort Powder Co., Bottom Mm». OtTR One-Half Off Sale A Very Special Sale of 100 Trimmed Hats Will Be Sold on Saturday at Our Regular Prices. Just Received a New Line of Sailor and . Tailored Hats. . .J.R. Foltz... ' 180 S. Plttslrarg St-, . CONKBULSVILLl, PA. Notice. There Trill be a dance in tbe Slavixb haU, Saturday, April 48. All are in- vited.--Adv.-26aprSt. Saving dollars and waiting the lives of tiie.boys in tie trenchee Js poor business. Better invest in a Liiertr Boada. Death Yesterday Secoftd on West SUe in Minnie Johns, 11 years old, daughter of Samuel and Jennie Johns, died yesterday at the family residence First street, "West Side, following an illness of diphtheria. The funeral was held this afternoon with interment in St. Joseph's cemetery. . · This is "the second West SHe.cWW to die this week of diphtheria.. Albert Ference, -son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fereoce of Third street, died on'aton- day. ' -' !n Ac, , Classified AdTOU»e»enti . ' Brtnf' reeulu. Coat only le a wort. Vbose wbo adrertiie. HOHE DEFENSE. To»r Koaey-is the TTeaJUi of Comntry, The money that you save a a home defense. "With the money that our people save and" deposit in Savings Accounts, our Government can pro- Tide .ships, food for the army and monitions for war. That is the double function of money. It ia your -11^^ins; yet it becomes the wealth: of our country, when it.is in circulatiom. Save money as well as food, ctothiij aiid fuel. Deposit -four savin** uiti The Cltl«n» National Bank, 030 N. Pittaburg street, where it will be sal* IDA secure and will earn int»re»fc-- Adv. · ' - · · · · . D ie..md MC adwtlsiac

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