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PAGL'J,TWO. THE DAIK2 COURIER, 3ONNELLSVILLE, PA. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, ±930. Council of Jewish Women Will Hold Open Meeting February 11 Kabbl Benedict Glazer ot l^odef Shalom Temple, Plttsburg, will be tins Hpeaker at an open meeting ot the Gonnellsvllle Section, "Council of Jewish Women, Tuesday evening, February JU, f»t S o'clock In the auditorium of the Elk*. Homo, East Crawford avenue. , The' meeting is open to the'public and a general Invitation le Issued to all who are interested. Mrs. A. I. Daniels* president ot the loc^l council, will preside, and "Mrs. Louis Shrallow is arranging a moat attractive musical program for the occasion. .Rabbi Glazer is a forceful j and eloquent speaker and We talk' promieas to le ot exceptional interest. WO SLUG'S CULTURE CLUB 1VIDL VISIT CAPSTAN GLASS BLAST C irefully prepared papers and de- llflhtEul musical numbers provided an Interesting program tor tho serai- monthly meeting of the Woman's Culture Club Monday afternoon in the club roome at the Carnegie Free U- Imr-y. The general subject was "Art." M i f . Homer C. Davis waa leader of the program. Mre. Gall Fiehbach's paper on "Stone Mountain," was very instructive, as was a paper on "The Wohtinghaufee Memorial," written by Mrs. William Keatner and read 1 by Mrs.. Frank Marati. Mrs. Fiahbach displayed a piece of granite i'rom Stone Mountain, near Atlanta, Ga. The musical program, arranged by Mre. M. J. Cummlngs, was as follows: Vocal solos, "Rose in Bud" a,ml "Absent," Mrs. William Griffiths, accompanied by Mrs. Cummlngs; violin tsolo, "Berceuse," Jrom Jocelyn, William Cummlngs, with Mrs. Cummings i«s the accompanist; vocal solos', "Mighty Lak a Rose," "The Meadow" and on "Life's Highway," Mrs. Stuart Fenstermacher, accompanied by Mrs. Karl LnclUs. Mra. Charles Detwller, president of the club, presided over the business sesnion. Two new members, Mrs. C. H. Weisgerbpr and Mrs. John Morrison woo received. C! Fred Rleman, president ot the Capfctan Glass Company, will address the club at Us next regular meeting Monday afternoon, February 17. Following the meeting the club women will motor to South Connellsvllle, SPECIAL SEBYICES HELD BY M. P. CHRISTIAN KNIWATOIUIHS ",Tho three Christian/Endeavor Societies t tho First Methodist Protestant Church held a special service last Sunday night, marking the closing, of National Christian Mndeavor W*ek. Thirty-two members of tho Senior Society, thirty-eight members of the Intermediates and thirty-two members of the Juniors wero in attendance. Bach so -lety held its regular meeting, later taJdng, part in the regular Sunday night church service. The entire Junior Society sang one o£ its farorltve songn, after which the Junior (,hoir, under the direction of Wilbur 5am'lin, rendered "I Am Praying Foi You." The young mon's chorus of thi? Senior Society sang "My Anchor Holds." Rev. .s.,H, Lam'bertson, the church pastor, delivered an Inspiring sermon on "The Importance of Early Decisions." Miss Vlary Parkhill vras In dhsrge of a meotlng of the Intermediate So- oloty, 01 .which she* la superintendent, and Mrh. William F, Books, superintendent of the Junior Society, c on- dincted the regular session on Sunday afternoon. She waa assisted 1 by Miss V/anota Yoder. At the regular meeting of the Senior Society a letter was read by the president, Al bert Fuliuer, from Dr. Jobdi F. Cowan, of San Diego, Gal., an eminent writer ?or the Christian Endeavor World sud the Denominational paper. Dr,, COT an informed the society that today tlie Qhristlan Endeavor Union number 1 between four and five million memibera, ail'over the world,'and in the orty-nine years since It was given at a giil 'of God through Fraacis B. ClarK abv-ut twenty million young people have passed through its ranks in tiain ng for Christian work. U. B. C. E. SOCIETIES MOLD JOINT SERVICE The observance ot' Christian EIJL- deavor Week was brought to*ji ctoso Sunday night by the Senior ~ and Junior joeleties - of the Fir«t United Brethrc i Church with au appropriate service. The Senior Soclety/mof at 0:30 o't lock with Melbourne Stone?, leader. Both societies had charge of the reg'uliu'Sunday evening service. Beu Davlcs, bet-retary ot tho Dickei son Run Y. M. C. A., was the principal A c Plait of tho Capstan GHu* Company Mig8 ^^ ^ ftnd mm Katll . Members who are planning to go and leJ1 1Ioover Ban T!io Jnuior Socioty do not have tars, are asked to get in c o n tribiited group singing toiuh with Mrs. II. IX W h i p of Viao JA!ii:T RUSH DANCES IN HONOR OF GIJIL'S CODING MARKIA^E J met flush, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas-Quay Rush of, Union* own, contributed a ballet special ,md a tap number last Friday night at the home o£ Mi. and Mrs. Henry Long ot Mount Lebanon, Pittsburg, in honor of tho coming marriage o£ Mr. and Mil,. Long's son, Harry, to MlbS Mary Ann Boyer ot Bast End, Ptltsburg. The- wedding will be an early Juno evont. Janet, who is only six years old, wan the winner o£ the reeont Fayette county baby populailty conteht, she having had 103,000 voles. She was presented with a silvci loving cup and diamond ring. Last summer fche datced in Ciindda and Cleveland. Jaret's mother was Miss Ruby Comp of Scottdale before her marriage. «J \tl lUDGE HU^TIJSG CLUB GIVES TIG ROAST 'i ho Hear Hidge Hunting Club gave t pig roast Sunday afternoon at about, 4 (.'clock at the home ot Ilohert K f i n p , 221 North Flm stieet, West S!d'\ Twelve meftibou ot fho c a m p w ci e prevent a-, follows- ilobert Kemp, H c u i y Oppnuin, Aiuh'ew Oppman, Leo Oppman, Fred Reiner, David Hai den, Ilowaid Forsythe, John Alien Karl Loudermilk, Frank Widwor, Noiinaa Krclnbrook and LPO Proskoy. C i u s t b ware Andrew Rottler, Joseph Uppmaii aiuf llobort 'S. Cooper. The dinner was served by Ilobert Kemp, Henry Oppmau, Loo Oppman aii f ! Leo Probkey, PUCK.VI)SHIP TK.HPJLi; PLAN'S I'OJt YALKXTINK J'ARTY FriendHhlp Temple Ko. M, Pythian Hititcrs, met kust night in Pythian Hall. Theie was a good attendance. f5iit~lnc«H o£ a routine aature was transacted, i'laiiis were mado for « Valentine paity to be held in connect i o n w i t h tho next meeting on Monday uig'U, February 17, for mombeis. LuiiCh will be- Hervetl. i J\ A^I Jff. CLUB VOll ANNUAL BANQUET Mis* ..largurot Wer»hing delightfully entertained tho F. and M, Club laet night a her home In Gibson avenue, South (kjrmellsvilje Wight metnberB | and one guewl, Mi»3 R u t h Milter, were present Five hundred waa enjoyed during i he »ventng, after which a 'dainty lunch was servpd by the At a nueineea meeting tho club arranged for its annual banquet end party to be held Friday night, February I'}, at UK W. E. Harbaugh l«nno ( near P nnsville. A chicken and waffle I in tier will be wrvoU a. 1 o'clock. PARTY FOR WILLIAM JI12ASS The aintu aiinivoriiury of Albert Witlian Meant, son of Mr. and Mm. Albert iteans of Church place, wu ob- feervxl at a. birthday party glvon Thurwl.iy by Mre. MeanB, aesisf?t«l by her da ighter, Frances Louise. The hours v er- from ^ to 10 o'clock, during wh ch time the little folks who were guests of "Buddy" played gcmea and oti envlcse amtwed themBetvw, with a line lunch at the bloso. Thero wab a «.ike with nine -candles. Decorations u ud appointments In general were ii'dientivi 1 o£ tho approach of Valonti te Day. J'AST CHIKI'S WILL HON'Olt FIYE 3IEMBEIW Tho Hast Ohiefs Astsoclation of Friend 1 lip Temple No. a 1 *, Pyttilan Sisters, will nieot Thursday night o£ this wpok at tho homo ot Mrs, J W. of North Cottage avonur, at inio the birthday minJversLries past chiefs will be celebrated. chiefs iro requesjed to al- w h i c h t of five All pat tend. LHernrv Cliih. Tho C r l t e i l o n Literaly Club will mo t tonight In tho homo ol' Mrs. The ma fa W. Scott, Kiv^t Cedar avenue. [FLSH A3TD GAME AUXILIABY WJ3-L MEET TIHJBHJ)AY NKiHI 1 _ The )8gul,ir meeting of tlio Ladles' A u x l l l a i y to tho Fayetet County Pish and Gajua Protective Association will bo held Thursday night ot this week at the home ot Mrs. J o h n Bowman, Davidson avenue, inntead ot Monday night, J'ebruary 10. MEW The increase in SALAD 4 saSes in over JLS2S shows that th ere were seven hundred and ten thousand (71 ©,000) new users of SALADA TEA Bast year More and More Colds Treatcsd Externally I Demand for Vicjks, Pioneer of "N: Dotesng" Method, Grows at Ama^mg J late . , t i e diuic-ul breaming., o d foi 1 Adultt. A generation agp, when Vlcks Vapo- Ilnb ~v?as, originated, the idea of co^ds without "dofl- iagr" waa almost un- heai'd of. Today, more a n d more colds are treated externally, and the whole trend of medical practice is away from aeedlew; ''dosing," Best for Children. ·· Mothers especially appreciate Ticks, because it, checks ccJds ^without risk of upsetting children's delicate stomachs. , Jnat rubbed on, Vicks acts through the skin like a poultice or plaster, "drawing out" tightness and sorenosH;, and, at the same' times it- gives off medicated vapors which are inhaled "ddroct to the inflamed air- passages, loosening tho phlegm and Year Vtcks a^loi yea ' the demand for his gro-wn until It is now tho family' standby Cor colds in more than CO countries. Use i larguly at first foi children's colds, a. tual use in millions of homos has pr red. it equally effective for adults Now "26' Million! To keep pace v 1th this ever-growing demand, tho f mous Ticks slogan -- "17 Million .Tar* Used Yearly," was raised tr» "21 Ml! 'Ion" a snort tintie ago. This figure, too, haa been outgrown, J.B there ire now "Ovw 26 Million Jars Used Yearly" -- a Jar for every family lu ti e United States. V A P O R U B NAOMI MISSIONARY SOCIETY MEETS WITH 3Q13. BAJIBOB The Nudmf Missionary Society of the First Pr-esbytfirlan Church held ite regular monthly 1 meeting last night in the borne oS Mrs. John P. .Barbor of Kaet Murphy avenue, Mre, D. K. McIlvaine, president, was in charge. The devotionals were led by Mra, D. C. Fosselman, Mrs. Blwood Keagy re- vi^wed the socon4 Chapter of the mission. study book, "Jenjealeni to Jeruea- lem." .Thirteen membeM of tho society will present a stewardship play- let, "Tip To the Home," at tho Sunday school session on March 16. Follow- faig the meeting Mre.' Barbor »erved luncli. She wa« assisted by Mre. H. Wi McEobbie. HECLA TV»aiAN OBSEBTES HEE 102nd ANNIVERSARY Mrs. EHizabeth Murphy of Hocla, believed to bo the oldest resident of Westmoreland county, celebrated her 102nd birthday anniversary Sunday. Mrs. Murphy'e Daughter, Mrs. John Campbt-11 of Hecla, with whom ehe mak«« her home, kponsored a party Jn her honor, in which members of Mre. Murphy's family and her friends participated. There was' a large birthday cake, ornamented with 103 qaudlea, Mrs, Murphy was born in County Tyrone, Ireland, February 2, 1828, and came to thie country in 1880. Sho cast rh«r first vote at tho age ot 93 in November, 1323. Sho has six children^ ' LUNCKEON.BKIDttE FEB. 11 AT PLEASANT VALLJBY OLTTB A luncheon-bridge for women mom- bore of the Pleasant Valley Country Club will be hfW Tuesday afternoon, February 11, at 1 o'clock at the club- bouse, Hostesses are Mre. J. DonaM Porter, Mrs W. J. Bailey of thin ciiy, Mise Helen Qrcnnen and MWs Antie Doorloy of Scottdale. Bridge will oap- plcmcut, tho luncheon. MISS KIT MeCOKJHCK HOSTESS AT PAETY Miss Kit M^Cormick entertained last j night at her homo In Vina street i n j . honor of Shornck Fiher and Jfick Irwin, who wore homo from Bethany College, Bethany, W. Vn., tor a brief vacation. Gutisbi were rneaiberw of tho younger feet. Dancing: and cards wore the dhorniona, of tho evonlKjj. Lunch was, werved. John O'DonneU, also -enrolled at Bethany College-, was among thf? gueta. t T. of F. IV. Oitrd I'flrty. Tho ninth of i eeriea of benefit card parties, epontwiod by Walter IS. Brown Post, Veterans oC Forelgm Wars, -will bo hold Thursday night in tho club rooms, North Pltlflbur? etwiot, bore will be pn?.eM for cards, also A door pilao. The Jjnrficw' Aujcili«u-y will oervc lunch. WJEST W5KN AUIMTLVO PEPA11T.WKNT I H N W f K B Kmployes of tin Wont Ponn auditing dopartmont will gives a (liriniv to- nig-ht about 7:30 o'clock dt tho W. M. Harbaugli hom«, near Pennavilfo. JEWISH JUNIORS WILL MEET WITH MISS COHEN Misa Gertrudo Cohen will be- hostoss at a meeting ol the Counollovillo Section, Counall ol Jewish Jtuvlara, Sunday afternoon it her home in North First street, Weat Sld-o. Teaelior Training- (!Iai»N. A meeting of the Toad) or Training Clash of tho Trinity Lutlioran Church was held Monday, Febiuary 8, at the homo of Miss 'Irene Beck, 503 DavW- n avenue. The meeting wa« In tlie form of a review -of tljie text book for the/ examination. The ^jvoning wa*i cfi- Joyer by all. Lunch was nerved by tho MAM1 AUTEND IIFTJI CABD PAJBT f AT LEISENKINQ Tb-e fifth of a t arles of seven card parties at Prick H ill at Leteenring for the benefit of St. Vrnoant do Paul ChimA vroa held last irigiht, with 30 tablos bi nee at 1 ridge and flv-e han- drcd and 60 persoj s playing bingo. "Winners of prta s were: Five hundred-- "irst, Joseph Kupf- nor; second, Mrs. James Llpps of Scottdalo; third, =lenry Doerflor of OonnellfivUJe; fou-th, Frank Turek; fifth, Mrs. Henry Oppman of Con- nelk-vill©; isixth, D. A, Sweeney; eveuO:, S. J. Con Insky; eighth, Miea Maruaret Conway rf ConnelleviUe, Bridge--^Irst w imen's, Mrs. ytun- cis Id, Braly of O nnelUrrille; eocond, Miss Leonora Gra » of CbnneUsville; first men'e Jose»l H. White of Con- nolteville; second, N. A. Bell of Ooiv- nelteviUe. Ikxir--Mrs. In w Damtecker of Bvonsonu BLagio--Firwt, Mi s. Wtniam Finnerty of Footedate; Bec nd, Mrs. P. B. Gordon of Monarch; third, Mrs. I. S. Solsijon of Oonnel sville; fonrUx, Mrs. Joseph Murphy of Gami-oilsvflle; fifth, Mrs. gteplian Ha sdaeli -of Mooaroh.; eixtli, Mise Alice J tine. The next party will be held- February 10, Joaauetti; gave a dinner S Harbaitgh':t iann, which covers were at wnlcb, tho eni Mazne V, Knowle both of Scottdalc, tablo was beaatifi waa a hearts ia which cealod, A t earth wcrti red caiMUefi the table two la each plate was dove bearing U» Alter tho dlnne, wero enjoyed. Hi dreti waa ivwa by loy t inl. Might of Scottdalo 4nrday ev«nlng at near Ponmrville, at laid for twolvo and agmeret at Miss , to Paul B. GofC, Fas announced. The Ily dv:orated The Valentino baekct of the ring was con- sido of U»o basket and at tho ends ot go vaJontinos. At valeniina with «. a-ttd dancing h prize ai flve bnn- virs. Charics R.ema- a prize by Id Meeting. 'Oie moJiWily n eting of ttoe H*' Aid Society «f tho Presbyterian Chu roii at Iawsc i will be hold on WodJuesday even ng. Mra. "WUson Beers anrl Mrs WiUfaua MoDoctUd will fcnvd charge of the social hi3«r. LucKdi will bo set ed. Llceuwd Is Unfontowtt. Jton IR«nnneky «nd Mary Ltrnmak, both, of Lekniniin No. J, Hjriaan Wll- barhlatt of Mount Pleasant and Ksthor' Ptotfciu of Pittsin 'g were liceneod to in Jaator laxilfary. The Febni,«-y n eeiing of the Jwnior AuxlllJiry to tiw SaLarday Altoruoon Club £ Vanderb it will bo bold to- nisbt aC the horn* at Miss Hilda er of Vamlorbill. Mr. und Mrs, N cbolau Dope of Om- lontown anjricmnc the marrlajte of their .au;hter, t -iss AHc« -3ope, to York (Uartreon ol Scottdale, whicli took piace Januar / ft, at Wheeling, W, Va. JMeCloy-TJryson. AnnouncomwiL is made of 'he marriage of Mlfcti Margaret McCioy, daughter of Mr. and MIK. Albert McCioy of Unkmtown and Wilbur t Bryson, wh n eb. took t*ijioe iiint July. ilcv. Fiank U. ii-oHinsdead of Uniontown ofUUalcd Athens Toiupic. Temple No. 80, Pythian Sle- fora, w i l l meet tonight in Pythian Hall. I from the CStirdens" 835 Oolonlnl Tosu Tbo Philip Freeman chapter of the D. A R. will givo a Colonial tea to- Rotlier with a cliuplay of replicas of all Colonial flnira, 15 in number, at the residence of Mrs. John L. UaiiH, 202 Rast Washington av-anuo, Saturday, | February 8, from 2 to 5 P M. Mem- | bers serving the tea will bo diessed In Colonial costumoa. An attractivo musical program wVll be furnished. All Iddiea not members are invited to attnd, A fee ot 50 fonts will b' fharped, tho proroetts to go to tho Amertcaniaation work of the- chapter. ---Advertisement--8feb-3t. H you -were potting a new soap on Use market what would yum call it? You wooild gi-ve it some nume--either mmpic or fancy--what wooid that munii be? I faiow you have a nonae in mnatl nonr, or yon can mg- geat one after a few moments' thought. The rcry na me yon aelect may win die $1000.001 am offering. It motes no difference whether yoa thro in the cramtry or city, if you ore educated or not, if y sja ant ridbk or poor, I want yon to help me by suggesting » name for my J ww so«p. We have paid thousands of dollunr to prise winners sod ia ala Kwt every instance the petsoa -wbo least expected to win received a,jpf»eS. Yon. too, fflngr via by sending n auggeatiou. It costs ycm nothing to try. Yo* Wvc everything to gain and nothing to lose, for any name mafVtt,Tlua aoop ia fragrant, iothere {reefy, promotes n uraootii soft akin. · orcrf- knt for the bath, washing the Imir, ete. A ooh«d word *nch M Clcnn-Eosy, Clem-AJl, or the uame of flowwrs, be«v «bt,Of any other name yen. tinak ol may b« adbmilted. YOU CANT I.OS51E beamte other cxmtestonts »obmit One vinoiag meme firat, M we will give duplicate ptitcee to aD who send the winning a uae. It the n»jmt you oeud wins, you will receive 81000.00 rtgardla* ol bow maai' other people hare oubauttad the some name. Th a mtoat yon caa't lose by oUkers sabmiUinK the winning mme toot. $100 Extra Far Promptness Nothing £lse To Bo Hemcmbpr tboc is no ciilyxtirra. The pernon sending the name we choose \rfll win tibia hnnd- ·oroo pnac. Nothing to buy or «e£I--notliing dor. to do to win, Tliiak of the pfcaaure tJhii prise can bring yon, the placed yon could go, the things you could buy, witli $1000.0(1, or $I100.00canh,£f you are prompt. WouWn'fc it be Wefightfalto win? Wouldn't it be a i^ene- antsBrprLmlaTovr irienda? Do't think jpoa can't win far your opportunity is jo»t asgtxx) as aofooe'^y ycm will send in n name. Do H rightnowlloctiicvcrynaotueyoascaiirriaj^ria. SV. jptcpadk aeeSan *e mr gdog to fur ,Ue pK«B(»h»t».o«»Hl».ttO' in *tt-- aa wad pat* faegataa*. AX CMCB. 1 CONTEST RULX8 TXa contort ia open to cvoroo* nmpt mwobtn of H* ft », *· ·mplojrea and KUtbv«, KooJiccot«rUntinjij-»ond onlr one name. SencSiBff^tWDOcmarj mam r91 caim all ttxma tnibmitUM by that [xxsoa to bfl tfarown otU 30,J1»SO, , , To ma UM pronnttnan price ot $100.00 cxtn, tin wrong nu» *af- DC trailed villiia three dags after oorjumnmuemaot n nua. (".tlr. (J. O. BUUce, Curate** Mnj»mtir t«t. FOS7 truth Avenue, IIfn Molncw, Iowa AiMnw. KOTR V mted in tin« Me* raa lot tiw octi* lftOO.00 M o*l- 3I0 Attend Dinner Of L G. A. Dealers At Country Club Approximately 350 persona gslibered Monday overling at the Pleasant Valley Oormtry Ohtb for the banquet which marteod the flrat anniversary of L O A. coffee. Gruyoers, th-etr CamiTiea and friends of Westmoreland aon-d Fayette counties assembled for the dlrmor which was ragnrdod as ooe of the niKwt over bold in Uiia vicinity. The affialr wae sr^mn- aored by tho WeatirKH-elaikd Grooary Company, Sonth-western Pen.nsylvaaia jobbers tar the lad-^pondent Grocors Alliance, Jaroes Aab, head of ths Westr»rre- land Grocery Ootnpuny, was the Iru- preesario for the ovesaing and he Jcopt his rotail-ors alsorleQ hi a three-hiour discourse conoerning the secrets of tfc« trade anrf association. It was annotinjced Oiat J. Fraadi Grlirwa, tho o-rganiatog wizard aawj leader of the g^-eat independent E*oesry syvteUL, will detfver Wa first CHICHESTER 8 PILLS ft**s^ _TTBUt»l J U*»W»4»A? f »: A . )MMkiMnra*DMt.»««!at,Al«*i SOU BY MUfifiJSTS WEKmtm Itching Stopped Now he smiles *For nearly three mouths/'-writos one man, "L had a breaking out anditchini-onmybody. AVithm a few days after I began to rase Eiwtaol, tbesorca bcnJed and the itching atipped," There are few eases of si cm disorder which R«s- inol Oinbnent c a n a o t reliovo qnickly. Fry Resinfll Soap, too, Men like its thorough and its tot ic odor. T*J »«« p»dra«» Resinol address over Station KWKFI, Slirervo- port, La-, oei Ftebrnary 10. Tho pro- gra.m will cxamrxMJoe at 10rl5 tAdook, eastern standaiKi tune, i Oao of U e aonomjoeTOCurta wfbicto drow nruch Inborest was Hhe opening of an I G /v. radio show to begin on the leading strategic stations ol the country wQnli comnienoes on Febru- 25 Tbo programs will be sent ursr 15 atatSoois, inclwatas KWiKH a»d WL-W. T5ie tntaxKluotion of th« ';. Q. A. family of "teas" next month (aQtyvtog the successful iBCTodnation tit the I. G. A. famfly of "coffee®" }tyar ago was another high spot of the evening for 1Si« grooere. Th« meal was served «okly from I. G. A. pixxtacta and ever^-Uhln-g else waa "If G. A" from the blue and white trimming;s about the room to the I. G. A. QTmrtet trom nubles MilJ which rendered pr,rodles on many selections all of ·wlich pertained to the business of tti-e evening A talking machine record of the first radJo program of the 1. G. A. was played. KiforWs Orchestra ter- nfcshed rausks. Retailers in attendance e-cppe89ed tlhomsolves as Ti,ig9tly pleased wtth th« power of the new crsaurtea.- and Its keen ablltty to itvetrt. the competition of the so-called * chains," Son Born to Innstong. Aimonnoement is made of ih« tirth. of a son this morning at 6;4 oiclock to Mr. and Mre. Harry E. Iunsttm of 411 Highland avenue. The babe Is tho first in the family. Mm Drrajton -was Borm«rly Mise Bathryn SchmUa. 6 6 6 Tablets Relieves a Headitchfi or Bfcnrahgfe in 30 ininntes, check K a Cold the first day, and checks Malaria ia ibroe d«5TS. G66 also Ju our classified advertiaemeatau "I began Pinkham's pound at Cha I still take it fall and it kc health. I am ; of an eight'ti garden, at the I will praise Compound w it is a wonder women. They good ti ial by t bo teles '*--Mr 2100 Faxton t Sioux City, lav ige of Life. Now very spring and jps me in good ble to take care ion! house and age of 71 years, the Vegetable lerever I go for ul medicine for should give it a akmg about five . Clara Riky, nd 4th Avenue, a. Furnace By Munson's Made in Connellsville The An All Steel, Electric Brick lined, Warm Air Furnace, Made of strictly first class material, by a reputable, experienced manufacturer, to sell at a popular price. This furnace is constructed of heavy gauge steel with all scams electric welded. Extra heavy fire brick lining. Extra large radiator with direct damper outside the casing. Locomotive type rocker gale bars with convenient haker handle. Tight fitting specially constructed galvanized casing easy to install, Conveniently located oversize water pan. Smoke consumer feed door liner. All joints fitted with asbestos gaskets. * No. 16 No. 24 Completely Cased Ask us for an estimate on heating your home. See Our Exhibit All This Week --at-116 North Pittsburg Street, Second National Bank Building. l3in§@§i4kGairsis Heater Foundry Co, 400-401 Title Trust Bldg., Connellsville, Pa. A*MM*Aft£%J%JM/imai!ftftgMy^

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