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April 27, 1918

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PAGE TWO. rHE DAiLr COURIER, COMNELLSVILLE, PA. SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 191! Mr. and Mrs. George Cochran, Miss | nftllavtlle Manufacturing Mine . Sup- Othel Flenniken, Miss Mildred Hop-' ply company, and is well and favor-' :tas, Robert Adams, Joseph McConnell' ably known.. Mr. Huey is engineer at j :md. Miss Daisy Cossell, the latter o( the plant o( the American Manganese Somer City. Pa., attended a danco 1 Manufacturing company at Dtinbar. given last night in the Reid hall by!The engagement will terminate in a me seniors of the Scottdale " high ] wedding of June 1. school. The dance was largely at- -~ ceMed and was a very enjoyable affair. | It"- Harry Franks was hostess at TKe class colors were used in decor-1 the regular meeting of the Busy atfng. and music was furnished by I Twelve club last evening at her home Kiferle's orchestra, were served. Refreshments Announcements have been received at'Dawson of the marriage of Miss Mabel Marie Cochran,' daughter of Mrs Mary Lawson Cochran of Dawson, and the late Clark Cochran, to William Herbert Kern, Jr., solemnized in Crawford avenue. West Side. The evening was spent at knitting for the sailors and soldiers. Dainty refreshments were served. Mrs. George Freeman will entertain, the club Friday evening. May 10, at her home in Eighth street, Greenwood. Mr. and ifrs, J. W. Gilohrlst of near Thursday. April 18th, 'in Los Angeles, Greensburg, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss CaK, where the bride has been located, for th,e past year. Mrs. Kern is widely known at Dawson. where she spent most of her life. She has a number of friends in ConnelUville. Subscriptions for Liberty Bonds, amounting to SZO;000. have been received by the women Liberty Loaa workers of Connellsville. At the beginning ot the Third Liberty Loan drive it ras announced that tlie women "of the city would make no house to. bouse canvass, but instead would helprthe rn en 'a ' ne drive wherever it wasrpossible to do so. Headquarters ·were opi-n«d in the Title Trust | buHciing and will remain open until toe" close of the drive. Mrs. Carl S. Horner and Mrs. J. Raymond Mestre- zat- are In charge and, with the assistance of other women ot the city, have done splendid work. "Women from .the different churches and the "Woman's Culture club, served excel- Elizabeth M. Qilchrist, to Sergeant W. Howard Bortz, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Borti ot Greenshurg. Sergeant Bortz is now at the Medical Officers' training clrap at Fort Oglethorpe, Ga. Miss Mary Orndorff of South Con- nellsvilij entertained last evening at her home at South Connellsville at a chain party for the benefit ot the Episcopal building fund. OVER THERE SOLDIER FULLY APPRECIATES MOTHER, SAYS INKS Continued on Pase Two. some real hard thinking about my own good mother--God bless her. I never knew or appreciated what a good mother was until now, and believe me. when I get back I'll surely show thai 1 do love my dear mother. I can picture my home coming. I can see the old home and my dear mother and dad and can almost picture her when we meet, her arms about me while she'll cry, 'My boy! My boy!' but not tears of sorrow; they will be tears of real Joy. "Keep up the good work of sending letters, papers, etc. Such things help ·wonderfully and make a fellow feel mighty good." "BH.LT" snusn is yOVf AT CAJIT 5CEADE. William Nlland, -who enlisted some time ago in tlie Medical Department of the United States army, and, who has been stationed at Fort Oglethorpe, is now at Camp Meade. Md.. according to word received from him by his parents. I.EATE FOR VORT TO SEE RKLATITKS OFF. Among the local persons who have Bn i| sk j n Tounhhlp jr fln OiUms He gone to an embarkation camp to see ,,. ^ ( . ,, - f A , , - ' ' 110th 1 n l Maximillian Schaefbauer of Bulls- Mrs, R. PERSONAL. C., Beerbo-wer and two daughters of Star Junction, -were Connellsville visitors today. Earl C. Moore was in Plttstrnrg yesterday and saw the British war tank and army airplane which featured Pittsburgh Liberty Day celebration. The best place to shop ifier all Bro-wnell Shoe Co.--Adv. T. G. Kincaid and ruece, Miss Gladys Hancke of "West Cedar avenue, lelt this afternoon for Cincinnati, 0., to lent dinners to tie men, thns enabling j ^ Mj ._ Kincai j. t nepneWt Lieutenant them to meet together, compare data and" discuss otner work in connection witfi- the success of the drive. During Earl Kincaid. who is recovering from Injuries suffered in an automobile accident at Camp Sherman, Chillicothe, the-Second Liberty Loan drive tte, a Ueutenxat Kincaid was recently women of Oonnellsville rnaoe a house · to house canvass and met *ith win.- dcrful snccess in their work. The; Woman's Bible class of th« J irst Metiodlst Episcopal church, purchased a Liberty Bond, at the regular meeting held Thursday afternoon at the a.ome of Rev. and Mrs. G. L. C. Ricfiardson in South Pittsburg street. Mrs. Herbert Pratt gave i successful chain party last night at her home graduated from the 83rd Division Training school and will join his company which expects to leave soon for "Over There," as soon as bo is able. Lieutenant Kincaid was removed to a hospital at Camp Sherman, and was later granted a furlough. You will be delighted with the handsome new spring fabrics we have on display. Dave Cohen, Tailor.--Adv. Mrs Snyder and daughter, Mrs. P. R.R. PUSHING Third Liberty 7,oan "Drive In the t'fr nioht A mom* Its Kinplojces, [ All possible: efforts to make the, clos.ng weeks o: t h e Third Liberty Loan drive count to the utmost, a r e ' being put into the canipaiyrL .unong' the working forces oC rhf Peinisyl- vanin Railroad systc'n. Kast nf P Lts- burg ainuii, more than 7,000 officers', and employes ai e giving- their services · many hours overtime daily as volunteers, loading meetings, addrpssins shopmen, office forces and track gangs, and appealing individually ' ! every man and woman on the ra'lroadj to help make the Thjird Liberty T.oan. "America's Answer to Autocracy." i "While definite figures are not y e t ' obtainable, all signs point to heavy suhscriptlon on. the pn-rt o£ the em- ployes. A supply of bonds has been obtained m denominations of $50. $100 ami t $1,000 each, to be turned over tn em- 1 ploycs paj-tng for their bonds in full, j Thfs will be continued as fast as a d - j diiional bonds can be ^obtained in or-1 der that employes buying outright. may obtain possession of their bonds, as promptly as possible. ! CHARGED AS SLACKER members of Company D, and the Regiment J^ospita.1 corps, who will leave soon for "Over There," are Miss Madge Harper, Miss Hilda nrlrtepim, p , p , Miss Catherine Hart, and Miss Edith E. McK«e. Miss ilcKee. who will visit her father, Major R. S. McKeo ot the 110th Regiment Hospital corps, was accompanied by Mrs. W. K, Hlgh- berger ot Grrenstmrg, who has a son, Frank Higbberger, with the Hospital Corps, VLBEKT Albert Furtney of South Arch street left Friday for Columbus, 0., where he will enter the service of the United States Army Medical Corps. He enlisted in Pittsburg His brother, Ralph Furtney was called by Draft skin township, charged with being a stacker, was arrested last nisht by He is being held at the city lockup The young man claims that he was not of draft aje at the time of registration. OH.tNGES COJLE IlICH. Haie Adanced Hundred Per Cent in Trice In Citj .Uarketa. Talking about Increases in prices oranges have outstripped the average article sold in Connellaville markets. In the past few weeks.they have gone up 100 per cent. The kind one for- rcerlj- bought for a nickel apiece are ,now a dime. The small, thin rind kind Board No. 2 Friday to go Thomas, Ky , on Thursday. DD7TBAB KMJSTS I.\ THE Charles V. Harvey of Dunbar, enlisted in the United States army yesterday in Pittsburg. to Fort | that ivere 30 cents a dozen are now 60c. Other kind's ba\e increased jn like proportion There doesn't seem to be any scarcity. Tt.VT.SLKY IS ADT.VSCET) TO TFRST Ct/ASS Raymond Balslcy, sou of Mr. and TOBACCO FUM) 350. Smokes Sent to Loral Soldiers 1,aie Tonight. The tobacco f u n d being raised to purchase smokes for the boys of Corn- in Tenth street West Side, tor the jLandis of Shamokin, have returned benefit of the building fund of the jhome after a visit with the former's Trinity Episcopal chnreh. Eighteen | son - pcrsims "were present and :i most enjoyable tirae was had. Refreshments ·were served. Quite a neat sum was realized. - Ont-ot-torm .-guests, were Mr. and Mrs": J, "W. Greaves Miss Minnie Greaves, Charles ajid Joseph Greaves, of Dunbar. Clinton R. Snyder of r's Green- Mrs. Claries Work will'entertain Early cabbage 'and tomato plants now ready. P. R. DeMuth Sons -Adv.--23-51. "William B. Donaldson of Uniontown, and daughter, Miss Nelle Donaldson of Fittsourg. were in town yesterday on their way to Camp Lee to visit the former's son. Warren Donaldson, who tie Knit and Win Unit to the Charles- has . llce ° in training there since early ton Comforts Branch of the Navy League Tuesday night at her home in JJinth street, Greenwood. Tie Ladies AtmMary of the A. O. H. vrill meet tomorrow afternoon ic the Parochial school hall. A county board meeting will also 1-e held. All mothers- having sons in the service are requested to be present, . ilrs. Harry Jennings and daughter, Mrs. Clayton Campbell, gave a prettily appoprated luncheon yesterday at noor. at the former's home in South Prospect street,' in honor of i£rs. Jell- ning-s' nepbxnr, Louis it Huey, wio P leased to fcnow in tne winter. Our Oxfords, ties and ptrmpa for women are tie prettiest foot dressing ever shown. Come and see. Crdw- ley-Mestrezat Co.--Adv.--23-61. Mrs. Thomas Courtney, who has been visiting her husband. Sergeant Major Courtney, at tTSnip Lee, Petersburg, Va., for the past few weeks, returned home this morning. Mrs. Paul' B. Dick and little daughter, Eugenia, have returned home after a visit wiUi tne former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John T. Robinson of Uniontown. Conneilsvilfe poultry raisers will be Anclerson- leaves tomorrow uight with, the draitees for Cainp Lee, Pfrte^rsburg. Va. Covers for eight were laid. Among a number of remembrances received by Mr. Huey was a complete comfort Idt, a gift from, the Rapport- Featherman company, by whom he has been, employed for nast some time night tn Oniontown. John Conway went to Pittsburg this morning. __ _ Mrs. M. A- Wolverston of Newhurg, of" the Woman'*" Culture club/to boi w - Ya " returned home this morning held Monday afternoon at the homej a f t e r a Tislt wiUl her son-in-law and Of Mrs. G. L. C. Hichardson in Souti i dau S hter . itr - acd Mrs - w - A- F" 1 - ··Child Weltaie Day" will be. observed at the semi-monthly meeting Loueks now have a stock Conkey*s Buttennillc 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 chicfcs.-- Adv.--26-2C Miss Irene Port attended the concert of the "Victor artists Thursday Mrs. Charles H. Balsley of the Westjp a n y D and the Hospital Corps of the Side, who is in training as a naval notn Regiment was expected to reach aviator at the naval air station a:, a tola! of $50 by this evening. Key West, Fla., has been advanced to Upto this afternoon contributions quartcrmastor, first-class, having been recommended for that class and successfully passing the examination. ESTOX 1USH T.ston Rush, w h o is in military ser- left at Keagy's and Hetzerg Drugstores amounted to about ?45 MCO at Camp Lee, Petersburg. V a , is j dcccafiid, is bequeathed the dwelling spending a furlough with his parents, - house with the lot of ground upon Mr. and Mrs. I. V. Rush of Prospect winch the same is erected at Rockwood .Frank W. Hay, a nephew, Is to receive thrto-flfths of all bU co.il un- K VT- der a tract of land in Black township, together with tbree-flcths of a',1 t h e ' street. SOLDFRR irOJTr: KOI! BliOTHKK'S -Martin Ringlcr was called borne | personal property thereon. The re- from Camp Lee* Petersburg. Va . by i matnder of his estate he bequeathed the tleata of his brother, Edn-ard i to his wife, Kliza Wolfersberger. Rlnglcr. "Property Sola. The firm of A. B. Wagoner Company has sold the May Danko prop- CLAUENCE IIV.RF. Clarence Durbln, son of Mr. and Mrs. "Viiniam Durbin of Dawson, is home from Camp Lee, Va., on a furlough. Petersburg, JJETiT. Dn.WOUTH LEATKS TO UEJOIX COMIIASI). Lieutenant Moritgomery Dllworll- of Company D, 110th Regiment, who has spent a furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D K. Dllwnrth of Washington avenue, left this morning to join his company. Troops Have Contest* Boy Scout trno-ps Nos 1 and 4 engaged in a contest 'as,t night, ending in a tie, each troop taking two events. The events were relay race, 100 yard dash, tug-of-war and flag game. Pittsbnrg street. The monthly meeting ot the consistory of Trinity Reformed church Trill be held in the study of the church on Monday evening at MO o'clock. The moutixly meeting of the ^ Woman's Missionary society will be held at the (Adv-26-2t. The latter acco-npanied her honx?. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. KunSle and John Adams are spending the day tn Pittsburg. Bargain matinees at the Soisson Theatre, wartime prices, 5 and lOc.-- C,U,T/RB FOR T11F ATUTION SEKTTCE Clifford Smith of Scottdale has re- Stork Leaves .Son. | A son, tie first clillri In the family, was born Tuesday to -Mr. and -Mrs Tony Mnrtuccl of West Peach strcel, Mrs. Martuoci before her marriage was Miss Irene Noscheso. Itome of -Mr. and Mrs. C A. Pnrbaugh on tne."Wtat Side Thursday' evening. A full attendance.as requested. Choir rehearsal in the chapel on Friday evening s,t 1 o'clock. " The "Eoyal "Circle clas-s of the United BrethreBriuircb. gave a very success- - _t}ie charjch. the" proceeds from which ; amounted to a little over $50. The ; following program wag rendered: ; "America," by the audience; prayer, : Pr B. Noon; music, by the orchestra; . Four-Minute talk, Mrs. P. T. McDon- . aid; talk,"P.'B. Noon; reading, Mrs. -' G. E. Leonard; recitation. Miss Mary Mrs. J. F. Lohr and guest, Mrs. E. J. Newton are visiting in Pittsburg today. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Tormay and Miss Agnes Ferguson left this morning for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Miller of Mannington, W. Va., and 5[r. and Mrs. F. E. Williams of Buckiannon, £Sl class-birthday part 5 last night in w - v »- Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Wil- are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Tormay. irs. H. C. Jones and daughter, Miss Helen, of Ohiopyle, have returned home after a visit with friends here. Mrs. Thomas Astrton of Point Marion, has returned home after a visit { B. CETh Arthur B. Wallace, son of Mrs William Watte of Sycamore street, who has been in the employ of the United States Steel Corporation, has been appointed chief engineer of the Civilian Personnel section of the Pittsburg Ordnance district. He is located in Pittsburg at present hut expects to go to Washington later. Saving doi:ars ana wasting the lives of the boys in th« trenches Is poor ·business. Better invest in a Liberty Bonds. Try our classified advertisements. Louise McDonald. Th program was , wl . th hor s!ster . 3frs - Ira BIttaer, and ·- delightfully rendered and was enjoyed by all. served. Dainty refreshments were Mrs. Laura Jaynes of Greenwood, ' friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hicks and son, Francis, and Miss Mae Traynor, motored to Oakland, Md , this morning. They will return home tomorrow announces the engagement of her, nl S"t. daughter. Miss Maoel Iieatrice Jaynes,', Mrs - Edward Homer of Bellvlew Chafes Tednw Huey of the West left last n . Isht for Detroit Mich., to to Side. Miss Jaynes for some time past visit ncr sister ' - p - D - Nicholson. \0 AHTA3CE IX PRICE has been a stenographer for the Con- Mrs - R ° 7 O'Donnell of York avenue -i. - _ . _ ,1s spending the week-end with friends I in Pittsburg. I Miss Emma Horner of Bellview Is i spending the week-end with friends at Mount Pleasant. ~"otice~. There will be a dance in the Sls.visn ] hall, Saturday, April 28. AH are in' vlted,--Adv,-25apr3t. OH, THOSE DOfGHSUTS! WHITES ALBIIIIT HOSE. The nohle work of the Sahation Army women and of the Y. M. C. A. in Prance, is spoken of in the highest of terms by Albert Hose, who is wiUi the Engineers, somewhere in France, in a letter to bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Rose. Young Rose writes that the Salvation Army women have a kitchen of their own and move along witli the soldiers. They bake and supply each soldier hoy with delicious doughnuts, tho share of each boy at a time "being not less than four, anfi many other goodies. A S T H M A Tbere is no "cnre* but relief i* brought by-- 0C--SLOO Ra^rson I5ac«i|nnrcatc, The annual baccalaureate sermon to the seniors of tlie Dawson schools will he delivered on Sunday evening;, May 5, at the Sunday evening community services oC the churches of Dawson. IPDEffl I MRS SARAH SNYDER. Mrs. Sarah Snyder, 8t years old, died last night at the home of her son, John K. Snyder at Donegal following an illness of a. complication of diseases. Her husband died several years ago. In addition to her son John K., with whom she made her I home, Mrs. Suyder Is survived by a son. Isaac, of Champion. MISS -MARY BERLIN. The funeral of Mist Mary Berlin, who died Thursday, will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2.30 o'clock from the family residence at Everson. Rev. Ellis B. Burgess, pastor of the local Trinity Lutheran church, assisted by Rev J. 0. Glenn of the Scottdale Lutheran church and Rev. Albion of the Everson United Brethren church will officiate. Interment in the Scottdale cemetery. MRS. SIDWJY TAYLOR. Mrs. Sidney Markle Taylor, widow Rockwood Stan's Will. Jn the will ot John M. Wolfersberg- cr. late oC Roclrwood, probated A p r i l ' 1-1, Kli7.a Wolfersberger-. wiff or the erty in Woodlawn avenue, West Side, i to Mr. and Mrs Valentine Pernccuha of Leisennng, who will occupy It ceneft his call for aviation service, being notified-that on April 29th he Infant Dies. will rcoive instructions to report to William. Bartok, 11 months old. son , a ground school on May 4. He will | 0[ Mr and 1Irs p eter Bartok ot T r o t _ , likely be assigned to Princeton. terj a i cd ^,5 morm ng. IX)CAL COI-OHED TOfTTf SAJr'li IS FRAXCE. Marshall Johnson, a colored member of tae 508th Engineers. Is safe in France and well, according to a letter to his uncle, D. C. S. Johnson, of Connellsville. "THE STOBE AllXAD." THE! A \ HOME of QUALITY and SERVICE j i i i J,2g.to 135 N PITTSBURG St CoNNELLSviLt.it. PA._^_ BUTTEKICK Will Be the Greatest. Hosiery Ladies' fast black Usle Hose, f u l l rcgula" made linen toe and heel, sizes '· to 10. Mill price today 25c, Anniversary Sale price 19c per pair. Children's fine ribbed fast black Hose In a!! sizes, double hec), toy and knefi. Mill price today 20c. Anniversary Sale price 15c per pair. 1-adies' fast black moca lisle Hos«, full regular made linen toe and heel, sizes 8% to 10. Mill price today 35c. Anniversary Sale price 26c per pair. House Dresses-Aprons House Dresses, grey and blue checks and stripes in Oingham and Percale, all guaranteed fast colors and the best workmanship that can ba had, Sizes 36 to 42 only. Mill price, today $1.50. Anniversary Salo price 55c each. Coverall Aprons, button rtowu side, made by the best Apron manufacturers only, made In Percale and Gingham in light and dark colors, sites 38 to 46, full lengths. Mljll price today JJ-00. Anniversary 3 a ' e price 60c each. Our Waist Specials SPECIAL NO. 1 -- 10 dot Ladies' Yt'aistH, made ot fine quality Voile, hath plam and striped, sizes 36 to ·15. Mill price today 70c. Anniversary Sale price 5Qc each. . N'O 2-- 1C d(Si. Ladles' Walals, made in fino quality Voile, both plain a:ul striprs, high or low neck, sizes 36 to 46. .Mill price toda 75c. Anniversary Sale price 69c each, SPECIAL MO. 3.-- 10 doz. Ladies' Waists, made in flue quility Voile, high or low neck, sites 3C to 45, M i l l price today Jl 00. Anniversary Sale price 70c each. 36 Inch THearhod 5fns- Hn, a fine weave and smooth doth. Mill Price today 22}£c yard. Sale Price l«}£c jard. Wonder Hats Three Special 9. 39 Hats, former price $3.95 to S5.00. Sale price 22 Hats, former price ?.95 to 56.95, Sale Price ?2.0 51 Hals, former, price 15 50 to ?7.50, Sale Price _ *SJ Ladies' Suits A Special in I-adlca Sniig at J22-M. Alade Jn men's wear Serse and Pophn. All sizes. In pleated and tailored styles. Come tn Navy, Fclsin Blue. Taupe. Tan and Black- ·Worth ?27.50. 10% Off on aji Coats, Suits, Dresses ana Skirts for the last 3 days of onr Anniversary Sule. Voile--Indian Head Linen--Muslin Willie Voile, 36 inches -wide, . fine sheer weave. Mill price toda: is 27c. Anniversary Sale price 13 per yard. The well known brand--Indiai Head Linen. 36 inches wide. Mil price today SG'/ic. Anaiversar; Sale price 17c per yard. Colored Voiles, 27 inches fflde, in checks, stripes, floral designs pink, blue, tan and paisley effects Mill price today 19'^c. Annlver sary Sale price 16 ^c per yard. Bleached Muslin, 36 inches "wide good guaJity. Mill price today 2i c Anniversary Sale price 15%c pet yard. Lace Curtains, Scrim White and Cream. Scrim Curtains lace trimmed, full length and width, a very fine quality. Mill price to- daj $1.50. Anniversary Sale price JUS per p*ir. Fine Wilts Lace Curtains, fall length and width, excellent quality. Jflll price today J1.65. Anniversary Sale price 51.39 per pair. Curtain Scrim In White and Cream, hemmed edge, full 36 inches wide. Mill price today IS'^c. Anniversary Sale price 15c per yd. Curtain Madras in. Cream and White, full 36 Inches wide. Mill price today 3Sc. Anniversary Sale price 25c per yard. Children's Goods Children's White and Colored Dresses In Gingham, Percale and Crepe, In plaids, stripes and checks, sizes 2 to 6 years, all well made and nicely trimmed with silt braid, guaranteed fast colors. Mill price today £1.00. Anniversary SaJe price 59c each, 25 dozen Rompers In Gingham, Percale. Ltoene and Chambrs, plain colors. strip«s and checks, sizes 1 to 6 years, fast colors. Mil! prlco today 75c. Anniversary Sale price 49c each. Chas. C. Mitchell FUNERAL DIRECTOR 1U SouUi Pltt-Hburg Street. Both Pbonei. J employ no ajsrents or solicitor*. jn dolriK business 8trlc*Jy on m;r own tnerns. 18 jcttrs practical cxperieiice. Motor Funeral Service if Desired. NIGHT CALLS ANSWERED AT OFFICE. Wear Classes That Are Adaptable To Your Work You can't eipect to accomplish your best work with poor eyesight, nor with glasses that are not adaptable to your work. II your vision requires near and far glasses and you are now wearing two pairs, reading- glasses, or old-style bifocals. you should, for the sake of comfort, convenience and efficiency, wear LADIES When irregular ° r delayed Triumph Pills Safe and always pendable. Not sold at use ) tic-1 ^ stores. Do anil particulars. It's free. Adilress NATIONAL. MEDICAL INSTITUTE, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Tarty at .UvertoB. Mrs. J. K. Foitz of Dunbar, gave a very enjoyable party on Tuesday eve- of Robert Taylor, died yesterday morn- mn g at "Rose Hill," the home of her ing at her home in West Newton. She, parents, Mr. and Airs. T. P. Kramer was 85 years old and was a grand-] of Alverton, the crowd going by au- GLASSES TOE pulY MVISltU BIFOCAL KRYPTOKS (pronounced Crip-tocks) arc double vision without showing it, because the two sectiorzs are invisibly united -- no seams nor humps separating them. You can increase your efficiency and at the same time enjoy real eyesight comfort by wearing these all-day glasses. Whether you need bifocals or any other kind of glasses, you will find it to your advantage, both in price and in the results obtained, to have us do your dork for you. Trust your eyes to our care. I. W. MYERS, Opt. D. Optometrist and Optician The Highest Grade »nd Most Efficient Optical Serrlce ta ComneHsTille WOOLWOKTH BLB«. COSXKHSVIJLLE, PA. daughter of General Joseph Markle, and a sister of the late General Cyrus P. Markle, head of the firm of C. P. tomobiles. Those present were Misses ' Buth Loughrey, Jessie Baker, Mar; ga-ot Smitley, Virginia Ellenberger. ' Carrie Boyer, Mrs. TX JlcLauphlin and ' Spot IJulit Bnnce nt Jacnnes. Monday night. Kiferle's Jazz or- chestra.--Adv-27-» Itorflin Fnnurnl Sunday. The funeral of Samuel Bowlin, who died at Confluence, will take place from the borne there tomorrow at 1 o'clock. Markle Sons, pioneer paper manufacturers of Western Pennsylvania.. Messrs. John Golden, Bert Cence, ' ! She is survied by two daughters, Mrs.! Warne Rankin, Harry Mitcbcl., Henry i | L. V. Si.tton of West Newton, and Stevenson and J. K. Foltz, all of DUE- ] Mrs. W. S. Van Dyke ot Pittsburg, and '.bar, and Miss Malhiide Dense, Clinton one sister. Miss Margaret L. Markle I Fleischer asl Paul Snyder of Alver- of WPJJI Newtoc- J IDE. MOTHER GRAY'S SWEET POWDERS FOR CHILDREN, CHICHESTER s PILLS ^TJ-TK. THE PU.XOND ttJUJtn,

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