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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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J' PAGE SIX. THE D'AILY COURIER, CON1 JELLS VILLE, PA*. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1930. P E R S O N A L M E N T I O N Mrs. John Gaal and little daughter, Phyllis, 01 Vine street, went to the homo of M r. rind Mrs. G. E. Pore, near Kmlthton, this afternoon to vi.'dt Mrs. (laat'H brother, K. A. Gamble, who Is seriously ill at tlie Pore "home. Mr, (iamblo iri a teacher In Uie Smithton .chool9',aiHi was suddenly stricken while teaching. His illnosa has not is yet be on diagnosed. , H To Hho people of Connellsvllle -- 11 you want to eeo tho finest dances ever offcrocl in the cdty come to High School tonight, from Mamo Earth School of Dancing, Pittsburg, Ask the hundred people who watched the prac- t Ice lust'-n Ight, -- Advertisement. -- 5feb -It. Mrs. A. S. Marietta ot Akron, Ohio, who is seriously ill In a hospital at Akron, wan reported to be slightly improved today, Her temperature is lower and according to word received from Akron sho has a chance for recovery. The Mariettas r«eid*d In Oon- uellsvillo lefore locating In Akron. High School tonight, good music, plenty ot tun and some r^al talent. Oneo a year only, don't imiss it. -- Ad- vertiseinont. -- 6feb-l.t. Mrs. Eleanor Hoy, buyor and manager of tho corset department of Nelson's Htore- will leave Saturday night for New York, where she will attend a corset sty! j show. ' Some of the talent tonight at High School -- American Legion Harmony Hoya ot Sewlekley, former Red Arrow Quartot, Anna Jane Shoff ot Pittsburg, a child wonder, Sylvia Donnadio, Buddy Duns ton, children's chorus oL' 12, Babe Lepera, Billy Keller, Cy (jhrlstnor ana 50 others. Take this night off nud eomo to the High School, you won't regrst it. Adults 75c, children and High School students Uoc, -- Advertisement. -- Gfelv-lt. Mrs. Rose Showalter of Porter avenue spent tho. flay in I'ittsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rhodes of North Prospect street went to Tower Hill Xo. 2 this morning 1 to visit tho latter's mother, Mrs. William Arbon. Mrs. D. t), 1'Vetts of Kust Crawford avenue left this afterfioon for St. Petersburg. Fla. Mrs. W. J. Davidson of West Fay- otto street and Mrs. Paul B. Dick of Wills road, attended tho Mischa Elmau recital Tuesday night in Union town, Miss Relmcca Sa liter of luist Patterson avenue was a Uriiontown -\fcjlt- or yesterday afternoon. Mrs. A. J, Ijemmou and "daughter, Bina, of Ui.iontowu, and Mr. and iUrs. O. A. [jemmon ot Pittsburg, have returned homo after a visit wltli Airs. A. J. T^emmou's siste-r, Mrs. M. R. Vanc % , who is 111 at her home in South Oonnoll.sville. Mrs. Vance is suffering from u IHMYOUS break down and will Aunt Het «v "I don't know of nothin' more aggravatin', than Uie hives, unless- it's watchin' o man tryin' to thread a needle," LADY EXPERT TO HELP RUPTURED WOMEN Demonstrates Rice Method Free to All Taft Shows Slight Improvement; Sleeps Almost Eight Hours By l nitcil Press. WASHINGTON, Feb. C.-- A slight improvement in 'tho ·condition o£ William Howard Toft was noted today by attendants of tl.e former Chief Justice., wlto lies crltlca'ly ill in his home hero. Tatt spent a restful night and appeared to bo iii better condition (hau he was 2-1 houi-t ago. He received almost eight, hours sleep last, night, ai attendant said "I seo no immediate danger unless complications sot in or unless thero is a sudden said Dr. Thomas II. not be allowed to have \isitors. l.s confined to ho* bod. I. I,, llor jwiU, manager of the Fay- etto Motor Finance Corporation will leave tonig'-t at 7:S5 o'clock for .New York, from whU.h city ho will sail Saturday tuul go by boat through tho Panama ciiunl to Sun Francisco on the steamer Viigiuht, Pan Pacific Line, for a 10-day cruise. He will visit Havana, Ualboa, San Diego, Los Angeles an\ San Francisco. He w i l l bo absent a month and wilt return by rail, v i s i t i n g tho Oruml 'anyon. MAGIC COUNCIL TO INITIATE 25 THIS EVENING A tlasj ol 2!i candidates will he Initiated at a rneotinr; of Magic Coun- N cil. J u n i o r Order Hinted American Mechanics, tlija evening at 7: SO o'clock. The Snotldale degree team will be in charKo. All members who have not ytt itndergoae the initiation are urged to be present. A f t e r the ceremony a l u n c h will be to U« Oinliteil. Tho family ot Mrs. Sarah McFar- l u u d , forraci ly of firookvale, who dio-J ,tt I'almcr, request that friends omit flowers. This was one of the requests of Mrs;. Mcfarlaud prior to her demise. The* funeral will be held tomorrow mointng. Claytor as he left the Talt homo at Midnig-ht. "Mr. Tatl'b ci ndition, however, must still be conside'ed serious." Tho dieting 'iished patient had shown conbide able ro.s-erve strength yeaterday. He ha-d beon able to ait in his chair U receive a visit Iroin President i and Mrs. Hwver. In the «a,rly e v e n i u g o look carefully prepared food v,'Kli a show ol! enjoyment Later, after a bneC rwt in bed, he mis able to leave h,3 bed again, vKh. only slight assJatance, and sat again for a tirno in his ch: ir. Dr. Clay tor reported at midnight, however, that ,-Ir. Taft l«vd boen un- ablo to sleep during the evening. Although at that houi he showed sign.. of drowsiness a id tho doctor prediutei that be soon NV ) u l d be resting. Alou an hour after tue doctor left tho Ugh in tho Taft sickroom was extinguish ed, indicating that the exjKX'tod sfleep had come. Mrs. P. H. Casier representing William S. Rice, Adams, N. Y.,i inventor ot the famous Rice (Nan-Surgksal) v Method for .Rupture will be at Royal Hotel, ConnellsriUe, Pa., Monday, February 10, also at th^Titlow Hotel, Unfontown, Pa., Tuesday afternoon and evening:, Fetor^ftiry 11 all day and evening and Wednesday, February 11! to demonstrate a ne*v special corset attachment that holdj any rupture no ma£ter how large. Even it 'the abdo- m-an is very, fleshy, 3t holds any rupture with ease, connfort and security. M v e r y /woman, who 'has been compelled to wear an ordinary truss or abdominal support knows t h e gouging, c u t t i n g a n d chafing caused b y n a r r o w b u n d s. Tho weight of tho a b d o m o n or pressure ne- c e s s a r y l a h o l d i n g t h o rupture nuiat bo carried by t h o b a n d a t o u n d the back, and the p r e s s u r e IB s o m e t i m e s $2.25 Value $ .75 Turpo Ooi itment $1.50 Turpo El metric Vaporizer $1.25 Kanjola 95 c Both for CUT BATE 801 North Pittsburg Street, Coijtnellsville $1.25 Fl^xolyn Stells Tonic $1 for S2.5O CUT PRICES Specials for Friday ahd Saturday Patent Medicines ...$1.85 $2,00 S. 8, S ....... _________ $1.3 Pioree's lavorito Prescription ___________ _____________________ $1 $1.35 Jlcrco's C olden Medical · Discovery- . ...... ~ ---------------- -- ...... $1 JpO'rttrolasar -------------- $1.29 91..50 Agarol ________ » ------------------- $1.20 $1.50 Allenrhn .-. ................... ------ ..... $1-25) $1.20 Scott's Emulsion ... ..... -------- ..... $1 $1.20 Father Jo m's Medicine ......... $1 $1 Wampol s's Preparation 79c .******* Special combined Rupture and Corset Back Snppcrt. very great, causing untold suffering. The Special, broad supporting comet back distributes (he pressure so as to do away wit hall cutting uml cliatinp. There are thousands of women who ar.» in perfect misery bouaiiBc they cannot find a n y t h i n g t h a t will luld tholr r u p t u r e and the abdomen at the sa\ne time. Tho appliances usually worn are hot, bulky, dialing and irritating. But this wonderful Combined Coi-Kfct Back Support is light, flexible, d u r a b l e and cool and fits the 85o 85c $1.20 Sal Hcpaiica ... $1.00 ft'ujoi :.,,. $1.00 Miles Ner ine -.., 91.00 Adlerlkn $1.20 Bromo Se tzer ,,_ $1 $1.20 Cnhvell's Syrup of Pepsin $1 $1,00 IVarnpole'; Oreo Tcrpin _....8»c $1.00 "World's I o n i c ,- .85c $1.00 W. R. Tablets 87c 75e Donne's .Kidney Pills G:ic ^1.00 Harmola, Tablets ,, 80c \$1.00 JJurke's Cod Liver Oil Tablets ..,, .-....- C 7c Baby Foods and Preparations $1.00 Jlorlicfc's Malted Milk ...,, 8'lc $1.25 S. M. A. MJIk , iSl ?1.00 Recolac 8!e $1.00 Ovnllinp 8-ic 75c Oextri Blaltose O-le r ********%* .00 Ovaltine $3.39 '***»**y»********r******»^*****K»*****«'4 f- $3.75 Horllck's Mailed BEilk $3..'S9 (0c California Syrup of Figs ,5:!c 40c Cnstorin (Fletcher's) 3:!c 15c Stork Castile Soap ,, lie 25(5 Mennen's Tale. (Berated)»c 25c Johnson's Baby Powder 2(c Open Stindaj 25c Jolmson's Baby Soap --20c 35c Infants' Glycerine Suppositories _ -.. 29c 35c Infants' Syringe ...29c Toilet Items $1.50 Mary T. (3oilman's Hair Color Restorer $1.29 $1.50 Ifolorbak $1.29 $1.00 Wild Root Hair Tonic _..89e $1.50 IMnnurt's Lilac Vegetal $1^29 50c Mo He Shaviiif,' Cream ,, 42e 50c Pepsodcnt Tooth Paste -- 42e 50 e Jo dent Tooth Taste 42c 50e !]nia Tooth Paste »....42c J{5c Knerglne -- 29c 25c Nieholl's Dry Cleaner ,, ,, 2Qe Valentine Day--Feb. 14th We have a nice assortment of Norris Candies priced from $1.25 to $5. Give a box of candy for her valun- tine. Prescriptions RIeck's Ice Cream $388,479.90 PAID VETERAN EMPLOYES IN COKi; REGION Continued from Pag i One. flguro l i k e a glove. It Rives you a Company, *8,649.80. no ch vnge; water RO11K** nf f i o O f t l n ^ j a \rtr«,Fi-i*«* . T-I j-f .1. ...-,1 ,-.,-. . . _ MASONl'OWN MAN DENIE5J FORGING $2,190 CHECK DhXmOlT, I-Vt. S.--Angrily pac-ing n cell in police heatkiuurtora, Columbus Iluotles, 23, of Miisontown, Pa., today denied he forged a $2,910 eliectc on his GS-y-ear-Oid wife's bank account Rhodes wan a"res.loil hero last n i g h t ou complaint ol his old-erly wife, Mrs Nannie Crago Khodes, who lires on a Fayetto county farm. "She accused mo of running around with otlKT girl.- BO I got out at her insistence," Kh-idea told (ieteJtives, Khodes told detocUves. "T was broko, so she wrote out a check lor $2,910, splitting hor bank-acco -nt with me," he explained extradition. Tin has refused to waive Discount Hate Ctii. LONDON. F-e-'i. 0.--Th« Bank ot Kngland reduce'! its discount rate today one-half per cent to four and one- half per cent. Hoover Takes First Step To Clean Up Washington And Make It Model City By U n i t e d WASHINGTON, Feb. C.---President Hoover lias taken what many Wash- I n K i o u i a u K regard as his first executive step in 'cleaning up" the Capital. Much tnuUgncd of l a t e by certain soiiators ami congressmen a.s a town Mini with buozo, narcotics and sa'ar-i- inm literature. 'Che step so interpreted was Mr. lloovpr's a n n o u n c e m e n t that he will a p p o i n t Major General Herbert TJ. Crosb}, chief of army cavalry, ns a commissioner of the District of Columbia, in charge of police, fire and traflk-. Crosby's appointment, Mr. Hoover said, "will be a juaranteo to both the otllcia.l and uiioliicial reskleuta of the district and especially to the Nation at larire that the Capital of the Nation will be free of organized crime." Evidence that charpes made by Senatoir Blpase ot South Carolina and Seijator Howell of Nebraska, among others, alleging non-enforcement of lli.w in. the clitrict wore receiving at- tei\tf,ctQ at the \\ hite House was con- talnei,! In the President's last message to Compress. Ho .aid that he proposed to nu|ke Wasbinrton the "model city" for tihn rest of th Nation. COLDS MAY DEVELOP INTO PNEUMONIA Coughs from cold* may lead to serious trouble. V o n cm stop them now with Crcomalsion, nn emulsified creosote that 19 pleasant to take, Crcomulsion is a medical discnvery ·with two-fold action; it soothes an I heals the inllumed membranes and i ihibits germ growth. Of nil knu'ui druga, crcosolo is irecog- ni/ed by high medical authorities as ono of the grcateai healing agencies for coughs from colds and bronchial irritations. Creonm'ston contain?, in addition to creo- lote, other healing ciemeata which sootlso and heal the inflamed membranes and stop tho irritation, whde the creosote goes on to the stomach, is absorbed into tho blood, attacks rho seat ef the trouble and checks the growth of germs. Crcomulsion is guaranteed satisfactory in the treatment of coughs from coids, bronchitis ,'nd minor forms of bronchial irritutio-is, and is excellent for building up tne system after colds or flu. Money refunded if not relieved after taking according to directions. Aak youi; druggist, (ad?.) sense o£ absolute comfort and protection while, at the samo time greatly improving abdominal outlines. TriUnes in common use ar« not adapted, to women and often do grwit harm. Women therefore, suffer more and are in greater dari^or from rup- t u i f r than men, and all women, who have ruptures or who wear an ab- dojiinul support of any kind should not Cull to call and se» this w o n d e r f u l Combined Corset Bauk Support, No description or illustration can fully convey the remarkable utility o,t this splendid support. It must be seen; it must be put on to convince any woman |hat if. was designed for her. Mrs, Casier takes a large woman jiiit as she Is, all out oi shape and u n s i g h t l y and by this renairka,bla corset eupport gives hoi a natural, neat, trim figure. iihe will also give f u l l instructions on how to handle and care for any rupture, large or small. Sho will show how to hold any kind ot rupture from the simple groin and femoral to the large and difficult navel and after operation r u p t u r e s , without dialing or squeezing, also bow to the corset correctly. Don't let this great opportunity get away from you. Don't continue to stifCor the burden of r u p i u i a and truss wearing when it is so entirely unnecessary. Your call on this Lady Kxpert is sure to prove one of the best things you ever did. She will be there only one day then your opportunity will be gone. The fitting and demonstration are free. It don't cost you a penny to learn all about the Rice' Method and the wonderful opportunity for help It offers in your case. After demonstration you can purchase the o u t f i t required If you wish. % Call any time from 9 to 12 A. M., 2 to 5 P. M., or 7 to 9 evenings, ask at the hotel desk for the Just Rtco RepreseDlative and she will do the rest. . S. RICH, ·Advertisement. Adams, N» Y. TROOP 7 SCOUTS WILL REORGANIZE FRIDAY EVENING THE COUGH FROM COLDS THA THANG ON Boys oE Trinity Lutheran Clmrch 12 years of age or over .who arc interested in joining tho JJoy .Sccjuts of America and toi-mer members of Troop 7 aro asked lo meat af. Trinity "Ihurch Friday evriing at 8 o'clock at which time reorganization of Troop will bo attempted. Scoutmaster Leo M. Risl requests all members of the old troop to be pre.sent as the occasion will bo made part of the observance of Boy Scout We^lt, which will be taking place in he city that night. A "pep" mooting of all Scouts in tho Dlty is biiiug planned for tho near uture, Oonnellsville leaders are said 0 be driving for 10 f u l l troopd and he reorganization of Troop 7 w i l l be 1 move in that dii-ectlou The troop will be active from (hit, timo on, it was said, and with Uhe coQiiferatlon of the pastor o£ the church, Ur. William II. lletrick, and tho Scout council great thing:-, will be accomplished, it Jb honed. Bubc nt Everson Home. MI-. and Mrs. Harry Suttlo of Kver- eon are recolvlng ooiigratulatioiiK on tho birth of a Ron at their homo on Saturday. Thero aro now four boys in tlio family. companies, ?627,00, a ecreaae $G'I7.-10; Scottdale wcrtcs £ the American Sheet Tin Platt Company, $U 1,022.96, an increase ( t ?·!,949,55. Old Meadow Mill was n )t reported separately la I9it9, but w a s included in tho list of abandoned forks. Tho total in 1.029 would be 1 icreased by the amount paid Old M mdow em- ployes. The paymc-nU at works In the near vicinity of Connehsville, 'Xcluaive of the abandoned workn, we *e as follow'a: Davidson, $15,90 .D6, a decrease of $7-10.25; Trottoi, $24,801.L5, an Increase of $467.Ifi; Le aenrlng No. 1, $ll,223.Gi), a decrease of $477.70. The total dliburse-meiita at these three plants was $51,929.10. The employed ot Standai d continued to hold first place in Iho distribution at the Prick plantu Thol share was $20,837.U6, or K65K.20 moi a than they received In 1928. .Southwest Np. 1 retained second place with 26,838.75, a gain of ?3,215.90. Trottei held third place with $24,801.25 as Its .share. Uavidson lost fourth plac to Lemoiit where ?1G,G01 00 -was dlst IbuteiL The distribution at othi r plants of the Frick Company range from $12,053.05 at Continental No. to ?H4.0Q at Snoaf, The abandoned vorks, constituting one group, dre--n $21,358.70, or $986.60 inoro than In 1 28. Th-o Union Supply Co 1 rpany veterans hhared as follow : General uflices, $1,071.00; Brownf f i l l s store, ¥141.00; Davidson stori , $743.80; Juiiiata store, $141.00; Le nout store, ?14t.OO; Mammoth ator ·, $001.00; Standard stor', $560.10; abandoned works,' $330.GO, total, $3 G49.SU, the same as in 192 V S. Tho pension Cund b«can o operative January 1, 1911, bj joint a :tion o£ the directors of the Tnited ; tatea Stoel Coi po-ration tind the CUT logie Steel Company. J. A. Fsirroll, chairman of tho* Steel Corporation, is residont of the board^ ol! directors c C tho fund which comprises tho execi tlvo heads of tho constituent com pan eai Thomas Moses, president of tho ) I. C. Frlck Coke Company, represent 1 that company on the board. In t h j Conuolls- villo Region tho manager iont of the fund is in v charge of B. C. Bell, manager of cice'ident relief. Tho beneficiaries of the fund make no contiilmtJon.i to it, the income being derhed from a fund created bj Andrew Carneglo, and the Steel Corporation. The lat{/r prov d-ea for Uio administratho expenses c C the peu- ,^iy VUSJ5LH, JE. *j ·Solve TWJS Find the Different Bag Heza i* aa opportanit? to wtn tha maofc bju ; eom» arul riofaflat prUso you etvr drx*m«l of otmii L Thero aro 1R ba.cfi of ffold plcUired hor«--wo ikmtine the IS c»«ti pri« in told wn vUl iiraiJ . irinnon, I7ri* of thno bum IB ililTornnt Tho dlf- fannix RUir 1« In th« batf, thit marking, tho £ dor or aorno oilier fnntaru. Hind Uio but that J» tm- 30ra th« o4i!:«n. Mark nn "X" OVAT thJLt ta And nub it to u* qujdt. BVit i/ruta 1« a, Htularo "81t"--or tl,126.00 fa Oold ^wUds »r« you projur). WE ARE GIVING AWAY $3,100.00--218 PRIZES In tbli crat parzlo conUet fontera. It , ! TUOT ·« an ahrp, 700 irmy ba Uia flnrt. to aolraf Uio puzzle cnrrecUr. Look clotielj. Exunljiog HUDSON, CoacK KMNV OTHER BIO PRIZES Jlundroda of Julian In Oolil offorod in the many otbnc bis pritcn for 2nd placo, 3rd, 4Ui, ot4i ISicrrimo wlm rmlly tn« rerclToB a lun]«niia rominl. arm if tnirf do not vrln onn of the biizer prliM. llj» tnont I ai^axin^ frtund.maidnr oontait. and U.o nioAt IJbon4 prjcv to oraron« wo luiTa OTOC an- nouncod. each big. I'her are all aljiu bnt one. Ruj.ii «tr amrer. 187 5.00 KXTllA In told, (or proinptncsv Thorn la nuthlsu to «n. Srnrr prlu rnar- i ttntoea, nnd will ba lnJd proinptlj. Wo will Id Jim fcaow ^inmedltely jtut how yva come oat. Juit mirk tbe but th»t 1» diffumt, t«r out ttiij ad. and mail with your naine and ^$XSH^BMT Tlitn ' adilrcM. TUink triut it m«MU tt you win! llHffiSHf M,-.,,!,,. r nn ..t *8TB.OO SPECIAL PBIZS FOB PROMPTNESS; MAIL AH8WER QUICK ddilltlon to the Ifudatm "f»i" «ul oOior irtM». wo will glre 1076.00 In gold aa ft ·pw-iu' t.riio for promptiiwo, addoS to flnit prim Mail your answor auiok. Win I i award i« a W«Um« an.1 thto wtndorful cnah ptito too ^^^ Mart «jul [oU at onnt witli your aamn and addnM to PAUL JOOFRF Bwu rlll« Co., 700 E. Oth. Dcpt. BflJ7i)«i» Milan, lova Use CluHslilod AcU. ESBSES ; What you want is immediate relief--«nd Epsotabs will do it overnight-. Two tablets taken at night will giva constipation relief in the morning- without pata or grippe. JDoes not iuconvraiiencc, and are pleasant and easy to take. Sec your druggist tonight. In rwo sizes, 2Sc andj SOc. V/ritc for free sample. THE DILL COMPANY Norristown, Pa. S? :i elon plan. Since tho establlehmont of the fund a grand total of $26,a66,100.S2 has boen paid to pensioners. Tho payments In 1929 aggregated 13,940,678.15, or $-162,180.30 more than In 1928. During 1929 there was a net gain ot 420 in the number ot pensioners, 1,007 having beon added during tho year and 687 discontinued, leaving the total continued beyond December 31, 192S, 7,420. Tlie averages of all eases, 1911 to 1929 Inclushe, have been: Age, 63.57 years; service, 31.2S years; monthly pension, $38.75, ' This was a d-eorease of one hundredth year In age, an inorese of i!5 hundredths years It) service and aii increase of $1.40 per mouth. In tho average pension J The support of the citizens of north ern Fayotto county and (ho leaders at tho countyeat--Uniontowu-- is to bo secured by the advocates of tho improved road f i o m tho IJiuvson D r i v i n g Park to Banning, by way of Liny ton. This was the announcement of ·ors ius they coiuplelcd Iinal arraugp- nients for the meeting tonight at 7:30 o'clock o£ the residents of Perry and Ijower Tyrono townships at tho Dawson Grange lid!! near Uio Bryan Church. Tonight's mee-ling i=i lo bo confined moro or lessi to I ' i c f o r m u l a t i o n of preparations for ,i bi^ r a l l y to bo hfkl at a later date, probably a t the Da-w- son Driving P a t k , to which will be invited (lie Kayotto c o u n t y commissioners and other ofiicial.H, i n c l u d i n g possibly a repiesentatlvo of Uie State lllg'hway Uep.ii truant. It w,i.s pointed out that many citizens of CouneUvillo have expressed their willingness to go along with I h u tflo township.* in boosting the proposed highway improvement program i n ' t h a t neighborhood and au organized cooperative inovenviii i.s untioipatod. Tho Uiytou-Banumg swtiou is believed due for " big i n d u s t r i a l hooni inasmuch as tho n-ew lino of tlic Pitth- burg West Virginia Hail way is expected to result in iho development of tho o a l and oro llelds in t h a t vicinity. YorrNGSTERS use up so much energy every day. No wonder they eat so heartily.Their little bodies need quantiticbofwhole- somcfoods to build them up. S u d d e n l y a cough develops, and they become weak and listless. It feeds upon their strength. Itsapsthe precious energy they need for diy- to-day existence. If neglected, it soon draws upon thcii vit.\l reserves. No wonder doctors say: "DON'T LET A COUGH DEVELOP. CHECK IT AT THE STAlir!" Pettusdn brings [incktr results by a DO "DON'T COUGH YOUR ENERGY AWAY" ^ Patronize those wni» advertlfi*. Dentist Would Change Store Teeth Surfaces I X n i A N A P O L I S , Fcb 5--Dr. Kuport E. tkill, Chicago d»ntal authority, w o u l d i m p r o v e t h e d e s i g n o t artificial toclh, avoiding louKh u^s thataetcris- tic of n a t u r a l molars. Ur l.'all bohovph c l i o w i n g feurfacee fohouUl be f5Xl.remc!y r sjuiiar in/stead ol rough, end iipl't'r ! - IKl lower teeth shoiikl bo Interlocking, cutting and c r u s h i n g 1'otxl, ratho-i than griDding. Teeth detsigued accordini? to the now tbeoiy would til ninato stress on jtuni tissues and lucre we cfficieupy, he saltl taftr method. Unlike other r:me« dies, Pertussin contains no harmful drugs.You can take Pcrtussin in any quantity ·without fear of any unpleasant after-effects. Pertussin soothes the irritated mena- branesofthechroat, loosens thephlegra and helps nature to res tore health. Rememberi Don't let a young- E A T ? stcr cough unnecessarily. Give them n spoonful of Pcrtussin nt the first sigt\ of n tickling or irritation in the throat. Doctors have prescribed Pertussin more often dun nny other advertised cough remedy. Sold at all druggists. Uso our classified i.dvortisements. _ Not only because it blights beauty and vigor, but because informed people regard it as needless. They know that a chief cause is a gland weakness, easily corrected. Modern physicians, the world over. now aim at that weakness. Their method i-i embodied in Mannola prescription, tablets, now used for 22 years. The countless fat people who have grown slender now everywhere show what this method does. Perhaps your close friends can tell you. If you are over-fat, you owe to your- eclf a test of Marmola, The reasons and formula are in every box. livery drug* gist supplies it--SI a box. Starving ia not necessary, Go start today*

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