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PAGE TWO. THB DAILY COTJRlHR,' CONNE JUSVtLiiiB, FA. \ TtfESDAY, FEBBtTAJTT 13, 1330. IN SPITE Legion Auxiliary Will Continue -' - ' ' " ' . . ' ' , " . ,, j ' Giving Medal Awards to Students At tho regular of the Amej'- Jean Legion A uxlliftfy.'IKSt nigbttR, the rooms. North Plttsiburs street . it was Toted to -coatinue the annusil award ot .medals to eight grade students ot tile Bigh Sottool, Immacibate South Connell?schools.' Theae n. at the cloe-e Of Conception. Sc.hool, ,villo and Trotter medals will be gi tho sch Cot term. Mta. 1». W. Carpenter H chairman ot the Committee.. Further $\na we'e made for a get* together meeting, 'the date to be an- nouuced later. Thd flcda cominltbee of which Mrs'. Iaura plark la chairman, aad the social cotdffl'lttoe, of which Mrs. Agn.es Itecker Is ehalmvan, will have charge 1 . It was reported that Mrs. A. B. Mortoni -and Mrs, 'Slizabeth Heron, Who have are Improved. Mrs. li. S. Ro^blne, president, wea in charge of the meeting, which w»a well attended. Initiated. One new member t?aa SAtKT TALESTTBE DAHCE PHOMIIVEST SOCIAL ETJJNT Prominent among the social events of the week Is a Saint Valentine ilattco to be given Ttiday night at the State Armory by the^nlvwsity Club. Tho committee consists of Ralph. Kius-. bursky, Will! im Keff er, Walter Drisco^l and Heiarj BrowH. The hours are from 9 to 1 o'clock. Patrons ai'd patronesses -arc Mr, and MM. A. I!. KuftB, MT. and Mrs. J. J. IXunherty, Mr; ami Mrs. Samuel D. Opponhcini, Mr. anfi Mrs. Basil J. Solsaon, Mr. and Mrs. A. 1. Itoalols, Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Mitahell, Mr. sjid Mrs. Meyer Aaron, Mr. a.nd Mrs. J. D. Beltz, Mr. and Mrs. Ftd ·"·lloh- or, David \Verthqimer, ler and John P. Rue. Walter WXLOOK CJ.TJB MESMBBS ·/.·'· EMJ0Y HJ[$1 1 OIMCAL PBOGEAK Momners of the bujloiik Club wero entertained with a moiSt/a.Uractlw Historical program at the* regular nioetlqg Monday at tewioou : in tho ihome of Mris. John. B. Darlu. West' Waiihingtcn avi)- nue. Mrs. C. T. Bailey, the president, was in chargo 01 the ' imslneee sessioit. Mlsa Phoob* Dunn j;ave a brief hlh- tory ot Weslilngton'a mUl at Porrr- opolis and Mrs. Bailey, ot tho Airet- ican flag. A discussion ot urrex.t events followed. Reireehmenta supplemented ths program. The - f next meeting will be held Monday afternoon, February 24, In the home MISS Miss the Mary entertained Club lant nigftt at Singers catch- cole.?, the same as any olker people. ^But they .can't give in to them, and tnoat of tjiem know hovf to conquer the worst cold--without loss of titae-- L from.one performance to anotherl Pape's Cold Compound is tl»e answer. You can be, hoarse, your throat sore, eyes bleary, head ringing with cold--sad have ,' without an ache or pain, sign of that vicious n home, 705 Willow street. The affair j aojd j n 'j ust . a ^ ew hours! Pape's Cold was In the.form t f a Shower In, honor Compound - is marvelous. Only 35c of Mrs. William Daw-son, wJi*' Was ft ^,,1, »,,«. ·*+ anv drtiffSterft. formerly Miss Louisa Metzgar, whoso- marriage was a r ··ceiat oVeut. Bridge, five hundred, mnslc and dattolng were iticlutlad among The amusements ot tho evening. Mrs. Divwuon' was the recipient of a number of beautiful and Useful gifts. , A delteioas lutcaoon was served, covers'being lajd- tor fourteen. were mem'bera ot tho youngw; s«t. Favors wer® yello w baaflcets filled ;vith haart-shaped can'5y, oharaoterlst Valentine Day, f.prin* flowers, maiden hair feia wore ptofuely, uaed In all tho rooms. Mra. KlaekBtone Hulli \von. Ox»aJ Brook , the prize. Daring the ev ning -o(Jt and and conolt lioa Miss" ·Cbalfant, a gntdn rto ot the New 1'orK Consercatory ot Music, with a i numiber of well soprano solos. Sh v playeft her o confpantoenta. Out-of-town" were Miss Glori; Chnlfanfc *6£ New York, 'Miss Bfttj Davis ot tioll^viio and Miss Yvonne liiehard of Cuikb«r- lantl. ' " ' AIDES CHOSJBDr J' AinoDLiAi x TBA laterest socially ia centei'ed ttt d tea to be given TiHirsdny afternoopi In tho Wotoati'e Oulturo Olttb roon)l' i^t ih Carnegie Frta, Ubran' by j'tho Women's Anxilie y .to the Coan|Uls- vlllo -State Ilchspi ol, 'The, hours ! : are from' -2r30 ' ; JLp.:'5 % o''lock''. ' · · - · - - ; " - " · ; · ' . · · Aifrangej)aent3/ j w the' tea uro; in oharge : of. the- wtiys and means Mrs. David Greenwood. Morrell avenue, MRS. THOMAS HOSTESS TO GLAB.lT.Ktntt CLTEB Mrs. C. A. Thomas was hostess at au enjoyable meotlng of! tho Qlad-'C-Knri Club Monday night at her home in Robbing street. Eight members wero present and , spent the evening In a very delightful social manner, Tho hostess served dainty refreshments. Mies Esther Holt will entertain tho club Monday night, Fehruary 24, at her home In Uast Payette etreet, I). OF A. WILL D1UPE ·CHAJiTER AT OPEN MEETING Magic Sistfir Council; Daughters 'of America will meet Thursday night in Odd Follows' Toinplo, South Pittsburg street. At 8:16 o'clock there will bo an open meeting at which time tho charter's memorial will be draped In memory of Mrs. Mazlo.Folta, .a member, whoso death occurrpxl few weeks ago. Tho public is invited to this service. JMEJETIXG Of COUJfCH, OFF JEWISH TTOJEEK An ·-, open meeting of th-e Cornells.-, ville" Section, Council of Jewl«a Wo-- inen/ which, -n-ns to have been N hald tonight at tho Elks Home, has beet-, postponed on account of' a death In ths tem'Sly of Mre. A. I. Daniels, president o£ the council. '- · (J.:0. CLUB KiVJOYS ;. CBICKEN AKD WAFFLES 1 The !. O. Club gave a chicken anil waffle supper last nip-lit at the-W. K. Harbaugh home, near Pennsville. Following the sapper the remainder of the evening was given over to .dancing of which 1 M».:Prccl S. Opifier- man is bhairnian. Vine-presidents antl life members ,of tho ..auxiliary have been choeem ae h istefl,i«c. ' Aides ait) Mrs. Braait H. Kooser, Mrs. Chiirles C. Miteheji, Mrs. OuaHts! A'. McCorial-ck, Mra. cl'O. Bane, Mrs. John B. DavJe, Mr% Ba(tik6 D, ( Brown, Mre. Loulf Ifotzel, Mrs.! 0, ,K4y Hetxol, ·Mrs. M. J. Rolttiii:!, Mrai I'trett .Prlaoec, Mrs. Grovor C. ! iorns, Mrs. A. I. Daniels atid Mra. D. R. ;Graham, , , The tea, the fir.t social ovent tf U5 glvon by the a liillniy ' "or months, will 1m chanicteriued by highly intomtinf pro'si-am. BUSY TlV^TB SEBVEIt FBIBAT Tho Busy 'Twel/e OUtb will hold Iti* annual banquet (''riday at tho Har- bauffh home. .Members? will, leave the West Penn terminal o:a tho 5:55 car. Guests nt OolorJnl Tea. Mrs. J. A, Herteog and daughter, Miss Lucyj Mrs. ."3mily H, Heas and 'daughter, Mra. B''!tt Ciood'ivin of Un, and Mi's. C; W; HaVs ol Pitta. e 'at any Trae Clnss. . The 'True, Bluo. Ctass.''ol! the Miotmt JBra^dock, . School met 'for ita February piesslon at the horn* of Mrs. H6b«ft with Mrs. Holland · its assiatlng ' hostess, on Thtnsdsiy, a'srenlrig. After tho butriness ' disposed the evening' was sient f Uy .with contests providing, some pi the paeU-mje. Mrs', D. B. Ftoltz, a Alcohol Rinj Food Corapiiies Indicted in Drive 1 By United I*r6sn. 'OHIIDAG-O, VelS. .tl.--Two major, ai- vjtei against alleged j rohibltton violators | con tared is Jllte-ois today,. ojio ai'nwd. ,-j.t a 1 3 ationvnde alc.ohiil divortrion ring, the other at bty itod products ^oo -poratioos ch||u'gi|d -witti furnishing' la -go shjp- yeast and corn 01 ijar to Illicit ,Tho' drlvo following ivhol salo oral indictmenta yesterday here, at and al Phlladel a-hia, was n of a aa- t o illicit Interpreted aa the tliinal campaign ag.iinat liquor traffic, !A report, which. vois not, denied by 'Conrad SB louer of Prohibition James 'M. Doroa, Jndical/Od that E, 0. Yello-tfly, Chicago administrator of i rcxhlbition 'might bo dimlmsed anil otb jrs in 3iis office shifted aa the atterm vtti b£ -to- dlctmfcuts hor» of 166 indjv duals and 31 of charges o£ coropl city ia an now reside!* gjues Iqwhig , teaoli.63r -of th* but i? 1 lio ^ in "XJniontown, wa«f a was serveil to the fol- Mrs, Ortha. I/iviUg- the teachor, Mrs. William , Mrs, jamea Cunnitighiun, Oscar York, ^TA. L. L, Cumminga, MTS. ' Charles Holland, Mrs. IVaneia A4aras, MTS^ 'Tony Jeneway and daughter, JAliqueliue, Mrs. Emma tSrayfon, t Mip. llebert Quddls and daughter, Emma 'Grace, Mrs. R. 11. I-Tblland and chlldreju. Beriy Jean , Mrs. X, S.'JTol,tK and the Misaocs Matthaws, Hdiut, Vesta nid Peaiie -Aibsloj', JBdffth Bwttty, Haael Howard, 'Eithy'l . MiUlick and Dolly Party at Yandcrbttt. l( A birthiiay party was hold Saturday eveniiig nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hants' Addla of VanderbUt com- msmorathig the anniversaries of Mrs. Addis and, Frank Patterson, tbo latter of Tower Hill, formerly of Vandor- bllt. Thirty persona gathered lor the entertainment which waa «onjiuctpd« 'There were games, music and (laijti- iiiB. A color scheme of .pink atid whits prevailed in the decoratJo»a. MT. Addis .and Mra. I'atterson are 'brother and sister, At a Jato hour lunc.ieon was served by Mrs. Addis assisted, by Mrs. Robert Addis. "Guoats were in attendance from Tower Hill, Pittsburg, Brownsville, New Salem, Connt'tlBville and Vahdorhlit. . at JnnlDta. A number of friends. 'and reiativee attended a chicken snppur at the homo of SaiJtli Rhodes at JuIata on-Satar- ddy evening. Guo«;-;a from Con noli *- vllle, Onlontown. Star Junction, Perry- 'opol.s and, Junlata enjoyed the UJPCT which consisted oJt chic-ken, biscuits and all other good thinje-fl whloh mako a chicken supper complete. The evening was »pojit at sttLUNR and burg wore ; among' thji out-oS-town guests at tho colonial tea given Salur-j day' afternoon- 'at the home ol! Mrs, Jolui Li. Gan.s, B;ist Washington avc- nuo, by Philip -Preeioan Chapter,- Daughtfsrs o£ tht AmMcan Revtiki- tion. ' ' . . , . ; ; Miss Viola Nlchols6uy daughter at Mr/ and Mrs.. Ollvar .' Nicholson o£ Caa- selman, 'and Harper Samuel So.hrock, son of Mr. aurt Mrs. George Schrock of Wilbur, at Somersot , by Don S./Kimm«ll, clork at the Somerset county cour'8. . . Announcing Birth. Mr. and Mrs, itklward .Hay of. the West Side are receiving cpngratula- tfons upon, the lirth of a dnuglitw Saturday. 'Tho lsibe is the" third in' the family. The other two children are girls. -.Mrs. I 'ay before her marriage 'was Miss i'argaret Detwiler. AnotLtwement ..l.'i mada^of -the ;mar- miage of .Miss -Florence Cole, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Albert Cole ot Fair-chance, .and Alborl Milb'utji ot Maco-h, Ga., · which' took placo ary 1 , at 0 ak Hill , : W. Va. . aridi music, wag; a guest. Miss Catherine £imina Announced. · .Announcement is mode of the engagement of Jane Lowry .Allen, daughter of Crouibis Allen, o£ Ontario, Canada',: and Chester A. Perry, .eon of Mr. atid-Mrs. F. C. Perry of Ontario. Tho bride olect'e lather is a former editor of tho Greene burg Daily Ollte Cbiss Thursdcy. Thursday (·.fternoon at 2:!0 tho Women's JLoyal Workers Bible Cla»s of tlje Mount Olive United Brethren Sunday School wilt hold H.a monthly meeting at tbo home of Mr. ami Mra. J. El Medsgar. All tho meinbo-.'s arc earnestly requested to be present. Jennie . Awclltarr. The Je-nnle 'Laytn Aturiliary lo the Baltimore Ohio ; Veterans will meet this evening -at i":80 o'clock at the Baltimore Ohio Railroad Y. M. C. A. G. I. A. Will Meet, The G. I. A, to Ti. o£ U B. will moot tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock at' Odd Follows Temple. Featuej ?»riouser. James Clouaor ' of "Mnnico and Pearl Feath»ra of South CoimellflvlUc wore licensed to wed in UnioiUown. ; .Colonial Club. Tho Colonial Club, will meet Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Mary ZJQU Weaver of Hickory Bottom, along*the Vanderbilt road. Member's are aislced to bring their completed work. The afternoon, will bo devoted to sewing. ·· Aspy.Stondr. : W«ber : Keith Stohbr ami loha BMai- beth Aspy, both of Scottdaltt, were 11- to wed at Cumberland. Imnrel Hfll W. C. T. t;, Th Laurel Hill W. C. ,T. U. wiil meet Wednesday at tho home of Mrs. SI roy. Smith. . Card The annual HoJy Card to btr held Wednesday evening, February 12th, in the. Immaculate Concop- .tioou Social Hall promimm to be, brie ,of .the best pre-Leii ten sopial eventa o£ the ;jarteh. Elaborate ' ! preparations hav'a been made and valuable prices' will ; be givec away. Thene prizes arc on -display, in. the window o t t n o Connellsvillo . Drujr Co.-- Advertisement -- feb-7-11. PRIiSIDENT LANDS SIX-FOOT SAILFISH; OUT AFTER ANOTHER i By United Press. LONG KEY, Pi!a..,Fel). 11--President alcohol diversion schtVmo ija d to haV4 done ji $60,000,000 business i i the poet seven' years. readied in St. Pao to say, that Yellowly would t 3 dismissed, i 'W^ nld you eay that he i'. Ill be dio- '/" tie commlssibner ' f a,3 aslied. "No, I -will not," hs replied Doritn ia oxiteoted herfe t night. He ·vttilt :|j«et Yellowly hore B wl con-ter wfth him, the commissioner ff^mitted. The iFleischauan Yoost Ooi ximny and the Cora Prodncts l«if).jiing Company, oE the largest flniia ot the r kind in the conr.tr/, -were named t long with ;17 ini»or ?roupjj in the Springfield indictment* . Drdted States Attorn ay Wa It«- M. Pro vines Ot Springfield indicated tl it in die t- menta now suppreeiied wl I reveal lown. i'ftni Indiana ootnpat os as alleged 'violators of the di-y aws. Officials of tho big ojnpaTties denlod they had. nol-d. prod lie » to boot- Jeggers, or Hart Bold to urirui of ·.disrepute yriio. would be ei pftcted to lO SQ. "Tiiia ia out ansvrer to ibe cry to get tho 'higher lips'." wild Provines. "yyiien wo luvv« anlah«d 1th. " this caw v»o will ··have a prc edent for handling Onniii charged wli -i saprAiy- irig materials, for th* tmtnu 'aeture, ot alcohol." : Ho explained thin 5s coi sijclored * test case to d«*ennitb' whofi er l"oder- at authorilloa may -strike at Illicit distillers by cuU.iK« off the r ba» of supplies. Doputy PTohlbitU'ti Ate inistrator JaniflB EXitbn" oT Sprtngfloitl I wa« reported to havo reve!iled : tha ;.'2iQO car- loadsi ot corn sugar from the Corn Proriacta '":.Reilntng /Com pa y found tbeir way into moon »hi no s! ills ia th-o St Ixjuia.aivd Pooria dlstric 8. CinCAteC), Feb. H.-- -Th ttovwn- mont moved Tapldly today to prosecute firms at.d 157 ! idivldunlfi . . . . flooding the nation for sc 'on .years -with millions, ot gallons, of recovered alcohol.' , Three aBais^ant Vuited f tales. (Its-. trict attbraeyfi who will try the drew u p ' t h b / necosaary loir il' p proparatory to rounding u -'jo iu- dicted flrma Rtwl inUWidttaJ i for ono big trial in Chicago. Mrs, ». S, McNnlt'InJ ireil, Mrs. B. S. .McNiUt- ot i : niontown has gone to the home of he - parents, Mr. and Mrs, B. S.-Jackaoi of Ohiopyle. Mrs. MeNutt sxitfere 1 a palu- l Jnjury at the ackle. las week in a! fall ait (he home of i er sister, Mrs. Yojler of Unioritown. .Vn X-ray ctnTo. :rev«UoO that the llg-am«uta andj inuMclca were torn. Although ftblJ» to get around with c -u.tchea it HI be at least a n\pnth b tore Mra MeNutt will lirtTO '.cdmpleto ;se of her f o o t . " . , - . - . '.- . .' : Hoover prepared to wiual or better today the standard he ot for tho rest ot his party on their first fishing expedition %Vhen ho succosKfuliy fought and landed a .six-foot saiiflsh, Ji/tter Mr. Hoovor'a trinmiph yx»ter- day, became known, other laeinbors of hi« Hsh-ing- party told tineir versions oE "the fish that got away.", Associate Justice Stalls of the Supreme Cxurl, Dr. Joel T. Boone, WhltO House- phyei- clan, and Laurence -RJeh'ey, Mr. Hoov- er'a Bocretary, all struggJtl unsuccessfully- with tho game and wily sall- flsh. Howeveo', Boone brought, in two 60-pound amfber jacks. The Washington fishermen are eeok- ittg their finny prizes in tbo warm. Slroam waters aboul aifrht mites Praises HprneTreatn ent For Bladder Weakness, Backache, Irri ation "No matter what ynur ago may :b«, how long you JiaVo bcon troul led qr how ,njany jnedicincs you iiayo :ir3 ;d without success -- il you arc a victim of functional Bladder wikne.'is a d Irritation, causlfiff 'lays of trOU'fo Jsorae an- 'noyanoo and nlsrlita of Brokei Host., you arc invitod to try tht anmzh ?· vsiluo ol Pr. Southworth's i "CJr'itnbe ·wiLhoJt risk al'opst unless pl«!),K*U w th -result's, Made from a speclii) l o r m L l a used by the Joctor for ovof 40 years o|I thia island. It was thcro yesterday that Mr. Hoover, %viUi £tton« in a small fishing -boat, obtained his prize. IJi'.k there the party seeks tho "big o1»ea'' today. The opening of tho Hoover itehing party yesterday: coincided with I; the 31st anniversary o£ tho -Proald and Mrs. Hoover's marriage, altlv the'occasion was: not markcil by to evrlttiy r.olio- c tho -.pain and misery 'of Burning' UrctI rftl Irritations, Backaches, CrcijuonL di lly annoy- nncc and trauiblcsonio nlsh s- lrup Co., r o r B.ny goad flru glfii supply you on a 8"uar.inte(! of money back on llrat lio* puvchasod l£,you ar.e not wonderfully satisfied witl sv?Wt anil positive relltif oti'.atneiJ.-- A-'dvertlsa- ment. Bto A. BergfeH Tells How Giiticura Healed Salt Rheum. "I ted a very bad attack of itching on the palms of my hands, and then tbay tecame red and scaly. Salt Rheum broke out in the fonn o£ a rash. My hands were swollen and prevented, me from doing my regular work. I could not put my hands in vater as the pain was too intense, and 'it used to waltc me up in the night "I tr;ed dilJereni remedies but they did not help me. I began using Cutlcura Soup anil Ointment and got rcliei, and in s; s weoka I was completely ti«aled." (Signed) Mrs. A. Bergtejd, 1318 Ave.H, Flatbuah, --Brooklya, N, Y. .. ' - ; . ' . , . . · ' ' ; ·· _ :, ;- ·.' So«p 25r. CHnlment 2T and SOc. Tnlcum 2S«. Sold ovctywherB. ^impfcj tnch fraa. Adcriso; "Cutji^ix* X*borntoie«. Detil. H M»W«n. Mo»»." (formal celebration and their, g 1 ; wer.e .said riot to have known the xsigRiflcaiico. They observed the [ uivefsary in companionship under'the open sky. Both aro great lovers oC out-door life. ' nt's i -ugh any i At McKcos port JfiinoraJL, . Mr. atid Mra. Ralph "Whipkcy of Oliiooyle, laaai! Morgan, MiHH Lyda Morgan, .Miaa'Lillian Morgan and Mr. and Mra. AVilliam Ramsey ot Cou- iiellsifiUe weiit to McKeospoTt today where this aftoruoon they attended the :untral service ! ol. Mrs. Ida Dougherty,'wife of Hariry faoug-herty ot ii'-cKcosporl. Mrs.; pougherty, 02 year!-, old. tiled - S a f i i r d n y CARD PARTY 1 ·--at-- ST. JOHN'S SOCIAL HALL West Hide, Coiindllsville, 1' i. Tuesday^ February I I "SCO" and BrNGO 'Eijjht'Prizes. LUNGH SERVE D Card Parly "SQO" fturt B i n g o Trottor AvditorinoL Thursday,/-February 13 Starting nt S'Al. Benefit St. John's C iurc]i . - · ' . - West. Wide. Door Pri/o $5.00 Unit I v V E A R C L E A N C L O T H E S Ladies ' M. i\j Dry Cleaned i and Pressed $1.50 and $2.00 Thase Prices Effective February JO to 14 Only The GOODWIN Co., Inc Cleaners Dyers ConncHsyllle, Pa, Phone /j^ Phone ,813 |U 814 ARCHABBOH StEHLE OF ST. VINCENT NEAR DEATH IN HOSPITAL By trnltBI,Pr*»B. PITTSBUKG-, Feb. IX.--Archabbot Arolius St«hle of St' Vincent's- Collego, near Latrobe, was near death in St. Francis Hospital, 1 Buffering : from a complicatiou of diseaiws, ''-it'.was learned here today. Ai-chabbot Sli'e-hla Buffered ;i.-nervous breakdown ' w h i l e - i n .Cleveland last-January 2-3 and has been con- flened to ttoe hiospital sins?. It wns first thought he needed a reat but complications djeveloped, and his: condition bocame-worse,. ' Use onjv classified advertiseiaenti)., EMULSION MBS. ELBANOK HOY Gniduttto Corsetlcro. Mrs. Elcsi-nor Hoy, miwiager, buyer and graduate cor'sfetiere and medical -Utter', will attend to your personal' needs. and corset requirements Including . maternity fittings, hernia and medical abdominal supports.; Wo' are exclusive agents in ConneJlsvllle Jor Camp's belts. Corset Dept, 3nd Floor. SAFE-CONSERVATIVE .STRONG" Thirty-Nine Years' Participation in the progress of this city and section is an important reason for the accuracy with T/hich this institution's service fits in with the banking needs of the interests that make up Connellsville's business "Hfe. ' . . ' . We invite you to talk over TOUR banking transactions with us. Resources Exceeding $3,300,000.00 """·wwwMwaS*- ^" - ARCTUR BLUE LONG LIFE RADIO TUBES OANS If You oVeed Honey for. Any Etuergeitcy SEE US layette i Loan Company Title Trust Dldg., 5th Floor. Councilsville, 'Pa. .'.Te1ephont'i'-244. - 8(5i ; Bonded to tho SLutc. OLDEST BANK IN COMNELLSVILLE Driving Your Business Benjamin Franklin said:--"Drive thy business or it will drive thee." Prudent Is the merchant or business man who plans well for the future. You will'find the service of this Bank a valuable aid to your business. THE UNIONMlQMLBAMK COHNELLSVII-LE, PA. W E S T S I D E ^ I SALE IL C. FltlCK COht COMl'ANY PBOPKIll'l! TV norneut U oases , Home Sites Factory Sites Farm La; ids Used Mrtchinery, iihop Tools, Buildiog auii Mine SuppJiea Much ol Clio property for sale li udvautageuusly louaiod with re- dl»ect to witter »?!';ii'ctrij puvrur supplies,^railroad sidiuga and pay. ed roads, - . - - . . . , for full itttormatloi in regard to prices aud tonus, apijjy to · Superintendent o£ n'eoreat illue or Scottdale Ofllee. - , . - ' . . . , H. C. FricliCokt Company, Scottdale, NIGHT EXCURSION AN» RETUBX SUNDAY ^ February 16 Round -$$,06 Trip FROM . Will Leave iii 1:35 A.M. Consult Ticket OHIO

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