The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on May 11, 1918 · Page 2
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA, SATURDAY, MAY'II, 1918 · Mrs jr. O. Sthoorxver arrived home GOWK Of BliiCK SATET- thf5.-ir.cri:ne Ipniv. Hot Springs, Ark., wbejT h-:- ^U^-ned the bi-ennial convention ot the General* Federation oC Y-MTU-'U'';' ':;yb. TM- convention acL- .iourtiea ·:.·* ffedpfcsSiiy arid Thursday 'IKC/V.SK v;.i'iUrf Camp Pike,. Lit, Ark. Mri. Sc'io'juover "was Le frofii '.J» 8UJ Federation oJ^EeSisy-lvajiia "Women. t-S«: "ji. C. T. ciur. was enterlained.. laiE-ivenlng by'Misj Bthel ,Ruti at. hel'--'"ii»e in AV?at "Washington ave- 1 Ber. xwemhers -and three, rc- p*siieut. At a late hour aT da|ttt;j» ippcjatorf iunchebc was ocrv- sfi;;»Mi4s will entertatJCflie: club Frida." Evening, May 2-t, : at ncr.bomo in East Patterson avenue. WEAR. SMITH IS NAMED . PRINCIPAL FOR A THREE-YEAR TERM Continued from 1 Fourth Ward--Sara One. Morel and, FRANKLIN YOUNKIN. FrankJin Younkin, 79 years' old, a Civil "War veteran, arid one of the oldest residents of Peniisvilie, died last TIZ" FOR TIED AND SORE FEET Use Tli" for PnfVed-np. Bnnilnp, Ach- Corns. evening at S.45 o'clock at Uio lam.'ly eannr Homer, Mabel stilhvagon, Freda Rhodes; Madgo Curmnings, j residence following an illness of acv- : 'Myrtle Durst and.E. C. Miner. jeral months. EC- had.been confined to j Snodbd Ward^-Pearl Sandles, Viletta, Howard, Laura Eagle. Ruth Cunningham, Anna Laffey, Emma Ment- his h o m e i f o r the past live weeks; The ! funeral will be held Monday noon at Eleven members and two guests at- ' (eaiied a very enjoyacle meeting o£ j the^Busy Twelve ciub at which Mrs. ; George Froeaian v/as hostess last eve- j ning- aV her hoiae ;n Eighth street. \ ' Greeuw-eod. Knitting and fancyworU: i wer^ the -amusements of the eTeuin^. ; DeKeious refreshments were sorve'L Mrs/E. E. Hudersou will entertain the j clnarJRriday evening. May 24, at her i Snyfier street. ! Hie'-Knit and Win Unit to the Char- lesSSS :COIB forts Brauch ot fee Navy League" will meet Monday night at the homS ot Mrs. Jaracs Cypher in Eighth street, Greenwood. guild of.. Trinity.. Re- fottieo_'church met last night at the hom'Ctdf Mrs. C. A. Purbaugh on the "Wes.C -Side. Seven members were present . and articles 'amounting' to oveElJji were turned in for the bazaar. zer and Olive Bloom. Third Ward--Frances Cameron, Mae I o'clock from the Louse' with Rev. H. .|. .Myers of Seoltdale official- I Intfrir.ent will be in Hill Grovo I Trayuor, Sadie Rae Hawk. Anna Hor- | cemetery. The .Mystic Chain lodge ol aer, ilae Gilmore and Minnie Murray. ! Moycr and the Wiiliaai F. Kurtz Post S. B. Henry, principal. INo. 104, Grand Army of the Republic, High School--Katherine Francis, I nf watch Mr. Younltin was a member, i Mabel Golden, Beulah Gilmore, Grace' j Adams. Sara Clarke, Ruth Davidson, ! Luella Oglevee, Daise Tramp, W. B . i j u l y 20, 1838, a sou of Charles a n d ! i Crow, Margaret Jean Berg, Earl W. j Jane Johnson Younkin, who. at the i Haviland, Jean Arrastrong, Jennie j time wero well known residents of (Weaver, Elsie Weihe, LaVerne De!in,[that county. March 3, 1S64, he mar- i Adelaide Myers, Ijeviah Sherrick, j ried Miss Harriet Sheo-bondy, daugh- [\atherine ' Mayo; Margaret Baker,! tcr of tho late John Wesley and will have charge of the funeral. Mr, "was born in Somerset county '- TKeHOME of QUALITY andSEVtCE l29-fe-!33 N PlTTSB-URG St., CONNELLSVILLEiJ 'S GREATEST STORE I '~i r.anra R6ake, John .S. Oiler, Arthur Christian Sherbondy of Normalville. Woodhead, -Frederick 'Smith, Florence Mr Youn.kin resided on a farm at Kimble, Q. J. Alderfer, G. J. Dikeman, Pennsville for 45 years and was widely i C. T. StaufTer, Catherine Pretts, M a r y l a n d favorably known in that commun- ! Gans, Mary Brickman, A. 0. Stone and Jtty. He was a taoniber of Company ' [VR- Waterbury. K, Sixth Regular Pennsylvania Artil- Supervisor oi Music-- BUen Oarlock. lery. enlisting September 4, 1864. Ha Medical TCokeOeld. Inspector-- Dr. Katherine | was ^scharfed in June, 1865. In his early days Mr. Younkin was a cattle This charming afternoon gown is made of black satin trimmed with black silk braid. "An cent collar and cuff set .embroidered iu darker shade affords a pleasing contrast. members attended the mobile for Steubenville, 0., to remain busifceas and.:soclal. .meeting over Sunday with relatives. of:t£a:Christian Endeavor society o f ! Downs' Shoe Stt^c is overflowing the:3Iethodist Protestant church held just now with new footwear for evary- lasncT«ning at the borne of Miss 'Clafa^ilac Crltchfleld in East Apple stiWt' Refreshments .were served at th£close of the business meeting. (Swi-monthly meeting of the board ot; trustees of the First Baptist church wUl,7be held Tuesday evening in the cb.trr.cli.; body. .The new styles this season are beauties.. See our windows for display.-- Adv.-- 10-41. Mrs. Eastman Hackney has returned home from a visit with relatives in Uniontown. Miss" Mary' Hackney accompanied her home. H. P. Snyder returned home last night from era* trip. a three weeks east- tot-the ensuing year will ^rs. George Dull of West Fayatte r*V--^ie'--«Enufti--meeti"nfr-of' s ^t? e ' : «" i s ".?E£ n ding I* 1 ? day in Pitts- Monday Afternoon at the home of Mrs. j M«- J - ·· Fosselman and daughter. G._W..Campbell in Green street. The M '= 3 Blanche Fosselman, and Miss annual reception of the club will be Charlotte Umbel, the-latter ot UnionThe: social ! town,-left last night for ort ugie- -: -ij-'ttioFpe.'.TJoage^Ga^.td.TJalt.Mrs: Foa-; seiman's son. Lieutenant Don. Fossel- Section C of the second year o£ the!TM" 1 - Thev *"" als ° visit Mrs. Fos- Connellsville high school held .a partv jSelman's' other son, Ernest Fosselman, Wednesday night at the home of Miss w "° is stationed at Newport News. LEASED TO FAIRIES Duntnr Township High School Hall Scene of Jptettj- Operetta. . Dunbar township high school "was leased t o - t h e fairies and. witches for a time last evening and on a stage representing perfectly a woodland retreat the two bands held their revels. The large audience enjoyed to the utmost this little glimpse into the fancies of youth and was delighted with the dainty brightness of the flitting young fairies,'the weirdness of the witches and the charm of the youthful voices. ' The production was the operetta, "Florinda,' %ung by the school glee club under the direction of Miss Ruth I, Burnham, supervisor of music. The characters are as follows: "Florinda," a village maiden, Grace Schuyler; 1'Yoringal," her brother, Carrie Arison; "Fortina." fairy queen, Mabel Burkeu:" "Vala," queen of the witches. Mar}' Henderson. Others in tho cast are: . Fairies' chorus. Clarissa Bcatty, Myrtle Blair. Sophia Bomba. Ruth Bryan. Jfadalyne Cossel. Virginia Edwards, Anna Hazlett, Edythe ,Jobn- son. Devere Metzler, Ruth Newmyer ·and Hazel Stoner. Witches' chorus.- Etta Ball, Veronica Bradley. .Tosephinc^Conti, Julia Daffy, Bessie Gallagher, Esther Johnson. Mayme Kidwel], Grace Laughrey, Lauretta Leighty, Marie Rittenbcrger, Nina Grace Smith and Virginia Tlllley. The operetta was preceded by a follows: Selection, r~:'~committee" will "have 'chargeT.' Syretta Caplan in Murphy avenue in honor of Miss Clark, teacher of English. Thirty-five guests were present. Miss Mabel Golden and .Miss. Beulah Gilmore are the teachers. : -.- : ·_· PERSONAL. Mrs. James Scott of Ursina is the guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Davjd Cunningham of Vine street. J. C. Smuti of Pittsburg, a former well known business man of Connells- vill«, was in town yesterday on busi- neci. The be»t place to shop after all. Brpwnell Shoe. Co.--Air. Mr. »nd Mrs^C. R. Berkey left last evening for. Newport Xews, Va., where they will visit their son, Leroy, a member of the aviation department, before he leaves tor overseas service. Mrs. Leroy Berkey left last evening for Camp Morrison, Va., to visit her husband. She will- also visit her sisters, Mrs. E. A. Raudman and -Mrs. W. M. H. Dalbrow at Caraey's-P'oint. N. J. Uncle Sam has taken the only,customers I have lost, but they will all be back when they gei through smashing the Hun. Dave Cohen, Tailor.--^ad '" James M. Dodson arrived home last night from a visit with his son, Harry C. Dodson, -who is in training at Camp Lee, Petersburg, Va. Young 'Dodson. lelt with the seconU'.'continEent of; draftees. ' He is enjoying camp life very much. His father reports him to be in the best of health. The popular numbers in women's footwear right now are parent leather lace oxfords in high heels, and . New teachers-- Ellen Sherrick, Mar- j driver. Of late years he had lived re- garct Lyon, Emma Harrigan, M a r y i t i r e d - He was the youngest child and Murphy "Edna Conway, Alice Christy,! t b e last member o( tie family. His Susan Hicks, Grace Workman and : w i ( i o w ' tbe following children, Mrs. Anne Donnelly. ! Della Fll ""san, wife of M. D. Flanl- Miss Ellen Sherrick, of this city, I san ot Beaver; Alra Martha Detweil- "Why go limping around with aching, : puffed-up feet--feet so ured, chafed, j sore and swollen you can hardly get I your shoes on or oft"? Why don't you get a 25-cent hoi of "Tiz" from the . drug store now and gladden your tor-' tured feet? : , "Tiz" Diak'es your feet glow with ; comfort; takes down swellings and draws tho soreness and misery right out ol feet that chafe, smart and burn. "Tiz" instantly stops pain In corns, ; callousej and bunions. ""Tiz" is glo- i rious for Urcd, aching, sore leeu No · more shoe lightness -- no more foot troubles. newly elected is a graduate of the local high school and also Beaver College. She has been teaching in Uu- iomown. Margaret Lyon, alao o£ this city, is graduate of the hlga school here, also of the University 'of Pittsburg and has been teaching at Vanderbiit. Emma Harrigan is a graduate of the high school here and California Normal school, and has been teaching in Dunbar township. Mary Murphy is a graduate of the! local high school, alao of'Geneva col-' lege and has been teaching at South Conncllsville. Edna Conway is also a graduate of the local hih school and has been teaching in Lower Tyrone township. Alice Christy is a graduate of the Slippery Rock Normal school. Susan Hicks is a graduate of the high school here and has been teaching at-Dawson. Grace 1 Workman is a graduate of the high school and also Indiana Normal. She has been teaching in Dunbar township. er, v,-ife ot Charles Dotweiler of Penns- I ville; Mrs. Katharyn Sherrick, wife | of Dick Sherrick of Connellsville; | Miss Nellie B. Younkin at home, and I J.1 grandchildren survive. HENRY LBNTZ. Henry Lenta, 78 years old, a veteran of the Civil War, a*d a well known fonndryrnau of Mount Ploassnt, died yesterday afternoon at his home there. He will be buried with honors of war tomorrow afternoon. The firing squad will be Philippine war veterans. Serj vices will be held at 2 o'clock from the family residence, with interment in St. John's cemetery. ir. Lentz conducted a foundry on Hitchman street, Mount Pleasant for -10 years and was widely known. He is survived by two sons. Roy of Mount Pleasant; George of Akron. O.; two daughters, Mrs. John Witt of batrobe and Mrs. Lcr- man Doston of United. JOHN' W. PRICE. John W. Price, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Price «f Mount Pleasant, died Wednesday. Funeral services were Miss Anne Donnelly attended Notre hc)(1 ^ aftcrnooll {rom t b o home of '° John Johnson at Irwin. Dame and has completed a course m the Home Economics Department of the'Drexel Institute.. She will be as- '.the' domestic, science department, succeeding Miss Ruth Moland. .NEVER SUCH A REMEDYJOR PILES It will cost any sufferer 30 cents lo prove that bleeding, itching or protruding piles, no matter how chronic or how painful, can quickly be helped; Go to the I^aughre^ Drug Co., Connellsville, or the-Broadway Drug Co., Scottdale^ hand the druggist 30 cents, say "I want a jar of San Cura Ointment" and it' you aren't satisfied-your money back. Yes, and more; try San Cura Ointment for old sores that people say will never heal, for fever sores, for itching skin, eczema, tetter, salt rheum, INFANT DIES. Alberta Gilmore, eight months old. a twin cliild of Jesse mid Alberta Gilmore of Dickcr^on Run hill, died last evening. CHARLES H. BIGGS. The t u n n r a l ot Charles H. Biggs was held this afternoon from the Cochran Memorial Methodist at Dawson. Rev. H. A. Baum, the pastor, officiated. EWUSE FOR PAJAMAS : Coat fur Moss Towel, Ki'maiiider far ! JUHc Cleaner, Snys Drlsccul. j In EI Itf'.ter from Ser;;»/ant N, A. fris- I coll, Battery 17, Pieid Artillery, on · d u t y In France, ho refers to the Oer- miiu Jong range g u n which has be-on firing on Paris as "simply German | terroi'is'iii." He days: "I suppose you j are reading tlie piipers. Reckon t::c-y » Suci Situs'. Such Prices! You c-an imagine* t h e rnsult. Nevertheless the sale is goinp; lo I.e a wonder. Plenty of splendid values ir the newest Silks. Beautiful dualities of Black Silks Tub Silks foi sport wear, fine colored Messalincs. Satin finish weaves, for afternoon or evening wear, and lots of pretty plaids, stripes and Foularc SfIJtB. They are priced $1.75 to $3.50 per yard. Boys' Wash. Suits New Wash Suits, made In all the ways Mr. 2 to 6 likes them. Thi ChftDibray is unusually good as is the Ginghams-, also the neat regu latioii suits have had the little details of finish watched carefully The Shields button at the bottom as- well as at the top. Stripes am plain colors vie with each other to see which can make the ladie: look best. Prices start at $1.95 and up to $3.25 Trimmed Hats That are quite different. IE our moderate price Millinery Department you will find man: new Hats to choose from. Hats tbat are nice to wear just nov.'. Ga: feathers are used, or mayhaji a demure little flower form the cffecte trimming. Hats are quite picturesque. See These Hats at $3.S5, $4.95 and $7.50 SPECIAL THE CEUEBBATEI) 5E310 CORSETS AT HALF-- PRICE-- HALF give you isoaie on. I haven't seen uf wiat is going j English or · American paper lor an ago, but yestcr- · day WAS lucky enougii to borrow H. Petit P^rieian from a French sokiier. Ajiiong the oihcr tiling I road of ibe | ahull froni Uie 'inonsU'r' UK the Frc-ncl: i call ihai long range gun tlje Germans 1 are using to sht'H Paris, which' k i l l o r i ! 75 and wounded 'JO in a Paris church. ' The shell itself would lie about as useful as a pea against. :hc? foriificaiioi:s of Paris. It is onJy a small shuJl pro- | pellcd by a vary heavy charge a reinforced g u n ; the target -- ·'women ! and children only. Bui enough of · i this. Wo have answer a plenty right at hand. WEST SIDE. .MRS. CAROLINE BAKER YOUNG. Mrs. Caroline Baker Young, 84 years old,, died yesterday at Smith- at 2.30 o'clock. "Sis, my peepers arc wide opc-n looking for thoso sweetniwus, and I atn not alone. There are a few others in this outfit who hav,- a .sweet tooth. There is one in the b u n c h who is morr favored by parcels [,:»l than to- others. He sure has received some ns- I sortment of junk. to nurnuon : two articles, one was a corn popper. : Tho other--you couldn't guess Jt in a thousand ynars--a pair of pajamas. j We're using vhe coal as a mess k^ ' "'?" | towel and the other p;ir: of t h e *;ii'J regalia is not half bad as a ritle ctean- cr. Such is l i f e over here. Give niy ben to the whole outfit in Cor.nell.H- ville. Am having lurkcy for supper." Fotstoes, per peck 30c Coffee, per pound 15c ()tt»gon Soap, 2 cakes -- lie Lard, per pound _ 30c Purity Oleomargarine, per pound 33c Sweet 1'ickles, per dozen". lOc »esh Ecrgs, per dozen WJiite I-fly Hain, per pound . Post Toasties, box ...., J'rnnes, '2 pounds _._ -10c 35c lOc .._ 25c CHAIN ANNIVERSARY Diiiown Castle lo Hare Suitable rro- crnni in Cochnw Hull Tonight, The 45th anniversary of Ancient Order of the Knights ot the Mystic chapped bands, face or lips, for ulcers, carbuncles, boils, sore nipples and broken breasts. It draws, out poison; that's the se- j Chain at Dawson will be observed this cret of the wonderful success of San- I evening at 8 o'clock in the Cochran Cura Ointment; that's way it 30 banquet hall. The program follows: quickly heats scalds, burns, cuts and Address of,welcome, E. I. Ramsier; bruises. It's best to use San Cura i address, Rev. H. A. Baum; song, mem- Soap at all limes; it is a great aid ' bars of .the order; address, Rev. J. S. at in banishing pimples, blackheads and the ge'rms 'of disease. 30 cents.- Thompson .Medical Co., Titusville, Pa. --Adv. Showers; illustrated . lecture, T. Cota, select scribe of the state. · H. ASKS CORPORAL M A Y J U N K SBRGEA.VP AT CAMT l,Ei;. Corporal L. S. TUay has bc'cn promoted tn sergeant in Company II. 319lh I n f a n t r y , at Camp NO RURAL MEETINGS These prices are good only when this advertisement is presented at our store. For these specials 110 deliveries and no telephone orders taken. C O R N E R CRAWFORD AVENUE A'D EIGHTH STREET 1VEST SIDE. Kel f « tans to the new tony red sballe, mill-, brlef . prognml tary heel. Downs Shoe Store have | overturei .. Battle Sorig ,,, Ubert y.-. both and ready last give.the cllonJS] " Sp eed Our Republic," glee women just what they want--Adv.-- | ch]b . reading: Alleana Newton; so- 10-4t. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Collier.of..Un- iontorra, motored here last night and visited Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Holland on Patterson avenue. itisa Hetty Brown has returned" home -from a visit with friends i n ' Greensburg. j Mrs. J. C. Hake of Pittsburg, has re- i turned home: alter,- a visit with her-! prano jolol Nellie Gray; declamation, Jess«-^Ioore; chorus.- hoys' chorus; Four-Minute speaker, Harold Cot- torn.- School Bnjs Bomls. Following DON'T WANT FURLOUGHS. Many .Ire Anxious to (-et at licnnans, Says i'ormer Local Boy. "The most o£ the men don't care whether they get furloughs or. aot. They seem anxious to fet over and jj£t at R. The Germans are going LO get hell from the Americans before long. They mado fun of our aid to the allies at the start but they have drawn in their horns now. They will find the armies of America will fight just as they do everything else--with speed paid energy." - Thus proudly does L.. S. Chorpcn- ning, a former Connellsville boy, cow with, the-112th Infantry* express him- s e l f i n writing to his mother, Mrs. N. J. Chorpenning, now a resident o£ Trout's Crossing, near Mount Pleasant. "\Vlhen the le-tter was written the man was at an outfitting camp The firpnuslutro (iiis Company to Raifit 1 Mate to intUisfriaV Consumers. ' T h e Greensboro Gas company, up- nrating in Washington, Greene, Fay- cite and Westmoreland counties, haa filed wiih the Public Service Commission a new tariff of rates for natural gas sen-ice, effective June 1. The proposed rate is 31c per thousand cubic feet for gas supplied to in-{ dustrial consumers, an advance from 26 and 29 cents. Cross rommiU^cs Will \oi Into (.'oimfrv Ttumirnnv. The tn'ps into tlu: r u r a l d i f - t r i r t s ! which Iiuct boon plannotl l)y inom'pcrE ! of the Rod Cross committee 1 fnr to- i morrow afternoon lo get t h p outlay-! ir.g territory organised for t h e War ; Fund, drive wi3! not I;o made on ;ic- ! 9punf. of tomorrow l:oing .Mother^' Ds.y.j Serriccp are being held in ;iil tlip local L, churches and- it is thought thai the Rcrl Crops workers would not prefer to go ton'OiTow. Tbo rui-ji'. mrrnn^.- w i H I hnv.-rvrr. nr. Sumlay. May I' 1 , bciove t h e drive opens. Purposeful Formula Shirt ITaist Oanrc *Kight. at Jacaues, Kifcr Adv.-- 11-2t. At tlui Sanforrt GOTrecld 16 years .old, o f j Scottdah', Underwent a throat oper: ation at the Cottage State hospital. Eenreco's of that." la not "just ft little Of this and a litUe It was devised with a definite object in rie-w. The object -was to produce a tooth pasta possessing mrdlclnal as well as cleansing properties--a real cleanser tbat could be depended upon to remove tartar and keep mouth and gums healthy. The ideal defined, our laboratories set about to determine te proper combination to produce it. Senreco Is the result. It has been, tried, tested end pronounced good by hundreds ot the profession,. Try a tnbe. -A single tube ·will prove every claim. Will show way thousands today use and demand Sen* reco--and are satisfied with noth- iag less. All druggists and toilet counters. Large 2 oz. tube--25c, / ? lay - Ol th « \ ° ' a L TM ny Boad ! by the audience.. Tic j vte shlngioa . id previously paid 545 ' _ "Neos Hcnne will, restore grey hair I ... -tolts'natuTsfcolor "in" one" application; i w ^ c ,°? . .' The Novesta Shop. U^EasL.Crawfor.d SCh0 °' "T? « nn ^ avenue --4dv --8-6t, ! on o-'* 0 *'* ot ? 100 dDnoiniaatiot-, which Farter Baum,.son. of.Hev..and-ilrs.! bec:;li:ae ot ']?* Iibe f lit 3 r of :h -' audi H 4. BauaVoTDa-wEoa.-has returnea i ence ;, Wtas . afterw ,^ sr1 ° cr ':^ d 5 ? 2; home 'rom Alleghenv college at-Mead- | c:ect ' 5 ' to bu ' a ?15 ,° Llbort y Boud - H I L D R E N . - " \TSRV Trucks Go A COBVOV of 33 War Dep.irtment 'par.yifd · through Ti-niontown { yes'.rrJaj- c;: route, froic. CWcago to an } AttaM.1'.- ;.-jrt fn. coTEUTiand o* Captain.! 'William IT. Bbylar. . of Company A,' Supply Train Re^ment. SENRECO--Cincinnati Nothing is more appreciated by an. Army or Nav; man than a box of caudy. There isn't any better thai Whitman's, so why not include some in the next box yoi send to training camp or overseas? for preserving, purifj ing and beautifying eirl Bewines Vf. li. Tinker. TV. H. Baker and TaeConjplexioa Hands and Hair Especially when preceded by toucliesof Cuticura Ointment to pimples, redness, roughness and dandruff. Per Kunj)[Q each Tree by mull ivd- Bcpt. 7T, Bon'ron.'* Sold iLrauRUom UK-world. Saay 25c OlcOUi-Jit -'5 ac! £0e. , We Have It In All Size Packages. charge cf the I/utliflran church. 119 Sooth I'ltisbitrg 'Street. Both South Pittsburg Street , . i ."ju^r-, ,*»«.' i,*..* ,.t t*u v,u,.iu^iig ^dmij ^r-ir.mute speech bv! awaiting embarkation. He may no4 f./^f" i^'f..; i" 4 .,^ i bc w "» on hi£ wa ^ to the bat;ie lines. ', They had a pleasant -trip from Cam. P - , e a a p n - r p rom he:«rid:. -They were tre by the Red Cross at Richmond ' IG-OOOTaSaeaials frw Hatters Of ««fiircn whofeAre Brine results. Con onlT Ic · word. . Pmniun for CUIdr«R have been the soft and £»·*aw*. MothenvbMtM ibcHctatlM booM for harm I employ no agents or sollcitora Am doing boslness strictly on ray own merits. 18 years practical experience. Motor Funeral Scrrlco If Desired. NIGHT OAJLLS ANSWERED AT OFFICE. "When irregular or delayed use: Triumph Pllla. Safe and always dependable. Nat sold at drug- stores. Do not experiment with other?; save disappointment. Write for "Relief" a n d ' particulars; it's free. Address X ATION - i Ai MEDICAL INSTITUTE, Milwaukee, j Wisconsin. · I PATEONIZE HOME MERCHANTS WHO ADVEETISE IN THIS PAP]

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