The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on June 4, 1918 · Page 8
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, June 4, 1918
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PAGE EIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER, COTOTELLSVILIJE. PA. TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 1918. ' The Y. L. club will give a dance to- | Mrs. J. D. Percy nf West Peach street tonight in Maddas ball. West Side. Klferle's orchestra will play and a delightful evening is assured all attend. ·who yesterday afternoon. Last night she left for Camp Lee. Petersburg, Va., to see her husband, who expects to leave soon for fluty overseas. Mrs. TViicox was formerly Miss Anna Hill- Association , iard. [National Crop improvement Servtc*: 1 Every Spring and Summer W^ Lay in a New Supply of Swatters and Chase the Pesky Fly, But Here Is a Better Way *Th« "Woman's Benefit of -the Maccabees will meet Tonight ! Did you know that mine is the larg- . In Maccabee hall. ' est and oldest exclusive tailoring es- -- ! tablisbment in the coke region ? 'Miss Fidelis Donnelly daughter of , Dave Cohen, Tailor.--Adv. r-^ OJiEBODT has left the screen door opon tinil the dining-room Is full of Mr and Mrs T L. Dornelly of Brook-' Mrs F. C. Rose and daughter. Miss ^ flies. We have just finished papering with n delicate peach-blow Blousom vafie and Fred H. Harmening. were ' Catherine, of North Pittsburg street t ~~ r on n crenm background. With folded newspapers and wire spankers wo Quietly married last evening at 7 , returned home yesterday from a visit i have smashed nnd goo/led thoso flies all over the new wallpaper w«nout add- JSock S 'heir new home in Graham i in Pittsburg. | ing to the artistic and sanitary effect. It !« hard to get all the flies In nnj avenue. Vest Side Rev. M. Tusek Mrs. D. G. Wagner and daughter,, such manner. They will hldo until you are tired and then they will come on' officiated The bridegroom is one of ' Mildred, of the West Side, are spend- ' and light on yonr bald head. . ,, . , . . ,, « Offic,ateu. Dride 0 roon^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^_ { ^^ ^ n ^^ slmp) , without fn!L On engaged in er Mrs Joseph Holt of Cumberland. « plate or saucer mix 10 parts of formaldehyde In 90 pnrts of water and 2 vford avenue , Send '.be Daily Courier to your boy ! P^ts of sugar. Place a sponge la the solution to retail evaporation Thli) for some years pa*. .His bride i, : in the army. Call at the Courier of- ;ni«ure _^ll attract flies, wild, die almost ^TM«^\"*TM_^^l widely and favorably known. Follow- j See and leave his address. Rate 50= , -inj the 5 ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Har-| per month.--Adv. jaenias left for a wedding trip to the Mrs. Charles Iser and daughter, bridegroom's lormer home in De-| Alice, of West Virginia, spent a f e w j p ,. CMBT fiVCC fET MORi? fiance, O. From there they will go to \ days with the former's sister, ivlrs. D. 1 1 . U. tdili lAJ I EiJ ufil HlvAJl Chicago and Atlantic City. j G. "Wagner of the West Side. ! I ---· Mrs. John Bierer will return to , Salaries of Clerics and Carriers In- \ Of Jletliodisl Trim-stanl Church Durt- £ree flles In a higlily satisfactory manner. Simple and very chi-no. SECOND HONOR ROLL --Rose Day will be observed Saturday Camp Lee. Petersburg, Va., where her ' craisi-d $2WJ I'er Tear. jay-the Woman's Suffrage association husband is statioi.ed, after visiting I jjy an agreement reached itt Con- »nd the War Victory commission of the i friends here and in Uniontown, : ··- ..-..- * gress on the postoff'.ce appropriation IcnU-tl Sunday. The second honor l o l l of Lhe Methodist Protestant church and a service flug, ware dedicated Sunday evening. On the roll are tile following Dames: ypman's Culture club. The object is I G. II. Herpick of Indianapolis. Ind., j D ni. postal employes w i l l receive an to", raise funds to he used towards j who has been visiting h i j brother, J . j increase of ?200 in anuaai saJanes. _ _ _ ,, _ _ _ _ ._ = , the building of furlough houses for j M. Herpick and family oC East Craw- , This increase will take in clerks, car- I Captain Emory Hantln, Franc* the American soldiers in France. The ] ford avenue, since Saturday, ba-i re- j riers and supervisory employes up to | Lieutenant J. C. Mlnurd, France, Ser- TPar Victory Commission cotres under · t'.r.^-.-cl home. i those receiving ?2,200. Beyond that grant Charles A. McCormick, France; ifie juridsiction of the War Depart- Mrs. Joseph Dixon of East Craw- ' supervisory employes will get an Snent and the money reali'.cd from ^forrt avfnue, is spending fhe day with | crease or five per cent. Clerks and Corporal Howard R. Sechrisi, France: i Corporal Paul V/. Kilpalrii-k, Camp j ^ tie sale of. roses will be sen 1 , to pay- her son, Joseph Dixon. a student at the i carriers will also get a compensatory | Lee; Corporal Melvm E. Fuller, niond Fosoick, supervisor of recrea- · University of West Virginia, Morgan- ! time for overtime, if tbiy so rtesirp, i France; Edgar E. Jones, Blackpool, Son work for the solditrs. The ; town. ; or tBe y may take additional salaiy England; Sanford M. Inks, France; women's clubs have pledegd $2,000,Th? condition of Thelma Elizabeth , f o r SU ch time. .Robert Kelter, Italics. Elmer Cam-p- 000 towards the fund and t he allot- ' Sheering, the five-year-old daughter) Rural carriers will receive increas- j er. France; Jobn E. Kaufman, France; inent of the Woinan's Culture club is | °f v ' r - an ^ Mrs. Walter Sheering, who ; es of ?2-t on each mile traveled over j Frank Freeman. Franco; Thomas WU$100. Ros~5 will he on sale at differ- ' nas b een dangerously ill for the past I 24 miles on a standard route, the sol- j lioms, France; Ra/ !. iinnkias, ent places in the city and the women ! lwo weeks at her home in West Gib- ; ary for such now bctng Jl.JOO. Those I Prance; Ralph Kcsslar, honoi-ably dus- !n:charge hope to realize (juite a nice son avenue. South Connellsville, is ! traveling 50 miles and ojerating mo- | charged; Jesse ElBgar, Franco: Al' ! tor routes will be granted increased . ion Monroe Manecta, Prance; Ciur- improved. Joseph Hiid has returned to Cum- i companiaticn in the discretion of the berland after spending Suniiay at his j Postoffice liepartment. the regular meelinp of t h e , Joung Ladies' Sodalitj? l.e'.d Sun- ''ome here. 4»y afternoon Miss N^lle Brennaa I JIrs - A - .N'oschrsc and ^ v ar*s elected prefect and Miss Kath- | Jtartucci. have returned from j ajrtne McKevitt. secretary. The other'"* fifflc'ers will be appointed by the prefect. -Athens temple, .Vo. SO, Pythian Sis- fers, will meet tonight at 7.30 o'clock fa-Odd yellows' hall. ·^vThe H. O. class of the United Brethren Sunday school will meet tonight at-the-home of-Mrs. Homer Blackburn in Witter avenue. It is a called met. Camp I,ee,' H-liere they visited Mrs. i Noschese's son, Albert, They v-ere also at Richmond where Albert took part in a Memorial Day parade. once W. Coawa.y, Prar.ce; Robert Mc- CHntock, Franco: Eerott Lambertson. Pranci 1 ; William L. Ball, France !L F. Bryncr. Caiup Lee; I-ivanb L. Harnhart, Prance; Charles Leroy Uar- ford, France; Robert Swaltop, Cainp draftee, i Graduates Will Ileceite Diplotnjis at i_ oe Jau'.os IU3rj- Lamberuon, PERRY COMMENCEMENT PASTOR SURPRISED the rnnl«ir A surprise birthday party was given Ing and all members are urged to a t - 1 i n h °"or of the 77th anniversary o f ' fi usse il BroiraeHer, Martha Buiter- j Ariz.; Prank McClelland tend. R tv - W. H. McJ\H-fen. pastor of the| r o o r 0 v v) th ,,] Copc David Jones, Hazel I route to Franc.:; Ixiuis Gleason TJ r _ , ^ _ ,,, _ , , _ . M e - : Grouse, Camp Lee; Mi'.tor. K. Ett-rdsos Tonifffat. France; William Addis, Fort Thomas. Commoru,emenc exercises at Perry! Ky.; Cynis Foster Critclvficltl, Ne«- opolis will be held this evening at , port Ne^-s, Va.; John Heuei Smith, S.30 o clock. The sermon 10 the clasa [Dallas, Tex,. Frank. C. Riciitur, Port was delivered by Rev. J. W. "SVharton · OmaLia, N«-b.; Alfred Hankins, Camp Oi the Christian church Sunday. There ' Lo« f Joseph C Uickey, France; Ed- was special music by the choir and a gar E. Stohle, f'"ra'ice; Jiiwts L. solo by Misa Mayrae Ruth Shalloa* Hardin, France; Clyde K. McLaugh- bcrger. Ur., J-Vaiice; David Piukucy. Camp The graduates are Marie Bendo, Lto; William Kay liar 1 .. Douglas, ._, The joint meeting o" the C. TV. B. M. auxiliary ar.d the Martha .Norton Bible class of the Christian church will be fceld Thursday afternoon, June lu, at the home of Mrs. Agneb Miller and j iTrs. I. V. Itouzer, instead of Thursday ilternooa, June 6, as pnviously aa- .nouucad. Members of the "\Villiam F. Kurtz Post, Mo. 104, Grand Army of the He- First Baptist chur.h at Dunbar last j ljVncn " O live McMillen Jennie night. The party was hold in the parsonage. Among the f»G guests there were several out of town people. Rev. Mc| Klvcen was printed with a purse oC arc jospphino Carr, Eioan'or Kn .$40. Piano solos were rradercd by | xcllie Cope and Lester Lowthcr. John Swrgarr. The parsonage was JUNIORS RAISE FUND Millen, Mabel McWillinms Isabelle awaiting orders; Svrguml David K. i Quinn and Frances Si;-,loy. Four other King, France, Joseph C. Whittaker, members who completed the ?,-ork i I'amp Forrest. Ga.; Heiniau K, --Vd- are rertainms for a fourth year. They i ams. Camp L^e; fiobert .N'ewell, c.imp Gold Bond Stamps Pay 4% On What You Spend--Save Them. SUMMER DRESSES for All Occasions A Host of Pretty Models Featured at $4.50, $7.50, $10, $15, $19.75 to $35. With this first real summer month comes a splendid display of these filmy dresses that are so much a part of every woman's summer wardrobe. These light, airy frocks are in new models and include all sizes for women and misses. Organdy Voile Batiste Lawn Gingham Silk From these are they fashioned--and right smartly too. Choice may be had of white, pink, peach, tan. and rose in solid shades, while the same shades along with many others, are used in attractive combinations. The voiles, for instance, are plain, figured or embroidered and the prettiest of new gingham models may be had in stripes, checks or plain. Cat-Price Sale of Coats, Suits, Dresses One lot Suits to $39.75 Values One lot Suits to $49,75 Values . $28.50 . $38.50 One lot Dresses to $22,50 Values One lot Dresses to $32^0 Values $ l o r* f \ 18.50 One lot COATS, values to $39.75, Choice $28.50 One lot COATS, values to $49.7!), Choice $38.50 A Fashionable Woman knows that her figure is made with her corset. She may have beautiful, natural lines from the artist's point of view, but she knows that her form must be modeled by the corset in order to have the contour which is necessary for her fashionable dress. Redfern Corsets represent the best there is in corset designing and making. Every part o£ th figure in a. Redfern Model is relaxed. The corset, is scientificaily boned with flexible boning, and put together so accurately that it cannot fail to St comfortably if the proper model is selected. Hedfern Corsets are not expensive--they parallel the highest priced corsets in style and beauty at much lower prices. $3.50 to $6.50. public, 8, in Saturday, JUDG office oC Comoiunder \V. P. decorated pa : llowCTS. Lee; George Ricaccr. France; iictirover. France. IVel) Known Woman Hurt. Clark. At 2 -o'clock they will leave on the street-car for the lome of Gu B. Sha-pr, 127 Tenth stree-, VTest Side, -whertrthey vrill celebrate the 78th " of their co"irad(, William IL .Mrs. John Kellcy is entertaining the Greo-jv.-ood Fancy-work club tMr, afternoon at her home in Isabella read. PERSONAL "Mrs. George ilalloy and son, Law- MECTEXA-VT THOMAS H O M K OX PC1CLOUGU. ,, Liieutenaiit John Thomas, son of Miss^Jane E.^eonard^ preceptress j Third Ward fliildieii Give Sfi.SO f o r ' R. j. Thomas of East Green street. the lieu ( ross. , iS homo on ,t 10-tiay f u r l o u g h ' from . At a gathering at Uie h r m e of little i C a n p Di\. Wri^htsUnvn, X. J., where Miss Anna B. Artis, 51-1 Mnrphy ave-| be has been statinne-1 for the past nue, last evening, seven Junior Red · months. Lieutenant Thomas is u sur- of the Indian,! State Normal, who was seriously injurr-d when she slipped on a banana peel and fell on the pavement at Indiana, is well k n o w n ' i , . among the lud.ana normal sturtenta Oross m( , mbcrs conlribuie.1 a total of | B eor. m the veterinarian department here and is lamiliarly known to S6 . so tol , hf . Rcd Cros£ aud . M ^ '· thousands of Westr-rn Pennsylvania tllraed R over to Mrs . Ix , ulsc Ecy . , mnnii/j,; D f l y rr.l; nr men and women as Aunt Jane I.oo- , nolda al Rcd CrOnfi neadquart( . rs . I WUKiTli) rLAY llAVUt r..-irrt. Site ,s in the Ind:ana hosplla! · The c , )n trihutors were: Anna B. i .f.r trratmt-rl of a hrokrn h],. Miss I Artts A(teb elle Artta, Alice Mae "VVil- I They Xearl) Wlp out Tviriibhiii Man's Leornrrl ha? been ronncc-ied with the Iiam5| Thc!n , a o'Donnell. Jennie Tuiiiato and Corn Crops. Indiana Normal for the past 42 years. , Pran Btssio Pl Penn and I/.llian Mart. Supply CuuimiHoc Uoels. The supply committee of the Dunbar township school board met Satur- ASHE ON CAROLINA? rc'nce, and daughter. Mrs. aftrr-ncon at the Smith house to I Brother of r,o«il School .Him Possibly «ponan of Mount Savaj e. Md., were receive bids for supplies for lhi en- ' on Torpedoed "Uncr. called here by the death of Mrs. Mai-i SU1R S u r m - Tht ' contracts will b e , -yr. F. Ashe, brother of Stanley P. ley's brother, Walter Dull. I awarded at the regular meeting to be | A S he, superintendent of schools of 'Mrs. Charles C. Alter has r e t u r n e d ' h e l d Saturday afternoon, to her hoine at West Xewton after a i -v{sit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ' First JaBffh»-r Uoni. I ? J." Smith ot Ninth street, Greou- w'cbd. A small black and gold worm has p l a y i n g havoc with crops at the home of Henry Barley in Connellsville township. About ^50 tomato has been similar!} damng*d. Mr. Balaley is soek:ng to indeiitlfy the insect.. It is described as ConnoUsvillc, may have been aboard ' a gold head and (nil w i t h gold stripes the l m r Carolina, torpedoed off the along the sirto, (ho remainder of the j eoa sl o! the United States by a Gcr- A baby girl, the first child, was born man s-ibmarine. Mr. Ashe was body being black. ( · » t the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. P.'Cuba and is believed to have left on a The best - place to siiop after all.. Shupo of South ConnellsviUe. Sunday ' liner due in New York Sunday, nrosvnell Shoe Co.-Ad-.-. ; evening. Mrs. Shupe was ft rmarly i Superintendent Ashe has had no I .Jlcs. -Jack "\Vilcox o! Morgantown! Miss Kuby Conlej, daughter 3f Rev. word, however, to indicate that Ills ' ·[· was-a guest at the hone of Mr. aud ' \". F. C'onley of Soutli Counellhvllle. BUYS MOTOR HEARSE brother wa^ on the Carolina. E MTS THE Sdldcr Hits One of l-'inpst Xa- cliincs in Country. Funeral Directc r J. L. Stador has purchased one of the handsomest tor hearses in \Vislern Pennsylvania. The aew rar, which arrived here Saturday nig.'u. is, .i silver gray with gold triminings. It is about It) feet long aud has a Cunningham body on a Peerleis chassis. BLOMS I'WOM llJil), Uut ",!o" (iubritdit Has 'ot .Much Hurt Hi} Aetna Kxplosiion. W. J. Gobright, a former resident al Connelloville, and at one timo bookkeeper at The Courier, is spending a few days with friends here. "Jo" was employed at the Aetna Chemical plaut at Oakdale, but wai. not on duty at the time of the recent explosion, working on another snift. However, he felt the effects oC it. His I boarding bouse being only a short dis- | rancc from fhe plant lie was blown from his bed by the force of the ux- , plosion. MANY CAR THEFTS CHARGED TO MOUNT PLEASANT YOUTH Saifl Tfilllam Uuffman r/oofewed to Dispo^ng of Them Through Garapo Jtan, Special to The Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, Jun 4.--tn the arrest of William H-uS'ujan, alleged automobile thief, who was taken to York county Saturday to answer to lliy charge o£ stealing a car, Lhe offi- cors bdievo they have gotten a man whose operations have hi-en carried on in various parts of the country. It LS sa4d 1 luff man is wanted in Chicago for a similar offense. Before being taken away Huffman is said to have confessed to Chief of Police Rofcerl Smith tfcai he worked in conjunction with one Ralph Brmdie. Cars stolen by Huffman were soW to BrmdJe at a nominal sura, and by Bri:idle sposed of Tor a fraction o£ irtiat a car would ordinarily cost. Brmdlc formerly operated a garage here. Huffman will DC tried at York for ' t h p theft of a Ford car belonging to C. J. Rcnze! of N5ount Wolf. Kenzel came along with the chief of police and another officer from York, and identified the stolen car. The officers told the local ptMce thai Huffman is reganlerl as pne of the smoothest thieves abroad. The youug man formerly was employed here. \0 ADT.U»CE U PBICE A S T H M A A There i* no "cure 1 * but reKef ie often. A brought by-- ficKsmEomj^ 2Sc--iOo--?LOO "BETTER EVERY WAY; HE SAYS Smclfw-er in Mint Was Too BUST Making SUwr Dollars to Goaid Hcaltlu Tlhcs ©rfaaa Mesupsp JUMi KKLD. ·j Will lleccirc I)cg]-ic. ' Among those who will receive degrees at the commencement at West i Virginia university at Morgantown, ! June 7, is Raymond Watsor. Ward oX i Connellsville. Red Cross KxecutiTC ^feeling. The bureau or directors and officials or the Payette county chapter met in LTnioiuown this afternoon at 2.30 o'clock. Buys Jiw Car. H. C. Frisbeo went to Pittsbur. Lerriay and drove home in his new five-passenger Buick sedan. AVunt Help? Then use our classified column, suits Trill follow. Re- IiiUresting Talks Xiwlp nt Mffltlng ol Tandrrbill Chib. The June reception of the Saturday Aftor.nooD club of Vanderbilt was held Saturday afternoon at he home of Mrs. J. W. Gween at that place, A I very pleasant afternoon was spent and a very instructive program was given, which was as follows: Paper, Mrs. G. M. Strickler: piano solo, Mrs. 1. Earle Roberts; paper, -Mrs. G. B. Rc-berts; vocal solo, Mrs. James Laujrlirey; four-minute talk, .Mrs. S. W. D u n n ; paper, Mrs. Elizabeth Hazleu; piano solo. Miss .Mayme Ruth ShaHenbergor; talk, .Mrs,. H. D. Shallenberger. A farewell talk was given by '.he retiring president, Elsie Edwards, and '-he now president. Mrs. S. "W". Dunn, made a few remarks. Sow Lontcd at. Itoanoke, Vfl, Stuar'. B Marshall, for many years manager of the Dunbar Furnace company and of the American Manganese Manufacturing company at Dunbar, and mole recently general superintendent of the Tallassee Power company, Uie properties of the Aluminum Company of America, at Eadin, N. C., has located at Roanoke, Va., as c-onsulting engineer chemist and metallurgist Mr, Marshall is a grad- uaie o£ Ore Virginia Military Institute, from which he received the honorary degree ol M. 3. in 1915. .MRS. CATHERINE SCQTTDALE, June 4.--Mrs. Catherine \Vcibel, 82 years oW, a former resident of this place, died Sunday al Greensburg. The remains were brought to J. I. Murphy's undertaking rooms and fnneral services were held yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The deceased leaves two brothers, Noah and Robert Hixon, of Scottdale, and one sister, Mrs. Irwin King, of Cunningham Bridge. WALTHH DKLL. The fune.-al ot Walter Dull TTJH take place tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock from the family residence in South Cottage avenue. Interment m Chestnut Hi:l cemetery, CATliBRIXB BDBO. Catherine Sdbo, one-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sanwel Ettbo, died yesterday at the family residence on the corner of Crawford avenue and Nor'Ji Third street, West Side. HOGER J. BUTTERiTORE. Th* body of. Roger J. Buttermore, the Baltimore Ohio railroad brakeman, who was killed at .New Castle, arrived here this afternoon and was removed by Funeral Director Charles C. Mitchell to tne residence of a sister of the young man. Mrs. Elmer E. Bierer m North TwelltJi street, M'esl Side. Z'roiice of funerai later. GET A COfY. First National's Monthly Tmde Review is Heady. Every business man wiio wishes to keep posted on -what is taking place should read it, for the facts und figures it gives about conditions in all lines are of vital importance. It's P1U3E. Send your address to The First National Bank, Gonneilsville.-- Adv. "I guess I was too busy making silver dollars for Uncle Sam to watch my health,'' said H. B. Thomas, of 23*5 Nrehoias street, Philadelphia, a smelterer in the United States Mint, recently. "I have been an athlete for a good many years, playing football, baseball and baskettall," be continued, "and J thought I was as immune as a fellow could got from a breakdown. "I didn't think much about my health. As a result, I became nervous and all run-down. "I grew tired at tie least eiertion and I realized 1 had lost some o£ my strength and buoyancy. I lacked ambition, and kind of pulled myself trough t!ie day. "I knew I needed a good tonic and buj)der, so when a friend told me about the way this Taalac helped Mm. I decided to try it myself. I begau using TanJac and am now taking it "I teel better in every way. I sleep well and feel rested and ready [or work iu the morning, i eat well and my food seems to thoroughly agree with me. That tired kind of a" feeling has disappeared, and I feel as good and as bright as a brand new silver dollar." Tan tec, the Master Medicine, is now sold here by the ConneilsviJle Drug Co. Tanlac can also be secured in Dunbar at D. C. Eason's Drag Store.--Adv. M»j Ho( XonUi. According to figures compiled at the West Penn offices here. May of this year was a much hotter montti than May in 1317. The average maiimum temperature this year was S1.2 as compared with only 6S.4 Jov May i:i 1917. The mir.iinutn figures show that tile average for cool day* was 59,7 this year and 48.5 in l!U7. The mean figure for this year was 70.5 and for 3017, 5S.5. Try our" classified advertisements. When Ion Want Anything Advertise in our Classified Colosin, Stork Lcaevcs The stork visited the home of .Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Carroll in South Second street yesterday afternoon and left a daughter. The family is now composed of two girls. Mrs. Cairoll was formerly Miss Olive DeYoe. Owed Their Robnst Health To Tonics Taken When The Vitality Was At Its Lowest Ebb. Tolls Over Cliff. Aflam Wheeler, 32 years old, of Pomeroy, Greene county, was killed j Sunday by falling over a 60-foot cliff , near his home across the river from i Point Marion. His back was broken. His wife and two children survive. Injn, Nux Vomica and Gentian oombinod with other inodicinca u fowjd in Dr. Chase'k Blood and Nerve Tablet* ir.akoaporfcct Tome, ** they UEsist nature in replacing tie Iron, etc. that has been Y,-ora out by overwork, worry or diaeaic. The tonic propcrtii-j of Dr. Cbsac'B Blood and }*erveTablets prodac"H worx'.erfcl effect in CUMI, where the blood 13 thin nndwutery and when you feel tir«d, noafc and i mi do-jn or nervous. Ecb dooe mtans more vim, \ itali'.y and utrcngth. DR. CHASE'S BIoodSBJNerve Tablets Weigrli Yourself Before Talcing Price CO cents. Special StrenctU 90 cents. United Medial* Co.. 22i N'. 10th Su, PhiI*ieJpirt. P«.

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