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February 25, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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THE DAILY COURTER, CONNELU V1LLE, PA. TUESDAY, FTCBRUARY .HISS M I I . D K I - i.\ V N S BITO.IUS Of .). J). U K Y N O L D S ' \ v M 10/\!!T } v Mctn j n oiii am ol t hu i i o i n h l n c d w i t h | 11 I he nu^e! int', o! ' ; h ( , ' i i he t ' h r i ' O i d e n . \lr* I'e'.er The l-\ t i r u u i y I pa, oiidtx "f ! \kv/.;n f ( H i l l ) w i l l P r . i t o M . i - i l . t h a i ol I ' l - b u u r v Ti (·· ( I n n riuirsd,!;. 11 n C h i n c h , t i n - p r c \ \ i n i » i n u i d c l\n .\vn i-oil.iN !·! li, i' r l o r d w i l l !)·· I a d i - i Tin-, l h e i n i » Hi», r e g u l a r nil (Mini, Thursday n s h t i- "Pi'HiiM'lvii t h e previous mi lUi Musit hi\t: wa« ' T h a i "Victor d e p o r t , n i l l be m- 'onir-fly IHII «n last i h i c h i ntitiiHK'i; o n ,tr.d H h i r h in ' l i n e ---rx'ii lepearixl Dial . i l l mrmboiv, v, lie l i t t h e tie on *ho nuifiipfil \\ re!, hn- t h o ( i n n , ie- l h t a l l , oi DIP ny «on Id l I K n hi Mn-i W e l u i e r a^k.-, 10 line! it possible ' H I K T H H V Y J ' U ' T V m 1 MM! HK'm hlCl-n;!? M i ^ . ) i i r ' i - K i l l r £'avi\ ii c l i i l - ' d i ' - n ' . p i r ! v n d;ui." a p p o i n t m e n t s l a - ? ' niTlv r lu r hornr at S ^ n t h ( A o u - lu in"- ot t l u i i.,h' n an- ' n ^ l l s v i l l i - r m c r - v . i r j i l a i i s h i i ' i . !v--,i ui ^ftine 5 ; and '-[^o-llinE; i r;i!pin. l^atM In orvpd. Th , b i r t t d n v { u . U M - h r i i n,r W I T H .111 ^ M i - , K M l H M - H o l t (n.l"\ ,i h'i i n o c t i n j . i Clu'i Uu-,I iiu-h* it .- b i r t h , Ki ' r e . n ^veni I ' l l H The ll- I l i t ! It 1 1 K i y t - t r - H t r f M i pri/.o on ) c \ " i i n c x v. a'-i ft l u n c h w a s w i t h J l i l l ' v oi \ll rh e h i "1 IIP ^ h i , C h o p t u u t (r t .MI I;TS s i STHI:R noi/r \\u.* hosiers ,u .in i the (iUul-f Rum icr h o m e in Ka'-t members h u l o n " ri v\ xs also ot " .va.s t h e d Ivors in 11, n e x l m e e f l n r w i l l le of Mrti. W. r, ! pe*nnI 9h Commencing Tues, ? Marck I M A T I N E E S W E D N E S D A Y A N D S A T U R D A Y First of the Aeries anicS N I G H T S »0o to $2.50 W E D N E S D A Y MATINEC . . .50c to $1.60 SATURDAY M A T I N E E 50c to $2.00 M a l l Orders Now Send Self Addressed Stnnrped Envelope \ a n u r n wr ft p roily f V. OP F. ",\. Al .VIM I V f l . f , I 1 K K T O N The \Vniv. ( , a ' i i + t - ' Atixil.iu-.v r\ist, \''ti';,ui, wi 1 hoM !'·- Kv'iil T I ! r R S l \ Y t" Waller K. o' Koivipn u niectiiii; at i i i U ' l i i vennic i n l l i o . N . ' i i l i I'llt'jlnitf,' ^ t r o o l . i . ' i i t i r i t i o n of new mi-ni- hc-iv i)»i t h t |irc ,H)L-IH, Air;,. h'lora S i i r p a , «fKt, . i l l oflKO 1 '-. to \voar w h i t e . . \ f i f r i h o hii-.!' e-5- i i u o t u i j ; a sp.r;hotti supjer in t h o u n a p o l l t a n s t y l e will ho A K i r d a f t f m l u n c e i- dosurod. I V K O O J M ; or U I U l , Of i n t e r e s t lwre Mis-, ] r t r u i l ^ Kr- Mr^. l i i i ! , i n !!«·»!! r' ( .C"r^e i l a r k i r \\ IIH li t l p!;n (·(. ,il c h u r c h in I ' M f a m i l y !"trme-rl\ r l i f i " t nioiiis T h ^ t c u i ) ! ) M. HMir . i l c i ' l oi iit '\siu IM; OF KNTI,in;ST K E R K is tho widiUn«: of ·,ry, dunsrhtr-r ·" ot S ' l l t ^ l H i f K . and ·m ol I ' l t U - I H I I ' K . i t i i K ' . i y t t tin iijii. .-bin y Tho H o u r 4 Mtlol in Connoli-. t'.ith' v r, I h o l.uo ,1 was ,'.t nrH 1 , t i m o stipwln tho U 1 rulv^rt Tin PUU-" m i l l ,~i nth f Color i I ' O S I ' I ' O X I M ) T O F 1 M I ) \ Y Thf r o t c u l i i r l n i * l n p - b nicpt ny, of t h e f ' . n l i o l i i - IV.MI; h t o r s o f A m o r i c a w i l l bo p o ^ t p n n i M l f r o m Thurssday evoulns Id Kriduy o v c i i i i i x , Kohruai y -'!, ,il S o'clcM'k in llu t-ocial h a l l of tho im- inaculr.te C.oi.i ,';i(ioti Olnirfh. Th*/ ' h a n g o in d'll ^ liab hi ( n made on acc o u n t of a cr rcl p.irlv which w i l l be MfMd ThursrtU" rroniner C A T H K U I M - : V(» UO1LA CLASS . M K K T S AT H O f l ' M A N H O U F Mr'.. !1. C HofTmaii w a i Siottoss iit t h y rf!;u:ar m e e t i n g of t h e (UUiori^o Von J5ofa f'l; s^ of Uu T r / n H v l . i i t h - f-r:ui ( " h u i c h las! n i g h ! at her h-nn" i n V i n e - , ' t i - i ! A b o u t t i f t ^ o n m e m l M T - ol j h o ( l a - - . . ,f w h i c h Ur. HoO.ni.in u, tcach-or. IM-K p r e s e n t . C l u i h l s w e r e Mrs. Kv.i Ue ichy of Romuvset and Miv. W B. l ttui F e b r u a r y C l u b Friday a K o i i t h H i p h t h ·will bo. hoetc«s at of tho . i f li T r'FtKSKM' FOK M O . V O A V If ( S I C CI/CB SCOrTDAI.ii;, foh :;;,. Tito Monday IV' iisi,- I ' l u i i rnot at Iho Proshy- (orian f ' h n r c h i n s l ovoninj;. ;it i v h i r h limp 'aio'ir n!;:b/ was obsorvo'J All tlw r^ v rso)is tin !ho program wo-rr ciioaU Thr. tirijt i i u i n l w r wa; a qu-] : .' q u a r t i l hv \fm--,os R u t b , White, S U e m p and .1 inch, w i t h \ l o l i n oHigalo bv .Miss A d a C ' n t h c r ' n o M l l i o r and pt.ino accotuianii»oni \i\ MI-.R Margnrw Jano O v o r l y Tho i i nru'ndor'of (ho nr(.p;r;ini wa'-,' Pianu M i l o , U'.dioi X t i l l r c a d t n K . MTM H u f f ni,i;j, pi.uM «ol'«. \?rs J nnici v D i l s v o r i h of ( 'fini)i»ll'-,- ' T o Old Mauls' T I K I Party," VI. \ y . Flornor, Mi -s. Howard \V. ·. WT«. Thoma-i Jones ,uul Mm. i! Wrrrdou of MOUTH P!o*8ant; ; KTOUP of vo-iil nurnbf'ra by M r s . ! IjOckiH of Unlotitovm: ie,iilJni», Mri. ' Atiw(o«j[; piano n n m h o r , MHs f t i l e y . A sot la! h o u r foi!owvj. w i t h .Mrs. ( J F. K"lly as? c h d i i m a n of tho social comn f t t o o nllo.; Mrs. Strmo Cotori't linnift in Sfcrengrthenod by L y d i a E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com- pountl Mission, 7Vx -- "I hav« USTK a good Ira! of your nvcHcino and nh\ iyn (incl it giytsi w mdrrful h 'Ip. 1 wi fooling r* i v, oj»k ;n cl inim^r- ftbit t l m t · had to J;o down rory of- 1 -n ftfid I could 1 a r (j 1 v d o in y hoinowof .. I road i i tlm pi K\r how J y((ia 1 Pink^ t o. p p c women mi h a d o t h o r ho won; Kalnhow ( l u l l A d i n n e r w i l l h KM o'clock ;il tho ho to » O. F. ItPizhty, S u l h Groomvood, by t ' of moir II, U. L. Tiird nnt». Tho H O. L Cai I C l u b w i l l he taiiMxl T l i u i M l u v erlne Ke'te ,u hi ' I I l O l l l f f h t "!' I t , , i n ! .Mn .Vn'h s t r c d i , Ha in bo v\ wi' r l lx % on tor- Cat h- DEATH SUMMONS CHARLES BENK1E, in the some condition .to I aaid will try it for rny»Hf. I urn 'spry mu h better IJOH and I roton-mond thw lodioino, and will answer in tort fnmi w nrnosk- i n j r u b c u i t it " - M i w , ,'. ^V. Ai i H·l l ao^f, 101'i Mtlicr Avenue, Mistdon, Texas. by homo A l l ! in Mrs \V. II. Hetrick.. Ditsinor, 1 - nioo*in'-i g,unt!.s . i f t c r w f u ii a d a i n t y Uov. Dr. !'''!io\\ hit' \v»re ('iijo hi IK It «,t'- mi. s. \. M K . V I t l . K S Ok' 11D1K I'J.ASS S n m ^ l h ' i i s ot! the "in.-suie" of the W o r l d A\',u i a s t o l d to tho mwr.bors of the W. / Hdio Hlbh; CUaBs Ubl i n p h t at a pi o^ram conducti-U I'oliov,- in 1 ^ I h o i ^ L i l a v m o u l l i l y d i n n e r a n d h i t - mow, -.OK .mi. Dr. S. A. K,i.ltx of I ' n l o n t o w n . M-JIO srrvod w i t h U K - S U i h hivi.sion. 1 1 1 atol m a n y episuil'H «\ doughboy 1U · I'nnn an anKle new to n i t i n y of his; hirers. Prcvioui; (o t h u t . i ' k ' h i - hu MIC--', i f t h e ( l a . s u w a s I ' a n s . i f i r d A t l . n u i r v.as s* i u:d at j ' c i o k A very I p a r t y \v,i» home of J J ' e c h i n in blrthdttv. Tarty . ( c l o v o r l v arr hold S' i t u t d , i Ir. itul I n b.= p r v noo oi. Twv-nt -live bur o w n H h l p , present. Tin? ov I ' f M T J ' O N K l ) TO . M i l t C H S \lr . . M i i j J i r . i . - i i t . i r w i l l e n t e r t a i n t h i (JriM' 1 !' w ,xi l'\ui \\ o-rk C"Uil Sa.t- urUi a l K M T o o n , Mii'-ch s. at liev h-nnio in T r u m p i r o n I K . in.^t-iMd of T M a r c h t h e h A ( i i . l V ' i s i- v t h e d a-lWHi Lo noto hour a leiielon*! Mr.s. J o r d a n , iissl and Mr« N Mr. Jon! b i r t h d a y ^ tlie ^ u home* r. u. Tho ropu-lar n AM Society of Rrothron C'hurel day afternoon a ( h u r c h . a i s h t at th" Jordan o! Mr. Jorfl.ia'' ·A era .it darning. At a late imch wtifi fitrve*l by led hy Mrs Thoinan ·ttio Provanoc A f l ^ r n many ninrf 1 h n p p v nt*i r e t u r n e d to t h e i r Id Society. K-tint; of Iho th-o First w i l l Iw h o l d Thnrs- 2 ;!') r.'clocK at tho M)n uv ChnrVfi troulif". Mr Rpnc rillt^ il! S lUirday and o" I 1 son I I't- RETIRED FARMER!MICHAEL PASTOR D!ES;WIREMAJi FORWES"PENN Ch.irlo-i Honkio, 71 yoarp old, for more t h o n '!) }-i»rs a fanner in Dun- di-t*i at at t h « luir Jr., at IHiutor 1: 3fi o'c.lM-k l ·· of lnv [ton, | frurn hnart · -i on )!ong ro.id. Patf'.or. T,0 yc^ar.-i wironuir of Lhi waya Oorttpnn., liiot.' Momlay rit, r hi U a f a r m ?mnr thr- f'onnolls- I I p '.va*. taken i North Blovonth ')lro-t. t h e honi«i i l l H i n t e l)"i amber J i w i f e dlxi i i h D i i t o i g h t i M r . l \ i s t o r W A H h o r n :n on Swjitemlmr 7 18! 0, Ui* y^arb · ki, for 11 AV«u. J e«n Itfiii- at 10: -fl o'clock * ho IT * at 2l$ J f o had tivn j of M daughtor of Mr. . of Grc-enftburi? Urooklyu, N. Y. an event of Mai Gir! is made of tho r-n- ^s V*-atrico Quint, ml i\lrs. Joseph Q u i n t ml A l f r e d Mayor of Th" w m l d l n g will bo ·h '-"· .M:s \ ,1 VHth Mrs. .hu .laiuiM w i l l t h t .1 li [ iiomi-, J i n ; e n t p r t u i n f h c C J n b l-'ridny JCa.sr "KayeUe ('ln)i. The Ka«t Mb r l y Fnncywork Club w i l l meet Tluu day evening at the home o l Mr* A . M . Jacobs a t , Kasl Liberty. M r s . 1C nma !·;. Fry of Greenville, a f o r m e r m e m b e r of the uhib, will be p r o s e t i t uid .vi.shch to K-eo all li. C. C. C(n«H. The i"!. C C. CI.IBK ot th" K i r s t Bap- ·-.' Ch ; r h srill iui et Ki iday n i g h t at :'.( o cloi u la the honao of ilrb. it t'i \V"ll\ir, fiiriici'.u 1 U " P n t t c . / V l l IV H a n d ^' h n ' r, , V I I I V ' to i t t i ri'l. iiin { Inh. -Inri-v 1'ii.rk \vill «nt. Kiu»"i w o r k C l u b W" i a! UK h in South Ar-h ¥.. I h i n n MI)' w«xi-l Me I! »()t Ki i a ' tlt» c Woof. · - of ( n o ("!] i o p a l rinircli Tlu't'o win b w i l l K. ot' T. Tonitrlif. Youghlofjlit-nj Council Xo. 94'^ oi C!o) imbuB, will meet to- HI Iho cUi i rooms in t h o Sladcv in Soi th Wleftdow lane A a t t e n d a n c Is requested af ini- will i w i s . » tr.iuio K-d a t i e r which UK* w i l l p,irtii'i{Kit« lu a \\\l\i iniotlu-r Uuuu l i l,eiis?uc »111 T h p voi v i l.ir m o n t l U v huMiie.'.s and S^DI idl itieeiiiu; yi Mi^ K p s M t r l l i t.oiii;uo vf tho I'V'st M i ' t ' t c d i s t J'AJii.scoiml (.'hiirc-h w i l l ho IK»M toti!,rh' if t h e i h u 1 ch. T ir- lime i ; ^ i clorii. A L;iH)(J ,111 n i l . i r i ' i ' is di* j i r i (!. u o r t a n i buaincf i is to be traiiaacl'j-l. nerenj h-JHorifniore. Announceniei i Is made of tho nmr- riage of Mis^ j lice Berenak and Albert Mortlmore both of Mount, Ploas- s,nt, a( Crroont jurg ycflterday after-' noon. They « H resldo at Mount t'Icvisant, Mr. Vlortimore boing employed at tho ..tandard minos .if ^bo i f . (.,''. I'i-lck Col- · ('ompany. Mr. Morti- inoro is pre.sulr it of the Mount Pleasa n t Voluntoor Pi re Department and ·when ho u r r i v d In town with bia UiBt ovu dtiK i h e y \viro lak rldt ovt · fwi ou the f l i c Tl o t o l l i i w i n p r l i ' l d r r n mrvivc Mrs 1 late G C'liai U j 'i H u r u " and Ivlward iknk!f, Trollas Filbi r t . Cbarl«j f k ' n k i o , . I r , D u n h a r ; ' Paul B o n k i e , Connollfi^lle; Mif« ' Amelia Honki«\ F ' i t t u b u r p ; frod Bcn- ki«, H('atll?, ^S'.'U^h., HIM! Richard Betikio. A k r o n , Ohio. One Btetpr, Mrr.. Matilda Hc-^licnbcrg of Trot tor, and j two brothers, l'"*i f-d lk;nkle of J^eiBon-, riiiK No. .'i and A u g u s t BinKio of G e r - j miiiij*, aad 11 g r a i w i c h i M r p u alw s u r - j antl on of th-o rsi. Aniui Tho fujsornl will * hold Thnreday, a f t o ^ o o n . A brief cci-vlco will be con- at 2 o'clock at t h o home of his Mrs. Resheiibcrf; at Trottor, by a .full otw at 2:30 o'clock at t h e lierman I^irthoran C'hurch in · Connollsville w i t h Jlov. rteorso FVet?,, pasior, otliciatiiiK. I n t f n i i o p t w i l l ho bride (or a truck. ai E. fil e and BniR?n, G, Ecken- roclo ot Mount 'Iwisant and Alfred W. M o r t l m o r and \H-f* M, Beninck, ijot.h of M o u n t Plea ,aiH, woro licence*! to wed H! UrtHMisi urg. Patronize th 3-6 v/ho aclfortlse. B*»th:?2d With led Pimple 9 For Three Years. Healed by Cuticura. " -or three vars I was hothered with haul, red p nples on my fnco atvi iu tli. Thcv itclvt-d and hmned so that I could no ftt-t a good night's ;-.if. [ tn«-l thiicu-nt remedies but only got a ft»\\ di vV rthef and dicn £;ic |ii!^;)l«-,s u n u l - l Ine.ik out .ijjain as b;n! as eve, 1 read an ailver- tist n e n i tor C u n . - u i a Soap and Oinrment and sn-ni for a free sample It t. ivt- MIC u'licf s : 1 purchased more and in alx) 't four weeks the pit · ihM \ \ i - t j . nil tvmf ! W.-IH healed." (Signed) Mul L. Chapman \V»- t 8th St., K 0 :t, \\'yc.minjj I'a , l).-f. 3. 1929. ( ) _ i t K And Sflf Talcum ? r c S«ld evrryv,-he j. Sample each frre. Labrjr«tnnt-», Dnpl. II, MakJcu, MAC* " m*rio In Hill Orovo Comelory in charpe of I'uneral Direclor J. T. liurhaiu; MOTHER OF S. U. MORRIS WES IN BEDFORD COUNTY IV rs. Lrona .Morris Davifi of near Bo ford, m o t h e r of Stanley 1 T . Morris. Weil Penn motormnn of ConnellHVille. die-l thifi irioruins ut 3 40 o'clock at the homo of her d a u K h l ^ r , Mrs. Theo- doie Tow of nt-ar B e d f o r d , with whom «hf had TrHeti v i s i t i n g . Hwl she lived n i r l l July sho would h:ivc» been U3 y-e; i-a old. fine. Davis resided in the okl family ho;nestead In Jledford county, witli her youngest d a u g h t e r , IVIrB. Thorniif- Naster. Sbo "was twice married. Her first huftlxuid, HiRhard. Thomas Morri, dlod moiV t h a n M years) apo nnd her second, Harry IiTii-, ias«xl away 17 y-eare ai;o. Sho )«wf been in poor h«=iHh for some* time. 3eflld«# her son, Stanley U., and two fiaug-hterts, sho ih parvlved by another 601, O. ]* Morris of Greoneburg. They a r j a l l children to Iho ilrijt marriage. Sb(J ia also surviverl by 27 grandchildren and four gmit-jrrandchildren. HavtBg fi-oquontly vialtexl at the homo of her son. Ivero, Mrs. Da- is had a ntmberof. friondti in Connollsvllle, eppeoiaHy in CJrwnwoodi whej* h aoa resides . Dv. Graham Will Talk To Vanderiwll Club Rev. Dr. D. R. Graham. 'iastor of tlie Fir»f Methoriist Episcopal Church oi this c i t y w i l l bo 1ho speaker al an open meeting of the Saturday At- tc-rnoon C l u b ot Vantlerbllt Huturday altprnoon In tho American Lesion r i o m i , at V a n d o r h i l t . A Ethort musical program w ill ha p i - o»eiital. The nwtiiiM: w i l l hoi;ip at " :iO o'clock and w i l l b n O"er by H i r m - r . t h presltli'til , L u n c l i w i l l he Mrs. ll. I). ("aril Tarty, Kdna IlolK»hah l/odsio will hokl a · ml !urtv. T h u r a f l i i y ovcning, Kehru- . 1 - v :.'T. i r o d d l- T -U(iwf Temple South [ utMMirp, rttru- \ d n lesion ") j - - A r t v o r t U ' x v ' :' - "Ut !,- :{ itg« Pa.itor Pa*»tor In adcMtJ* i to his wifo A n n a M lialko ! J n«ir there arc two c h i l d r c a , Margaret H. a id George t ( . Kis iuuUi«r, OHO tiTOLh- r, t!«orf;e. Pa-.lor, anl on' sli.ter, 5V -s. Anna Khrtmi, of ('rrmi»ll.'J i "SDo, at n survive. Mr. Pawt.ji warf a rn^mbo o.f Lcwlgo No 7, .Valiom I "vloviJt Eirot lerliood. Tho f u t u - r a 1 w i l l tx^ hald Thursulay m o r n i n g Tlio cottpge wi moot at tho lato hc»m« at 7.30 o'ch ck. Mas« will be w«lobraUd lit H o'c ock at St. John':, Roman C'aXb'Uc t?h; rch, Wost Sid' 1 , w i t h Ro\ 1'Vihor H Morav«k. posloc, offi'-iittiri^ Int*rnv n t v^fll bo iri.irl«» in Si J o h u ' f l t eBMtor" at Brook- MRS. KATHARINE K3 ILK OFSCOHDALEDIES SCOTTD'U K, FeJ 25.-- .V "B. Kathor- ino Kelkry. 7T; years old, ( ItxJ at her borne al K.G Park a v e n u e 1 tc Monday e v e n i n g Mrd. Kel'O is i irrived ly ber husband, John I) Kol 3y, a eon, J. T. K o l l - y and a d n u g l u r, Mro. M. SimpHon ot Si:ottdale CUM! i l J following brotbxrfi and aistet : ,t. ?. Taylor, Au.stin Taylor and SylveHt r Taylor of Soottdaie, Honry of Keag. ntown and Mrs. J. VV. Suydor of Scott lal-e. Tlio fiineixd ««rvlrp vrill be held at t h e home Thursdav a t 2 : clock, with H"v. George R lliulen, i» ator of the Methodfet Kpisicxjpal Chm :h, offl«lat- inp. Burial w i l l be in Scot dale Cemetery. MISS BEIfTY OTT HOME FROM F« EAST iVtias Betty Scon of T anbar, \rho spent a jear vlsiti'.ij; \ v i t i her sister, Mrs. H. 11. M r K e l l a i of i 'ootseaburg, P h i l i p p i n e J - l a n d i , r e t i -nel home Saturday evening. Miss Si-oU a r r i v e d in w York on I'Vbruary 15 a b o a t d tho I S. H. Cambrai and had vlsit'sd wJth another sis- icr, Mrs. S. O Beebo in iVashing^ton, D. C , for Lhe past woek, r. and Mrs. Beobo aceoinpiinkd her ' ome. Murray Funeral Service Tc morrow The f u n e r a l s e r n r o for Otto Murray w i l l be he! 1 at 2 3i oYI ck Wednesday afternoon at t h e r- sid«uce, 3^8 N'ordi Pitt:,bui-R .street. Her. J. II Ij-unbertrion, imst-ir of t e Melhodiat Protestant Omrrli, will ofliciate, assisted by Ken'. D JO. Mi lerd. Interment w i l l be HI Mount A iburn Cemetery at J H i n b a r , \, itli Km ral Direc'lor J. K. Sims in ch irr,«. HSCHESTER S PILLS ON1* ;RAM. « a r l ufftflAi for IMntn *4 ft rand kod «-. d mcnlJtA with BI Q Ribbon. Ut · of W E A R C L E A N C L O T H E S Pressed 4 I ; I || ! This Price Effective February 24 to 28 Only. PLone Phone 813 W 614 The GOODWIN Co* f in® Cleaners Dyers ConnclIsTille, Pa. ; ! i i Constipated InatMidof hahlt-fonninRpb;iilrH or strntiK, irritotlnir v.i;sftuIf tkk«-KATt7KE8 HMtOOff K) --tiieeofo,(lopendobl». *-M ve«r«t»bl« luxmtive. M1W. *__ dtaitto, plKiuawt--N? --to- / lO' nifht--tomorrow »Wght. * tO-MO(«UW GotuSSobo*. « AUllOHt LoxotliHt MRS. UURA R1TENOUR DIES IN PITTSBtfRG; BORN AT OWENSDALE Ij««,ra ShallonberK«j 39 y«4irs a!J, wife of Gwrpe \V Kitonru.T, n former rosklont ot V«n- (kTbllt. di*vl on Monday afiomoon lit St. Joeoph's Hosf^tlal, Pitteburx, whoro »be luwl Ixxtn a p;uttent tor ;\ woek In an effort to correct an a i l - nvelit wiUi whK'h sSio had Miftored for Mrs. V.!l*noirr was ttn ilaupbter of L,loyl und Mar^aroi Shall^ubergcr, th" latter deooasoiS. Klw »p«nt the greater jxwt of hier life ai VanderMlt, bav- iop; raovod to Uwtt community from Owemedaie whoro ffh« was born nearly W yoars ago. Iti 1WO Rtio rrrarrted G«org« "W Rlteinour of »V'anclorbiH, who and tho following: chiWren ;»iu-viv«: Kugen^, Charles and Kormoth all at homo. Her talbcr, alopmothor and the followmg brotliera and -aitttors also survivo- A.lkMi U., Harry B., Joseph W., and Dorothy SiiaUon border, all ot" Vanler- bilt and M-rs. Hazol Merrit ot Ia.ytau. and Charles If. S)uU5eaberg-«r of Lhvw- aon. 'J'bore will be a short service at tho laio horn* a.t Ult. Mothyl street, Pitts- bung, on Wxiio»day overling at 8 0'c.kv.t. Thtt bcxty will lx broughit to Vandorbllt ai 11:30 o'clock Thursday morning awl will lie in state a.t the Jainos Cochran Memorial Methodist KpiftcopaL Chtirx-h aL VandcrWU t i n U l 2:30 a'clX5k when srncf-s -vsail bo oonUwt«J -srltto Rev. B. E. BTOWTI of tfje Beoc'hvtew MothoH»t ll/uiscopal Church In charge. Interment, will be mado in Dickorson liam Union C5orn.e- tw-y In cti«.i-RO of Immoral Director Cbarjes C. Mitch eM. ThK Rile no UTS inovod to r*!Ushnr.g about riino years ago. SAFE - CONSERVATIVE STRONG" ONE STEP AHEAD When a man moves up or a business expands, il is partly because the man or the business knows how to use CAPITAL. An account with Connellsville's Oldest Bank v i l l aid you to accumulate the Capita , and the bank's counsel will prove K'lpful in its use. While accumulating, the money will earn 4 ·'». interest. R esources Exceeding $3,300,000.00 OLDEST BANK IN [ CONNELLSVtLLE ECO^IID N ATI O N AIL IB AN IK Ge*n?e \V, Hay Dies. G-eorgo W. Hay, 75 years old, died Suhday mornnig at the homo of lite son, William H. Hay of Joffereori township, Somerset county. Ho is survived by a bon, William il. Hay, a daughter, Mrs. J2. G. Walker of Hock wood, and ( w o sihferri, Mrs. Hairy H o f f m a n ot SotiKM-sel and Mr«i. W i l l i a m Homer ot M o u n t 1'leanaut. The. funeral tsevvico was held t h i n monihuj al. 10- 30 o'clock at the T/avansviUo Itetorinod C h u r c h . Interment was in the church cemetery. Mrs. Jsuac t'rojp GrnndmoHier. Mr. and Mrs. \,. C. U u r u j i u r l of U n i o a L o w n are announcing the b i r t h of a son t i p p i n g t h e scales at eight and otie-'fourth p o u n d s Monday at the Unloutown Hostiital. The now arrival iri the t h i r d c h i l d and (he f i f h t son in the f i i m i l y . Tho habe IK a n e p h e w ol' ftlvr.. tsaac Cropii of t h i B city. .!»').. Morrison's Funenil. The f u n e r a l service ior Mrs. Snrnh K e m p Morrison, SS years old, who died al the- Somers-et County Hocpiial, \\a.- held Momlay aft-evnoou at the. home *o£ ber brothel), R i c h a r d Kemp of Aley- o-rdak 1 -. Sh-e la also survived by yn? stater, Mrs. John Slicor of Meyerdale. WILLIAM MARKS DIES AT ACME; VETERAN OF GO'S ar md He nine- William Marks, S4 years old, died this momins a.1 his tome nc;ir At-HK 1 of IrUirmitios of a«o H* was a YM- eran of the Civil V ar He is snr- vivwi by his w i f e children, The f u n e r a l -will o'rJot-k al the homo, I'aiirviow Uburch i ear K6ck»butrK, Burial wili bo in (ho ivocksburg Cemetery, with Knneral l/Jrecor O. H. Brooka of tiulian JIf,id in «· Friday at 10 with a .sorvnoe at IlesuHf I Sure. ! Whfn yv i use Ads. In Th© Daily Courier, is small, rfsniKs aur.' big. Claw tried cost a »th«r. Ut · of r^or w Xrnj?«1«t. AiVforCS UOHES-TttK f* D I A Q O N O UU.VNJ FIJU.A. for t, Aiwiy« Rdi«t»Ve EVERYWttEfifi In Essay Contest. Miss Tbetka Trent ot Somerset has beeu placed flrsi in t h e Bomerset High School's a n n u a l t -iisay cout-est and w i l l represent (.he Somerset · An Allcock TonigKt RELIEF FROM PAIN and Soreness t( morrow! Only Cost a Quarter T h e p o p u l a r i t y of Allcocl 's Porous Plasters grows with the years. The origina ofaiiporousplast- crs, their wonderful f ain-relieving properties have made them the favorite of millions.whensee kins; relief from muscular stiff ness, chest co'ds, soreness, sprains and lameness. Jus. rut an Allcock Porous Plaster to he size and shape required and apply it to the sore spots. Watch how the pen- tr-iting medication beems to draw the anieiit-ss and soreness right out. You' 1 surely be amazed. Odorless--you can put one on and f;o anywhere. The medication lasts for days. Plenty of imiti ore of Allcock Horoua Plasters bin none so go K). 15c sure la asl lor INSURANCE Ts as ossontial to the safe and economical operation of your Automobile as the proper grade of Gas and Oil. Our Insurance oov- pragc is of Uie hifihost quality and o u r Companies ,s;)fe, strong, liberal and prompt in K c 11 } c w c n (. of claims. FAYETTE REALTY CO. T. J). 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