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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, February 25, 1930
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.'AGE SI"X. THE DAILY COURIER," CONNBL isVTLLE, PA. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2". P E R S O N A L M E N T I O N ^r^f-b M r e . Karl U. Hmtw and son, Karl n. Jr., and L e o n a r d , of Grovo City \v re KtK»3t,i ol Mrs. Ilr-un-pr's sister. Mrs. A J. Coltxrn of Poplar (Jrovo o\er S u n d a y Mrs Hruner husbciml K sup-r i intomU-'it of the G-oorge Junior K r - p u b l i r at (!i ive City. Blur Seal ("Me-ui^r. best cleaner Bold Krlward F5a"r, g e n e r a l hardware, 518 \VVst Crawford avenue--Advertise- t n o n t --15 tfb-S -tod. Mr. and Mrs J K. Henry and son, Jim my, of Pit sburp. were guests of Mr and Mrs. dareuce A Port ok East Cedar uvonue Sunday. Bingn p a r t y , Women's Betipflt Association, Pythian Hall, Tuesday evening, Fobru.u , i!o, at 8:30 P. M. Kvi'rvbody ln\ itod.---Advertisement.-- 2lfeb-;H. Mrs D n. Woodward of South Ninth street, Groetiv ood, is serving as a juror in Union own this week. Baked ham supper, Saint AloyM-UB Church, iVunlw.r. Wednesday owning, February 26. Hours 5 to 8. Price 73 conts.--Advrrt'sonvent --24feb-2t. Mr. and Mr-;. J. W. Goldsmith of West Crawford avemwj were guests ot t-nsir son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Julian F. Rosenibaum of Uu- iontown, on Sunday. Bridge, "500' and bin-go, Immaculate Conception Soi ml Hall, Thursday evening, February 27. Prizes on display in Conm llsvillo Drug Company window.--Advt rttsomont.--2-5fob-lt. Mrs. C. Hoy Hetzet of West Cedar avenue h;us returned home from H u n t - jn^ton. AV. Va , where she was the guest of her s ster, Mrs. Bva Bamaoy. Creamed chirken and biscuit dinner, beginning at t t : 3 0 o'clock, at First Huptist Church Thursday. Advertise- ment.--25£cb-lr. Mr. and Mrs Kdgar MeGeo and children oC Scott chile woro week-end guosts of Mr. Mc % O««'s parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Me* See pf Uniontown. Miss Dora S roiiu of Dunbar was the guest of Mrs. Frank Pack of. Uniontown over the week-end. Mr. and M r , G r a n t Myers of Kast Crawford avoi ue vi.sited Mrs. Amanda lohnsou of Viitontown Sunday. Mrs. Sarah \Ior-ey it N o r t h Cottag-e avenue, is i i ov clerk in tho !idie«' ready-to-wear department at Nelson's ylore. Mrs M. D Brooks and Henry Kcw-^r of Piitsburc; were Kiiests of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. 1C. Kooser of the SpringlieUl piko on Sunday. Mr«. Eva Ilcachy of Somerset is t h r Riiest of Dr. a i d Mrs II C. Hoffman of Vine street. Dr. Hoffman is a coueiti of Mrs. lU'.ichy. Mr. ami M r f . S. U. Morris and son, Stanley, Jr., of South E i g h t h utrect, lreonwood. v,-re aillod to B«lford county, near Lcdtord, t h i n m o r n i n g by tho rleflth of Mr. Morrit,' mother, Mrs 1.00nu Minis Davis. Mr. and MfK Charles Opperman and son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs A. J. Oppermi n ami d a u g h t e r , Mrs. V.illuim S l i u e n h o p of U n i o n t o w n , James R. Clifford of UrowiwviUe, Mt«» Anna Cllffoul of Wc^t Gibson Mrs C i ( h p r l n McDade, Charles Miller anl Mi^i-s I r - n c and P a t r u i a Miller. all of t h i s o.rr, wro called 'o Hazel- woo.! by tho death of Mrs A n n a Haftey. Mrs. Carl H HtMibaiim of I'niontown in visit ng hei parents, Mr. ami Mr*. Sigmuml Flor.hcim of Now York. Mr. Uosonbauni a (ompanled hiK \sifr to Nesv York, in w h i c h c i t y ho bought more-hand 1*0 for t h e Kosfriilxium Brothers store in l/montou n. Marjorlf I.e. S w a n , who has been ill at tho i K i i n e oi dpi 1 p r a n r t r n n t h p r , Mrs. K l l a rfullv. aKon of J e t r e i s o n r.treot, was a ile to bo up today for the (ifU time. Uso our oKuslficd nivortisementa. Aunt Het » V ItOBlCU "Next to a new baby, there a'n't nothin' in this world more help.ess than a spoiled husband." WHEN A CHILD 15 FEVERISH, CROSS,UPSET HAITIAN RULE IS OVERTHROWN BY UPRISING ItcvoJt Against President Vns- quez lleportt'd Spreading- ThrougJi Island. WIRE SERVICE AT STANDSTILL fiv IJARin FRANTE I'nited 1'retw St" ff Corrobpondent. J'OKT AT IMUNCii. Haiti, Fob. 25 -- An insurrection of serious propor lions has upset tti ^ a d m i n i s t r a t i o n of Pre-sidont Horacio Vawjue/. of tin- dominioaii republi · and is sweeping through th-e coun ry, according to meager informal! n t e a c h i n g hero through strict CCMI otslui) todav Teleprainj, i!:ho tcxl t h a t the relioh. have SCJ/.MJ the foi ' and iiohoe staUon at Haivtiajro do I, « C,iba!k x ros. th i principal town in tobacco chstrifl MRS. ANNA HAFFEY DIES AT HAZELWOOD Mr«. Anno. Haffey, w i d o w of Charles f l a f f o y , died Sum 1 ay night at her homo in Hazel wood following a «*lx months' Ulnoss. Mr* Mnffey rcHi'dcxl in Con- nelltsvillt; u n t i l a numlKT of years ago when fh-; move 1 lo Hanelwood. She is Mirvived by tv o daughters, Mrs. Kttth- eruio Dayton nu MK« Mayrno Haffey, both at horn* 1 ; uli.o one granddaiiRhtor, ^USH Ma r joric Uayton of Hazolwood, and ono sist' ~, Mr.s. Katharine Me- J)ade of C'onnc'llaville. Mrs. Haff^y'e maMen name WD.S Mica A n n a Dublin. Her husband died a number of yoars a!o. Hho h a t several niece*; and n«phows In CV'iinellsville. The fuiu-ra) eorvice will be/ held WpliifHlay morning at 9 o'clock in St. ilury's Catho io C h u r c h , Hazelwocxl. Requiem nigh tuihtj w i l l be celebrated. Interment wl.l be In Calvary Como- tory, P i t t a b u r ? . Home From TJsit Miss Madelyn Myers, has returned to her home at Dickerson Run from New Kensington where she spent the w e e k - e n d witn Miss Grace Miller and MJsn Norina Fress, schoolmates at SotithwpBtern SUito Twachers Collego at California. IMitighUir Born. A daughter was born Monday in the U n i o n t o w n Hospital to Mr. and Mis. Harlan H u h u of Smithaold. of the I'opiiWic. a- d th.U tho domini can town, Dajabo' , near th H a i t i a n border IB in the h nds of relcls At Dajabou the municipal pollc* have been disarm d and a d m i n t » t r a lion s y m p a t h i s e r s cndrrod iKilplpt-fa Firing hi- bi-ei ro;»rted noar 'hc doniinlean lxrd'^r y American travel t-rs and reports in liMt"d that several persons had been 'Bounded. Tele]ihone a r d 'el^graph '.er.i'-c. extopitlng lxtvioon Santo Domingo and San Podro de Ma orii i* out and all of the princal lur i w a j s arc reported blot k^'l. liusines'-nuMi re 'rt n i f i b i l t t s to get implies to lelcgrat n -,011 1 to agent.-, in the repub v- ;unl the f'-ontiei i.-, 1 1~ portud closed. ITCHING ENDS WHEN ZEMO 1 OUCHES SKIN -- l v i « \ ! s , i n l s w a s . I t ' s u o n t t M f t i l t ^ 1 ' \ v a .-u'thin^' s r ) I } » / r Xeinu b H n a relit;! to H k i t i w i n i Hi. b e t a'ul I j u r n . s K'.i n in mu-u Hf t r u c n y f - a , l U J i i i u r (IK i i l r n o w t as ^ o u i i aa / t - n i o t i u i IIL--, tin- t e i i d i a n a 'nlKinu-d .1111- f a ' · - . To d r a w cm K K t t t m f e c l l ' M i itmj h i - l i i t'i i i\s i u n s i t ' h l l y b l c r n K h t - s . \v c k ri j u uf U M t t s . n K b e t l e r t l i u n i n i l s l l i l u X p n i o V l w a y i k i - o i j f i i s f a m i l y . v n t i s t j ' U i ·) i .'ind I ' s e K f rt u 1 H'b s a l f i.s c n l i * . .'iTK-, (Hc a n d $1,00. A l l d u d l u r ! - - A J \ c i - t i s c n n . n l . Colic, gas, flnur belching, frequent vomiting, fovcrish- iii-Hs, in babies and c h i l d r e n , generally show food is souring In the litt'e dlgost- u o tract. When those symptoms appear, glvo baby a tcaspoonful of Phillips Milk of Magnesia. Add it to the first bottle of food in the morning Older c h i l d r e n should bo given a tablespoonful in a glass of wator. This will comfort the child--make his stomach and bowolt easy In flvo m i n - utes ha is comfortable, happy. It will sweep tho bowels free of all sour, indigestible food. It opens tho bowels in. constipation, colds, children's ailments Children tako it readily because it is palatable, pleasant-tasting. Learn its many uses for mother and child. Write for tho interesting book, "Useful Information*" Addross Tho Phillips Co., 117 IludBon P*., Now York, N. Y. It will bo sent free. lu buying, be sura to get genuine Phillips Milk of Magnesia. Doctors have precribed it for over 50 years. "MOk of Magnesia" haft been the U. S. Registered Trade Murk of The Chas. H. Phillips Chemical Co., and its prede essor, Chas. II. Phillips, since 1S75.--Advertisement. NURSE PREVENTS POSSIBLE LOSS OF LIFE IN FIRE I l y P u l l e d Press BOSTON, Feb. 2 5 -- Q t i i i k t h i n k i n g of a luree- in tho Mansa'-iiuvoUs Memorial Hospital IKTO todav prevented i n j u r j and possible doiith to its MO occup-int.s when Urn broke out near tho childron'i; \ \ n r d . The lire H at, q u i c k l y o\lingui«hod and no one vuis injim-d a l t h o u g h i f c h i l d r e n , f o u r of whom wore SUM ill, wrre in an a d j o i n i n g room Wh.'ii Mteo M a r i o n E f i l t ? , in rharpp of tin c h i l d r e n ' s w . u d saw lUinr-H issuing from tho floor oi tho room *ho t u n i M in a firo a l a r m and HUMS t u r n e d on an a l a r m w h i c h n s v a k ' i i u l ovory pntiei t in th-e b u i l d i n g . Nuise-i and doctors joined in calm ing pi.(ifnt« a'Hi r e m o v i n g ' h o f h i W r c i i w h l l o fire e x t i n g u i s h e r s vs^ro nt-cd on the- (i im'. t !. Damage in tlh room v,cus not !^rg»v Kin-m-on said dcfe'-tivi' -.viring i» n room b o n r a t h « t i{, rospo ic bio. i THURSDAY and FRIDAY--Community DOLLAR DAYS The Stage is Set and Thursday the curtain rises At Leche' the stage has been set for our greatest Dollar Days. Former Dollar Days found Lee he's offerings exceptional values--but for this occasion we have outdone all p 'evious efforts. Our Advertisements in tomorrow papers will bear out this Statement. Come to ^echo's Thursday--come back again Friday--supply your wants for months to come at unusual savings. Our .Standing G'nnrantc'e--Satisfaction or Your Money Hack. ! DR. DRUKKER ACCEPTS CALL TO MICHIGAN PlITSIinu;. Keh 2.1 - H,. v . H.iv- triond 15. D i u k k f r hai rdirn"d «t, pasto · iff i l . f ("Vires' A v i i u j n 1 ' i i i i i d Prtsl \ t i i,m C h u r c h i !o,s t / i w i i - sh!p 'o . u r i p l .i call to 'h. T r i i n t v H e f i ) i m o i Cliuu-h at (ir.irid ILipifl.s Ml( h . l i e w i l l i r a v e hi-, p ' e - f i i t | M - lor,it( w h i c h lie hii dc.d iur l i s t - iear s Api il 1. Rf^ n r u k k e r directed t ' l c w r e k of I IIP P'l'hoiuil t sMrisji h - n i cimpj.igu re- ENDEAYORERS PLAN FOR THRIE COUNTY R HUES S. B. MILLER FETES WOMEN WHO HELPED IN FIREMEN EVENTS Conn-ells\illo who nc-e to tho South ntcHsr Firo Dopart- lotiou of taira and the company wore M' at a chicken d i u at the South Cou- \va Mr. Miller'.-! « women that their dated. ·rsons were in at- issell Zeartoss, Mr;}. \shabaugh and Mm. helped sorvo the as spent in card«, ic with the AtkliT- tho musical \S'onn-:i of Soul 1 Kav-o t h o l r assist: ConnellbviUe, Voli inont in the proi other e-vo»t8 cf Kiiosts of S. 31. Mil ner Monday nighi noilsvillo Hall. I way of showing tl efforts were appn Abt.iA t h h t y p tendance. Mrs. R David Cook, Mrs. Catherine Ijept^ra dinner. Tho evening v. daii-clng and mu: brothers provldin, tertainm-ent. Son Born to Xcths. Mr. and Mrs. C B. Ncth of Jefferson street are u n n o u i cing th-o birth of a nine-pound eon, t icir llrst child, thih morning at the N th hom-e. , The babo IH the firdt grant son of Mrs. Ella Stillwagou of Jeff -ibon atroet and of Mr and Mre. W. ( . Neth of ISost Fayette str.«t. Mrs. Neth was formerly Mlsw Mabel Stillwagon. Just Off the Wire Hy f n l t . - l Pas'. WASHINOTUN, J^eb. ^:..-W \V A l t e r nny, p i e s i d i i u of t h e t ' t - n n s y l - vanla Railroad, p i u b i t b ' v w i l l bo llio i-lnef w i t n e s s tor tin* wol ; w h e n tlu 1 ( f i n i s } J u d u iary Commitd'e re. s u n n s h e a t i ' i u s t o m o r r o w " n p n i p n . s U s l o repeal or modify the I R l h A m e n d m e n t . A i U ' i b u r y t a i l e d to apjiear laat week a.s o?]eted but il it, I K - I K \ed he w i l l spctil t o m o i t o w On Tliui ^ d a Pierro S. Dul'oiit is s ' - h e d u l e d in tlio ( h l t ' C w i t n t a s . « * * WASHINGTON, l''eb. 2".--Claudius Ifustdti, chairman oC the R e p u b l i c a n N a t i o n a l Committee-, t-ooperatt-d in d r a f t ng M u s c l n Shoals pi.inks for both the R e p u b l i c a n and IJcmoc ratic piatforins in the hibl prctsldcntiul eampdlgn, testimony in t h e Senato lobb investigation .showed today. Classified Advertisements results. Try tbern. The a d v U n r j h-iarc' cf !li. C o i i n t v f ' h r t n t u i n l,nh-a\'j h ' l d us i n o s i t h ' y m*v t i ' i p -^' t f r t i D o n in t b f T h i r d Prc C h u ' - ( h of r n i m ' o w i , it w' it p!at,'if t" h ld tbr Tr tin- purpo'.e ol boost inj: t 1 and ,l.itt' c o i n e n i l o n The F r ^ t i f t!ie«e r.illlr« held in ilu ('onnell.'-vl In d A p r i l 1, t i n M- -oud ! i I ho i d i - s t r i i - t on \_[) il P,, , i j n l the the iSrow n s v i l l e d)Rt let on An i n v i t a t i o n 'o hok the t' d i s t r i c t rail} in tlio T^nt l j r C ' l i u r r - l i of ' b a t c l ' y w »s acc program 1 - t«i t h r a l l i e s w charj-e o^ Geo"gi Scot , co: v e n M o n hoos-ti-i, and In- prc the resp ctivi! d i ' i t r l t t s A R I'mbe-' of V.U'inlov d e n t o C t h e ( o u u t y u n i o n , over ihe miMHlng K l c v e n ol di'piii tineuL s i i p e i i n u ndoiit.s p o r t b MiHM f-'ar.ih MrCIoy, t'MHif'iit of the B r o w n . v i l l c tl ported t h e o i g u u z a i ' o n ct (· ciety at }lii!p-i. Roll,) Va I f n t o n t o w n , vice p r e s i d e n t c o u n t y u n i o n , gave a p r e l i n pf r t on the r i t i s of bin tares to tlie Mat-o coavc ilersltey. He also reported commltteo on regaliu for Ih C o u n t y JOjidiNnorera at i!ie · volition har, p o s t p o n e d actio pardcular coslurno u n t i l ni tratioiiH are reA^eivcd. A rep publicity fcuparltHondent, iiortner, showed the county be nitli in p u h l U i t y in the Fa vo ( i P nday itf- bytpnan IOh tllTMi , » rallies ' f r o u n t \ will b« i r i c t on l i o u t o w n third in April -t l i o n t o w n hytcrlan i!el. The 11 ho In ' nly ron- i idenu ol' n, prf-Fi- pr'sulod c e i f e t.nd gave rc- s u p o r l n - trlct, renew so- llflfll Of of the n a r y rend t r a i n itiou at that t h e · Fayplte tate fon- i on any re reg-ls- irt of tho John Q. union lo itate. Look! Real Bargains! rin Specially Selected TEA "Fresh from the Gardens" In Packets and Individual Tea-Bars 800 R. H. Jones, New York Society Leader, Leapr Eight Stories to Death Act Follows Violent Qnarrel in Apartment With His Young Wife. SHE TAKEN TO HOSPITAL By United t'ress. NFW YORK, Feb. 23.--nicliarcl H. Jon-ei, promin-eut in New York society iircl-H, jumped to his death today from has exclusive Park a v e n u e apartment, after a quarrel with his wife. Jones plunged from the eighth lloor after a violent controversy in which ho struck his wife/ on UK li-ead with the base of an electric lamp Mis. Jouen, tho former Lmiise Conkey, who Is 20 years old, was treated for severe lacerations of the scalp and for a tim-e was unable, to g^ve details of the quarrel. An ambulance Mirgeon and represent!.live of the medical examiner's offlct ordored Jones' body returned to the apartment which is contrary to custom in such Police saw nothing snspici us In the case. Tho report nalrt Jonc-a an- Ws wife quarreled just beforo dawn. Suddenly, accord-ing to police, Jon-e i seized a lamp and struck h's wife over the head. She fell to the floor creaming then Jones rutihod to tbe w adow and leapel out, his body fallii g into a courtyard. Jou-ea, fonn-er assistant B il-es man- a-gr of the Tidewater C il Export Company of New Jersey, ati jnded th-e United Stales Naval Acadei ty, wh-ere he was a star football piayci He was graduated in 191 B. Tho Jon k aea were married late year, ft ra. Jones was prominent in, social ircles in Washington, H, f*. Buy Your Truck and Bus 7ires Now! You'll save money. We have a limited supply oFthe following sizes: These Are Cash Prices: 30x5 Truck, 8 p!y $17.95 34x5 Truck, 8 ply $19.45 32x6 Truck, 8 ply $20.95 32x6 Truck, 10 ply $27.25 36x6 Truck, 10 ply $29.25 34x7 Truck, 10 piy $35.95 Auto Service Co. We Recharge Batteries 305 West CrawiFord Ave. Phone 319 CANS $300 REMU$1ES UMBBlt V9 QI ICSJLY The fir«t j!pplic«tion of Vluiterole often bring* relief. L « c d o n c e even- hour fur 5 hour* it ·hould (enilt in complela com) rt. If You Need Money for Any Emergency SEE US Fayette Loan Company Title Trust Bids., 5th Floor. Connollsvilie, Pa. Telephone 244 - 8«6 Bonded to tho State. Patronize Thoae Who Advertise, Use All Our Departments We are well prepared to serve you in many ways. We cordially invite you to use all of our departments. We aim to make everjr transaction pleasant and satisfactory. THE CONNELLSVILLE, PA. W £ S T S I D E Our Classified Ads--They Bring Retultn.

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