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PAGE SIX. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNEL jSVILLiE, PA, THURSDAY, FEBRUAIIY 21, H)3). P E R S O N A L M E N T I O N 1 Mrs. Gerald Palmer and son, Gerald. Jr., o£ W h o o l i n g , \V. Va., are Kticc-tn of t!n f o r m e r ' s parents, Mr. and Mrt-. ('. I I . Wfisgorbcr of V i n e t i t r w t . Hhiv S?;i! O l e u i o r , hi'st cleaner sold. K d w a r d H;ier, g e n e r a l h a r d w a r e , HIS West { ' r a w f o r ' l avenue. -Advertise- m e n t . - -- 1 H f c h - 8 l -cod, Mrv. H e n r y 1:. B r o w n its confined to h*»r h o m o lit FTtllcrc-sl w i t h it severe 'at- t a c k of y r i p . Miss A n n a Tommy of Hillcrest ret u r n e d y e s t e r d a y from Buckhanr.on, \V. Vt.. \vhrH! sho wa« t h e guest of Mr. and Mr*. K. K. W i l l i a m s . II. S. H o m e r . man user of Nolson'fi store, lias r e t u r n e d I'rom New Y o r k , whore ho Imujj it. s p r i n g and s u m m e r merchandise. Charles I Tan er and f a m i l y h«vo moved from S o u t h Kiglrth street, t!roonwood, to Y a m h ' r b i l t . Mr. and Mrs. r.erklc-y Phillips of South . N i n t h fit root. ( I r e n e w o o d , h a v e returnod from K l k i n t ; , AV. Va., whore they HVtoml'd ( h e f u n e r a l ecrvlco f o r Mr. P h i l l i p s ' sis-ter, Mrs. I5rian Gainer, Wednesday. Miss Helen SkkUnore of South N i n t h street. Greenwood, has rKurncd f r o m Kerens, W. Vn.. where elio attended the funeral of her a u n t , Mre. Wade Nestor, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. IMxou of Knat Crawford avenue h a v e r e t u r n e d from V i n e l a n d . N. .[., where they were Knests of t h e i r son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and M m . Joseph H. Dixon. Mrs. Samuel K r i t s l s y of Scottdale in vinitirtK w i t h lit-r s n n - i n - l i i w and d a u g h t e r , Mr. ami Mrs. John II. Whoric. Mrs. Joseph W h o r i c of Van- dorbilt spent today here. Miss K a t h r y i i Pranchoek of Newark, N. J., is s p e n d i n g two weeks w i t h her parents here. Mrs. p. P. M( ser of Perm street has r e t u r n e d f r o m W a s h i n g t o n , 1). C., w h e r e she wa; the finest of her cousin, Mrs. G. A. Cooper. Mrs. J o h n Bijiley of Latrobe IK spending sever: 1 days as the K u e s t of Mr-t. U. N. A d d i s of South 1 ' i t t s h u r g s t r e e t . Mrs. Higley u n d e r w e n t a toil- sil operation » u Wednesday a t t h e CnrmcllsviUp, Suite H o s p i t a l . Aunt Het ·\7 "None i' my f o l k s ever was f a m o u s , hut p i - o j i e used t n come for m i l e s to see I'lii'l? Jed liraiil his whiskers." Romance tf Mexico Only a doctor knows fl laxativ e should i e STOP BAD BREATH T! t o 11 sands of b;ul b r w i l h f i n d p l e a s a n t . siiKii t a k e n for IKK! h K e n t l y In: t f i r n I I v e r , st h n u ! a t i p u r i f y i n g t h e c ' t h a t wlik-li (Jar v / i t h o u t a n y o f o l i v e T a b l e t s p a i n o r a n y i l l s Dr. K. M. Ki f o r m u l a a f t e r amor.K p a t i e n t s a n d l i v e r c o m p l , luil b r e a t h . d l l v e T a b l e t s c o m p o u n d ; y o u t l ' . f i r o l i v e Co"*.) W e o l c a n d n o t e -- A d v e r t i s e m e n t p e o p l o i i f n i c t c . t w i t h ( l u i c k r e l i o f t h r o t i ^ l i » ( , ) i i v e T a b l e t s . Tho ' r - c - u a t e d t a b l e t s a r e r u a t h t y a l l w h o k n u w . ' : O l i v e T l i l i l f t s n e t l y o n t l i o b o w e l s a n d \t; t h o r n to n a t u r a l t h e t - l n o d a r i d K t i i u l y n t i r u j y s t H r n . They d o t h e b a d a f t e r e f f o r t s . b r i n g s n o K r l t - d t i ^ ujreeabli; '(T''c:s. ..'(i y e a r s ot p r u c l i u u , a f f l i c t e d w i t h b o w e l t i n t , w i t h t h e a t t e n d a n t ; a r e p i - r e l y a v c # f ! a l » i o w i l l k i u M v t h e m by ; T a k o n l f f h t i y t n r a . n e e f f e c t . liu, Oc. UOc. PAUL RIDENOUR GETS APPOINTMENT FOR RESEARCH WORK Paul rurtonour, a Cornier member of the f a c u l t y of tlir; liig-h school o£ California. Pa., has been appointed by th« University C l'ltt»bitrK to tlio an as- sistant.ship o n t h e M u l t i p l e I n d u s t r i a l Follow ship. M y w i l l b eorineete*i w i t h the Mi-Ilon I n s t i t u t e of I n d u s t r i a l Rese-arch and v.-ill li« engaged in the Investigations in [MHroleuni r e f i n i n g technology. Mr. itid'.Miour is a son of William Kiclcnouv of Fii.ircluuK-e, a grandson of Mr. anil Mr.s. John W. Fuehrer a n d a brother of D a n i e l K i d e n o u r of S o u t h RigrhUi street, Croon wood. Mr. Kidenour wan graduated from Catiforria N o r m a l School in 192-1, received his bach-.'lor of science degree f r o m Uu U n i v e r s i t y of PiltsburK in 192(i, and his muster of arts f r o m Columbia Unlve.-yity in New York City in 1029.' U u r l n j : tho last y e a r he has been working upon his doctorate In tho University of Pittsburg. His ap- polntm-oat l.s a recognition oJ his ability and scholarship. By it ME. 1 O I,D M E X I C O se t h e In.sptratlon enaemblo character attract a t t e n t i o n ui The Iroiifers lire yellow, and ao Is tli Tho scarf, w h i c h (- co:iturne, Is a medli. and red. isnurri ·ma to hnve been or a silk pajama istlc enough to ions many, blue, tho blouse f unllncd jarltet.. ive.s chic to the v of blue, yellow Desolation in Wake of Gigantic Gold Dredges Automobile tourists through th« northern part of Ci llfornla are liable to have t h e i r attention .attracted to mountains of cobbl 'Stones frequently seen. Sometimes th"se piles are 60 or CO feet high and se eral hundred feet long. They are n e v e r beautiful and they ntld nothing to the landscape. In fact, they nre eyes ire.i, but there l« l i t t l e prospect of tlu-lr removal. These piles an. the a c c u m u l a t i o n of the gold dredges, gigantic constructions which eat their way thro igh the land and leave a t r a i l of deso utlon. Farm hinds aud orchards nro brought up by the operators and leff li r u i n , for the land Is useless for any purpose w h a t e v e r after the pasuage of the dredger. These machines cour about a quarter of a m i l l i o n d o l l a r ; , but the cost of operation Is very SID ill. A large quan- t i t y of the earth n uat be treated to recover a small qua t t i t y of the yellow inetnl, but at that tl e business Is very profitable. The stores taken f r o m the soil ure useful o n l j to grind op for cement, but the pil -s standing today will offer crushed stone sufficient for the demands of the entire country for many years.--Washington Star. Report* on Ireland. ALLIANCE. Neb. 27 --- Farmers In northern Ulster I r e l a n d arc In dire utralts UK -cmp:ired w i t h tho agricul- t u r i s t s °f '"is '·ourit'.-y, according to Robert C.ruhiun of Altianc-e, president of the Nebraska '.StochKrowere Aseoeia- t.ion. On a recent t r i p to his old home in I r e l a n d , he found potatoes w e r e j selling for 14. c e n t s a bushel and b u t - j ;er at 21! c e n t s ;i pound. f Women Ahviiys tit Fault. DKTKO1T, .Fe . 27 -- John A. J M c - j Ilrciror, special investigator for the [ Detroit Uivorco irourtH, ha« resigned. ! J f i H w i f e h«6 sued him for d i v o r c e ' alleging t h a t wh-?n McGrepor "investi- | Kal(-l" (·(!«····«, he a l w a y s f o u n d it w.-w I h e woman's f a u l t . t'atronlzo t h O f « who uilvertlae. Puzzle Presented to English Legal Minds A barrister contril-ules to the Times, In a letter, an i n g ' n l o u s and apparently Insoluble puzzle, which may he summarized thus: A SU.VH to B, I will tench you to be a barrister; half fe« DOW, and the other half If you win your first case, li was taught, and called to the bar, but fulled to do anything at nil for tv-o years. A then said to himself: If i sue him for th« Installment of my fee, and win the cuse, he will have to pay me; If I lose, then he has w o n his Orst case, and will therefore have to pay me. That seems unanswi rable u n t i l we get IVs view: If A wins, then I have lost my first case and n 'ed not pay h i m ; and If he loses, theii b.v I h e judgment of f h e court I need not pay him. So t h a t Is t h n l : nnd li ere Is no evident solution.--Weekly Scotsman. All the Natural Fragrance TEA "Fresh from the Gardens" In Packets and Individual Tea-Bags Y OU don't want to use a laxative every day. Nor onc« a week. This should not bo necessary. And it never -would bo rc- quirod if all of us would learn the tanj.jer that lies in a careless selection of laxatives. By taking tho first thing that COTIIOS to mind when bad breath, headaches, dizziness, nausea, biliousness, gas on stomach and bowols, poor appetite, or lack of energy warns us that our bowels are .iluggish, we risk forming the laxativo habit. Rely on a doctor's judjfment in choosing your laxative. Here's one made from the prescription of iv specialist in bowel and stomach trouble. Its originator tried it in many thousands of, cases. He found it safe for women, children and old folks; thoroughly effective for tha most robust man. There were so many calls for this prescript on and its fame spread so rapi lly that druggists began to fill H in quantities; kept it ready for « ita. Now Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep in, as it is called, is prepared from .he freshest herbs and other p ire . ingredients under ideal conditi( ns. You can get the generous bot tea of it from drug stores in . ny part of the world. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsii 'is a real corrective of constipat on. Millions have proved this. Th t's why it is today the world's n ist popular laxative I DR. W. B. CALDWEI.LM SYRUP PEPSI M A Doctors Family Laxativi MRS, S. S. STAHL DIES AT HER WINTER HOME AT ST. PETERSBURG FLA. D«at:i claimed one of Conue-llsvlllc'a MRS. GEORGE ZACHAB IAS DIES AT THE HOSPITAL Wall Paper and Paint Store k;5 South Pittsburg Street New Designs in Wall Paper Room Lo\s 10 R o l l s Wall-20 yards Border oldest ,uul moat widely known women last - n i ^ h t at. 7:30 o'clock when Mre. ! Ella Newcomer Stahl, widow of Dr. Sidney S. Stahl, panned away at nor winter home at St. Potersburs, Fla, Having been in poor health for the la«;t four ·( are, her deatii, due TO iuflrini- | ties of age, was not unexpected. She was in her 79th year. Mrs. Stahl wa.s born and reared in j 1/ower Tyrone township, m*ar Dawpou, j ri d a u g h t e r of the l a t e Jacob and ICliza- i both H e r s h o y Newcomw. Sh«; wun marricM M a r c h 12, 1.S72, to Dr. S t a h l , who for m a n y ye are was one of Con, iH-'l!svi':leVi leading physicians. Thrtvo c h i U i r e n were born to Uio u n i o n , but i one of whom IH l i v i n g , Miss iUtisli? | Joseph ne S t a h l , who accompanied her ! ruothei- to St.. P e t e r s b u r g , w h e r e ; the ' f a m i l y had s p e n t , the w i n t e r m o n t h s · for the list 25 years, Dr. Stahl h a v i n g ; purchased a b o a t H i f n l honn in t.he i Florid;/ c i t y . i Mrv. Stahl was a life-loin; member lot t.he r h r i e t i a n C h u r c h and was ono of ' its lno.it, p r o m i n e n t w o r k e r s up u n t i l I her illness. Hcaidein htr U i u g l t e r , ' Miss B'-stilo, she i«i 6nrviv-d by one I b r o t h e r , J, C, Now.'omer of D U W H O I I , | the Ins'- s u r v i v i n g member of a f a m i l y of 10 ciiildren. Slio was a c i s t e r of tho late Dr, Cl-eorgc W. N e w c o m e r of C\m- nell«v!'le. The telegram received by J. C. | Newcomer of Daweon a n n o u n c i n g h l w i Ulster's death, did not give details for i burial. j .Dr. Stahl died Monday, J u l y 2, 1928, ; at the Stahl residence In South I'itts- j burg si root. Mrs. M i n n a Xacharias, GS yt w i f e of CJeorpa Zn:hariaM Locuiit street, S n y d e r t o w n , d i no^dny n i g h t at : l l : 2 0 o'clock C ' o n n c l l a v l U e State Hospital, she had been a p a t i e n t , s i n c e 1 urday for t r e a t m e n t . Loccai been in poor h e a l t h for son past and her c o n d i t i o n hiu! be ous since Chrtalmas. Her de, (Uio to complication of diKeaK« Mrs. Ziicharias wa.s born m a n y September 5, 1.SG1, and Ihi5i c o u n t r y in 1S.SS. Sbo loi f i H s b u r g , Kan., where sho w. ried ou J a n u a r y 5, 1SS9 t o M: arias, who w;u at t h a t tirni? a of the Kansas t o w n . Tl.ey latfl- to t h t ^ Frank Z i t c l i a r i a s farm S p r l n s d e l i l pike, c o n t i n u i n g t, tbTO for a l v m t I S y-ar.K. A years ago t h e f a m i l y Tic-vcd present, home. Mrs. Z.ioharia; mombtr of St. J o h n ' s Gorma c r a n t ' h u r r h ar. d of t h e M u t u a l Aid SO'.:iaty. t'-ht- wns k n o w n i n ('.'onnollsvllle an m u n i t y and was h!);h!j rpsp^c f-steeincd by ht-r f r i e n d s . Bes i i u s b a u d , she i-s s u r v i v e d by F r a n k X a c h a r i a s of P i t l s b u r f ; d a i i K h t e r , Mrs M a r i e M:(;an;i d o r t o w n . S i x u w n Kranddi s u r v i v e . The body was removed t h i n o r m !' K i i i i - r a - f ' i r e i ' t o r (Jh M i t c h e l l to the f a m i l y home, · bric-f service w i l l bfl held S a f t e r n o o n «t 1:30 o'clock, fol! a f u l l service at 2 o'clock in Si ( J e r r n a n i..uthcraa C h i n c h . I n w i l l be in H i l l Drove Cetneto ira old, of G19 1 Wed- at the where at Sat- ol had o tim-R n seri- ih was Enamel, all colors, quart ............. ..... . ............................... $1.00 6 cans Paper Cleaner and one 12-oz. bottle O'cedar Polish ............... ,, ................................................ $1.00 3 Sacks Prepared Paste $1.00 1 Gallon Roof Paint $1.00 nfter- r l u s C. h e r e a Uu relay wed by John's ernicnt GOOD-BYE ITCHING SKIN i S o o t h i n g , h r a l i n K will o l l l c l e u ' , i n v i s i b l e /.srii-j r e l i e f 1 o I t c l i l n ^ S k i n . s k i n It r a w i i n d i x j c l i r I l i a v c f j u n d t h a t X e i n o j s t o r e s '.:o:nfort. It h e l p s u p V' t r e m e n d o u s l y b r i n g H cool J ^ v e n w h e r e i, t h o u s a n d s * q u i c k l y rc- s m - . H t t i a w a y MANY ATTEND FUNER\L OF MRS. HIRAM MY a n d c l o u r u p V ' m i j l i ' S , l l a a l i a n d ot.'icr a n n o y i n g i i e l i l n K a k i n f i n d s c a l p i r r i t a t lon.'i. K t ' ( f p r r i e a r i , a n l i n e p t - ' c X e m o n l w n y a o n h a n d . Usu I t f r e e l y . I t Is s a f e , p h - a s a n t . :irn', f i f t c ; a n d $100, Sold e v e r y w h e r e . -- A d v e r - t i s e m e n t . 801 MISSING AIR LINER MAY HAVE CRASHED ON MOUNTAIN SIDE LOS AXGELEJS, Cal., Fob. 27.-Smoke c u r l i n g from a lire on the south :;id-e oil the San Bernardino m o u n t a i n range Sunday afternoon alxMit t a o time tho m!«sins 12-nassen- ger W stern. Air liuer was reported circling over the range, today led, to the belioC t h a t tho c r a f t piloted by .lames 10. Doles may have crashed and burned. · The lire was r e p o r t e d by residents of MiiB-oy and was considered a new clue to the talc of the plane. A l a r g e g a t h e r i n g ; of reiati f r l e n i l s a t t e n d e d tlio 'Mineral yesterday a f lor n o o n for Mr!. Hufty, wlfv) of H i r a m 1:1 icy, hoi home near Moy-r. He v. C. !· lion of W y a u o , a l'or:nr jri Fay f t to C h a r g o of the 1'nited I C h u r r h , (it,-liv'rc-l tbo ailclres.s, assisted in tho pcrvlco b.v H« A r n d t , present pastor. A i j u a r t e t m u i l o up of Mrf CoortiriK, M r s . D u r b i p , II. D. and H a r r y I/owe I Ion saiiK Uu made in M o u n t O l i v o ''einotoi J-';uuiK'l HiK'y, Potor H i i e y , Cl: Campbell. George l . l u e y , Iltirry len and ll«rbori, Lc-wollen, · b-earer^. Charles A. J .ewe-lion of PhiU and K d w a r d l»v,'cllf!ii of P were umong t h o o u t o!' t o w n at tho f u n e r a l . Use (.'Itisslfled Ads. Results tjuickly follow. es and service J e n u l o i at tho R h a n - · tor of I* wan n. 11. Hazol ial was v, w i t h yton S. i pal 1 · Id Phi a itshurg i Orson « Eyes Mciin K no w lodge. ROCHESTER, Minn., Fob. 27 -Ninety-five per cent of all men's knowledge comets through the eyes, according to Dr. W. J.'Mayo, internationally known physician, w h o pointed out that lower imluiulg are guid«l by t h e i r sense- of Buioll and other st-iises arc secondary. Man^huG dovelopwl his in- telligeii':i! t h r o u g h Wio visual SOIIHO. only one directly eomvectod with tho brain. Other senses of man are i n - foror to t h a t in the a n i m a l , the doctor said. Sirens A couple of pis.'e young Indies who were v i s i t i n g a western c-lly decided t h u t t h y y would go lidrsehnt'U riding we nre lold, and the head groom ashed one of them w h e t h e r she would prefer dip lint Kngllsh saddle or Ihe western saddle w i l h a horn. "The flat saddle,'' snld the y o u n g thiiift. "hernuse we aren't going to rlile in finy t r a f j l r nnd won't nppd n horn." No l-'alr ROCHESTER, N. Y., Feb 2 Corolla is passing 90 days in jail because, according to police he would force customers to ouy a punchboard and the would send a lieuchmtui to Uie wiuuirie nurnbw,. Free Demonstration At t l t r I t o y n l H o t e l , ConnelltivlUr Sntnr- iluy, iMnrt'Ii 1*4, or At lljc \ V l i l l i - Svrnn Hotel, IJul -iitpivn, .Sunilny, March 2ml, or At Hie MonmiKKlirlu Hotel, Brov tmvillr, nitmtin.v, Muri'li Ciril, or At the- \j*^v (·rnad (lotcl, Mf neHHen, ·riicMllnj', Mnrcli -liti. Milably fclian- c l f - a d muscle Uy ap- iHl to I pain- elvet -- -Ine: 24 s s f u l l y r l t h o u t G-old a and a. Pro- o sub- ort, l l y Mr. A. 10. llourM JO A. M. tt 7 I'. M S t u a r t ' s 1 ' t a p a o - P i t d M a r a p a l d l f f o r e n l f r u n i D i e t r u s s , b e i n g - j i : o - c l i e i i i U : o u p p l l c a l a r s m a d e l i c s l v c p u r p o s u l y to k e o i t h e t o n i c c a l l e d "Plupao" c u n t l u u o i : p l i e d to t h e a f f e c t e d j i a r t s , ; m i n i m i s e d a n g e r of s l i p p i n g : a n ful f r i c t i o n . F a b r i c s o f t a s ' easy tu a p p l y -- i n e x p e n s i v e . Uu ycara t h o u s a n d ! * h a v e K U C C t r e a t e d t h t - m a t l v t s at h o m e -- h l n l r a iHie. I'rom \vork. A w a r t l u - Meclul, f i o m e ; l l r a n i l P i l x , P a r l i o n o r a l ' l e M t i n i l o t i , Hati P r a n c l s cess of- r e c o v e r y is n a t u r a l , so s e q u e n t use lor a n y k i n d of a u p 1JE SURE TO CALL Uo not f a i l to call on y o u m a y n o t soon h a v e t u n i t y . It costs y o u n u m l n n a n d h a v e ; d e m o n p r i v a t e l y -- t h i s s c i e n t i f i c w h i c h su m a n y o t l i e r s a t r i d t h e m o f t h e i r r u p t u t h e m f r o m t h e k n i f e . Kemeat'ber the t i m e a If n o l a b l e to call, w TR1A1, Pl.AI'AO. A d d r . OOS S t u a r t Bids., iit. L,uu Mr. Mil. h e l l as a n o t h e r oppor- othing 1 o ex- s t r a t e d to you s e i f - t r e i l m e i i t , i c s t U I K J r o a t h re and saved nd plat 1 - . r i t e f o r FRBE .'ss P l a j to Co,, is, Mo.- One way to win is to look like a winner npHE man who scorns good grooming J. makes a big mistake. Torn fingernails, cracked and grimy hands, a careless shave or an unclean akin, spoil a man's chances for success. A clean healthy appearance, is worth everything. And you need only ono simple, old fashioned familiar preparation to have them all. "Vaseline" Petroleum Jelly. You'll probably find it right in your bathroon. If not, get a tube or jar from the nearest store. To keep the hands in good condition, scrub with a stiff brush and soapy water. Then apply "Vaseline" Jelly liberally and massage your hands (exactly :ia if you were washing them). Work the Jelly into the base of the nails. Then wipe off and wash quickly. Your hands will emerge looking clean and fresh, like the hands of an executive, not a day laborer. In the morning apply a film of "Vaseline" Jelly to the face before lathering. It riot only givea you a clean, close, comfortable shave, but it cleanses the skin. Improves its texture. Try these two simple things, - How long" will tif energy last under tke strain of a COUCfH? .V . . . it seems unbelievable that these # husky youngsters should be so easily exhausted by a brief attack of coughing! DR. E. A. HODIL LEAVES UNIONTOWN HOSPITAL UNIONTOWN, Feb. 27.--»r. E. A. Hodil, pastor of the Third Presbyterian Church, w i l l be returned to hta home 10-i South Hetsxon avenue, this afternoon to complete his term o£ con- vulescn-co which has progressed most favorably the last few days at Uniontown Hospital. Dr. Hod'il's departure from tho hos- pilal is Juat two weeks after he entered. He has been u n d e r careful and consta.nt observation .since his admission and p h y s i c i a n s are. so well pleased w i t h his condition that his discharge was given with their consent yesterday. Liquor Question Not an Industrial Issue, Says duPont WASHINGTON, Feb. 27.--Another big business man demanded repeal ot ·the 18th Amendment when Pierre S. du Pont of the vast d-u Pont Interests testified before the House Judiciary Committee today. Starting the llnal day of proseiUa- ·tlon of the wets' ease, du Pont took the position that prohibition haxl full- ed ever to curb, much less prevent, the use of alcohol. "I don't t h i n k prohibition ha.s had any great effect on our industrial and economic conditions," d'u Pont said. "I was in U)« -E. I. du .Pont do Nlemours p l a n t for years aud I never found that the liquor question-was a sai'lous ouo a-ruiiiui oar oruoila»»s~'' XET every mothe·· knows that coughing iiscs up h t r children's energy more quickly than all rhe vigorous games they play! Just watch a child under the strain of a wracking cough. Th-: little body seems to be torn apai t with every spasm. Breath leaves ':hem--their eyes droop. They become different beings--limp and exhausted. Don't let ft child suiFer with a cough. It not only 'veakens them, but leaves them susceptible co mote serious a ickncss. For more than 2 5 years,doctors iiave prescribed Pertussin for coughs. During ail this time they have learned the safety of Pertussin for children. It is entirely free from harmful drugs and relieves coughs in a natural way, quickly and safely. It clears the throat by loosening the phlegm--soothes the throat irritation and quiets the cough without upsetting the stomach. REMEMBER: Keep a bottle handy, for quick cough relief--Sold at all drug stores. ··DONT aiUGH YOUR ENERGY AWAY" s§n Use All Omr Departments We are v^ell prepared to serve you in many ··vays. We cordially invite you to use all of our departments. We aim to make every transaction pleasant ,and satisfactory. THE CQNNEULSYILLE, PA. WEST S ! D E 1 I ( I i I

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