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PAfiK SIX. Tillt. DAlJUy; U J b K J K R , rONNEL/LS 'ILJLE, L~** 1930 ! P E R S O N A L M E N T I O N "'I M i 1 i aiu is W Vr nc;ht MI i hobby ol T i l o n ' o w n w ' 1 i) u i t i n \ I i i I i h i I i w b \ d \ i i i ' i ti I tb ' i in IM i I ' u s i ( 1 d v ml I i 1 ! 1 I l i l V -v I f M I 1111 I I i I c i n i v o i d i i i I \ n n s ) i i* \ d \ e i tl* o M I I t O H I It I It 1 I M :=/ ^ ', \ s r i i \ v i ' ) i n 1 1 I i t 'i s i 1 M i I i i i I i I' in i b ! \ i i i \ M i i, i i 1 I (i \ u 1 1 \ -Mind i v M 1 U 1 i t t I 1 IM - ii \ I o \ i i i ' l i b t !u c'f i i ' ( ( i ir 'c Vf id M Don i!t! i t n ' 1 m i l i 'iio-nuiic M ·- M i I ! u h H i l l n i« ( i I i \ I n u K i i 1 is u i i n d i u n M i i I \!i ( i 1 Pik -i m P i - ' l i t \ I i t i i 1 H i l l i l i t ! h i - i I c H In is ( 1 1 n M i I ili li \\ I II \ in i ( i i h i t n ill i i l l u n t U ' l K v i li i I ) I | t 1 I H V ( t III )l ' 1 I U 1 1 -|M i l i t ] bi [ 1 f t «i n i n t i i i s i i i M i i t n » u i i u i I i im i f n ( s i ^ i I · i, i l ' 111 t r. V_ ___ I VS t ! i I ( I 1 In ( X p i t t l - - - - M i Mi , S U F i . m l V...H i n t i n s nn£ , p « nfc , C T / I D . ' L I ' . N. . uv , i , ,ms POSSE ON SEARCH M M i l IKI ( '] u U -, \ in th w ho has ! n ! hi i t « i 1 i i i it 'H i houu I I 1 I i i l ' [Hi V I I t [Hi I tl .1 I 11' m l i 1 ) \ I I d a n l i t e i V I i i I ' l l I I M i l l M I I \\ t t l' 1111 Hl' I I i , i l I tun "nt t' ' U' o lake- 1 \^" ··*( v^"v~"-- j^M r d nit m c h i d n w IOIIK in snriu w i \ -i in i v b i b u t I I I P \ t i u i r n l t d w i l l e-n n t i ! Hiev t,ul t l u br st ot il a i u n told em l 'i d o i t c h i t w u t a r n fathi i 'NO DOSING' for COLDS W hen Vicks introduced the better method of treating colds externally it wa'i espe- cialJy appreciated by mothers because it avoid3 "dosing," which so oJten disturbs chil- dien's delicate digestions. Each year more and more adults, too, have fourd Vicka equally good for then own colds. Today, the whole trend of medical practice 13 away from needless ^dosing." ' =* Just rubbed on, Vicka gives off medicated vapors which are Inhaled, and, at the sa ne time, acts th 1 ough the skinlik a plagter. 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Mary has the d e l i g h t f u l role of K a t h e i i n e i gn 1 whose, f u r i o u s tem- pet and 1 icihiriK IOIIKUO make her a person to be fea-i ed by a l l nuiB rn-en, no m a t l f i Hov, h"i b e a u t y m i g h t at- t i a c t t h e m Tbei ar-e a f r a i d to face h e r n d i r u k ' and al o her w h i p which slu alw w t i t i r i e s She is not above ( h i owing a t t n d e - i e n i t o r down the st nr'i w i t h a i h a i r wrapped alxut hie ;K t k u P e t r u c h i o decidee t h a t ho UK u c m tam-e tho devilish a n d u m l e r t ikes ( « mako h e r Today and Tomorrow Amazing! Thrilling! Astounding! The Greateslt Entertainment ilie Stage or Screen Has Every Known! 100 STARS 1000 HOLLYWOOD BEAUTIES In TECHNICOLOR All Talkie ( oiiH'dy and T a l k i n g N o ^ s Itecl ASIOS AM) A M M -- 1 O'CLOf K Admission -- Hatir ee 10c anI :{5r; Nitfiit 15r and r()«' of all shrow wit t i o m his h.ind ' I h e p i o g r i n i also i n c l u d e s a movie- t o n o a c l b o u n d n e w r e e l and t a l k i n g ' J l Thursday, Friday and Snlurdaj Monte Blue and Betty Compson in ( SKIN DEEP" «imlv ,in] in n^ dr.ih.ini Tliun d n Fn-fl iv M o n t i Phic, Da\oy LP ( · o n i r t f i n w i l l b« on the t h p t t t i r f * a t - a i d S H i r d i y in! Be U u r i c i Kaye 13on, f a m o u i rngluib s u t o mobile racer, will makr a deeper ate cfort to n. re-it the wodti's speed iccord from his countryman, Major S«agra\f the t h « i l l e n ^ e r hope* to a t t a i n the nnh»-arfl of »peed (if four miles a m i n u t e ov i the Kuidi o( Uaytona Bf-ach, I i Just Off the Wire IU t i u I '?*·· \\ \ - 1 1 1 s i . 1 1 \ \ i n ii I 1 ho- un i r m in -, ui l i o n 111 », bein-' a K i i i , [ in H I "4 n t i w is t iKen up bv 1 i s H l i n i l i e t v* i ind h i ( abnif t at h. i t i,l i in i w t i k l v n u i - t t i« to ] nt i « l H in i r t i n i : t i n t t mi^icf- \ o n l l In l p t i n l u . i l Ion b v n p p i o p i l I [I II IHUI ttOtl I I ( H I V t O " W l d t i l ' \ Im in i i t i o i -. p u l t l u buil'litir; s 10 i n t i i l l i n i ot I w o r k fo' ni in 1 . n \ ihii in! 1 n d I i \ i i i i - i u in 1 \ i i nt (. i v M I h ' in I n U ' Ii i- i i i r ' \ i i 1 n i -, l u i l i o n t i l l i i b i t b i i i i w o i K( d v th Ml [| ,\ \ r n ' ii 1 i n i \ i s M i e! i' \ ( 11 j i i n t b u n i i u p l o \ in u r f n v d 1 i I 1) i ·I' M t i r n n n i ' t i n | o|io al of Sc lo I o li t .!( |»llbhc i n l o w i i i '! ' l 11 s~u n i l i p l 10 p it i i i u i in i \ ni nt w l i u l ' TI i i I .1 loli pi ope i l I 1 111 l I 1 ll 1 H l l l l t l O l l C l l 1 t , \ 'i \ e a p p i o p i Uu i o n , V n i d i K l i u i n b f 11 M i s \ \\ liuinlx!! latrci! It i ier of I t o o h n i e i i J v c l i p*Tim dam"- ! i i i r i u (sion to w in h e'ts'troj fjaiden ni t l « i i t v He pla n i t t i n s t o n i g h t h i v o t i o i i o l w i t h i a l ) t U , i h u u e h i m No 1 IH ifiioil n u t l l M a r c h li ibb t t h u . ti ip] t i n IKH! A I i to C o u n t it c; P.I \ M n or i n i 1 b r i t i I hem w he i c* n n rn V r o t h f r i a« i b b i t n w i t h i n t i n i t i i nip, Uic in i t h it \ ( t i n , utd t n i l I I I I K ! it i on ot Mr ind I , and s*n 01 1 !ioj Scoi It f i o i n tin Si i t i dp A ild i a b l !!· and tifu ublx i ^ U H M l tO ht't l l l h l'er i Knts « h o i n n arc askr 1 to ^7 I l l s iH.rniit 0 xl i i i to IK ( I t m p V\ ird» n I h i l w ho w i H I In ^ v .11 do no ni lor t r a p p i n g i t j irid ti uih- a t 1 t i o \ t h o j nuil dp I utit ion PAUIS M a r c h I - 1 en I ' i o n md s o l d l t i s i n d 1 3 IM»0 p ) l i c t t b - n u u ^ u i l s o h ol Pins h ivi l i i i U i H t d i t t h e d i s p o j . i l o t t h e m i l l ! M I M v e t nor to p tMMit am - t i i i n i ) o i l b r i t · ITCHING SKIN VANISHED BY ANTISIPT1C ZEMO t ( it n I n u irx ir it ! \ u r 1 1 1 ri n m a k c u l i f o \ '/r-mo i h e N i - \ \ l O I . K M i r r h I -lib hi.-I mil e,( i I HIS J u n f s U i l c r c i i i f i ' - f i d h l i j t ' r o 11 men p k a ltd not j{uilt ti«lay t o t h o inn d ( r o l H e n r y daiv i i M h t u U bin i n md v,a r irtindcd t o J o m U i union ^ i t i i o u ! b i l l Hjker I v h on j ) r \ i o u - ' i j i p i r a i i t o i -^w.i^ -, r i i i t n j ul %\»i p i b unl n i \ n i t * * * \\ \faiirN(., r i r\ Mm i i I K , i d e m l l o o v o i i nt l i ( I n Si 11 il t( ' iv t i n i i outiijat on ol I hn i\ U i l l v s 'loledo Ohio m o t n o b i l f * n i a n n t a i I u r ^ i to IM M n i U d it i t 4 u n b i uloi t ( I ' u l md s m - i d i n ^ M^\ uid i 1' M »u I M t t bin ^ publish*, i v \ ' o d i 1 11 t « n t l v * k * \ \ A S I l I \ f . r o \ \ l i u h 1 -- 1 r e a d o u t litoou 1 - . i m i r d i | n n t t o n ' t ion il K t - o l U l K i i t o d i v u i t ' i o i l / n i p p i o l u i a t i o n ol i7 din) (MID i i l i i n i m i l 101 t h i f l i l t of Unman in 101 ui Hood a d rtioiiKht s ' n k n o n t l i ^ r u and mid wc*.L i rn si iton l l " IK 1 I n 1 Uoi v t i i i t h i s to P r B i CONTEST AGAINST A. 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MOORE'S WILL IS BEING PREPARED I t l i 1 1 I *· i!l ltd I ) ii b v K U - - O i u h i i t I 11 , u i · i tod i v \ i \ i ul r I' Vfoi ( i i d t h ii MK s- i i 'J i to M i - i M U M ) « i l « o in- \U l,opo!ili t nil . u u i d i n r 1 m bin )· l i t ' \ I o o i i t . estat« I I I - - I l l l l n UP to t I hi UU unba b · n tiled but t l i u i o w i ii'vc i r l u U 1 taul A n i o i i g tin 1 IK N l r t O d U O to QIHX i inp i i n to 1f list i ^1 I'l ^1.3 il l i e li t -- A« M i s 1 O'K-ull C a l v i t , i in U'ffiOll Mooit 0 fi!,lit the w i l l ot 1 it w a n t n r t h - f i H 1 i f h it- boe|ueitned loiolh f k n j a n i i n B u r u o I ai uso, f o t i O p ' i a Company to an a r t K k in the oil i\ is tf-tmiiited at \ a i i - - ODO HUO ^uior i w ill has not ie Ixsquoit to "\Iri l f d t i x l a t h e I'K'-IS i n l i s e p t i 1'ioiisiiul tun! t h a t /ma b r u i t s s w i l t u I i i C It in l u h l i i ) ' h e ' p a t i l l i \v c i u l i o c i l i f t t t k n and I P - tl n t t h e s k i n Lo n o r n il Foi -U irs / i n n h a s I p n el n n^ up s k i n i e 1 n t n i , p i m p l e s i L-JI i n « l o t t i o i »iklii i ! U i t l o i i i S e l O ! tic w i t h J U t 1 ^ o l i t e t i y w l i c r t -- J J L , Olc uiul f l O U -- A d \ l Us merit CAPONE LIKELY TO OVERSTAY HIS TIME IN PRISON POLICE UNEARTH 20-GALLON STILL NEAR UNIONTOWN Dy t i Itei' HI \, lai e Al' Co-pone ( hi w h o is ' D i v i n g t i m e I'en lien t lai y tor c ai Wfaioiis may be lie 17 tlu 1 - la lut w i l l IK w i t h tun* 1 off fo 401 '! his Is f x.atise (,ov not to i « t u i n from oi uibo u n t i l Mai th 1 i i - u a l str-ps a i o taki b l t a t e anothei (!M t i o \ t « i no! %s 111 h ive- apono P i c 1 1 lau n I - 'H( ai - asru gang loader In Hit* Kiiloi u d bi vonil M a i c h eiutilk'd to leave d hohuvioiu inoi Fishoi was IIH W««t IndicH and unl-e«H un- n it w i l l nef-wi- las bofoie- tho inn 1 - to sign thu w a s one of V u t o t i i K u u i nui ot i toi d i a i i t t o H Uso CUiBSliii d Ads. Tbo brinf result a Had Very Bad Case of Eczema. Itching Terrible. Cuticura Healed. ' f orty on* years ago 1 had some pimples coint on one side of my grcmi Dii-y developed into a very bad case nt eczema an sprtad to both sidex jnd on the upper part of one limb 'Ihe itching was «wme- thm4 toriililo, and in my sleep I used to scratch "About even months ago 1 read an advertisement for Cu icura Soup arid Omtm «nt and sent tor a free sample After using it I purchased tbr-» box*-, pf Cuticura Ointment and f h r c r cakt-s of Cui icura Sosp u - h i i h (.ompli'tcly heated me " iSigncd) Ci W Tarbell, Oe Vitt, N Y, July 10 ]Q -3 *v«n ^c O it -ncn' '* «nrf We Talcum "c Soli -verytrhcre Bum la each frr« D«tX H M«ld*n M«M TM U M O , , r O \ \ N M a t c h I \ .0 gallon s t i l l was lineal thi'd In m arly m o i n i n i ; laid by c o u n t v nt lU uil ( i t officer^. iod«y in tho \ V o l t c a d d i t i o n a u b u r b Tho s t i l l , it \\a- s u d \v.is tornid nt U.o homo ot N i c k K i a m c r a nipolo ki'd^t , I the R i c h m o n d l l u l i a l o i jilarit I h i e o h m u h f i t D i l l o n s o f incwh and t l u « Kall-oiih ot lintnli-ed liiodiRt were c o n f i t c a U d K i a m i i the -oflitc-ts Ix In vf li it nol ntetl th still fot a lont, t i t n i Si tiglti had the dry nut, been d r a w n how-evt't t h a t th* «»et put. Ins e q u i p - m e n t in o o p t i a t i o n \vliim all othoi Hources oC s u p p l y tailed Once th' white s ream began to t i i c k l c ho\\- t'vei, it t i u i c k l j x a i h - d UIL c a i t , ol the offlc n s Partlcip«tinR in the mid i i n t l e i tho diiection ot C o u n t y Detective Uo\\u HiK were SpMi.il iiuebti^i'toi W a l k e r , Slate P i t i o h n a n V t a u i f M «ni ( o n ^ l a b l o ^tvltei Hi own j I C i a n u i w i l l b o i « l ( , i s e ! undi » 1 0 0 U b i l l tor ii h f a i i t i K lietou a local ,ilkMiian HONOR ROLL IS MADE PUBLIC AT I, C. 11. S. I i i i i I n n e r as i n i o i n w vi in 1 1 t i t i n i sin ( f OH I mm i ul U.i H t i i I mm ic u it i om i j I n i H i p h sc '10 i i i l l o w si im i \ n n i Vi n e \ V n l !' On * M i r . Da\ i r i * M, n M i i n U mi) Iti ' i u l i n e H i t h b i r n f u n i f i '·Pc t; r !)ft\ n. J ;st p l i f I n n m m 1 1 i i del lltn KHz ib t h 1 u t l i i l iin u M i r \ I'dK in M it % / n s r i n M r n ! r w i r * K u h M n v ilsh an 1 M u i \\ i ' l i m * Sop n i d i f s fii n UL i n o i i r O l u n l o n N u n m i l Ma \ vgne «i ^ K i i* i l l Vi 11 \l in S n so * I i s l u m u I t om ts 1 (in! l e j h n H I I ' ' i n a l d ilrC a r t l n H h u d sh i ' h '(' in ri s dow- i f i l l i ^ c ) i n a n d M M \ \ i l l i i n s p c n L ( * l M i - 1 ,n itm h i f h i ^ t h o n o r s Scottish Judge Noted for Bathos on B -neb N e w J f appoii ted Judy's are ! ivarl ably warned nsnln-st tindui 1 loq mcltT on "the benrh A drend/ul eiam tie of »tili Terbo^ity Is found In the c PC of Ixinl Bskpiroyc, it Scots Judn of h u n - dred years nR° Fskgrove could ncrer be eciiitrnt w i t h n plain Btatemer , and his effoits to ndorn the tale on n led him Into almost Incredible dep hs of bfithon fonrtemninK n n i l o r to death fnr m u r d e r i n g a soldier h» dec aied: ".Not only did 3013 rnurili r hlnj, hereby he w a s bereaved of life, bi I jrou did thnist, or push, or pierce, t - project 01 propel the lothit v »»pon throuph hu regimental breeches vhlctx \\ere his m n j e t\ s" Oa anoth r occasion sentenrlnr two criminn s for hou-sebreakliiK w l i h violence, h ended a long r e c i t a l of th'lr crln ea by deploring "And i l l this you dl , God presets e ui j u s t ns the f n r n i h were s i l t i n g down to dinner"--Me i t i e a l btar. The f e a t u r e picture- for Thursday Pi iia i [id 4 uun!iy n 'Iho R p t u r n of S h e r l o k Hvlm« 5 w i t h f l i v e Brook in the l e a d i n g icle The Strand "Sfinon Dunes in iroh^s r l p h t i n t o n e w t r i u m i i l u In her lirbt a l l t i l l i n g f e i t u r e ' M a r i n m - v s h u h opened a t the -ilrar.d Th Ui D i i n b i r , Monday i ' l a i ' i ^ her e n t i l e r u l e in 1 i c n c l i ind d i i l ' H t d i a l )/uif tl \ U i c i o u i ( o m e d i o n n e ncgotKitcs a n e \ i p t i o n i l l y it I T K i i l L liar u tt -i/alion and Hud* tnii" to si iij ind ' M i n e and low n in t i n l u h t o r m o i i i t n t s ot t h e pn uire I h e IH v, i a IK K i rimmed l u l l of l t n i i x ! v mujtiii i l h i t - and Itolx 1 1 / Ix.onaid w l i o d n e i d i l ha^ s n i - r o u n d c d h i ' u t i r w i t h s u r l i s u p p o r t i n g plnv^ an ( . l i f t t l K i l o I K e ) Bdwarle, Be-JiHT H u b f n lt'b« rf ilfhon f^aw- renr*' Griv deoigo U i t t e i and many othert, of noti C,ru.v who ]lay^ tho doni;!ibn\ rol-e Davie( -(^n,, \\n\\ her lo%e ! icnes hrinsjing' i awe t l j Ivrical voi« h inn M)RI 1)a\les of n a t u r a l q u a l i t y md both in tho s(Kko-n [il 1 CU 0? QRPHEiUMTHEATR Tod ay--Tomorrow All Talking All Laughing Comedy a HI t h e t h e « -eon one Se,crefjirj Sljmsein 111. i/OMXVN M n c ' i i \ s e \ c i w c o l d f o i u ' f M i c t a i v ol S-t t te ll-ei l y L Stnnson todav lo w i t h r i i aw ten p o r i l j liotn tho n a s a l c o n t c ^ r o n c e I w i l l i « i n u n it h i ) ( o u n l i y reiid*nc Sat- mor v , foi "iovcMTl day*, it NV H an- nounceci being replaced by / tnbas- sicloi l i t i n h S ( i i h s o n ai a r t l u head ol tho A m - e r u a n delegaLion ScottduJe Woman ietn $a 0. ORJSENSHIUK! March 4 J u d g e Charles 10 \ V h i i l p u prissided est-er- d u v at Hit t i al ejf a, t i e a p a a s action In w h i c h llTith Kir her oi neai Scott- d a l e was the p U l n l i f l and 'J c -leace Donnelly tho d e l e n d uit The bu t ead- td In a verdict of V50 m favoi o£ tha p U d n t i l t I'atienfs ul HospHnl. Thom-aa O o n w a v of Mtorsou street \va.s admitted to tho Hospital oi a t h r o a t operation JUrw I t i f i a fhisteok -ol D a v i d s o n w i l l u n d e r g j an op- ration t o i le-movil of a oalara t Mi 1 - Maty All of 1 ast F i d n !·· avoiiie H indei- goinj? t i f itinont Talk on Nature by Prof. John F. Lewis \!i oi u o u i n i i t i io J t u i i soni-ethnif, ibont · w h a t Nature has done ior out c o m m u n i t y and th-e a t l u u t i o n s It ha k s p t o \ i d i » i lo! tho ln\e-rs ot o u t rlcMirs w i l l b o ncsontiMl tit t h - K i w inl-s C l u b omouo v u h r . n lolui F |,{ i i P],J i c s v n i n W n l o ? \ In ' h e I l l f r h ^rho-ol Till r l r l u f i i n i d d i t v s mi \ a t i n o Jntorost, m tho Counol'sMlle ((lonn Hoore Plltw. I l A . R R I S B l ' K i , M a n h 4 -- lepte- S L i i t a t i x G ( J l i M i n M o o n , \V, -ihlug- lon l o n i i t } , oni 1 ot t h e i n d e p n d e f i t leddct't in the JIou f f i i i d tod ty ioi H c p u h h c an i e n o n n u ilioti Patronlzn tfcoso advert Mt. CHES SHOULD GO " H UR Muiterolc mfrequrptly ef scbv« aftcrfiritapphaitionandi molly draw* nut muse'Jar «oren s«nd im by 5th hour All dru »l»U. in tr nl ^ u i i i i voice H ix-ords uid Of i-oun* ( ' l i f t Kel wards rould lx in the p i c t u r e w - i ' h o u t his famous like a n d h e stippliot, v f r i l t n n e f u i and. pay n n m b e i s in l i t , comedy- re' I of role Tho e t i l i i ^ production h is been handled u i u q u i 1 and t i i u c n e l with beatitiful pictorial and round .Umos- ph»rit f f f e d s Tin locale is ix«it war Fnine-e w i t h Mi'i, i)a\iv as, a FionUi p r i f t i n l R i r l w h o mvo up her A B P fiwofithoarl to can for hei old U n e p , blinded in t i n w a r Mrs. l l r i r r u s Hoivnctn Hoinp, Mi IHii,'!!^ I ! o \ v m i n of JOB Callf is v i n i i i i R it the honv of hor parbnts M i and M i e H D rihallon fvoiBOr at \ i m k r l u l t She had planned to toino WLS! in Miiy but h a v i n g rui o p p o r t u n i t y to tom^ w i t h a molor IHK p i r t j she took advantage of it and i f t o r t n o houn ' prop-nation s t i i t i H l on hoi j o u r n o \ \ h 1 i _ h v,ot completed Saturduj D«ci CIvis,itied Ads. Cost is Fuii'iH Pcisult.y are big ier^pus, Weak, No Appetijte "I am a factory worker. I got so nervous I cbuld not bleep at night. I felt weak and had no appetite. My mother recommended Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and I took two bottles. It helped me very much and I recommend it highly. I feel so much stronger, have a better appetite and work in the factory every day."-Dolores Winters, 842 Lawndale Avenue, Chicago, Zilmois. IS ^LLl Iri'iTAAAING Also All-Tallang Comedy, Movietone Act and Sound News STRAND THEATRE Dnnbar, Pa., Present Last Time Tonite Her first TALKING picture A LAUGK RIOT/ 1312 0 1 OANS to $ 300 i; I£ Tou Neod Money for Any J Emergency SEE US Fayette Loan Compeiny T i t l e T t u s t BI I f f , 5th Floor Connel s t t l l e , r,t folpphone 2 4 4 - 8«»! Bonded to 'he S ale Bi n D guests have to guess which is your house? A c h e e r f u l l y lighted porch and well ilhimi- n a t e d s t r e e t number give a cordial welcome. WEST PENN P O W E R . 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