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l-AGE TWO. DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. FRIDAY, JUXE 28. 1918. Miss Edna Snyder. daughter of AI- Miss Margaret Fagan entertained at lea Snyder o( Windber, and Thomas a delightful card party last night _at Ruane, son of Mr. and Mr',. P. 3. her hoffie in Crawford avenue, West Kuane of Fairchance, were married Side, m honor of Miss Tess Hopper yesterday morning in the Most Holy of Pittsburg, and Mrs. Sacrameat Catholic bur; Joseph Cav- church. Greens- anaugh of Philadelphia. Three tables Rev. Gilbert Staub officiated, were utilized and following the games The"bride was ?ttended\by Miss Mary! luncheon was served. Miss Hopper Kuane,' a sister oJ tc* bridegroom, was awarded a prize, James L. Ruane was best man."" Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the uow Mon- ahaa hotel. The bridegroom is foreman for the H. C: Prick Coke company at "Wynn. The twentieth anniversary of the Christian church will be observed tonight in the church with appropriate PRSONALS. Mrs. John Hoop of Beaver Falls is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Hoop, Sr., of Greenwood. Sirs. TV. M. Lysrager and two children of Pittsburg returned home today alter a visit with relatives hero and in Umomown. The best place to shop after all. exercises. A program consisting of I Brownell Shoe Co.--Adv. music and reminiscent talks will b e } given Refreshments will he served. The strawberry and ice cream social held last nignt m Odd Fellows' temple by the Business Women's Christian association, the proceeds to be for the benec o* the association and the Y. M. C. A. overseas war fund, was a great success. From* 7.30 until after 10 o'clock the young ladies in charge Mrs. G. M. 'Woodward and daughter, Edna, of East Apple street left this afternoon for Louisville, Ky.. where they will visit friends. Miss Edith Kooser left yesterday for Akron, 0.. where she will spend a part of her vacation with friends. Mrs. W. G. Seeley of Tt'est Crawford avenue went to Cumberland this morning. Mrs. R. E. Stillwagon and two chil- o£ the tables were kept busj serving, dran of Mount Veraon, 0., who have Quite a nice sum was also realized been visiting relatives here will re- froic the home-made candy and the turn home tomorrow. Mrs. Ella Mae Johnson and Mrs Lloyd Stillwagon fortune telling booths. The rooms were piettily decorated with Japanese lanterns and cut flowers. Each table held baskets and \ases of loses and sweet peas. Mus*c was throughout the evening. rendered About forty persons attended the regular meeting of the W. W. Pickett class of the Methodist Protestant will accompany them to Pittsburg. " For the best and cheapest repairs on that roof, conductor or spouting, see F. .T. Evans Estate.--Adv. · P. Bufano was in Pittsburg yesterday on business. This morning he went to Star Junction to look after business matters. Mrs. TT. E Chorpenning of Me- church held last evening at the home I Keesport has returned home after a of Mrs. J. J. Robson in Eighth street, Vlsl . wlth ner lunl _ i rs . Greenwood. A program, including porc o ; church place. . A. Devcn- CUNNELLSVILLE MAN CITED FOR BRAVERY Continued from Paeo One. Kejl, who was sent abroad after three and one-half weeks' training at Camp Lee. EBL K. PAL3THE IS 3fOVF OS~E OF THOSE OVJEK THERE. Friends of Irl K. Palmer know from cards received from him. that he is now among Uie number of young soldiers who have reached their destination Over There. ANOTHER JIOYEJCEST FROM CAMP JUiE IS Df PROSPECT. Max R. Floto writes from Camp Lee to aay that orders have been issued for the examination of those who will form the next contingent to be sent to join the American Expeditionary Forces in France within a short time. NOW RAISES 600 CHICKENS | After Being Relieved of Organic Trouble by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. HOWARD BLOSSER IS SAFE FBASCE. Mrs. Arch Holliday has received Howard France. Blosser is a member of Company A, j 313th. Machine Gun Battalion. word from her brother, Blosser, that be is safe ii Oregon, 111.--"I took tydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound for an organic trouble which pulled me down until I could not put my foot to the floor and could scarcely do my work, and as I live , on a small farm and \ raise six hundred chickens every year it made it very bard for me. "I saw the Compound advertised in our paper, and tried it. Jt has restored BUI SEJfflS HOME WOODEN SHOES. Mrs. O. P. Lenhart of PennsviUe, re- rny health so I can do all my work and I nm so grateful that I am recommer.d- inf it to my friends."--Mrs. D. M. ALTERS, K. E. 4, Oregon, 111. Onlywomen who have suffered the tortures of such troubles and havo dragged along from day to day can realize the relief which this famous root and herb remedy, LydiaE. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, brought to Mrs. Alters. Women everywhere in Mrs. Alters' ceived a letter from net son, Russell, eomJ 5s on shoQl ^ profit by he j recom . ,,,,. ,,, .. ,,,,, rr e o T,,., ,-..,,, f n_,, ( m?nd? tion, and if there are any com- B Mentions write Lydia E. Pinfcham'a isdicine Co., Lynn, Mass., for advice. The result of their 40 years experience is at your service. who is on the U. S. S. President Grant, telling of h'.s safe arrival from, his second trip to France. He sent his sister Frances a pair of wooden shoes. MJLRTDf ITBITES TO PARESIS Mr. and Mrs. David Cunningham of Vine street have received word ot the] safe arrival of their Bon, Sergeant, Martin Cunningham in France. Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham have two sons "over there," Sergeant Patrick Cunningham having arrived recently. HAS TWO SOXS AXD 1UUGHTEE Ef SEKTOE Bmil A. Weitz ot the 33th Infantry, writes his mother, Mrs. Ida "Weltz of Greenwood, of his safe arrival orer- For a dialed Skin Over 100,000 people have proven ibal nothing relieves the soreness like Sykes Comfort Powder One box proves ils extraordinary healing power. Fleshy people tafce notice. 25c at the Vinci and other drug stores The Comfott Powder Co., Boston, Mass. understand they are the only wooden buildings in France. The flowers arc all in bloom and the gardens arc fine. "Wooden shoes are a common thing and I. notice the women working readings by Mrs. J. J. Robson, Mrs. Maria Jones and Miss Imogene Rhodes, a talk by E. E. Grouse, and singing, with Mrs. Roy Minerd presiding at the piano, was Refreshments were served. rendered. Mr. rad Mrs. J. R. Polti. Mrs Alex Duncan and Mrs. Edna Scott of Dunbar' motored to Pittsburg yesterday. Mrs. A. Glynn Francis of Jamaica. -- |X. V., who has been visiting at the Mrs. Alexander Jonnstoni of Pitts- | ^ oms 0 { her tatber, J. B. Millard in burg, formerly of ConnelLsville, an-' T r e N O r street, went to Pittsburg this nounces the engagement of her daugh- | mO r.itag wnere she was joined by ter. Miss Eleanor Blackstone John- 1 her husband. From there they left stone, to Leiper Moore Robinson, son j f or Voungstown, 0 . where Mr. Fran- of Mr, and Mrs. Leiper Moore Rob'.n- . c j s !s engaged in government work. son of Richmond, "\a. M.ss John-) B IIY your fj re crackers and thun- | derbolts at Erberk's, Poplar Grove. I seas. Mrs. Weltz has two sons in the' around the docks wearing bloomers." | service and one daughter. Miss Frieda , There are three Reed boys in the ser- Gasoline, 26c. Wells-Mills Motor ; A __ a Rod cross, nurse, stationed at ] vice, George and Alva in France, and Camp Gordon, Ga Ernest O. Weltz is] Sergeant Harry B. Reed in Camp Lee, Car Company -- Adv. -- 26-4t. stone is known among the younger social sat o' Connellsville. Mrs. John J. Penrod, a recent bride, was tendered an aluminum shower lau evening at the home of her brother and sister-in law, Mr. and Mrs. on sale now.--Adv.--28-2t. Mrs. Logan Rush has returned home from a visit with her son and daugh- ter-io-law. Mr. and Mrs Maiwe-1 Rush ot Ohiopyle. Mrs. T M. Mitchell · of Ohiopyle James Ash, in Xorth Prosjiect street. was shopping in town today. Toe shower was given 05 -members ' y or ig years I have been making of the Ladies' auxiliary to lie Ancient | quality clothes for the best dressers Order of Hibernians, and vas a com- 0 town and they keep coming for more. Why 1 Dave Cohen, Tailor. at Camp Lee, Petersburg, Va. L. S. MAT IS PROMOTED TO FLATOOS SEEGEAST Sergeant L. S. May of the 319th Infantry writes his mother of his safe arrival m France. The letter states that the young soldier had been made platoon sergeant and bad a state room going over. SCOTTDAIiE ENGDiEBR Frank Reed, at home, expects to be called at any t_me. TEXTH OFFICERS In a IXTO SPBCIAI, SCHOOLS. letter to his father. Attorney Harold L .Robinson of Onlontovu, Lieutenant John L. Robinson, of Company 4, 110th Regiment, states that the officers of the reg-ment have been divided into different schools, each instructed b French officers in some SEAJHSG TBLK FH03TU? e cial branch of warfare as it has ale has arriv- develoi Walter White of Scottdi ed safely overseas according to cards received from the young soldier. He is attached to the 305th Engineers, Company F. oped on the western front plete surprise to Mrs. Penrod, who is the retiring president and at present record keeper of the auxiliary. About twenty-file persons attendid and presented Mrs. Ponrad with many useful aluminum articles. Various amusements were indulged in and a most enjoyable time was had. " ~ rod before her marriage Daisy Ash. --Adv. Miss Ruth Buckingham, a stenographer for the government in Washington. D. C , is visiting her grandmother, Mrs William Trump of East Green street. Miss Buckingham, who . is a daughter of Mr. and Airs. Edward was Miss ' Buckingham of McKeesport, will return to Washington next week. All early season hats, including models, reduced to one-half former -Mrs. Pen- The war dance to be given tonight at Shady Grove Park by Mrs. H. f . · price. We have everything desirable Snyder and Miss Katharine Frisbee| ln mid-summer hats, leghorn, Milan. for the benefit of the Red Cross promises to be a wonderful success. Judging from the Georgette and Organdie Hats, at McFarland's, Apple street.--Adv-28-21. ._.,,_ --.. -- Mrs. J. K. Gladden of Annapolis. a large sum will be realized for the jj,^ returned home this morning soldier boys who are in training ' a ""ftcr a ^ Tse wee ks' -mlt with he large number of tickets sold quite camps and overseas. Thf hours are from S to 12 o'clock. At 7.30 o'clock -a spec'al street car wil lU-ave for the son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and jt rs . A. 0. Stone Mrs. Mary Weaver, a clerk in the JOH5 15. McELHAXET ARRIVES OTEH THERE; I.IKES FRANCE In a letter to his parents. Mr. and i M"s. James McElhaney, John E. Me-, Blhaney wr.tes that he is safe, "some-, where in France." He likes the country, he writes. He says wh« troops marched through the streets of}!' England, the little kiddies would run up and ask for pennies. He speaks of the use of carts in France instead of wagons. He says he was only seasick one day during the trip across. Lieutenant Robinson has been assigned to an officers' sniping and ob- ser\ation school. "My school," he writes, "is the best in Uie place. In observation and sniping we have crawled, crept and stalked thi ough imitation 'No Man's Land:' we have shot th r cjgh telescopic sights and sniperscopps, a device for shooting over a parapet by the aid of a small periscope =30 that I the Srer is protected The work terosting and the instruc- mpetcnt i.nd decent follows The course is for four weeks and they are shoving right through on schedule." ALBERT WCTN' WRITES HE IS SAFE Df TEASCE __ Mrs Mary Coughenour of East Mur-uj i e arn ' va : A1TEETOX TOlTfl A.HOXG robots ACROSS. Mr and Mrs. James N. Dodson of Alverton received nord yesterday of Prance of their son, Dhy avenue has received word from Harry T Dodson or tho 136lh her son, Albert Munn, a member of Company D, SMth. Gun Battalion, that he is safe in France. He had been in training at Camp Sherman, O. accommodation of the guests, leav- j ladies' ready-to-wear department at " ..55 | Kobackers' store will leave tomor- or- , row for Chicago to spend a month's ·'ing on tha return triii at 11.55 'o'clock. The music by Kiferle's - chestra will be one of th( biggest at- ! vacation- tractions of the dance. A program of Mrs. A. S. Brobst of Greenaburg, the newest and most popular dance was the guest of her sister, Miss Julia music will be rendered. Guests from j Zimmerman, today. Connellsville, Putsburg, McKeesport, | jirs. Corinne V. Borland of Mc"Uniontown. Dawson. Scottdale and other point* will attend. Keesport, arrived here this afternoon LEISEXELSC DBAFTEE IS HOXOE GCEST. A very enjoyable farewell part} was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Manges at Pleasant Level Farm, Tuesday evening, m honor of theii son Albert, who is among the draftees who left for Camp Lee Wednesday evening. About fifty relatives and friends were present. Various amusements were indulged in and at a late hour luncheon was served. rhino Gun company Dodson is a brother of Mrs. Charles S "Woods of Mnrrell avcmie, Connellsville. A special meeting of the Knights of ·Columbus will be held tomorrow night ·at 8.15 o'clock in the K. of C. rooms ib the Title Trust building. Mrs. C. E. Stout has closed her studio in West Apple street for ths summer, resuming her instructing in the fall Mrs. W. H.'Stump eniertained the knitting unit to the Woman's Benefit association of the Maccabees last evening at her come in Snyd«r street. The oveniag was spent ai knitting for the soldiers. Miss Irene Derhammcr, who has to visit Mrs. H. P. Snydar. Word has been received hera of the death of Mrs. Barnes of Middleton. W Va., mother of James Barnes, formerly of this city »nd now located in New York. Try our classified mdvertirem.--its. CAPTAIN OF DRAFTEES Was Fred, Xot "Bert," Tho»«s; Sec- ond'of Thomas Family IB Service. An error was made in these columns yesterday in designating "Bert" Thomas mstead of Fred Thomas as captain of the 'draftees who left Wednesday evening for Camp Lee. Because his name appeared in the list as William Fred Thomas, with Pitts- CORPOBAL McEfTYHE AEMTES OVERSEAS. Friends of Corporal C. E. Mclntyre FEED SCAEUT AEEIVES ACItOSS ATLANTIC. Word has been received hero o[ the safe n i n v n l of Prod Scarry in France. FOXT) OF MFT, IN' FIIANCE, SVIS ILFX. /EMCA. Miss Ruth Stillwagon has received a letter from Pr.va.to Alexander Zelka, Company B. 320th Machine Gun company, stating he has armed ir. France. He is fond of the now lite, the letter says. TOST COME SEE. Tr,e HOME of QUALITY and SERVICE 129 to 133 N PITTSBURG St. CONNELLSVILLE. P COi'N'ELLS- TILM'S GEEATEST STOEE. This Store Is Famous for Its Creative Ability--You'jl Find No End of Interesting Ideas Here. Suits worth up to $32.50 now - Suits worth up to $37.50 now - Suits worth up to $50.00 now - - - - - $19.95 - - $24.95 - - $32.50 Suits are exclusive new models of elegance, copied after foreign style creators of note. Other models show finest of man tailoring, smartness and simplicity of style and richness of fabric. Materials ire Poplins, Serges, Shepherd Checks and Imported Worsteds. Our large assortment includes a model for ever} type of woman or miss. All the correct new style in Coats for street, sport, travel or dress wear. Sale price $15.00 up to $32.50 500 new Georgette Blouses have arrived for this extraordinary sale on There is 'enormous assortment of every new style effect in a marvelous array of colors. $6.00 and $7.00 Blouses in this sale at Special Sale price Saturday. Newest for summer--slip-over sash models and sleeveless coat models. Sweaters of Silk, Fibre Silk and Shetland Wool. Special Sale Price $3-95 up to $15.00. Sample Sale Mothers should avaid themselves of this opportunity to buy Coats for the girls at One-Third less than the real value. The most exclusive stunning styles of Coats at a rpice that is away less than materials alone could ordinarily be bought for $5.00 Coats, Sale Price $3.33 ?6.00 Coats, Sale Price $4.00 $3.95 Coats, Sale Price $2.64 $7.50 Coats, Sale Price $5.00 $10.00 Coats, Sale Price $7.50 $1.95, $2.95, $3.95 and $5.95 Why pay $3.00 to $5.00 more elsewhere for fine hats when you can come here tomorrow and choose from an assortment of height of style millinery at $1.95, $2.95, $3.95 and $5.95. Charming Hats for matrons and youthful hats for young women and misses. Tib© HAKBT XiLLAIU) KE'iTEHS AFTEE rUllLOCGH. Sergeant and Mis Hirry Millard of Perryopolis, havej-ecelved word of I o f t Wednesday night for Groenvlle, Corporal I'S. C., where Sergeant Millard, who h. Company attached to Company I, 323rd Infantry, is stationed at Carnp Sevier. Accompanied b yhis T\ ife he spent a 10- day furlough with ConnellsvilU GEORGE HlLL. George Hall, 67 years old, of South Brownsville, an employe of the H. C. Prick 'Coke company at Newton, fell dead yesterday morning while at work. Funeral tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock from the house, with interment at Parmtagton, Pa The de- ceftseri was a dynamo engineer and appaiently was m his usual health when he left for work. He is survived by his widow and three sons. KEEP YOUR SHOES NEAT his safe arrival in France Mclntyre is a member of G, 146th United States Infantry. TYei! in CnmbcrianiL Daniel GaiUn and Viva Wilkes, both of TVhitseU, Arthur Llewellyn and Ethel Thomas, hoth of Pairchanco; Daniel Baugh.nan, Pleasant Unity, and Bertlia Ke'-cher, Trauger; Alva Inks and Elizabeth McKittrick, both of Unioniown. were granted marriage licenses in Cumberland. WHITE LIQUID White WHITE CAKE ADELAIDE F01KS HEAK I'EOM S01DIEK OTEESEAS. Mr. and Mrs Henry Cossel of Adelaide received a card from their son, Corporal I. J. Cossel of the 313th Field Artillery, Headquarters Company, stating that he nad arrived safely overseas. knitting and music. ed by the visitors. Lunch was serv- A community prayer siTvice -will be held this evening at S o'clock at the home of Mrs. Prank Frutchey, 1005 Aetna street. OverTheTop To win every brsafefasi appetite POSTTMJTIES 30ns were not aware the young been a cr.pple for tour years, was , burg as hjg addresSi a number of per- tendered a iaadkerchief shower last evening at her home in "Woods ave- ,nue, W^st Side, by members of Trinity Lutheran church, of which Miss Derha-'nmer is a 'member. The affair was imder the direction of Miss Meta Weltz. Toe evening -was devoted to STAB JTTfCTIOS BOT OTEE THEEE. Miss Anna Cupcheck of Broad Ford, received word of 'the safe arrival of | friends. COT,E TO BECOME. A XAYAL KRISTER. "Louie" Cole, one of tie 31-ers, and who learned the printing art in The Courier school, has enlisted as a linotype operator in the Xavai Reserve, and is awaiting assignment to duty in the office of some naval periodical somewhere afloat or ashore. Dog Snallons Diamond. While a daughter of Oliver Wli Hates of Uniontown, was playing with a pet dog yesterday the animal grabbed her by the hand. Shortly afterward Miss Williams noticed t-iaf a set from her diamond ring, valued at 5150, was missing. It is believed the dog swallowed it. BtOl-Beattr. The marriage of Miss Jane Hell, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Halpi Bell of Smlthfield, and J. C. Beatty, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Beatty of Vuacer- bilt. was solemnized Wednesday morning at 10.30 o'clock at the home of ae bride, with Rev. Bell officiating. Following the ceremony polntcd luncheon was prettily served. i.p- bride's father was formerly pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church at Vanderbilt Upon their return from a weddtas trip Mr. and Mrs. Beatty will be at home at Dawson. (.ton, in France. Shumar, who is attached to Batter}' B, 315th Field Artillery, received his military training at Camp Lee. man is Fred Thomas, the son of R.i l i e r f " end ' Jolnl E ' Shumar of Star O, Thomas of East Green streeti Hav- Jl TM ctil lag been engaged in the government service as a member of the en,5ineer corps located Et Pitlsburg, the latter city has been the young man's place of residence for sometime. Two members of the Thomas family are ,now in the military serrice, Lieutenant John Thomas, of the veterinary department, Medical Officers Reserve Corps, having been sta timed at Camp Dix, Wrightsvllle, N. J., for several months past. FERBIOPOLIS IOK5G 3LVX IS MADE A COKPOEAJ, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Mclntyre of Perryopolis have received a letter from their son, Charles Emory Mc- lntyre, who is in the 146th Regiment in France, saymg he has been promoted to corporal. XEJOJE11ED FABElYEJjL, THBEE BEEDS OF TAXDEKBILT Ef THE SEETICE Mrs. W. J. Reed of Vanderbilt has received a letter from her son, George E Reed, who is with Company I, 319th Infantry m France. He says that Alva Reed, a brother, Lou^s Marotti, William Jacobs and Clarence Burbin were on, the same boat with him going over. The camp In France 13 not near as nice as Camp Lee, he writes, but he does not expect to be in it for more than a week. "Ifliave not seen any. frame buildings except the barracks," ne writes, "and I Percy IVoinan fl'itt Enter Got eminent Sen ice in IVashington. Miss Drusilla Towler, daughter ot Mr. aad Mrs. Robert F. Yowler of Pcrc, teft this morning tor "Washington, D. C., to enter the service of the government, having been appointed a telephone operator by the Bell Telephone company, after completing toe course as prescribed by the training school In Pittsburg Wednesday evening Miss YonJer was tendered a farewell party at her home by a number of her friends. Rev. "W". H. Gladden of Greenwood, was among the speakers. Festival a (jucccss. The festival of the South Connellsville nVemen, being held on the school lawn at '-hat place, was a complete success last night. The department Mill hold the festival again tonight and tomorrow evenm;. A percentage o£ the proceeds will o to war relief. Dressing FOR MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHiippEfJs SHOES 1 .: Tht F F DAHEY UHtruKttlONS. IIMUIED. lOFFALP. H!W, ,, Infant Dies. George Markl, one month old, infant sea o£ Mr. and Mrs. George Marld, died yesterday Funeral services were held this morning from St | John's Slavish church in the "Westi Side. Interment in St John's cemetery. Knights of Columbns Meeting. A special meeting of tue Kniglits of Columbus will be 'held tomorrow evening at 8.15 o'clock in tho club rooms. Title Truu building. All members are requested to be present --Adv--28-2t. Undergo .Throat Operations. Hazel Green of South Connellsville and Morris Shi. of Murphy avanui-. underwent throat operations yesterday morning at the Cottage State bos- pi tal Storfc Leaves Son. Mr. and Mrs. Lou W Miller ot Pennsvllle, arc receiving congratulations upon Uie birth of a son Saturday. COASTL/NE to The deligbu of your vacstion btiin the moment you hoard a D C. Coaat Line Steamer for beautifol Madunac IsUnd--for naif of tec delight* are in the Lake voyage. Railroad ticketa arc honored on ail D. C Line eleamen without extra charge. The D._4 C. Insi£oi» 3-wurei the best in appointment*, cuiiioe, and painmicinc cei-vice. Safely and betJLh provwioni ttre all that could be detired- A)I steamers *rc equipped wJrb Jarc*! *rirt) water ii f tcriluctl by ultra violet ray proceed. TVo iplendid vewcU-C3ty of M P ckin=c II and O'y of Alpeoa JI--operate four timci a week to Mnckinac IiUnd From Toltdo Mondays and Saturdays 8.30 A. M . Toctdayi and Thursday* 6-00 P. M. From Detroit Mondays and Saturday* 5-00 P, M , Wednesdays and Fnday* 8.30 A. M Send 3 cent stamp for illuttrsted pamphlet and Greet Lakes map. Addrcu L. G. LKWlS. G. P.A.,9THlrd Avenue, Detroit, Mich. TO MACKINAC ISLAND Prom . Buffalo $11,00 % Round tnp 1900 % From t Cleveland $ 9 00 I Round tnp 14 00 Z From " Tolr-do $7.25 ·jj__ Round trip 13.00 From Jacques Bon Bon Party. Monday night, July 1. Markell hall. Kiferle.--Adv.--2S-3t From Sunny SootU. Mrs. S. D. Alguire yesterday re- ceived'a box oE maugoes from a friend in St. Petersburg, Flo. 3Toce Brothers Expand. J Mace Bros, or Greensbarg have pur-! chased the clothing store of Sol Marks ' m Greensbur Sour stomach, clossed up bowels, pj,np]iis, blackheads, fou] breath, are, e^ ils of constipation. Ilollister's Rocky .Mountain Tea regulates the bowclb, purifies the stomach, expels decay matter Irom system. Nature's wondrous herbs. Positive results. 35c. Tea or tablets. Connellsvi-lle Drue Co.--Adv. Patronize those \rho" advertise. Use one soothing, _ cooling application of £~ n Ion Vfmiz Anything Advertise iQ our Classified Col

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