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PAGE SIX. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVIT LE. PA. MONDAY, MARCH 1 10, 1930. V P E R S O N A L M E N T I O N Mi98 Blanche- C Dowling returned to resume her duties as miwtlc supervii- or In tho schools of Ahqulppa after spending the -wook-Mid with nor mother, Mrs. Blanche. Dowlinig. Dr, Stuart Scott announces removal of office to 302 Second National Bank Builiing.-»~Advertl8meut -- Graar-6t. Mrs. Margaret Woods of South Propped street and sistei, Mrs W H Means and daughter, Eleanor of Port y, visited Mrs Wbods' daughter, Mrs Elizabeth Wood \ Hisson, vrho is a patient in the Westmoreland Hospital, Oroonaburs, yesterday. Mrs. Hlx«n, who vas injured when a shifting engine struck th« car *»ie was driving, is reported to be getting along nicely Shu has regained consciousness. Miss Alice Hornei of Unlontown, ·na^ calling on friends here Saturday. Mlsa Homer Is a former teacher m the city schools For some years past ahp has been in instructor in the Uniontown schools. Miss Mary Elizabeth Betghley, of Krt'-t Cedar aveuue, for the last two jears a student at the Indiana State Teachers College, arrived home Saturday from th college and this morn- hip took tip her duties as a student technician in the- laboratory ot tu« Uniontown Hospital Mws Ellen Shorrlck and Miss Ann "Mellon, d!rectr«*s of nurses at the Homeopathic Hospital, Pittsburg, spent the week-end vvlth the former's parents, Dr. and Mrs. F N Sherrtck if Kast Apple street. .Mrs. J N. Callaglian of Masontoun vpi'tit the week-end with her motlier, M r s . Dorcas Stillwagon of East Ai/ple bticct Beit Armstrong and H. J. Crawford, bo'h of Pittsburg, t.pent several days us the guests of the latter'a parents, M i . and Mrs. J. Allen Crawford of OH w son. M M. Cochran of Uniontown was a Mismebs. caller in Dawaou Saturday Miss Bettie Crawford of Dawson spent 11/.6 week-end with Mis. G. Ray Miller ot Uniontown. Miss Myrtle Congheuour of Aetrii street has returned home from Akron, Ohio, where she was the guest of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Glilespie and her brother. Kills Coughenour. She was accom- piuiled home by her little niece, Zane Huey, daughter of Mr^. Cillespie. Oeorge Bleber, ,lr.. Albert Brickman, Andrew Brown. Charles T. Giles, Harry Lewellyu, E. C Ixiornis, D. A. McCleary, Rose Mtuerd, Miss Florence Patterson, Herbet t Shank, E J. Smutz, Mrs. Margaret Kennedy, all ot Connellsville, and Harry Geary of Conn-ellsville townnhip, are serving as jurors in U n i o n t o w n this week. Mrs. C. li. Kirn ball and daughter, Miss Korence. of Dunbar were Untou- Uiwn visitors Saturday. Mrs. Carl Rosen jaum of Uuiontown has returned home from New York, where she visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund Florsheim. Mrs. Frank De-smoue has returned to her home in Crawford avenue, U'eiit Side, after a visit with her i ephew and niece. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Cuppett of Uniontown. William Leiilg of New Kensington, v.ho spent the past two weeks aa the guest ot Mr and Mrs. C liar lea Wooda oC Morrell avenue. Greenwood, returned home last evening. His son- ia-law and daughter, Mr.'and Mrs. J. 1.. Courtney und their son, BobbN, cf .New Kensington motored here to accompany him home. Mr. Lessig is an uncle of Mrs Woods. Mr. and Mrs U G. Jolniiytln of McKeesport and son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Vance Wilson and family of Mouehfeen, were guests 6f Mrs. Johnstin's bister, Mrs. Clara Martin ol Trader avenue, Sunday. Mrs. J. L. Lowue), Sr., and daughter. Miss Anna, of Kdna street were KUeatB of the former's brother and Mlater-In-law, Mi and Mrs. John Ooyne of Pittsbui s; Sundaj. Mrs. W. S Anderson of Scottdale 'was a ConneJlsvilio visitor today Misfl Jennie Vance ot West Cedar -iveau», who is at the home of her brothtr-in-law a-id sister, Mr. and Vlrs. W B. G l l l l l a u d of Bell»vue, is reported to be slightly improved Miss Vance ha.s been at the Ullliland home since being clinch irged from the West Penu Hospital, 1' ttbburg, Mr. and Mrs Charles Hershey ot Beaver Falls vis.ted -it the home of the former's sia'ulniother, Mrs. Fannie B. Vance of West Cedar avenue, Sunday. Mrs. D. B. C.lasi of Huston, formerly of Connellsville, H ill with pneumonia, according to word received by Mrs. B. M. Ucho-rd of East Gibson avenue, her daughter. Her son, Park R. Glass of this eit, will leave tomorrow tor PUtston Mr§. Gerald Palmer und little son, Ci«rald, Jr., of Wheeling, W Va , h a v e returned home after a visit with the Connegr's parents. Mr and Mrs. C H. W«lHg«rber of Vine street. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Byers and daughter, Edith, of Donoiu, were guests of JMr». E. E. Uurfcholdei of Sycamore *tir«et Sunday. Mr, (Ad Mr*. C H Weisgerber und two graadchildron, Betty and Howard Welsgerber, and Mra. Clyde Burkett und little son, Sonald, motored to f-iulcrvill* Sutulny and visited Mi. Wei»gorb«r'a Ulster, Mrs Ml Han Street, Mrs. Burkett ia a daughter ot Mr. and Mra. Wstog«rber. Miss Helen DSWBOII spent the week,HU| with bar parents, Mr and Mrs. I John Dswson ol 111 East Patterson mrenue. She was accompanied by her grandfather, John Reckley of Cumber- 'iarui, Md., whare she attends school Mr. Dawson is the new master mechanic of the Oonnellsvilie Uivl- ·tou, Baltimore Ohio Railroad. Swiftest, Eatievt Way to End Biliou^ Spell When you neglect those tost symptoms of constipation 1 --bad breath, coated tongue, Hstlessittes.t, the whole system soon suffers Appetite lags. Digestion slows up You bocome headachy, l zzy, bilious. It's easy to correct sluggish, bowel action! Take a candy Oascaret tonight. See how quickly --and pleasantly--the bowels are activated. All the sourin? waste Is g e n t l y propelled from the system. Rei;ul vr and complete bowel action ia res ored. Cascnrcts are made frrra pure cascara, a substance which doctors agree actually strengthens bovel muscles. All drug stores have Ca carets, lOc. --Advertisement MICHAEL SOBLOTNE DIES AT OWEN .DALE; RETIRED SHEET WORKER Special to Th« Courier. SCOTTDALE, March 10,--Michael Soblotne, 67 years ol«l, died Saturday evening at h i s homo in Owensdale, where he had been-a resi dent for the past 28 y^irs. Ho was oiie of Fayette coun y'8 rooet respected citizens. He ·».ia a member of the German IjUtuemu Church IK" Connellsvlllo. Formerly he was employed at the Old Meado* plant of t'he American Sheet Tin Plate Company. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Augusta Soblotne, and the following children: Otto ot Kokomo, Ind., Lewis of Scottdale, and Mrs Cuarles Schaeffer of Owensdale. The funeral will be held tomorrow afternoon at 3.30 oVlock at the United Brethren Church ot Owenadalo with Rev. George Deitz, pastor of the German Lutheran Church of Gon- nellsville, officiating. I!v. Mills, pastor of the Owensdale church, will assist Interment will be made In Soott- Aale Cemetery. PLEASANT RELIEF FROM CONSTIPATION S'loulderi drcop und T weight of years, yJung, yet )euJt Iu»a fled. Cheeks aro sallow an.I drawn, tln- sttfhtly pttnploa. Keep your »y»t6rn clean and you keep t ie beauty of y o u t h . Its energy It* irroslutlblo charm. Then l i f e is noi a f a l l u r o dogged bowels and inactive Kvpj- causa poisons to suep li rouifti the tys- tem Health vanished and with U beauty und cnerg. Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets ivill help save you from this dark hour. For -0 ye.irs they have been prescribed in pltu s of calomel to men and w o m e n srck nK health and freedom from t otisUpa'Um. Ttitfy act easily and smootnlv Ko dangerous griping. Tako niffhtty before retiring. Results wlU aniaie } i Thousands of men ar I w o m e n woultl nov^r be w i t h o u t L)i. Udvvarda Olive Tablets, a vegetable oo npound. KJIOW them by their olive uo' " l.'ic, 30c »ril tttc. Ail drugrglsts--A lerti3emP|Jt. DAVISTOWN REVIVAL IN ITS FOURTH WEEK The evangelistic m eting8 at the Davistowu Evangelical Church are progressing and are marked by increased interest and ittendance. Rev. G. S. Baggett f Liverpool, N. Y , le conducting thi revival, which Is entering ite Court v week The meetings will close n xt Sunday evening. H Ia proving t be one of the ! most eucceusful r«vi\ ils ever held in the Indian Creek Valley. Last week Rev. J a i o b L Kooacr of Couneltavllle wa« In attendance and provided music. The new church building will be dedicated sometime I i J u n e , If was sulO Cuke Offices Itinsucketl, UNIONTOWN, Man li 10 --With the customary hundreds pusHing just below him, a thief Saturday removed the strips holding tl e gloss in the office door of the f'u Itan Coke Company, second floor ot he Harah build- Ing and ransacked thi office. Nothing of -value watt taken. Thai cold may lead to something serious, if neglected. The time to do something for it is now. Don't wait until it develops 'into bronchitis. Take two or three tablets of Bayer Aspirin as soon as you feel a cold coming on. Or ag soon as possible after it starts. Bayer Aspirin will head off or relieve the aching and feverish feeling -- will stop the headache. And if your throat is affected, dissolve two or three tablets in a quarter-glassful of warm water, and gargle. This quickly soothes a sore throat and reduces inflammation and infection. Read proven directions for neuralgia, for rheumatism and other aches and pains. Genuine .Bayer Aspirin ia harmless to the heart. ·t AVI; K » tk* tnuU nurk ol Btytx Uuatectei* el lie n · \ MISSIONARY WILL SPEAK AT SCGTTDALE TO METHODIST WOMEN Mrs. R Ij. Archer of iho Netherland Indies will be the prliclpal sr-eaher at an all-day meeting ot the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of the McKeesport District of the MeUodiat Episcopal Church Thursday, Miroh 13, at the Scot tdale church. She will hav« linens and basketry on display. The morning session will opn at 10:30 o'clock. Conference and district officers will be present and give suggestions for the work of Use scciety. Echoes ol the sixtieth anniversary relebrution held hist October in, Columbus, Ohio, will be given Tno young women, of the Jubilee Circle of the Scottdale church w i l l give a demonstration entitled ' Bonka of the Balkan " Articles and school work made by the children ot the Orleut will also I* on display. An award will be glv«n to the auxiliary having the largest number of representatives in attendance at the meeting. Lunch will oe serve at Q'jon by women of ib« hostess society. MARTIN R. LOUCKS OF SCOTTDALE DIES AT LOCAL HOSPITAL SCOTTDALE, March 10 - M a r t i n R. Loucks 72 ye-irs old, died Saturday evening at th9 Connellsvills State Hospital, aftei an illnes- of two weeks. He was a son of the late Mr and Mrs Jacob S Louckb He wa-s a member ot the Mennonlte Church Surviving are two sisters, Mrs Ada Martin of Ooshen, I n d , «ind Mrs. Cora L Brllhurt ot Scottdalc, and flvo brothers, A. R. Loucks, Darld S,, Aaron. John R. and George, all of Scottdal«. The funeral service w i l l be held tomorrow afternoon at 2.30 o'clock at the Mou.ionite Church. Intonnrni will be made in Scottdale Cemetery. Stolen Autos UNIONTOWN, March Iff.--One ad- dltlonul automobile stolen and four prevlou»ly taken recovered is the summary ot the stolen automobile docket at the Uniontown police station over ·the week-end. Five oars have been taken within the last three days here. !· Meed of Honethjitg 7 Then ··· oar ClmslfUsd Column*. An Allcock Tonight RELIEF FROM PAIN and Soreness tomorrow! Only C:«Mt a Quarter The p o p u l a r i t y of AHcock'j Porous Plant era grows with the years. The original of all porous plast- MRS.LYDAFORTNEY DIESJTSCOTTDALE SCOTTDALJ3, March 10. -- Mrs. Lyda Jane Ruth Fortney, 75 years old, wife ol John C. Fortney of 137 Market street, died at 10:35 o'clock thin morning She was a member of the United Brethren Church. On November 14, 1928, Mr and Mrs. Fortney celebrated their golden 'wedding anniversary. iln addition to the husband, the following 'children survive Charles, ConneUevill*; Harry and Raymond, Scottdate, Mrs. S. K. Webb, Srottflate; Mrs. Oeorge Duncan, Mount Pleis- ant; Mra. W S. Scott, Now Kensington. Brothers und sisters .°arriving are- Mrs. James Sloner and Frank flulh, Scottdale; Joseph R u t h , Denver, Colo., and Blair Ruth ol Kama as. The funeral service will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock In the United Brethren Church ot Scott- daie. Interment will be In the Scott- dalo Cemetery. Pinchot Enters Governor Race; Dry Platfoim By THOMAS E. WILLIAMS, United Press Staff Corresponds U HARRISBURG, March 10.--Oil ord Pinchot's hat is in the ring. * The 'former governor tossed his sombrero into the Pennay^raaja i oli- tlcal arena with the »anouacwi ent that he would again *pek the R«i ub- llcan gubernatorial nomination He will a t t e m p t to duplicate his feat of 1922 when he swept aside the divided leadership of the Ropubl can state organization and woo the gu er- natoril nomination. HU candidacy for (he Roptibl can gubernatorial nomination makes the tight over that nomination a ttree- cornercd affair. Deputy Auditor (kineral Samu 1 S. Lewie and formei Attorney O«t *r*. Francis Shunk Brown are the c ihw two entries. Whether Pinchot w i l l play a lone hand or whether h* will head a om- pleto independent slato ia the Kc ?ub- lican primary has aol b*ea rove vied. Adhorlng to bit old Uzne couvic lona he l« expected to make the race n a bone-dry platform. So far the othor two candidiMe for the Republican gubernatorial not .ina- tion hav« not dt-cl*r..-d tbenutelw a oa the wi and dry isuuc. In making hit* cntCtidacy publi today Pinirtiot broke on" rt hi old traditions. Heretofore the former j;o v *rno baa made hl» important political an- nounremeniB on the I3tti !»y o the month, holding to the ballot th .t 13 was his lucky number, Bedidus the Pine hot dtfclarttti' n ot his gubetrnaloHl tandiducy here were other Important developmoi U in the Republican situation ove: the week-end Annouticuments by M tlliai i S. Vure's physiclanu that they dl. not tbiak it aitvitiabUt for him to ta .e an active part In', a political cam- *5gn, fallowed i lonely on the hi»els of ^ are's arrival iu Philadelphia Saturde r ai- teruoou Irom his Florid»t reteat These announcements bore 01 t tbe previous forecasts that Vare ^ouW drop his ambition to 8««k vindication by agalu becoming a candidate t r the Republican nomlnUion to the 1 nited States Sedate. The Philadeiphian will throw all ot his resources buck of the ticket headed by Brown lor jiocveruo · and Secretary of Labor Jaiwea J. Da/is for senator. Davis' aunouuci-miMit of hie andi- dacy is expected at any time n- w. Another important developmei t ww the probabte slatin* of former Lieutenant Governor A r t h u r H. J n f f w lor Suprem'o Court on the Brown Davii ticket. James had been impcrtuned to accept that place on the Grundy Lewis slate "Invaluable" Say Society Women it Fat* Powl«r i* ·red by kraut fu) WOUHMJ \'f? no trace of liakin«*i _ H-i Station. Staya oif |ODger -- no tide by ^ p»«r Prrneh ·process- p r e v e n t 8 lajgrc pore*. %weads tt'lriirn V r r s pi ! Jt*af f Pow d - woadV'ful. Con- - ers, their wonderful pain-relieving properties pave made th. m the favorite of millions, when see king relief from muscular (stiffness, chest colds.aorenese. sprains and lasnaness. Just cut an Allcock IVnxis Plaster to the siie and shape required and apply ii to the sore spots. waich bow the penei rating medication se*aiuto draw the lameness and soreness right out. You'll surely be amazed, OdorUas -- yon csa put one on and go anywber*. Ttm OMllcation lasts for *W. Blcatf et teiuu ra of Alkock Poraui ««·.«· bM BOMCO goo I. B« wrc to ask (or f ;r ' PLASTERS MRS. MARY BRUNER IS DEAD AT HAMMONDVILLE MOUNT PLEASANT, .March 10.-Mra. Mary 8, Bruner. 71 years, qlx moiitbfl aiMl 21 days old, died at her home at Hammondvllto Sunday atter- UOO71 at 1 50 o'clock. 81u Is survived by th« following children: (l»orge and Duvlii Brinittr, at bom»; Mrs, Haltie Millar, Mount Pleasant; Mra, Ollto Scnltu Martin und Mra, Kacuel Truus- well, Wyuino, and Miss Lydia Bruuer, Will to Poetofflce Tha funeral service will b» h«ld Wedneedtty afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Fr^e Metlwxlist Church at Bridgeport, with Rev. G S. Richardson ofll- ciatiag Interinonl. will be made in Greenlick Cemetery. T. E. YOUNGBLOOD DIES SUDDENLY AT CUMBER) AND % Thomas B. YonngWood, 47 yeans old, of Cumberland, Md , died 1 1 noon today from hea'i t disease, 1 6 wes transportation yard oar ,iE ipector foreman of the B.iltlmoie Oh o Hail- road in Connellsvllle until ''o Sxnit a month ago when ln WHB taken ill, ^r, Youngblood ha« been 1 1 Con- nellBVitlo «(nce 1923. H» KX: ami (u tho city. ( Fallowed Ord*r« Mistress--Why didn't y«u | ut the WAterinelon in tlte ica bmc H I told G Wear CWn Clothes Special! March 10th to 15th SUITS --and- O'COATS 1 HI Cleaned and @ is Pressed I Phone 813 Phone S14 The GOODWIN Co., Inc Cleaners Dyers 01 MRS. LOUISE B. CR1DER DIES AT DUNBAR HOME Mra. LouUie B. Crider, 64 years old, ·wife of C. J. Crider ol Dunbar, died at 2 o'clock Sunday morning at her home from complications. She was twioe married, tier first husbaad passing away in 125. She is survived by her husband and three children. Mrt. Morgan Dean of Dunbar and Michael Bereiter and An- dtrftw BereiKsr of tJniontown. Twelve grand-cblldrea and ono great-g-rand- child also survive. The funeral will be hold Wednesday morning The cortege will meet at. th« late home at 8:30 o'clock. Mass will bo read at 9 o'clock at the St. AloysluB c;hurch with Kev. Fatfter John Lyons, pastor, officiating. Interment will bo nuulti In the cliurcn cemetery Cut This Oat -It is Worth Money. Send this and 5c (stamps or coin) to Fol«y Co., 945 George St., Chicago, I I I , and receive in return a trial bottle of Foley's Honey and Tor for coughs, tickling throat, due to ani accompanying colds; Foley Pills diuretic, lor kidneys and bladder irreg-u- l$ritie*, Foley Cathartic Tablets, for temporary bowel congestion--£ va'ti- abie teToedleB for Co Send for th^m. For sale at C. Hoy Hetz«J, Woo)worth Bldg.--Advertisement. 10 tt -I went to the Canned Goods Fair, The pnm83 and the tune* were there--" K. of C. Meets Youghioglieny council, Knights of Coiuiubus, will meet tomorrow evening at 7:30 o'clock in the club rooms in the Stador Building iu South Wea- dow lane. A fioud attendance is desired as business ot importance will be transacted. Son In Edwards Home. A son was born at 'I o'clock Sunday morning at the Connellsville Slata Hospital to Mr and Mra, D. W Edward*. Mrs. Howards wa» fprmwly Miss Bdna Wrote. There are now two children in the'family. B e f o r e You Borrow' Invej M*g. Ririiter Tbn i-ondttion of Mr« Rmmn Richler tl SoMth ( Connellsville, mho lias been confined jit o rier bed since "RciifJay is aomnyfaiU. impr ava«W Maid-- I did, ma'am. Mistress-- But it Isn't eold, Maid--Well, how coulj It be? 1 had to take out the Ice to get it In. -Capper's Weekly. 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H AVE you, loo hewl the Cannery racket--the HUle tln-clail "Sound" op«ras anO jazi nutn- hsra, »o genially welcoired her* by lha dellcateawn »ct7 To ·oaie theatre loterrat* thi* )· A heart-warmin* clamor It mean* Hconomy for them, he ice greater profit*. To persong of »oniid muiicat loate, it la ludtcrouc and Impudent --an affront to the tnt»llg»nc« and taite of the theatre-roln* publlr They CM In th* talklei no exciuct for re«ort to Canned Mitclo, If you, dear reader, are one of who rccdfnize thut machlno- raacle sound rannot lake the of living orchestras and In the theatre, TREAT TOtrnSEI.F TO A SIGH OF RKLIKF. SIGN TEK COtTTON BELOW. Then mail it' AMIRICAM FKOCHATION Of MUSICIANS 1440 BrM*my, Nw Y*rk, N. Y. GmUtmeir Wlthw* fartlin ._. on m» Dirt, ulru* nraH ml DMM Mu!« DfleniB I^DEttt 1 1 ant who pM.d t* the «ilreln»Uoi J LlfUf ffom th« -- '-- tt* N«B» .. Addnw Bt»l4., THE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF MUSICIANS peting HOjKtO pro/««teml mafttian* in th* UnUml ttmtmi mnt C«i««l« JOSEPH N. 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