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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, March 11, 1930
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PAGE SIX. TUJi; DAIL.Y COURIER, CUNNEbLS TUESDAY, MARQH 11, P t R S O N A L M E N T I O N Mrs. J. O. Boxraan, wlw has been j '·onftned to her bed for the past six j .vee-ks, is ald to be in a serious con- d i t i r m . j Dr. Stu;irt Scot' announces removal i o-fflce to "02 S-jcoiwl National Bank Huildinp.---Adv'rH«enient.--6mar-6t. I Mr. and Mrs. FKniald Phillips and I Mr. and Mr,-;. K r u n - v Phillips awl Delia i Mickey spirit Sun lay in W a s h i n g t o n , ! Pit. 1 Mrs. W a i t e r !Ua« ii' WilkinsburK j has bce-n d i s c h a r g e d from Mercy Hospital, PHtsburg, and is coii'valescluK , at the homo (if ner parents, Mr. and ( MrH. W i l l i a m M c O n u i e y of I'nlontown, j f o r m e r l y of Scon-laic, j Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lynch visited tho hitter's sisu·-, Mrs. Beatrice Most? of U n i o n t o w n yis..erday. Mrs. W. J. Davidson tit West Kay- ! »Ue street was the- guest yesterday of · her parents, IJr. and Mrs. J. S. Hack- ; ney of Unio-ntowu. | Mr. and Mrs. U r u n l Slyt-ra o-t Easf. ' C r a w f o r d avenue were the guests, j S u n d a y of relatives in I'nionto'wn. Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Whipkey of North Cottage- vvenue were Plttafcurg visitors ye»tc-rduy. Anthony Henui has returned from U n i o n t o w n where he was the guest ot! Ills brother-in-law and sister, Mr. anti Mrs. Patsy Palttmbo. Mrs. Howard Dunu of VanderhiH wajj callitsg on friends in Unlontowu yesterday. Koee Williams, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams, who has been seriously i l l of pneumonia, continues to improve. Aunt Het II V I I O I I K H T ( i t ' l l , l . K . V "Ivl'a was raised w e l l . When sho an' Bill are bridg · pardners, she never s t a r t s on 'i!m until t h e y leave for home." 85 MINERS SAVED FROM DEATH AFTER AMSTERDAM BLAST STEI'BKNVIM.E, Ohio, March 11. -Sunbeams thac played over tlie amoke blackened tipj.le of the Wolf Run coal mine at Amsterdam, near Iwre, sym- Ixjlizod tho happiest day in the lives ot almost everyone in tho little coal town for So husbands, fathers and big brother* wert- alive to tell tho story of tivo lire ttat trapped them in tho uiin-e ytjetwdny. , * O n l y one home lay under the (shadow of Ri-lot and sympathy t«m- jx'r«Hf tho Ri-norul rejoicing when pnsfersby saw the black crepe OH th» door that Paul Hurkowskl. G5-y«ar*old miner, had closed behind him as he swtin;; down the path toward the mine tor tlio Utnt (line. Two iijeu who rtetuxl their lives lu helping rcticue miners imprisoned behind n c u r t a i n oC tlatne in the depttw ·of the miue, 300 Jest underground ami a tniio from tho shaft, were atill Jll from tho eff-scts of fume* but physi- fians Kfild t h e y would recover. Dozena of niin.',x c.illod by at tho home ot Anvokl Horton, -(2. aud Sidney Weals. ·lo, to link how tliey felt and clasp hamlfc- in gr.itittido. .\'any miners were unconKclous ·when t h e y were carried out of tho s m o k e - w r e a t h e d workings but nil were revived except Burkoweki and hits a;Uuna-!iu:nit:ml Hins could not tight ofl' tlie gas futucb. 'I'll'; thront; of fraulio motliers, sisters, wives children who clustered about t!io wine f e a r f u l of the worst broke into shouts at Joy and crk'd ·hyst«iit:ally when their loved onos were brougat tip aud aubwtned iln-ir New York Dry Attends Congressional Hearing -callt. Two iv.scae parties hud JUI'JJH- d'w n mine almost immediat"Iy utter a spark from a broken electric trolley igu.ted coal dual and turned the workings into a chamber of flame. Forty miners escaped without alii t h r o u g h eKiersency exits and :Jo o u t - ers wen; ii-movcd by a respite cvtw from tile United States Bureau ot at r i t t s b u r f f . By 8 o'clock laat n i g h t , tnor-j than six hours after tno five nroiu- o a t , ii had been extinguished and all but a handful of men rescued. Tho remainder were brought ui w i t h i n the next hulf nour. LENTEN SERVICE WEDNESDAY NIGHT AT TRINITY CHURCH The n e x t special Lenten service c o m m e m o r a t i n g the 1900th anniversary of Pentecost will be held at Trin i t y r,niheran Church Wednesday ut 7 :HO I 1 . M. The sermons to these services aru on some phano ot the Holy S p b i t . t h e next in order being "The H i K ' u Keception of :h» Spirit." The choir aings a spec'al number at each service and t'te regular c h u r c h [--ervici 1 , with Vfstraents, ia ns;d. T.u« pastor, Dr. William H. I f t r i c k , ivil! preach. A large auill- Hfice ;;rc ted tfi pastor last Wednesday. Women in Cat War. VIHCMMA BEACH, V,i., March U~A campaign tb rid thte s.»aso,ore r««ort *t stray cats has boon launched by Virginia Ijeauh women Cate have been growing in nutnbei here, klllint; birds nn! making general nuisances of thrm^olve«*, according tc' the Women's M u n i c i p a l LeagUf. Unattachwl tom- mies anr tnbhies will be exterminated,' The Reverend Danie) A. Poling, president of thf World's Christian, Endeavor Unio i, of New York,, who, with other prominent prohi-J bitioniaU, made a stlrrinK defene of the Eighteenth Amendment in 1 the Congressional hearing before the Honse "Juf'.iclary Committee,' lie declared chtt U»c youth rf the' country had b..!en onwarrantedly slandered by those who c«atena thftt drinking among: boys and girl* has greatly im-reased under prohibition. POISONOUS "JAKE," NOT EPIDEMIC, SAYS OKLAHOMA CHEMIST OKLAHOMA ITY, Okla., March 11. --More than -UK 1 men and boys Buffor- liiK from poison itimaica gingor, voiced relief today at word from oity cheiniats t h a t t.ueir Illness had been caused by tho 1 ad J i i j u o r and not because of an epit'emic. City Chomlst Clifford rejwrted (o a u t h o r i t i e s that he had found traces oi' jxason hi the liquor. Officials then predicted pati-'tita would recover' rapidly if they ;o8ted. Some of the uutientB had recovered siUlieJuntly yeaierday to gfet up from sick ledB for ai ort walks. They cropt along with Uu- aid of crutches or canu and complained of sharp attacks in legss and foot. Clifford said i h o a t t a c k s were caused by mixing the drluka arid nut by tho donaturaut. The mem and youths, the majority of them living in thfe rfoxvtu section ,of town where tul Hold workers and laborers live, werd Htricken Friday they had been drinking "jalce," a poor man's drink which hud boon sold lu drug stores and bootleg places. Ko-eovery of the majority has been siow and the illness has been painful. \ Diet and Character Doctor Fie islnger, a French physician, states that national diet largely determines national temperament. The French character haB.been Influenced by wln\ women and a high cull- nary art. The German character, on the other hand, has been Influenced by beer and ''oaraer and more homely dipt, Women in 3erm,any am regarded more in tlie light of toilers. Americans, sny-t the doctor, have assimilated characteristics of alt the nationalities from which they sprang and have discarded both traditions and foods which might stand in the way of their Lull Ilefora the Storm llilds -- Your wife seema to be verj hncrful nml smiting,- this evening. Me*'ks--Y(M. nltogcihor t«o cheerful iim: smlllnf. yju-'i* gut something on Direct from Garden to You IICP A ¥ · II All Doctor Tells How Flaxolyc. Speeds New Energy to Run-down, Worn-out Peopli: Health Seek«r« Here Acclaim Vltmn- hilxeil HirbaJ Flaxolyii! lieport That Flaxoiyn Bring* Sound Restful Sleep, Keoh Appetite and Jiormal Howe! r'uiicl foil Ing. Anoliu r .physician ha« ad.Ied hie name to. the long lint of American and Kuropwna doctors who have publicly -nfor«iel Dr. LunU'K Herbal Flaxolyu. Dr. Wiiliam W. Kern, (M. D., U n i - versity of Pennsylvania), says: Dr: Luntz's vitaminized Herbal Klaxolyu tones the stomach, drives out the poison toxins which 'form in the constipated InteaUnefi. H acts as a remarkable diuretic to the kldneyc, and glv'is gentle stimulation to iho liver. "To tho« in fagged-out, run-down condition, I earnestly and onthusi- aaticall.v prescribe Herbal Flaxolyn." D "Mother Nature Her»elf Endows Flaxolyn With Its' Health Powers," Saya Dr. James Forquer Dr. ,Tain«s Forquer of Cleveland «tate«: "Flaxolyn is a NATURAL. troduc\ It derive*! Its great benefits from Nature--the same source from which we get our fowl. Flaxolyn tones the internal orgaua, rids the body of toxic impurities, and restore* normal action." . Every .pleasant spoonful of Flaxolyn contains: 1. V!( t m l n « g «qual to those f o u n d in . ,-i i . l i f ) | e yeaat tsblot. ". K.\ racts of sun-drlBd hrrbs ^. ! i l l »alt*. which «itiva.ta the n'.ug- Ki.'li, torpid l i v e r anct promote Ui« tlo-.v o( precloui 1II«. 4. V a l u a b l e t h c r u p e u t l u lnsr«nli?ntM w l . h tonic, laialivw anrt diur«tlc pnipxrtlc*: approvftd by t h e fst mcjlcal authorities. Start t a k l n s fl.ixulyn Oils vi -y day. Results a r e c u i r k , easy, eco omicai. Note fhi new spring in J'llir f ep, th« new l(i"-'nncns of u y n , 11;. l-'laxol .'n ucls. · M A K E THIS----- jYHJBJb; TEST. Flaxolyn ccflts you nothinr, inlecs it doos you good. Deposit t h e ] r i ' p fit a r w i t h t h r dr'usr^!fl!, h J i d f f '! 3 iKit F a t i t O c t l 11./ n i n i l x t h f [ r e t u r n J h e f a r t ) ^ ' - u p . - ' E l luHt K«?t y o u r mom y Uacl'.. n r e dil, anl UNION ]JU;G (' . I'lttdbitrgr aiid 1'eaoli SI- eels, Cottnoilsvlllf, Pa, Jutt Off the Wire 1 By United WABHINGTON, March U.--Ajneud- m e n t «£ the Jones lav to rnaka Its torni: moro definite and creation oE a new v:ategory of. Vederal crime to bo k n o w n as* "pe-Uy off»na««" wero r«- eomniendwl by a Hottae Judiciary sub-rommittoe today to relieve court congestion. · · · WASHINGTON, March U.-yVn em«rg«n;y appropriation of JIOO.OOO,- 000 ror the federal Farm Hoard wan included by the Senate Appropriation Committee today ih £he dellclency ap- propriallon bill, · * * UiNDON. March 11.--To* Labor government suecesHfuHy met the at- tacl! of Liberal and Conservative parties in ths House of Commons today when a proposed amendment to the cabinet'^ coat mine bill was rejected. The voia of 2Ta to 242 gave the Labor gov'.rnnienl au unexpectedly large majority. Stomach Distress Often Is Inflamed Gall Bladder Tains ia right side, biliousuesB, dfx;;inesB, sick lieailacbc, constipation and gas on stomach warn you of gall bladder trouble. You may think it only stomach distress, but it Is a lazy liver, thickened bile, an inflamed gal! bladder and intestinal poisoning. This condition leads to gall Btoues. About the quickest relict iu the simplo home treatment called Klax- Ko, It Is a scientific medicine to stimulate tho liver, star the flow of bile, empty the gall Madder and freo It ot the salt formal ions which cause gall stones. Tho gall tract is cleansed, constipation overcome and the distressing symptoms aulckiy leave. W i t h i n 3 to 6 days you feel better and nuiny cases get complete relief in 30 days. Go to Union Drug Co.. or any good druggist and get a box of Klax-Ko tablets. Guaranteed to give joyful relief or money refunded.--Advertisement, Spraks in $6,000,( 00 Relief Cam REV. NAGAY WILL SPEAK THURSDAY AT POPULAR GROVE Rev. Adam Nagay, superintendent of the Coke Mission of the M«thodist MplHcopal Church, will lecture Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock at tlie JOvangelical Church at Poplar Grove on "Tho I*lfe Clrrist." Pictures will be Hbovm on a screen. The lecture is free but an offering will be taken. L HOREWITZ HOME FROM OCEAN VOYAGE He then ·wan Mr*. Robert S*olt, of N rw fork, · national president of the Saiiaasah (the Women'* ZionintOrj imitation of America), will be the only woman speaker at the conf :rence ot the allied Jewu.h carr naign ia Washington, D. C. Th s conference is to launch a 16,000,000 campaign for the joint distribution committee and ti e Jewish ftgencjr for Hubby Does Some B »ck- Seat Driving i t Kitchen What's the trouble, «n rtiow, aren't you eoing- ro get any 1U oer tonight? ?ou sure are gettirig a late start. Watch out there, can't rwt »e« you have tl»e gas 'turnel too high? Why don't you put some wate; In that teakettle or else tnke It ff the flre? Hey, you, don't shnfce t tat Bitten »o hard, you are gotttng f j u r all over tne Hoor. Ify poodnesg aUv«, that bread won't bo Jit to et t,lf you put al) thot salt in it. Look ut, you came very near cutting your 1 and severely with that can opener. What's the special attraction outalcj; don't yon reullze that you can't ook ont the window and scramble eggs at the ·ame time?. For plty'g take, are yon blind 1 Look nt that OT '.n thermometer, over 60 degreoe to · high. Why don't you turn oil thosa et« when yon bnve nothtog cooking o'er them? No wonder the gas''bill rt ns .over, $10 every month. Holy sinese», turn that meat over before it buian to a crtap. I don't believe yon.,wot lil ever get a meal ready If I didn't ome out here and help you.--Kansas 31ty Times. S-.. "Frtih from the Girder,." In Packets and Individual Tea-Bags 804 I. L. Horewitzz arrived hom« yes- torlay aftBir a tour of more than a month which took him to New York and thence by way of th .Panama Canal to San Francisco and oth'er California citlee ami home. Mr. Horowitz flail-e-d February 8, slopped a day at Havana aud proceeded to the Canal Zone. The.'trip through the canal nad« Jiy day. Tho ehip docked at Balboa and Mr. Horowitz and other tourists visited Uw ruins of old Panama, Their next port wa« San Diego, front which place they visited Agua Call- onto, Mexico. Resuming the ocean j voyng'e ths tourist party vlaited Loe Ang-elea, San Franciaoo and other coastal cities, On the way home 'a day was spent at the Grand Canyon. Hornet! Everyday you will find hoaiM and aom« «lt*« adv«rtte«d IB oar fied column*--wad. than oror. Skin Hojeless? Is it marred by pi ti pies, blackheads or similar blen ishes 1 Then begin today to use Reuinol Soap and Ointment. Ap ply 1 the ointment to 'the irritat id spots. In fifteen minutes w i sh aft with Resinol Soap and \ arm wator-r- rinae well. This sin pie treatment js bringing smootl , clear complexions to many wl o had thought thorn hopeless, Th i daily use of Roainol Soap t e n a to prevent blemishes. I7DITI7 Trie) «!«· P* Wa«e on r*qu»t» r nt-C. jtMinHDi^t 97,%*ltli»*«,Md. Resinol o ·-H.* I i Wear Clean Clothes Special! March 10th to 15th TOPCOATS -and- O'COATS Cleaned and Pressed D Phone 813 Phone 814 The GOODWIN Co., Inc Cleaners Dyers , ' Conuellsville, Pfc. To those who want the most in TIRE MILEAGE we offer ANEW TIRE SERVICE DO YOU know that you can Super Tread your present tires with a new nonskid rubber tread and .' double the mileage of your tires-and more? t Our factory-type full-circle tire mould -- the patented SUPER TREADER and the SUPER TREADING SYSTEM--enables us to offer you the most economical tire mileage obtainable anywhere today. , We guarantee you that--and complete satisfaction. JOE'S TIRE SERVICE Jos. Opperniau Henry Oppermau Just Across the Bridge. West Crawford Are. Plione 1252. ( ouiif I!svilk, PB. MICHAEL POPSON OF WEST LEISENRING DEAD; FRICK VETERAN Michael Popaon, 52 year.9 old, died at 7: E o'clock, last night evening at )ii«, hom« n,t W«at Ijel»enrln.« from «a complication of diseases. He had been ill for a year. For 27 years prior to that time he was employed by the H. C. Frlck Company at Leiseurlng NOB. 2 and 3, a» a miner. Surviving are- hl« wife, Mrs, Mario OndUHh Popson, and nlnochildren: a. P. of Ixiuisvllle, Ky., M. S. ot Ltis Angol.ea, J. P. of Beloit', Win., A, H. Sophia, .Toaoph, Marie, Paul and Francis, u!l at. honiegft Ho wttB a t member oE the Roman Catholic Churoh of West L,ei»enrinB and was also a m«m- ber of Jednota ^adge 347 at Leiseu- rlng. The body was brought to tlt-o fuueral nariurs o£ William A. MuNauamy aud taken home this morning. The funeral will take pi*ce Thnraday morning at 8:30 o'clock from, tho residence with mass at 9 oVlock at the church at West Leleenrini;. Burial will be in St. John's Cem«tery at Brookvale. Patronized LhoB- wl)o advertise. r ,'hnrfl'u no ·Mtar way to f tva mon*y doricy the ifidtur monttu,th*n la irerint »lokn«»« ·«· )en»e. At th« ftrtt «!gn of · 'told, h*«d»oh«, dim- :»«·*, biUoutn«*», or ooH»llp«tlon, tak* a* '«|--N»tu»'« lUaivdr -«nd ol*«n oat youx atom. RMtoroi) nor» ttl funotlontng »n4 Dulldi up ro»l»t»nc«, [r«v»ntin* costly »lok- a«n. O«t thlt pur«, wild, r«B*t»bl« Us« Kva»t»nydrutgi»t,a6« TO-NIGHT TOMDWROW AIMU.H r REV. STEVENS SPEAKS IN ARMY REVIVAL JTHLS EVENING Rev. ·. H. Stevens, pastor of t he- First Baptist Church, will be in* speaker toniKlit at 7:30 o'clock at t h e Kaivutiun Army revival B.ervlcee w h i c h are to bo continued through ihe week. He will have a chorus with Mm. Tomorrow night Rev. It E. Shocwr will be the Hpoaker. There have been splendid crowd* it thBsu srrvleoH, naii (^tiHfiln C. J. Fox, the oflfcur in charge. A. M. HiiKteni] Ask« Dlronw. UNIONTOWN, March 11.--Albwt. M, HmtejMl of Uniontown fll«4 a llbtl in dlvoro* Monday mornint tfatBft bis wife, Mre. Helen B. HiMteftd of frmtii Union towneblp, Patronize tfcoM wh»

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