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FAGK BIX. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, FRIDAY, MAHCfi 14, P E R S O N A L M E N T I O N Mr, and Mra A. W. Dobiick of 413, East Gibson avnue hav« received word that their son, Corpoinl Herbert? R. Dobrkk, w h o had been stationed 1 in the. Philippine Jelands, for the past throo y«ars with tho 591 h Division Coast Artillety, has «iiletl for (he I'nlted St-atcs Ho will arrive home on or about May 1. | Jpselo M Orey Missionary C'irclo of Christian Church will hold a food 1 sale Satntday, March 15 at Fox Wall 1 Paper S'oro--Advertisement.--13-21 ' Mrs Jamefl W. Buttennoro of South Prospect street went to (Jlassport to i visit her daughter, Mtes Marthabel, who te o domestic :bclene« teacher In tho schools there. Sho will also visit her son-iu-Iaw and d a u g h l p i , Mr, ami Mrrj. C. K. Cann of Swissvale i Good Luck Tea Room, 229 South Prospect street, now open. Cups road · with te-a Bridge parties and chil-1 (Iren'e parties a specialty.--Advertise- ment--Hmar-3t. M. J. Kerrigan and daughter*. Miases Katherlne anl (.enevieve, of Kaet Crawford avenue spoilt ye-sterilay *at McKecfepcrt as the guests of Mr. and Mr«. J. H Altmlller and family. Mrs. Stella Ford of South Eighth .street, Oreenwood, has returned home from Ducjuesne, whre she waa the Kuest of Mr. and Mi* Fred E. Itaine-s. Mrs. Ford ia an a u n t of Mra. Haines. Mrs Jack M Kin ley and son. Jack, ,Tr., who have been renidents of New · Kensington, are visiting the former's mother, Mns. Anna Cunningham of Unlonto\vn, The McKinle-ys resided in C'onnelltwiUo before go ug to New Kensington. Mr McKiiley, who is Aunt Het BY HOBKRT "I used to ask Pa's opinion when I couldn't decide between two coat*, u n t i l T noticed he .Uway* likod the one that was cheapest " mittee consists of Mrs. B. L. Frye, Mrs Albert Jones, Mia Stella Ford, Mrs. Orlndle and -SVIrs. Klndley. · Dames of Mnlto. Saint Omar Sisterhood, Dames of Malta, will moot tonight In Odd Fel- o\V8 Hall. * Meetini? J'ostponcd, The regnlar moi ling of the J, B. I. Hub, which wafa to havo bee-n held to- this region and within a bhort time he will move his tamily cither to this piace or TJnlontown Mr. and Mre N C. I'iersol of Star Junction were- Uniontov,n visitors ye^- terday. · t Jack Skinner of Barnstaple, Devon- ( shire, England, who foent the St'OTTWALE AN1 LOCAL T A LEST L\ FINK IOZART CLUB PltOGKOAM A program of unusual excellence hy Scottdalo aud local talent featured guest night ot the Mozart club last night at the Christian Chun.li. Alias Pearl Ks?k wa.s leader for th'» evening and was highly complimented on the success ot the event Aftei the program lunch \\as served ly a corn- club v-lth ot /t "Wctiner, ,club, pouring coffee. The program was: Women's quartet, "The Ship From Tdylaml" and the Beautiful 'The Two. horo, ,fl t«,l», for St. Call.- O,,,..,, Clocks," Mrs. Leo N. Skemp, Mre. \lell Momyor, Miss Lie 1 a Barkell Mre. Bon R. Baker, wi h Mrs. «», »llh hie home. . Mr and "Mrs. "W P. Brooks and little daughter, Muriel, of Chestnut street, arrived home thte morning from a 14- p of " The Ilurdy "The Rocking Horse," "A day t r i p to Miami, St. Petersburg. ( West Palm Beach, Tampa, Jack«on-1 e « ne UUbl1 - Ghost Story" ttml "The Music Box," Mtes Elolse Hater. Soprano eolos, "My Ekart le a Haven" and "Gray Days," Mise Cath- ville and Lake Wake, Fla. While at Lake Wale* they saw the Bok Singing Men's ciuartet, "Morninij," and "1 txjve a La«le," J. W. Beadling, Tower built by Edward W. Bok, who Smith. Klmer Anderson ,,nl "died recently. Mr. Brooks is advortis- j Blackburn, with Ml Mc-'loy ing manager for Tho Aaron Company. Mr. and Mrs. Uay Koosei aud family have moved from Poplar Grove to ·Snytler street. Society News J, D at the piano. Contralto solos, "I Love You Truly' and "Hi6 Lullaby," Mrs Don R Baker, with Mrs. White a, accompanist. Violin eojos, "Prelu.de, "Air" ant ( "Der Sohn Der Halde," Kirk Davis -wltlj Mrs LKX N. Skerop JOB accom KLINE GIVES CHICKEN l»Ii\J-;U FOK F. H. CLFB Voral duota, "Battle Eve" and "The Sea," Kenneth Might anil Air. Anderson. Vlolin quartet, Mtesoa Claire Lucas * , ^ ,, · Devoia Simon, Blnice Grimm and LfOle Mrs. J. B. Kline entertained the F Bwi . opd lmdev the djpe , tloll of MIsB H. Club at a chicken dinner last -night BllzaboUl stevens , at her home in South street, the- oc- ( tVRh the e tlon o! thp vloUn awton being the anniversary of ner! et a ,, f h e om wafi pPOTWa , , ( Dlrth. Saint Patrick's Day appoint- nwmhewl o{ t h M . 11M j aj Mua!o "moots wero beautifully carried out. Favors wero little- green satin baskets filled with candy. It waa tho regular meeting of tho club and following -he dinner the remainder of the evon iig was given over to five hundred. T vo tables of players paiticiputwl in the games. Mrs Vf C. Michael won high prize ami Mr«. H. D. MilH'rd, neeond nigh. Tho ; gueseing prize wa^ awarded to Mra. C. B. Culver. The i l u l ) members pre- has been postponed to March I cichliter is hoat,e38.',| light, 1. Mi y AT M'/Hl JUNCTION 1'OK MltS. tVIJ.LIAM K. LAIIM Mrs. J H K n t x and Mrs. D, M. Iraham of Star Junction were joint lostessi's uf a four-course t o'clock unchaon, lovely in overy detail, ThurscUiv afternoon at the home of Vtrs Knox in honor of Mrs. Lahm. Tho (loco-rations 'Were in keeping w i t h Saint Patrick's Day and were cleverly cai ried out. The table wad made attractive w i t h snapdragon, nterspersed wlt'i smila.x, and tall ;reen tapers in crystal holders to iiatmonizo. Placu cards were embellished with shamrocks. Covers were laid for Mra. Howard Adams, Mrs. OHie Luce, Mrs. J Boyd Knox, Jr , of Perryopolls, Mrs. Flora Snyder and Mrs. Clarence- M, Strawn of ConneUstville, Mrs. M. K. Townsend oil Unlontown, Mrs James A. Knox oj P|ttsburg, Mrs. Charles Stpwart of Doraiont, Plttsburg, Mrs. M. E. Strawn of Dawsou, Mrs. William E. Lahra, Mrs. WUUa Striclclei, Miss Olive Es- singlon, Mra. 11. L. Carson, Miss Ruth Elwell. Mrs. K. S. Martin, Mrs. A, M. Snyder, Mrs. Archie Smith, Mrs. Waltey Risbeck.'Mn . Charles Myers, Mrs Robert Dunn and the hostesses, all of Star Junction During the afternoon the guests pies'nited Mrs, Lahrn with a b e a u t i f u l while gold bracelet set with aquamarines. Announcemer t is made of the marriage- of Miss Ijlsie Russell, daugcitur of Mr. and Mi s. Joseph Russell of Scottdalfc, and Michael Lucia, con of Mr«j. M. Lutya ot Hlve^aon, which took placfe S-esterdn/ in Unlontown. A dinner will be given Sunday in tho Russell hcme In honor of Mr. 1 uda and bride. The bridegroom cwus a department store at Evoraon. MeeUag Postponed. The monthiv meeting of the Van- dorbllt Fancyvork Cluh, which was to have been held next Wednesday, has been postponed to March 26, on account of the' Phiess of the hostess, Mrs. Thomas Wright of VanderhiH. Miss Belle Newmyer's Death Removes Last Of Noted Family Miss Belle Newmyer, one ot ih« oldest and best-known residents of Ixiw- er Tyrone township, died at 2 o'clock thig morning at the Newmy«r homestead itftpr a ip-day- illness of, pneumonia. She was'a lifelong leBldent of the township and hfr death lomoved the last of a family ot six children of tho late Jacob and Mary S trickle i Nc-winyer. Miss Nowmyer's grandfathle-, Jacob Nowmyer, was one o£ the foundtna of the Disciples of Christ or , ChrlB'Usui Church in the Tyrone region. During the oarly days of old Hethel Church Borvtces -were held in his barn. Her father, also nam-ed Jacob, was one of the pioneers In tho coke industjy ot the Cannellsvllie region. Ho and his son, John S. Newmyer, opened the Cora mine near Jlmtown rind eructed a battery of ovena. When this coal ·was worked out the younger Newmyer turned his attention to other development, laying the foundation of what is BOW the Washington Coal Coke Company, the Cochranu later br*com- ing identified with the business. Miss Newmyer was an active nsem- foef of Bethel Church and her kindly acts won her the friendship and devotion of neighbors aa well as of rola- tives and family. She was preceded in death by tbe following brothers aud sisters, Cellnda, John S, James lj., Maggie A., and Mrs. Harriet Shal- ienberger. Nieces and nephews surviving are Dr. John W. Newmyer of Irwin, Mrs. F. L. Tucker of "Youngstown, Ohio, Mrs. 0. H, Begelman and Mre. A. J. Wurtz, both of Pittsburg, and S Stalil Shallenberger, the latler residing with his auijt iu Lower Tyrone township. SPiClAL MEETINGS WILL BEGIN SUNDAY AT SUMMIT CHURCH !- pedal meetings w'll begin on cl«' evening, Maruh J ii, al tho Summit Ml slon. Methodist Piotoalant Church an will continue for at least two we iks. Tho serviced 'vlll bo held'each nil lit at 7 ' S O o'clock ' ' h e special fen-lures ot tho meat- In w i l l bo Inspirational singing, ac- co diiiiK to announcement of Rev. W lllam King, tho naator* ovatiprelisl. Ol I time hmns and old fashioned xc ipel preach'ng stressing Uio need of the now birth will bo on t h e pro- gt im. everybody is invited to attend the BROOKS'BODY TAKEN TO HIS OLD HOME i t The body of Marshall D. L. Brooks, n former r«Hldent, whoso death oc- t irred In San Diego, Cal., wan taken t the home of a brother, Norman ] roolwi, nt Indian Head this afternoon 1 y Funeral Director C. C Mitchell, ' he body arrived u t 1:30 o'clock thte j lorning and v aa taken to the resi- i enco of Mrs. Jaines A, Ryan, 213 Vest Washington avenue, where it ay in state from 9 o'clock until 1 /clock this afternoon. The funeral will bo held at 2:30 I'clock Saturday afternoon from the JrookH residence In Indian Head with nterment in tho Lutheran Cemetery. Funeral service will held at the home at 2.150 o'clock Sunday afternoon with Ilev. Pprcy Davis, pastor of tho Christian Church jtt 1'errjopolls, oftlciatlug. 'Interment will be in old Bethel Cemetery. FAREWELL RECEPTION FOR REV. TRUMPETER MOUNT PLEASANT, March 14.-- A r e c e p uan waa given at the Lutheran Church laflt overling for Rev. A. W. Trumpeter ami his family. Rev. Trumpeter has accepted a pastorate at J^aneaster and -will leave for that placo next week. Smock Woman Convicted. UNIONTOWN, March 14,---A deliberated from 10 jury To Dedicate Additions. YOUNGWOOD, March 14.--New ad- morning until 7 o'clock last id^ht in ditlous to tbe Youngwood High School tlm case of Aaaunta Krandhetlf ,' will (e dedicaied with an elaborate Smock in flning her gulky of violating the liquor laws and r-ecornmondeJ her to th« mercy of the court. program on Fslday evening, March 21. Dr. Robert C. Shaw of Harrlsburg will speak. Germany's Great Specialist · i i . i in Skin, Blood and Verve i Disorders, Tells W iy He ; \ - i i , ' Op.enly Endorses Flaxolyn · i ·*·-.·. · · jr.,. - · " -i i . · S «SF Club and tho Scottdale Male Chorus of Scottdalc. ;,,, Assisting Mrs." l)u Imc In serving; were Mrs. Frank Stewart, Ml«« Lola Detwller, Miss June 'Jollina, Miha Reglna Oineburg and MlSB Sarah sented Mrs. Kline with a lovely gltt. Mr.s, C W Koffe-r w i l l entertain the , club Thursday nij?ht, March 27, at her home In the Wesloj A p a t t m e n t s , "VV*e«t Apple street. TOCU O K N K U A T 1 0 X S ATTK.ND ,1. H. TIIOIU'I'S A N X I V K R S A R Y John S. Thorpe who makes his borne \vith his bon-ln-ltw and daugh- tor, Mr. sind Mrs. M. W. Alter In Isinth street, observed tho eightieth anniversary of hit, birthday on Wednesday when four generations of his f.imily assembled t,j spend the evening with him. Although ho had been cll- lag for some time, his condition vita much better on his birthday. The four generations who gathered were Mr. Thorpe, hla son, E. T. "Thorpe ot Belle Vernon, a grandson, MRS. A»A KEPFKR'S BIRTHDAY OBSEKVE1* AT CLUB HEXTING A delightful feature In connection with the regular meeting of the Prla- cilla Sewing Club at which Mlea Minerva Keffer was hOcte«s last night at^her home at Poplar (Jrove, waa tho celebration df the anniversary ot the birth of Mne. Anua KeiTer, mother of the hostess. About twenty-five mem- be,r» and clx guests v, ere in attendance, , The ftttractlve appointment* were el^nlflcant Of S xlnt Patrick's Day, atul all the glfit. r.celv-e3 by Mrs. Kefter were- green, ^ ' Fancy work and music were the principal dtverslone o tho evening. i Piano solos were contributed by Profit** DR. REMV HIKSCH* Foratf b«J -of th» Nctvoui Dtiordcri Dlvliion of the Chirit* Kmnkcnhim, IlcrUn't of the Scutlicha Kraiv keohaiu la FraaUoct urn-Main, one of it* mott Lmporlnul hot- yU«l W~ Showman. Three membere, Mrs. ,1. S Thorpe of l'erropollB, and Kroat-grandson, John S. Thorpe. Pther n embers of the family who William H. Leonhardt, Mra. ^arry Ansell and Mra. Shaffer, were reecived, A dainty lunch was ee vert later In the evening. Tho next meetlnfe will be a {[held In the home of Mrs, Ray Kooeer ot Snyder' street. gathered wero -Mr and Mrs. Roy L. Thorpe and theii children, Jack and Mary Louise, \Vesf Elizabeth; Mrs C. K. Gibson, McKees Rocks; and - Mrs. E. T. Thorpe and children, Tllghman, Roy Edwin and Ruth. Mrts. Grant Sickmiu of West Elizabeth, mother of Mri. li L. Thoipe, also was present. First 1 T . P. Meetings. A bu«inesij meeting of the y. I". C. U will be held tonight la tha home of Mra. W. D. Long. West Apple street. Th« Junior Mitt Ion Circle will me-et Saturday aftornoon in the church at which time junltT special boxes are to DO turned la. FRIEmSHir TEMPI K COMPLETES VL\y» foil PVRTY MONDAY Friendship Wemple, Pythian Slaters, will moot Monday night in Pythian hall. Plans have ben' completed for «a Saint Patrick's Diy party, to he fWtured by a coven d-dish luncheon, to be held in conn ctlon with meeting for membeis of the lodge. All members of the degree team sr« urged to be'present tor practice. Forward Clnss Will Meet The Forward Clas-s of the Greenwood Mthotllht Bulscopal Church will meet next Tuefday night at the home of Mrs. L. M. Findley of South Eighth street. Greenwood. The Mount Pleasant's New $265,000 High School Dedication on May 15 Special to Th« Courier. j boon t u l l y oom pii ea wlth b y the eon- MO17NT PLJ-ASANT, March 14 -- | ti actor tho board t education, at a Thursda). May lo, has been n.ve.l, meeting last night, did «rt. tulte th,o denitlteiv as t l t ilata for the dtfdl^a- j building off the c n tractor's hantfs. .tlou ot the new $265,000 Erskine Ran-1 It waa said this w U not nrovont cc- onv jHgh Schol, it was made known uupanc} of the bul ding on March'24. today. Owing to the* fact that certain fV in construction had not Plans for tho rt -dilatory ui will be u i i ' I e i t ^ V i at en ·«, it said, y/as ·' ^ ('£«·",£'·! YS, J V?£? ·* . Xt- ^-- . . s*f ' '{'#'* W' «TJ*RE In Ctnuiny, *h«t* Sct«i on *«' -1*. king, phyiklam art piompt b ute notice of to tematkablc a htallh-tc lortr M Flaxolyn. I for ont muil HEAF flLY APPROVEofamtdiclnelhill.wpl want ' o tak« and yet powerful In tto aitr k on. CoMllpatlon and the hypdrttf-ai J-one /looiplaUui that act directly cauwd by it. BRIGHTENS LIFELESS , COMPtlKIOH ·A» * ipedatiit In dtnaiM of ttie it n and blood 1 recommend FtaxolyntotKe fulleit extent. lu|*Uh blood, aoJ dull, lfelc» complexions tnatrtd by un»(^b«ly t otchet t and ptm kle» art often l|ie"f etu)t of c»m« no more deeply-Kited than faulty ' Imlna- «lon. RETURN TO NORMAL Bi iWEL, K1DNBV AND LIVER ACTlOr . upon which healthy blood and tlwuc de end,!» cfientlal. tn bringing thli about I axolyn ptovidl an im aluuble SOURCE O NEW STRENGTH AND^ROPVST HI \LTH, Amdcani ai a race arc prone to be victim* el *leeplci*nci, headache*, uiifxplalnable farigue, lots of appetite, cat on »tomach, nervoui Indinoifon and general rud-ilown condition due to the almoit unbelfevabty rapid tempo of modern American life, STOP BURNING UP YOUR ENERGY "The human body li literally belngdrlvtn forward with every ounce uf energy burning up, a ttrain that cannot hvlp ending In collapse unleM the dellcam human michlncry i« kept free from in» ternal ditorden. ··' , "Caret before r»-palr, li a rule I alwayt fay clown for my pallcnu. I believe thai fully' 90% of (tie (erioiw IU( Miitng from Im proper functioning of Uver, iiotnath ami boweU would not exist if more pernoni knew of a SAFE, PLEASANT, POWER. FUL REMEDY. To these lurTereri I am glad to adviset. "TAJKB FLAXOLYN." There Can Be No Substitute for Flaxolyn Til c bailc foimul a of Dr. Lunti'i vita- mlniied Hctlialflixolyn compound ti the remit ot ZS ycariVdcvolcd to the itudy of) botanical therapy. ChcmlmMlght iak the very ume tncrcdlcnti thai are In Flaxolyn, yet il would be utterly Impoiublc to combine them with lFi« wme clecno o( balanc* and potency few which Dr. LunQ «o long »ou»ht. Flaxdya contalni only th« putot ot herb*, fortified by m«4kam*nt» recommended and approved bl '' high medical authoiltf. r ...-MONEY HACK GUARANTEE ---- Cw-tatnly a man of tha aUi fin« of Profawor Dr. R*my Hlr.ch would not op«nty acclaim any medlcln it product if he were not fully confident of Ita mtrtti. Dr. Htnch'a franL indorxment of Flutolyn thould fully convince you that Flaxolyn la worthy if your prompt triol. // you ar* already a uicr ·f flatolyn. Dr. Hvich't lit tmtnt cannot tail to Impren you with th* Mid far continuing itt ate. Tear out thU conv«nl*nt cot ?on aa a r«mlnd»r to obtain « battle of Flaxolfn, lnth»atlractly»r«l-«nd-bU It carton, at your nwett drug »tore. Dr. Harna H. Luntx (M.D., O.O.), dh ov«r»r of Klaxolyn, cordially Invltea you lo UM Hurbal Ftaolyn compound m hla PERSONAL GUARANTEE thai It y»u ur» not pUauwi with th* impro *mant by th* alxth p]«uant .poonfui, you may ntarn Us* partly ai*J talH. mnJhmix th*/nUpurcAa»pr{cr«IUnde{ioyou. UJflON PBUG ,CO, I'l TTSBUBG AND PEACH STREEl'S. ^teabie, FRET There are times when a baby is too fretful or feverish to be «ung to sleep. There are some pains a mother cannot pat away. Bnt there's no 'tirrje when any baliy can't have the quick comfort of Castoria! A few drops, and yoiir little one is soon at ease--ba-k to sleep almost before you c m slip away. Remember this harmless, pure vegetable preparation when children are ailing;. Don't stop its use when Baby has been brought safely through the age of colic, diarrhea, and other infantile ilfs. Give good old Castoria until your children arc in their teens! Whenever coated tongues tell of constipation; whenever there's any sign of sluggishness that needs no stronger medicines to relieve. Castoria is pleasant-tasting; children love to take it Buy the genuine--with Chas. H. Fletcher's, signature on wrapper. Discovery of Planet Bears Out Prediction Of Noted Astronomer Continued Irom Page One. by Tombaugh for the considerable observational material now available. The object has been observed viiual- ly with the large reflector by th director, V. M. Slipher, B. C. Slipher, and other members of the staff. FLAGSTAFF, Ariz., March 14 --In a tiny observatory neatled amonK the pines at the foot of the gigantic San Francisco peaks, tho first discovery of note in astronomy In more than a quarter of a century, that of a alnth planet, waa described today by nem- bern of the Lowell Observatory staff. The work WEB started 30 year^ ago by Dr. Percival Lowell, who held the theory that a planet existed beyond Neptune, tho most distant of the solar syfltera bodies then known to astronomers. On January 20, it was said that possibly a new body had been, charted in the heavens, but it wae not until yesterday that the announcemei t VMS made. Clyde Tombaugh, former I-^insas lad, was tho actual discoverer of the planet. He came to the observatory a year ago and had been working with the new Lawrence Lowell telescope exposing and examining planets under direction of the senior mera- ber of the staff. While he was pouring through fie comparator at a planet, a flicker caught Tombaugh's attention. "At first I thought it was sa Illusion," he aaid. "But 1 quickly looke.l at some more planets and realUtd I had stumbled onto aa important discovery After an examination o*nlor members of tho staff soon were con;- vlnced that we were vlewii g the rransneptunian planet." CHICAGO,* March 14.--Belief that the solar eyatem contains still otner uullscoverod placets was e? pressed today by Prof. Philip Fox, ast- ono -er and director ot the new Adlor Plituo- tarluui, who In 1919 said that the existence of a ninth major body Tras suspected. "There must 1» other placets," to said, "but there la a limit to the dla- :anco at which tbe aun can hold them and when they get out far enough some other stars get hold Jf them. We know there are no big one-u he- cause ot the perturbation, 01 vacillations ot planota, but there must bo small ones like tlw one }ust discovered." '. ' Prot. Fox said he visited ih« Flagstaff Observatory in 1919 ami learned from the late Perolral Lowell that hla Computations Indicated th« presence 6t a planet beyond Neptune MRS. EMMA SMITH DIES AT RUFFSDALE Mrs. Emma Smith, 58 years oM, of near Ruffeilale, died at tbe home of her son, Lee Smith, at ttuftedale at 9 o'clock Wednesday. She waa a member of the Ruffadale Lutheran Church and one of the best known cltltens of the community. Mrs. Smith Is survived by b«r hue- band, Jacob Smith, a.nd by these children: Lee Smith of 'Ruffedale, Mra. Frank lloke of Meadville, Mrs. Edwin Ducenberry and Mrs. J. B. Thompeon of Ruffsdale. One brother, Frank Malone, ot Ruffsdale, aud theee nlstors also nurvlve: Mre. Cyrus Bllhelnner of Scottdale, Mre. Henry Wlble, Mrs. Molly Makme and Mre. S. O. Dusenberry, all of Buff6dale. The funeral service will be held at the Mount Lebanon Methodist Episcopal Church at Tarr at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon and interment will follow in the Mount Lebanon Cemetery. REISINGER SUMMER HOME DESTROYED Stomach Distress, Symptom Of Gall Bladder Troublt If you have stomach or IstesUnal dlstrcas, headachee, dizziness, constipation, plns in the right ald«, ee- peclally under the rifbs, you will b* gratified to learn oit and try a neir pleasant home treatment It is called Klax-Ko and IB recommended to bring relief and overcome the conditions which cause gall blade tier inflammation and gallstones. Bile stagnating in the gall bladder" inflames it and if neglected causes salt formations which become gall-* stones. Avoid this danger. Yon can, as others have testified. Klax-Ko thins the bile aud assists the gall bladder to enlpty. "When bile flow» naturalJy there Is no Inflammation, Intestinal digestion goes on naturally and gall-atones cannot form or intestinal fermentation take place. Try Klax-Ko tablets. They ar$ harmless. Union Drug Co., or your own druggist la authorized to guarantee them.--Advertisement. FORNEY FOUND NOT GUILTY PITTSOTRIG, March 14.--A jury in criminal court today acquitted Alfred W, Forney, North Side, accused as head ot the Aillegheny county slot machine ring of Qvo ctoarge* of maintaining and operating gtunbling devices and one charge of being a common gambler. UiNTONTOWN, March 14.--Tfa« aum- in»r homo ot John Belaln'ger in the mountains, two miles east cf Qorley'a iko vrna doatroj-ed this n,orning at 0:30. The lire origiinat«d fioni an oU heator which had become overheated. Mra, Rel»ing«r and her parents, MY. and Mrs. J. 0. Davies, the only oc- oupants of th« flve-room bungalow. wero coniipell^d to flee, aavitig only a email quantity of goods. Tb* loaa was $0,000. There, Daughter. That Will Relieve ~ Those SORE. STIFF MUSCLES, QUICK Lots of the new way* are better than the old-fashioned ways bu you can t bent an AUcock Porous PI istef when you ache all over from a cold or from core, strained muscles. Its medication seems to sink right in and draw out every bit of, pain. mesayan Allcocfc Porous Plaster will knock cutj lumbagp overnight -- some say it's he greatest thing yet for aching weak backs -- but the real truth is an Allcock Porous Plaster is just as good for an kindofpain or soreness." Aflcock'a Porous Plaster ia the original of al) porous i Masters used by millions einte iS^y-^O'lorlcss -- you can wear it any place. Only costs a quarter. Lots of imitator? but none so good, so be sure to ask foi Allcock's POROUS PLASTERS Michael Popson Burled. The funeral for Michael Popsou hel-d this morning. Th« cort««e m«t at the late home at Leiaenring rto. 3, requiem high mass wae read' with Henr. S. Mora-v-ek of Connellarlile offlclatlng. Interment was made in St. John'* Cemetery at Brook vale in charge of Funeral Director William A. Mo- Nanamy. Members of Jednot* served aa pallbearers. They Oeorg« Wardzella, Joaeph Jacob Bobatln, Andrew Zelko, Andrew Kinosko and Paul Smith. Failed to Par Taxes. MOUNT PLEASANT, March 14.-Prank Wolak, 40, Mount Pleaunt township, charged with non-paj-m«nt of taxes, was sent to Jail at Gre*n»- burg yesterday by Tax Coll»ctor D. R, Porch of Mount Pleasant town«h1j. Taxes for 1928, 1827, 1928 and 1829, amounting to $29.88 remain unpaid. The coats of $3 make* a total of against the prisoner. FatronUe thow wn*r Why People " Abhor Fat Not only because it blights beauty vigor, but because informed people regard it as needless. They know that a chief cause is a gland ·weakness, Mtily corrected. Modern physicians, the world over, now aim at that weakness. Their method is embodied in Mannola prescription tablets, now used for 22 yean. Tha countless fat people who have grown slender now everywhere show what this method does. Perhaps your dose friend* can tell you. If you are over-fat, you owe to yourself a test of Marmola. The reasons and formula are in every box. Every drtio» gist supplies U-- $1 · box. Starving « not necessary. 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