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   Daily Independent (Newspaper) - December 28, 1911, Monessen, Pennsylvania                               K LOCAL AND PERSONAL Mr. Cbauncey Dtivall is a Pitts- burg caller today. Mrs. M. J. Cramer was a passenger on the morning train for the city. Arthur Iieclercq spent the holiday vacation with friends at Point Miss Clara Mann, of Cleveland, is visiting at the home of her cousin, Mrs J. J. Gushing, onMcKee avenue. Miss Clara Smith of Mannington, W. Va., who has been visiting relativ- es here, returner) to her home this morning. jfVesh Eggs, 50c a Conk) ey's Laying Tonic will make the hens lay. 25c and 50c at Kirk's Drug Store. Mrs. Margaret King and daughter, Mrs. C. D. Moffit, of McKeesport, at- tended the funeral here today of Mrs. Margaret Ferguson. Conkey'a Laving Tonic 25c and 50c. A sample for the asking. Kirk's Drug Store. Reports from Union town say the muaieal act at the Star the latter part of the week is one of the most novel and interesting shows of its kind. New Year post get them at Kirk's. Mrs. George Clark of returned home today after spending a pteaant visit with her former school mate Mrs. L. Door of the Monesaen hotel. w. H. editor of the Dqnora Amen en, was over today looking after matters pertaining to the Board of Trade of that town. Mr. Watson has been elected secretary and he is going about his duties with an alacritv that arracks of success. He will meH ail the requirements of the job. Pura Greaseless cream will give you a perfect com p ex ion. 25c at window. Many poultry fanciers from over the country are assembled at Mc- displaying their stock and the big poultry exhibition tb re this week. Npwtnn Manown, foreman of the N .v. ia duty with a badly spMinpd ankle caused by a fall during the festive season. This item should not misconstrued, to ba suggestive Mr. Ma-own is not that kind. 'V. Barken Dentist W by suffe v a toothache I'll stop it quickly. Dr. W. B. Stewart, who is at ML Clemens, undergoing treatmen for tn- flsmatory rheumatism, is reported to be getting along nicely and making a Sitisfactory recovery. The doctor has ha I a long, hard fight, and his complete recovery wijl bring joy to a Just of his fnenda. Violet Glycerine Soap Iflc a cake. See K.rk's window. A conimtttei1 representing the local B aid of Trade went to Pittshurg this m r ing to confer vliYi the P. and L. r! (i ii ials. (relative to the removal of th tw i pra-le crossings between here u, V, 'hater as a preliminary to thf improvement of the road leart- i 10 fn tint town. An object which is being -ms'ieO at this time. The Gieensburg Argus ia after Sheriff Shields again. Peopleover in certainly need a lot of sympathy :or liavig to tolerate con stant harpings from the weasened pen of a couple of old foasils. Ain't it awful, Mabel? Card of Recognition I wish to inform the public and thank Mr. Frank Burner for the prompt settlement of my fire loss through his agency. The fire oc- curred on Dec. 26, adjustment was made on Dec. 27th and today, Dec. 28, I received full payment of the loss. Respectfully, It Ellen Webb. At The Liberty Saturday As a special inducement to the people of Monessen the management of the Liberty theater haa secured as a special attraction on Saturday "Be- fore Yorktown" a picture which has been released but this week and which shows the more important details of bUia 1A> Ul fc !u vuitu -v v well in the hearts of all Americans. Don't miss this important picture or you will certainly regret it. A ten cent show for five eenta. PAY T r L ijCAJtJ Dress Better Royal Tailors Monesaen'a only authorized representative, C. U LEWIS Donner avenue. Next door to Peoples Bank Building, MUCH INTEREST BEING AROUSED Much interest is being manifested in the coming annual convention of the Pennsylvania Live Stock Breeders' association, State Horticultural As- aocation of Pennsylvania and the Penn- sylvania Dairy Union, which wilt be held in Pittaburg, January 15-20. While the conventiona are being held in Carnegie Library, Scbenley Park exhibits will be shown in Duquesne Garden and the Scbenley Riding Academy, a few blocks distant from the Convention hall. Tbe three organzations have merged for this purpose, H. E. Van Norman, H. E. VAN NORMAN, professor of dairy husbandry at State College, President of the National Dairy Aaeocation, and secretary of the Pennsylvania Dairy Union, having been ehoaen president of the allied organizations. Eminent lecturers will give talks and demonstrations. All the entries of live stock will be by in- vitation, thus assuring one of the greatest functions of the kind ever het3 in this state. The attractions will be many and instructive. The event will be known as the Midwinter Fair. Pittaburg business men and citizens are talcing a special interest in the displays. One of the features wilt be an exhibit of apples grown in this state, more tnan of which will be given away to the visitors. The object is to awaken an interest in Pennsylvania fruit growing, improvement of live stock and the betterment of the diary husbandry and generally Boost Penn- sylvana. Bricks Ant Hills. Excellent bricks are made of tba Boil of ant hills m Central Africa. The natives tread It with water Into a do ugh I Ike substance, which la shaped iu rough wooden molds, tt la tuen dried In the sun, and afterward baked In native kilns. CREDITS MONESSEN WITH ENTERPRIZE Anent the inquiry now being made here to better the of the working men and to dhow those who in other places the advantage of living in Moneesen when they are em- ployed here, the Charlerol Hail comments editorially follows: "The attempt of the Monesaen busi- neee people to induce those who work in that town to move there is but in accord with any movement "designed and executed for the improvement and advancement of a community. As perhaps two or three hundred people who work in Moneasen live leroi, this action on the part of the Monesaen business people ia renented to some extent by the business people here as an effort to build up Monessen at the expense of Charleroi. From a business standpoint Char- 'leroi has no kick coming. The more- ment serves to show where Charleroi ia lacking and emphasizes the necessity of action here to offset conditions which work to the benefit of Mones- sen. The mere fact that two or three btindred Charleroi people earn their living in Monessen shows that oppor- tunity is lacking here to employ them. That being the case, it is up to Char- leroi to try to provide employment for all its citizens so that none will be forced to the trouble and extra ex- pense of being obliged to seek em- ployment out of town. Another commendable thing Mones- aen business people are doing is seek- ing the case why people employed here are not moving to the town. It is generally conceded that rents are too high, and the Monessen people it U understood are trying to bring about a reduction. Other civic movements are planned, it is stated, that will tend to make Monessen a still more desirable place of residence. Mon- essen has a big advantage in the way of affording employment, and if there are drawbacks as a place of residence, nothing ia more natural that those interested should seek to remove them. Monessen is doing nothing repre- hensible in seeking to induce the peo- ple they employ to also make, their homes there. On the contrary the movement shows enterprise and spirit, which are always essential elements in material progress. Charleroi has the same opportunity to maintain her standing and prestige, and if our people sit stiil while Uonessen hus- tles cause will follow effect as inevit- able as night follows day." PRESSING OUT HSAL UCES fry That Eicher and Eicher. Attys. Orphans' Court Sale. By virtue of an order issued out of the Orphans' Court of Westmoreland county, Pa., there will be exposed to sale by public vendue of outcrv, on the premises, on Tuesdav, January 16, 1912 at 2 M.f with leave to adjourn from day to day A certain lot of ground situate in the Borough of North Bel'e Vernon. Westmoreland Co., Pa., known in the plan of L. M. Speer's new addition to Belle Vernon as lot No. 41 and hounded and described us follows: Beginning at a post on Grant Street and an alley; running with said alley 60 feet to lot No. 42, thence with said lot 100 feet to Speer Street; thence with said street 60 feet to Grant Street; thence with said street 100 feet to the place of beginning. Con- taining 6000 square or superficial feet. Having theron erected a two-story frame dwelling houae, frame stable and other buildings also, Alt those of ground situate m the Borough of North Belle Vernon, Westmoreland Co., Pa., bounded and described as follows: Beginning on the State road at the corner of Grant Street; thence along the State road 120 feet toward Grape allev to the line of lot No. 117; thence alonjj the line of lot No. 117, 100 feet to Hums alley; thence along said alley 120 feet to Grant street; thenee along line of iaid street 100 feet to the State road, the place of beginning. Being lots Nos. 115 and 116 in L. M. Speer' s extension of Belle Vernon. Having thereon erected a one-story C. Ward Eicher will likely be the 'next chairman of the Democratic icounty committee. The party could select no better man. He is affable, congenial and has loads of ability to handle such a job and besides there is not a more popular young man at the bar than Ward Eicner. People in Monessen like Wnrd and if any man can rail? the lost Democrats back to the fold. Ward can do iL Notice to Shareholders The regular annual meeting of the shareholders of the First National (Bank, Webster, for the purpose of electing directors for the ensuing year, will be heH in the hanking rooms of the association on Tuesday, 'January 9. 1912, between the hours of J2 p. m. and 4 p. m, A41 shareholders 'should be present cr represented. B. B. HUNTER. Cashier, rame uijuitg ticcupieu no a wci- ing bouse, late the real estate of John L. Houseman, deed. Terms: Ten per cent of the pur- chase money to be paid when the property is knocked down; the bal- ance of one third at the confirma- tion of the sale; one-third in one year and the remaining third in two years thereafter with interest on the deferred payment? from the date of confirmation to be secured by close bond and mortgage with a 90- days Sci. Fa. clause. Sale to be conducted by Mattie E. Houseman, PER CURIAM Atteit: David A. Miller, Clerk. A Happy and Prosperous New Year to All A few of the many good things we offer this week Fancy CranberriesF 2 OCit quarts for ________ Nicesizenaval Oranges, perdozen ________ Grape Fruit, quality fine, 4 for ________ Another shipment of our Special Blend Coffee atperpound ________ La France Washing Tablets the best on the mar- ket, 6 cakes for _____ Collates Palm Soap, 6 cakes for ______ A Car of Fancy APPLES' Call and see them or phone us for prices. I L. Hs CO. method oC prwstftf veal laces pnottoed by rreBchWMoan, who oM vt Tahiatta coUec- ttok The relied lace Is wou4 mind a good-slaed bottle, to -wMb white mus- ha, carefully tatked on. the bot- ta a filled with eold water. IB a good-sized of white la and boil an hour. Pour of tbe soiled water and add ontfl water Is clear. ftomore the bottle aa.d riase repeat- edly through water. Take off the BMalUi and let the Ary on the bottle. If stiffness Is ttw lace la a Htjle Milk, It Is them ptt to damp oloth read? pm out pianing-out proceM ts most 1m- portaat. A wooden dram 12 inches high 24 tnches fa dltiMter COT- with oottoc wadding and white mmrtta on the of the wood, and the cylinder has blue paper put orer it, as leu tiring to the eyes than volte, out Just enough from the cloth to pin It before drylag entirely. Pin this heading of first in a straJgit edge, setting the pins close- ly and at equal Then pin out eaoh pleot separately, taking care to keep them lc shape anfl to re twist If they hare become untwUted. If the picots cannot all be pinned before the lacs dries, dampen them with a wet cloth, as sUeklag pine into dry farts may taar valuable lace. Use fine pine for the tin? jicots and for laoe. Only a Bes-raatabte pin must be used. The lace must stay plBaed on the cylinder until dry, whea H la removed and slipped Into blue paper bass to keep dean until the portion to be washed Is finished. Bo attempt thta pinning out wbea in a hurry, as must be doae oarefully aad should finished at sitting. the lace ts rracfie attd soiled, before washing on a bottle soak Cor sereral hours In pure olive oil. RUFFLE COMES INTO ITS OWN Pretty Style of Long Ago Re- turned to Popular aad Will Be Tttere is a decided change able at the bottom of skirts of new models. Especially true Is this on evening gowns and trocfcs for dreaBT afternoon wear and the answer to tfee question Not fluffy ruffllw, but scant, flat ruiaies or lace or not placed on skirts beneath tunics or over drapery and adhering to still popular straight lines of the ccw- tume. Sometimes ruffles are visible only at one sfde under a arossod tuuic At other times the entfra lowr part ol the skirt Is sHffhtlr "bouffant" as th4 French would sar. dns to throe or fire ruffles of lace, tulle or net. Sleeves are made of overlapped ruffles nnder drapery, perhaps. Fichus are edged with ruffles and certainly you have noticed the uaa of ruffles and plaltings of narrow lace on the crowns and brims of hats. Feminine styles are more frilly and feminine than those of last year. Some of us doplore the reversion to 1880 models, but It ia to be expected after the extreme "pipestem" affects that have annoyed and dlagitsttd some of the onlookers Remember that ruffles mast not be applied in only fullness. The ecact frill, ruffle or plaiting is the Ibing, hut It (s here for all and types. IN VIOLET MARQUISETTE A Savin: for one and all who are looking for a sale on Shoes. Here is our offer fcr today and tomorrow. Men's, and Children's Footwear at a great reduction. Ladies' Shoes Best makes, but broken lots of to grades, all leathers, at and __ Jockey Boots All colors, plain and cuff tops, val- ues, sizes 4 to 8. Special at____________ vdues, sizes to 11. SPECIAL now at_____----------------------------------- All kinds, sizes to 2 Special at____________________--------- Rubbers for Ladies' Regular 65c and 75c Rubbers, Special at__________________________ 39c For Little Tots 150 pairs for I ttle ones, patent and colored tops, sizes 2 to 6', the kind that sell for at Men's Shoes Odds atid Ends of broken lots, srme samples, all styles and leathers. Special at Work Shoes, values, Boys' Shoes Tans and blacks, great values at OurSpecialat ____________________________ Girl's Shoes For school, good heavy ones, never sold less than only _____________________ _____ OJ MQ Rubbers for Men Regular 95c Rubbers, Special at________________________ 68s Slippers and Leg-gins 75c Men's and Women's Slippers at Women's Leggius at__________ 75c Children's Leggins at________________29c BUY TODAY IF YOU WANT A BARGAIN S. H, Green with All Purchases. S. E. ENDRESS, MGR. DONNER AVE. Next to 5 and lOc Store Thfs original waist Is violet mar- quisette with odd yoke of black mous- seltne de sole -embroidered in colored Tbe gulmpe, the sleeve bands and cuffs are of white lace, the U of black ea tin, The Growing Girl. When mating dresses for a little girl who is growing rapidly allow six extra Inches in the length of the skirt, Just above tbe hem set In a deep tuck OB tbe wrong side; now abore tt put IB two or three small tucks on the rigbt aide to hide tbe line where the deep one has been made. When the skirt needs lengthening, all you hare to do Is to pull out the thread of the deep tuck, and down the skirt without any of letting out hem and facing it up again. The small tucks on tbe right side re- main as they were and serve to make a pratty finish to The light that saves your eyes and saves you trouble. Poor oil give Una kind of liebt, but FAMILY FAVORITE OIL the best oil made, the oil that tftres the steady flicker. M odor, no Httle more than inferior grades. Triple-reOneo. Get It from your dealer. It is there In barrels shipped direct from our refineries, WAVERLY OIL WORKS CO, ImtipMJMt MtflMtt, PITTSBURG. PA. Also makers of "Waverly Special EDTC 200 Page Auto Oils and Waverly Gasolines. rJEVKC tells all about OIL If you wear Candee Rubbers Mwfc Sole H. CHILDS CO., Wholesale Distributor., PITTSBURGH, PA. WITH abundant capital and with ample facilities this institution is prepared to meet the demands of this community in the fullest measure. You tire invited to become a.Oepositor The People's National Bank 560 DONNER AVfc. MONESSEN. PA NEWSPAPER SPAPFR!   

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