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Somerset Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 9, 1930, Somerset, Pennsylvania
Somerset daily Herald Page two . ,./r>ve�xix�x5>5x George Hays Ernest Baker and William Parson motored to Greensburg yesterday to visit friends. Misses Helen Hoffman and Ruth Anderson of Greensburg spent the week end in Somerset. Muss Elizabeth Young of Scranton pa., has returned from Meyersdale to spend Tho rest of her vacation in Somerset. Miss Harriet Stern left sunday morning for Newark n. J. Mate Hester Martin departed sunday morning for phial Delphia a litre she is employed As a teach her. By Natalie Sumner Lincoln tells How she found Quick and Complete Relief. From this remarkable Medicine week end party at Oakhurst cottage talk of bolting mrs. Ruth Hanna Mccormick Republican nominee for senator of Illinois has revived reports that the anti Saloon league angered by the Republican platform which urges a referendum on prohibition will support the candidacy of mrs. Lotto Holman of Neill of Downers Grove 111., above for the senator ship on a third ticket. An out and out dry mrs. Of Neill has been Illinois Only assemblywoman for eight years. After setting a new world s Altitude record Over Curtiss Field. Chicago flying an Inland sport plane capt. Wilfred Moore is shown a weighing with a girl a Nger Moore reached a height of 28,100 feet smashing the previous record of 24,072 feet. Or. And mrs. W. E. Wehner or. And or. B it f. Landis and miss shakier entertained a wee end Patty at Oakhurst cottage along tile it. Pleasant Pike. Re he guess Weie mrs. Laredo Kauch mrs. Frank lobe to i 6 Viola and l. W. Plat a of Pittsburgh a. Mrs. Viola Shaffer a like thousands of others i suffered from stomach and Bowel i said mrs. Viola shafted 327 Bedford Street Johnstown. Quot i a had smothering spells after each meal whatever i ate disagreed with ire causing sour stomach heartburn and gats. My bowels functioned irregularly and i was tired miserable and worn out. A i heard so much about Ponjola that i decided to take another i Chance this time with Ponjola. Tile results were certainly a by Quot Surprise to me. I continued the treatment until i got better an better. Now i can eat every tiling and 1 Arn in excellent health. Ponjola proved priceless to Ponjola is not a a cure ally a there is no such thing. But when taken from six to eight weeks Ponjola will bring amazing rebel from ills of tile stomach live kidneys and bowels and from rheumatism neuritis and nervousness. Ponjola is sold in so Mensch a at Dosche a drug store and by a1 the Best druggists in All towns throughout the s entire Section. wedding saturday morning Public Sale rho robbed South Dakota Percheron mares and Colts its no mystery not also mules at the farm of Sherman Hoover one mile West of Somerset Friday sept. 12, 1930 pretty Home wedding sunday Stop at Hetzelt so Conestoga jut she must be Strong that mystery girl who broke through the police lines at Curtiss Field and was the first to Greet Coste and Bellonte As they landed is none other than Yvonne in Aree a French authoress who knows the boys Well de. M. La he in owner p. S. Rowe was a Busine amps visitor to Connellsville monday. Or. And mrs. John s Havner of Smithfield who have been visiting the former s parents or. And mrs. Frank r. Havner on sterner Street for the past few Days returned Home sunday. James r. Brown and Darrel Lingenfield who Are employed at Friendsville md., spent the week end at their Homes Here. Misses Elizabeth Bower and Reba pore who Are teaching in the Connellsville District spent the week end the guest s of the former a parents or. And mrs. W. S. Bower on Yough Street and or. On new in Kernville Hood for Superior Clef re in menu dancing a tables showers end drought the drought which has held the District hereabouts in its grip for the past several months was broken monday morning by a heavy i Shower. Government reports show a precipitation of 1.12 inches rainfall during the period ending at 8 a. In. Monday. The citizens water company started on their emergency Supply last tuesday Evenin pumping from the Laurel Hill Creek. Promises fill no sack a it is taste and not words you enjoy in a smoke is Cross word Puzzle Piffier yesterday s solution one will always stand out a terrifying apparition appear to Lucy the Winslow maid in tomorrow s chapter. A Ltd 1930, Liggett amp Myers tobacco co
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