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for thirty days and you’ll be surprised
at the improvement.
Quaker Oats is recognized hy all
authorities on food values to be the
best food for building brain and
Eat plentifully and often o f it.
Regular aize package 10 cents.
The Quak er Qa f s Qmpany
T W O F OR T U N E
T EL L ER S A R E
C H I C A G O
VOL A N T
Mrs. John C. Potter spent S aturday
In N ew Castle
V. O. W tlkln was In N ew Castle on
business last F riday.
John Hall of Ptttsburg, was In town
on business laat week.
Homer T hompson and T leed Grim
spent S aturday eveni ng In N ew Cas
T om R umbaugh left on F riday for
T ionesta, where be experts to spend a
R ev, R eed presented his illustrated
lecture on the life of Christ at Hlch
Hil l F riday night.
R ev. O. G. Jordan returned to his
evangelist tr work S aturday, nftor
spending a few' days with his mother.
T he next number of the Volant
lecture course will be an entertainment
on December 2, by S ydney Ixmder, the
R ev. Baker of N erv W ilmington,
preached at the Methodist church here
on S unday, and R ev. Davidson occupl-
ed R ev. Baker’s pulpit in N ew W il
T he illustrated lecture on the llfb of
Christ, presented In the Presbyterian
church by R ev. R eed of S toneboro,
w'as very much enjoyed by all who
Volant High will close their season
with a game with Hew W il mington
High on T hanksgivi ng day. A s both
teams have won a game this one will
decide the supremacy and both are
anxious to win it.
A party of 13 young people spent a
very enjoyable time tit the home of
Miss Blanche T hompson on last F ri
day evening. T hose present were:
F lorence W il kin. Helen McConnell,
A nna McConnell, Margaret Graham,
j Harry Graham, Ed. R eed, R alph
j S utherland, F loyd Graham, l^eon
j A llen, Guy A lien, Earl F air and W alter
T he membership contest of the Ep~
worth league was closed on
S unday night. T he result as they
were announced showed that the side
of which Estella A llen was captain
had secured 54 new members, while
Harry Graham’s side had secured 41
new members. T he winning side will
be banqueted at the expense of the
losers on T hanksgivi ng night.
L ast S aturday at S harpsville Volant
football team experienced the t i nt
shutout of the season at the hands ot
S harpsville High school. S harpsville,
outweighing the locals 15 lbs to the
man, won the game by straight foot
ball, after making 8 yards on one buck.
Owing to the light weight of the line
Volant was tackled many times for a
loss. F ullback R eed was the most
consistent ground-gainer for Volant.
R umbaugh played a star game for
S harpsvil le. L ino up:
A llen .......................R , E. . . . . . . . Keough
H. Braham. . . . . . . R T .................... W ert
W . Braham. R eed. F t. G................Bombeek
R eed, Braham C.................. Morrin
W agner..................... L . G............... N elson
S teengra v e .............. L . T . . . . . . Holsapple
F . R eed. . . . . . . . . . L . E. . McCormick
Graham................... Q B ........... Holland
S utherland R H............... A gn. w
F air ( capt . ) L . H............. S tewart
E. R eed F . B R umbaugh
T ime—20 and 15 minute halves. Of
ficials—R eferee Green, S harpsvil le.
L mpire Igo, Volant. T i mekeeper—*
R adford. S harpsville. L ineman—Mvn-
teer, N ew W ilmington. T ouchdowns—
W ert, N elson, A gnew, R umbaugh 2.
Mr. and Mrs. Don H. A msbary of
Pittsburg, spent T hanksgivi ng with
the latfer’s mother, Mrs. Isabel Peeb-
les of N orth .Mercer street.
Coat (need F rom F irst Page.
hands read. Detecti ve W i ggi ns nlso
took a "reading/* A fter t he profes
sor had sized up the l ines on his
hand and told W i ggi ns what he
might expect to happen to him, Mur-
ro then proposed to take bi s subject
out s o me place where there was
nothing but the st irs and t he moon
overhead. It was claimed that secrets
could there be reveal ed which would
be impossibl e in the narrow confines
of a hotel room.
Detecti ve W i ggi ns asked the pro
fessor where they woul d go. Murro
said he woul d take him on the roof
of the L eslie house. W i ggi ns had no
desire for such a lofty position and
A fter securing the evi dence, Coun
ty Deteeth e L ogan made an i nforma
tion before A l derman Morrison
chargi ng Murro with viol ati ng the
law regarding fort une tel l i ng. He
was arrested W ednesday eveni ng,
spendi ng W ednesday ni ght and the
greater part of T hanksgi vi ng in jail,
and finally was released on $500 bail
in t i me to get his T hanksgi vi ng sup
Prof. Murro cl ai ms that palmistry
is a sci ence and that he is not to be
cl assed with the ordinary fortune t el l
Madame Jul i an, who was arrested
F ri day morning, has been l ocated at
.“.0 1-2 W est W ashi ngton street, in
t he buil ding formerly occupied by
F anni e S wadener. S he gau» readings
to "l adies onl y. ” Detecti ve W iggins
shadowed her place W ednesday,
W ednesday ni ght and T hursday, se
curi ng a large list of names of women
who visi ted her. A t 8 o ’clock T hurs
day eveni ng six women were seen to
enter Madame Jul i an’s rooms in a
body. Many of t he women and girls
belong to prominent famil ies. It b
probable that the more prominent
will be subpoenaed as wi tnesses.
Mal ame Julian sftys In her litera
ture that she is from T oronto, Can
ada. S he professes to be able to tell
young women whom they should
marry, what they are to do, where
t hey are to l ive and many other
t hi ngs whi ch are supposed to cause
the young ladl es many sleepless
Madame Julian is supposed to have
read t he hands and to have told th*
f ortunes of many prominent women
in this and other countries. In som*
places s he cl aims to have received $5
a readi ng but here she cut t he pric*
to $1 or 50 cents, according to tbi
kind of a readi ng desired.
Madame Julian al so professes
l ocate di seases and to gtve advic<
what was best to be done. T he
formati on agai nst her was made
fore A lderman R anney. County
tecttve L ogan Is the prosecutor
both cases. Madame Julian furnish*.,,
bail for a heari ng.
Madame Julian stated to a N ews
reported that when she came to thb
| ci ty she went to see the city officials,
j "T hey told mej j she said "to go
ahead and carry on phrenology of th*
head and hands in a l egi ti mate way.
that if anyone complained they would
notify me to quit.
i "If it hand not been for the as-
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TH E P E O P L E ’ S S TO R E
2 and 4 W. Was h i n gt on S t . .
R exall R emedies,
S ome five years ago, leading druggists from different parts of the U nited S tates
were called upon to submit tested prescriptions, that a line of remedies might bo
prepared which they could conscientiously stand hack of, to take the plaee of the
nostrums being forced upon the people.
A fter careful consideration, formulas were selected from which a “ R EXA L L
R EMEDY F OR EA CH IL L ” was prepared.
e personally know what the remedies are composed of what they will do,
and feel justified in standing hack of them, so that the guarantee printed below
means just what it says.
“ Every R exall R emedy is guaranteed to give satisfaction;
if it does not, come back and get your money, it belongs to
you and we want you to have i t. ”
M U C U - T O N E
Cures c a t a r r h by
cleansing and disin
fecting the mucous
the discharge and en
riching and purifying
the blood. T wo sizes—
4 )<* and 89c. condi ti ons
K I D N E Y PILLS
N ot a Patent Medicine,
but a tried and tested
formula strictly conform
ing to the U . S . Pure
F ood and Drug L aw,
T hey are diuretic and
tonic in their effect*,
quickly restoring normal
bo doses, 25c.
R ubbi ng O i l
T he soothing
in all cases of
ness or rheu
L arge bottles, 25c.
I f A
A pure herb
с о m p о u n d
t o n i c a n d
its effect on
the liver and
Ch e r r y J ui c e
Cough S y r u p
L arge can, 20c.
T ested ingre
dients, put up
in a pleasant
г у s у r u p .
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P I TTS B U R G S T.
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The Mo s t Tr emendous Val ue Gi vi ng Event
Thi s Ci t y Has Ev er Know n
The PEOPLE'S Store has always been famous for giving values that exceed hy
far other offeri ngs of Clothing—a condition made possible through the fact that we
make our own Clothing and sell it direct to you through the medium of our many
stores, which eliminates two profits, the agents and the makers.
But t h i s r e c o r d o f p a s t v al ue g i v i n g i s no c o m
p a r i s o n t o w h a t w e n o w o f f e r t o t h e m e n a n d
w o m e n o f Ne w Ca s t l e .
To mark the First Thanksgiving Sale of the People’s Store we are placing on sale
300 Men’s Military Overcoats, regu
larly sold at $15.00 to $18.00, -now on
85 Women’s Long Coat Suits; right
up to the minute in style, that were
$15.98 and $19.98, now on sale at
C R E D I T
Is the recognition of personal nierit. Like most rewards worth having it is not
given until asked for. Come in and ask about our generous Credit System today.
Open a charge account without delay.
TH E P E O P L E ’ S S TO R E
2 and 4 W. Was h i n gt on S t .
surance received from them I woul d;
not have stopped here at all. My hus
band, who is an optician, expected to j
open an optical office here as soon as
he could find a sui t abl e location. I
have two children and was merely
( arrying on this work to help along
with expenses till he opened his of
"T he bills which fell into t he hands
of the county detecti ve were some
old bills I used in York state. I have
not done any slat*1 writing, medium;
work or glv*-n any cl ai rvoyant read-j
ings. T he only work has been phren- 1
ology of t he head and hand. T his;
is recognized as a science and I j
considered that I had a ri ght to
carry it on. ”
MOR E W IVES DES ER T
T HA N HU S BA N DS
J. OT T L EY COR BET T
T O W ED T HIS W EEK
Coming as a surprise to his main
friends in this ci ty, is tl.e news of the
coming marriage of j. Ottley Corbett |
of this city, to Miss Edith S wan of i
Providence, It. I., which will take place
at Pittsburg, this week.
Si nce coming t.o thi s ci ty, about a year
ago Mr. Corbett has made many
He is in the employe of \V. S . Kuhn j
and company of Pittsburg, and will j
P’ obabl y bring his bride to this c i t y !
T he militant suffragette glared—then
she smiled grimly. T he M. S . had just
learned, from glancing over the census
bureau’s statistics, that 10.5 per cent of
the divorces granted to men were for
the cruelty of their wives.
"F alse,” was the comment that ac
companied the glare.
"S erves ’em right,” went with the
It really is a sad story, though.
F ancy th** census bureau finding out
that the pathetic story of the deserted j
wife whose husband has gone to parts
unknown, leaving her to slave for the!
hoirm alone, is losing a great deal of i t s 1
force by reason of the fact that morei
wives are deserting husband,» than hus
bands are deserting wives. T he fig-'
ures, cold and convincing, compiled by j
reliable statisticians, can not be ar
gued with; they record the fact that of
divorces obtained hy the A merican
man for the desertion of his wife the
percentage is 49.4, while the figures
for the desertion of the wife by tne
husband are only 33,6. W ell may the
militant suffragette smile gri mly. It
looks as though the A merican wife
were becoming a more independent
creature than the A merican husband.
F or this last development there is a
reason that is obvious to any one. T he
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S PECIA L S A L E A T OU R S T OR E
GEO. W . «’L I IT ON , N ew Castle, l*a.
R eborn Oo„ 28 \ V. I 5t h S t. , N ew York, N . Y. Booklet F ree,
girl of the present day is as well abl e’
to earn her livi ng as her husband. If
marriage prove« a failure in her case
she has only to tell her unsatisfactory
husband that she has resolved to sup
port herself and live apart from him,
and he knows well that he can no long
er hold over her head the club of pov
erty because of the loss of his earn
ings. S he can support herself these
Blit about that cruelty charge. It
sounds almost Incredible, but. here are
again the census bureau’s indisputable
figures to show that reviewing the
causes for divorce during the past for
ty years it has been discovered that
the legal separation of husband and
wife in consequence of the cruel treat
ment of the husband by the wife has
increased 1(309.8 per cent. N o less than
10.6 of the diverces granted to men
during the period reviewed by the bu
reau were for cruelty on the part of
A s to the form that this cruelty to
the poor husband takes, the cunsus
bureau is silent. It is not the business
of the statistical department to delve
as deep as that into causes. But it
surely must have been a sufficiently
cruel type of cruelty to induce an A m
erican judge to grant a divorce to th«*
injured husband. N ow that our girls
are being systematical ly trained in the
gymnastic classroom at the school-
house and the anaemic woman is be
coming a rarity, it behooves the A mer
ican husband to practice diplomacy in
the home or take lessons in the art
of dodging rolling pins and broom
But with her insreased ability to
chastise her husband, as shown by the
census bureau’s figures, there has also
come, it is really too bad to have to re
cord. an increase in the vice that has
been considered one peculiarly be
l onging to men -that of drinking to
excess T he figures show that the in
crease of drunkenness among women,
as shown by divorces granted for this
cause, is 554.5 per cent. In fact, this
reason for divorce comes second In the
list, according to the census stati stics.
T he men have still a little the best
of in in tie- race for divorce on
the alcohol line, for, while the increase
among women has been recorded as
554.5 per cent, the drunkenness of
husbands has increased 699.9 per cent.
It is appall ing to note that in the
F nited S tates 73 divorces are annually
granted to «very 100,000 of population.
'1o the same number of persons Ireland
annually grants less than 1. England
2, Italy 3, A ustria I, S cotland 4, Ger
many 15, F rance 23, S witzerland 32
and Japan 215. S witzerland, with a
ratio of 32, comes next to the U nited
S tates, but this country wins by a huge
majority in the general run.
How He Knew.
"\ \ hy is it," asked the blind man
of his neighbor, "that the women
with the sweet est voices are al ways
"How do you know they are ugly?"
quizzed the neighbor.
"My wife describes them to me. ”
Xew York Press,
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M AK E T H I S
the best T hanksgi vi ng season
you have ever had by dep08lb
ing at Our S avi ngs Depart rue'
as much money as you can j
T hroughout the year you^
know the 3 per cent i nterest is
st eadi l y addi ng to t he amount
and that next T hanksgi vi ng
will find you with more money
than you put in, wi thout any
effort on your part.
$2 oo and upwards pays for
a Safe Deposit Box at our bank.
U N ION N A T ION A L BA N K
N O. Of R . L ON G A VEN T E,
N EW CA S T L E, PA .
"Don’t wait for the sun to shine."
It is not necessary for sunli ght to
have your photo taken hçr».
L eave your orders novT \*hilo the
rush is not so great for yoA t Christ
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129 V4 E. W ashi ngton S t. , T wo Doors
East of L awrence S avi ngs and T rust.
N eighlHirlj ( Consideration.
"I heard your baby crying nearl y
all night. W hat was the matter
"1 think sue wanted me to get up
and carry her around, hut I was
afraid if I did you’d be disturbed
hy heari ng mo trampi ng the floor
over your head. ’’- Chicago R eeord-
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bryan of this
city, spent T hanksgivi ng with A ttor
ney and Mrs. T . M. N eely of L eetsdale,
Dr. J . F . R o b e r t s o n
Practice L imited T o
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