The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 29, 1918 · Page 6
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, January 29, 1918
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fAGE THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. TUESDAY, JANUARY 2!, IfllR. TWO GAMES T05IGHT. FINDING A DESIRABLE WIFE! Lonely Young Pioneer Who Did Not Know How, Found It Was Really Rather Simple. ·S:. I · ·£:· TJIJS ABCADE. urday in Pittsburg, and ^Sunday with. -Miss Bertna Tilbrook"ot;'Mahor. . J. L. Love, li Jb. : Dayton, and Oma. French were put. of town-'guests on Sunday.: ;.' ·- . ; - ' · ; '..Mr. and;. Mrs.: Charles ;Eyers o t j -- -- " " ! Hastings, '.Nebraska, spent- Saturday; . BYKvE'S- GIDDY. GJRLB-_ .COM- Urlth -Mr.^ and "Mrs. Ty.V P. .Bute ot panK-,,"Thaisnja,rtest.'.icni-begrinusi-:itaw:son and ate"-now, visiting at the' ! cal matt tEe^Arcade'.lj'.verJliad^ wasj (forne of Leslie Byers ot Franklin stindlffg.rocfflrau-rtoirasnlp. ." '" :. ' .. ... afOBSl" popularriitfle plar-;-'S:"E. Porter was an out of town -c; house yesterday. .It.was "The Kodak i C aiier on Sunday. " ' *'; ffrt" Presented-bj-^Bj-rae , Byrne's-! Tin-funeral sen-ices ot Mrs. Lau. « j ; - GioiJy Girlies and' it was'-pure in "f 6ne,'| thers took place Sunday afternoon ··«.; witir'cMcby ; m'usic, · Vrvely in motion: from the Methodist Episcopal church, -;;.: , and brilliant in costume. It eclipses ' tie pastor, Rev. S. W. Bryan, official-, ,, c . . . , , , - , , , , £-; -everything m-tnemnsical comedy line \^ s . Music was furnished by a ladies j U ° n ' ^o has'been on the s,ck list for Pechin. PBCHIN, Jan. 28.--Mrs. Georja Gildroy of Hill Farm; who has been til for the last-week with tonsilitis, is much improved. Miss Thelma Carr.t who has . been visiting her lincle and aunt, iMr. and Mrs. Bdisou Walters of Pittsburg for a week, has returned to her home at Keffers station. 'Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cope of Pechin are the proud parents of an eight and a half pound baby boy. The stork made the visit Wednesday evening. }!iss Eleanor Senor of Ketfers sta- : j ' Un itsn-aried -originality, and- is one quartet. Interment in the Dickerson long continuous laugh. With Billie Rnn cemetery. Byrne, a wonderful impersonator, I , ' i jhickedjby.:ChaTlie Byrte, i '«5Ian. Shd'a'" dashing.chorus _the show j is immense. Biilie Byrne looks and I acts like one o( the fair sex. and at! For 'February Court at Somerset the close.when he removed his -blonde.; Smallest in. 10 Tears. fDHUtlMAI HOT jUullllIfAL Ltol ' the past*month. is much Improved. Miss Leora Hughes, who was taken sick while visiting relatives and friends in the vicinity of Pechin, was able to return to her home at Eden- boru this week. Mrs. J. Vf. McClaln, of Ferguson road, who had been seriously ill for %\ .wig the,'audience, 'was.', dumbfounded,! " SOMERSET; Jan"^.--District -At-1*0, p " t ^"^J^^ m " Ch beU!r ';;».; bat theyi-recovered in'time to .enjoy torney'Virgil R; Siylor today a huge ·joke, ; pn tb-erase-lves. The cos- S I turning Sg^SccllentTatMl; : th«--musical. : i; J selections- are- original ^or itaken from nonnced the trial list for. the regular "which will .convene :Fobmary 4. The £:*- the score 'ot/.fammK^iQUsraljiOTnedy calendar'is th/'smallest in 10 vears. $' successes. the break {town f T h e Hgt i oU v ' ·' ' - ' *· of electric system atvth'.power house ' yesterday's matine-e was .staged toy;the nae^d" storage 'battery .lamps.. ::Last nifbt Bela B-.Smith was ' Samuel"Bingman and Samuel 'Day, assault and battery, .George,' Honkus, prosecutor;:- Fred' Baldwin;.' offense --.-- i against morality, Naomi Ybnng; '£1- ute speafcef'and'gave a feryJnlevest- more B. .Meyers, offense' against mo- Jag talk,. Tonight: the Jewish',Sim'day j ra n t y,-sue Jteyers; Adam WJsler and ·» ' schools will present .1 musical "tarce ""* \ at tire Arcade and on "W-eo^ne'sday r ·Byrne Byrne will offer, "A-·fiip to ~ China- Town," a mnsical comedy" -The ? picture -will be the "The Fighting ar:r "BiUIe -Burke £ "Gloria's Romance" Tv-131 be rvtn-tbis ^ -evening in order" to accommodate "*" those- who "were unable to see it ? terday. · -- ~± I PROOF OFF* f ? | : . - JKIDNEY-MEDICINE ~ i have Been sellini;: .Dr." Kilmer's ^ ' · Swamp-Root for more than fifteen ^ years, and in all that time I have had 5 ·-npthlBs-Jbiit the highiist praise for-it.. S ss'a gbod'kidney and Madder remedy. 3 -.--'In-factj-i-lcnow-of two-physicians- Z. who iaye. jr.escrihed. it in their .prac- 1 tree' -vith exc'ellon't results; -- Tours truly. 2 FRANK KLIN^E, Ph. G.. i : ~ -- "-Bruggtpriho-CEemlst.- g 432 SchuykiVT-ive.: ' lay 19, 1917 " Keadirig; Pa! i f Bo For Annie Wisler, selling liquor witaout license,Mojiner Kj'ucif; Fred Crow, asault'and battery, Thomas'..Crow; John Kondrako, carrying concealed weapons. Edrarard C. Arisinaa; C. X. Hyde, defrauding hoarding housekeeper, P. O". Feller; James F. lloore, em- -b'ezzlemeut, Gertrude 3£. Shank; James Logue, assault and'-batteryvGeor'ge' L. Huston; Jtike MoCIoskey, assault and batterj,^J_ennle jifcCloskey;; · Qeo'rge ^ Huston, assault, and battery,; James ' j .George Wooznick, furnishing and able to be about again. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Mjnerd of Keffers station were visiting relatives .in South Connellsville last week. Tax Collector J. B. Senor of Keffers station, Tuesday celebrated his 54th 'birthday by enjoying, a chicken and waffle supper with his family and a tew friends. A more pretentious cele^ bration of the event had been intended' but the accident to .Mr. Senor several weeks ago resulted iu some fractured riba and confining him to the house, caused the original plan to be de- * * Ti»fe iTfci't Ton Send ten. cents to Dr. Kilmer Co., ·; l- _gingtiani.ton,_X....y. . for a.sample, size inee-H Elite Clnb and the .». 0. Five Will Play at ILecettbw Hull. The Elite eiub basketball team and the Baltimore Ohio live will piay a i ' city league game at the llaccabee Hall ··· In a new 'settlement In tile thick tongiht. The two teams have not faced | forest, 20 miles or more from a city cacti other and. a fast game is in pros- | "no ten miles from a railway, were pect. The Elite lost to the Oarage ' located u sawmill and a few scattered last week and the railroaders need u ' honiasteaacrg who worked at the will victory to put them into the race. A ! when it was running and amended ·big crowd is ejected at the game. ! their little dcnrlngs at other ^mes, A preliminary grunc ivill be plnyeS j relates a writer In the .Chicago Trib- between two girls teams, the Scottdale girls and tho South Connellsville I quintet being.' scheduled. If Scotidale I is hold up oi account of poor trans'- j porta-tion facilities, aisolher team will ·be stibstitutqd - I ' One day in the cook's camp, connected with the mill, the man anil his wifu in ehtirgy began joking the homesteader about being the only settler In the whole community without a wife and ' J family. I "How can I help it?" said he. "Tfiere are no marriageable women that I ; Qnotns Are to Hiilic Up Udiciiiii- j k "°"''",, . . . cks in Vniiy C'amps. i Oh, there are lots of them that would . '· be glad of a good home such as you ; DKAFTKES CO 1'KBlll'AKV «. Drafted men who will be summoned could furnish," snid they. to make up shortages of draft d i s - j .. Wcn _ you Just flnfl me one _,, snld tricts tributarj- to Camps .Lee and the homesteader, "and I will make you Meade, will in all probabilily begin a present o£ ^ best cow OJ1 Qle to move to those camps February G,! p] u ce." but the balance of the men needed to| y m to jj e bluffed, they accepted his make up the quota under the first call j proposition. Then they got busy,.nln- will not start before February 15, according to present indications. The men to make up shortages will ning over their list of acquaintances In the city, finally selecting; for their matchmaking expedient, an estimable replace men. rejected at camps aUcr i lady of their acquaintance, living with physical examinations and deficiencies j her married sister in the city. under previous quotas. About 10 to 12 per cent still are due the two camps under .the first call. South African Shoe Trad*. Cape Province has numerous flrlBS which manufacture boots and shoijs. Many of these are engaged ID the production of high-class footwear though, as a rule, the better class of footwear that is popular in. this country; is obtained, from overseas, writes Consul General George H. Murphy, Cape Town. The foreign producer, with his highly specialized factories, Is able, with tho aid of the Importing merchant, to flood the market here with enormous quantities of boots and shoes, either made The victim selected for the sacrifice bad reached that age when unmarried women cease to eeJebrate birthdayj and begin to regard the tapering end of statistical possibility with more or less concern. The homesteader was about the same age, and, evidently, just as much concerned about his future on earth. A rriendly invitation was forthwith extended to the lady to spend a week with the cook's family at the camp. It was Innocently accepted. The homesteader was conveniently invited to a Sunday dinner with the cook's family, and the tragedy was staged. A case of love and desperation at for the South African trade, or form- i first f f *· * D "* afternoon, chap- ing- a part of his surplus output The ! ernne1 ** " «° k TM* ^ ^e. the result is that tho South African p::o- ' »»«? casualy slrol ed over to the rtucer Is unable to command B suifl- : homesteader's bungalow, where they i dent fflnrtet to warrant extensions of i f o »f d 4 everything "spick and span," his plant to meet large calls which may be made by the wholesaler. He must content himself with producing high-grade footwear In ismall quantities for the retailer. Large qiumt/ties of boots ant! shoes are being received from the United States, partly as a resn'lt of the impossibility of obtaining adequate supplies elsewhere. Turki Sought British Aid. "A relief from the atrocities of war znny be seen In the ercej*pt of a letter from « nephew of mine," writes Valentine Robinson, 40 Wall street, New York, tn the Herald, who is Ja tbe 'Cn- with just enough incongruity in the i arrangement to make the fingers of an | orderly housekeeper tingle with ambition to put things la their proper corners. I A few months later the records In I the county clerk's office gave a hint I of further developments, which were j staged ut the sister's home in the city. i The happy couple at once settled in j their new home *'and lived happily j ever afterward." * 1 In the excitement the poor cow wns j crowded off the stage and forgotten by the matchmakers, but a short time later, looking out one rooming, they saw Mr. Homesteader driving a cow into camp--as good as bis word. ferred. Mr Senor is able'to he about! Beers' corps in Palestine: " liquof'to'persons of known interper- ate habits, Edward Sachs;. \V. D. Smith, Thomas Harris and Prank Flood, -larceny, li. J. Secrcst; Jacob Lue'zak, assault an(l battery.with in-! tent to kill, Thomas .V. Robertson; Bill Popiosky, assaut and battery with intenfto .kill. Thomas R. Robertson; Alexaniiria ....rjsczatowski, -· offense 'against morality,'Thomas R. Robertson;: William Drnm, offense against morality, Mabel Toolan; Scotr. May, offense against.morality, Hilda Brady. the bouse but will hardly he able to venture out for a week or two ytit. Mrs. C. "W. Baker and Mrs. Thomas Kelly of Pechin were shopping in Connellsvilie yesterday. Mrs. Daniel Ramagc of Seaton hill was visiting relatives and friends In Union town and at Percy recently. She een in good health this winter is her first trip from home. The members of the "Episcopal]. 'After the flies and sand of the desert the grass and trees of were very grateful to the eye. \Ye soon had a little brush wtth the Turks and some of onr men wore hurt; vre drove them off and soon after a flag of truce cnnno In with three Turkish officers. They wanted to borrow a. doctor- theirs had been killed. Two ot the officers, "majors," were to remain as hostages i!or ONE M.UTE STORY OF THE WAR Sunny Nieupcrt on the Yser, a Little City of 4,000, Among Others Wiped Out of Existence. Kleuportlles npon tho Yser, the tidal stream that stopped the German rush for Calais, writes William Townsend Porter In the Atlantic Monthly. That .. .HIGH SCHOOL 1.0SES. church at the Furnace are planning a | rousing birthday supper In he given in the parish house Friday evening. February .1. .Everything good is bein£ provided and the committee feels it will he ahlc to teed several hundred guests. The proceeds will be for tB9 parish house. 'and when he came back hnd with him two regiment wounded that The they had given him In sratltnde. two boys hnd been treated well, lint were 'glad to be back with their o'vn folk.'" return. Devcns volunteered j June before the world went mad, the: peaceful town drowsed tn the sun---the pcurly Belgian .sun that painters love. The men went down to tjie sea in their flshing boats, or worked their fields; old women, their lace upon their knees, snt in a pntch of shade before the door nnd plied their bobbins; children, with shrill sweet voices, darted" about liko birds; the creaking wain went to and fro piled high with the harvest. Four thousand simple folk! Not ona jg ope; Locals Arc Trimmed hr tl'est Son-ton %ve re prevented High School, 88-22. . Some Inducement. Try our classified advertisements, j Christopher Brown walked into the ! locnl' recruiting station of the United . _ ' ' T i ! States marine corps at Philadelphia, ! . ; Meyersdale. says the Troy Times, and after an- '· remains. Their houses, too,, are fjone. | I nonnclng that he wns from Braintree, i T1 "' lr ancient church, their historic MEVERSDAIjE Jan. 2S.--Owing Un nald he wanted to enlist. "The Idea of | tower, nre mounds of rnln. And still ihe heavy snowfall and country roads ! enllsllng Is a good one," said the re- | the hissing shells, hour by hour, day by not being opened many of the fanners! cnilting sergeant, "but what is Brain- Ia y. te ^ r dm TM «« crumbling walls, The high school basketball -team' from attending the, tree--a breakfast food or nn edoca- Farmers 1 institute which opened injtionnl Institution7" "It Is a town In Amity hall Monday morning. It is j Massachusetts--the only town In tha - . was defeated-*/ th*- West -Newton hoped the' weather conditions will bejUnlted States that overproduced two high- school W the Jocal^gym floor -in better Tuesday and that a goodly mim- TM*TM*K-' nronrtlv m,,]|prt Brrf.n a-game Saturdaj'-u!ght."33-2T. The ber of the farmers will be in attend- witnessed the game and the student body-turned out big. - · . --7T-----^ T - i - , , ,·-, -· i 1.1 i " TBe" game "was fist, but pra'ctlcally ._, .will also recen-e a booklet ot valuable | devoid o£ ' Wuls _ Strub]e playcd visitors held the lead continuously, the ance as the lectures and everything first half ending lo^lQ. A- good crowd . information, telling about the kidneys and bl^der. When writing, he sure and_jS!efitita-TliCj.Connellsviile.-Dailj 1 - Courier.'-tattaiuin Q)d i^rge size bottle* for sale arair.' i [lrugu.5.tores.i r adv. Vanderbilt. VANDERBTiT, Jan. 28,--Mr. and Sirs. Cletis Strome 'ot, Cpnnellsvilte, · speatSunaajc.vrith the.latleri. parents;'. .Mr.-'andTJrs.'Hari-y'Linl'of.l'.'tookout Farm.-". " "i~*^." r -^. ^. ; --^- Joseph'JIaraJimaT of" Juniata, visited" his parents;- -Mr.- .and "JEfs.'V Jacob of'-Btmbar townshtp'-yes- "" " " big game for the locals, tossing in seven of the 10 field goals. C. Baughman Dlayed a nice game for West Newton at center. _jn the preliminary game the juniors ^defeated- the seniors, 17-9. ,. .Recorfl Year'for Kingston. Consul FelL-c.S-.'Sl Johnson of Klaff- ston, Onvario". i-ep'orts'thiit on the basis . 'oi-.bdslnessValrea'dir done the declared a guest of relatives and friends here connected with it is interesting and in- structiv. While the farmers could not get in presidents," proudly replied Bro'wn. "John Adams was born inhere; and so Wfls John Quinry Adums. John Hancock wns born there;, too, as wns Col. Charles G. Lonp, chief o - ! staff of the Monday the institute was wolf j mfir | De COT » « *TM '»* ,'_ \ thing" In a year or two." attended b y - t h e town people as all j »»'",, f^J ,,»£* "»·** ^ business people were frne to so on account of everything being closed on Monday. Miss Florence Boyer lert Sunday for "Warren, 0., where she enrolled as a student m Dumas ^Medical Institute. Miss Helen Uchty of Philadelphia, is spending^ a few days here viruting her parents", Dr. and Mrn. Brace Lichty.- .' ·" Kennedy Price oE Brownsville, was ndcllng fresh ruin to a scene most desolate The people of the stm arc gone. Another race Inhabits there. They live in holes beneath the ground. They come not forth except to kill i Camera Marks Airplane Hits. j The great aviation school nt Toronto j has devised a most ingenious scheme for training aviators In the use of the machine gun. Two ,apprentice flyers thelnfiucnce"o£ catalepsr7"Finnlly. in exports from that Canadian-"district tn the" :pnluitl States during the past cal- cridar yen'r will-approximate $5,000,000 fn value, as;* centres ted wltti |2,4S4.- 042-in-191R-anc] ?1,28S,2S1 in 1915. In lOlO-'Kirfgsfoh- had' an- erport trade with-the-'United* States* of less than for the. past fey days. . Miss Berriadette Crowe of .Somerset, spent from' "Saturday until Monday here at the borae of her parents, Mr. ahl Mrs. C. .Ei Cfowo. Miss "Helen Boucher haw gntie to State CoHege, where she has sectirel When the Doctors Despaired. There have been recorded during the war many being 1 cured by accidental means, such as a sudden "noise or an unexpected visitor, or as n startling question, nnd In one case «t least a midnight fall out of bed. But one of the strangest cnaes belongs to n former war, observes a cnrreRpondent, where a soldier lay, 15 months under . . , are sent up to fight under all the con- I despair, the doctors ordered the bug. dltlons ot actual warfare. They make eT«ry effort to aim and lire their machine gims at each other, only In placn of hulleta the gun IB fitted with camera lens and film. Every pull of. the trigger snaps a picture. If tho shot is a "hit" a picture of the "enemy" air- plime appears on the film; If n mliis, the film is blank. 'By examining the strip of. dim afterward !t Is possible to tell exactly how mu:ay hits each mtm made and how accurately he is pipes to be played near the patient's bed. That did the trick. There is a story told of a skipper who had a medicine-chest containing cores numbered one to seven. For dyspepsia he administered a stiff dose of No. 7. For sprains, No, 2 was tho hot- tie, nnd for rheumatism. No. C soomed to work the oracle. . But on a lengthy vojyige the skipper ran out of No. 7, so when next n member of tho crew hnd a pnln In his middle he dosed Win with n mlxturi.! of 2 plus 5. ^.f I'M- r.'irsm.GntiE Tomorrow. No house is too ola to be wired for Electric Light. Is ycrar house wired? If not, why not take advantage of our easy payment plan and have your house converted into a modern home? Our representatives are ready and willing at all times to call and explain details. Blumioating Engineers' a^ce free. Piicme or drop card to One of the best ways to prepare for future requirements is to make regular I deposits "with the Union National Bank and let them remain to your credit where they will increase at interest. COffHEU.SVIUE.PA, Come in and slant an account now. (WESTSIDE) 'A% Interest Paid 011 Savings Accounts. UNION NATIONAL BANK Waste Dollars d| Some users of printing ·"' save pennies by getting inferior work and lose dollars through lack of ad' vertising value in the work they get Printers as a rule charge very reasonable prices, for none of them get rich although nearly all of them work hard. Moral: Gitts i'oar printing !a a good pnnisr onJsaue rmaty. Osar Unexcelled A Woman's Good Judgment iu the management of household affairs attests her ability' to make every dollar do its full duty. She pays her bills by check because she knows it is safe ; convenient and economical. We invite the Checking Accounts of ·xvo- mcii and have special facilities a.t their service. MrS."leoaa-".Goughenj5ir-ispent Sat-. I -=. ATHtElltS VMLlr hf.iST 1?«SO.UCe VOOK. V/elGH-T ;,*iN D '' CUT THAT OUT-- NOO . i . llsrr IT \WILL-. Auso-pEivE LOPE. MORAX COORACE -i

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