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January 30, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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T.SVU. TUB DALL.Y- COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. WEDNESDAY, JANTJART 30, 1315 TAG-YOUR-SHOVEL DAY IS AT HAND America's war women, through the I BUCK ETOflSG GOlVN ' Wtomeu's Committee of the Council or; National Defense, is 'going to have an official button, according to "an-announcement -made- by Dr. Anna Howard Shaw"; "Although we do not -wish to button, ail America.", said Dr. Shaw, "we do wish -to'enlist every wpnian in the land for war service. For-_that reason the committee has decided to j issue a button. Designs are n.o^rT.be-1 ing considered. It will be a'service! button, which indicates active mem- ' bership in,the local or state Woman's.,. Committee of Council of National Defense.--It will co"st on-ly a small stira'i -3uY it^cannotibe bought b'y any per-I -son-Tho-does not- bek»ng- to a unit-of j the committee or is herself a member.' Every -woman who registers will have' . ihe privilege ot iwearicg. it.. ..The but- , ton" will acquaint members with each : other. ' ' . .j Mr. and Mrs. William Elford of 1 Squirrel! imi.-Eittstmrs. have; .an-j nounced the 'engagement of their j daughter. Miss Mary Elford to John j "Tffi SfcGuinness: ot "Erie "and 'Cteve-'i land-.- The wedding .will be anevent; "oJ February 11. ' Miss'Klfofd is a rela- : ·live; of -Mrs. Mary - O'Hara .'and 1 ! fam-'. J ily. and has a number _of friends in ·Ccnmellsville;-havlng frequently" Visit: -j ed at the O'Harat home in Vine street. OF STKLKIi'G MiSIGJT. _ _ .Tfie -regular meeting _ of the West- j moreland County Medical Society will i .be. held TuesdaV. afternoon ia Greens- 1 -burg. Dr. Thomas P. Cole will give I 'an address; ...... · · · · · | - · -- - ' f Mrs. Carroll V. Snader entertained . the Busy Seven Faacywork club at her ! home in East Crawford avenue last [ evening. Mrs. Modisette B. Speer, of | Flttsbu'rg. formerly a member of the | club -was an honor guest. After a ! pleasant evening refreshment were ! served*. The next meeting will be : held at the home of Miss Edith Harris · in Race street. Very striking in design is this all with a tunic of silk net. the latter being .bordered with spangled embroiders'- The bodice is extremely simple, fashioned with a V neck and square back. The augel-^ving sleuves and the scarf add 1 distinction to the gown. "Over There" Unit So. 6 wil! meet tonight at the home of Mrs. David | Cunningham in.Vine street to knit for j the Charleston Comforts Branch of rae j Navy League'.' A unit to the Charleston Comforts · · · PERSONALS. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Cuppett, w.ho spent their honeymoon in Washington, D. C., hare returned to Unioiuown, where they will reside temporarily with the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John J. Herron. Hear Evangelist' Nairn at U. P. church this week. -- Adv. -- 28-51. Miss Sarah ReynoMs went to Pittsburg this morning to visit friends. The best place to shop after all. Brownell Shoe Co. -- Adv. lliss HiWa Smith is visiting friends in Pittsourg. !*»'' TMiss a gospel treat. Evangelist Nairn,.U. P. church-- idv.--28-ot. Miss K-elle Bevins is visiting friends in Pittsburg today. Yonr opportunity to hear a worth while speaker. -- U. P. church. -- Adv.-5t FOLLOWED BY RUN ON THAT COMMODITY County iVoU Administrator Asked to See That Quantities Art; Limited mid Profits Kept Itovrn. Ttie food administration's deerei.' ' requiring merchants 10 limit the : sales uf flour and to require consumers to make use of ocicr cereals j bad tiio immediate effect :n Conc£l:s- \ ville or a run on the stocks ot \vbeai Hour on hand, according- to reports from several merchants. To prevent ; [Jioarding County 1 -Food Administrator! | diaries ti. Davidson of Uniontown, j [today save out the following insiruc-1 tioos received by telegraph from ! Stats Food Administrator Howard i Heinz: j "To prevent hoarding. Hour, following ; the President's proclamation, T aug: gest you enforce ruling' \vUli r e f e r : er.ce iu quantity of sales of Hour out- ; lined in our letter .ot December.. 1i). | Tht* -sale of flour by retailers, millers | | or'otnor dealers in towns or cities to i ' individual consumers shall be ir. one- · ; eigbtb to one-fourth barrel quantity or ICSP; in rural or foreign communities in one-fourth to one-half barrel ; quantity or less;. Any evidence of consumers buying in excoss of quantity above mentioned will be dealt with severely under hoarding acL "Grnss maximum profit for wholesalers in flour should not exceed from 50 to 75 cents per barrel. Profit exacted by retail dealers in original m i l l packages should not exceed from 80 cents to $1.20 per barrel, depending upon character of service performed. Whom re-tail ers seil in amounts less than original mill package, the gross [ profit should not exceed on*; ceat per j pound. Any profits in excess of these | or in excess of those that obtained in ; pre-tvar times will he considered cause for an investigation. Substii- · , tutes for wheat flour should be sold ] Payment ItequLml by Fth. 10 Notice: E 3 U3 ' z " ' ·at not more than a reasonable ad- From Mayor's Ofiicn Says. : r °° ' ' vance over actual purchase price of Trte HOME of QUALITY end SERVICE I I29to'l33 N PmSBURG St.- CONNELLSVlUjtl fift. Every Co^. c : Jn f.^is Store Every Suit iir* is Store Every SsSk or Serge Dress in this Stos-e Every Set of Furs m this Store Every Evening Dress in this Store Everything imwt be sold as we will no1 carry one piece ovsr. Today is Ta.g-V"our-3hovol day, whon twenty-tv;o million school-children tli'.-oughout the cii'.ire country aro to co-operate with the United Stute: 1 - Fuef AdniiJ:i.stration in tc.ggmg every eoul shovel in ti:o L'nitrd StiiLcs. \vii.h u request that the- user save ouu shovelful of coaL t-acd day. Here is u. picture of Governor James .VI. Cox uC Ohin h a v i n g his shovt;! tas^oil at his home in Dayton by Miss Consignee Green, a lu-year-old p u p i l cif tin 1 Lnnyf^ilow .school, and Master Thornton Kills, a 10-yiur-oUJ p t i p i i of the Jefferson school. Pure Chewing Gum LICENSE TAX DUE ! BENEF1T - OF_CHORAL SINGING-| ates Spirit of Broth- ' :s Mind Off 3usl- i ness, Assirts Professor. : Notice hai been given to the mer- : particular goods and sold wabont re- chants and ven[]lrs of the dt . a , at the | utterance to something " sard to market or replacement value | Ucense ^ f D r u , e year ot 3U1S , s d uo Vlthln one which con never find es and that payment should be made on pression in words or nuts. In the o p i n - ' or before February .11). The merchants i on O [ A . E_ we.«i»-ooh, dlrccior of ; have had all January lo pi.y the license music In the ICansM State ARilnil- tax and ihe date will not be extended turol college. Choral singing Ls of. beyond February 10. La;st year some grc^t beaetit to a community. at time of such snle." FOUR GREAT SIGHTS Is United Presbyterian Krangelist's Subject for TonihU "Poor Great Sights" wjll be Evango- j last Nairn's sermon topic at the United Presbyterian church tonight. At the afternoon service at two o'clock. Dr. Nairn, lectured on Uie subject. "Peter's Detonr." The meetings are growing in mtrrfbers a j Four made confession 1 Jesus Christ as t'aeir Saviour last 5t I night, iiany were deeply moved as taxes n-ore not paid in until March " "Music is of great advantage to but the city authorities are not going men." said Professor ^Vestbrook. "It to be bothered this year coliuctlcg equalizes them, creating n spirit of them. brotherhood, and takes their ininds off The city license tax includes all business. It .gives them a new and merchants, vendors, restaurants, brok- . different Insight, which is accomplished ers, bowling alleys, placos of amusement. hacks, taxi-cabs, teams, horses not by sinking the common popular son^.i, but by really good music that i ad in power, for hire, real estate dealtirs. peddK'rs., can be appreciated, of faith in hucksters, and other business trans-; "The value of music in bringing together socially disorganized communU i acted in tlie city on whl.ch placed. Eighth street. Greenwood. iliss Helen. Castoar, daughter- of Mrs, Mae Casbar, of Mount Sterling, and .Ralph. .Rankin/were-marriedy yesterday in' the court house in Uniontown. The mothers of the bride and bridegroom and grandmother of Mr. RanMn, witnessed the ceremony. The bridegroom, left today to join Company D, 119th. Regiment, at Camp Hancock, Augusta, Ga. The marriage of Miss Goldie E. Col- 'bom, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Colborn of Unlontown, and August A. Patterson of "West Brownsville, was quietly solemnized yesterday. Rev. Cloyd Goodnight, pastor of the Central Christian church of Uniontown, officiating. The bridegroom, who is with Battery F. stationed at Camp Sherman. Chillrebibe, 0., arrived home last Friday on a seven-day furlough. The monthly business social meeting of the J. O. C. class ot the First Methodist Episcopal Sunday school was held last evening at the home of Mrs, j. Rj-Morris in last Green street. 'The Royal Circle of the United Brethren church "win meet Friday night at the homo o" Mrs._John Oker i n "Cedar, avenue..'..,. . . . The monthly 'busines meeting of the Christian " Endeavor society of the United Brethren church was held last evening in the church. Daniel Miller in East Mtirphy avenue. men's Guild of Triuity Episcopal church, Wednesday evening. February 6th, Odd Fellows' temple. South Pitts- tmrg street. Vocal solos. -Recitations and old fashioned games. Kifere's orchestra and Edison Recreation. Adi mission,. lOc.--Adv. Mrs. A. A. "WethereH of North Pittsburg street has about recovered from injuries suffered by a fall several j-weeks ago while op. her way to Sunday school. She is able to be about in the house. ties has never been fully realized. By they listened to the evangelist's mes- i The license tax generally niDs high i choral singing, people in any one fb- ! sage on "The Fatherhood of God". ' the first few months of ':he year, b u t 1 callty can be brought into certain sym- · MiES Elizabeth Ma* Brown, reached j notice of the necessity ot m.ikins t h e . pnthy with one another. Wherever; the hearts of the seople as she sang.] payments was srmi'wliat late this year., there is a neighborhood there Is a "My Heavenly Father Watches Over j There i? generally mncr difficulty in! chance for sinking. A lender is need-: Me!" I coilectinir the tax from the hucksters «1 who will select only the best music. '. To tho manifest, delight of tae and vendors and tho police follow up Where neighboring groups have been ! large number of children present. Dr.} these delinquents. : -^King; tbc sumo kind of good m n s l c , Nairn preached a five minute sermon | to them, just preceding the one to the older members of the audience. 'When Coffee Disagrees quick results for the better fqllow. a change to Instant Postum A; delicious, drug. free drink, tasting, much like high- grade coffee, comforting and satisfying" to the former coffee user.' Ideal for cliildren. "There's a Reason" for POSTUM Sold by Grocers. ADVANCESALE GOOD Large Attendance at "Spring Bonnet" · Performance Expected. The advance sale of seats for "The Spring Bonnet," to be presented in the new high school auditorium tomorrow and Friday niga'ts, with a matinee on Saturday afternoon for the school I children, is unusually large. This I was shown by the big demand for j reservations when the reserve seat j sale opened yesterday morning at I HTetzel's drug store. -The play Is being staged unde'r the direction of the Misses Moorchead for the benefit of the soldiers and sailors and indications are that a large suni will be realized, "The Spring Bonnet," is a two-act musical play sparkling with wit. There is not a dull moment from the rise unti^ the fall of the curtain. The song numbers are tuneful and are sung with 'volume and sweetness by the large chorus, which has beer, thoroughly coached. About 500 prominent Connellsville folks appear in the cast, each being especially adapted to the role for which they have been selected to portray. The city's very best talent has been -chosen to appear in the benefit play. Tho dancing is unusually pretty and the costumes decidedly new and attractive. A delightful feature of the play will be the singing of "You're Afraid,' by 100 little folks, who are -wonderfully clever. The opening performance will begin at 8.15 o'ciock. It is promised that there will he no long, and tedious waits between acts. If you have not. already purchased a ticket buy one and help to swell the fund to be' used for purchasing warm .clothing and other comforts for the .boys in training camps "arid "over there." ' WttLUNDERGO OPERATION Irl rnlmw Will Go Under Knife iu Order to Enlist in irmy. In. order that he may be physically fit to enlist in th earmy in Palmer will undergo an operation at the Cottage State hospital this week. He has been turned down OE account of physical disability and after an examination recently a physician told hjra be could not pass tbc examination. Palmer will go into the hospital tomorrow and be operated on Thursday. He expects to be able to get into the army after recovering Erom the operation. DECIDE YOURSELF they \vlll find in any large community i "· '·'- gathering thut they havo something in common and will be ready to take part in choral singing on an even larger The QpiiorlunUy Is Hen.% Backed By scale. C«mnt"lIsTilJe '.i'estiuioor. ; **^' nn orchpstrn playing Beethoven plnycd Iu u community unused to snch music, there would break forth from ' the audience an unrestrained applause such ns comes only from people who . are re/illy huripry for good music--the ' kJnd of music thnt comrannlty musical societies will bring to them." ; SOJtEKSET VO'M£S BCSY. They TOT in 'eorly 2,000 Knitted Articles. The various branches or the Somer- Don't lake our word for it. Don't depend on a stranger's statement. * Read Connellsville endorsement Read the statements of CoiineHsvillc citizens* And decide for yourself. Here is one CoDnellsville case of 1L W. K. IxtWB, S19 Tenth St, N., says: "My kidneys caused ice a lot oC annoyance for about a year. I was bothered con-suuuly by pains in the small of my back and I didn't have any control over the kidney secretiofts. I took treatments from two doctors, but didn't get relief, t learned ot* Dean's Kidney Fills, got a box acd began taking them. They relieved me at once. Tbis was a few montts ago and 1 haven't had any trouble since." Price OOc, a; all dealers. Don't simply ask [or a kidney remedy--get Doan's Kidney Pills--the same that: Mr. Lowe had. Koster-Milbum Co., j GEJTE2AL HACMTi'G, COAL AJfl) CRUSHED COKE. AV. "VV. 6LOTFELTY. Both Phones. CocueUsville, ft set county chapter of the Red Cross Props, Buffalo, N. Y.--Adv. has turned in 1,927'knitted articles, ac- i cording to a report submitted by Mrs. j Mary M. Levy, publicity chairman of the chapter. .This total includes sweaters, wristlets, socks and other articles. Tonr Business Snccess. : Some.time you may learn that your .('business..success was determined by .!.the fact that'you had accumulated a I little money in... the bank. Having -Ji-eady money at. the right moment-' ! often means "success. A . few. dollars ; in the bank may.be the beginning at j your success.' "Havo a bank account" I and deposit a portion of your income, , thus accumulating a reserve fund for- future use. The best time to open an acouht is now. This bank invites | your deposits and assures positive | safety for your money. The Citizens i : National Bank of Connellsville is un- j der U. S. Government Supcrv;siOtt-and I ' is a safe defpository for interest bear- ! Ing or other funds. The 'bank is' at : 138 Pittsburg street, Connellsville.--i adv. DAWSOX CHUICOI.8 USITK. Ship of Mystery. . I The manufacture of a large part of i muchtnery to replace anything broken " is almost Impossible 1 In the limited: space of the battleship'* machine shops. But wondrouy fonts are performed In the repair ships tlmt accompany fleets on stations remote from : do:. 1 !; facilities, states a British war: correspondent. | The repair ship Is n huge flouting; Binithy and machine shop packed with; everything that the wit of man can concentrate into the space for treatiug' wounded battleships. These ships em-) ^ploy some of the best artificers from Sunday Scboo! fintllerint; to 1 our naval dock yards, and are scat: ' u L'ntontovni Friday. . i tcred in every quarter in which the The annual midyear conference of . British fleet Is stationed remote from the Fiyette County Sunduy School as- MID-YEAR CONFERENCE il4 Held WEAKSB For Services in Order to Conserve t'nti. dock facilities. Tlie Boclie has notJi- ii)£ Hire them, auci it lias been stated Presbyterian tlidt no -inquisitive Boehe bfl.s ever ; on Friday. been ullowi?rl to intrutle his nosa' sociatiou v.'iLl be held ia the I^rst church 3.1 Uiiiouiown, Increase and Evangelisin will be tlK' tpic-a for clircussion vli.il Simdiy night tlie; nbottn] one to InTestigiite Its myster- i,ot!i moraing and afternoon sessions. Yield to Lydia E. Pinkhac Vegetable Compound. Thousands of Girls Benefit Amoiig'the branches .aiid the n u m - j chllroll( , s of rj ;iH . son w : n tol | u n i o n j ies and taki the information to bia workers from ber of articles donated are: Confluence. 31; Rocku'ood, 53; Meyersdale, 393; Addison, 27; TJrsina, 11; JUarkleton, 31; Stoyestown, 76; Berlin, 305. 1VIIL PLAY SCOTTDALJ-;. every section of tbc services to conserve f.icl. Service:; i employers of how tlie strange fears counlj . w i l l gal ijer tor this meetin- Sunday night will he held in the Bap-i prrlormca by the repair ship are ef-. a n d discuss these matters as they re- list cburcti. This will not ictcre.:erc -with tho Sunday morning arrangement. Tue other churches baving evening services are Lhxj Cochran JMemurial Methodist Episcopal and the Presbyterian. I fected. Tho repair sldp is the abode of secrets. Connellsville Independents Vill Go to Mt Pleasant. The Connellsville Independents, a picked team of girls from the Ionian and South ConncUsviiie girls' team, will go to Mount Pleasant tonight Lo play the Scottdaie girls team at the armory there. The girls game will be a preliminary and is called for 7.30 o'clock. . The team ·will leave here on ihe G o'clock street car, making a transfer at Scottdaie. Would BeDelecllTe. Banco ut the Armory, The danco of the Nen f Haven Hose company, which was to havo been belt! j in the Blka Home on Wednesday eveu- · ing, January 30th, has been trans- j ferred, to the State Armory in order to accommodate the exceptionally large crowd thai is expected to attend. New Haven Hose Company.--28-31. Win Truth by Strength. We think that we shall win truth by striving- after strength, instead of knowing tliar we shull #.ia strenslh just Jn the dejrref? i kn i WR LPL-O/RI- true.--Phillips Kro-.k^. son Visit Camp Lee.- Mrs. Thotnan lloblnsion and Cliarles of Smithfield were in town yesterday on. their way to Camp Lee. Petersburg, Va., to visit the former's Samuel A. .Fassoa^.a ConneUsville 'son, Clarence Robinson. From there citizen who" says he has been both a ! they will go to Camp Gordon, Atlanta, constable and deputy, sheriff, present- Ga., to visit Clark Robinson, another ed to. the court in Uniontown Monday ! son of Mrs. Robinson. a -potilfon for leave .to carry on the ! ' -- -- · - -- business ol a detective. He sets forth i · Kuiiroate Stricken. Paul Hand Mailed. Kuctiar of Adelaide, 50 years late to the local Sunday uchools. tors, superintendent, district and county officers receive a special invitation to attend, but aJI Sunday school workers are welcome. 'tt". G. Landes, tlie general .secretary, of the Pennsylvania State Sab- barb School association, will be present throughout the entire day and will lead most of the discussion and conference work. that there is no detective Agency at i J. Sines of Confluence, an employe ' physicians have prescribed that place and he thinks ho should be iof tbc Baltimore . Obio railroad, while: j-whi ^3,5^ ^^g.^ ^t^m i^cw- granted a license. The petition was ! at work yesterday suffered an attack; BIG P0UCEC0URT Xinetoen Prisoners Given ncuriims; John Ilufzc] Opts Five Days. John He.txel "was given five days in a cell by Mayor John Duggan t h i s morning to allow him lo sober u\i. Ilotzcl was promised a trip lo the county jail when he makes his nexi nppearancc before the mayor. i ii fjisi(r SM^finDC 1 »BUl»E4 tlwUultW Eighteen other prisoners were given Then you need a winter tonic to hearings and vhree lett forfeits last keep up J'our biood-strength and night. Nine -ib-hour suntc-ncos were nerve-force. For nearly fifty years I'anded out in default ot ss.50 lines. and one man got 24 hours, Fotir were old, a miner SOY the H. C. Frick Coke company, was admitted to the Cottage j State hospital last night for treatment of a painfully martied right hand suffered yesterday afternoon when a pit wagon on which he was riding jumped the track. His hand was caught between the wagon and a pit post. directed^to be filed for the present. . . Who to Patronize.- Merchants who adveraie taeir goods The Dailr Conrler. .Taoqnes Smlioncre I'artf. Benefit Camp Lpe Boys, Thursday, January Slst. jiarkell' Hall, "kiferl'e --Adv.--2S-3t C A T A R R H For head orttroat Catarrh try the ft vapor, treatment of gal! stones. He was removed to bis home and a physician was immediately summoned. Today Mr. Sines ia reported to be resting easy. discharged on Iheir promise to work immediately and throe fines of $3.00 Midi). This nior polico court was tlie largest Mayor Dnggan's inauguration. u to paki ITinlcr Hits C.iimii. because it is a true food and an In a letter to his pju'ents. Mr. am! . act j ye ton j Cj -easily digested and from alcohol. If you are run- Mrs. M. E. Porter of'Dawson. S. E. Porter vrho is in a ini'ining camp Porter vcflo is in a training camp at \, · ., 77 .. , .. , , ' tain Tea majces tae noweis Camip Grant, 111., writes that drilling oo\vn, it night tir.ds you tirea and | ular nalu ral--makes you has been suspended because of sno'.v, but Jong hikes are made. Classified Advertisements i Bring results. Cost oojy lo a word. sleep is not refreshing, by all means get Scott's Emulsion today, you Heed It, Scott BOWHC, BloomCeld,N,J. 17-31 Eov.'tls clogged, sick hc-adacho. no fun is it? Why not have that happy luce, red cheeks that come with good ; digestion? Hollister's Rocky Aoun- makes the bowels work rcg-' fed like . Conne!ls\-ilie ! St. Louis, Mo.--"ViTien I was o fifteen years oJ^mother bad to put to bed every mo for twodaysbeca I suffered such p; I also suffered fr a w e a k n e s s : mother took me a doctor but he nothelpme. Fim mother m a d e takeLydiaE. Pi ham's Vegeta Compound and hasmudemcstrt and healthy, when mother o- hear any woman complaining we them about Lydia E. Pinkham's Ve table Compound and what it did me."--Mrs. JOHN FRAME, 1121 N. 1 St., St Louis, Mo. Girls who suffer as lira. Frame should not hesitate to give this fam root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pi: ham's Vegetable Compound, a trial, the evidence that is constantly be published proves beyond question t; this grand old remedyhas relieved m suffering among women thin any ot! medicine. For confidential advice vrrjteLvdia Pir.Khum Medicine Co., Lynn,"Me Uhe result of their forty years ejcp ence is at your service. TO"PEOPLE WHO CHAI Orer one hundred thousand people in country have proved that nothing relit the sorcnwa of chafing as quickly : permanently as "Syfc-j Comfort Poivde 25c at Vinol and otltcr drus; stores.- T Box Free. The Comfort Powder Co., Boston, Mai Take it tonight. Co.--adv. Classified AdTertisemenls Bring results. Cost only le a word, '· Absolutely Remove Indigestion. Druggis refund money if it fails. 2

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