The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 9, 1918 · Page 5
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, February 9, 1918
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1918. THE DAIIiY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. r-AGE FIVE. COMPANY C OFFICER IS MARRIED UNDER ,CANOPY OF FLAGS Nuptials or Lieut Stevenson j and Miss Arctic Doncaster at Mount Pleasant. Confluence. THE RING CEREMONY IS USED: Fifty KelaUres »nd Friends' WHwss j Ceremo»j Performed at Hone of the Bride last KTening; 1V1U live | at Aagssta, Ga.; Other Town Xews. I SvccUl to The Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, Feb. S.-Lieutenant William C. Stevenson of Company E, 110th Regiment, Camp Hancock, Augusta, Ga., son o£ Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Stevenson, and Miss Artie Doncaster, daughter of Ma-, and Mrs. Richard Doneaster, were married under "a canopy of flags at the bride's College avenue home last evening at 7 o'clock. Rev. J. E. Hartman officiated, using the ring ceremony. The Mission orchestra played the wedding march. Miss Ola Stoner was maid of honor and Carl Shupe was best man. After the ceremony a dinner was served to 50 persons, immediate friends of "both families. Covers were laid for nine at the bride's table, where the decorations I ·were a centerpiece of red and white carnations and blue iris. The bride i wore a dress of crepe meteor trimmed la pearl with a court train. The bridal veil was held in place with orange. blossoms, and the bride carried a shower boquet of bride's roses. The maid of fionor wore turquoise bine satin, trimmed in silver and carried Kilarney roses. Mr. and Mrs. Stevenson will Jive in Augusta. Mrs. Stevenson is a graduate of the Indiana Normal school and taught school at the Mount Pleasant borough schools. Mr. Stevenson was in service on the Texas border with Company E, Tenth Regiment. Jfew Dep»ty Arrives. At a meeting of the P. H. C. here on Thursday evening Mr. Cochran. state.deputy, brought Mr. Jordan, the new district deputy, who will take the place of M. M. H(-nelein, who has f been assigned to a new district. [ Son "ot Located. | Relatives being unable to h'ear. from Charles Sfcergan, aboard the United States ship "Wisconsin, the body of Mrs. Mary Skergan, lus mother, who died on Tuesday morning at her Hammondville home, was buried yesterday jn the St. Jo.';eph's cemetery, following funeral services at St. Joseph's church at 0.30 o'clock. CALLED FOR FRIDAY JIFty CON5!UIENCE, Feb. 0;--Baltimore Ohio trainmaster A. G, Bur^hner ·lea yesterday lor a business visit to Plttsburg. E. D. Drazlc one of our lead-ing farmers here was in- Somerset, Pa., yes- t*rtav transacting tonsiness. ' Fred Speyerer formerly porter at Hotel Dodds is BOW serving in the same capacity at the Confluence House. Mrs. George Cramer who is a patient at Frantz's hospital is improving at this writing. Win. Stoele manager of the Confluence Cold Storage company was in Urnsia, Pa., yesterday transacting business. G. C. Butler a prosperous farmer of Johnson Chapel. Pa., was in town yesterday transacting business. · Mrs. John Hawke has returned from a visit with friends at Pittsburg and Scottdale. H. C. Dean has-taken the agency for the daily paper here now, they were formerly handled toy S. T. Downs. Miss Lizzie Swan of Ccmnellsville, ·Pa., is visiting friends here at present. George Phillip! the well known lumiberman has returned from a business trip to Rockwood and Somcr- set,.Pa- v. Miss Nona Burnworth has returned to her home at Kim Grove, Pa., atfer a visit with friends her and at Johnson Chapel, Pa. Mrs. Charles Show left yesterday for a visit witli her son, Kay, and'other relatives in Fairmont, "SV. Va. John Curry a well known lumberman of Connellsville, Pa., is 1 here on business at present. J. B. Col-born was in- Somerset, Pa., yesterday transacting business. CQNiFUjENCE, Feb. S---Rev. N. B. Critchneld has returned to his home in Harrisiburg, Pa., after a visit of several days with friends here. Work on H. C Dalesman's new house on the "West Side is progressing very favorably. Sites Nicholson a do farmer of, Draketown, Pa., was here transacting business. Indications at this writing ire that it will' Btart raining in which case it would make the conditions here very unpleasant owing to the large bed of snow. ' Mrs. William Watson of Adrtlson. Pa- was here yesterday enronte to Connellsville, Pa., tjj visit friends. E. VanSicfcel a welt known lumberman of Urusia. Pa., was in-town yesterday transacting business. Mrs. George Muller was shopping and visiting friends in Connellsville, yesterday. Miss Elsie Beggs tlie'popuiar music teacher was in Ohiopyle yesterday where she has a largo mtosic class. Jack Shirer a w«ll known resident of Somerfleld. Pa., was here yesterday cnroute to Connellsville f visit friends: Miss Leah Hall and sisters have moved from Fair-view cottage near Charleston. Pa., to the rooms over Robert's store, Latrobe avenue, this place. Mrs-. T. G. Begss went to Connelis- REMARKABLE CURES Thankful People TeU T¥iat San Cm ' Oiitaent Did for Them. Laughrey Drug Co., Connellsville; Broadway Drag Co., Scottdale sells San Cur* Ouvtmeat on the money-back pian--roo relief--no pay. Guaranteed to relieve eczema, tetter, salt rheum, itcbins, bleeding or protruding piles, burns, cuts, carbuncles, chapped bands, cMtblains, /esters, insect bites and poison from ivy. "My face and neck were one mass ! of Mres; doctor aeid I had eczema and [ erysipelas. I had not slept for weeks j with burning, itching pain. The first time I used San Cura Ointment I slept all night and in a short time was completely cured."--Charles ' Fay,, TcHrorille, Pa. "My wife stepped on a rusty nail and ran it into her foot. San Cura Ointment drew out a poisonous brown pus and cured her promptly."--^ Eugene McKonzie. Plum, Pa. "I had been afflicted over thirty years with piles and spent over $500 for pile medicine. Two jars of San Cura Ointment cured me."--James Lynch, TSuterprise, Pa. San Cura Ointment costs 30 cents, CO cents and ?1-20 a jar at Laughrey trug Co., Connellaville; Broadway Drug Co., Scottdale, and is a splendid remedy for burns, scalds, cuts and bruises. THDTKS GHUEAT. Pretty -Girl Praises Tfar Surtags Stamps. '· "T'hes* W»r Thrift Stamps sure hare any other method of saving outclassed, 1 ' said the pretty stenographer in a dorm town office, the other day. ''Some weeks I can save two or tirce dollars and sornetines I am only taare with 50 cents or. a quarter when ray bills "arc pdid. It'i; fine just to ilira? -into the Ki »t National and Buy. Tli Stamps wi and Icnoiv am helping i whatever I can spare ·m that much ahead and Uncle Sam, too. Me Joi tie Thrift Stamps! They're great-"--adv. SOAP UEMOTES PDCPMS. San Cura Soap will remove pimples, j blackheads and many skin diseases, j Makes the complexion clear and the ; skip, velvety. :5c at Laughrey Drug j Co.. Oonnellsville; Broad-way D r u g ] Co., Scottdale. ! If your druggist doesn't keep it send j to the Thompson Medical Co., T i t u s - j ville. Pa.--adv. NO PENALTY PROVIDED Therefore EisrM-Tloiir Law is Pis r e - j yarded. Is riiarpe, j Hy Associated Press. j WASHINGTON, Feb. S.--The eight- I hour**tiay for railroad workers is not j being geacmlly observed, F. E. Hcb- j jrling, president of the Switchman's i Union, today told the railway wage! commission. He said it was because | the Adamson law placed no penalty | oh * overtime. . ' Charges that the eight-hour l a w ; was beius disregarded hy the rail-: i "Oads in an erforc to discredit its oper- ' ; ation by increasing greatly thp ovpr-: i l i m c pay to employes was made at a * previous hearing. '-. PARAMOUNT THEATRE Program For Next Week MOXDAT Metro Presents FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN aud BEVERLY BAYNE in U BKI, WHITE AXT BLUE BLOOD" Wonderplay in 5 Acts. Also a Keystone Comedy in 2 ' Acts. TUESDAY HAZEL DAWN IN "THE LONE WOLF" A Special Production In S Acis. WEDNESDAY Bluebird Photoplays Present MAE MURRAY in "KACE VALUE" A Drama in 5 Acts. Also a Selected Comedy. TIUTTCSDAY Wm. A. Brady Presents JTFKT: ELVIDGE in "THE R E A U T I K U L MRS- R E Y N O L D S " · A World Production in 5 Acts. Also Current. Events, Showing a l l the Latest News. FRIDAY SATURDAY" Solznick Presents NORMA TA:.MADGE i n ··TH'-' ?!M""'" Society Drama in S Acts. Also a Good Comedy. 'City Controller Til. i City Controller J. C. Whitclcy is ill i at his home on Eas: Washington ave- , nue with the grip. j The "Big Store" Wffl Be Closed Monday To Meet Government Fuel Regulations See Monday's Papers for the Latest News of Our . Savings of 40% ON DUTY AND OFF WHEN HEAVY SNOWFALL HAS CHECKED THE FIGHTING ON THE WEST FRONT --cosnjvc-- MADGE; KENNEDY in · N E A R L Y MAKRIEJV' to be Kxomioetl J)y "Local Hoard "o. .". Below is foand a list of men cajled __ by Local Board No. 5 for examination vr ;,~ y eKer day "to visit her son, Kl- Dn Friday. February 15: | I i o t t L j Beggs" and family. I Joseph Francis Mullen, Coanells- j Mr , vnd Mrs .7. B . Parnell have jiist ; viHe. l received a letter from their son. Her- j Jonah Francis Clark, Clovertop. j man F __ ^Q is in t n e ambulance | Midio PR-clone, Dunbar. . j Corp _ Xo 7 j at Forl Clark. Texas, | Itoy Edward Shive*. Trotter. Paul Andrew McMannus. Dicker- Jon Run. Edward Joseph Mtlvtha. Leisenring. Carl C. Brooks, Xorranlvilli 1 . .lames Laws, Normulville. Oeorgo Washington Taylor. Ohio- lylc. Clarence J. Cole. Dunbar, .Michael Connelly. Vestaburg. Pa. Thomas Jerome Linderman, Ohio- Vie. Charles Jordon, Mount Eracldock. Krista V. Ixiria, Vanderbilt. Charles Franklin Gump, Dunbar. Frank Corteal. Connellsville. Charles Edward West. Vanderbilt. Keefcr, Norr.ialviilp. Russell H. Dial. Munessen. Wurren Wilson, Dunbar. Walter J. Spangenberg, TJunbar. Paul Sinko. Leiseiirinc:. Aloysius Bosah Donaly, Conneils- ille. Clyde Kugene Goe. Vanderbilt. Grant Korna, Leiscnriug. Harry P. Boyd. Somerfleld. Ralph Tosovitch. Trotter. Frank Lesrhart. West Leisenring. Pnul L. Stull. M i l l Run. Samuel Raum. Jr.. Dunbar.. William Mordo Kelly, Dunbar. Harry H.' Brown, Vanderbilt. Grover Boon, Adelaide. Frank Farri, Dawsun. Ernest Otto Weltz. Connellsville. Vincenzo Peps, Ducbar. Charles Wright, Vanderbilt. Elmer Coffman. Acme. R. D. Ray Hunt, Korraalville. William Porter Scott, Dunbar. John Harvey Knopanyder, KcKees- ort. Carlton Baldon Wise. Chalk Hill. Meade Monutatn, Mill Run. John Joseph Coll. Adelaide. A r t h u r Milton Wallace. Ohiopyie. Jacob Henry Snyder, Normalrillc. Daniel J. O'Laughl-'n. Leisenring. John Dicello. Vanderbilt. Tlarry R. Cavanausli. Normalville. Thomas Logan. Connellsvilie. stating he Is well and gutting along allright. Pat as he is familiarly called has many friends here who will be glad to learn this good news. The Httle two year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Shipley who has been suffering with pneumonia for | | several rtnya died yesterday morning j at 10:30. Funeral tomorrow, Friday j interment at Johnson Chapel, Pa. James Nickelson of Markelton. Pa., formerly a resident of this place was ! i greeting friends in town yesterday. j i U S. Lincoln a well known lumber-' man o£ Uniontown, Pa., was a busi- j ness visitor here a few days this week, j I The little son of Mr. and*Mrs. i 1 Grant Lytle who had his leg broken | ! several days ago by Calling off of a j I sletl is getting along nicely. j Patronize those who advertise. ! PARAMOUNT JHE ATRE TODAY GOI.DWYN PRESENTS MAK MARSH IN "SUNSHINE ALLEY" BY MARV RIDER. A fLAY OP THE HKART. IN" S ACTS ALSO A SELECTED COMEDY M 0 y » A Y MJirrRO PRBS13NTS FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN A.ND BEATIRLY BAYNE IN "Red White and Blue Blood" WONDERPLAY IN 5 ACTS. ALSO A KEYSTONE COMEDY IN 2 ACTS. (V M.OOSKIX KXOLASD. » ; j IMttsiiargor Among Those Sent j j Abroiul by Order. j 1 James J. Davis, Piitsburg; John J. I Lent:;. Columbus; Colonel George [Griffith, Oklahoma City." Thomas B. Morgan, Pittsburg. and Joseph A. Jenkins, PitLsburg,. members o£ the Loyal Order of Moose War Emergency Commission sent abroad to- open headquarters for American forces in London and Paris have arrived safely in England. The Moose recently appropriated $500,000 for war relief purposes and the commission will see to the carrying out of plans the money is to carry through. KEBL IS LAID. Stt His Standard High. One big trouble In this world Is that .-e do not set our standards high Dough. "We content ourselves with ttle performances, and do not pirk nr critic with carr. We suit our?Ives. All this cannot be said about a cer- lin little boy in this town, who got big blackboard and plenty ot crayon r Christmas. Whatever the ability | r that embryo artist may^ be, certain- · his ambition is boundless. He went to Sunday school, and bile there was much Impressed, as sual, with the pictures of Biblical! iftracters shown him. i That afternoon he stood before his; ?w blackboard aud meditated de»pi .id loos:. · - TlH'U he turned to his mother Tiud ·Id : "I'M ^ulbg 10 driiA- it piccnre t h u j ill *ur ~ - V : .,hiii^liii Star. Out Super-Snltmarine Chasw Will Be ; ILule Each Day. ! 13J 1 Associated Press. WASHINGTON, Feb. 8.--The keel of ! i the super-submarine chasers being | I constructed at the Ford motor plant i | at Detroit was laid Thursday, Secre- | tary Daniels announced yesterday. It is expected that one or the ves- peis will be finished .every day as soon as operations are in f u l l swicjr. Sev- j eral scores of the aoats havr been contracted for by the navy. Neglected Colds bring P n e u m o n i a NEXT 'WEEK AT THE SQISSON The Company That 1'leases. THE MANHATTAN PLAYERS III Sojne Corking Productions. M O » A V ASK WEDKESDAV A Sweet, Tend«r Comedy of Youth. "Pretty Peggy Oloore" "As I'urc as 5eir Mown Hay." COMEfG THURSDAY--"TENNESSEE'S 1'ABTNER." Daily at i':30, lOe iind 20e, Sightly at 8:15, 20c and 30c. C A S C A R A U I N I N E u w i i l Tliintintr Hflrcains I firifl th*m in our ad. columns. Tb» old family remedy -- m tablet form-^kfe, sure, easy to tmkc. Na opiatct -- no unplexatrat after effects. Cure* cold* in 24 houn -- Grip in 3 d*ya. Money back tf it f«il«. Gctthi tenuine box with Red Top and Mr. Hill's picture on it 24Tnb!ettfor25c. At AnyDn: e Slor« ORPHEUM THEATRE TODAY Douglas Fairbanks --IN- - "Reaching for the Moon" Monday -- D n u s l : i » Fairbanks til "THt; t.AMTi" A l*i) u Mack Sennett Comedy. SHOE MONEY Here's the shoe opportunity of the season. If yon have bought Shoes at any of our prerious sales, you have certainly been waiting for this announcement -- the chance to save your Shoe money by spending it, ' . / It's Your Shoe Buying Opportunity. Shoes Are Not Going to be Cheaper. yon can You don't need any explanation -- you know what to expect. You know that yn n buy a pair of the Best Shoes made for less than they are worth. So much less that many of our patrons buy two, three and sometimes four pair at one time. Prices Are Cut to the Limit · The profit and in many instances, a large portion of the cost of the Shoes is sacrificed. Better come eariy while lines of sizes are full. Sale Starts Saturday, February 9th and Lasts for 10 Days. No Approval and Strictly Cash. Just note the inducements we offer, can you possibly save as much money so easily elsewhere? 50 pairs Women's Shoes, $2.00 and $d.OO values, at 100 pairs Women's Novelty Shoes, in all colors aud combinations, $6.00 G» A AK to $8.50 shoes, at $4s:.i/3 50 pairs of Women's Tan Rubbers at Men's Dark Tan Cordovan and Dark Tan Cordo Calf Lace Shoes, $10.00 and $12.00 values, at 500 pairs Women's Shoes, in dull leather, patent leather and tan leather, fl»f) QCT $4.00 to $6.00 shoes, at tP^.Ot) 100 pairs Women's fine Shoes in grey, buckskin, black vamp with white kid and' silver cloth tops. $9.00, CJCT OCT $10.00 and $10.50 shoes, at ..-.. 9O.^O All Misses and Children's High Top Shoes, One i-'ourth Off Regular Prices. One lot of Men's $4.00 and $5.00 values, at .... $2.85 For Real Values in Shoes See Our Window Display. Crowley-Mestrezat Co. 113 W. CBATTFOEB AVEXCE, PA.

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