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PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNKULSVJLULiEi, Â±"A- MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 191S. Sacred Heart Catholic Dawson was the scene a pretty wed-diag this morning when. jiliss Margaret Graslnger became^ the bride of Thomas A. 5fclntyre of I^eisenring No. 1. Rev. Â£.;A. .CHennon officiated. The noon, at her home in Morrell avenue. Greenwood. - " - The weekly meeting" of the Business Women's Christian association will be held Thursday night in the associa- bride was attended by Miss Aane Me- tion room in the Odd Fellows' temple, intyre of Leisenrins. a sister of tbe j-South Pittsburg street. Tonight the bridegroom as maid " oL honor. JficliaeJ-Grasinser, a-.."broth'er of the bridewSSs-bcst maji-V^Mr. Jlclntyre is a son of : the laSJSKIand Mrs. John .Mclntyre of Lelsennng and -Is a machinist lor tb.5 Pittsburg aid Lake Erie railroad at Dickerson liun. The bride , at Cawsonr'snd vicinity.- , aQ d favorably known RaV. L. 3. Colborn, of Columbus, 0., preacned yesterday morning at the Firsf-BÂ»ptist church. A moatari event of unusual interest is the concert" to^jbV presented tonight at the new higli_scaool auditorium by the 'Metropolitan Artists. An excellent program will be Â· rendered and a rare treat is in si ore for all who attend. - The jixocerns are .for. the benefit of -" the -Immaculate Conception church". ~ - - -" ThÂ« J. 0. C. class of the-PIfst Meth.-'_ ddist Episcopal Sunday^scliool will meet tomorrow night at/"-Oio~ home ot Mrs._Jf:irry_E. Dorsey^-in-North Pittsburg-- stteÂ«t.-_ :A, large; -^attendance oE Â·aembers- IS 'desired. .- ,- business women will meet at the Red Cross hearquarters to sew. -^ The N. C. i. class of "the First !MtbxKtlst "Episcopal Sunday school will hold a i Unnnage. sale Wednesday and Thursday in tile" vacant store room near Funeral Director C. C. Mit- j chcll's office in South Pittsburg street. Tho knitting class of the Christian Culture class of the United Presbyterian church will meet tomorrow night at the home of the class teacher. Mrs. J. C. Stauffei" In South Pittsburg street. An instructor in knitting will be present and. all members of the class who have not yet learned t'd knit are requested to attend. The knitters are getting along splendidly with Iheir work, bast month they turned in fives weaters, an equal number of scarfs, four trench caps and one pair of wristlets. The Daughters of America will meet tonight in jraecabce hall. PERSONALS. C. 'W.'Bettler is conSncd to his. Home on the corner of Davidson avenue and The W. A. Edie Bible class of the | Vme street, with rheumatism. First Presbyterian church Till meet this eve_ning at o'clock in the church chapel." Stereopticon pictures will be shown.'- -'The- Junior Organized Bibfe class-will meet Thursday eve- ningrat the home of Mrs.-'William Brown in Cedar avenue. The Wom- The best place to shop after all. Browne!! Shoo Co. -- Adv. BREAKUP OF ICE IN YOUGH DOES LITTLE DAMAGE Continued from Pagre One. The ice was piled several feet high and water flooded the lot hack ot the West Side hotel. The river remained Your The twists and ache* of rheumatic tufferers usually yield to the rich oil-food treatment in when everything else fails. Besides high fbr almost an nour and then. ' vn . - Â·-, - ; , . dropped as rapidly as it had risen, helping to punfy and ennch the Gate, of ice 10 and 12 feet long with blood Scott's strengthens the func- an iqual width and about 14 inches. tions to throw off injurious acids thi'-'k are common along the hanks | a n j is especially beneficial during where they were tossed when the ice c h a n g i n g seasorts . Many " Scott's. went, down. Much of the ice was from the Indian Creek valley and also that which filled the river above the power house to Indiau Creek. The ice coming out of Indian creek: began piling up there early Saturday evening and finally it pushed out, Tbe tee above Indian Creek has not yet moved out and that coming from the Casselmffn is also running into the Youghiosheny at Confluence. Dynamiting by the Baltimore Ohio may cause this ice to move down the river sooner than it otherwise would. Measurement oC the rirer at 4 o'clock last evening showed 6.80 feet, thn highest stage that has y e t been reached. Another measurement, this morning showed that the water hart fallen to 6.30 feet. Yesterday morning at 9.15 o'clock the river, registered 6J 5 feet. Much of the ice piled up on the banks of the river is in fine even calces Charles Balaley and Pete Knarns are thc only persons who are storing ice. Many or Hie cakes could be laid awas' for summer use by persons having sni.able storehouses. The absence of a rain during the thaw and an occasional cold spelt to | Mil! Run. check the rising waters kept the river from rising to.a flood stage. If the ice above Ohiopyle goes, out without doing damage thn greatest danger will doctors themselves take You Try It . Bloomficld. N. J. 17 Miss Nettie Ranker of East Fairbr 07er f o r y^ reg [ on _ view,avenue, isjn New York b u y i n g ' On the Mouoiigaheta the breaJc-up fall "and srlnter -millinery for a milli- ' nery store in Brownsville, of which she is manager. hold a rummage 1-t in the store an'sHdme and Foreign Missionary so- Miss Clara Baker of Greenwood is cleties will meet Wednesday night at j visiting relatives in Frostburg, Md the closeroL tbe.Tegular:i)rayer . ser-' The Ladies otthe^ Methodist^Epis- vices to eleci'olBcers for the ensuing ' -Â·----Â·- -"Â· year. Mrs. L. ^f. Santmyer-gare a delight- [ully appointed dinner yesterday at her home in Murphy avenue in honor of her son, Cornell Sautnj/er, -vftio is home from Camp Hancock," Augusta. Ga.. on a furlough. Patriotic decorations prevailed. Covers for 14 were laid. Out-of-town guests, were Mrs. j copal church February 13 and rooms formerly occupied by Crossen Son. North Pittsburg street. There will be a'motor washing machine for sale; also set of bed springs.--Adv.-- 9-2t. Miss Gwendolyn Richter. who has charge of the millinery department of Kobackers store left Saturday night for Washington, D. C., where she was C rc Kelly and daughter ot Pleasant- the guest of Miss Camilla Munk over vi'lle, ana'Mr.'and Mrs. J. M. Carson' 0 --- 1 -- " n "- 1 - u - '"" of Scott.dale. - The Onward class of the Slethodist Protestant Sunday school -will meet Friday night in the church. The P. 0. M. class will meet Friday night at the home of William Greenwood. Sictles ifl- Sunday. From Washington she l e f t for New York to buy spring and summer milinery. For the best and cheapest repairs on that roof, conductor or spouting, see F. T. Bvans.--Adv. Mr. and Mrs. John Hasenkopf, Jr., and son, have returned homa after a visit with relatives in Uniontown. Mrs. Louise Jamieson of the TVest was confined to points below Brownsville although the ice movement in the river above that point Old considerable damage. As a result one MRS. AMANDA CU.VMINGS. Mrs. Amanda Ctunmings about 78 years old. a life resident of Mill Hun, died last night at a o'clock at tae home ot her daughtei, Mrs. D. P. Harbaugh at Mill Run. following an illness of two years .Mrs. Cuaimings was born at Mill Run. a daughter ot the late Mr. aud Mrs. Jacob -Hurray. She was a widow and w a s we'.l and faior- ably known throughout Springfield township and other points. Her hub- band. James Cumrnings, died March 1. 3935. Mrs. Clilnmings is survued b y , f o u r children. Mrs. D. F. Harbaugh, of j Mill Run; Mrs. Ellen Kelly, of Sa.lt' bake City, Utah; James and Jacou Cumtnings, of Unite Mont.; two brothers McFerren Murray of Mill Run ard John B. Murray, of Confluence, and one sister, Mrs. Altbea Livingston of DAVID WATSON KAIN12. David Watson Kaine. 26 years old. The Store Ahead Tke HOME of QUALITY and SERVICE J29 to (33 N PITTSBURG St.- CONNELLSVILL.E. PA. Batterick Patterns As we have said before every Fall Coat, Suit and Dress must go So we are gong to make our final clean-up days Tuesday and Wednesday Special Rack 1--Coats, Suits and Dresses values to $25.00, While they last $5.0 Special Rack 2--Coats, Suits and Dresses, values to $40.00, v While they last $10.(W Special Rack 3--75 Skirts, values to $5.00, While they last $1.5 Special Rack 4--25 Skirts, values to $10.00, While they last One Half Of Special Rack 5--10 Skirts, values to $15.00, While they last One Third Of Extra Special--25 Waists, all sizes, dark colors only, prices rang from $5.00 to $10.00, One Half Off Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets Get ; at the Cause and Remove It only son of Mrs. Patti G. Kaine ot U n - , p n Edwards' Olive Tablets, the substi.' iontown died Saturday at his home in j tute for calomel, act gently on the bowels Roslyn Place, Pittsburg, f o l l o w i n g a j and positively do the work. six weeks' illness of intlammation ot the bcart. The body was brought to People afflicted with bad breath find i quick relief through Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets. The pleasant, sugar-1 Umontown last night and remoMrf to i coated tablets are taken for bad breath the Kaine homo. Mr. Kaine married i by all who taiow them. s,aerao.e timiins". 'Â« * resu.L UIIE . . steamboat is prac.'c^y n total loss. Â«Â»bMh Hopwocd , young est Utree conl tipples were swept to destruction and two others were damaged;^ four steel barges, each loaded with 18,000 busbelg of coal, were overturned and snnk and two bridges wnre demolished, entailing a loss conservatively estimated! at $335,000. Thousands of tons of ice has jammed in a mass above thc nine-mile ; between Brownnv^I'e and Rice's Edna Kebekah lodge will meet Wed- j Side, has returned home after a visit nesdar'evening m Odd Fellows' hall, with her uncle and aunt,-Mr. and Mrs. ill menders are urged-to attend. ! Thomas Matthews of Uniontown. Â· - i Mrs. Catherine Watt of Sycamore Mrs. Jo^farJQdes "-will entertain the M. and S. Fancrwork club Wednesday afternoon at the home oE her parents, Mr, and Mrs, A. J. Buttermore in Lincoln avenue. gorge moving to the lower pools has passed, the fifth pool gorge, a/ter mov, ing several feet early yesterday morning, is jammed tight against an abutment near Brownsville, and probably will remain there u n t i l warmer rea- ther sends sufficient water down the stream to float the hnge mass of ice. A brklge at Millsboro was swept away causing a loss of $40,000 while other damage at Mlllsboro and at ine plant of the Hustead-Samans Coal Coke compan at East Millsboro is placed at ?50.000. Residences and other property in the fifth pool guslninpd street went to Pittsburg this morning. ] damage estimated from $25,000 to $75.000. Efforts to set the fifth pool gorge in motion by dynamiting wero unsuccessful. The iowboat Alicia, owned by W. Harry Brown, was crushed in the tee. Landing, but till danger of the big i c e i o f Brownsville and one of the oldest nvermen on the Monongaheta, died Saturday morning at his home in Mc- Kee.sport. Olive Tablets i firmly on the bowels i .listing them to nature to his widow lie Is survived by one the entire system. They do that which \ child, his runtber and two sisters, Mrs. dangerous caiome! does without any ( Raymond Green and Mrs. Robert of the bad zfter effects. | All the benefits of nasty, sickening,, griping cathartics are derived from Dr.' Edwards' Olive Tablets without griping,, ' pain or ar.y disagreeable effects. ' JOHN O. SNTDER. ( Dr. F. M. Edwards discovered the ' John 0. Snydur, a former resident formula after seventeen years of prac-1 Keith Neilaoa. Uic latter ot Philadelphia. attendant bad breath. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are purely a vegetable compound mixed with olive oil; you will know them by their olive color. Take one or two every night for a v.eek and note the effect. lOc and 25c per box All druggists. TIME EXTENDED Mrs. Myrtle Boyd gave a prettily arranged surprise party Saturday .afternoon at her home in Morrell avenue. Greenwood, in honor ot the 13th 1'irthdaf.of her daughter. Janet Boyd. The hours: were from .2. to 5'o'clock. rwenty-fouf of 3ittle " Miss 'Janet's small friends^atlendeJ" and spent a very enjoyable afternoon at tarioas amusements. Dainty refresnments were served. Mr. *ni Mrs. Harry Schenck will entertain the IX1I club Thursday evening, at their home, m Bast Green street. Lenten devotional. services -will be held Wedne*daj* evening at the Trinity Reformed church and on each fol- loTrtng -Wednesday -during Lent. The monthly" -meeting''^bf "-the Sunday School"- associaiion"wfll" be held Wednesday- evening at" lh"e- close of thc regular -prayer - service. The Young Ladies' Goild will meet Friday evening -at the home- of Miss Louise Painter in Vine street The regular meeting of'the Daughters of Ruth Bible class of the Trinity Lutheran church will he .held tomorrow evening at the home of Mrs. 0. . . ,_ H. Silcox. 362 North Arch street. The j Adelaide _Colored fjhiH Sects With Woman's"Hb'me and Foreign Jfisslon- ary-flocieti'ea -will meet Thursday evening aMhe-honie of Sirs, S. G. Zimmer-^ man in East Green street.. Mrs. F. C. Rose of North Pittsburg street has returned home from Somerset -where she was the guest ot her sister, Mrs. Catherine Sherrick. Mrs. Thomas Adams and children of Somerset are guests of the former's sisters, the Misses Mclntyre of Leisenring. \ C. A, Crowley is in Pittsbnrg today on business. Mrs. W. E. Rice, who with her two sons, is spending the winter in St. Petersburg, Fla., is spending a few ' company wore destroyed. Damage to days at her home in Kast Crawford ' the rlvpr loading facilities of -.he He- avenue. She espects to return to tSe | Uance Coal Coke company at Denbo Ixxigc R. F. .McMannis: Past president. \V. H Parkhill; president, C. J M c G i l l ; vice president, J. R. Cottom; .councilor. H G. Colbert; secretary, B involving a loss of $50,000. The mar-, p ,_ M c M a n n i s ; collector. J. L Thomas: OFFICERS INSTALLED Order of Iroqnois Enjoys Fine Dinner, at Hlckerson Kan. ; Officers of the Dawson lodge of the Order of Iroquois were installed at a! , iargeJy aUendwl meeting Saturday PV-I For Filing Income Tax imports I'ntn, cning. Following the lodge exercises' April 1; Blanks Sot Read;. ) the members partook of a most ex-' WASHINGTON. Feb. 11.--Kxten-' cellont dinner at the V. M. C. A. a t , s i o Q of toe Lime for filing income a n d , . Diokerson Run. j excess profits returns from Marci ^ rf Thf f o l l o w i n g officers were install-! to April 1 has boon announced by In- 1 ed by Representative of the Grand ; ternai Revenue Commissioner Koper. Send WESTERN UFION TRANSFERS There are many, many uses for Western Union Money Transfers. To meet banking obligations -- to pay insurance policies--to purchase railroad tickets--to pay taxes--to send anniversary gifts--to supply salesmen on the road -- to send money to soldiers in camp. More than seventy million dollars was transferred last year by THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO. ine ways and whart at Alica were damaged to the extent of ?15,000 or more. The tipple ot Lbe H. C. Prick This ru?jng appliP? also to reports on payments of morp than Â«SOO d u r i n g (he year to he made by employers and business PiHerpriM 1 !^ and rovers in- c-ntnc^ bo ill above ind below $3 000 and treasurer, J. "W. Gibson; prelate, W U! corporation incomes. McDonald; marshal, J. 3. Laughrey. guard, F. T. Kcslar; sentry. Newton Cote company at Maxwell mine, No. 5, c,, lbfir , ; ' lnlst rrÂ«. \V. H . ' p a r k h i l l , V, T | tipple of thp Vesta Coal company and Â· , the Knob tipple of the Pittsburg Coal So.uth on- Wednesday. Mrs. Joseph Dlion of Bast Crawford aven5e-hss returned home from Pftts- bu Â£ ^ere a Â» w "Â»*Â· Â«TMÂ»l ol her SIS " r ' M "- W " B ' Knol . le ' David Cohen is visiting friends at I Braddock today. Edward Barahart is 'spending tio day Jn Pittsburg. Mrs. T. E. Miller went to Cumberland this morning to visit relatives. ..Rev. I'alher Henry. DeVivo went to Pitteburg this morning. Miss Myra Fisher and niece. Frances Fisher, were-, guests ot the former's cousin, Mrs. S. A. Elliard rjniontojTn over Sunday. is estimated at ?35,000. SAEGUARDINGTHEMAN BEHIND THE MACHINE L. McDonald and II. G. Colbert. BONUS FOR TEACHERS Must of Attorney Garbaldi Bufano ot Mor-1 stiveral lmcs of activity Dnnbar Township Complete Term to iet U. The Board of Education of Dun-bar township at its regular monthly meeting Saturday e\ cuing granted a boniu of ?30 per month to all teachers who VTEDC lUODBfTADC DIICvl wcro cletlefl bctorc t h c "rwnmg or KttlO InOrtll ul\J DUO! ' schoo! in September and 45 per m o n t h t to all who were elected since the Aqputs of Department of T.nbnr I'rgcili opening of thc schools. to Give This .Special j k f t c n l i o n , I The bonus is to be computed from IVhile Acthe in Other Lines, , 'he beginning of the fift'.i month and James S. Darr and other members. to b " paid at t n c rbsc ' of tho t e r m ' of the factory inspection force of the| A Â° y ,. t ff^ bc . r , .^Â°. ?."=.. t Â° ^"f 1 !^ State Department of Lnbor and Industry, arc bemg kept busy these flays in Delny in tile preparation of blank fnrms and regulations was (bo pnnri- pal t-suse for the poHiponcmeui. T!ie extension of time to A p r ' l 1 applies !o returns by corporations doing business on a fiscal year basis. Oviginallv tbey ^\ore required to report within 60 days after thr- end of their fistal yp:i~. this was exle-nded i to roLrcary 1 a r j late.' to March 1. santown is vjsiting his narents, Mr. and Mrs. P. Bufano. " BCBTEB AT GRATE. - The ing of the Ladies' ..Circle JÂ«u 100 .Wthe Grand Army of .afternoon-, in. Odd Fellows' hall. A' Targ~atrerrdaiice.bf mercbersrrs desired ..... """The L. C. B. A. trill rneet~Wednesday night in-the Parochial school auditorium. _ The Grand International Auxiliary :o the Brotherhood of Locomotive' Engineers will meet "^Vedaesday afternoon in Odd Fellows' hall. Serious "While stirring the fire in" grate this 'morning Ada 3fae Harris, the "and with the work of their While thc inspectors are expected to give a certam part of their time to assisting in every public movement designed to promote the best interests, f the terms of their contract does not I participate in the bonus. isso ' t di A " mcmbers ot fr' e board were _, ^ . ' present and the action was unanimous, department. IlOttE OX Fl'RLOrOHS. Hospital Corps lien Armc Here From of the nation at war, thpy are also re- three-year-old daughte Mrs. Lewis Harris, colored, of , Camp Hnnrork. quired to keep close watch upon the! Cllf '" on Crowlc l" a !irsl class P rivattl a an on,r, maintenance of safety conditions s,ir-| w i t h t t c " W h ^S'TMTM 1 Hmi,H*\ L HÂ»rr?Â« rounkiing workmen m factories, ma-! C o r p 3 m !raimng a , 1 Camp Ha , Q:0l ; k g ,,,"Â£*Â· chine shops and other places of ein-|Â° a " ls hmne Â°Â° a te Â° da} ' f l l r l o u ^ er of M r . . Crowley ar-lved here last evening on Adelaide, was painfully burned about the face, chest and abdomen, when her clothing ignited.- The child was brought to Connellsville -and admitted to the Cottage State hospital. A daughter Born. was born Saturday morning to .Mr. and Jfrs. J. T. Connelly Thls is ' ot COUI ' SD . their chief duty, but they are urged to give it rather closer attention than would ordinai- e last evening BalUmore Ot'.lo train No. 15. Sergeaat Phil Swartzwolder, au- othor member of tho HOtti hospital ily be required, it being realized t h a t , ff, r Â£ s it is just essential to safeguard the! train. Private Moser has men behind tile machine as H is to! equip the men behind the gun. The inspectors are finding it somewhat difficult to Secure prompt, action upon their recommendations, not be- Mrs. L. S. il-.chael will entertain the Narcissus club tomorrow afte~r- at Brookvale.,. The new arrival is a ! causo ot a lacli; ot c Â° a P ela 'ion upoa granddaughter of Jfrs. Sarah Con-! tae part of f laai owners and mana- been home on a f u r l o u g h w i l l return to camp. TO SKUiCT ( H A I R f l A S . Rcpublirnn Xiitivnal Cnmrnitfrc Is In Â·uelly and- Mr.;- and ..Mrs.- Edward gers ' or , the o-hscnce of a desire mron j _ Shives, J.'iss CANNOT KILL HENS fntil After Way 1. Is Order of the l-'ood Administration. An ordÂ«r of ihe Food Administra- t i o n will becomps cCfect.ve tomorrov. profiibiLin^ the k(H of c^g-faying bens at aur time b t l u v e May 1. -No', only ai o farmers and ot'ior prohufoitcd from killing hons but transportation cttm- pan'es are forbiddcr. to carry hens dead or ahve. and borders, wholsalo and retail, must not interfere \uth h f r egrg-tayitis proctn jtioe. It is estimated that "he ord^r \vil add 5.000,000 doyen oggs to the nation's food supply The slaughter of ! oosters may continue as usual, and rjjjekons Â» h i r h hav ( - not reach the egg-hiving stiicjc ol hfc. Buying what you do not need because it is cheap never has, nor ever will be a good policy. But, buying what you do need at a low figure and receiving e$?C Stamps as your discount is the soundest kind of economy and thrift. The Sperry" Hutchinson Co. T H O 1. V11KS TOMORROW. City at Session at Snint Louis. ST. LOUIS. Feb. U.--The members s. Mrs. Connelly"TM* formeri)- ^ of the ialter to take every safety j Â»|^ ^Horf """iu"."^"! Oh.o toa.r, t, Â·='"''"""-' b TM"Â« : " :H^5s".i'^H s.~r^ .,, Â«,,,,,,. shipment and the shortage ot m e n , Jolin L Aoams OL ioÂ»a ana n i u H. ,. r enEihens t h e linem 'Hays of Indiana are spoken as c a n d l I J a " s.rengmens me n i u u . j the office and Fred W. Up- Uernrns to Camp. _ Cornell Santmyer will leave Wed- Lensrue Teams 1H11 riaj.Ii Miu'cabw; Hall in Kiening. Two of (he best (cans on LUG city league w i l l p'ay at the Maccabep hall tomorrow night when the Elite club and Ihe Garage five w i l l clash. Thc r c two teams ha\ c i.ot yet piayod together and both can shoy .some prei- lay p a ^ s ^ n g . The Mlitc club has been iinproMuy c\ery gamy and the Gar;isrp will have lo sliow somo speed to w i n i l ' o same A g t i ' s prt'linnnary game -.-ill also be played. The Garage and the TS'ilt'mo-e ft scheduled to play Fn- Thc rail "oaders have make H impossible to take time to Every Coffee Drinker Â·m- should try ^P INSTANTPOSTUM -- nesday for Camp Hancock. Augusui, |Ga., after spending a furlough make the installation of safety devices ! dates BUY A HOME Houses are cheaper this spring than they will be Iat on. Our advice is Buy Now. Below are a few of our ba gams. Giad to show them to you at anytime. Pick out tl one you want. $2.000--North Side, G rooms, suara heat, large lot. 32,300--Osdon Sticct, fi room' $-.500--Green Avenue, 6 room f r a m e house, fine location. -?-,7G3--Francis Aven t io, i) room frame, bath, lot 10x125. S2.SOO--Arch Street, 10 room?, double frame, bath, lot 50x100. $2.lOO--Stephens ?trct't. G rooms, reception hall, bath, lot -SOxl: fS.OOO--llcCormjck A\r., 7 rooms ,"nd bath, lot OOx2G'5. S'1,100--Stephens Street, 7 rooms, bath, rc-ceptiou hall. $3 GOO--Murphy Avenue, S rooms, bath, p:tnlry, hot air. ?1 ',00--Isabella Stroel 11 rooms, bath, etc.. lot 137x127. ?4.200--.lobi'Ston a \ p . 6 rooms, balh. steam hfat, large lot. ?4,!}OQ--l^ast Patterson A \ e 8 loom brick bungalow, almost nev ^n.oOQ--C'-.a\vford Avenue. 14 roomr, double frrtmo, bath. Â£5.000--IZast l j .ttci--on Avenue. If' rooms, barb, modern house SG.300--Chestmn Street, Si rooms, lot 60x310. See 7 Second Xafional Bank B CONN ELLS VILLE, 1'A. Hade instantly A sudar eavon Wonderful flavor. Gmta'msnodru^s. or remove dangerous conditions This ! ham of ^ hica sÂ° as candidate for treas-1 lowly, hence 1 " rer to '" crecd Cornelius N. Bliss, Jr.., JlKVrTAT.. is ,' done, but done s at George Santmyer, who enlisted as mntnr moi-h^Tiir. motor mechanic. Ounce Tonight, The Madhinijsts' annual dance will take place at the State armory tonight * ( gress that is being made. Serrice. Special services pertinent to loyalty . . - - Â»-- Jewish s-nagogue. Addresses were .instead of tomorrow, on account of | made Dy Attorney S. R. Goldsmith and the draftees leaving tomorrow night. 1 Rfcy _ s _ S trauss. ' " Stork lea-res Son. j The stork visited the home of Mr. i and Jtrs. F. \V.' Oaberko ' at Indian I Creek and left a son. AfU-nded. . . . . ^ I Community revhal meetings started Sorpeanl Courtney [fomc. ( Gunda evening in the Prc?byforian Sergeant Majoi Thomas Courtney.' charch. at Vanderbilt. R e v . J. !Â·;. Kid- wit li headquarters troop, stationed at well, of the ChnsPan church preach- ircek were held last evening in the ! Camp I-ee, PeLorsburg, Vn., arrived orL A large audience was in atiend- horne yoatcrday morning for an eight- aiice. day furlough The mectingb w i J - continue every Â· ttigiit during the week. Rev. S W. To IVliom It Stay Concpm. Bryan will speat this evening. Every- Tbis is to Â£lve notice that I will not! one is invi'.c-d. 1V'd in Cnmberland. Robert Martin Craig and Ida Frances Colbert of Somerset, weir- granted a license to wed In Cumberland. be responsible for any debts contract- _ ed by any member of my family. F. \ Curtis.--Ad\ 9-2t. HimiJng Bargains t i You v. ih find them in our ad. columns, i WOULD QUICKLY RELIEVE IT. It 16o- awl COc. Humid tin, II. ALL DRUGGISTS FLINT'S VIMI lUL'LDiT. AJfn STOBAG Rflotor Truck Servi To Al! Parts or Kegioa. COAL FOR SALE BOTH PHONES.