The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 11, 1918 · Page 3
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, February 11, 1918
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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 191S. i'HB DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, FA. NEWSY NOTES TELL WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THEJILL TOWN Mrs. 1.. F. Shntterly, Well Known Woman, Dies at Mt. Ple»ant Hospital. UNITED BRETHREN INSTITUTE TVfll b* Htld in tbe loe»l Church o» February il, With Representative* FTOM All Tarts of »est Branch of Allegheny Co»ference In itte Special to The Courier. SCOTTDALE, Feb. 11.--Mrs. Catherine Mae Shutterly, 32 years old, wife of L. F. Shutterly. of Eleanor avenue, died yesterday at the Memorial hospital at Mount Pleasant She leaves four children, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rodger;, of Uniontown, and five brother;., Michael, Owen, John, M. J., Thomas and T. B. Rose and Marie of Unionttmn, and Mrs. Margaret Boyle of Brier Hill. Funeral services will be, held Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock at the St. Joan's church and interment will follow in the St. John's cemetery. Annual Institute. The following program has been arranged for the annual institute of the \V. M. A.. Allegheny Branca. West District, to be held in the United Brethren church here on Thursday. February 21; Afternoon session, devotion, Mrs. Younkins; solo. Mrs. E. M. S. Pyle; "The Value of the Missionary Society," Mrs. M. A. King and Mrs. G. B. Leonard; solo. Mrs. Albert Keister; "The Value of Or.r Departments." Mrs. W. R. Kooser and Mrs. J. E. Smith: mission study, Mrs. S. O. Steiner and Mrs AHx'rt Xeister; missionary exercise; benediction. .Rev. I. E. Runfc. For the evening session there will be an or;an prelude ·hy Mrs. R. F. Grantham: devotions. Miss 'lelia Shupe; duet. Misses Ora and Marie Detwiler; piano duet. Miss Edna Shallenberger and Mrs, Ell- tvood Sleighter; "The Little Maid Who Went Into All the World." Misses Kdith Erwin and Marie Crosby; solo, Bss Verne Keslar; "The O. G. Pin-What Does It Mean?" Mr=. Alfred Sidaway; "Mission Work." Mrs. C. A. ·Colborn and Rev. F. A. Kisley; offer- ins; closing song and benediction. To 5fakp Up Q«otn. On Saturday afternoon Draft Board No' 6 of Westmoreland county held examinations in the Y. M. C. A. here, at West Newton and at Hermlnie. From this examination 27 will be chosen to go to Camp L**e tomorrow tp fill up their quota already there. Sixty from this district will likely go about February 23, or along there some time. Go to Ciumda ilills. Among the 12 men who left on Saturday with Charles Painter for Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, where they ·will work in a steel mill, are Thomas Painter. Bern-ice McFarland. Mike OToole. Frank Berlin and John Gress. AH irere enrp'oyed at the Scottdale mills of the American Sheet Tin Plate company, which has closed down for an indefinite period. TTomen Knit. Mrs. Clyde Stoner of Ruffsdale or, Saturday entertained the* Hypathias club at her home there. Knitting was the feature of the afternoon. Refreshments were served. Other \otes. Miss Marion Carroll of Oil City ia toe guest of Miss Jesse Reed. Mrs. Herschell Merritt and son, Russell, are visiting M". and Mrs. O. S. Love in Wilkinsburg. Miss Hilda Anderson is spending week in Pittsmirg. Paul Fretts of Morgantown. W. Va., is home for a few days. Charles Wilson of York Run spent Sunday with friends ber«\ Harry Fretts of Donora is the guest of friends here Miss Grace Mumaw of Swissvale is visltirg friends for a few days here. RED CROSS CHAPTER SHIPS TOTAL OF 36 CASES OF SUPPLIES Aggregate VaJne i» Placed at *S,043JS bj the Execitirc OMoen of Organ i2atioB. The ConneJlsville Chapter of the American Red Cross has shipped another consignment of hospital supplies, knitted article* and surgical dressings to the division warehouse of the American Red Cross in Philadelphia. There were 11 cases, containing 6,980 pieces valued at $3,043.45 The local Red Cross since its organization has forwarded to Red Cross headquarters a total of S6 cases of surgical dressings, knitted articles the hospital supplies in addition to four Christmas cases, making a total in all o( 40 cases. Included in these shipments was work turned in by the auxiliaries at Pennsrille, Ohiopyle, VanderWH and Busbar. Saturday's shipment -was as follows: Surgical dressings, 210 cotton pads, 47 pneumonia Jackets, 1,050 compresses, 95 many tailed bandages, 120 shot bags. 60 straps and buckles, 1,475 wipes, ,70 scutlepux bandages, 20 heel rings, 50 paper backed pads, 980 oakum pads, 20 absorbent cotton pads, 140 cotton pads, 150 gauze rolls, j cnitted articles, 180 sweaters, 50 mufflers, 100 · wristlets, 30 trench caps and ono afghan, the latter donated by the Phillip Freeman Chapter of the Daughters of American Revolution; hospital supplies, S20 hand :owels, 230 hospital bed shirts, 05 pair suits of pajamas, 20 hot water bag covers, SO bed socks, two convalescent quilts, 140 operating towels, 720 handkerchiefs. 50 substitute landfcerchiefs, 145 Ited slicets and 330 pillow cases. In addition to one afghan the Philip Freeman Chapter, Daughters of the Revolution, also donated five sweaters, one muffler and one pair of wristlets. Dickerson Run. DICKERSON RUN, Feb. 3.--The Liibertonian and ' Laconian Literary societies of the East Liberty schools will put on a joint program on Patrons' Day, Thursday. February 14. at 3 o'clock P. M. A good program has been prepared by both societies, which will be sure to please those who arc fortunate enough to hear it. The Lacoaian officers will have charge and everything will be done to make the afternoon a pleasant one for all. J. C. Cuningham of Boston. Mass.. is spending this week here visiting relatives and friends. The new side track for the Dunn Coal company just east of the Dawson bridge on the Pittsburg Lake Erie railroad is just about completed and just as soon as Contractor Warren Stoner has the tipple, schute and bin completed, the company will be ready to ship coal. ESSAY CONTEST One oi Prizes is Exemption from Farther English Ittqnircmenls. The Junior class of the Dunbar high school gave an essay contest Friday afternoon in the high school. The subject, "W~hy All Should Join the Red Cross." The following members contributed to the program: Wilbur Warne, Georgetta Scott, Paul ·Speer, Eva Tressler, Ethel Mover, Pauline t Groff ¥ Bvelyn Young and Sarah Jacobs. The judges were Rev. Darnell, Rev. W. H. McKlveen and Miss Helen Carroll. The judges decided that Sarah Jacobs be given first prise. She will be exempted from further English requirements this term. Pauline Groff was given second prize and will be exempted from a period of English. Rev. w. H. Wilson gave an adress. Confluence. CONFLUENCE. Feb. 11,--Rev. and Mrs. Vt'. M. Bracken were shopping and visiting friends in I'ittsburg the latter part of last week. » Everhart Burnworth, who was confined in Frantz's hospital for the past three weeks following an operation, has returned to his home at Bidwell. ft. R. Moon of Draketown was a Business visitor here Saturday. Glenn Brown, son of s Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Brown of this placo, has secur- d a position as brakeman on the Bal- imore Ohio. Prof. B. T. Frazee. principal of our ,chools, was a business visitor to irace, Md., where he owns a farm. A few of the many friends of Mrs. |. L. Burnworth of the "West Side sur- nsed her Friday evening, tbe oc- ·asion being her birthday. A pleas- nt evening was spent. Refreshments vero served. Fred Marquart. Robert Mitchell and Terbert McClintock were -n Rockwood he latter part of last week fixing up heir papers in answer to the call to h* front. Mrs. Charles Flanigan is visiting riends in Somerset at piesemt. | Mrs. Edward Sellers of Meyersdale | .·as here last week attending the I aneral of the little daughter of E. j v'. Shipley. ', Mrs. Harvey Shipley a'ld little son j f Connellsville are visaing friend* ere at present. , Lemmlce KuU of Greeisbury, Ind., ·as here Saturday on hip way to v i s i £ ) Mends at Vrsina. where he formerly sided. Mrs. S. B. Snyde- and little dangh- I ·r of MeyersdMe arf- v is ting Mr. and 'rs. C. C. Masters here at present. BULLSKIN MEETINGS They Are Held tacti Friday Sight tn Boost IVar Program. Patriotic meetings under the direction of Supervising Principal \V". E. Miller of tbe Bullskin township schools are* being held every Friday evening in the school houses. Last Friday night addresses were delivered at the Johnson school by Attorneys F. E. Younk n and J. Kirk Rcn- ner of Cotmelisrille. The aim is to show why the country is at war and to boost the sale of thrift stamps. The next meeting will be Friday, February 15, at the Breakneck school. TAX BLAXKS ARRITE. Supply Is For Persons With Larger Income*. Income filing blanks for persons whose earnings are over $5.000 a year have been recived at the office of the income tax collectors at the Federal building. The collectors express the desire that all men get their data together before coming to pay their tax. They say they do not have time to discuss how much a man earns when he getu to the tax collectors' office. P NEUMONIA Fnrtcmll .phrwciin. Thea begin hot applications of-- VAPORU BELL-ANS Absolutely Removes Convenient Credit, if Desired PAGE THREE. Goods Held for Future Delivery Established 26 Years Connellsville February Sale This Sale with its enormous savings and tremendous bargains, wonderfully expresses the Aaron Idea--larger values for your money. That's why Aaron's February Sale started with a rush and is gaining in volume and popularity each succeeding day. And that's why it is so eagerly attended by those who know exactly what an Aaron Sale means. Come and Read the Sale Tags= --they have a mighty interesting message for you. Compare them "with the original tags attached to each article--see for yourself that Aaron's February Sale is a REAL Sale-- with REAL savings. Savings Range From 10% to 33% Aaron's have but three Sales in the course of a year--the February, Anniversary and August Sales. But these events are well worth waiting for and attending--because the money alone that Aaron customers save on their purchases during each of these Sale periods amounts to more than the value of the entire stocks that most other stores carry. So be sure to get your share of these savings. Convenient Credit, as Usual This Sale does not interfere with our convenient credit terms of which you can take advantage, nor does it interfere with the usual Aaron "satisfaction guarantee" that goes with every purchase. Come In Now TODAY IS THE DAY! And There Could Onlv fie One Place The Popular Soisson To See the Comedy That Will Win You From the Start "Pretty Peggy OTCoore" A Brillian Romance of a Young Irish Girl in Yankeeland. aiATlSEE AT 2.30--lOc AND 20c. MGHT AT S.15--20c A'D 3ftc. Same Play "Wednesday, M.atinee and JErening. THURSDAY, '"TEKJfESSEE'S PAETXER." BLISS refund money ifjt jails. 25c . N A T I V E H E R B T A B L E T S Hecog:ni/i:*i ^a the nnly HU.nda.rd herb remedy: hav been relieving sufferers from T\ ~S~4-~ ' U l S O K O K f t K D STOMACH .. JjrilgglSIS j Biliousness. Constipation, Impure Pechin. Don't wait until your blood is ira- werished and you are iick and ail- g; take Holhster's Rocky Mountain 5a now; it \vill drive O'U the germs Winter, purify the stomach, regu- t» the bowel?--nature's spring nic-cleasser. Conaelisville Drug Co. Adv. QHiGHtir£|S ni P ILL8 !; " Kidney and Liver ik Cor the money -back Jl 00 by per box of -10 talilel?. Clarke and locrtl n (rents SOtDBVDRLtSQlSTSEVERTttXFRiE Want Ads--1 Cent a Word. PKCHLN', Feb. 9.-Mr and Mrs. Raymoud Foivler. o;' Fergusou statioo, arc tda proud parenl = or an eight pound boy baby. They already Save o:le son namelT, Eithard 11., who is nearly Uiroe years old. Albert Blacka. of Duabar borough, visited at the home of his parents, -Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Blacka, of Ferguson, T'uiirsclay evening. Miss Chzabeth Zeska of Furnace-, "·bo had been visiting her sister lu Butte for a £ew day?, has r e t n r r e d home again. lr. and Mrs. irvan Hardy and daughter, Kdlth, of Horgantown, W. Va., who were here attending tbe funeral o£ the former's mother, - Mrs. Elizabeth Hardy, returned to their home Sunday evening. Mrs, William Lyons and son, John. Harry, of Hillfarm, who were visiting; relatives in Uniontown and .Mt. Braddock, for tbe last few weeks, have returned to their borne again. Mr. and Airs. Joseph Cooper of Church hill, are the happiest couple on that hill for on Thursday morning the stork called and left to them an eleven, pound girl baby. Hoy A. StXJlair and sister of Furnace hill, were at ConnellsviHe visiting friends for a Jew days this week. James Gillespie of Pechin is able to be out after a few days sickness of the grippe. He is r.ot able to atlend to his business yet, but expects to start by Monday. Mrs. M. J. Lincoln, of Church hill, who has been ill for the last few- weeks of pneumonia is able to be about her work again. 'During her illness she lost much weight. j Mrs. Alice Brooks, who had beeu , visiting her daughter, Mrs. Mary Loucks of Yukon for tbe past mon'.h aud who stopped on her way home to visit her r.ister, Mrs. j. L. Keffer of Keller's station for a fe-w days, has | returned to her ho emni Masoatown. While playing on the American Manganese Manufacturing company's ! scrap iron pile about one-fourth of a i raPe east of Pechin, Harold ("Boone") Miller of Hardy hill fell and Beverly injured his face on some old barbed wire. He was found " by James . Bryiier just after being hurt, lakon 1 boni« hy his brother Charles and j f i o t i i t n e r c to Or E B Cult's office at Duifbar where the wound was treated and dressed Mr. ana Mrb. John Cope and f a m l l v ·who were here attending funeral of the former's mothur, Mrs. Kathryn Cope have returned to their home in Scottdale, Pa. Madison Hughes and fasiijy of MT. Braddcck moved to Church hill this week They used to live in this vicinity. O w i n g to thP a'.lness of Miss Marguerite Cochran tbe teacher, room No. Strive To Have Healthy Skin ?«t tl»» you arc In ft fathering M wom*n not* tlwi ditEvrtnt cwndl- tlcraa JtpjMLTont in ccrmplexlon. You will M* Bocae flIUd trlth blackhoadfl, ·ome dry and rouyh, some vtnooth *cd XTMUX, Bom* ·m*ar«d frith Ruffe, *ora« »tr»»k»d frith h«*vry metallic powdtr* Mid one* In a irhll* 7*11 wlU »w on* th*t ll d«TOOQ- ·travtton of ID tellie».r*o* from everr point of rfeir. The xlor 1* rosy, th« ·fcta im Mjr~'»Ji6 iniooth, th* pom »r* MiMll mud 09*0. tko powd*rdocs not Jrtiww on. tfa« firm vigorous akin, 'Erery woman cn hav* a rood com- ptadon 1C *h* will* «- llttl* dtacr*tien. If you -would acquire real beauty, th« bc*iutr of p*rf*ct h«3th, yon muMt raptonlih your t worm-out nerves with lecithin, Nature's own n*rr« r«*tor«r, and put into your blood th» Invisroro.t".nz Iron, -which Xfttur* Intend** It to hxvo for |h*mlth.j In moat of th* snod*rn foods th«M Ind other YiiAlfeing* clement* hav* boen Itrerclr eliminated- Ytl la b» *»)Lhy and beautiful the xy*- I tarn mu»t have them. They are {found in BSo-iwen, taot only In prop- ,*r proportion* to re*tow wAkftnod ·rttiillty but in euch form aa the oy*- t«m con bwt aj»imltata them. A. treatment of lecithin and Iron p»ptoattta fL* oombiaed in Blu-fercn Incr«a*« the appetite, aide nutrJUon tLoA ln*i*oc».tDX tbe pntlent And Bio-feron in 1U pellet form Is ·MI?- and palatable to lake--no liquid iron discoloration of the teeth, w unpleoxuit ta«t«. fh«re Is no »*cretTor"" mystery about Blo-f*ren. Ioctor« prcaorib* It rectilarly bcciuco they * know exactly *rvhat Ft contain* a ·wvll a* what it will do and they know tbty co'Old not formulate a bett«r; up* bulklJns tonic, The action of Blo-fer^n on' th« eystwn Is so beneficial, -we are w cure of Its giving" you po«JtJv« h*altji and viffor, pmvldlnff. of oour**, tier* Is no serious, chronic ailment »uch M cancer, tuuercuiosLt, etc., that jr» oniy sell It on the condlUon that you iL^i-eo to racurn the «mpty pacsztft-* Rnd iccepr a refund of your money unless you are entirely «atls3ed. There Is ao use waiting for health and beacty. It 1« better to do thinyB today than tomorrow. Go to -roar phytiloian today--ripht now--be will HxSvlaa Blo-feren. Then otart taklnc It at once as ht advioen or as direction i on the package call for. Th* guarantee protect* your money. In- tereatlnt' booklet may be had forth* aslclngr. Laree packace Sl.OO »t all leadJnf dmsr^tsta or direct if our dru^tlai can not Hnpplr you. 2!ho ScmtaneJ Kemedies Co. Inc., Cincinnati. Ohio, ···*«··· »»**»·»*«·*· ··«0«Oe309*C»**OGC*C»a»»««C»««C»«* WHez* You Begin to Use COURIER WANT ADS You Begin to Travel ;th.e Road § Leads to Success, · ; : One Ceixt a Word. ·*···*«···»«···«»»····· »*··***·** *······· 3 at Pccbm school, was not m session Friday. PATRONIZE HOME MEECHANTS : WHO ADVEETISE IN THIS PAPER. \

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