The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 13, 1918 · Page 5
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February 13, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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"*" * WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1918. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELX,SV1UL,E, PA. PAGE FIVE. FORTY-ONE FROM MT.PLEASANTLEAVE FOR TRAINING CAMP Big Gathering of Citizens at Railroad Station to See Them Off. STORM SCATTERS THE CROWD But It Assembles Agaift Before Time ioi Train to Start; Jevruh People Hold Iteiefit Whist end X»ical; ' Glre Proceeds ' to the Bed Cress. MOUNT PLEASANT, J'eb. IS.--The 41 men. from District 'No. 6 left the state ' armory yesterday " afternoon about 4.30 o'clock escorted by tlie burgess, the. borough cotincil, Assemblymen J. B. Goldsmith :md Dr. A. D. Miller, members of the draft Aboard, the Municipal band, TraugeFlwdij-. of 0. A. Drum corps, the Patriaeh Militants, citizers, Polish, 5aiSri|S% and Italian societies. At the .Baltimore Ohio depot, shortly befor»''tbne for the train to leave,.a rain' itoiSmKcame up scattering the people and after a shower one of the moat beautiful rainbows, something that the'.Soldest resident co'uld not recall of ^seeing this time of the year, very- many times appeared in the sky. An Italian made the remark that holding as it did the popular red. white and lilue with-the Italian colors meant a great Italian victory and the word spread among the great crowds, - while others prophesied a safe journey for our boys across the sea. As the rain let .up the people braved the wind and gathered around the train and amid cheers the train pulled out. LHuke AnibnlnBcc Confer. The members of the First Ward school have completed their first ambulance cover for tho boys in France. 'It has been placed on exhibition in Freed's store window. The cross in the center as knitted by Master Billy Marsh and his mother, Mrs. Mary Marsh. . ; BcMfit Whist. . One of the greatest social successes ever held in Mount Pleasant as the musicale and benefit hist held by the Jeish Ladies of Scottdale and Mount Pleasant in the assembly rooms of the Bank building yesterday afternoon. To hundred and sixty-five ladles sat at the tables and around the room. Sixty favors were given, one favor-going to the winner at each table. On the musical program were selections .by Mrs. G. F. Kelly, Mrs. T. TV". Dawson and MrSi Charles Hall of Scottdale; Mrs. Gladys Zimmerman Robertson, Miss lola Zeckhauser. Prof. Stanley Skibinski and Anabelle PiU- patricfc, Agnes Murray of this place. Miss Martha Steckel of the Siieckel Conservatory, gave a talk on "National Woman's Defense," and Rev. T. C. Harper, one of the local Four-Minute men gave an address.. Among the out-of-town guests were Mesdames Levy and Fabenfligel and Miss Simon of Pittsburg; Mrs. Sidcl, Bentleyville; Mrs. Freedman, SuierviUe; Mrs. Caplan. Connellsville; Mrs. Cohen, Corapolis; Mrs. Charles Pross. Mrs. Ben Harris and Mrs. Myer Goldenson, Greensburg. The committee in charge was Mrs. Max Miller, Mrs. William Eacusin, Mrs. Ben Miller, Mrs. Myer Posner, Mrs. Charles Iiforris, Mrs. Sam Wener, Mrs. Lee Goldenson, Mrs. Isadore Marks, Mrs. Bicaard Gerecter, Mrs. L. Click, Mrs. J. Glick, Mrs. L. Gordon, Mrs. Ella Levinson and Mrs. M. Bermari. The, aides werg Misses Mabel and Lillian Perry, Mary, Lillian and Magdaline Kennedy and Ruth Hayes of Seottdalu; Reba and Sara Racusin and Bessie Marshall of Greensburg, and Mrs. Joseph Hartigan, Ola and Rachael Stoner, Jean Marsh, Grace Cowan, Sara Baron, Eachael and Anna Posner, Jean Smith, Madeline Shaw, Mary Arkwright, Rosaline Kobacker and lola Zeckhauser of this place. The proceeds were, turned over to the American Red Cross. Preparations are being made for a Community Fund drive for |12,000 to run the various units of the Red Cross Chapter of this place in their work for one year. The campaign is in charge of a general committee composed of Kirk Bryce'as chairman and A; T. Collins.' The town has been laid off in districts with Charles Engle captain of the First ward, Hoy Crosby captain of the Second ward, and John Vetesk captain of the Third ward. Norman Hayes at the Citizens Savings and Trust company has been made secretary and treasurer. This organization is only temporary, while the 30 days' campaign is on. Rev. Ralph Scott will have charge of Four-MIn- nte men who will make addresses each evening. 51.' A. King gave a talk at the Grand Opera House and Burgess S. P. KOBACKEfK I* "THF RIH ^TOBF ^ This is Your Notice SEE TOMORROW'S PAPER FOR ANNOUNCEMENT OF Three Important Events AT "THE BIG STORE" Remnant Days Sale of Suits Coats AND A Mammoth Shoe Sale WATCH TOMORROW'S PAPERS. 'Big loc Matinee Daih at 2:30. Evening Shows at 7:30 and 9:15. Clean, Progressive Amusement for the Whole Family. --TODAY AX1) SATURDAY-STONE'S 20TH CENTURY SHOW Present the Farce That Made George M. Cohan Famous "Running for Office" On the Screen--The second episode of "Vengeance and the Woman." FEATURING \ STOXE'S JAZZ HARKONY FOUK AJfDY MABCCS and "DOC." irASHBURJT -I^ale at Al. G. Fields' Mmatrela. There "Was Nothing So Good for Congestion and Colds I as Mustard But the old-fashioned muatard-pl aster burned and blistered while it acted. .Get the relief and help that mustard plasters gave, without the plaster and without the blister. Mucterole does it It a a dean, white ointment; made with oii of mustard. It is scientifically prepared, so that it works wonders, and yet does not blister the ·.enderest skin. Just massage Musterole hi with the nn- ·r-tips gently. See how quickly it brings lief--how speedily the pain disappears. Use Musterole for sore throat, bron- liitij, tonsUitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, headache, congestion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago, pains and aches of the back or joints, sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chilblains, frosted feet, colds of the chest (it often prevents pneumonia). 30c and 60c jars; hospital sue tZJSO. OYERW( TIRED WOMAN TOOK VIOL Now Sha is Strong and Hearty Philadelphia, Pa.--"I was overworked, run down, nervous, coulc .at eat or sleep. I felt like crying ail the time. I tried different remedies without benefit. The doctor said it was ,wonder I was alive, and when Vine' was given me I began to improve. I have taken eight bottles and am now strong and perfectly healthy in every respect, and have gained in weight I can not praise Vino! snongh."--Mrs. Sarah A. Jones, 1025 Nevada St.. Philadelphia. Pa. We guarantee Vinol to make over- vrorked, weak women ttrong or re- mrn your money. Formula on every jottle. This is your protection. Laugnrey Drag Co., F. H. Harmen- 3ir, Connellsvflle.; David C, Eason. unbar, and-at. the best drag store in Tory town and city in the country. Stevens spoke at the Cox theatre. -Ninety-third Anniversary. Mrs. Malinda Lobinger of East Main street celebrated her 93rd birthday yesterday by receiving friends during the day. Mrs. Lobinger hears very well and although she is unable to do any Red Cross work owing to paralysis in one arm, she reads the paper each day aod talks intelligently on the war: Mrs. Lobinger made rag dolls for her great grandchildren, yesterday while entertaining friends. Catholic Preist Dies. Father John Suspinski, -pastor at the Mammoth Catholic church, died suddenly while visiting in Chicago. 'The remains arrived in Greensburg j this morning and were removed by I Funeral Director J. W. Reichman to I the Mammoth church and placed in state until Thursday morning when solemn .requiem mass will be celebrated. Interment vrill follow in the Mammoth cemetery. WDliam E. Slartin. 'William B. Martin, ago 35 years, died at his East Washington street h'ome Monday! Funeral services were held this morning at 9 o'clock at St. Joseph's church and interment followed in Sc. Jpseph's cemetery. Quarantine LiftviL "Word has been received that Captain John D. Hitchman, who was under quarantine for measles, has had the quarantine lifted and is feeling allright again. Miss XnUin Hostess. Miss Genevieve Mullin entertained the Otterbein Guild at her " North Church street home last evening. The annual love offering was given. TODAY IS THE DAY! And There Co aid Only Be One Flaee The Popular Soisson To See the Comedy That Will Wia You From the Start "Pretty Peggy OTffloore" A Brilliant Romance of a Young Irish GM In Tankeeland. atATJDfEE AT 2.SO--lOe AND 20e. JflGHT AT 8.lV-2»c AIO) 30c. Friday and Saturday, "Tennessee's Partner.". ^ PARAMOUNT JHEATRE TODAY BLUEBIRD PHOTOPLAYS PRESENT MAE MURHAY IN "FACE VALUE" i 1 A DRAMA IN 5 ACTS. · ALSO A SELECTED COMEDY. i ,----TOMORROW WM. A. BRADY PRESENTS JUNE ELVIDGE IN "The Beautiful Mrs. Reynolds" A WORLD PRODUCTION IN 5 ACTS. ALSO CDKRENT. EVENTS, SHOWING'ALL THE. LATEST NEWS. Disposes of lioldinga. | S. A. Carson of Uniontown has dis-! pose'd ot his holdings in the Southern j Connellsvtlle Coke company and re- \ sisned as director and general manager in order to devote his time to other interests. Erery merchant, every bank . and business man advocates buying at home. Then let us give you prices oa your job work -this coming year. The Courier Job Depu ORPHEUM THEATRE --TOMORKOW- GLADTS BBOCKWELL IN · "FOR UBERTT" Also "The-Mutual Weekly." Hoy They Put it Over In New York Hotels. THI DCPOSTEB" Starring Ann Murdoek. ERE IS NOTMlNC UNDER l( YOUR HOME MERCHANT CANNOT GET. IF YOU ONLY A CHAN Handing Out the Truth ' If you are at all interested in this, your home town, you will be likewise interested in the enterprise we have inaugurated for your protection. We propose publishing each week a series of "established truths" in cartoon and article, telling of the advantages to be gained by patronizing your home community through its business places. We are going to aim our ammunition of truth at the hearts of the victims of the catalogue habit--the people who fall victim to the mail order houses--and will show them wherein they do themselves and their home community a gross- injustice by sending out of this community money that rightfully belongs here for a furtherance of mutual prosperity. A Great Combined Movement by Great People Will Secure a Phenomenal Boost for Yourself and THESE MERCHANTS. ZIMMERMAN-WELD COMPANT Fnniltare, Knirs, Stores 1M-158 YT. Crawford Afe. W. X LECHE Dry Goods 12i W. Crawford Are. THE HOBSER COMPANY Men's Wear 10G VT. Crawford Are. COlONIAi JfATIOiVAL BASK ' C»rner Pitt-sljurg Street and Crawford AYenne. MCDONALD MUSIC AST ELECTRIC co. Kojul Hotel Block X. rilisburg Si. H. KOBACKER SONS "The Kg Store" H. rittsbnrg St. C. W. DOW5S Footwear for Kvcrrbody 127 3f. Pittsbarg St. CQ»"A T ELLSV1LLE MARKET AT) SOUTH END MARKET I*adin(r Grocery Stores 186 and 333 S". Pittsberg St. ANDERSOS-LOUCKS HARDWARE CO. Hardware 116 W. Crawford Are. CHARLES T. GILES Jeweler / 141 West Crawford A-re. BROWNELL SHOE COMPANY Shoes IVcst Crawford Are. | CONHE11SVILLE DRUG COMPANY | Drags ISO IVest Crawford Are. P. R. WEIMER Finos an* Phonographs 12J-129East Crawford Aye. A. TT. BISHOP Jewelry 10J ITest Crawford AT*. THE AARON CO. "Home Braider" ; 143 '. Pittsburg St. CROWLEY-MESTREZAT CO. · Shoes for the IVhiilc Family 113 V. Crawford A«. ARTMAN WORK China and TTal] Pnpcr 147-151 IT. Crawford Are. THE CENTRAL STORE Dry Goods °u \r. Crawford ATB. ELPERN'S Ladies' Suits and Coats ISO JT. Kttsburs St. FIVE AND TEN CENT WALL PAPER CO. TTall Paper ' 103 IV. Apple St. WELLS-MILLS MOTOR CAR CO. Acents for IVillys-Kniglt, Overland CMS. Accessories WERTHEIMER BROS. Hen's Store 124 3T. Pittsbnrg St. » COSNELLSVILLE LAUNDRY "Snow TYIute IVork" ' 129 Baldwin AT*. COLUMBIA HOTEL John Dnggan TVcst Side FRISBEE HARDWARE CO. Hardware . iy. Crawford ATB. WRIGHT-METZLER CO. Department Store IT. Crawford Aye. LAUGHREY DRUG COMPANY Drngs. 112 S. Pittsburg St. RAPPORT-FEATHERMAN CO. Ton Can Do Better Here. fxxiooooociooouuoooqoaujouo WE AD Homer's TTCAlX QotWag COAL Good Co*L Prompt Serri«. C*U Bell Phrac 153 or 462, 9OOOO3OQ9OCOC J. B. KURTZ, , NOTARY PUBLJ6 \ AND REAL E»TAT«. ? Ha. X Couth Meadw 5 Conn«ll«*IU» ». xxxaocoooocxxaooooooocooooo TRUCKS When you buy a Bfethlehem you elect yourself general manager of a railroad. ·' . . ' · . . . - . Just .as the inventor of shoes payed the world with leather, Bethlehem Motor Trucks have "railwaytracked" the world. On the fringes of civilization, or in the thickest traffic, Bethlehem Trucks have proven that any road is a Bethlehem road, any distance a Bethlehem distance. There is the same ratio of hauling efficiency between most trucks and a BETHLEHEM that there is between most trucks and a horse. Union Auto Company ANDY GEORGE, Manager. Garage and Office, Church Place and Arch Street. Sales Agency--The Mercer, the Lexington, the Saxon, and Bethlehem Trucks. MECHANICS WANTED. REP AIRING A SPECIALTY.

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