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February 14, 1918

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THE DAILT COURIER, CONNELLSVILLD, PA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1918. Mrs. John Moore was hostess at charmingly appointed surprise party yesterday '.afternoon at .her home'in ;.Francis, .avenue InZhonor of tbe'.eighth. birthday of her daughter, Emma Grace Moore. The Hours" were from'3 JO to 5.30 o'clock, it color scheme erf pink ana~whlte was effectively" carried but in the decorations and deiicions lunch- "eon. -In-honor of-the happy occasion I^ttlo^Miss iJmma^Crrace was -presented; with "a number of pretty and use- --lul-giftjfc--The-gnests-were-Mfldred E: Adams, Betty Bowers, Phyllis Hat- fieM-.tAlicef r tae Villiams,- -Helen Sikora, Edward J. Murphy, Earle "Bpwetsr.-Evelyn -Knth .-Barrett, Anna- Bell* Barrett, Elizabeth Siesfcy, Eay .Siesky, Betty. Long. Ktib'y Jean-Hall,' Mary" Lace "Holiday and Kathryn group of officers for the ensuing'year. The result of the election was as follows: Home society, President, Mrs; Walter Haines; second vice president, Mrs. F. E. Markell; secretary, Mrs. J. "NY. Snder; secretary of mite boxes, Mrs. EL G. May; pianist, Mrs. . T. H. White; Foreign society, seccmd vice It's ;Grandmother's Recipe to Bring Back Color and Liustre to' Hall-. FAYETTE COUNTY WOMEN ORGANIZE FOR WAR ACTIVITY Plans Considered and Committees 'aroed at Conference Tesk'rday In Uniontflwn. Plans for the organized work of the women of Fayette county during the war as directed ajid authorized by j the government was taken up in ox- j glossy hair can only be had by ecutive session by the Women's County Committee of the Council in. Uniontown yesterday. The Fayette county committee consists 'of the following wom«n: - Chairman, Mrs. R. E. Umbel, Union- president, Mrs. J. I.. Proud/it; secre- vice chairman, Mrs. Charles David" tary of mite boxes. Mrs. "W. K. Allen; ConneHsviLle, and a second vice -^ Showman, JUicille'and'EmilyEvertiart, [raised by the local societies. EleanbVRainage, Betty SHcox, Wanda j ' -- _McLaughlln, Mazetta Taylor,. Sylvia \Gilespie, Marjmret- Gllespie, J. W. That beautiful, even shade of dark, iirow- ing a mipctitre of'Sage Tea and Sulphur. Y)ur hair ib your cbarm. It makes o · mars the face. . When i t ; fades, tuins gray or streaked, just an j applkatiir. or two of Sage and Sulphur enhances its appearance a hundred-told. Don't bother -to prepare tbe mix- \ ture; you can^get this famous o l d : chorister, Mrs. J. M. Cecil. Mrs.' T; H. | chairman is to be announced later. recipe improved by the addition of | White, with Mrs. Vr. L Wright and! The followin" district vice chairmen i other ingredients at a small cost, a l l 1 -' ~ " " ready for use. It is called Wyeth's i Sage and Sulphur Compound. This can always bc depended upon to bring back the'natural color and lus- tre of your hair. Everybody uses "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound now because it darkens so naturally and evenly that nobody can tell it has b.een applied. You.simpiy dampen a sponge or soft brush .with it and draw this through j -Mrs-D .K Dilworth,-as aides, was! are named . chairman of the nominating committee of thVForeign- society; Mrs L. L. West was chairman of the nominating v Mrs. «H. B. .Stevens, Masontown; Mrs. Harry J. Bell, Dawson; Mrs. t. Loo Titus, Point Marion, and a cbair- 'committee of the Home society. Fol- maa for the r i ver district to be an- lowing a request from the Board o f i nO unced later. Home and Foreign Missions for an in r crease in funds, quite a nice sum was Icley, Johana Redman and Evelyn Moore. Mias Prances Stephens entertained - about 2£ of. her-friends last evening at "her home'fn" Church" street~in-honor of Ufe-22nd -birthday of Private - John Hough', Who ~ls home frpnTCamp Gordon, Atlanta, Ga., on a furlough. Games and music were the amusements followed by dainty refreshments served by tbe hostess. About 20 ' couples' attended a very enjoyable' surprise 'party tendered Claience- Brooks Sparks last evening at his home at Popular Grore in-honbr of n*is~birtnday. -- The evening was delightfully- .sjwnV at- various amuse- mentar.-- A^-delicious -luncheon- _was served; ·;- · ;. · A program on ."The'Fpod Problems" will be/presented at the regular meeting of .the .Woman's Culture club to be held Monday afternoon at*the home of Dr. Kmtherine Vakefield in East Crawford avenue. Miss Lena Katz is leader.. " " " . ' , : . . ' . Mrs.' JV H,'- Cook will entertain the Vanderhilt Fanc'ywork club Wednesday en's" Benefit association of the Mac- ' j oo fl production. cabees Will meet this evening at the , _ Urs _ 'charles L. Davidson. home of Mrs. J. W. Howard in Apple j towEr food conservation. street to arrange for a Martha "Wash- ' The social, committee of the "om- These -chairmen of departments have been, appointed: Mrs. J. K. registration. Ritenour, tfniontown, lira. J. B. Marietta, Connellsville, the hair, talcing one small strand at 1 Union- j a Li»c; by morning tie gray hair has disappeared, and aRor another appli- ington tea on February 10. Mrs, W. R. Cook, Uniontown, women in industry. cation it becomes beautifully .dark and appears glossy and lustrous. Mrs. E. T. Porter, Uniontown, child -This ready-to-use preparation is a de- Mrs. Joseph Rhodes entertained the ^H^^ jlijhtful toiVct requisite for those who M. and S. Fancywork club yesterday . Mrs. A, C Hagan, Uniontown. main-j desire dark hair and a youthful ap- -j. ji, ^. j_» a , , ((-,, nellsville, education. ease.--adv. afternoon at the home of her parents, tenance ot existing soc'.al agencies. I pearance. It is not intended for the .Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Butterraore in j N[rE \^nii am Q. Schoonover, Con- cure, mitigation or prevention of dis- Lincoln avenue. A daintily appointed luncheon was served. - Miss Louise Painter will entertain the Young Ladies' Guild of tbe Trinity Reformed -church tomorrow cght at her home in. Vine street. Mrs. Harry Marietta and Mrs. William ..Green .attended, a. dinner given Tuesday at the .Fort Pitt Hotel, Pitts- burs, by Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Gilchrist of Ambridge, in honor .of Sergeant Mrs. R. E. Umbel, Uuiontown, Lib- --- erty loan. Mrs, Clark Hoon, Fairchance, home j and foreign relief. *Irs. Frank Snider, Uniontown, safeguarding of moral arid spiritual forces. TO UNVEIL FLAG Fourteen Tonn(r 3Ien on Krerson Church Honor Roll. Major Byrou M. Gilchrist, who is a | A service flag and honor roll serv-, , McCune and j j nephew of Mrs. Marietta and Mrs. ]ce wi ]j bc he id Sunday morning at I p all ' Dearora ' Green. · · | JQ o'clock in the United Brethern J ' ' _ When February arrives New York styledum says, so far as millinery is .concerned, Spring is here. In fact it is the practice for Spring Hats to be seen on Fifth Avenue in January. So our display of Classy Spring models at popular prices is quite important. 1LRS. AMANDA CUMMINGS. Largely attended was the funeral of Mrs. Amanda Cummings held yesterday from the family residence at Mill Run. Hev. L. S. Wortman officiated. Albert Shobert, L. G. Hankins, George liowen, Frank Kooser, W. 1 ' " ~ and J. H. Prtnkey we "The Store .. Ahead" . H PrnaBUM ^ .CowcLLWMi JjkJ Butterick Patterns MRS. KATHARINE McCONEGHT. Mrs. Katharine McConeghy of Coal -- ! church ai Everson by the Sunday PERSONALS. - i school. Seats will be reserved for ail Mrs. Lewis Tohey of .Hazedwoofl, is j the me mbers of families who have j near McKcesporti died at ^ the guest of Mrs Mary Creedon, of boys iQ ^ 5crTice . | McKeesport hospital Tuesday eve- TVest Apple street ' ; - - · . | Tho hon or roll contains the narnea in , ng , ollowlng ,, operation whic h she ,,,,,,-- -. - - -- . -- , - . ... ,. _-* . - - - - .. , i underwent on Friday. Mrs. McCon- SAO 1 · - · - [ ^ - ~ «.~~-. - | mn g (QUOw tag an uporanun wiiicii BI Have.'you gotten those tan lace, of the foll0w in s young men of the UE[ f erwent 0 ° Priday . Mrs . McCo »es yet for your little g,rt ? If not,; SuQday scnool who have been called eghy was an auiu of Mrs ^^ r , em; at her home in East Crawford avenue. | Downs' Shoe Store have them now. ; to ^' ^laia: Lewis Smith, Albert | and mssss W innic Margaret and I Sizes 10 to 2.--Adv-14-St, ,- I Reagon, William Hamilton, Charles ; s h T 1 1 , jue West S,ae M r ! ._, . -n ,,;,, i-it_ur. r*iiT/i« ^rn_ i The rummage sale, which is teing j J- Donald Reid went to Pittsburg held in the vacant store room near Fnnerja Director a C. Mitchell's office in Sooth Pittsburg street by the N. C. D. class of the First Methodist Episcopal Sunday school, will be-con- Unned tomorrow. Yesterday's proceeds amounted to $25. this morning. Furmm Fields, Clyde Mil- llor, Wiliaer Fazenbaker, William Mrs, J. L. Cochran of South Pitts- ! packer, Myrl Snyder, Harry Eusty, burg street, is spending the day In ·· Ge orge' Swift, Stanley Snyder, Rich- Pittsbnrg. The best place to shop after all. Brownell Shoe Co.--Adv. Mrs. C. B. Franks and son, Jesse, of Lejsenring No. 1, left this morning Patrons Day will be observed to- for Southern Pines, K. C morrow schools. 3.30 o'clock 1 , anticipated. at the South .Connellsville The hours are from 9 to A large attendance is Mr. jtjad Mrs."i; Frank oY't/niontown aave-announced the engagement - of j Soiason theatre.-- Adv. -- 13-lt. '' Congressman Bruce F. Sterling returned to Washington, D. C., after spending yesterday in this city. . By special request tbJe Manhattan Players will produce "Pretty Peggy O'Moore" again on Thursday at the their'-'dauBhter, Miss Hortense o G. B - T - Sherrick and , . Frank, to Joseph K Baum of St Louis I daughter, "Mlsw Mary Belle of East ard Parker and Ray Benford. and Mrs. Gemas and · Miss Margaret | Tipping will attend the funeral to-! morrow morning. Mr. and Mrs. J. J.! Tipping of York Run will also attend ' the funeral. ORDERS SUNDAY CLOSING Mount Pleasant Burgess Cooperating .With Bible Classen. MOUNT PLEASANT, Feb. 15.--ll CONNEILSVILLE AMAZED ' BY SUDDEN, ACTION 1 The quick action of pure Ixivopdk ! eye wash is startling. A school boy keeping with his promise of coOpera-jhad cyo strain so badly be could not tlon with the federated Bible classes | read. A week's use of Lavoptik sur- of the town, made some weeks ago. Burgess Samuel P. Stevens has notified every merchant who is accustom- prfeed his teacher so much she used it for her old mother. One wash showed benefit. A small 'bottle is ed to keeping open Sunday that next guaranteed to benefit every case weak. Sunday be must close. , : Tte.-.engagcment will terminate i Fairview avenue attended the funeral i If the' Sunday laws are not obeyed, of Mr. Sherrick's brother-in-law, John W.' Thompson, held yesterday afternoon fromrthe: Thompson home in in » Jnne',»edding. Miss Hufh Smith, daughter bf'H. H.. Smith of-Brothers Valley township, i."TCUWnabarg..;.'. jnd_-VttHeKe. J piigh, a member of the;!-'- '-Downs'Shoe-Store, sale, on TTomea's engineer's division ' of the- National"i shoes at..|2.95:is still going on. These Army sUtloned at_'CTamp Lee,; were' nuletly married in Cnraberland last weet. The hrlde .taught .In the.Som- erset schools-;fpr;tiie.Bast lew. years.' Hiss Sarab.'.T;;.Kaniiii;,of'.Smitii- field and Arthur H. CUalbne of'Union- town, were qjiirfly. married. Tuesday at noon by Rey! :q. :c; CirHle,-pastor Df the I'irst^-'MetliodiB't'-" -Protestant ttte guest..of Mrs. Mary Crecdon of church of Uriiohtowi." -Mr."and Mrs. I "West"Apple street, and Miss Mary Nee, will' mak'e good shoes for every day wear J or dress--mostly all- Patent leathers.--Ad.v-14-St. . · Mrs. S. H. Graham and two children, Warren and .Carroll, of Winnipeg,-Can., are guests of the Mrs. Gra- hata's mother, Mrs. Catherine Pagan ol.the West Side. the burgess indicated, drastic steps will be taken to enforce them. strained or inflamed eyes. The quick result is astonishing. Aluminum eye ; cup free. A_ A. Ciarke.--adv. j LIACOLS' IIATHD VTAK FROM EUROPEAN WATERS ScoUdale lloy Given Leave of Absence for 17 Days. Charles H. Painter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charlts N. Painter ot South Broadway, is home on a 17-day furlough. . Mr. Painter has just returned from| t ]j 0 W0 rld' Are you doing your share j But That Didn't Prevent Him From i Crnslilng the Itekellion. i If he wore aJlve today, Be w-ould | advise us to bend all our energies to \ winning the present war in order to i establish, a government "of the people j and for the people and by the people," j not merely in America but throughout j 'the United States naval forces operat- .GrH."caviile. of Baltimore,! in s iu European waters where he h: l £ 'j by saving a little regularly? If not, [ as ! the facilltira of the First National of i . . -ent to Morga'ritown yesterday to visit Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Younkin. · C. W. Bettler is confined to bis home in Davidson avenue with rheumatism. joyable meeting- of the club at which ! Mrs. D. H. Leamon of Greenaburg, Mi Malone will reside fri" trnfotitown. Ten members of the T. C. T. Fancywork club were present at a very en- iss Martha Tfhbets was hostess last.' was the gnest of her sister, Miss ^^ao " evening at her li'ome on the corner of'. Boyd of East Apple street yesterday. .: Davidson avenur and Hace..street_The i " Mrs. E. J. O'Toole, of.Gary, .W, Va., been for nine months. He enlisted! ConnellsviUo are at ybur sen-ice. ?1 In the navy two years ago. ! starts a savings account. Liberal in- j terost.--Adv. Mystery Sale Begins Friday, February 15th, and Lasting Unti All Goods Are Sold We hare many oddfi ami cmta. broken lots, and only one or two of each article. As an fndaeemeiit get ion to atleud thjs sale we have pot these articles In packages in this sale. 1 -- $85.00 Diamond King. 1 -- $65.00 Diamond fiing. 1 -- $45.00 Diamond King. 2 -- $25.00 Diamond Rings. 1 -- $35.00 Diamond tavalliere. 1 -- $15.00 Reconstructed Rnluy Ring. 1 -- $12.50 Reconstructed Ruby Ring-. 1 -- ¥10.00 Reconstructed Ruby Ring. 1 -- $50.00 21-jcweI Hamilton Watch. 1 -- $25.00 17-jewel Hamilton Watch. 1 -- $25.00 17-je-vrel Wrist Watch. 1 -- $20.00 15-jewcl Wrist Watch. 2 -- $20.00 .Gold Coins with another article. 3 -- $10.00 Gold Coins with another article. 5 -- $5.00 Gold Coins with another article. 10 -- $2.50 Go!d Coins with another article. These goods are in packages in the -windows to show our good faith, and any one of tic Doubti Thomases, who will prove that tte goods mentioned above are not in the packages can have the ?200.00 cash in our window. Look in the window and^you will see the goods on display. EXrijA-YATORY -- Every article in the sale never sold for less than ?1.00 and as high as $85.00. Thi 3s positively no exchanges of any kind. Do not try and judge the contents of the package by the size, for i diamond rings will be in the alarm clock boxes as well as ring bore's. The Packages Sell For $1.00 Each And contain Watches, Clocks, Rings. Flash Lights, Razors, Knives, Chains, and every article sold iu a first class jewelry store. COMMUNITY JEWELRY SHOP ·100-102 South Pittslrarg Street, CONXELLSVTLLE, P CTTESTS OF COLONEL. IVllUom F. Knrti Post Going to Siin- nyslde Tomorrow. William Kurtz Post 104 Grand Army i of the Republic has been invited to attend the 77th birthday party of evening was spent at knitting Tor the"; soldiers and sailors. Dainty refreshments were served. . j · . The Junior-Orgaonized -Bible class of the First Presbyterian-Sunday school will m-eet ton'ight : at the home of Mrs. William Brown in Cedar avenue: .' The Woman's Home and Foreign! Missionary 'societies of the Trinity. Lutheran, church will meet tonight at the home' of 3lrg. S. G. Zimmerman in East Green street. . . . . . , . .. is the guest of Mrs. Michael Clark of ' Colonel J. J. Barnuart at Sunnyside North Pittaburg street. tomorrow afternoon. -Miss Anna Foi of Dawson, is spend- I The ?° si wil1 heave nere on ^ ing-the -sveek.at .the_home of.ilr. and 12 45 car R. C. .TJeerbower at Star Junction. ' She .will return home Saturday. TRAFFIC RESUMED B.''0. RaSlrom* Clews Tracks, at .. Bfdwellj Trmliis op Schedule. : Traffic qri the Baltimore Ohio rail.road east of Connells^lle has been resumed again.after a 24-hour- tieup -. The wcekly'meeting of the Business ['on acount..of the high-stage of the Women's Chrfeiain-aso»iation irill b.e-'.Ymigh river at Bidwcll, -- hold tonight in- the association in Odd | ·. 'A : large force of workers cleared ;; -Fellows' temjlt-.-.-·_-;·--· · · 'the'west bound track.ot ice yesterday :: ~ ".-r':. .".L ;afternoon at 4:25 o'clock 'and the east Attorney and Mrs:.;S:;.B. West .of bound rails were, opened .at'.' 9:40 ;: Waynesburg, afho~are.,spendins'.the- :; winter in Long Beach,'.Car^. gave :t handsomely appointed 5 o'clock din-, r: ner Thursday evening,' Tebruai-y 7, in -'· honor of the birthday of-Mrs; .Mary E. :~ Williams of Scottdale, formerly of ·- Connellsville, who is visiting her son- ·· In-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hay» at Long Beach. Covers were .. laid for Mrs. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. ;. W. T. Hays and daughter. Miss'Car-' -,-· rie Hays ol Waj nesburg; Clark Lemon of Aleppo, Pa.: Mr. and Mrs. John ' : . Moore of Long Beach, formerly of "Wayriesburgi-lMr. and Mrs. J. T.-Hays and son, Gordon, formerly of Scott" date, an* the boat and hostess. Following-an interesting address oa o'clock lasl night. liight-ponml Boy. James Sproat, a" one time resident of Dawson, now with the "W. J. Rainey company at.Hevere, notifies his Tough region friends that one of those icy nights in January the stork visited his home and left an elffht-pound boy. He j now has a daughter and son. PKEKO 3TOHS BliSLVESS. Talking Mucliinc Jfun Lncalcd "ow in JBnfano linilding. Arthur P. Freed who formorly occupied a part of the store of ths Leonard Furniture company tor tho sale of talking machines has moved to the vacant room in l.he Bufano building in South Pittsburg street. He will open as soon as the^place can bc made ready. » The Leonard business was taken over by the Zimmerman-Wild company ivnicU is utilizing all the space. ·FAYETTE PI,AX ADOPTED AUCIA GOUGE HOtBS. 'Arc Arrested. : Eight prisoners were given hearings before Mayor John Duggan this morning, four getting cell sentences and four paying fines. "kSTTTKD ilBTICLES Charleston Comforts Branch to SUpaent Tebrnarr 21. Mrs. J. Melvin Grey, chairman of the Charleston Comforts Branch'of tho Navy League, asks; all persons knitting for the league to put forth a special effort to. complete their knitted articles, as soon as possible and not later than February 20; ' A shipment will be made to the Navy League headquarters on February 21. IHEY GAVE ffllS RUN-DOWN MAN VINOL yotice to Maccabees; the'war given last evening by John! Tllc P re s entati °n of the stage ban- ·'_ Davis at the regular meeting of Edna|. ner ' a class initiation, a lunch and And He Got Back His Strength and Energy . Csi! of Dynaraito Accomplishes Settling Jlore Than Ddjicliiiu; Chnnis The use of dynamite on the ice gorge ia the Mnuongahela river at Alicia accomplished comparatively little in the direction of placing it in motion. .The most that was done was to detach portions of it but otherwise it is apparently undisturbed. Dyna"- midng is-being continued today in the hope of producing a break. The ice deposit is believed *to rest on the river bed at several points.' State Plciiacd With .Motor Bureau Head's liieiis. Plan of H. D. Hutchinson, chairman of the Motor and Motor Trucks Bureau of the Fayotte county Safety committee, to secure the registration for emergency purposes of pleasure cars and trucks .was considered so in- gcnlus that it has been adopted by the State Department of Motor and Motor Trucks and will be placed in operation in counties throughout the state for the purpose of mobili2lng the motive power of automobiles. Mr. Hutcbinson recently made a survey of tho automobiles and motor trucks in Payette county and submit-j ted tbe report to the state committee. c, GODiG TO JTUKCE. TWO RAINBOWS SEEN. Uimsnul Sight for r'cbruafy is Presented Here. Two rainbows on one February afternoon was the unusual sight witnessed Tuesday. One appeared early in the afternoon, the other about 5 o'clock following'the Sheboygan, Wis.--"I was all'fagged | wud and rain storm. '.It was a boau- out/ run down, no appetite, nervous, I tifiil Bight, the immense bow stretch- sleepless - nights and drowsy during i i ng c i ear across the eastern sky. the day, and was not nt to work. A ! friend told me to take Vinol. I did i so, and can now three Curd of Thanks. . . . ,,.,,,, ,, . ,, ,, ,, ,,,, «,cn, JJ - ra - Ber 'ha Edmonds and son wish Bebekah lodge held in Odd Fellows' smoker win tai ' e P 1100 'olisht in ttte I active, strong and -well, and have ! to thank those who so kindly aided hall, the lodge decided to buy thrift! Maccabee Hall,' Mr. W. L. Callahan, j gained eleven pounds."--A. W. Higby, j them in their recent bereavement, th- Byron Gilchrist is Ordered to Report iot Sen-ice Aboard. Sergeant Major Byron M. Giichrist of the North Island Flying Field. San Diego, Cal!, and formerly of Connellsville, has been ordered to join the flying contingent at Garden City Aero Fiekl for embarkation to France soon. Gilchrist is 23 years old and is connected with the 142nd Aero Squadron of the United States Anny. He left last night to join his companion troopers of the clouds. Sergeant Major Girchrist is a grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Alien Hyatt of Connellsville. 37% More N For Your Money Get the Genuine stamps, H beinE the first lodge to pur- '· Record Keeper at one of the biggest l.-Sheboygan, Wis. chase the stamps through Mr. Davis.' Maccabee Tents in the state will.be The meeting was well attended and . was one of interest. - "Tn« Woman's Home and Foreign ;" Missionary societies of the First Pres- brteriaxi church held A special meet- ins last evening ai the close of the service* to elect x third? pr ese nt.--14-11- JfBJor JLartln an Exuminer. Major Edward Martin, of the 110th Regiment at Fort Hancock, has been appointed a member of the board to examine first lieutenants for promo-, tion- to J ciptiinciesi--'" ;; "'-'"- ~ ; - - ; - ' ' . ." This is because Vinol contains the t elements needed to create a healthy- appetite, and restore .strength. The 1 complete formula is printed on every I package. This is your protection. . -Laughrey Drug Co., F. H. Harmeu- ing, Connelisviile; David C. Eason, Dunbar, and ,at.the.best .drug store in every 1 . towif and city" irTth'e country. "·" | death of their husband and father, tbe late S. W. Edmonds. They especially thanks those who sent floral tribute. When Service Difficulties Arise Unfamiliarity with the work of telephone operating often prompts untimely criticism. For example, a person called in error! The operator, to be sure,'may be humanly at fault in having rung on the wrong line. Perhaps, on the other hand, the telephone called is the one that has been asked for--a person calling 1456 when 1546 is wanted and either "hanging up" when the mistake is realized or evidencing impatience when the wrong person answers. The operator, by"her "Excuse it, please," indicates her regret of the mistake. Moreover, the general effectiveness anci unfailing earnestness of her effort are factors that should be weighed when an occasional service difficulty arises under the extraordinary conditions now applying.- The Central District Telephone Company E. F. Pattcnon, Local Manager Uniontown, P. Break City tig-lit Boys with slingshots broke the city street light at the corner of West CrtfH'ford avenuo and Eleventh street yesterday.. Other lights in f Greenwood j wdr'e-''out last night. ' i No advance in price for this 20-ycar- [6M remedy -- 25c for 34 tablets-- Some .cold tablet* now 30c for 21 tubleti-- Figured on proportionate coat per , tablet, you *avc 9%c when you buy Hill'«-- Curea Cold in 24 houra -- grit in 3 dayi -- Money bock if tt fails. yDrufStor. Evangelistic Heetinpi A series of evangelistic meetings, beginning Sunday evening, and continuing for an indefinite period, will be held in the Mount Carmel United Evangelical church at Prittstovm. Th services" will be in charge of Rev. M. V. Kelley of Gaistown, Pa., and will commence at 7.30 o'clock. Who to Patronize. . Merchants who. advertUe their good? The Daily'Courier. Hostettler Funeral Tomorro I The body of Earl Hostettler ! died in the Greensburg hospital ' juries suffered iu a railroad ac : was removed today from the 1 i! residence at Youngwood to the of the father of the deceased, C Hostettler, at Everson, from services will bc held tomorrow noon. Interment in the Evcrsor etery. Classified AilTertinemeats Bring results. Cost only Ic a

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