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February 14, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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fAGE SIX. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 191.8. LOCAL BOARD NO. 5 PASSES 42 DRATEES OUT OF 45 EXAMINED Vandferbilt. VANDERBILT. iteb. 14.--J. B. Henderson was a business caller in Daw- J ] son yesterday. 1 Mrs. Blanche Thompson of Con- One Xaa Is Held 0*er for Ciiiuntown I nellsvillc visited Uer sister, Mrs. J. L. -KianuMtion Md Two Arc | Love, on Tuesday. .. .'· . Itejccted. ' Mrs. J- H. Barricklow, Mrs. Albert .-V-'-h It+ ,,- -. ,, .. , , . r ^ ! Grav and baby, Mrs. Harry Lent- and : iooal DrStT T^- - H i^ Miss Bell Lent, Miss Grace Sny- .iocal Draft Board *o. ^ yesterday K * i[rs _ ^.^ VGiTcen . Mrs . w . \_ PREACHER POINTED WAY TO HEALTH Crwitor Stored Strange Deposit of Medicinal Iron As If For This Very 1'nrpose. C H E M I C A L COKr. Itlil.'OUN I/ES ; ITS WOXJE1U-TJ, J'UOI'KKTIRS. i man, Charles Keller, of Bast , N. J., and Isaac Hoyt-Jutras, . .. t. 1.. secured transfers .."from the local boards of those places '.:and were, examined here. Both men ^'successfully passed. ..'.:..'The men examined-this morning and '..-tbeir-.physjcal classification follows: :T_~:^':. PASSED; . ~^-Frank'JlcCune, Vandcrbilc. - ^ttufi- J. Shutsa, Leisenriuj,'. ~ : -A!ien M. C. Shoenberger. Leisenring. -;. George Lowery, Dunbat. :; John L. .Golden, Dunbar. .: Harry H. Nebraskey, DimJxvr R. D. u2. James W. Feltlon. Bruner Run. . Martin A. Vashnook, Leisenring. Lewis J. Harizell, Dunbar. Samuel A. Tabiak. Dunbar. ··"· Frank Mandoles, United. 1'a. ;.; ..Albert Bowlin, Confluence. -'.·".··: Perry G. Ohler, Mill Run. Elmer ,C. Felton. Bruner Run. ... Raj- C. KunU..Dickerson Run. ... Lester Bowman. Bonbar. · - -Aubrey M-.- Craig, Greensburg. Bryce James, Duabar. Samuel Presley, Dunbar. ' B. J. Marietta. Mill Run. William Miller, Dunbar. "Jasper MoDarolic, West Leisenring. _ -Joseph E. Twardzesky, Trotter,. '' ".Salvatore Belcosta, Clarksville. '~ "William R."King. Nonnah-ille. Norman McMttster Hall, Ohiojyle. Carl Marilla, Connellsville. Judson E. Foust, Champion. Harry McCarthy. Vanderbilt. Walter J. Marke!, Adelaide. J-ames Andrew Smitiey. Dunbar. .Earl W, Osborae, Duabar. Earl S. .Brooks. Conneisviile R. D. 2. Josef E. Conrad, Farminpton. James Hunter Newell, Mill Run. Frank Barricklow, Vanderbilt. Patrick Rafter, Leisenrinj No. 3. John C. Giosso. Trotter. Robert Harmon Welling. Vanderbilt, George S. Moore, Vanderbilt. Charles Keller, East Camden. .N. J. Is«ac Hoyt Jutras, Pawtuckel, R. I. REJECTED. Roy W. Myers, Bruner I;un. Barton Jackson, Ohiopy.e. HELD OVER. James Antsaio Pacilio, Dun.bar. . ^ ^ Mrs ^ L ^^ ,,,,, Tu(JS _ I day ConueHsville shoppers. . l « rs - Ann * Gra ^ 0' DickersTM Run i H I l l visi-.ert her daughter... Mrs. Frank II M(ctov yesterday s ;, P ' ,,· 0 ,., ot lov .. n day evening in ConnellsviUe. j -Miss Mary Henderson left last -eve-1 ning to" spend, several days visiting : j her'brotaer, J. Hugh Henderson, vfbo ] [is a student at "Allegheny College, Wil.liam Bailey, Clark Hiion., George' L-Ue and "W. F. Bute, were; business callers in ConneHsville yes-.| j terday. ^_ ; [ The Dunbar township high school · I basketball team' will play tbe German j ! townhip high school .team at Leisen- i ring on Friday evening- Mr, and Mrs. J. L. Love attended the funeral ot George Neff Morgan at Unionto*"n on Monday. Miss Elsie Edwards has accepted a position as advance agent of the Redpath Brockway company with j headquarters at Pittsburg. ! The cotnmtinity services are being i held each night this week in the Pres- · I byterian church. Everyone is wci- . ' come. . ' i SWAMP ROOT FOR KIDNEY AILMENTS! SCOTTD ALE WINS Xafly Maccabees Jjpse by One Point in lied Cross Game, ThejLady Maccabees -were defeated Jpyjhe Scottdale girls at the Scottdaic jy-J.~C- A;-_last night in the Red Cross game played there, 8-7. The game was attended by the largest crowd of the season and the game was full of "pep " The Scottdale girts got the lead OD the Lady Maccabees by tossing in a basket soon after the first whistle ' blew. The first half ended, 3-2, for the Scottdale team and the score was continually tied by the visiting team. L. Wagner of the Lady Maccabees made some pretty shots, getting two .baskets. M. Mosley. center, also got a. pretty goal on a direct pass from the out of bound line. The receipts of the game which amounted- to inoye than--$S5. were'-turned over in full" to the Scottdale Red Cross unit. There is only one medicine that really stands out pre-eminent as a i medicine for curable ailments of the kidneys, liver and bladder. Ir. Kilmer's S"wamp-Root stands the highest for the reason that it has proven to be just th« remedy needed I in thousands upon thousands of dis- ' tressing cases. Swamp-Root, a phy- ! sician's prescription for special dis- | 1 eases, makes friends ciuickly because 1 · Us mild and immediate effect is soon i | realized in most cases. It is a gentle, j ' healing vegetable compound. " | I Start treatment at once. Sold at j !al! drug stores in bottles of Wo sizes, : j medium and large. · ! I However, if you wish first to test ! this great preparation send ten cents · to Dr. Kilmer Co.. Btnghamton, N . ; Y., for a sample bottle. When writing be sure and mention the Connellsville Daily Courier.--adv. ''I was dragging along suffering, with kidney trouble j u s t ' l i k e lots of other peoph; do I guess,'when along came Reverend J. j. Bland, of Paj- rott, Va.. a man of unquestioned standing and on. his say so, which I couldn't doubt, r bought a bottle oC Ibis Acid Iron Mineral which they make from a newly discovered mineral found down near Hickory, Mississippi, and vrhicb a preacher first f o u n d was good for stomach and kidney troubles a few years ago. 1 bought the bottle and it sure did me good, I found that it was a real cure for my kidney trouble and I'm glad to join the rest in praising it," writes I. A. McCoy, of McCoy, Va,, near Parrot'., \'a. It seems funny, hut for some time preachers in different parts of tlic country were the only ones aware of the almost miraculous powers of ihis natural iron compound which the Creator stored as if for the v^ry purpose,' deep within the earth down in Mississippi. The Kerrodino Chemical Corp., invested its medicinal properties and now bottle* it for home use in dollar bottles and for hospitals and doctors in large gtUIon and halt gallon bottles. It is so powerful that a half to a full icaspoonful in a glass of water is a dose. A little goes a long way. 3'ot it is harmless, does not in- jurr ihn most delicate stomach or ·blacken the teeth and has stood every conceivable test. Get a bottle if troubled with kidney, bladder, indigestion, rheumatism, or stomach trouble and see how quickly results may be secured since the disco-very of this comund. For sale by Lausbrey Drug Company.--a dv. Announcing the Opening West Smutz Building, West Crawford Avenue at Sixth Street, WEST SIDE, CONNELLSVILLE. We extend to all a most cordial invitation to attend the opening of our new store next Saturday. We will open with a full and complete stock of Ladies' apparel, Skirts, Dresses, Coats, Suits; Men's and Boys' Furnishings and Shoes, and a complete line of Dry Goods and Notions. We aim to serve the people of the West Side and to be a Neighborhood and Community Store, where each and every member of your family can purchase everything required without going up town. We want to be your friends and neighbors and want you to be our friend and neighbor. Come to our Opening next Saturday and let's get acquainted with each other. Yes, we give Green Trading Stamps, andto encourage buying we will give double stamps on Opening Day. , Smutz Building, West Crawford Avenue at Sixth Street, WEST SIDE, CONNELLSVILLE. Dickerson Run. Dunbar. Says His Prescription Has Powerful Influence DUNTBAR, Feb. 15.--Mrs. Gnstave Raupach and baby visited in Broad Ford Thursday. S. D. Love of Pittsburg was transacting business here yesterday. Wilbur Foltz who has been em- ! ployed in Pittsburg is spending a few days here with his parents in W-ood- vale. ' ' ! j H. S. Auslander of Pittsburg is look- i j ing after business interests hero this ' \ week. .. "W. H. Jordan of Unjoniown .spent a few hours here Wednesday in'the interest of the Pittsburg Post. Mrs. Wendell Carroll of the Sonth Side, Coanellsville, is visitng trends and relatves here. The Lades' Friendly Bible class was entertained Tuesday night at the homo ! of Lloyd Gongaware of Spoor's Hill. ! An educational meeting will be hcid | in Room No. T tonight. A special pro- | gram "will be carried out. DICK.15USON" RUN. Feb. 14.--This is j pay day OH the Yoiigh division of the | Pittsburg jfc Lake Erie railroad, paying from ]'ittsburg to Connellsville. Mrs. Lizxic Kt, John spent yesterday visiting her daughter, .Mrs. Bert Ware, i at Scottdale. .Miss tjoniino Ambrose was calling ! on friends at f'omiollsville yesterday. Miss Amanda Bell of Monarch spent Tuesday here visiting friend?. \\". H. Uurkeu returned yesterday from Cumberland, Md., where he spent Saturday and Sunclity with his family. Kent Clifton of Connellsville spent yesterday here the guest of friends. Miss Helen Snyder who has charge of the P. L. E. telephone exchange here has re.tunied to her duties after spending a woek visiting her sister, Mrs. H. H. [.ohm at Pittsburg. A. "VV. Nicholson spent yesterday with his family at Mill Rnn. Mrs. E. P. Clifton of Vanderbilt is spending a week visiting her daughter. Mrs. Frank Strickler, at Coraopolis. "StorV Xoi"t» Tmlw '* Ctnt of A U Moner ritl«^«* AHenrhu C*t»|i B*nlnhe* mil nhftvnuitlc FaimN TwinKM. Mr--Jam«R-H. Allen suffered t or OrandrootJier Was The i la the early days of our country i grandmother was the druggist, and ] her drugs consisted mostly of roots | and herbs gathered from toe fields · and forests. There was peppermint I for indigestion, mullen for coughs, f skullcap for nervousness, thorough- i won for colds, wormwood for bruises iind unable to work. : He finally decided, . · af:or years - - i cessru ' remedies, too. It was from a ot . combination of such roots and herbs ?, commonly-called uric acid Its. iwera dfssolved i n ' t h e joints more than forty -years ago, originated her now famous Vegetable Meyersdale. fEVKVRSDAI.B. Feb. 1 i.--N. E. Miller. Kfnior member or the firm of Miller Collins, and Mrs. Pearl Smith are in -NVw York City -his week selecting ;md purchasing the spring goods for the above firm. Mrs. George Sembower and Mrs. C. H. Rush of Hymlman are ."pending the week here with relatives and friends. 3fr. and Mrs. Janies Cor and two children of Voungstown. 0., are guests of the former's mother. Mrs. E!iM?)eth Co\- of the South Side. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Reich and Mrs. A. T. Hartel inft Monday for Johnstown, having been called there by the death of their uncle, Vincent Shell- hamcr. ! SOVELTY SKIHT IS . ! OK UlECKERKD OLXGUAM.I BYLAW Trust Companies are safeguarded by laiv, under tbe supervision of the State Banking Department. You act wisely when you appoint tbe Title Trust Company of Western Pennsylvania as your Executor. It is always faithful to the duties of the estate. Consult us about this important matter. MOVE BY AUTO TRUCKS BOTH PHONES ORPHAN'S TRANSFER OPPOSITE POST OFFICE CONNELLSVILLE, PA. Galoaburg, Tto. Deceoter 27th» 1917. Dear Sir; 7oij are right when you aay In yours of December 24th that Senreco is a renarkably good tooth paat« and that it has a strong etory to tell, but the difficulty lies in putting that story in such language ca *?ill cofi7ince the publi o. The Sanreco otori' of a racdioinal paste that not only cleanss the teeth but also koeps mouth end gums healthy, when r"t on paper doos not sound very different Iron the story of I'^Bt any ordinary dentifrioe. For. that reason ·wo -nako overy effort to get the people to try Senroco. After that Senreco tella its own story - and fully 90j£ of them are Senrooo uaora and 'boosters, from then on. There Is a Senreco xmer in Pittsburgh vbo has Introduced our product into the families of thirty-four of his friends. Er.thus!asm? !io, not entirely. Slnpl? 6. case of Senreco naiing good. It is just ao statod above. Jf they will try Senreco - if they once beoone acquainted with a r«al dentifrice - with what a dentifrice can and should be - they are Senreco boosters iron that time on. Your druggist or toilet oountors can supply you with Senreco. It cooes in large, two oirnca tubeo end retails a- 25/. tfhy not got a tube to-day? Try it. we stand behind every package of Senreco with a money-baoi guar- a.iiftd* Very truly JOTCTB, S5HEECO, CI3CIKKATI. -atronize Those Who Advertise. This pretty Ifttlo ?kirt with its red and wfcilo checks on i;injclia-rii make? the noat thnMpUx:e suit the hit of spring. The blouse is of (ho same kind of gingham, covered with red velvet. set off w i t h a white Hare collar. The blouse is yir.iipht hi line and slefiveliiss, crossing in front and fasten! gn under ibo ami. and muscles and expelled f r o m the Compound;' and during all these long bt wi'th this id«A in mind he.consulted j years no other remedy has ever been | phyrficianB. made experiments and fi-! discovered to restore health to ailing t nally compounded a prescription that i women SO successfully as this good! Jiis system. j He freely Rave hip discovery to I others who took it. with what m'ifi-ht; be called marvelous success. After ^years of urging he decided ^to let suf- f*re-rs-ever-wfaore know about'his dis- coveo'l through tne_ne-wj.paperH. The Connellsvllle Drug Store has'been appointed agent for Allenrhu in this vicinity,.with the. nnderptandinK that they will .fr«el' return' the purchase money to all who state they received no benefit.---Adv. s^ SPILLS i ' iS " * l - 1 " t * 1 TM^* and OoU vlth r,iua . Dtij .f .ntr clII-Oinis.T ND n" tSl ' . , , . SOLD BV DSUOGISTS EVERVVWIERE No Wore Liver Trouble; Take Bliss Mm Herb Tablets "T .lufTercd with stoiTKi/ch and Ljver trouble for three years and was under the care of two doctors hut they never gave me a n y relief. Nearly two years RRTO I bo'jprht a boT if BliHs Native "Herb Tablets and t h e y did me more gnod than anything I ever tried. When i com- menc«d taking y o u r tablets I was in awful run down condition and couldn't eat a t h i n g without it. hurting me. But thinks to Bliss N a t i v e Herb Tablets, in a month I could do my houf.-e-.vork and cat most 'anything:. Ji.is a. sood funiily medicine. I don't ««» Iiow ivn oouli! rJo w i t h out it. I am s t i l l t a k i n g them. I weiffh more t h a n I aver did in mv life. "MRS. FANNir: WOUFE. "Pulaskl. Tenn." When your liver igjiot perform- ing- the f u n c t i o n s ordained by nature, yotrr whole h u m a n machinery breaks down; your hrnin becomes dull, the pores of the system become clok'Kcd with i m p u n i t i e s , and any neplect to cnrroct this condition w i l l lead lo serious illness. B l i n H Native Horl Tab lots, p u r u l y vegetable, litive been r e l i e v i n g s u f - ferer.s frr»m livor iroublo? for ma«y years. They arc a H;I^R, RenLlo hut sure laxative, easy to take, .and ·riuick Lo relieve. Thousands t homes are never w i t h o u t them. Ono tah'.ut iit n l f f h t . makes the r.ext d.iy bright. A hox conUiins -OH -M-^ tablets, and each tablet con- {/$\ tains o u r trade mark. ^~J The price is SI per box. Sold by A. A. Clarice and li.cal iiR-cntn everywhere. .Look Tor our money-back guarantee in every box. PRACTICAL EXPEKIEXCE IN SAVING demonstrates the fact thai it is Cite most satisfactory -\viiy to accumulae money. Deposiing your spare cash regularly in the Bank, is far belter than risking it in some hishly speculative scheme. Your ac. ° U a I 1S ~ in " vU " ed -. , . , IWESTSIDE) 3% Interest Taid on !«aTiiig^5 Accounts. UNION NATIONAL BANK ;ood Caul. Prompt Scrrtrc. Call licit Piionr IS: or -4S2, Trl-Stnlc CTli. O g i!§ J. B. KURTZ, NOTARY PUBUiC AND REAL ESTATt No. ji South Meadox* Ccnn«M«vUl» COOKED I.IKE AT HOME, Strictly Fresh, Clean and Pure. ASK FOR OUR SPECIAL CI/CB BRKAFAST AND ST.'NDAY DI.NNKH, "Onr Pastries Arc Qelicious Because Thny Aro Honiomado." NEXT DOOR TO V-'EST PENN ^VATTrSO ROOM. PROPERTY OWNERS DO YOU TV AST TO SKLi, 9 BO TOi: H'AST TO JKEST a List your opportunity with us either for sale or for rent. We have a list, of both triyers atxl spllcrs. Now is the time for renting und for selling. Don't delay. SKI: is AT OXCE. DORSEY REALTY COMPANY GIU!-fi07 SiM'ond 'ntioim! Hunk UuUflJtis. PITEY DINK--Ob, He Lacks a ^ot of Nerve B.T C. A. VOIGHT

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