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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, February 16, 1918
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16,, 191S, THE DAILY COOHnSK, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. : --«- NEWSY NOTES TEU WBATS HAPreNING IN THE Mill TOWN Hearty Response is Mode to the Call for Govern nnrnt Mechanics. NATIONAL ORANGE-SHOW WILL BE HELD IN SAN BERNARDINO, CAL. flED CLASSES ARE RECEIVED Lee Ketlax Hu Honor of OTW Tint Omtfit; Others H»re IfMdMd Ibeirs; XUltr's Store is BwgUrized and Snail Sora Taken. Special to The Courier. SCOTTDALE. Feb. 16.--William Ferguson, representative here of the United States Public Service Reserve, has had very good success and is very muck pleased with the manner in which man. have responded Jind wish to help win 'the war.- None at these men win leave their present positions and al' seem" willing at anj- time to go. Five registered the first day, one was a blacksmith, one an- auto mechanic, one a crane operator, one a carpenter »nd one was a laborer. The last named man realized that he could I do nothing special "but thought that;' laborers would be needed iind was; here to do his bit and do it cheerfully when called upon. Only one- pair ot.! field glasses has been brought in to Mr. Ferguson. Its use was offered by Lee Keslar of Spring street, who is very prood at this time to have the. government use his glasses. Other persons have offered ( the tise ot their glasses' but »o fir have not turned .them in. For Sale. 'J?oar room cottage house, lot 40x120. feet, J1JIOO,--.11200 down; -balance . on payments. -El'p. DeWltt.--Adv.--Ifrit. TUrteenik AaiTenarj. Mr. and MM. Curtis .Farmer ce'e- .brated their 13th wedding anniversary at their "Spring street home Thursday eTeriinj. About 35 guests were presr ent. Miss Margaret Kritschgau, , accompanied by Miss Ola StanSer, played a Tiolin solo. "Wayne Farmer gave a vioBn solo. Store «·****. Miller's store wai: entered Thursday Anight, The thieves broke open the back door. .Nothing but $8.50 in chwise wa« taken. . For Sale. Tmr room cottage: house, one- fourth acre lot, adjoining the borough, for fl.200. Forty-live acre farm, good spring water avd all necessary buildings, for JS.OOO. E. F. I«"Witt.--Adv.-- 13-it ' 7enoul Xcmtfm. Miss Mary Sfcelky spent yesterday in Coomell»Tii;e. Mrs. Joeiah Reynold* a spending th« week end l» Pittsborg with Mrs. Will B. Striekier. MB. George Martin of Dunbar spent yesttr*«T viiiting trienU here. Mrs. Edith Hodges of:Go)ller is vis- itlut friends here! ·· · · ' " ' . ?U*seB Pearl Thomas and Maude lUtchie spent yesterday in Connells- ' Miss California will pelt Eastene rs with goldea oranges when they vis- dt the citrus fruit growers' gorgeous exposition, the ei^itb national orange show at San Bernardino. February 2 0 to 28." Millions ot oranges -will be used to mold the portrayal at the beautiles and ;rtch'es of tie California out-of-doors. President Wilson the citrus fruit growers to continue with their exposition !'as usual." i - · BETTER VALUES « J. "W. Ncwbrongb. is spending a few .*y» in Graftoni "VC. Va. ' Mr». Edward Lane and son, Kdward, ·we called-to Swisavaie by the death 3f Mrs.,L»ne'3 brother, James'"Dur- Un. · · · · ' ' '-. ' , ' Mrs. "W. "v7. EScher returned from Washington, D. C. last evening where »he attended the graduation of her laughter, Caroline, at the Children's, lospltal. " " Mss Henrietta Overholt of Chlli- xrthe. Ohio, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Overholt. John J. Hawthorne has returned 'rora Washington, D. C., where he at- ended tfee graduation of his-daughter, J18S Elsie, who had been In training here In the Children's hospital Cox /Theatre, Mount Pleasant, Hontey, February. 1«, "The Birth ot i NarJon." .Matinee 2.15; night 6.30 u»d 3 P. M. Seats now on sale. Bell rad TSc; children, 2Sc: night, 50c '5c and Jl.Ofl.--Adv.--lS-2t. For the Money Are Secured by Buying From Councils- ville Mercbants. BETTEB TA1UJE8 , For tbe «o»ey Are Seenred By BuyiBg From 5 Coimelliville Merchaate. Ten reasons why people should buy in Connellsville: First--The -people ot this territory should buy In Coanellavilli because they get better value for their money, and see and know what they are buying, with fitting and alterations quickly and well done. Second--Because when buying Erom a mail order house, you pay before you see, the goods, often getting ,an inferior article that will not retain IU shape and color, thereby losing postage and- time. Thlrit--Because you have an opportunity to select from many different styles, have personal choice of color best suited to you, a nt guaranteed and alterations free, which no mail order house will do. Fourth--Because you pay less : money for same quality of goods here, get what you want when you want it, pay.when you get same--not two or three weeks before you get i'L as you would be obliged to do were you to send away. Fifth--Because money in circulation makes good times in your own city instead of somewhere -else, and prosperity makes wapes higher and property values more valuable," " Sixth--Buy at home because the more saies are made the more laborers and help will be required,.and fewer people out of work, consquently more happy and contented citizenship. . Seventh--Because buying in Connellsv4tle will necessitate more stately and modern-buildings, p more civic pride, more industries, more happy homes, keep alive patriotism and bring better opportunities. Eighth--Buy In Connellsville and help the raechams to enlarge their stores and carry a greater assortment and variety of goods from which to choose. ' . ' · · . . - · Ninth--Because if your dealer does not have exactly what you want, hia experience will enable him to get it for you much quicker and it will give better satisfaction than it*would should you order same from mail order house. Tenth--Buy in Connellsville rather than spend money going east or some .other'city, as there up-to-date and as good stores here as will be found in much larger cities. · Six Big Floors ot Reliable House furnishings^ to choose from. Selections held for future delivery · without extra charge. Cohnellsville's Reliable; Housefurnishers Since 1881 tirniture Savings range from 10% to 33%. Convenient credit if desired! Store Open GREAT FOfi EMERGENCIES ·»»» On Oiiteeit Sko.14 Be la Every Hoar. There nerer was known a more rer iabl* ointment than San-Cura. In nost every case where it "has been ,,,,,,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,, ^». u . u w^^- iserf it has. created astonishment. It wood , VipporwdTy'saUy 'c'rale. -will :-rew a newlle out of the foot of the | be seen In -The Avenging Trail." Aft ftlhi© TITE PAKjUIOUJiT. "THE MOTH"--In which Norma Talmadge, the captivating screen star is seen in the" leading role, is being presented today. '.'The Moth," from the .-novel by "William. Iar.a Orcutt, tells the story ol a young girl o£ wealth and social position who determines to emulate the example; of Cleopatra and ''flirt her way into immortality." Monday Harold Lock-" anghter of JUrs. James .Hitchcock, of ^ P, after the doctor had lance Thursday's attractions are "Gates of Gladness,""in which- Madge Evans,- the wonderful .-.child actress is. seen ia. the leading role, .and Roscoe "Fatty Arin "Out - West," . a two reel It has great healing and antiseptic alue. It possesses so much healing 1rtue tiat it guaranteed ,by I^ujy- Mmed}-. -'Friday 'and''£turday" Ma'dfe ey Dra* Co., CoanellCTllle; Broad-- Kennedy will be featured" in-"Nearly ray Dru l ;Co.,Scott 1 lale-to relief any | Married."- .The. following Frifcy and ind pries, eczema, beum, boils, carbunejes,. ulcers, all iide if chronic sores; chilblains and happed handa or inoney bode. ' It's i mighty- handy remedy to have i thi house in emergencies lor ridsis. Bums, cuts or scalds, because : reMeres .th'e pain and is antiseptic ad ; healing It's a, medicine chest i itself--a little family physician that erer itt.deiEand. 30c, 60c and JOO ja at Langhrey'Drug Co., Connells- i"e; Broattway Drug cti, Scottdale. BEST SKEf SOAP. Is San Cura Soap, because of its eat antiseptic and healing virtues. « it regularly, and it will make the In soft and velvety; will remove Jiples and blackheads. It's th" real ap.ior babies' tender skin, '.rhich Xherv of infants should remember, cents a cake at Laughrey Drug ., Connellsrille; Broadway Drag ., Scottdale. tt your druggist does not have it id to Thompson Medical Co., Titus- ]c. Pa.--«dv: -.,: : . . . tetter, ' salt j Satu'rday..' Alice Brady ": will " appear -ia House. 3uring the storm ^Thursday nigh: ktaios struck"" and set Sre ti the ae, of David B. Nixon at Smithneld. e damag* amounted to $125. ' who aav»rti»«. -' - - ' ' "Her Silent Sacriflce."- THE soissoy. . Dorothy" Biirrls te'ls abouterself: "Don't I:long for. the time.' : when I shall: quit : the 'stage f o r f a quiet, " ; little' home-.and ait,.that it-implies? To be -hbnesti;'about it all. I -can't say that I do.'. My ^years in'the'.theatrical.! world have been very-.pleasant, .but flMed with .hard work.. A .day seems all too short" in which to acr.6m.pU3b. chance . to quarrel. It's work that makes life worth while and that rer ian." It's a wonderful play and I think the Manhattan patrons will say it's the best thing we have ddne -at the Soisson theatre. If you are going lo print" tills" don't forget to say and .1 am.mifhty glad . Mr. Hillis brought the company here." OJirHJEUM THEATRE. r Marguerite Clark is 'contributing more than'her share to the joy of life these days in her newest Paramount- .production^ . "The Seven Swans'." This · was adapted from Hans .Anderson, and-is a whimsical, appealing" fairy Btory"-with all the charm, of childhood'and'the .lure of magic. .Also Billy "West .in "The Stranger.". Monday, one. ot the most unique -of 'the many clever photo- dramas in 'Which Jack'Plckford and Louise. Huff.; have .been; seen. together will be the.-Paramount· picfcurjzatipn of Bcnlah" Marie "Dix's clever' stiiry, 'IThe, .Ghost.'House.", '.Tuesday,. .Vivian Martini appears- in "The. Trouble Buster.' ."Wednesday, Virginia Pearson, in . th_e : Fox photoplay, "Stolen Honor." NO. 5 DRAFT BOARD EXAMINES 49 MEN; ; 39 ARE ACCEPTED Wine Registrants Arc Held Orer for ni«nt*wn Tests; One is Kcjccted. The examining physicians for Local Board No. 5 yesterday morning passed 39 men out of the 49 who appeared before them. Only one man was rejected and nine were held over Cor further examination, in Uniontowa. failed to appear. The men classified as to their physical status follow. PASSED. James Francis Mullen, Connells- viUe. Jonah Francis Clark. Clovertop. Midio Piccione, Dunbar. Roy Edward Shives, Trotter. Paul Andrew McMannus, Diclcerson Run. Edward Joseph Murttha, Lelsen- rlng. Carl C. Brooks. Normalville. · James Laws, .Normalville. Clarence J. Cole, Dunbar. Michael Connolly, Vestaburg. Krista V. Lorla, Vanderbilt. Charles FranltMn Camp, Dunbar. Prank Corteal, Connellsville. R. D. Russell H. Dial, Monefsen. Walter J. Spangonberg. Dunbar. Paul Sinko, Leisenriug. Clyde Eugene Goe, Vanderbilt. j Grant Kerns, LeisenriTig. Harry P. Boyd, Somerfleltl. Frank Lenhart, West Leisenrlng. Paul -L; Stull; Mil' Run. William Mordo Kelly, Dnnbar. Harry H. Brown, Vanderbilt. Gro'ver Boon. Adelaide. Thomas "William "Noone. Swissvale, (transferred to local board). Frank B. Boyd, Somcrfleld (called for Thursday.) Ernest Otto ", Connellsville. Vincenzo Pepe, Dunbar. Elmer Coffman, Acme. Ray Hart, Normalville. · "William Porter Scott, Dunbar. John Harvey Knopsnyder, McKeesport. Carlton Baldon "Wise, Chalk Hill. John Joseph Coll, Adelaide. Arthur Milton "Wallace, Obiopyle. Jacob Henry Snyder, NonriaVlile. Daniel J. O'Laughlin, Leisenring. Harry R. Cavanaugh, Normalvillo. Thomas Logan, Connellsvjllc. REJECTED. John DIcello, Vanderhllt. HELD OVER. Geofge Washington Taylor, Ohiopyle. ' Thomas Jerome Linderman, ,011)0- pyle. Charles Jordon, Mount Braddock. Charles Edward "West, Vanderbilt. Irwia Keefer^-Norma^ville. Warren "Wilson, Dunbar. Samuel Raum, Jr., Dunbar. Charles Wright, Vanderbilt. Meade Mountain, Mill Hun. FAILED TO APPEAR. Aloysius Jlosah Donaly. Cohoells- vllle.. . ' Ralph Towrriteh', .Trotter. '.Frank Farri, Dawson. Read the advertisements. I Ohiopyle. OH3OPTLE, ' Feb. 16.^--Mrs. .. Julia Bowers .is spending ,1. few;days visiting friends^ in Connellsville. , . .. ' JockAVoodmaacy of Bidwell was jn town yeeterday on business. everything I plan to do.' I'm up - .VH3B Delia- Tissue ^of Bear Rim bright and-.early every morning and spent Thursday shopping in town. ' time; After ;two hours .'at the thea-j i Miss Ruth Show, teacher at Sngar tre. getting the new. play · in shape, it's off to lunch and straight back to the Soisson to get ready for the Loaf, is spending Saturday and Sunday at.her home here. Jacot Burnworth of. Maple Summit matinee,' .Every spare moment in the'"was in town yesterday. playhouse is spent sewing on new! . Mrs. Maxwell Rush .and .son spent duds. Yes, J make every dress myself and many weeks I manage to make -two or three · little" frofiks, for my friends tell me that wearing the same frills in more than one .play are not. to their liking. Following Friday.ia Conn^lsville shopping and calling on f r i e n d s . ' . . . . . . . Mrs. Ross Moon;of Bidwell spent Friday shopping in town. . Mrs. John Daniels was shopping in Connellaville Thursday) ' the . afternoon -.performance" I arn f Jtrs.. George -Morris "and daughter ready for a hearty dinner after which]of Bell Grove spent yesterday 'shop- Miss "Wiliner and I tate an hour's" j pine in town. . . . · Fred Dietrch returned to his home recreation at the movies. Yes indeed, I .am a picture enthusiast. In private life I am the wife of Mr. Bedell, but I confess,.that we are both «o busy that we rarely liave a hear .TJniontown Thursday. Ernest Jamieson'of Sngar Loaf.was a caller in town Thursday.. . . . Patronize those who "advertise. You cant dank clearly when your' head is "stopped up" from cold in the bead, or Dual cstarrh. ;TryKondon{S ±6 Clear your head . ( cost to you) · . .' 01WW* n*ed this 29-year-oia re- ' For chronic catarrh, »re nose, . nnceaintr. noae-ol«ttl,*te. ' . nxire tlian it costs^r we p«y 33»oey bade. For trial canfreevrite to MUM HH. CO., ItaHVtUl. HM. fl BIB T~j»FFICIENCY is the -watch^wo^d of today. Tiie Nation's business I " must go forward swiftly and surely. The cor-servation of Time * ' Heafeh and Energy is quite as important as the conservation of food stuffs and other national resources. If you are a business or professional man, a Paige Linwood "Six-jp" will' enable you to multiply your usefulness. It will carry you to and from your office--it will enable you to keep appointments on the minute--it will .make you independent of mile posts, congested trolley cars and unhealthy "waiting rooms." A "Linwood" will perform all of these tasks eagerly and unfailingly.. You will find it as necessary, and quite as dependable, as the telephone. Essex "S4X : 55" 7^a»civier 51^775; Coupe "Six-55" 4^jfls3CTiB=r J2SJD; Town : *" TM *«· $2SioV Brooktands W ' P -^K "^ · ~* : 330: Cloidalc "Si«.J9" Q J-pas9cru:=rS[330: Sedan"! Ail.Prices f. a. b. Octroi:. PAIGE-DETROIT MOTOR CAR COMPANY, DETROIT. MICH. FOR DEJfONSTEATIO", IVKITE, PJHHTB OK CAT,T« West Side Garage When you buy a Bethlehem you elect yourself general manager of a railroad. . . . " . Just aa the inventor of shoes paved 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. $ FOR THE WORIilNGMAN J SOUTH CONNELLSVILLE LOTS $ ARE BARGAINS. n%

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