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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, February 18, 1918
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PAGE T\VO.- THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE, PA. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15, i/f ternoon'u the home of Dr. Katherine WmkeneM- to East Crawford avenue. _;· rK»oil)«iBrro^-the-- -Psiraraount -- and- Kintergmrten bowling teams witnessed :7Norm» Tulmadge in "The Moth," last I-milkt at the Paramount as the guests .Zof Manager C. A. Wagner. The;bowl r ^ers, 24 in number, occupied boxes: -_ - Mrs. Mary .UcCuteheon ga?«£!CJrei:r - ~tHy appointed 6 o'clock dinner at her ·"-home at Dawson in honor of the 77th -birthday; pt;ker .father, Undies' New-. ^corner, a veteYan"of the~divit War "ana" T.wioMx . _ and _"_ favorably ; -known in rCoraellrrUle- ; an"d vidiity!- : Among Tithe cueets -were Mr. and Mrs. Martin "King, Mr. and Mrs. George Swallop, -Mrs, H. E. Penn. Mrs. C. P. Frederick, ;«M.r».- Gyro*; Stoker- *nd~ Mrs.; Charies , all of- Coanellsville. . I'O :·., JiESTOKE'FBEJfCH TILLAGES. r The, .Busy.; Twelve club was p]eas- ' "antij- entertained last evening by'Mrs. --B. F. Wagaman at her home in Ninth -street. Greenwood. Knitting and cro- tiKE' were" The amusenrents"0f -the _j.. i,Bacheon-.was_sry.e4^' .Mrs. -C. C."Htfier'Vlfreatertarn tHe ' club ·^Friday evening March 1. at ter-home. ^in Ninth street. Greenwood. In addi- ~tion to members two guests were ^present. . _ . . _ . r -William Sickles entertained the F. -O. JT. class of the Methodist Protestant. "church aVitfrregulat monthly business ·;and social meeting last evening at his "home in Morrell_»venbe, Greenwood; ;;P]ao~for the" annual ; musicale to be rheld Friday evening, March 1. in the -ichorch, forthe-Jwiiefit qf\the building Ctuad, were' discussed. ·-.,' The .and._ .social ..was-held..iast evening in the church. The conunit- Guy Shaw. Mrs. Herbert Pratt _ ana MlJS Maant. Buainfss"^ a^routine nature was transacted. _ Jti».p««il_Thom .was.hpstess at a Meeting of thei Corticelli r evening, at her home in Eighth street, ""Greenwood. Ten members were present and spent tb» tT«nins "at fancywotk · and -knitting. ed. Dainty refreshments were serv- Miss Mary Sliger, who resigned as itenograpcer in"t£e division accountant's offlcefof; the- ^Baltimroe^'fc '-Ohio ;: railroad to accept a government posi: tion in Washington, D. C, 'was presented -Ijy the. employes of the .office · - with a handsome purse. ;; At a recent meeting of the board of :: trustees,of the First Baptist church an organization was -effected -by electing the following officers: President, 3. C. Munson; secretary, E B. Martin; nous*'committee, S. B. Dull; parsonage committee, E. B. Martin; finance committee, A. C. Stickel; repairs cbm- ·; nittee, j. f. Metzgar. ;; ChiMren and grandchildren ot Mr. ;:· «nd Mrs. G. "W. Brown assembled at i." their home in Georges township, near : Smithfteld, yesterday to assist in cele: brcting the golden wedding annirer- - ;z -Murj: of~tb«- : »g»d_cuple»- Mr.~Brtnni Ts 27 years old and" hisTwite is" two ··-?--y»«r» -Uav-MnimV".- Both-eajoy excel- Mrs.. Henry Beech Needhaoi,, widow of the writer who was killed 2, years ago-injin,. airplane accident inJrance, j ~ "-. who ^are-" rehab'UiUUng YjlIggBs and rebuiSStog- homes intadbitants. --Mrs. 'Needbam idntown,. and Robert JDavis, son · of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis of Uniontown, solemnized February 6 in Union' ' for the Tri-State Telephone company. ,r_The..Paramount-J layers;Whioh gave an entertainmenf at the high school ;auditorlnm last night pleased a .large "sized"audience. The next number on the entertainment course Trill be the Mnsical Guardsmen on March 8. "Miss Jessie B. Morris and Carl B. well 'known young people lent hulth. The children present at -~---the aanirei'SaJT »eL'eMr»r-er-B.-Mor- ·". .toa^.lta.,J. 5. Banley, .Attorney E. p. ~ Brown. X. JcBrown. all ofLPniontawn; - ~Mrs7 A. F. 'Conn "of Springhil! - town- ship; and O. S. Brown ofSmithneld. -' The congregation ot the First Bap- 2_ tist church will hold a Cottage prayer 1 meetinc Monday night at the home of ; Mx». M. F. Pickard in.' McCormick 7 avewu for the benefit of Mrs. William ; Kennedy, mother of Mrs. Picfcard. " Mrs. Kennedy, i*· nv::aged-jnember.of ~ , the churctlgnd Jhas^'beea.-conftaed to ; her home for many weeks. . " A meeting ot the Woman's Bible - class of the First Baptist church will ·* t« held Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. E. 13. Coleman in Mor t i*U avenue. Greenwood. i The Unlted-for-Service'Unifof the - Charleston Comforts Branch of the - M»vy te»gife"wJll'ineef tonight- at the £ iome of* 3tVs.' George" jirastrdng in ~ North Seventh street,-West Side, to - fcnit for the sailor.?. Uniontoira, were married yesterday by Rev. J. L M.. Thoburn, pastor ^ of the First- Methodist Episcopal church of Uniontown. Mr. White is quite well known in Connellsvillc. : The; ladies' Guild "or- the. Trinity Reformed church" held Its regular monthly: meeting : last' evening at the home of Miss Louise Painter in Vine street. Nine members and three visitors were present. Articles amounting to 16.00 were turned in by members for tie annual Christmas bazaar. Mrs. F. B. Rudolph of Homer City, a fonner member of the society 1 - was present. :; . - T AS-W*ltl'!l.ffieeting_of T _the_PhUip_i --Freeman ·Chapter, Daughters of the" _AmericaiL RevoluticauUs _J«ing ..· .held tfiis afternoon at the home of Mrs. --C^aV-Wilgon in Kcgt-Gjeec-streBt Mrs. Frank Drill entertained at informal knitting parties yesterday afternoon and last evening at her home in Morreli avenue, Greenwood, in honor of her mother-in-law, Mrs. M. B. Drill of GreenTille, O., and her sisteTrin-law, Mrs. V. A. Conovtr, of Buffalo, N. T. Each party was attended by about eight guests. Luncheon was served. PERSONALS. Miss Minnie .B. Storey .haa returned home from -New York, wtere she ·bought-'Spring-and summers millinery for her_-West Apple street store. ·;Mrs.-:W..B."Carson.and Mrs. R. T. Cane of the'South Side, were visiting in Pittsburg yesterday. Miss Anna Fisher and small niece, Louine "Woodward, will leave tonight for a visit with relatives and friends in Baltimore. · , · Robert Keil 'is' spending the' day in Pittsburg. The best place to shop after all. Brownell Shoo Co.--Adv. "Snerrick Ends'went" to Pittsburg this morning. ' -F. S. Croker has returned to Weirton, -W. Va"., where 1 he is empkiye_d, after a visit to his wife and baby, who arc visiting Mrs; Croker's parents, Mr.. and Mrs. G. N. Dusnell, of East Patterson avenue. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Harry have retur- ed home from a trip to Mocksville, N. C. - . For the best;and : cheapest repairs on-- that rob'f,- conductor or spouting; see F. T. Evans.--Adv. William McCormick was in Pittsburg today on business. Mrs. Mary A. Harrison of the Sooth Idepwho 'has; been -visiting-friends in '" ' accompanied by Mrs. M. J. WAR VETERANS MAKE MERRY AT HOME OF COLJIMBARNHART Occmioii' Is to Celebrate the 76th \.4nBlyer8»ry of the 1'ovinl 1'oung Fellow. - N V ; ~ ..'Sixteen' comrades · of "William F. Kurtz'Post, No, _ 104,. of the Grand Army of: the .Kep'ublic, were present rtr.'.tho dinner; and exercises at.Sun- nyside, "Diihbar township,''yesterday attending the observance of the TOtli birthday anniversary of Colonel James J. Barnhart. ; . ,.;-The .celebration was ...opened .-with singing and prayer «by Rev. J, H, Lambortson of the Methodist Protestant church of this city. All the comrades then -marched around and congratulated Mr. Barnbart after which he^made a five minute speech of wel- .come.; . . · . . ' ' 'The "daughter'of the Post, Miss Mercedes Gladden, and Hiss Josephine Rhinehart played a duct. J. G. Hicks sang" a solo accompanied by Miss Gladden at the piano. Comrades John E. Jones and Clark Collins gave an interesting talk on many things that happened-when they, were soldiers together in the army. , ' Rev. Lambertson and W. H. Thomap made speeches and C. H. Whiteley ·read a selection to suit tbe occasion. After enjoying a very good time together a lunch was served by Mrs,, Barnhart, Mrs. Bradman and Mrs,.' "Welling. The comrades present were J. J. Barnhart, \V. P. Clark, Henry Kurtz, John .Robinson, W. A. Artis, A. 'S. Haddock, C. H. Whiteley, Clark Collins, John E Jones, L. L. Collins, L. W. Wolfe, J.'G. Hicks, W. H. Shaw, J. R. Dunham; A. Drebert, A. Welling. ALL LOCAL COAL RATES APPROVED Natiomnl Administrator Upholds I'rici] Adjustmcnte Hade by State and ;.'local.Administrators. . Fiijef Administrator Garfleld has ist ·suedj.a: ruling-for-maHy adopting aad approving, all retail prices fixed bi ·the local . administrators througnoiit the country, the courirtning order -reading as iollows: r"-"All.retail, 1 'prices and. tetaii. grols's margins hereto/ore and hereafter designated by tor or by tjie approva trator, who tee, are he] my state fuel administi a- iny local committee with 'of the state fuel! admiuls- appdinted' such[ commit- eby adopted, and fixed by the United States Fuel Administration as .the retail prices or retail £ross margins for tta sale of coal in the locality or by the dealers designated by such fuel administrator/or local committee, subject, tiowever, to. modification either by the atate fuel administrator making or approving the san'ic or by the United Stales Fuel Administrator; and further subject'to ali orders, rules and regulations heretofore or hereafter issued or made by the President o£ the United States or the United States Fuel Administrator or by any state fuel administrator affecting tbe sale, shipment or distribution of coal. "And it is hereby further ordered that any one or more persons who feel aggrieved hy the prices heretofore or heraCter designated by any FOOD CAMPAIGN To Begta With Distribution of Food - Pledges at Churches Xnmorrow. The food conservation campaign drive .will be started tomorrow by the pastors of the" churches making announcements concerning its objects and purposes and distributing food pledge cards among « the members. These cards pledge the signers to economy in the use of flour, sugar and fats and observance of the regulations affecting the use of these foods. The cards will be brought to the churches for collection one week from tomorrow. During the week the food campaign j will be the subject of the talks to be given by the Four-Minute Men in tic theatres and elsewhere. An effort is to be made to induce at least two of the ministers of the city to join tbe ranks of ''the Four-Minute Men, not state fuel administrator or by any local committee may appeal to the United States Fuel Administrator to have such designation 'of prices or gross margins modified by forwarding to the legal department. United States Fuel Administration at "Washington, a vertified written petition setting forth in detail the facts relied upon j by such petitioner and by forwarding a copy of.such petition to the state fuel administrator who made or approved the designation of prices or gross margins which it is sought to have modified. Pending the determination of such appeal and until the decision o( such an appeal by the United States Fuel Administrator, such designated prices or gross margins shall remain in full force .and effect unless otherwise ordered by the state or United States Fuel Administrator." LESS ORE MAY COME DOWN The most efficient roof for factories, warehouses, office buildings, hotels, stores,' garages, barns, out-buildings, etc. Made in shingle form for residences. Certa\n-ucd is weather-proof, clean, sanitary and fire- retarding. It is not affected by fumes or gases, and does not rust or corrode. Neither docs it melt under the hot sun. Because it is lighter than other types of roofs, it requires less to support it. Certain-teat is economical. Its first cost is low. It is inexpensive to lay, and it costs practically nothing to maintain. Guaranteed S, 10 or IS years, according to thickness,. There are many roll roofings, but there is only one Cirtain- ucd. Remember the name by its meaning--OsSIE^' 0 ^ quality and Guaranteed satisfaction. For sale by best dealers, everywhere. Certain-teed Products Corporation Manufacturers of Certain-teed Roofing--Paints--Varnishes Office* and Warehouiel in Principal Citm in America. Westmoreland Grocery Company ·WHOLESALE DOBTRIBUTORS' only during, the coming week, but to permanently .become a part of this Tery useful agency for the onlight- raent of the people on the issue of the war. : As Kesnlt of the Falling Off in Tig Iron Production; Supplies, on Docks Constitute a HeBcrre. If s Easy--If You Know Dr. | Edwards' Olive Tablets j The secret of keeping young is to feel i ybong -- to do this you must watch your! liver and bowels -- there's no need of! i having a sallow complexion --dark rings ! possibility taat tho bulk freighter fleet .of Great Lakes may have to bring down somewhat leas ore this season than eipepctcd says the Cleveland I Daily iron Trade. · Pig iron production in January was down 489,207 tons which, according to the computation of 1.86 tons of iron ore to the ton of - · : pig j roR mea ns the country's con- Fotmd Hoarded at Keistcr Works Br ! sumption of ore in January fell off Lake vesselmen see in the decreas- i under your eyes -- pimpies--a bilious ed pig iron production in January the 3,000 POUNDS OF FLOUR County Food Administrator. 806,200 tons. An Investigation 'by County Pood Fully 750,000 tons of this ore is Controller at Keister coke works yes-1 from Lake Superior mines. No mat- .torday revealed 3.000 pounds of flour Her how;.'rapidly pig iron production secreted in 12 houses at that placcJ P' cks up furnaces are ahead 750,000 Some of It was found in beds and tras ot «PPer l»k« ore. Averaging ore under them and in one house the base board had .'been, removed and sacks hidden in tbe space between the weather-boarding .and tfie plastering. The results- of this investigation, which is the first made in the county, will be reported to the legal department of tho-Food Administration. RED CROSS SUPPLIES Destroyed TThen Steamer In Sunk In Atlantic Harbor. An Atlantic Port, Feb. 36.--Plrc in the-'hbld of'the Scandanaviau-Ameii- can steamship 'Minsk here today made it-necessary for firemen, after vain effort to 'extinguish the blaze, to open the vessel's sea cocks, permitting the ship to sink in the mud at tbe pier where she was moored. ' The loss, mostly from water, is estimated at about JSOO.OOi). The ship's cargo consisted of a large amount of'Red-Cross stores and cotton. cargoes last summer at slightly more than 8,000 tons each, tbe January statement cuts more than DO average trips from the demand to be made this summer on toe fleet In addition, dock piles at lower lake ports January 3. totaled 10,257,949 tons, an increase oC 463,000 tons over January 1..1917. Shipments from the docks in January, 1917, were 686.000 tons. On February 1 tbere were about 880,000 tons more on the docks than last February 1. And not until the docks are pretty well cleared can the fleet be given anything like, the dispatch demand. look in your face -- dull eyes with no i sparkle. Your doctor will tell you ninety per cent of all sickness comes, from in-! active bowels and liver. | _^-Dr. Edwards, a well-known physician | in Ohio, perfected a vegetable com-: pound mixed with olive oil to act on j the liver and bowels, which he gave to j his patients for years. ' Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the subsS-' tate lor calomel, arc gentle in their action! yet always effective. They bring about i that exuberance of spirit, that natural : buoyancy.-which should Be enjoyed b y : Everyone, by toning up the liver and dear- [ ing tbe system of impurities. You will know Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets by their olive color. lOc and 25c pet XHC. All druggists. RICE TO BE CHEAPER Surplus to lie Fluced on 3Iarket April 1, Hoover Says, B; Aijsooiated Press. Washington, Feb. 16.--Reduction in the price of rice is in prospect for April 1, the food administration announced todaj\ Distribution figures 1 show that tbere is a surplus afLer dc-j ducting the million bags purchased I for export to Europe. | | The increase in the cost of rice dur-j I fug the last feu'"months has been due (JET AOQL'AIXTKD WITH BAXKlJfG. to the fact that most rice mills were working to capacity to supplying the. allies, thereby depleting tlie normal: supply for home use. ] WOMEN TO REGISTER At Smtb Cbnnellsville at Home or . - ' Xrs. Ida Seaman. Women of South Connellsville will register for war work Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of next week at the home of Mrs. Ida Seaman in Painter street. Hegistrars will be present from 10 o'clock in the morning to 9 o'clock at night. Many People Are Sow ¥or the First Time Getting Acrinniiited Wth The Hank. On account of the larger volume of money now, in circulation, many people who have never had a bank account arc^now becoming bank deposi* I tors. This is a good indication. Money is not safe when it is kept at home or is carried on the person. The bank is organized and equipped for t . lia* £een -made «f "3fiie".Wils(»7 daughter of Mrs. 3. E, Wilson of Un- COUGHS WASTE ENERGY · Careful physicians always pdihi ; out that every cough wears human *, strength and tears down the Holy's * rewstive powers. The reason CCOTTT :VEHULSIOH/ is always best for coughs is that it peculiarly soothes, the tender ' ;n«abranes while its rich, i : Ibrautny" Fdod rebuilds the tames to avert bronchitis indlunj; trouble. No alcohol--just food. McMorris of Pittsburg, Trill ; leave to- morro-if night for Atlantic City to 'visfiTthe latter's 'brother, James 'Mc- Morris.-Tvho-is ill.. , ^._. -., nned'toTier'honie at the*In"dian Creek reservoir for the past few weeks, with an attack of inflammatory rheumatism. ' : · ' . . . ' . .Mrs. .Charles Caplan entertained her sister, Mrs. I. Pohensligel, of Pitts- burghV'this week. OB Tuesday".- the sisters and guests from Uniontown attended the Red Cross benefit at Mount Pleasant. Mrs. Thomas Phillips and son, : Edison, of Woodiaira. are guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Da.y^s of South. Connellsville. ''·' START FLAGPOLE FUND Move Afoot to Purchase Embiem for Use ou tlie Armory. H. O.' Keagy, the druggist, has started to raise a fund to buy a flag to put on tie pole at the Armory. Any one wishing to contribute may leave the money at the drug store. CA3SOT BCT BARLET. Until Regulations Governing Purchase 1 Are Formultted. j The Food Administration has issued t orders directing that malterfi cease alii purchase of .barley and other grains i for malting until the rules governing such purchases a**e formulated. It is estimated matters have a three The Sun rises earlier and sets later each day now. That is one evidence of Spring. There are scores of others peeping out from various sections of the store--new Spring things. Every day brings forth new Spring goods us and the people that always like the new M things first can surely find them here. W. THE STORE AHEAD." the sale-keeping of money. "When j to six months' supply of malting your money comes in, deposit it with j grains on Sand. The Citizens National Bank. 138 Nortb Pittsburg street, where is will be under United States Government protection. Checking and savings accounts are invited.--Adv. large Crowds Bear Iter. Buckner, Large crowds, including delegations from Republic and New Salem, have been in attendance at the meetings in the Christian church at. Brownsville where Rev. G. W. . Buckner of:. Connellsville' has occupied the pulpit in the absence of evangeiistMn charge. Sees First Robin. The first spring robin has bein seen here. Foster. Critchfleld reports that one of the red breasted harbingers of spring was warbling in his' back j yard this-morning. This is the first TO YIS1T lOOOJf. There's AVlif.rc Sam Harry Will Spend Tnrlnugh, He Writes. A letter received by Mr. and- Mrs. S. J. Harry from their son, Samuel, Jr., in France; says he is well and is planning a trip to London when he gets a furlough. Furloughs are granted when a soldier bas boon in France four months. Accompanying the letter was a photograph which shows the young soldier to be loolting fine and to have taken on weight. BRIDGE PIKRS WRECKED.- Ice Demolishes Abiuidoaed Structures in BJver East of Town. The ice which went out of tbe Yougb river during tbe past week completely destroyed tbe piers 'of the old. bridge that once .crossed the river above~tiie power house. .One of the piers was completely demolished and tbe other was badly wrecked. XOIU2 BOSS AIIBIYE. 5T3TT KO'ISTEK FROM HOLLAND XO AKIiRICA. CA5ADIAX WOMEN TO GET BALLOT.. OTTAWA,' Feb. 36.--The extension of tbe right of franchise .to the women of Canada was announced by the government yesterday as a part of its future policy. It was stated that equal suffrage would" become an established fact before another election is held. At European Ports, Letter Received Today Shys. John Foley is safe in France, according to a letter received today b Mrs, A. Cuneo of East Crawford avenue from her son, Frank. Tbis was the first word from Foley since bis transport sailtid: Cuneo, Foley and .Toe Scarry traveled on the same ship. Hack to the Farm. Roy StClair of Furnace bill, Dunbar. who for six months has been employed as bookkeeper at the plant ot the! T HOR As Well as at the Fro PlTTSBCRGIT, PA.--"I feel Verj fu] for what Dr. Piercers mcdicit for me. I am enjoying good heal day because use. About years ago I c a severe cold settled in my chial tnbes a my lunga. '. flio doctor, b medicine dif seem to help kept getting all the time, cough became rery alarming. W ·would talie these severe coughing I TTouJd notice blood. Got so I not move around; if. I did, I wonlc one of tbcso spells. I was ready t- j up when I .happened to get hold j little booklet and read of Dr, Pi i Golden Medical Discovery. I mai j my mind to try 5t, as 1 was abo · in. I bad taken about four I and from that · time on I gained : for it completely restored mo to ; health which I am stiU enjoying, t ; to this medicine. ·''--Mas. GEit - 40-i Hemlock St. Buys Davistown Property. FOR WOMEN . CASTLE, PA.--"I am glad 1 United Fire'Brick company at Pechin, i from Holland to the United Stales ^at Dr. Pime 'a Favorite Prescript - ·· . . . , . . - , ^ a most valuable medicine for u-ozni used it -whet in a dt August Philips, new minister · bas resigned bis position aod expects ' taken u!»n his arrival Jr. N'ey S. C. Kalp of Davistown, Saltlick; to follow agricultural pursuits the j on the township, has purchased from Russel 1 --· -Tam is EeceircdL A consignment of heavy yarn has been received at the headquarters ot the Charleston Comforts Branch, of. the .Navy League'in. the -Title '£.Tnist buildlng"«nd-is.rready for distributlou to persons knitting for-the. sailors. : ' . . . . .Spedal Ihuiee Tonlgfct. . At Jacques,; Markell hall. Kife'rle'a. or cnstr a.^A'dv.--IS-St." of the birds reported seen here this I Christner two acres ot land at that \ S T H M A ^fc There is no "cure" bat relief is often A . brought by-- ICRSVAPOB3JBS place, the purchase including a dwelling house. Tho land is underlaid with coal which -Mr. Kalp will develop. The price paid was 51,200. ·'Casey" Jones Well. Word recently received by friends in the B. C. ("Casey 1 American aviators and anxious to Tori New Ams-terdam. Minister one of the youngef.t men to ha ' e Mrs. Kate Hall I house 15 years, am j caildren, and I wo Absolutely Removes i without j ne appointed to such a uigb diplomat- ; j. h are reramme udod it to several ic position; hn is a business man, and i vromen vrho JjaYe uf«l it for ttis pi one of the progressives of Holland. } j -- always with satisfaction. I hav I seen 'Golden Medical Discovery' ui city report Lieutenant I -r' j · ,, n -i; _ ,, .~ . . ··) Jones, now with me i .Indigestion. Druggists in France, as weii, refund money if it fails. 25c after" tbe Bocl"?.s. i · , Tea." Wise Woman, why! Drives away sickness, brings health and hap- j piness to the whole family. Connetls-1 ville Drag Co.--Adv. Hnntfng Bargains J Tou will find them ia our ad. col)

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