The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 20, 1918 · Page 5
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February 20, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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WEDNESDAY, FEBKCARY 20. 191S. THE DAIfcY COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE, PA. PACK FIVE 91. PLEASANT READY TO GIVE DRAFTEES A GREAT SEND OFF Jurgess Invites Business to Cease Activity and March Saturday. ICCASION; IS BAIF HOLIDAY L Meyersdale. ·MEYliRSDALE, Feb. iO.-- Captain TV. C. Truial of Calnp Hancock, Augusta, Ga,, aTrived nere Sunday on a 10-day furlough, which time will be spent with his parents, Rev. and Jlrs. A. B. Truxal, at th'a Reformed parsonage. Captain Truxal Is spending a lew days of this week with .relatives and friends in Somerset and also look- ins after his law practice, where he was an attorney before entering into service with Uncle Sam. Uw £iec«tiTC Feels All Should Unit, Arej a ri I and is here with his parents, Mr. and - G - Hocking. Termed in the Spring Garden tad j Somerset after a few days' visit here Otfcer Schools; Xcws of the Bay. Special to The Courier. MT. PLEASANT, Feb. 20.--I'.urgess ·am P. Stevens has asked teat all merchants close on Saturday evening rhen the drafted men leave for the rain from the Armory, that all ot the ·olish. Slavish and Italian Societies, 'i,th the bands and all other patriotic odeties turn out. Last time not all ocieties turned out, out a request is lade that this time all participate as lis is Saturday and a halt holiday :r most people. The Bremen will act a police to the parade. Organize Units. . The following units have bt-en or- ·acdzed under the Junior Leasue by he chairman of units, Mrs. S. C. Stevenson, at the Spring Garden chool, with the following officers: ^resident, Lizzie Porcorney: vice 'resident. James Roberts; treasurer, Jllian wissinger; secretary, Emily -abrac; Praflttown school--Era Layon, president; Ruth Darrow, vice ·resident: Edoa Wissinger, treasurer; 'rank Ulechney. secretary. The adies from the Slavish church formed . unit and named it the Visitation Parsi Unit, ' with Jlrs. John Popovich, r j as chairman, and Andrew Bsnjock, 'r,, secretary. · StndcnW'lJecital. .\ students' recital was held at the ·K Pleasant Institute with 'the fol- oring persons taking part in the itogram: Alice Kobacker, Mabel with relatives and friends Harry Miller of PittsburR spent several days during the weeK here with friends. Air. and Mrs. J. F. Reich were visitors to Cumberland on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. H. B Smith have returned to East .McKeesport after spending a few days here with the iatter's parents, Mr and Mrs. D. P. Brown. Miss Esther Towzey of ConnellSTille who spent a few days here with her friend, Miss^MarccHa Reich, lias returned home. Miss Mary McDevitt of Philadelphia is a guest at the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Phllson. H. H. Lint returned yesterday from a business trip to Pittsburg. Mrs. H. B. Cober ot Berlin is visiting her relatives, Mr. and Mrs. TV. H. Baldwin. Mrs. Pred TVeimer, after a feiv days' visit here with relatives, has returned to her homo in Jenner. TValiiam Lrfxrkemby of Camp Hancock. Augusta, Ga., is here on a week's furlough with his mother, Mrs. Alice Leckemby. Miss Rebekah Truial of the Bellerue high school,' spent Saturday and Sunday here with her parents. Rev. and Mrs. A. B. Truxal. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Critchfield and two children of Rockwood spent Sunday here with relatives and friends. Elmer Stahl of Connellsville visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Xorman Stahl several days during the week. Mrs. Charles Schroyer of Rockwood TM ! ' Plorence Gllck -(was a recent gnes-t or'her mother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. 'Edward Miller of Rockwood have returned homo after spending a few days hero with relatives. ' Cffiie Levinson, Frank KocinsKi, Myr- 1* Rose. Mabel PeTerson, Iterafce rraxel. J. D. Hill, Doris Barclay and Mnona Smith. The nelt recital will x'held at the Institute tomorrow ev- ijihg at S o'clock. .Ten Cent Social. The Protected Home Circle will hold i ten-cent social in the Red Men's i:ll tomorrow evening at 7;30. There sill be a program. Valentine games. 2!freshments will he served. Son is Born. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Miller arc the Hrad parents of a son bqi-n yesterday. ' Falls .Over Embankment. Thomas Jamchovic, aged IS, fell yer an embankment at Standard on Sonday and severely lacerated his i»ad. He was brought to the hospital *ere his head was dressed. Jlrs. loah. Kyun. Mrs. Leah Ryan, aged 70 years, who 3ed at her Hunker home, was burled L the Zion cemetery yesterday fol- Iwing funeral services at the home. 1TOMACH DEAD, MANOT1 LIVES People who suffer from sour stomach. -.cmentation of food, distress aft-r eat- lE 1 and indigestion, and seek relief in -rgc chunks ot artificial digeston?, are tiling 1 their stomachs by inaction just ·i surely as tha victim of morphine is sadening and injuring beyond repair .·cry nerve in his body. Wihat the stomach of every sufferer ·om indirection needs is a good pre- .·ription that will build up his stom- :h. put strength, energy and elastic- y into it, and make it sturdy enough i digos*t a hearty meal, wlthoui arti- 2tal aid. K The best prescription for Indigestion ,-er written is sold by druggists nvery- liere and by A. A. Clarke and is rigld- · guaranteed to build up the stomach id cure indigestion, or money back. This prescription Is named Mi-o-na. :id is sold in smalt tablet form In .rge boxes, for only a few cants. Re- iember- the name, Mi-o-na stomach wblets. They never fail.--Adv. Confluence. CONFLUENCE, Feb. 20.--A. B. ugtmer, Baltimore Ohio train- taster is iu Pittsburg at present Jn te interest of the Baltimore Ohio impany. , f Parke Bender, son of Mrs. !J. R. ill at present with Indian Creek. INDIAN CREEK, Feb. IS.--Mrs. WiL liam Beatty and children of Coanells- ville spent over Sunday here, among friends. Dr. H. P. Meyers of Confluence was a professional caller here Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Moore were called to Connellsville on account of the serious illness of Mrs. Moore's father, George "Warrick. The I. C. V. passenger crew worked yesterday placing empties at mines. Rodney "tt'oodmancy spent Saturday night among ConnellsviJ'.e friends. John" Arzbacher of y.Hl Run is a business visitor at Bread Ford. William Marietta eiid Homer Kern are at Connellsville for examination for army service. Harry Bigam and Clayton Johnson of Mill Run are business callers in Connellsville. Mrs. William Hewitt of Mill Run is calling on Connellsville friends and shopping today. · Mr. and Mrs. L. Otto of Jones Mill are spending today among Connellsville friends. Mrs. C. B. Lowden of Connellsville spent over Sunday with her brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Dull at Jones Mill. Harry Harkum of Pittsburg spent over Sunday with his parents at Jones Mill. J. C. May is transacting business in Connellsville today. ' Harvey Younkin of Connellsville spent over Sunday among Indian Head r What can we do?" Is likely to be changed to "What can't we do 3" In the light of responses women have made to the chJilengo of circumstances. They have eicursloned into many new fields of labor sincti the beginning of the war. Only the heavles't physical labor --where it la a mere matter of muscular strength unequal to that of men-bars them from measuring their efforts along with the other half of humanity. Just how much of this new industrial territory they will bold, now tbat they have occupied it, remains to be seen. It is reasonable to believe that tbere are many places they will continue to hold. In the meantime there are maW good old-fashioned obligations they must go on fnlGlllng. All tho things they have been, doing they must go on with. Sox and sweaters and all "other knitted things must be mninly supplied by them; clothing and food prepared for their own families and others who need them. Besides the wholesome and hourly duties they undertake to raise money for all sorts of charitable work. For the Red Cross they are having much success along with considerable merriment by getting up "fiestas" or county fairs--held Indoors. All they need to start with is a large room with a fairly ifood floor. This they line with booths and partition off into various "exhibits"--each of them as much of a Joko aa possible. There is a shooting gallery, with the knlscr as a target, the fortune-telling tent--candy and lemonade stands, Jellies, canned fruits, preserves, etc., contributed by the promoters, who solicit It among acquaintances. The things arc sold nt low prices because there Is almost no expense attached where tributes time and materials and the profits are clear. About tho gayest and liveliest crowd at these fairs or "fiestas" is In that portion of the floor set aeide for those who like to dance. This Is rolled or roped off from the rest of the room and a little booth for selling tickets placed nt tho entrance. Little girls j also p«ddle tickets among thj men wb i dance. "Ten centg each and three for a quarter" brings many a dime and dollar borne to the.- treasury of the chapter. Of course the promoters mnst see to it that good music IB provided, War la no reason why the young people should not Indulge themselves in innocent pleasures, 4md they are glad enough to benefit the Hed Cross while they enjoy themselves. /_ _ ^ Bright Colors In Veils. The current demand In veiHngu Is largely restricted to bltick, tuupe and brown in the order enumerated, but according to samples recently received · from French veiling centers, a higher percentage of bright colors can be *x- pected for spring. Novelties featuring two or more colors, such as pold and purple, brown aad gold, rose and preen, rose and purple are all prominently represented In the newest of the French samples. Care of the Naiin, A few minutes' attention in the morning and at night will keep the nnlls and hnndR In excellent condition and add a well-grobmed effect to the whole appearance. QUO SELLING HELPS BUSINESS Get at the Real Cause--Take Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets That's what thousands of stomach sufferers are doing now. Instead ot Every Line Of Industry and taking tonics, or trying to patch up a *i / i n u u a i i } tiisu poor Digestion, fbey a,.,, attacking the Commerce Is More Active and Profitable MOREYREMAINSUR6LEYHERE Process Becomes an Endless Which Only Strengthens ai Gains Momentum. Chain it real cause of the" ailment-- dogged liver . and disordered bowels, i Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets accuse the liver in a soothing, healing way. When : the liver and bowels are performing their natural functions, away goes indigestion and stomach troubles. : If you have a bad taste in your 1 mouth, tongue coated, appetite poor,. lazy, don't-care feeling, no ambition or 1 energy, troubled with undigested foods,' . you should take Olive Tablets, the sub\ stitute for calomel. ; Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are a purely vegetable compound mixed with olive oil. You will know them by their " ' work without griping, cramps or pain. Take one or two at bedtime for quick relief, so you can eat what you like. At lOc and 25o per box. All druggists. Washington, D. C.--(Special)--Fifty years ago the expenditure of a bil- olive co j or / They do lion dollars la one year by the gov- " ~ eminent would have been regarded as a certain fore-runner of national bankruptcy. Less than 20 years ago the country was nonplussed when the first billion dollar congress registered the high-water mark ot legislative ex- trYaganoe. But this year we will upend something like twenty billions and never bat an eye. "When this figure was first announced there was considerable shaking of conaerrative heads. There wa» grave ender is very ·phoid fever. Dr. IT. P. Meyers accompanied by . W. DeBolt drove two Ford toar- ig cars through from Pittsburg yes- ·rday. Orville Osier was a business visitor i Connellsville and Uniontown yes- ·rday. Dr. C. W. Frantz was in Rockwood Iling his duties as a member oC th« vamining board. David Shultz. a well known resist of Kingwood was in town yes- Churches Prior to 1906. ·rday transacting business. ' i The order of the War Department H. E. Smith, a well known resident I requiring that no recruit under 21 BIRTH RECORDS LACKING 5one Except Those In Families and friends. i wuaerTKU ve utruu: Calvin Pnnkey will move his fam-| Cation of where the money could be ily to Youngwoocl where he has so-1 raised and openly expressed doubt th*t cured employment. Rev. King of Owensdale is holding revival meetings at Mill Run. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Silcox and daughter spent over Sunday as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Miller at Indian Head. Mrs. Edward Miner and' daughter Virginia of ConnellsviHe, spent over Sunday among Normalvjlie friends. Mrs. S. C, Brooks of Somerset spent over Sunday among Davistown friends. Russell Woodmancy spent over Sunday among Connellaville friends. Mr. Arenfelt, a P. R, R. veteran in the maintenance of way department, of Pittsburg, is spending today along the: valley on. business. ; Lisionburg was among the busl- ess visitors here yesterday. Ray Show has returned to his wort . Fairmonot, "W. Va., after a vimt of »veral days here with his parents. Letters received from Clyde Brown ho Is somewhere iu France, by his iends here, state he is well and going along ivelL Mrs. Frank McWUliama of Pittsburg here looking after her property in- · rests. Mrs. Solomono Turaey left yeater- iy for a visit with, friends in Mc- eesport. F. "W. Black, manager of the A. G. lack's Sons company, department business years of age shall be enlisted until'his age is verified, the discovery has been made that there are no records of borths at Harrisburg of a date earlier than 1906. Some municipalities and chnrches have earlier records, but there was no birth registration in boroughs and townships prior to isifi. Young men enlisting since ike issuance of the new order are required to submit family Bible or cbnrch records, or have their parents visit the recruiting station to furnish proof of their age. 1UCE SELLS HOHE. it could be bid at all. But above all wa» the dominant fear that it would precipitate chaos in the business world. Yet conditions were never better. The people subscribed for fire billions of bonds and went about paying for them aa if it were an everyday affair. The merchants are breaking record*; the manufacturers are working day and night; the farmers are enjoying record prices; workmen are drawing better pay than in years; prosperity la greater than ever before and buaiBeaa ia haflne no palpitation of the heart whatever. And although the government baan't be«n resorting to tho printing presa methods of some European countries, -there ia just as much money in circulation as ever. The secret of this modern miracle ti that the people are producing more right now than they over have la all their lives, and the .government, directly or Indirectly, I« providing a ready market lor everything that ix produced. Subscribing for five billions of bond* la a tremendous evidence of American loyalty; bat paying for them U an ·Ten more astonishing emphasis of an American thrift which generally baa been subject to much skepticism. Ifs an eye-opener. The ordinary bond subscription ti no more or leas thus an automatic transfer of credit at your bank to Uncle Sam. But its payment means that you have produced value of some salable variety to the amount oC your purchase. And that : a what counts. Just ao long as Undo Sam can keep th» present money supply turning which grows with every revolution Every bond you buy forgea a ne^ link. Every revolution makes to- business expansion. lor industrial h: crease, for greater prosperity. Buying a bond Is boosting bostnos' SMILE. Everson Man Pnrchaser of Crairforil j OTBr ores, has returned from sit to Pittaburg. The remains of Minnie vughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard JUc- liatock. of this place, who died very | ?£e sale includes the furnishings ami over ' everything will' ^o Avenue Manrion. "W. E. Bice has disposed of his home along nmootiilj. The more bonds can buy and pay for, the better conditions will become. Little or none of foreign loons are merely extensions of credit; giving them a charge ac- At no time Is the croalcer less tha. an abomination. At the present tlni he is a pest--a desolating pest--thp. IB doing serious harm to the countr If there ever wa« a time when v should do cheerfully the things thr we bare to do, and when our bean nhould be filled with hope for the Cu ture. It Is now. When the boys marched to tbe trah they bad a smile on their faces, be cause they were performing the ful- measure of their duty. This should bi the cue for all of us. Smile when ir do without thing* we do not n«ed, be cauxe w* are earing labor. Smllf when we mrwrt our Ravings In Ub«rt Bonds, b*cans* we are Hcrrmg our ·elves and our country. Smile whe^ our boys leave, because through them we are doing out utmost for freedom Through all the anxious days and nights that are to come ve should smile, smile--^otherwise the task be fore us will be many times more dlf flcult of accomplishment. F A R M E R S PLEDGE THEMSEl.VF TO PURCHASE LIBERTY BONDL Columbus, O.--(3i«cial) -- Fanner* throughout the state are preparing tt refute In the next Liberty Bond campaign the charge that they aw slackers. Practically every Parmar'a institute held within the last two month* aas adopted resolutions pledging al 1 In attendance to buy bonds at the fcexi offering. SubsldJary branches of thf State Grange are also doing this. If the man who tmrfe* a Liberty Bond for a *hare of stock will only persevere he may come day find some one who will acll him the state house for $25. i WiUiams'Kidney ad Over Pills lice this afternoon In ihc 3tjrch,. Inierment in the M. E. r The Uici- home wrs «rectprl hy . i a t f t Andrew Haafl w h o . eQttinpe 1 with every modem convenience. a/guaracter: of payment. : ea l 0 by all druggi^ aice 50 . to erte:t Uncio Sau makes of tliis j WILLIAMS MFG. CO., Props., Cleveland, Ofcfc LiNirty Borji motley an endless, chajn · For sale by ConnellsvUle Drug Co. I IVEATTjESS I WEDNESDAY i JThe women of America can win this war i f 1 they will save food. Eat No Wheat Today! BUT TICKETS HEIiE .FOB SOTIOK PICTURES at the Paramount Theatre, .Tnesday, Jlarcli Sth, Benefii of the Soldiers. Sailors and Jewish War Sufferers. 2"i Cents. Coupon Desk. j Sensational Shoe Sale Continued All This Week - So enthusiastic has been the response--so many pairs of shoes have been sold--so many new customers have been added to our list--that we have decided to continue the sals all this week and have added some more broken assortments, so now you will find just as attractive values as were offered the first day, and if you haven't availed yourself of this opportunity do so today. $1.95 . . . . $1.95 $1.95 $1.95 . $2.95 $2.95 $2.95 $2.95 Up to $5.00 Women's Novelty Shoes - - Up to $5.00 Women's Black Kid Shoes - Up to $5.00 Women's Patent Leather Shoes Up to $5.00 Women's Gun Metal Shoes Up to $8.00 Women's Novelty Shoes - - Up to $6.00 Women's Black Kid Shoes - Up to $6.00 Women's High Lace Shoes Up to $6.00 Women's Patent Shoes - - - · I GUESS THAT5 SOME MORt OF THAT SHAVIN6 lOTiOK YOU ORDER FROM THE 'BUY OUT OF TOWN" CLUB YOU BELONG TO. NO MORE FOR ME, THE HOME DRUOGIST 15 GOOD ENOUGH FOR US- OH MY. 1 (STILL HAVE FIVE SOI OF IT, j HAD TO , BUY A QUAHITYf TO Q£T THE FKKil ©W HC-Mei-ker 1916 Blistering the Face and Purse The aobvc lesson is one o£ which every man, woman and child in the community should be interested. It is,a lesson of co-operation between the home merchant, manufacturer and consumer--an appeal to our community spirit--a plea for us to "get together." A little less Latin and more civic pride should be taught our children. They receive their education through taxation of the home merchant and citizen. No mail order house contributes a mite to thefr welfare. So they are never too young to be shown the folly of sending money away from their home town. Teach your children to respect the hand that feeds them and to honor the town that contributes to their welfare. Teach them that buying away from their home town is a menace to the grqwth of the community in which they live. MORAL:-- A lesson learned early in life is never lost. A Great Combined Movement by Great People Will Secure a Phenomenal Boost for Yourself and THESE MERCHANTS. COKPASY Furniture, Jlnirs. Stores 154-168 W. Cruwford ATC. W. K. LECHE Dry Goods - 12S W. Crmrforfl Are. THE IIOKNEB COMPANY Ken's ITpar IOC VF. Crmrfonl ATC. COLONIAL NATIONAL BANK Corner Pittsbnrg Street and Crawford ATCnnc. MCDONALD MUSIC AND ELECTRIC co. Koyal Hotel Bloct N. Httsburp St. H. K6BACKEB SONS "The Mg Store" X. Pittsburg St. C. TV. BOWSS Footwear for 'Krerybody ]£" N. Pittsbnrj: St. CONNELLSV5LLE MARKET AND NORTH END MARKET leading Grocery Stores 13« and 31S IS. I'irtsbarg St ANDERSOTS-LOUCKS HARDWARE CO. Hardware 116 TT. Crawford Ai;e, CHARLES T. GILES-. Jeweler - 141 West Crawford Aye. BROWNELL SHOE COHPAjVY Shoes West Crawford ATC. CONSELLSVILLE DRUG COMPANY Drugs 1!!0 West Crawford Avc. PETE R, WEEttER Flnnos and Phonographs 127-12!)Kast Crawford ATC. A. W. BISHOP Jowelrv 107 West Crawford Ate. THE AARON CO. "Home Bnilder" 1-13 N. Fittsbnrc St. CROWLEY-MESTREZAT CO. Shoes for the Whole Family 113 TV. Crawford Art. ARTMAN WORK China and Wall Paper 147-151 W. Crawford ATC. THE CENTRAL STORE . Iry Goods . 211 TV. Crawford AT*. ELI'ERN'S Ladies' Suits and Coats 150 If. Fittsburg St FIVE AKD TEN CENT WALL PAPER CO. Wail Paper 103 W. Apple SU Tv'ELLS-MTLLS WOTOR CAR CO. Agents for WIUys-KnipW, Oierland Cars, Accessories WERTHEtKER BROS. Men's Store 124 \. Pittsborg St. / CONNELLSVILLE LAUNDRY "Snow TVhJte TVork" 120 Baldwin Are. COLUMBIA HOTEL John Duggan TTest Side FStSBEE HARDWARE CO. Hardware iy. Crawford AT«S. WRIGHT-SIETZLER CO. ', Department Store -yy. Crawford ATS. LAUGHREY DRUG C03IPANY nTM? 5 - 112 S. Pittsbnrs St RAPPOBT-FEATHER3IAN CO. Ton Can Do Better Here.

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