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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, February 21, 1918
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PAGE TWO. - ·Joe DAILY COCKIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. FRENCH WE4f HER VERY MUCH LiKEjOUR Q\\p SAYS " JONES; ANXIOUS FOR SPRING THURSDAl'. JT1SBKDAKY 33, A. witrbe-heKrtate-evtrrimE-at tr.e home of Mrs. Fleti her in Morrell a':- nue, Greenwood. All members are invited. . . ' _ _ , 7 ; The Philathea ruble class of the Christian church will meet:tomorrow_ "night "at-'thV-Eoeie-of Mrs. G. W. Buckner in Race street. · .The- Christian Culture class of th;. "Uniteff Presbyterian" churcTi will mec r . tonight at the-hom* ot Mrs, Kiith-Lohr All Kunkle. 12T"Easi Peach street. members are invited. Mrs. Grace Boyer of Uniontown, ami "William LynclTot "Elliotsvilte. "Pa.".' were married yestiTday-by Kev. T W. Colhoner, pastor o{ the Methodi=t Protestant church of Unionlown. . ..The.West t Side -Xecdleworkers will "be entertained this evening by Mrs. '.Herbert Semones'at her home in-Morrell avenue. Greenwood.. Mrs. Carl Homer will entertain UIP Thursday Afternoon Card club tomorrow 2 o'clock at her boms in "WfesCGfeen'-slrtfet. .' "T. " The regular meeting of the Ladies' Aid Society of the Jlrst Baptist church will be held tomorrow night at tliD home of Mrs. A, B. StaufTer in Nor"a Third street, West Side. Mrs.. L. S.. MJchael and her aide^ are meeting this afternoon in the- A. 31. E. caorch in the TVesI Side 1.0 organize a unit to the Charleston Comforts Branch of the "Navy League, among the colored women. nated-by -Mrs. John Keller of Isabella road, will be placed in the now pa'-" i ish house. Two new members, Mrs. McElhaney and Miss Leary, were re- j ceiv'ecl. Owing to the large demand ' for quilts the guild bought another quilling-frtmie and will meet on Mot:- I day, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday i of next week a! the home of Mrs. 1 Harry Vanstone in South Conneiio- , ville to quilt. Dainty refres,hmonls were, served by the hostess. Fourteen membrs were prsent. Th next meet- .members.were present. The next-meel- George,N. Wood in East Apple street. Officers for the ensuing yeaT will 1-e elected. - PATIEXT OS IVATi HO.H1-: FJKOM HOSPITAL HIT BY- " L'AK ASU WES 01' SHOCK John Dieh), of Holsopple, 57 years o!u,-died Monday night at the Memorial hospital, Johnfa- town. from shock caused Hun- day afternoon when a street cat siruck his automobile. Mr Dieh! had been a patient at tho hospital for several weeks and on Saturday his son came to the hospital to talce him honie. It was while the}' were leading the hospital grounds that the accident occurred. Introduces the Novelty of Shower Baths to the Frencft rcojtlc. DEVICE CRUDE, BUT WORKS Catarrh Distorts Spreads the "ust, Ifiurs the fcyc*. 1'uffi tin' race, llric's Hie Lips. Ifoii to (Set Kid of Catarrh. TItV THIS TKI-, l REGISTER AT VANDERBILT The Campfire Girls, under the s t , vision of, Miss Adeline Myers, met la^t ' night at the home of Miss Catherine ] - - Strublo in Patterson avenue. Plans | Committees Enrolling were discussed for marching in tbe They Lave wcatiicr in France just us wo do at homo ana it can be just 'as diaagrpi'a-b'c a.-, any our spring \u- ' nelies, as UP learn f i o n i another series of Ictterb recently received by Mis. B. F. Jonosi oi Uatt Ccdav avenuo from her son. Lieutenant 13. C. .lonos, ' meiii'ber or tho aviation corps. Under t date o[ January 9 he wrote: i "The weather has broken and today ' i t has .'ainecl and drizzled until every, thing is mise-ablc outbido. The ground ' is thawing and by m o r n i n g I suppose we will have m u d knee deep. Tborc ' never was a tpot m America, as muddy Catarrh not only make*v o-.c miserable, it s l o w * tlil.s effect in fciitu-es !i-irt ,L usuallj ff M ort(_. But t flanks -o K rcin :ihlp homti tre.LtiiH-ni, ihcro U n I ,'oNery r. store for even, s i i f f c i r r ! t ic remarkable Ca rs H if h«mc tr^.i enu which you e.ui U j free in j nv-n hume. draftees' poradd on Saturday n.ght, j after which the rpmainder of the e\c- I ning was spent at Knitting for the Red , Cross. Dainty refreshments wci c j served. 1 The M. S. Fancywork club was entertained yesterday afternoon by -MrsvRockwell Critchfield at her home | in West Crawford avenue, West Side L-nncteon was served. -Community prayer services will be i held this evening at tbe home of H. W.' Bielateta. Ninth street; West Side, and ' Poplar Grove by members of the Dm- | ted Presbyterian church the-rerivai urbieb Liberty i ns ''* is here--just plain yellow clav. anil Dickerson Hun tVoniPii. ! 1 havl - hKml i = omc: ° [ l h c French peo- Registration of women at Vander-i 1 ) l c suy t u a t s l rin E bc S ia '' Ih(? laucr bill. Liberty and Dickerson Run M a r l - ' n -" L °~ January so I suppose our u in- ed yesterday afternoon under the di- l " "TM M TM »-«l soon be rection of a committee headed by Mrs.! ' Th(iro w e r c ahoul =° ° r ° l l r Iuca George B. Roberts. Figures were not i t a k c n to t r a m f o r observers and ma- avaiiable today but it was stated the registration was fair for the begin-, ning. Clerks are on duty each a t t e i - j Uvo scaled noon at the Red Cross headquarters, i wa - s not ° 3 lhal Il5t - for « b i t h I am tho home of Mrs. Roberts and tho| l ! l a n k c "'- as t u a t work does not a "' Presbyterian church; the hours f r o m ' n c a l lo me. ' 2 to 6 o'cloclc. Each evening durin/ " MiiiMiinos fcol disgusted. I: tbe week women attending services, so: "i!. ai if we are never to have a will be given the opportunity to enroll, chance to do anything but loaf around at the Presbyterian church. beru And spent! the rest ot our toy:. Assisting Mrs. Roberts in the work' training. I have a mandolin which I "·' "ar-torv i a r c Mlssca E!la Rosselle, Carrie Dnll,i h «'e been picking during my span. ]}I epdllwlUr. ^ \lnnfr. I l l l f n n Ct ,. I *!rl ,*.. I.'.., r. f cMne S«n exports. soulll :ind ^'comrra P r - no to They go farther y Lhc p i l o t in a do t hc ' ^Shting. 1 W n y 1 l i c a t l h ft.ii" ed v - l t ' i ri-ou- i nest week. PERSONALS. Private Ross Augustine, son of Jasper Augustine of Addison townsr.lp, Business of a routine nature wab I somerset county, has returned transacted" at the regular meeting or j home to spend some time Pr.\M'.e the -Woman's Chcstian Temperance | Augustine has been ill at one ot the __ _Unlon held yesterday afternoon m the army cantonments for the past monUi, · - -Carnegie Free library. In the absence ! suffering from an attack of menlngi- I Grace Moore, Lillian Strickler, lister I moments to pa-ss awa? the time. T a r n Cosgrove, Lillbnrn Reed, Hazel Ed- not good at tbat but f g,. sonic cu- warda, Belle McClellan, Marie Mnn- of the president, Mrs. Elizabeth Carroll, who is ill, Mrs. L. S. Michafl presided. Officers for the ensuing year wt,re installed yesterda afternoon at the regular meeting'of the LadfeV auxiliary to the Order of Railroad C.m- ductors by Mrs. G. W. Penrod, the retiring president, "he meeting was well "attended and was ope_of interest. Refreshments were served. The congregation of the First Bap- tis. Drafted? If not, let me measure you for that new spring suit. Dave Cohen, Tailor.--Adr. Mrs. Alice K. MeTntyre of McKeob- pori, is the guest of her daughter. Mis. II. P. Snyder. The best place to shop after all. Brownell Shoe Co.--Adv. Fred Furnan was in Pittsburg on business yesterday. The Nove'sta Shop will be open Monday and Friday evenings. Appointments by ptame.--Adv-10-3. tist church b-ld a f a r e w e l l A. V. Corrado is visiting m Pitts- party Tuesday night at the home of , b u r g to( ] aj r_ ' Miss Grace Robinson in -Vorth Third i ji rs . j ^- j[j- c ,.,; ] e ft this morning street. West Side, .n honor o! Harold j f o r wheeling. W. Va., to visit relatives. Boyd, who leaves Siturday night to go i Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Keck or Hecla into training at Cai ip Lee, Petersburg, | and Mrs. .1. C. Snyder of Helllen, Ky , \'a. Mr. Boyd is superintendent of the i have returned to Hecla after a visit Sunday school and is one of the most j with friends here and in Uniontown. active young workers in the church, j A superintendent nil! be not be elect- , SCOTTDALE FJSIDAT. ed. Jaines G. For: wait, assistant ail- perintendent. will serve until the re-! Local Iliirli Sclion! ITill J'lnj dorff and Besse Dunlap and Mrs. Carl Mi Combs. joyment out ot r- "A srpaL inconvenience we suffer is lack of means to take a bath. First you look for MJIIIP w a t e r , then a but'.i- ft. then a liuls fln, When the UDI- perature of the wn.ter ai:iti=, you :iro ready to take a tnorough ^mcarin^. I Little Vanderbilt Inialid is Doing Uer, have had hut two good baths since I ' HAS YOUNGEST KNITTER Hit iu War. The youngest knitter in the West Vanderbiit Unit to the Red Cross Comforts Branch of the Navy League, is \nna Belle Madden, v, ho is nine years old. Although confined to h f r came over. One on board the slim and | the other in a neighboring t o w n . In ' t b e public bath*; r\ery person uses , 'he same U'b. They don't kiitr^ what a shower bath is over born, so j we made one. We secured a large tin I t In Perfectly Wonilci fnl th CHUNK Treatment Drift's .\v fatarrli. A red nufie 1 dr'hhlc 1 inuciis is :ui u n s i K h t l y in -.( bro.LLh t,nnt."l w l - l i lhc oil"r uf n i n oiTi n . n ^ a l n s L ilocf-nry A stomach fill pint,'- frr»m cJisou..s-1'd n.ii,a. orv.Lt i tuse unLuld r it-urj*. tnd r n ^ i s i p l o x i o u The bo w c i i clntp'f 1 ··triii};.-, of i opy miiou^. i n i l i C itfj I i t f - r . i n v r ^ r k i n i r w i t n p i i i i l i k s, bJo.chcs anil u t l i c e r u p t i o n ^ Thtf blood. .s-AarniinfT u i l ' i i ot c ir.irrh k-ci m*-, *m^ili u p u . i i kuJ'-oj - ,1 l-'lK.r til a m tj lru.,). .'-. t ' o w n , t h o luns-s i n d b- r.c.niil t J *!(*ou feed w u h tb" £'.·? trin'in (_f ·.\-t.oni.TiK- c.i'arrh, c.*' I* i'i u an-.; r i r i .uul th* 1 i n r m '-fnoiJ'- (Mn'-i i[U i ne l ' y^ \i i'% fonUfi-c w i t l i .1'! t h i s ms- iry.' Sfnd \ o u r Ji'ir^c n'ul .'.'Ift'-o'-', t',- U.iy l. r ;i f n o irinl c f M i . (.lau---.' f.i- "'i.ti- t i c . i i n i o n t M u it tn r v: a "!··«. 3 1 S I Alj.n st e f t . M . i r s n A l 1 . i f i r h . H w l l r.'.L 'ost ou v i p r iny to try JL, and u pureli w i l l 'ii,ton sh , o u v, t'h il v o n d e r f u L cfToct. F.ll i . u t i-»u]K -i and ma 1 ! i' t M l t v Vahios, Our prices range froTn 15c to $5.00 per pair. All wonderful values. We are featuring this year the Aristo Hosiery and this brand in our Special $1.2."i all-silk Hoae, rn all pbades, car.'t be hau eiso^boTO at 10 per cent more. \Vhen in need of Hosiery we would appreciate a visit to our Hosiery Department. \Ve know ii will be \vorth your while. ^ bed for tbe past year, Little Miss A u n u 1 can and punched U:- bottom, full of i Belle is douig her bit. She has knil- i nnlcs. One fellow stands under the ted several ambulance squares, one I fan while another pours water in it. pair of wristlets and is now engaged. Not very handy, but it does the work in knitting a sweater. i b e a n U f u l I y The unit which wad recently orgau- i "Have 1 not .seen Sam Harry hut was izcd has turned into the Charleston | talk.n? to a I' boy who Comforts Branch of Iho Navy League | the same oonpiny and he said Sam IS knitted pieces. The unit officers ' am: President, Mrs. C. C. Collins; secretary. Mrs Waliiam. McLaushiu. in good was well and getting shape." Two days later, January 9 "Casey" wrote that he was "a little bit prev- CIXS." LEAGUE (.U3IB. j 0 us in my spring predictions. It has i snowed a liUIe since and tbe tbpr- Bcltimorc' Ohio Clerks Will May mom cter resigtercd about five above L'ithiT -llnccabccs or Uurugc. i zero, the lowtst mark yet reached. The Baltimore Ohio clerks w i l l ' "Everything is as quiet and sta- r n u p n r i- ,' "Of! for ;i pack- j I T K C A T M I I N ' T sent 1 Sii.]]ll\ 111! uary r.u, at the borne of Lei daughter,' Tlni rnupor I- ; .101) for :i uac';- j ; , - s _ j^ H J;^^^^ ; n paisoUiE, % \ e : e ' !,eid h-.ttiui'-a: moraine, Fnuui'-ry -.! ) 1 M ' ' S , u t j j cm'ioy, O., oJ wmcb bl-e was i i. ( t m^er foi jo years. Th ilor.ii tilbutes u c r e numerous and hand- bcmir. Lenib Carl, V. X. Bcigel. H. T. i:engc!, .1. R ;7iag,iii ai:d U.. .'iiailes iJownip were pallbearers. In(-,, (y si.ue I tertnent in Eeecu G r o v e cemetery. e nnd *i*JJr ** w, .md n,,j: MTn St Mat tiullcd i , '· r,. c. siaii. M c - Name R. v. n or Sire" If Ton Are lluntinu UarBa':i;«; Read the advor'.isein,; columns or The Paiiy Courier. You ^ili iind them. f, "' i play either the Alaccaheea or the Con-j tionarv JOHN Following . nion.a, Johi afr cv-jr and our nhief trouble lonncrly of Coan MISS MAKCAilDT JANK HAG-A.N. .Mist .M^'i-'arct Jane Hawaii, cue o. ih* 1 b(-si k u u w n ivsidLiii of Umon- 'uv u, .u.dden.y !abi iu ije home of .Mia. Darnel Chisho'iu in ^iol^^lU·.ov,n street where sh-2 had ^o;io tu call. .Mjss Hj-cJiu haJ boob -i Lfurmg :rn:n arieuo scleros s. b u t ,-,iL- i.i ncr i]*~i»dl Iiualili when she leii go to Mrs. Chisuoha':;. 1)*.- A Constitutional Rert That We Guarantee turn of Mr. Boyd. In behalf of the ! congregation. Rev, Wilbur Neison, tbe i pastor presented ,the honor guest with j morland Connty Team 5Fere« Tho Connellsvillt- bigh school bask- tiiaU team will play the Scottdale a wrist watch. M. 1 . Boyd responded, i high quintet at the local gym here nellsville Garage team in a city league j is finding a hot stove to loa'.' around. WC5t-| game at tbe Maccabee hall tomorrow j We are ail waiting for spring to come thanking his man; triends for their kind remembrance were served. Refreshments R«v. M. S. Kanaga, of Uniontown,: will be in charge of Lenten services I to be held tomorrow night in St. | John's German Lutheran church by j Friday night in a return, game. The local team played Scottdale at .that place several weeks ago and was cu- feated after running neck and neck with the team for three periods of the game. The local lineup has -been given a shaking up by Coach Alderfer and the the congregation o 1 the Trinity Epis- j new system will be given a tryout at copal church. A meeting of the try will be held tonight. ves- i tomorrow night's sa- The new ' style of play is expected to .strengthen ' the team considerably. - Mrs. C. W. Erbecl: will cnteitain il.e Fi'isclUa Sewing Circlp Friday evening at her home at Last Conneits- ville. " A well attended.meeting of the Wotu- , an's Guild o£ tbe Trinity Episcopal church w_d.s held lust evening at il'C home of Airs. \V. f'. Smith in Eights street, West Side, with many members in attendance. It *as decided to tura over $500, one half of the sum, pledged - the church building fund, to the treLi- urer. Mrs. Paul Oerke rejaorted a sum of $78.72'realized fronr the-valentine social held recently, in Ofld.,Fellow; temple. An eight octave organ, do- night. If possible the game will b e ] so that work will begin to get a litlle arranged with Ihe Garage, but if that harder. I have applied for work at team cannot play tomorrow, the Mac-|a different place and surely hope to cabes-will probably substitute. [get t during the remaining months 0? The Garajr,e and Elite stand tied for j'he winter I suppose I would nof second place w i t h the Maccabees next! get to fly in this work, but I underline. A preliminary game will he stand it will last only a few months. played at 8 o'clock sharp. Then there is a chance of spending some time in the big city and I depend on that to increase my knowledge of the country. My work will consist in installing macb'nery, and I'utt would be interesting. "1 have set quite a number o! snares for rabbits m the woods near here but tbe only things I have caught so far are a bad cold and a bird." Miss Goldie Mills, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Mills of Leiseming No. 1 and Charles Weslie Newcomer, son of William Newcomer of Connells- villp R. D. 2, were quietly married Saturday afternoon in Uniontown. Mr. Newcomer will leave in a few days to enter the service of the ' United States Navy. His bride will reside in Uniontown until the close of the war. Son is Bom. , Mr. ana Mrs. B. S.'Han-is o£ Dawson are parents of a baby boy. Bay Red Sweaters, Tbpljady .Maccabee basketball team has purchased several red, heavy woolen sweaters, making tlieir first appearance in them here on Tuesday in the game with South Cnnncllsville girls. The sweaters are almost a maroon color. When There's Not ^ Minute To Lose is a friend indeed. Made in the cup instantly, and mighty delicious and nourishing. "There's a Reason" On Kaslem Trip. SCOTTDALE, Teh. 21.--Wilfred 3. McKeoa, representing the Sanitary Chemical Manufacturing company, of ScoUdale, left last night for Philadelphia to attend the conveniion of the jobbers of the Sanitary Paper Pro- dm ts company of tho Scott Paper company of Philadelphia, Mr. Mc- Kfjn expects to go to New York and other eastern cities pn a buying tour. Bad Iloads Close iUne. S.MITHPJELD, Feb. 21.--The Prospect Coal CO., has closed down for 10 days, tbe condition of the roads being so bad U could not operate tbe trucks ·witb which they haul tbe coal to cbarge tbe ovens. By tbe end oE that time it expects to bave the tramroad ready to haul tbe coal with a dinkey locomotive. J. CLIFFORD. .i biicf iJlne-jS of p;iiu- ' ''cased was a daughter of the l a i c J c i ' A o i d , T! ycar.s end Jo-o i S. end Mjuor.a West Hagan !e, at his home at Hurm'stead K u n c i al Saturda} morning al. S UO o'clock f-om the bouse and at 9 o'clock requiem iiigh mass v,!ll be celebra'cii at Pt. Mary MagcuH'H'3 Roman Catholic church at Homesu-ad. Mr. U.f- furd formerl;- resided iU Connt-iisi ill., Scotulale and Trotter and is wick!y k n o w n in this coinmunily. lie ua.T Lagrange, H. C.--"For yea suffered with a chronic cough, could not sieep nights and cent to los: flesh. My druggist aske to try Vinol. It cured my coa can sleep nights and have g twelve pounds. Vinol is the cnvplojrd ,n thu 1 m e n - i to ? k an ^- ti « ue b ' jilder I ha v= e for miu.j yeai 1 - ", M1SS PEARL STOXi;. aaU . l ..iii LeiM t _ ' u i i j i u f u iii LUU i m e n - i , i. ,, TT T-» --i T" ~ taken. --W. D. Ren, Lagrange, We guarantee Vinol for ch coughs, colds and bronchitis. I patent medicine. Formula on . Miss Pearl Stone, daugluer of Mr. j bottle. Your money back if it :.UJ Mrs. J. D. Stone, of Brow ni .,.,iic, , La ughrey Drug Co., F. H. Ha ..ed ycm-iday morning follow m s an i i n g i Connellsviile: David C. I linens or puej.nor.ia. Dunbar, and at the best drug sit born m Dudiey and foi sonic : past · RAYMOND SKC-TOX. Raymond Skelton, one year every town and city in the coun MORE THM 100 OF TEEN AGE ARE AT CONVENTION Jlinstrcl Tor Bed Cross. A minstrel show for tho benefit cf the Red Cross of the Dawson community will be given at tile ,Dickerso:i Euu Y. M. C. A. Friday and Sa'urrfnj "nights under the auspices oC the Y M. C. A. band. Scutiis to PnruiJt'. All the troops of Coy Scouts in the city will meet at the armory on the South Side at 5:30 o'clock Saturday evening to participate in tnc parade of ilrkftees to the Baltimore t Ohio station. Continued from Page One. Smithlield; .lames Bryan, Revere; Ruth Newcomer, Vanderbilt; Altman Diehl. Uniontown; Mary L. Jamieson, Smithfield; Amber Martin, Perryopolis. Lauretta Leignty, James G Fornwalt, Hester McCairns, ^lartha KauTT- man, Mrs. W. IT. Berger, Connellsville; Ixjroy Martin, Perryopohs; Reed Detwiler, Connellsville; G. R. A'.han, Everson; Claia Lee. Sraittneld; Florence Woodfill and I'lorence Malone, Smith-i fleM; Clara .Manila, Carrie C. RuseJ CaLlicrinc C. Wood, Connellsvillc; Jl.' E. Christopher, Adah: Margaret At-i wood, Marie Brothers, Kunbar; Arthur HMflelu, Connc Isvi Ic; Ruth LeeehJ Smithfield; Amy Jane Portet, Scolt- dale; James Earl Lmdsey, Uniontown. J. F. AVoodinency, Olnopyle, ]-Iar- nian E. Holland, Tount Braddock: Charle.5 B. Thomas, Percy; Aljer. Gaddis, Howard Trimmer, Uniontown; { Lillian Smurr, fornit-rlj of Connei]s- \ ' l l e , and in addit-on to his iMdo^ 15 ^irvivotl ly three ^on^. Rev. Franii C M f f o i d of St. C a n i c n s Catholic churcii, Knoxville; Chaj-lc« J Clifiord al Lee, Petersburg, Ya.; Stuart .1. Clifford at homo, and one da.ighter, Mi.^s Marie Kathenne CliCord, also at hor:e. He was a brother of F. D Clifford uf Huntington, V»". Va., and a brother- ,1- law of Mrs. Charles Ritcine ard Harr} II. Sinurr of Uic West Side-. MRS. MARY rfb'NGEL, Funeral berv^ces for "Mrn. Beugel, -whose death accurrcd cemetery. MRS. G. E. CUNNINGHAM. Mrs. G. E. Cunningham, 53 years old. i a well known resident of Confluence, died suddenly last night at ]j.30, o'clock of heart trouble. Mrs. Cun- j Charlen cf Com.ueucc, and two i ters, M:s. \Villiani Lingenfie Brownbville. and MIPS Anna Cui ham at home. Notice of funeral S T H M A /There is no "cure* but relief is often brought by-- TAYLOR Mrs. Clara R. Taylor, 37 y- a i v/ife ot Richard Taylor, died ear! morning at her home at Vanderbi lowing a shorl ^llness. Funeral day afternoon at 2 o'clock fro 1 Mothoiiist church at Vanderbilt, Rev. Bryan, Ihe pnstor, offie Iinerment in Dickerson Run cemetery. Mrs. Taylor's maiden was Miss Clara He-ben. Hei band and a family ol children si Mrs. Perc)' Tinier Knife. Mrs William Percy of eighth street, Green wood, underwent on operp-tion Tuesday morning at the Cottage Stale hospital, and is getting: along uicc'y. Ciark Oglevee, l^eisenring: Mary Zat covic, Unionlown; Mabel MeWilliams, Perryopolis; Rena Miller, Connells-l ville; Mary Jlbcrhart, Fern Cleaven-j ger, New Geneva; A J". Alleu, Con-l nelisville; Lawrence Weaver, Soutuj Conncl'sville and William Q. W. i Sloar, Liuiontown. MRCcaliee Meeting-. The Knights of the Maccabcps wil 1 ' hold their regular meeting and min- atc qp night. ' members into the club to- Bnjs DuivhQn Lots. William Cos-ell has purchased two lots in North Dawson from the Dawson. Impiorement company. JUfio Ciul) to Meot. The ConneUsvillc Kifle club will hold its regular weekly meeting to- ntsnt. l Viet! in toavPi Socn Sm»H Chiltiron. SAllTaPIELD. Feb. 21. -- Earl Wlioolery, who operated a motor m the Gilmore mine was instantly killed Monday by -i pot dropping from the roo£ and crushing him on his motor. The funeral \vas from his residence at Stum's StaLion today. He leaves a \ and cc\ea children, the oidiiSi. one 12 years. Dies oi Barns. Burns recehed by -Margaret Fekety last Friday at ihe home of Attorney L. B. Browufield, Uniontown, resulted 3'este:day ia the death of the girl. Mrs. EtJa Dorion, of Ogdeiasburg, Wis., says: "I suffered from female troubles which caused piercing pains liko a knlle through my back and side. I flnally lost all my strength so I had to go to bed. The doctor advised an operation but I would not listen to it, I thought of what 1 bad read about LJUUL E. Pinkham's Vegotablo Compound and tried it. The first bottle brought great relief and sis bottles haye entirely cured me. All women "\vlio have femalo trouble of any kind should try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound." How Mrs. Boyd Avoided an Operation. Canton, Ohio.--"I suffered f .'cm a female trouble which caused mo much, suffering, fiud two doctors decided tbat I would bare logo through an opera tiou before I could get well. "My mother, -who had been helped by Lydir. E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, advised mo to try it before submitting to an operation. It relieved me from my troubles so I eaa do'niy house work without any diiliculty. I advise any woman ivho is afflicted with j female troubles to give LydiaE. Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound a tnal and it will do as much A for them."--Mrs. HAIIIB liOYD, 1421 Oth £;., / / TS.. E., Citntou, Ohio. I / / I ick Woman Before Submitting To An ©perationji | LYD1A E.PINKHAM MEDICINE CO. LYNH.MASS. m

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