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February 22, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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-i-'AGS TWO. THE; DALL/I UOUKIISR, :CONNELLSVILLE, FA. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1TU3. Utorney John Duggan, Jr., of the members and two guests "were present Government Foar-ifiniifiSMen will :andiea30yably spent~tho .afternoon at make a four min»fe~speec5~at the In-" Tfflittrsg and fancywork, "JDeticioiis re- !:ual concert of the Methodist 'Protestant school to be/held Friday Mrs. L.. Sch.- uler Trill entertain the club Thursday 7, at her home ia March 1, in the church. Attorney, Dug- East Crawford'jivenue,' 1 gaa's talk will bejhe first to bu given in the churches by the Four-Minute-- A -deligStful danca . was held last Men. Following his address. Miss | night'in Cochraifbanrmet hall at Daw-Mildred Snad_er. daughter of Mr. and i son-by members of the younger social -Mrs. C. V. Snader will sing the na- set- A number of guests from Davr- J! tional anthem.-Another fearnruof.the ;; affa/lr will be music by Kiferie's pr;! ^ chestra, with PrpI.._Ktterle directing" ;: the program.. Th.e_Tocaf3qlD!sts'are ^ Miss Mary.lTcConnell prosraia.-wftT'iASfiide'a vocarducC.DV. iangeii. .;: Miss Marian Munson, soprano, and Miss Mildred Miller, contralto; organ solo, Mis»- rt Pearl Keck; piano solo, Miss Jessie; Rhodes;, Breedings. Miss Margaret -fr^Baker, Engjishr teacher .in the city hi"5tLT.5Chpol;^*ce]lo solo, Howard Taylonrjrurabon^'rsolo, Robert Barkell, Scottdale; selection by a male" . .quartet co-mposred tot Robert Werner, Herbert Pratt.^farard Mason and William F. Brooks'." An admission ot twenty-five cents will be charged, the proceeds'to be. devoted to the Sunday school concert will begin- at S olcTock. George Kankin.'Jr., of will deliver an. address on "Masonic. Duty," at the.lSth annual reception 'ot the ConnellsTille Masonic Association; to be held tonight in Masonic- ^Temple,' South Pittsburg streetynrhonor of "V^jashington's birthday."* On account of war time conditionsrthe annual ban- tiuet wil! be dispensed with. Following Mr. Rankin's address, cards and dancing will be the amusements. The son antt out "of town. points attended. - Miss Mercedes Gladden at- Greenwood, wili;giye a musicale tonight 'at ~ tt(laie*fOT--her pupils at that place'. ~jl.eligh.tfjj.;-.program has beep.; ar- affair wil! be in the form of a patriotic gathering. Sergeant Major and Mrs." Thomas | Courtney arrived home _ last night frcrm_'jr_ .-iredding~tiip- -t» i Butler," | Youngstown. and. Cleveland, 0. Mrs. Courtney before her marriage 'was Miss Marie Opperman. Serjeant M_a- jor Courtney, vill ;reav$: tqiqo.rrw _for CampTLe'e, Petersburg, Va., where he is stationed. -.Latec he will be joined by STra.~ Courtney^ i - "V : V. ' '.; '. A well- attended -meetine"- "of the Christian 'Culture' cTaEs" of '.he"United Presbyterijtn church was held last ) A cottage prayer. ..meeting will be held tonight at 7;30 olclock at the home of Mrs. W. B. McCartney in Oak street. Ten members and one guest, were present at a very enjoyable meeting ot the West Side N'eeoUeworkers at which Mrs. Herbert Semones was hostess last evening at her home in Morrell avenue, Greenwood. Mrs. B. Frank Smith will entertain the club Thursday ev-enig, March '21. : FESSOKiaS. '; ·' : . ;. : ' . .Mrs. J. J. Barnhart;- Jn.-Sunnysidc, and Mrs. Harvey HarbauRi and two children are the guests ot Mrs. U. H. Craft of Union town.. today. . Mrs. T. H. Brcnnan, ' ot Johnston avenue, is visiting in -Kltsburg today. · Miss Martha Ruby of ' Unioatown is the guest ot Mis_s Katharine Frisbao today. Tonight-she will-attend the an-' nual reception of the Masonic Association, . ' . . . . You will be delighted with the handsome riew -spring fabrics .'wo have on display. .Dave Cohen, Tailor. -- Adv. Mrs. Josephine Reid of -Will's Road, ' is the suest'ol.-he ister, Mrs. J.'-'W. evening at the home ot Mrs. Ruth i tei .,j a y Kuukle in East Peach' street. Mrs. n ,, it ' \ Greensburg. Thomas Adams of Somerset, formerly ot Connellsville, . has . returned home after a visit with relatives here. .Mrs. Joseph. Dixon of Past Crawford avenue, visited relatives in- Pittsburg yesterday. --:· - · - -.The beat; place--to shop after all. Browne^ Shoe;-Co.^-Adv. ·· Mrs. Jacob Hobb of Mnrgantown, iva.1 the gaest of friends here yesterday. -. ;- :-- ·;-- .; -: '. : ;. ' · Mrs. Charles- Lenbart -tf - Morgantown, was a Connellsville visitor yes- Kuukle in East Peach' 3. C. Stauffer, the class teacher, was in charge of the devotional exercises, and -Mrs.,Margaret Buskirk, the class ifesident Jn Charge .ofitle business Quitm'an Donald Marietta and Cyrus Kennel left Wednesday night for Camp j at , Hancock, Augusta, Ga., to visit Wiliiam-Struble and Scott iysinger ot the 110th Regiment Hospital Corps. From ; members of'the class Auirusta they will go to Jacksonville, were reported ill. ·'- Tie Hed Cross ' Sooanittee · rqjorted'-'-five" scarfs, one pair of wrlsUeff and pi^pair of socks, completed .and';.turned^oyer. to the 1P fen Red' Cross-.; The: clas;s laeets.every Tuesday uigic ."at. ;the-::home ;pf the- ieacher. to .knit-far, the .soldiers; jfem- Kers'. "a.re alsol sewing:.'for the Red For the best and cheapest- repairs :on "ttrnt roof, conductor or spoutingi see P.. T.. Evans -Estate.--Adv. . . .... 1-Iarry Carney, Baltimore ; Ohio-detective in this city, is visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Carney of .Restorer.. Mr. Carney went.there to -to the liospital.'.' Tie annual class- supper will be held at.the;.regr. nlar -meeting in March.'- A Hoovemed menn will be served. Mr: and Mrs. E. Le_ckenb}' ;and son of the "H r est.':Side, .are spending the ".V stag dinner · and, Harry Bitner at their Vine street home last night for 1. Kay Smith, who leaves tomorrow night for Camp Lee with, the District No. 3 draftftes. Covers -stejSlalfTfar tear'and a well week-end with Mrs. Leekenby's sis.. ter, Mrs; J. H; Leckenby of Meyers. I dale, aod her.'son. Corporal William E.S h reke ^' w *° U "°TM "*» Camp serred by Mrs. Carrie BitnerT mather .of- the hosts. .Patriotic decorations prevailed and small flags- were' given as favors. Mrs. J. J. Thompson will entertain the Outlook club-Monday afternoon at her'nome in East'Cedar avenue. The Knit and Win Unit to theChar- PREPARE TO GREET TAFT Uniontown Ceminitee Arranging Details for JEx-Presidont's Deception. The 4 committee haying charge of- the arrangements for the reception of ex- President-Taft at Uniontown on March 7, wilt'meet :.toiuDrrow to complete the details.... The following -committees have been named: Tickets--Thomas H. Hudson, chairman; T. L. Howard, P. M. Semans, Jr. Music--^H. S. Dumoauld, chairman; JR W. PlayfoVd. ArrangementSr^-W. J. Sturgis; chairman; D. W. McDonald, S. Ray Shelby. Public-Safety--Judge a. E. Umbel, chairman;..G. S^Harah. . K ... ."Finance--John Lynch; chairman; C. K Lenhart, R. XI. Fry. . - . Mr. Taft will deliver 'his address in the ^est End theatre in the afternoon and be the guest ot the Fayette"County Bar Association, at its anual banquet at tlieTJniontown Country Club in Use evening. ' . MOTION PICTURES To Be Shown in Connection IVith In. connection with the address by Coagressman, Bruce F. Sterling Monday evening in the high school building iu the interest of the work' of the Navy League arrangements have been made for motion, pictures;, of army camps. They;- will be-shbwa before and after the address through the courtesy of C. A. Wagner of the Paramount theater, Th"e preliminary pi-ograra, starting at 7:i'5 o'clock will include a solo by McConnell. Rev," G. "W*. Bockner, pastor of the Christian church, a resident of England during three years of the war will introduce the speaker. MUST NOT HAVE LIQUOR Frieruls of "Draftees Are Asked to Xot Embarrass Tlicm. Attention was called /oday to~the prohibition by the military authorities ot furnishing draftees with intoxicants alter they have entered tho service, with a request that none be supplied ^hose leaving Connellsviile tomorrow. In the interest of the boys their friends arc asked not to ask. then: to break the rule. .Contest Set Bach For n · Lat«r into; Good'Onme 'I'liesday. Owing to the interest that has boon aroused in the high school basketball game.between Scotidalo and C-onnellE- vilte," beink played here tonight, t.he city loagun game between the MEIC- cabcea antl the Baltimore Ohio clerks has been postponed to a later Tuesday night the Baltimore Ohio will play the Connellsviile Garage. The railroaders have developed a better passing game and aim to beat the Garage with their own tactics. The preik/iinaiy game Tuesday night will be behvcrn tfio South ...Co.ineltaville girls and the ScottdaLe garis team. U. B. RKVrVAL leston Comforts Brant of the Navy j busines3 _ Hancock on a 10-day furloughr. Mrs;.. J. E.- ilcLaurine of":. .Water street, left yesterday morning for Spartoaburg, S. C., to visit .her husband;'First lieutenant' J..E. Me' Laii- flne. Mrs. McLaurine. was 'formerly Miss Anna. Feher. - - - - . - . / ' " ". Mrs. V. Conover of Buffalo, X. Y., who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Frank Drill of Morrell avenue, Greenwood, left this mornig for her home. Mrs. Drill accompanied her to Pittsburg. . ' Thomas. Robinson, a coal operator at Smithfleld, was in town today on LeagoerjrHl meet- Monday night at the ' in Eighth' _ street,- GreSwood. ·_-· .-i!IevehTMS!5riJ9)eti;oI:UiBlLadies' Bible class · of "fife First Baptist church attended the regular'.moathly meeting . -Mrs. .W; C. Dunham and daughter, Hiss Grace Dunham, are visiting in Wheeling,' W. Va. Mr. an* Mrs. Martin-Elliot of-Union-. town are visiting friends here. ..Stanley..Crow ia .in Pittsburg today ofll business.i Is to Stnrt Snuilny t'uder tfce Leader- shfji 0!' I'astor. Revival services will begin Sunday evening in the United Brethren church under the direction of the pastor. Rev. J. S. Showers. On Sunday night Rev. R. S. Showers, superintendent of tho Krie conference of the United Brethren churrh, and son ot t'ae local pastor, will be the speaker. The ably ·lowin^ sevt» days he is looking for an evangelist. e j?rst week the pastor will prob- not have assistance but the fol- BISHOP BELI, COJIli'G. 'fA.bout _tw_eniy-ihree Duslness^w.omen atteade'd 'Hie iwgS'y mesO^K of the Business Women's _Christian-associa- tioaji^ld last- evening in the" aasocia- tion''rooms in Odd Fellows' temple. South Pittsburg str.eet. Previous to the Bible study in charge of lira. J. French. Kerr, supper was served by women of the Metboelist Protestant church. T'~" . Plans for, the aunual thank offering held yesterday afternoon at the homrt'".'Attorney Ered'Alunson,.who enlisted of Mrs. E. E/Ciolemah Bi Morrell ave '-~ · i " . · · - . - .. nne. -Following tie business meeting tb.e. remainder ol the afternoon- was spent: at knitting _for thd soldiers and sailors. .. v_. · ~ ~ . ' Ordnance' department of the United Staes Army, left this morning for "Washington, D. C. - . -.Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd C. eff of Cumberland are visiting at the home' of the latter's grandmother, Mrs; Eliza J. Caster^ Mrs. Neff was toremrly Miss Phyllis Caster.* ···' Patronize those who advertise. X SUSPENDED. GIT ACQCABfTKD 1HTH BAXKEW. Many People .Are Sow I'or the First - Time- Getting AcaauiBt-ed WJfcb - - Thc'BinlL.- '·On account of :the: larger.yo.lume of money now. in circulation/ many peo- Jloiiat Flcnsiuit Cop Failed to Turn Orer Forfeit, Is Charge. Special to Tho Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, Feb. 22 -James Ncel, recently elected to the police force by council, .haa been suspended by Burgess Samuel P. Stevens for failure to. account for a $10 forfeit taken from a maa named Myers whom he arrested for allowing hia car to stand in a street without lights. Moody-White. SMITHFIBU3. -Feb. 22. -- Bonnie Moody and Ida White .will be married here Saturday. The bride-elect is a daughter.ot Mrs. Fila "SVhite, Call- tenjaoB-at'tJio hbine of ilriCS. T.TitetK ford itt'3orsh"Piti5iuri street. :. :.T. r the.- 3»fe r keeptag ot money; When, ;.'^.~ ."-".'.':--· " . . - : ; "..'^dn youx^.mopey;.co.mes in, .riejioslt !t with . Aii'Furlong- d*Hs'oUiiIly-..ettij Th"e-;Citizen^:-;:Nationa:iv;:-Bank, . 138 -.'s7 T. Aney-yo'rk club": North ,£ittsbure; street;: where' is..wiil s^ attenioon- ct hc_r; borne in it. avenue. \Vi-st Side. ~Nitte be under; United'.States Government protection. .Cheeking antl savings "ac- -eounts aro invited.--Adv. HO(,I aiMilXQ 9KSSIO.V. Delicious barf ay flavor Over 10% actual grain sugar produced in mafc- I Stuilcnts al High School "liehenrse ; Pntrlotlc anil Old 1'oJi,- Songs. i National Song.week was celebrated- j after-th'e ^chapel leierr.ises a't tSe high I school this morning. i The exercises opened with! .-"Tae j Star Spanglefl Banner" and closed with ''America." Other old selections were, --Massa's in Ihe Cold, Cold AND OTHER NECESSITIES , ' I N PARTS OF FRANCE Candles Are Only tteiuis of Ulmhina- , t!on t 'and OJhey Cost JSl^Ut Cento Each; Writes ScotWale Boy. Accompanying a letter received by Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon Stantz of Scott- dalo from Alva Hamilton, wlio is \vitli tfcc 15th Engineers somewhere in Prance, was a photograph oC the young: man j which indicates that Uncle' Sam's bows are being well fed. j ''-We are all weH,'j writes the yoyug man, "and are fas! Decoding acclimated. For the last three days . we have been having high, rather TV-arm winds which. . gives ono pleasant .thoughts oE spring. But the snow in T Jhe mountains was rather plentiful, so It is very .muddy here. This with the rain makes spring worse than the coldest part of toe winter, "We hare 40 men in camp'who arrived in France the latter part ot December, so they received no Christmas mall. "When your box o f . candy arrived I divided" it among them and they were- greatly pleased. ^-Thought you would he pleased to hear what I did with it. WQ all ley to be brothers as we are all working for tbe same cause, "We arc working hard in doing our bit for the good old U. S. A. At present I anv working at night and sleeping during the day; You talk about sugar being scarce in America. Here you can't buy oil, sugar, coa!' and many other necessities. We use candles for light at "night and they are very high. Before the war a small candJo cost 10 centime (two cents,} Now they cost 40 centime {eight cents.) A one or two page newspapers cqsts three cents and the pages are very small. A Sunday paper, like those of Pittsburg, would cost about a dollar, if there was one j that large. "Everybody here drinks wine, even the children. So far I have abstained, as I never Jnrlulgori while in the States. Suppose by the limo you receive this you will be having spring- like weather." EWfriigES^^ FOREIGN Thej- Take Up Kfd Cross IVork IViUi Tim at Daivson. The foreign girls of Da-wson, under the direction of Mrs. K. J. Bell, hare taken up making surgical dressings and have compietixl SSid packs of surgical bandages. There nr e no alien enemies among them, many having brothers who nrc "our boys" in tie army. Surgical dressing classes for all are held on Fridav; on Monday night for American girls and on Tuesday nights for foreign girls. The Red Cross work rooms in tho Cochrnn banquet hnll arc open on Wednesdays.^Thursdays and Fridays of every week and a full supply of goods is promised for next week. OUR EARLY SHOWING IN Our Coats, Suits and Dresses this year are very moderately priced and the styles are wonderful. The materials are ike best that can be bought and the shades are all the latest. Our prices in Coats range from $18.50 to $S5.50 Our price in Suits range from $22.50 to $69.50 Our prices in Dresses range from $16.60 to $80.00 We cordially invite you to impact these lutes. FIFTY MILES AN HOUR Is Too Speedy for Dnnbnr n.nl Burgess Tnkes n Hand. Charged with violating the automobile speed law at Dur.bar on Tuesday, John Mesko of Dunbar, was given a hearing before Burgess Alex Duncan and ordered to pay a fine of $10 or spend 10 days !n jail. Mesko paid the fine. The speed limit is 15 miles per hour and Bursess Duncan, who saw X'cr-ko driving a! a rate or oO miles per hour, summoned Policeman- Rosa S. May and ordered him to place the reckless driver under arrest. Burgess Duncan will make -a special effort to break upsthe automobile speeding at Dunbar from now on. 'The Store Ahead" Tlic HOME of OufllJTY end Ss? ,C»tol33 IJPiTTSSUR6 M. CowUlSVJUt Butterick Patterns CTHi !1V£C MILL LlfM Cnilcd Brelhcm Wgnlfarr Will lie in City Iu ytarcli. Bishop William M. Bell, of Washington, D. C., will be in Connellsville j March 10 to attend the 15th anniversary of the dedication of the United Bretheru church in Lincoln avenue. The bishop was to have lectured Ja tho local church several weeks ago but his visit came at the time of a severe cold wave which put the church heating system out and made necessary postponement of tho services. - . And Then ToUes AH That Is lu tlie Baker's Cash Drawer. Special to Tl-ie Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, Feb. 22.-- The other evening a boy came into tht stove of Charles Graul and asked tor a loaf of bread. The case iu the store was empty and Mr. Graul wont to the shop in -tin', rear for the loaf. When he returned the hoy was gone and gone, too, was about J25 in cask from the register. The baker recognized tie boy and an effort is being made to recover Ihe money. Pcnplis who sufEcr from f o u r stomach. ! f T m e n u t i o n of food, distress ar'Jf-r c.-u- I las :incl InillECsUi,!:. anil «·«!( ri-lict i« I ItrBo chunks ol un-tllii;i:il clis«siors. art! k i l l i n g t h e i r stoni: 1 .-:!!:; t)y inaciton just J as surely :LM thu victim of morphine is j iloaiienins a.nd i n j u r i n g ijoyonrl repair every nerv^ in hib IjuUy. i WliaL the stomach of every sufterer from ir-cflKOstion needs is a good pre! scriplion tlml will Duild un his stom- i ach, put strenKl-h. energy and eiastie- ity Into it, and make it s t u r d y enough to tliffp.-tt a hearty meal, w i t h o u t iirti- flchil :ud. The hest prescription for indUreptiun ever tvriUen la sold by drugsis'ts everywhere and by A. A. Clarke and is rigidly i^uaruntted to huiid up the stomach 'itrci cure irjditft'JUion. or moin:y baclt. ) This prescription in named Ml-u-na. 1 und i« fio'.d in small tablet foi in In tablets. They never £;ul.--Adv. OWNED LOCAL SECURITIES : PREPARE FOR FINAL EFFORT TO STAY SALE OF BANK BUILD!! SCOTTDALE TONIGHT. nigh School Will Pl»y Against Town lioj-s nt I,DcnI Gjiu. The CpnnollavHle higli school basketball team will go up against the Scottdale high team tonight on the local gym floor. The local boys were defeated some time ago when Scott- date was played on the home floor, but there ia hope for a victory tonight. The Connollsville team will present a new lineup when tho game starts. Moore has been taken from centor and placed on a guard again, with Jimmie McConnoll Jumping center. McCon- acll's place- at forward has been filled by BUI Lyons. ; Latt- 7Irs. Slcriellnnd of Uniontowu j Stockholder in City Blinks. I Thn appraisemenl of the persona 1 : ; propc-rly of the late Mrs. Margaret J. ; Moi-'icUand of Unionttiv.'n, Kl-.ovvs tSiat , shr v.-as the owner of KG sharer; ot tiie ; capital stoclt of the First National iBank of Cor.nellsville. which V.T.S ap- I praised at $21,900, and of H6 shares j of the stock of the You^h Trant cnin- j p a n y of Connellsviile, appraised at j?l-i,SOO. x i Araoug other holdings \verc 41S ' shares of Pennsylvania railroad stock, '$19,43?; 127 shares of Wheuc-1 Coal ', Cckc company, ?aS,150; 21S shares of I National Bank of Fayette County. Uu- i ionlown, 531,930; 31 bonds Pittsburg- i ^ostmoreland Coal comiiany, ?H.OOO. : und certificate nf deposit in J. V. ] Thompson estate, $24,89.1.59. The en; t r r c pcrfional property is appraised al , Ju'dini:; 01 Creditors of First r alloi i Lniouloivti, Called for Tunitrlit a j Coiirilionse. In a final effort to prevent the s : tomorrow of the First XatiO'jal a; . building, Uniontown, a meeting of ; positors and stockholders in the ci ;ed institution has been called for i / evening at 7:30 o'clock at tbe coi jhoiise. The noiico sent out reads: ] "This is a crucial moment in · readjustment ol the Thompson affa · Wha.t is done in the near f u t u r e r I have a lasting effect on the indust i welfare of the coimv,unity." ! The statement says further thai 1V. Thompson will be present : | make a statement, j Resolutions are to be drawn up ; Colored IVoincn Onrnnize. ij n l r a n f i coinpirollcr John Skel A unit of the Charles Comforts ' wifllams prolesting j'.gainst the s Branci: of ibs Navy Lc-aguc was or-; Toiiiorrov.- in court in Pittsburg MRS. RICHARD TATI.OR. , A husband and eight children are I sanizec! among the colored women o t | trjstces of the Thompson estate left to 'nourn the loss of Mrs. Clara i ' i c *iy yesterday afternoon a.t a ; continue the fight. Martha Herbert Taylor, who died o f , mectin ? Mld TM » le A- ME. church | . pneumonia yesterday morning at her!" 1 l!l(! \ e ^ bldci - Urs - A!lcc home at Vanderbilt. The child-ensure- '"St" 11 Ol " Mrs. Ella Maison, Herbert, Wilma,! eti chairman h.soii avenue, was elevt- ' The unit will meet onci' fifTc Twit: vpAPS ULii'J iltlj iLJiiuJ Grace. Lauretta, Richard, Jr., Charles «oek and the women arc very en- hnsmst ic over the work which t hey or Svliiutli'lilpcbrr I.ci Off V. Ligiif jVcscrttmi Scnlonce. Waller I. Shindeldecijer, Conne Wiiliam, GeraMine ani Kenneth Tay Harry May, East Roverslde, and Mrs. .Williani Critchfleid, Uniontown. Mrs. j Taylor was 37 years old on last January 5. Hev. S. W. Bryan will of- organization of the unit. her 30 and was arrested at Conne j villo whoro he escaped with Rich jl-Ioist. anotlser deserter, by sawing ' linlist In Army. Thomas J. Boyle, of Scoitdr.le, a r d i w a y ' o u t of the Connellsville lotl nciate"at"tlie'fuaem'l sarvices which i Charles M. Conley, of Point Marion.! ShindeidecUcr is no-.v at Fort Jay. : will be held Sunday at 2 o'clock in the! ra!isled in Ule U n l t c d Stalcs urm J' in Vork Methodist Episcopal church. Pitisburg yesterday. HuiiUnf:; Kurgnlns ! You will find tlicm lu our ad, c6lua Jonathan. .Moody superintendent .of . the Prospect Coal company will hold a reception for the young.couple at the. old Mathiot mansion: on tire hill. - - ..:. . Snt Aftec-i'tirnltHrc. " Tiie arrest of C. J. Packman rocont- ly on a charge of : assault and battery preferred' by Mrs. Louvlna Guthrin of the South- Si(te. resulted from Packman's attempt to collect a small bill and not because of an attempt to possess liimaelf of household goods. It -was charged lie brcks ia the door and abused Mrs. G-uthrie. - . I Loses His Toes. August Kowatz or Trotter, 3C years old, met with an accident this morning la the mines of the H.- C. Frlok Colce company at Trotter which resulted in the loss ot.all ot his toes on the right foot. He also suffered slight scalp wounds.. He -was brought to the Cottage State hospital. IVeil In Cumberland. George Hutehoson o£ Dnnbav and Saville June Gillaugh ot Uppermid- dletown; Thomas Henry Wingrove of Flora, Pa., and Margaret Frances Anderson ot Perryopolis; George Franklin Wilson, oC Counclisvilie, and Sfnvcs to 'Scolfrliife. Elinor Blgloy of Cross Roads has moved to Scottdale where he recently purchased a property. Sell Murray has occupied the Bigley place at Cross Roads. Patronize tbosc who advertise. , lluu , 11I .,,,,. ,,. _,.,, , Ir i evasy human body there is continual strife betwe. NOTM Bcai of Mount pleasant, were i tne forces of Jaealth and disease, while headaches, nervousne and frequent colds mean weakness and forerun sickness. In changing seasons your system needs tiie oil-food granted land. to wed ia At SETT Tork Shew. . Joe C. Keaney of Scottdala is in . .New York attending the Madison Ground , ."Qld Kentucky Home", "Old · Snuare. dog show.- He has some Bos- I Black Joe" and "Dixie". .More vim ton terriers on exhibition. t ] than, is generally displayed by the stu-'. . j jflents in chape! singing was.put into Bring results. -Cast only le a ward. I j^the songg. ^ _ :_ ' ; · · · ] . ClossiHed Adrertlsomejils 1 llirthilnj- .Kwnts. The William Kurtz Post 104 Grand Araiy llepitblic is attending a birthday party this afternoon at the homu o£ W. H. Gladden on the Wo.it Side. I The party will be or. W. H. Gladden j. ! and J. O. Hicks members of the post-1 S T H M A There is no "cureTM but relief ia alien brought by-- to increase fee red corpuscles of the blood and create tl Don't wait until your blood is im- j resistive power which thwarts colds, tonsilitis, ihr? troubles and rheumatism. Sooit's is high-powered medicinal-food without tin or alcohol. One bottle now may prevent a sickness. The imported jrorwcriiw cod tivcroil used in Stall's £mt;f.»Vn is jowreiin. our own AiBdlcau latomtorics which tuaractes It free -o=iItajliSfcfc Scott . no-wne, Bioomfield, X, J. j poverished and you are siclc and ail-; ing; take Hollister's Jlorty Mountain | Tea now; it iviil drive out tiie germs of Winter, purify the stomach, regu-i late tho bowels--nature's spring j tonic-cleanser, Connellsviile Drug Co.

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