The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 26, 1918 · Page 8
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, February 26, 1918
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PAGE EIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER, CUNNEULib, PA. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 191S. SUPPOSED GERMAN AGENT PROWUNG ABOUT MILL TOWN Visits foundry and machine - Works in Search of Old Arc Lights. FAILS TO CLAIM THE GOODS Children of Fmblie Schools Actively £ag»f*d in PrOTMing Comforts for tke War Orpfeaas of Pnaee Bad Belgian; Presbyterian Services. Special- to The Courier. SCOOTTDALE, Feb. 26.--At the Scottdale Foundry Machine company's works they are wondering who the man might have been that wished to buy worn, out arc lights from tbe company. A short time ago a well dressed man. of the appearance of a traveling salesman appeared at the machine shops and made inquiry concerning buying electric 'lights that conld no longer be used. Mr. Pricb- ard, the manager,, was called and the lights being of no nse to Pricnard, he ~wag glad to unload and the strange gentleman, 'seemed so very nice and ·wished, to look the sxtpply orrr so that Mr. Prichard spared no tone nor trouble in showing the man where the lights were and Jost how man? he had to 'offer for sale. After carefully looking around tbe man explained to Mr. Prichard that he had been at the pipe mill and American Sheet Tin Plate mm and that they had some arc lights that gutted his purpose and that It would be necessary for him to let *"" know at a later date how l many lights Ins people conld use. Not j- wishing to spend more time with tbe I nan Prtcbard went on and later it | was learned that the stranger had 5 been hanging around for seme time | that day and later had disappeared. It % i» now believed the smooth stranger § waa none other than a German agent traTehng through this "part of the *" country to learn who is making war supplies andvwhat AUiBg Tf*z Orphans. The sad stories of how the French and Belgium children suffer have tooebed the hearts of tbe Seventh and Eighth trades so that even though it iinot Hed Cross worK they aie taking old garments aid remodeling them into warm garments for these French and Blri»n war orphans. Any old 1 dotting that can be cut down an'ri made into clothes for these win be cheerfully received by these girls who man to find an agency through which they can reach the sufferers c there. To Arouse Interest Rev. J. E. Hotchinson, pastor of the First Presbyterian, church, has arranged for a number of mid-week prayer services to keep np the interest in church hvork. They are March 8. praise service, D. H. Kell, leader, , assisted by the choir; March 13, "The Call of the Master," Mrs. J. E Hutch- iuson, assisted by the 'Women's Bible class; March 20, Young People's night, with Charles Hall, leader, assisted by the Boys' Bible class; March 2T. Easter meeting, with Mrs. Ida Parker, leader: April 3, praise service, with Mr«_"W. A. Gordon, leader, assisted by tie TOwtminster Guild; April 10, new members' night, Mrs. \V. F. Shotts". leader, assisted by the social committee^or April: April 17, Business men's night, with "G. F. Kelly, leader, assisted by the Men's Bible class; April 14, Mill men's night, with Robert" Ritchie, leader; May 1, praise ser- Tice. Mrs..J. H. Smith, assisted by the Missionary societies; May 7, Old Folks' night, with A. S. Loucks, leader: May 15, Sunday-school teachers' night, with "Vniljam Idling, leader; May 22, church offlcers"night. E. It Stoner, leader; May 29, pastors' night, Rev. J. B. Hutchinson. leader, assisted by the elders. Tearow-TTirigmt Russell K. Tedrow of Scottdale and Emma B. Wright of East Huntingdon township were married on Saturday morning at the office of Justic-? of tie Peace J. R. Walker in Mount Pleasant. Hone on Furlo»gJi. Frank "McCairns from Fort Slocum, JC Y , is home on a furlough, visit- ]'ng his wife, Mrs. McCairns, at her home in Everson avenue. Personal Xotes. H.' B. Lee is in Troy, N. "ST. on business. ' ". Miis. Pearl Thomas spent tho weekend witb Mrs. J. B Coughenour of Connellsville. ' Miss Emma Miller of Mount Pleas- anr spent the week-end at thu home of her brother, John Miller here. Miss Edna Kennel!, a student at Indiana Normal, is borne for a few days with, her parents, Mr. and Mrs Jonas Kennel!. Mrs. .Albert Keister, Jr., is visiting ~ her parents at Glassport. ' Frank Home 'went to Pittsbnrg yesterday to join the navy. Edward Flnnerty of Company E. ' 110th Regiment, Camp Hancock, has returned to camp after appending a furlough at his home here. Thomas Lynch spent the week-end '" at Washington. D. C. CiERKS PLAY TONIGHT B. 0. and GaraJrc Will line Up for t*e First Ti»le This Season. The Baltimore ft Ohio clerks will »Iay the Connellsville Garage five at the .Maccabee hall tonight. The Garage and the railroaders aie meeting for the first time this season Both teams have developed a good passing same and the railroaders expect to lose the jinx that has been trailing the team since the opening of the season, by defeating the motor boys The preliminary for tonight is arousing much interest, both in Scottdale and Connellsville. The game will be between the South Connellsville girls and the Scottdale girls. The visitors have not been seen in action here for several weeks. Quickest Pain Kifler on Earth arnstarinc Stops All Pain in Half the Time it Taies Other Remedies--Oftentimes in The Minutes. Subdues Inflammation »nd Reduces Spellings With Amazing Speed.' TAKES ONLY OWE 25 CENT BOX TO PROVE IT CONNELLSVILLE LADY . OVERCOMES USE OF MORPHINE "Troubled about 10 years with what tbe doctors called gall stones, often I thought-I would die before the doctor could get here, when he would give me a hypodermic of morphine and advise, an operation. A neighbor told me about Mayr's Wonderful Remedy for stomach trouble and since taking the first dose 2 years ago I hare not had an attack nor needed a hypodermic." It is a simple, harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the inflammation whirh causes practically nil stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, "Including appendicitis One dose will convince or money refunded. --Adv. GIVES ADVICE TO SUFFERERS Misery was His Daily Companion Until Master Meri-/ icine Came to Uis Relief. Don t be downhearted' Never mincl if you have cried platters and ltnltn.cnis and other thing's that don t start f* banish the pain ag-ony till day after tomorrow . 1C you want to \i\\\ piin, get rid of aches--draw out irifi,im.mation and make a.11 fwelHnjjs disappear with amtztnar speed get a 25c box of MUS- TARJTN"E rig-ht away. Chemist Bogy discovered ilustarine. He made it of good, honest, true yellow mustard--added other pain-destroy mff ingredients--took out the blister and astonished the medical profession by Dawson. '*I E had catarrh of the stomach in its most Drastic form," say Henry Fenstermacker, a well known cement worker, of ABentown. Pa. "This had spread down into my lower bowels and words cannot describe my sufferings. "I hated to see morning come, for as soon as I got up I would suffer an attack of nausea and there would come a boring pain, in my abdomen that would double me up like a jackknife. "My appetite was good, but I didn't dare to eat. for so sure as I ate even the simplest food there would follow those agonumg pains. I also suffered constantly from sick Headache. "I tried remedy after remedy, and I don't know how many prescriptions, but I just kept on geting worse instead of better. "I had almost lost hope of ever getting well when I began using Taniac, It was jwoaderf ul how quickly it re- heved me. ^ow I have been entirely relieved and have no more suffering Those pains in my stomach have disappeared. my bowels are as regular as clock work, my headaches are gone and I can eat heartily and enjoy every mouthful." Tanlac, the famous Master Medicine, is now sold here by Conaellville Drug Co. Tanlac can also be secured in Dunbar at D. C. Eason's drug store. -- adv MUST STAND TESTS DAWSON, Feb. 2$.-vMiss Gladys has returned home from, a thi ee months' tay with fnends and relatives in Chicago. Mr and Airs. James Meehan spent over Sunday vrith friends ia Pittsfaurg. .Mrs. George Luiqlc of Wc^t Newiop is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Arthur ieldfion. Frank Van Horn was calling on fnends in Connell^ville Saturday af- ternon. George Dcitrich who has been spending the past few days with friends has returned to his borne in Pittflburg. Mr. and Mrs. William Ambrose of IMt. Bradock were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ch-arles Goal. Mrs. Junen Rlssel left Saturday £or Camp Lee, to visit her husband who is in training there. g-lvlngr to the world a preparation ( ten times better Grandmother's cood old-faahioncd hut d i r U and blistering musto-rd p!abler | I Mustarine rellejves backache, headache, toothache cUrachc jJidi neuralf;! 11 In five minutes--fjn an h o u i all misery ·H. ill tlfs ippear ' Sore tnroat ffocy ove- nipht--lumba- go aeron I n ar h o u r Cheat colds, -stilt neck, n o u i 'tis, pleurisy, r h e u m a t i c pairi ftnrl u u e l l i n g b all yield p r o r i p t l y and arc speed H\ e n d e d with Miistn,nne, the original mustard plaster substitute in the e l l o w box--on! 25 cents. Dickerson Run. DICKBHSON EUN. Feb. 25 -K. K. Jnvm has returned home after spending last week with relatives and frienfls at Boll Vernon. .Mrs. Ellen Atchoson of Scottdale is spending a few days -witti fnends o.t Vanderbilt. W. S. Smith P . L. U Signal Mam- tamor spent Svimiay £ncnds at Beaver Falls. E. O. Lint of Somerset spent Sunday here visiting hib parents Mr. and Mrs. A. N Lnt if. E Strawn of Davson was tho gnest or frlcods her last evening. Mr. and .Mrs. Earl Lmt of .UcKees Rocks is sptmdlns a "cw clays here visiting relatives and Mends- i Charles Boyd was a business callot at Iftilonto^n Monria}. Patronize those who advertise. Commissioned Officers ut C«np Hancock Will Discharged. Tbe coram Issioned officers of the 2Sth Division, ai Camp Hancock, oJ -which tie HOtii Sediment is a part, are to be ghen physical tests to determine whether they are fit, according to army standards, to engage In overseas service. The tests will Inciutie the following events; 100-yard dash, 14 seconds; running ooard jump, 13 £eet; standing broad jump, seven feet; running high jump, four Tect, one mile run, seven minutes; chinning self three times; putting a 12-pound shot, 30 feet, and throwin-g hand grenade, 35 yards. Officers must qualify in five of the events which, they will select from the eight named. Tliose falling to meet the requirements will be honorably daMarged. PARAMOUNT THEATRE TODAY PATHE PRESENTS MRS. VERNON CASTLE IN "VENGEANCE IS MINE" IN 6 ACTS. T 0 M 0 K R 0 VT BLUEBIRD PRESENTS FRAXKL.YN TARXUM D) "THE FIGHTING GRIN" ALSO I, KO COMEDY IN 2 ACTS. SFECfAL IN S ACTS. Ohiopyl*. OHIOPYLB, Feb. 23--Mrs. Maust ol Terra Alta, W. Va., after a visit spent in Pittsburg, arrived here yesterday to visit her daughter and son- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jesie Wolfe. Mrs. Elmer !£}att ana daughter, Mary, of near GreenSburg are the guests of Mr and Mrs. I. P "W'ood- mancy. S[rs. Mary Jane "Williams o£ Kentuck was shopping in town yesterday. Mrs. Williams is in her 76th year and makes the trips to town by walking. liss Alice Jackson of Uniontown is spending a few days here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Burnworth and daughter of near Pittabnrs arrived here yesterday to visit at Mapfe Summit. ORPHEUfVS THEATRE TODAY SBSSDn HAYAKASVA IN T1IK CAM 0V THE HAST" A brilliant Japanese actor la a dynamic story oC the land ot tho Mikado. Also a Good Cjpmedy. TOMORROW A thrilling drama of the Golden Wet Wro. Fox presents TOM iUX in "CUITD'S EOtfSI) UP" Thursday--William Russell in "IN BAD " Head the advertisements. TH"ko to Merchants who advertise their good* Th« Daily Courier. DRINK H A B I T KKMAJH.B H03tE TREAODEST. The Omne treatment for breaking up the Irmk^ Habit can be used with absolute confidence. It destroys all desire for whiskey, beer or other alcoholic stimulants. If you tail to got results from Omne, your money will be refunded. ^ Orrine No. 1, secret treatment; No. 2,'voluntary treatment. Costs J1.00 a box. Ask for booklet. COIOTMSTILIJE DEUG COJffAHT, W. Crawford Avenie. fi/f ft ft /\ta ·BiH"i" M ·iimr 1 SOISSON THE1TRE TODAY AND TOMORROW Hall Caine's Peerless Play of Eeal Life "THE CHRISTIAN" OJfCE SEEJf, 5EVEK FORGOT'JCEJf TEE EVENT OF THE TEAR KESOIVE TO SEE IT AM) DO SO Big loc Watinee Daily at 2:30. Evening Shows at 7:30 and 9:15. ts. Clean, Progressive Amusement for the Whole Family. TODAT. i AMERICA'S GREATEST 90-POUND COMEDIAN, Jack Fuquay and ZARROW'S LITTLE BLUE BIRD CO. IN THE 45 CENTIMETER MORTAR OF MrLITART TRAVESTY, MUSIC AND MIRTH, "OFF TO THE TBOST" FEATURING THE BLTJBBIRD TRIO MISS LILLIAN ZEIGLER BILLIE PENTON THE IRISH TENOR S^EAD CLARK BLUEBIRD BEAUTY CHORUS. Ask for and Get Gold Bond Stamps With Every Purchase. Four Days--BEGINNING WEDNESDAY Hundreds of Brand New Aprons--All Kinds-All Sizes--At Attractive Price Concessions Aprons by the dozens--lor every ·woman and for every use. More aprons than "we have ever brought together at one time, and, everything considered, we believe better aprons. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday--best time of all the · to buy them. --A great number of Fancy White Aprons--plain or with lace and embroidery trimmings. A good assortment of pretty styles. Regular 50c values, special at ·--Another big assortment of Fancy White Aprons of most excellent quality. Some are plain. Some have beautiful 5ace or embroidery' trimmings. Regular 75c to $1.00 values special at .. _ --A limited number of Cover-all Aprons o£ light percale, in stripes and figures. Three styles to choose from. SJZPS 3S, 40 42 and 44. Regular S9c values, special at _ --360 Percale Aprons in plain colors or i in light grounds ivith multi-colored plaidb, stripes, and black-and-wuiie ef- fecls. New Spring models IB hizes 38 to 44. Extra Special at. ,, . --120 Percale Aprons of excellent quality. Plain colors, or light grounds with plaids and stripes. Sizes 3S to i 50 bust. Extra special at - White Middies $1.50 each Black Bloomers $1.85, $1.95 Pair. Wonderful New Spring Clothes Are Coming Into the Apparel Sections At this important time when women are planning and choosing wardrobes for the coming season, scarcely a day pabses w i t h o u t bringing new and delightful spring stales. Suits Coats Dresses Waists * Skirts MiJinety Sweaters Petticoats ilany women make it a point to drop in a little while each day for every da distinctive new stjles are being displayed and offered for sale the first time. These new modes proclaim a. beauty of design, coloring and workmanship which has never been surpassed. Every Garment in the Lot Moderately Priced ';Sl^._:£2k^Jcbl The New Curtains on Display Tnero are so many pretty now patterns not shown hefore this Si)'ing that making selections from them now wIL be found a clelightfu' and profitab e experience Lace Curtains in the popular Nottingham and square roesh uca\es; cable net curtains Marquisette curtains; Madras curtains; nek curtains--all that the most exacting housewife could desue m Quality and value. --TJICC Cnrtnins BSc to $6.00 pair. --Tadras Curtain', in niiife, S1.SO to ?i50 pair. --Marquisette Curtains $1.00 t« feoO pair. --Madras Curtains, in colors. $2.50 la S5.TO pair. --lace I'nneling in C, 1. 9 and 10-inch sections. Can Ire ina^e ti fit anj- v.indotr. Fine rallies at 15c to $1.35 tho section. "OT JBPOfS T1SE

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