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, MARCH 7, 1918. THti DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. PAGE THREE. NOTES TELL WHATS HAPPENING IN THE MILL TOWN F. C. Wray Is Named Kzplo- clre Licensing Agent for Westmoreland County. HI. HOST EHFDRCE ;THE UW . : ' . ol Stoihg imi ud Tkelr VK am Krp*rt Tiolatkns; Â·fl'ir.-ud Chnrch Workers Actiie. days with Mr. Â»nd Mrs. G. M. Strickler. J. L. Love, Lewik Marotti anlfcgalplL Black hare returnid home Irqin abus- ineas trip to Detroit, Mich'. ' ' ..*Â· 'Â·'". W. A. Cosgrore and son, 'William; Jr. spent Wednesday in Pittsburg. v Jliss Carrie Dull, Mrs. Irene Rohm and Miss Elizabeth 9he.rrard were'rec- ent Conellsville shoppers. Mrs. Prank 'Baglej. and. daughter were Connellevflle callers Wednesday. Â·Paul H. Collins and Philip Slmllen- bergerr have returned home from Detroit, Michigan, where''they tave attended, an automobile school for the past two weeks. . Â·' -Â·.. Mrs. Brett, of Uniontown is visiting her Bister, Mrs. O. U. Mower today. Â· Frank Galley was a business caller in Pittsburg on WednesiJijx Nelson Moore, of New Genera, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Moore yesterday. GOOD-BYE BACKACHE, KIDNEY AND BLADDER TROUBLES T Special to The Courier. I SCOTTDAIE, March 7.-- F. C. Wray iio received an appointment from the Bureau of Mines, Washington, D. C., as of license agent for 'Westmoreland 'county. In this capacity Mr. -^ray wilLi all brecclies of tbe.law, wnlch id'clu4ei. explosions, thefts of^explo- sivw, caaca where explwirej are not. "care/uHy htandled. where explosives are not protected and where they are icot kept in proper buildings. : Flnt Straw Hat. Gay Reese -'broncht m the spring xeason with Ms gtraw tat beating Alex i Â·Lowe the druggist this year. Mr. | Lowe W. VA. MINISTER ENDORSES THIS A Smflferir' For Tears 'VimBclf;. He Tells of Great fiewedy for Ckronic, DinrrhM. CURED HIM, BUILT-HIM- UP FKELS LDLE A -SEW 3U5 Iown .in Mississippi a farmer.un- For centuries all over the . world GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil has afforded relief in thousandr'upon thousands of cases ot lame back, lumbago, sciatica, rheumatism, gullstones, gravel and all other affections of the .kidneys, liver, stomach; bladder and allied fr- sans. - r t acts quickly. Undoes the work. . .It cleanses -your kidneys and purifies the blood. . It makes a ,new man, a new woman, ul von. It frequently wards off attacks |of- the dread and fatal diseases of the |kidneys. It often completely cures thp distressing diseases of the organs of the body, allied with the bladder Bloody or cloudy urino, "brick^duat" indicate condition. - , d kidneys. sediment, or n unhealthy WILLIAM H. JOHNS EEClt) PRESIDENT OF BAHEN COMPANY Tromincnt in AdTertLsing Field and Long Associated With Late , George Batten. The recent death of George Batten, president of George Batten Company, Inc., a pioneer of Do iwt delay a minute If your back aches or-y.ou are sore across the loins t)r ha%-e difficulty when, urinating. Go to your drugrprist at once and pet a box of. imported COTjD MEDAT^ Haarlem On Capsules. They are pleasant and easy to" take. They dissolve in the itoniACh, and the kidneys noak up the does water. They and wash o u t ; the ys and throw oft: the ol! like a thoroughly, clnan bladder and kidn inflammation w h i troiible. Your dr refund- your rnoni isfled after a ia is ; cause of ; the igpist will cheerfully Â· I f you are not ! sat- days* use. Accept ' o n l y , the pure, oririnal GOb'D Haarlem Oil Capsules. None geniTThc.: -- Adv. N Â·TOPLAYD.T.H.S. Local High School Fire Will (Â·Â» to Leispnrinc on Friday. The nigh school basketball team will play the Dunbar township five \ on the township floor Friday evening.! The locals lost to Dunbar on the floor here at the beginning of the season but expect to even up with a victory] on Friday. ' "~ busi- ^ n Saturday night the locals will ness and for many years 'bue of its ; P l a ^ the German township ' most prominent representatives has i l i b n here ' The , varsity five is being followed by the election of William H. Johns to the presidency of Uie epcxsit of peculiar i company founded by Mr. Batten. :the straw liat. on happy that spring jsirangely ted when -the air and rain 'striick-.it He was poor that day but ' i became rich almosr-'pver night -be- Â·was coming. ;: Â· Bcwil BiUge. ' 'Mrs. Mas Miller ertertained with.a J cill se ijk e -the. discoverer ot radium, Abridge whist at her tome here yester- ! he ^ad unearthed another natural ifiay for the benefit ot the Jewish war I phenomena. ' Â· ' " Â· ' isuffierers. The flrsfcjrize was won by | ^r- lth almost unlimited facilities. ;Xirs. Leasure Click, Jt. Pleasant; the; g' rea t. C are, and- a 99 year lease, the ;second'by Miss Atria Posner, ML '. Fe n-odine Chemical Corp. is working /Pleasant. Among uose-. who w e r e i ^ f j me aicine .mine, extracting ore. 'Â· present were Mrs. 3aclc Davis, Missli-pujyjjjj^g jt_ compounding it 'and iFiiroan, Miss lliller;.\IIss Ella Berenj^jj-j- : it in hfehlv- concentrated rand Miss Estelle. MJler, pittaburg'; ' ; ilrs. Charles PTOSE and Miss Reba- TRacusin, Greensburj; Mrs. Feather: man and daughter, .Leona, and tie ^Missts Aaron,.ContellsyiHe; Mrs. B. | ,,", "is best"told"by -users of iu. I Posner, Mrs. Myer 'csner, Miss Anna E j- Garte n, oÂ£ Talcatt; W. Va., wri Â· and Id* Posner, its. Leasiire Click, :Mrs. Ella' Levingn, Mrs. William iRacusin, Mrs. R. (erectter. Miss lola I Zeckhauser. e sÂ«Â«mec(gJUBt a iinlc peeved to [earthed, one day, a deposit o share honors-lhthHeÂ«se,.but he irore hooking gray .mineral which turned , There could he no more logical successor than Mr. Johns to the responsibilities long held by Mr. Batten as chief of one of the greatest advertising agencies now in the field, for the business asBOciation of the two men corei-s a period of thirty years. In 188S. when Mr. Batten was advertising manager fijr Funk Wagnalls, Mr. Johns was a solicitor in his department. In 1S91 Mr. Batten started the company which bears his name, and Mr. Johns was one of his first em- ployes. He became a partner when the business was incorporated, jn 1004, and had been its vice-president since that time. That Mr. Johns is recognized as one of the most prominent men in the advertising Reid today Is indicated by his recent appointment as Charman of the Division of Advertising of the liquid form to its big plant In Rbanoke, Â·Va.;' : where it is,tested,' bottled' and shipped to all parts of the country wonderful this strange -min- Kev. PRAISES IT- 'I suffered from chronic diarrhea put through a hard practise by Coach Alderfer this week and arc ready for a cleanup Fri'day and Saturday. TO TVCT THK V\K. The U. S. Oovemmont Requests EcÂ«ni-. i omy In all Thinfrs. . [ Everything you save, whether itgis! food, fuel, clothing or cash, strength- Â· ens the government by adding to its ; available resources and helps win the j war. Savings accounts may be 'started at the old, reliable First National j of Connellsvillo with ?1. Liberal in- ] terest.--adv. | Who to Tatronize. Merchants who advertise their good.** The Daily Courier. Committee on Public Information, ihe Mrs. Jerome Kobacker, j for close to fifteen, years and ; tried MiÂ»s'Rosieline ; Kbacker,' Mrs. Louie many methods and medicines without dlvision ha bccn created by ,,,,;,,' " ' Severa; Kd f ors live order of President Wilson, for me but one | .. Thc busjness Qf George '. Lerlnson and Mrs George Tcitelhaum, Mt. Pleasant.. Pmst GfBds.Gatier.' i ' Â· The "Westmorland .County Past Grands Associapn-wiU meet at Scottdale with I. oii. F. lodge No. 855 on permanent relief., failed to do anything c u n day a-friend told me about Acid^^ Iron i CompanJ ._,. ^ Mr . Johns . itl Mineral, and I want to say to all who read this that it not only gave me temporary relief, but it cured- me .of ; Tuesdav everili March 12th. '. chronic diarrhea of fifteen years ' " Jleeff Postiwned. standing and built up my nervous sys- Owini to'th coming of Caj.tain Jack ten in such a way I felt like a new ' DeBeaufort "iose lecture had to be- man. The vcryifirst bottle did wonders : pbstponed aVeral weeks' : a K o on ac- 'or me. I catf^never jay ^enough for "count ol'.di/omatic ' reasons, . - Civic - Club meetii has been postponed this great medicine which they are getting from a wonderful 'deposit ' At the -_. . - wuicti wiPe" held Tuesday evening at Â· 7: SO o'ci*'iÂ° the high school building Mr. 'ag'.e, the Y. M. C. A. sec: retary, 'i : grounds. play- from Money until. Tuesday-evening, j which the Creator left,, it 'seems, for the Civic Club | the very purpose of curing our ailments." The above minister's enthusiasm over this great natural iron remedy has known no bounds and for a long time he has praised it. Hundreds and perhaps thousands of people have bought Acid Iron Mineral on his recommendation with splendid results. Most druggists in larger towns have -it or a large twelve ounce bottle Â· UhirijLday treatment) will be sent prepaidon^recipt of 51 by the Fcr- rodlne Chemical Corporation, Roan- eke, Va. Send for folder.--adv. speak on public For Sale. lots, Six;,jÂ°ra nbuse; four extra close ' borough, for- $2,500. Eigfc room double house, on paved street.rents for $20, for ?2,000. For room cottage hÂ«use, lot 120x120 Â·TV ** * n feet,-Vest Pittsburg street, for $1,200 K. 1 OcVitL -- Adv. -- mar-5-7-9. s ' . . Officers Elected. 1Â« Taiiies of the. Daited Brethren cb'ch held their annual meeting at thi church yesterday afternoon, when th year's business was closed up and t following officers clecud: Presi- Dawson. DAWSON, March 7.--John Landy- Mrs. Albert.-Krister; first-vice-1 more, night yardmaster at the Pitts- 1 - - - Erie . railroad, spent rt'est'Newton. Hecklinger has received a supply .of yarn for the Red Cross. Any one calling on her may get what he^ want. Thc Red Cross rooms will also be opes, this week on the regular days. The rooms have been closed the past few weeks on account .of no material. Clarence McGill spent Wednesday yesictont. Mrs. "Walter Stonrr; second | burg Lake ice president, H:.M. Ruth; secretary, Wednesday-at ;. T. Bradley; "treasurer Miss El:a Mrs. Martin iCing; mission study superintendent, llrs. K. F. Grantham; thank offering secretary. Mrs.-S. .O. Steiner. The amount turned Into the Mission Society during the year.was Jl.210.50. The Nearer and Farther Lights gave au excellent program in the First Baptist church on Tuesday evening. The projram opened.with a talk by Mrs. ^V. -w. Eichier. Other numbers were: ?iano solo. 'Kathleen Atwood; quar- tett, Messars. .Jones, Mclntyre, Clarkson and Edcher; *ialogue Ethel Kromer and Jane Herbert; Missionary pageant, "The-Voices of the Women." : JEÂ»MlnÂ»tloiis Held. ExaminatJons were given the surgical dressing 'class at Â· Everson on 'Tuesday evening, .in charge of Miss .\laude Ferguson and Mrs. E. M. S. ing If his new responsibilities^ "was founded by Mr. Batten on the high ideals of absolute honesty and of placing the interests of the client always Â· before those of the company. To i maintain unswervingly, these. ideals i will be my aim." ' i ! Salts in Hot Water Clears Pimply Skin Says we muÂ«t make kidneys clean the blood, and pimple* disappear. SCREEN DOORS .WADK TO O K D K R Made of Cypress. "White Piac or Oak. Any kind of wire you want. sumxr; A.vn Window Screens Made of thoroughly seasoned White Pine. Guaranteed not to stick, ^You will he surprised how cheap they arc. R.D. TENNENT, Bel! Phone KM, COSJfELLSVH.LE, 1'A. Pimples, yores and boils usually result from toxins, poisons and Impur- '. ilies which arc generated In. the bowels and tlien absorbed into the i blood through the.very ducts which should absorb only nourishment to I HUstain the body. It Is the function of tihe kidneys to filter impurities from the blood and cast them out in the form, of urine, but in many instances the bowels create more toiins and impurities than, the kidneys can eliminate, then the blood : uses Uie skin pores as the next'befiti Â·means ot getting rid of these Impurl- \ ties which often .break out all over th'e i skin in the form of pimples. | The surest way to clear the skin of i these eruptions, says a noted author- -; 'ity, is to get from any pharmacy about-.' four ounces of Jad Salts and take a ', tablespoonful in a glass of hot water | each morning before breakfast for one ' and Thursday at Monessen at the j week. This will prevent the formation home i-i nis .brother. Harry- McGill. Mrs.'James Meehan and son -have returned from a visit with relatives' and friends at Pittsburg and Johnstown. ' . . Mrs.-Percy Edwards, who underwent an operation at the Mercy hospital a few weeks ago, is recovering rapidly and expects to be home in a short .time. ' i ' , -William Gillespie, better known as "Bill." the genial Pittsburg Lake Erie engineer, is. able to be out again ;Pyle. . . latter being confined to his home with "For TJc 1'refltoBi of tfce, IVorld." j a severe attack'of grip.' Coi's .Theatre, Mpunt Pleasant. Fri- ' day. Match 8th, Goldwj-n's great spectacular war drama.'"For the Freedom of the World." Two shows. 7.15 and :K15. Prices 15'and'20 cents.--Adv.-- 'Â·Â·-Si. . . ' Â· Â· Â· ' " Vanderbilt. March i.-^lirs. Ophelia Koonu. ot Vanderbilt, ; waa. a. business caller here'-Vednesdiy.. ..-" . ' Mr. and .Mrs..John McDowell and of toxins in tic bowels. It also stim- i ulatcs the kidneys to normal activity,! thus coa.xing them to filter the blood i ol impurities and clearing the skin of | pimples. j Jad Salts is inexpensive, harmless ' und is made from the acid of grapes : and lemon juice, combined with llthia.; Here you have a pleasant, effervescent j drink which usually makes pimples' disappear; cleanses the blood aad is excellent for the kidneys as well.-adv.' First Quality Tires Xov, Clean Stock Direct From the Factory at Cut Prices. Pick your size and leave 'your order. Non^Skid Tires Iriner Tubes 30x3 30*3 $432*3% Sx3Vi 32x-J 33x4 34x4 3iix-l 34x41,4 SSl-Hi 36x4 VJ 37*416 35x5 36x5 37x5 511.75 13.35 , 15.60 16.75 21.25 22.50 22.75 23.80 30.25 31.75 32.25 32.75 36.75 37.75 38.75 52.40 3.10 3.25 Â·1.15 4.35 4.40 Â·1.50 5.50 5.65 5.75 fi.65 C.flO 7.00 Other Sizes in Proportion. Wgst Side Garage Balliries He-charged. Oils Â«n] Gasoline. Agencr Pilot nnil Met/ Cars. F. F. Sclunitz, Prop. Both Phones. There's a Kitchen In everv home--there's a Hoos er for every-Kitchen. i- Which Is Better? To Slave in the Kitchen--or Have the Hoosier--and Pay $1 a Week It is not a question of can you afford the Hoosier--but can you afford to be -without it? Can you afford to spend twice the effort, twice the time iu doing your kitchen work tttat would be necessary if you had this "automatic servant?" ' . .. Hoosier protects your food and saves supplies'in measuring pud mixing by preventing waste. It saves you miles of steps, hours bl toil-and evening i'atigue. At the .same time, the Hoosier makes cooking and baking a real delight. It surrounds woman's work with interest instead of dread., t K I T C H E N C A B I N E T - Wartime demand has compelled the factory to limit our allotment. When our present shipment is gone, we can't tell when another will arrive. You need the Hoosier today as much as you will a week from now. And today you can afford a dollar a week just as well as later. Then why put off? Come at once, while our stock is complete. Let us demonstrate this wonderful labor-saving machine. Select the most beautiful model of all--the. terms are the same regardless ol pric'e.- Connellsville's Reliable Hooserize Your Kitchen Now. Come in and Join the Hoosier dub. Housefurnishers Since 1891 " EVERYTHING COOKED LIKE ' AT HOME, i Strictly Fresh, Glean and Pure. ASK FOR OUR SPECIAL CLUB BREAFAST AND SUNDAY DINNER. "Our Pastries Are Delicious Because They Are Homemade." NEXT DOOR TO WEST PE.N'N WAITING ROOM. K.Yon Know a British or Canadian Subject IVlio Ought To Be Helping- in This IVar GIVE US HIS NA3IE Name - - - - !..... Address ._ - _. ,,.,, i Where Employed _ _ _ - .Â· ~ ,,.:... Cut this out and forward 10 the British and Canadian Recruiting Mission. Smiihfield and Fourth Avc., Â· Pitts' burgh, Pa. \o 10,000 Testimonials from Mothers Of cbiitlrenwliohnTc aaccewftiily uocrl Molher (Jray's Sweet Powders for Children. They move andrÂ«i;ulau the bowe!Â«, rftliÂ«TÂ«FevÂ«islini,'iB TÂ«lhin(r.d:sor[! era, conHUpatlon,hÂ«ulacbÂ«, destroy worm* Â»odfrequently break u u colds Children lllcelhttm. KurSitj-earRilotherOrtT'eSwccc. Pomlurn fÂ»r Chltilrra hive been the Birfe and reHblc renjcdyin time or need. Mother* should nerer bo vrithoni a box m the HOIIPR for immediate noc. At driigfitta everywhere, 25c. WEAR Qothiag ?: H OOOCOOOOCCOOOCOOCXXXXXXXXXI J. B. KURTZ, r , ^ : A Â« ,=UBl..C ..XD R E A u ESTATE. No. i South Meat)cÂ» Lin CanntTlnlll: Pi. PATRONIZE HOME MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THIS FAPEE, Meyersdale. MEYERSDA.LE. March 6.--Mrs. S. C. Hartley, accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. J. 3. Hoblitzel, departed- on Tuesday for DeDand. Pla., where they expect to remain for a! month visiting- with the former's son, I Pittsburgh Garbage Incinerator Company Stock As An Investment son returned dome from' a short visit j Charles Hartley and family. Â· ' ' --'- :'.."Â·: Â·Â· ' Â·'.with''relatives IrfWinderbllt. " . .1 Mrs. J. D:' Ma'digan and Miss Ger-i V.UN'DERBILT, ^larch 7.--Miss I . -Mrs... Daniel Harper.'is. spending a j trn(J( , gojj,.,,,, of Connellsville, are! : princes Strickler. and Mr.' and Mrs. few_ days with friends fn..East-Mills j-g ue sts,for a few days at the home of IHsrry Strickler were yeste'rdaj-. Connellsville borough. Â· Kimball-ivho ^as tbe guest of Â·"iHss Pearl Jennings has returned j his mother, for a tew days, returned to i,t* Uniontown after spending several J Pittsburg' Â· ' . Jcnnk Smith, Evangelist, Recommends \ ;Wfcs Native Herb TaMcts for Constipation ;- The world'tf yreatost Fvangelist amon? railroad men U Jennie Smith. For over fifty years she Â·"Â·bai" iabdred"anoonÂ» l 'them.*~prÂ«ach- ing the light ot truth. AUhoych' seventy- AvÂ« years old, she. is sxlll actively engased in; tbiajffood work. She attributes her. good health to Ilw reieular use of BHsa ative. Herb Tablets, wh'fch.,* Â»hn recommends to .every railroad; man who " Buffers from- ^pnsttpatlon." kidney or liver trouble. l Â·" 'Â· s. . " ' EtÂ«maT fllfrflance la nd*! only the price of liberty .but U is^aiso necessary -to Rood health-.? Nut ur$ (five* Us the means iiv the" fotra .of rp6taÂ» lilch- are. ,-ctfin- Bliss Native Herb Tablets. For over thirty years, these tablets have been 'helpins mankind throughout '. the civilized world-to; : enjoy ;Cree- dom from the' evil effects /of cbnstf--. patidn/ whether- acnt'e .or. chronic, ! "disordered IlverS-iitt kidney", troubla | ^.3?rfn't allow yo.orself'to sufter an: ,dther day u bUt'gp"io your^drug-pfst and btain a, boic Hjf'BliiMj Native .Herbs. ISacii Ijos coiitain.s J 200 la.b- ; latff. Take one,'every, nisht and ytju vrilt never re'sret It. TheÂ»prict la Jl.OO. Be surf to 'fret the genuine, put up in yellow boxes bearing the portrait of. Alon- 10 Â£. Bliss. Each tablet shows our trade-mark... % Sotd by A. A. Clarice- and local ayerxta everywhere. the former's son-iniaw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs; James L. JMxon. "Rev. Father James Quinn of Midland, Md., was the guest of Rev. Father Brady .on Tuesday, and in the evening deliverexL the lent en sermon in S. S. Philip and- James church. ' .'Mrs. W. H."Baldwin and Mrs. E. C. Kyle left Tuesday for a month's stay at Mt. : Clemens^ Mich. Â· .Mrs. S.'-S..!Wolford of Cumberland, recently visite'S^hcr relatives, Mr. and Mrs. George Mosholder. *Mrs. Henry Young of' MayviHe, N. Y^ Is visiting aC the home of her hrdther-in-litw aqd sister, Mr. and Mrs. John' P; Kel'ley. .Miss Renu Brant of Garrett, was shopping and calj.ing on friends in our city on^Tuesduyf" Â· Miss" Alice. Friedlfne has returned from . Balthno're, Md. hsuinid.oii ' PILLS -.I ^rÂ»r^' .-^^ TÂ«ke Â»c , '*raÂ«clÂ«(- Aiirfw mjaiONR ttRA yun kcoira u Bttt, Satat, AJ w pounded In scientific .proportions In Â· Any manufacturing eittorpriso. lo bo a ssifo sisvosusu-xit. must have a solid substantial base. Tliero nuis! bo :Â· :uarko( fÂ«r the manufactured product, no niaiter what il i.-=, The Pittsburgh Garbage Incinerator Company meets these requiremciils. Tlio wholo worKl ovoutually \viU be its field, but for years to come, wo w i l l bo ablo. only to saiisfy but a small portion of the demand in the I'niioil States. Every dwelling, apartment house, hutol. rostaut-ant. store, fac- .tory,, hospital, office building, and borough, in the entire United, States is a possible customer and user of the Pittsburgh- Garbage Incinerator. . . . . We.ca.n only scratch the surface, as it were, and \ve predict that the time will come, when the owner of a now building, will as readily omit a bath tub from the now building as he will a garbage incinerator. No product on the market today has or can have a more solid or substantial base t h a n this. Shares "are $10.00. fully paid ;iud mm assessable. Make up your mind to get in on this genuine opportunity.' Subscribe now, while the stock is for sale. Demonstrations of I lie machine arc jnnde daily, at 123 South Vittsbiirir street, and you can subscribe there or at the offices of our local agents, the DOKSEi' EEALTT COMPANY, Second-'Sa ional Bant Building.