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· THtfRSDAY, MARCH 7, 1918. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. PAGE FIVE. ONLY HONORABLE THING t- FOR MAN TO DO if GET INTO WAR YOLT^H WRITES Special to The Courier. JIT. PLEASANT, March-1--Joseph' Hartigan of Eagle strset has received * letter from his nephew, Mombarder I. Deaa oi the 204 brigade, British. forces in Trance, saying be is anxious to get . into Uncle Sara's' service. Young Dean, who was 'born in Bodi- cott, Nev York, drifted into England and joined the Bripsh regulars before 1 the war began. He marched out of Dublin with Ms regiment for Belgium and was wounded there: After recov- ·«rimi from thia wound he rejoined his · command in France and was wounded in Flanders. Dean was soon on . the mend only to be one of the British ; nw» moved from the trenches for shell shock. Now he again Is back in the ' trenehesf s , Dean states that he ·is not discouraged after what he bas gone- through; that the'only-honorable thing for a man to do la to be in the war as it. is tot a good cause. * '." He s*ys that he ·"*·* received his .birth certificate and to about to ask lor a transfer into the C. S. Army. He SAGE TEA DANDY TO DARKEN HAIR I«V. M*cip« to ·rin( tack Color and Lucira to Hair 1 Mrs. W. C. Durbin wa ville shopper yesterday. . a Conneibs- RHEUMATISM LEAVES "· YOU FOREVER Stmrt* to l*e*we tkc Tou can turn gray, fftded hair bea- tifoily dark and hMtrous almost over night it you'U* get a boti.« of "Wyeta's S*«e and Sulphur Com- jpo'und" at any drug store. Millions of bottles of this 'old famous Sage Tea Recipe, improTed, by the addition of* other ingredient*, are sold annuallT.- sars a w«U-kz.own ^nisgist here, bc- cause it d-ntoeae the iutir so natural- Iy ami evenly tUat no one can tell it has been applied. - ThoK whose hair is turning grar or becoming faded have a surprise aw.ut.TH tn«m, because after one or two applications the Kr»7 bair van- i*h«» and your locks.become luiuri- ancly dart and b^anitiJ^iL . Thia is tb« age o f » youth. Gray* haired. unattractive folks aren't wanted around, so gst busy with Wreck'* Sage and Sulphur Compound ' toojrfit and yoa'll be fetiited with · your dark, bandBome bair^and your yuuthful app*»rai*e wittiin^ a few days* "" · ' ,TM« preparation is a toilet, requi- __ ; u _ ,,_,, *it* and Is not intended for Ufe cure, | for years, Eind.reaUr m«rvelous inllliBtiiiB O r.prevention of disease.:-- i suits h*y* b««ri vccompiiahed In , · · .-- ! mo«t aerere caa«» wh«r« tie snffcrinK *M*- .^ | and. a«rony waa Intense uid piteous : I and where the jMUlent w*» IwJpleas. ·' Allenrhu reliere* at. oa««. . Inwn*d- , ! lately after yon atart to.,take it th« - I good work be grin*. It itearcheA out thr j nrlc add deposits, dissolves the secre- March ,7.--Mrs. j t!on« and drives rheumatic poiaon out iJlyMea Fraaee Tiaited Mr. and Mrs. · of Uie body through the kidneys ana It's marvelou* how q-alclclr it acts. BlMned relieC often comes In two dayB, And cran in cancff w1,er» the sufferinir ta moat painful all traces disappear in Mr. James H. Allen, the discoverer of Allenrha, -who tor many yearn suffered the torments of acute' rheuma- tiamj deeire« all sufferers to know that he doea not want a .cent of anyone'* money unless Allenrhti declalrely conquers thi« worst of all d)»e*ses, and he hair Instructed the Connelisville Drny Company to guarantee It every instance.--Adv. ma THAN moil Thousands Have Discovered, Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are a Harmless Substitute. . Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets^-tbe subatJ- lute rf r whm he hardly recognized TJieyAm't injure the teeth,- like I thinks .that so' far as experience in war goes he should be able to qualify , 1^^=^ for any army in the world, . l3mo^^taiSui~Tiiey.Bre the result The letter says the young Amencan ! rf rjj. Edwards' determination not to treat Bad come in out of lines the day the ; )jyer and bowel complaints with calomeU '· letter was written and that he .had j His efforts to banish it brought out these j been having rather a rough time, so '· MO* olive-colored tablets. in his rneif as __ ___ _ _^ beard was an,inch long and that he : i troiigBqoiSrFcaUomeL~'l5eVlSa!hold Tras covered .with "mud from head to ol the trouble and quickly corroct it Why foot, the mud coming.'from the shell i curette liver at the expense of the teeth? ·--·-- · -' ·'.-.-" ·', Calomel' sometimes plays havoc with the. gums. Sodoatrong liquids. It is best not to take calotte*, but to let Dr. Edwards', Olive Tablets take its place. Moat headaches, -dulteeas" and that 1 bzy feeling come from constipation and; * disordered liver. Take Dr. Edwards': Olive Tablets when you feel "loggy" and "heavy." Note how they "dear" clouded brain and bow they "perk up" the spirits, lOc and 2Sc a box. All druggists. holi _ Where hc'iia. sitnited. there are no trees standing, "no" houaes, no roads, anoVnothing above the-erouhii'thatyori can see. The shells that drop where stationed shake the whole earth around where they fall. Dean 5s anxious for Amerlcan^papers so that he : miylaiow'Wn»t their view of the war. All paper* tint,reach his command are 36 'diysj'oid when they get them. He expresses the hope of soon being with trncre Sam's boys under General Perabinj. 7 Bean lived for some time here with his uncle, e Dawson spent yesterday viMUnj; her mother, Mrs. Lizzie Donghertj- at Ub^ erty. John McCowan. of McKeaaport was a business caller here yesterday morning. Gnz Urbact of Dawson was. a Con- neilsriHe business caller yesterday afternoon. * " · Mr. and Mrs. Jamas Lowrey hare returned to their home at Cumberland. MA, afters pending a week here with friend*. 7 ' . Mrs. J. J. Corcoran was shopping In Connellsvllle yesterday afternoon. Abel Peterson, of West Side, Con- cellgTille. was a business caller here last evening. I** »ttc P em* WltU The ConaeliaviUo Xrttjr Co., whom you all R*now ia anthoriied to nay "to every rheumatic sufferer in thii vicinity tb*t If two bbttiea of Allenrhu, tb'e sure, eonquerer of v rheumatUm. do*S not stop all agony, reduce swollen joiata and do away- with eren the 9 tightest twinge of rhearaadc pain, he will rl»dly return your monay without AUenrhU; hM been tried and. tested re- ttie Joan Darfe. here a couple while enronte to her home in SelUys- port,.Md.. after visiting friends at Cumoerlaztdv 'M6U several days. The sale o! the residence of the residence and several lots of the late Maria Wataon,on.the West Side, will tske place here Thursday the 14. Mrs. Jerry.Rrnger was here yesterday on her way to her home at Manna after visiting friends in Connellsville. Mrs.'E- B. Brown -was in Connells- vllle yeaterday vis.itins friends and chopping. ' . Mrs. George Mickey and Mrs. E. TV. Debb'.t were visiting friends in Con: yesterday. Mrs. E. E- McDonald has returned from a vistf with, friends at Home- ftoad. Mrs. Vim. Burnworth and daughter. Lo'utoe, were in Cdnac-lteville, yesterday shopping aid visiting frientte. in Ohiopyl*. OHIOPT1.E, MarcB 7.-- Mrs. W. H. Raflertj- departed Wednesday for Mount Pleasant to spoad a fibort risit the guest of her son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. George Rafferty. Adol]h Abbey left Wednesday for Special to The Courier. MT. PLEASANT, March 7.--Mrs. S. d Stevenson, chairman of units of the local.Red Cross chapter, assisted by Mrs. Frank. Stefl, a member of the committee and'chairman of the Bohemian unit, organized a unit at Bridgeport to be known as the Bridge^ port unit. Miss Dorsie Cochrau · was made chairman ahd Miss Grace Baker,' secretary and treat iirer. After I*alen. Burgess Sam P. Stevens started yesterday ridding the town of loafers. Tuesday looked and had tbefeel of I spring to much that a tramp who gave his name as Noclavitz sat along the street and when he could not tell just whit he was occupied with Offl-. cer Joe WSitc gathered him in. and took him'before the burgees and'-he was confined to the lockup, nntil yesterday morning. Street Commissioner William Lobingicr put him to work, but he fell down on the job and was ordered locked up in solitary confine- } ment on bread and water. The'police have been instructed to bring. In all loafers, as there is a great demand among the farmers in this vicinity, especially for laborers and all must work who stay in the town, or share yesterday's prisoner's' fatfr--solitary confinement on breed and water. ' Saaer Krrat Sapper. The Men's Bible classes of the Methodist EpiKopal church held a saner kraut'supper at the church on Tuesday evening. All of the cast who will take part in the entertainment to be gireh by the ladies' Aid Society for benefit on Friday,evening were given their supper. A very pleasant evening was spent. F*od UfmenatntiOD. A demonstration on conservation of food will be held in ihe high school today aad tomorrow by an export from State College jander the direction of the Civic c!ub. Tho hours are from 10 to 12 and from 2 nntll 4 o'clock. The general public is invited. Civic Club Meelins. The regular monthly meeting of the Civic club vrill be held neit Monday afternoon at the munictpaVbuild- ing. This being the annual meeting a good turnout of the members is requested. Company E Boy Spends. Supply Sergeant Morris Pigman and Alex Gontas of Company E. noth Regiment, gave talks in the high school yesterday. Sergeant Pigmsn will ppeak hi the Presbyterian Sun- j day school next Sunday morning on ' camp life. ' · "For '.Die Freedom of the World." Cox's Theatre, Mount Pleasant, Friday, March 8th, Coldwyn's great spectacular war drama. "For the l^recdom Kitchen Aprons 48c 69c values--made . of tub-proof. '.-'G'insKam in' : '':neaficJiecksj -'"'Special-; at .4Sc. $1.00 values-- well made ot light colored Percales, Special at 89c. "'the Big' 1 Store" Announces an Important MARCH TEie Utmost in Economy and Utility. Style, Quality, 01 the famous Electric Brand Dresses That Save in the Wardrobe as Hoover Regulations Save in the Pantry. · . Fit and Service at Astounding Low Cost. Coming- at the very hour when the rule of scnsilile braying is being 1 observed l)y tlie women of America, it presents an unequalled opportunity to purchase the very type and style of Presses that women arc in need of and at prices that all women can^comfortably afford to pay. io ivonian caii miss this ^pportTinity. Don't let anything keep you away. Come, today. EXTRA SPECIAL HOUSE I)EESSES i i i ! ELECTRIC BRAM» HOUSE DRESSES $1.19 Worth Jl.SQ--many styles. In light and dark colors, regular and extra sizes--all arc adjustable. 95c Today's value ?1.39--made of excellent material in light or dark colors. All sizes. ELECTRIC BRA'3) HOUSE DRESSES $1.48 Worth $1.75--made ol finest materials, in regular,' extra and stout sizes, adjustable to fit all ·women. SEE THEM DEMONSTRATED Sec them. on models. See tlirir faultless fit. Sec the adjustable models. See the styles for stouts. Sec the adjustable hem. See the nnder-arm shields. S«e their countless other features that make them America's best. Bungalow Aprons, today's value Electric Brand House Dresses Regular ?2.00 values in ligbt or dark colors, in an endless variety. The practical dress for you. Regular, extra and stout sizes. 8,000 GARMENTS EN' Tins ETEJfT And we guarantee to fit all women perfectly irithoot making a single alteration in the garments. Think, what this means to you women who have never enjoyed this privilege before. Bungalow Aprons, $2 values fi»-j at tPJ Electric Brand House Dresses Today's value 52.50-made of finest tub proof material' in all sizes, Including stout, reguiar and extra sizes. Rstt^ J i His is visiting his brother. Alfred, in Pitts- burs. , ' . . Dr. C. Tt Frantz wis a professional visitor in Rockwood yesterday. 'C^TLUBNCB. jrarch 6.-- Lewis Reynolds who lately returned from ·Mercy hospital where he 'under- w'ent an operation for appendicitis is . improving nicely at ais home here. Tie K. O. T. M. oijder held a very interwting meeting here-last evening the lodse Is In a prosperous condl- Siroon MllJer. dt Somerfleld, well known here, is very ill at his home there. · ' ^ · ·Mr. Jan» A. Gower,,'pf Baltimore. Md., ha» returned home alter being here and at Harnedaville. where he formerly lived, visiting friends and transacting .business. " . Mrs. John Jlek left yesterday tor a visit with her' daughter and; son-in- law. Mr:-and Mrs. Alfred -Younkta, Pittoburg, ' ' . Mr. and 3fr». Moss Hawk, of LJston- burg;. were here yesterday on their ·rcay to Somerset. DkkerconRun. ' 1 the Mercy hospital in Pittsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon ThompsonJ left for Markleysbnrs: to spend a few days. ' - . -Mrs. Alice Holt returned 1b herj home here yesterday after a several^ days' visit spent at Confluence. Miss Elsie Beggs of Confluence spent 'Wednesday here calling on friends. ' ' - DICKEBSON BON, March 6.--A. B. Joseph has returned home after spending a very. pleasant rteit with relatives and friends at Ohiopyle. · " iMrs. -Williim CossedV, of "North GREAT FM ECZEMA AMD OLD SORES To Stop a Persisten^ Hacking Cough STUPEISTDOUS VTCTOtlT FATTM" rHTCAGO T^f WAR of the World." Two shows, 7.15 and 3.15. Prices 15 and 20 cents.--Adv.-- T-2t. 'Indian Creek. INDIAN CHEEK, Feb. 6---M. 0. Barnes, extra B. A O. telegraph operator from Cawolman, is holding down the tkird trick at the N. C. tower. Mrs.' w'iiliam.Nesbitt and chiMren spent a few hours here last evening. ' George Arzbacker of Mill Kan ia a business caller at ConnellSTille and Broad Ford. Mrs. Walter tanghrey of Mill Run is calling - on Indian Creek friends today. - V ·; . ;Save Your Cash and Your H e a l t h CASCARAIgpUINiNE v ^ v ' TW ·*.·· Ja-t A cold cut* for Mye»»»-- fa tablet form--life, rare, no opiates tuw» cold ia n hourt--«rip in 3 4*T*. MoncrbK*ir.t*«Zs. OettJw · bra with Red top ftod.Mr. Comtm lf»m t gives f rs: Thousands cf -pi-opte normally 5ir?n1thr Sn every other respect, are annoyed with persistent hangme^m bronchial cough. year Rltor year, disturoinp their sleep and makincr life dlsajjrwable. It's so needless--there's an old home-made remedy that wilh.end sucli a couab. easily »isd quickiY. Get.from »ny drupiist "2% o-Jtices o! , Pmcx" (80 cents worth), pour if. into a pint bottle and fill,the bottle with plain crsnnlatcd suTMr syrnp. BMrin.takinn- H 'at onw; Gradually but «urelv you. irill notice the pUlecm thin out and tnrai disappear altocetlier, tlius endinK a conjh that you never thought would end. It «lao prompt}?- loosens ft^dry or ti^dfe couch, stops the troublesome throat tickle, soothes the irritated membriincp. that line the throat and bronchial tubeb, and relief comes almost immediately. A day's WMJ will usually break up an o'r- dinarv throat or. chest cold, and for bronchitis, eroup, whoopinir cough and bronchial afithraa there ia nothinjj better. It tastes pleasant and keeps perfectlr. Pincx is a most Valuable cnncentratcd compound of jrc-nuine Nor«'a.v pinn extract, and is used by millions oi people everr year for tbrba6 and chcsi coldj with splendid results. Tc avoid disappointment, ask vonr druajrist (or "a% ounces of Pincx" with full directions and don't accept anytliin^ else, A jrunrantee of absolute eatisfae- tipn-or money promptly refunded goes with this preparation, The Pincx Co., Wmyne,. lad. .Miss Mary jicClukie of Holsopple ud Tonoy lAraa, a private In, Battery F, SUtiooed at Gamp Gordon, were married Tuesday Squire D. W. Border of Somerset ' . Xew C«r. ; Arthur Nemos of Ninth, street; Greenwood, bu purchaadb a new five passenger Chevrolet car." You will find them ID our ad. cbluuiu; ^ jrour family;" I CoanuatM My Oiatowal, Say* Moy* ltclnii« iMtantly of j wy» ^terson. "I waat you t» (t« a lirict 30 celt box of P«e«o«'« Ointment to-4lajr. - , . .. · t "Rttattnbtr;- 1 st*wl back »f enrr bar. Every droxviat aaarintecs to ytfacd tb« purchase ' price if . Petervon'a Ointment *owlTt do »I1 1 elate .."1 Knarant«« 1C tbr eczema, old More*, TQmalut ~49r«s. MJF rbeunt, nlrerj. «or« atppl«*. broke* brauu. Itcbiac ifcUi; pttn- yto. bl«ckn««J«. 9'dl diMK«, bllail. b:^fdt«( and ItcktOK pllc» i« well a» for buriw. ftcaldri, cuts. ' brulMn and suntiura." "I Jiad W .niuuliijr sorrt on m.T Icjr for H. IMrs, xa.f lu thr-^ different hoitijitali. . Amimlntlou wss advis«-0. S*ln jrraEtfaf . *w:w tr(*i{, r wnn cnr»d l»y riylnff Pcter^on'n ' Otntm'enr."-- "Mrs. r\" K. l:oot, ^ .Su Buffalo, .V. V. Wash That Itch Away tlF«'kanrerB« *oAnr rWm BCJBB« : who «ver \att O* itm « wu* D. B. D. ' »h«» the Hell l« Int , (fM m- D. D. D Conn«llBviUe. Pa. 1 $l,295lTlie PflOt $1,295 Until. April ;lst "The Car Until April 1st The Pilot Six-Foriy-Flve is a quality, car' of superb appearance, und enduring ruggedness. It stands the test. The flrst Pilot was built eigh't years ago and Is running today. Forty-five borae power, Bbc cylinders, II!!' inch wheel base, real leather upholstery,, full streamline body,"with its powerful .silent motor, and painted to suit your Individual taste, it is 3. luxurious car to suit the ^most discriminating. And then the pricp is $500.00 lower than cars of! class. $695 Car" Tb» victory farm of 50JKW ncres '.n Snipe Lake district, Saskatchewan, which in a ten days' drive will be Deeded thi* spring with the aid of * : steen huge tractors, is the answer I r Chicago business men who never ' .irmed a lick but have organized the I ~7ost efficient army to do'it the world ' as ever seen. To break, disc, drag acd seed two- The Metz with its many features of ecfcomy. an'd ease of operation is coming stronger with each ( .season. Full stream body, 4 cylinder , motor, 25 horse power direct drive, with no gears to strip, and no clutch'to slip, It is. the last word in cars of ita price. 108 inch -wheel bate, 32x3% wheels with.demountabfe rims. It has power oh the bills and'speed o n t h e level. *· . · ' · · · . ' Immediate delivery of either Pilot or Metz cars^ Baay payment teraog arranged to suit the pnrcbaser. "Write, phone or call. · . West Side Garage 'F. F. Srlunitz, I'ro'p. Oils, (rasolene and. Tire*. Both Phones Batteries Be-ckarged. thirda of the tbeXSnipe stupendona . acreage Lake district and 'lo-it oot of hand, Frederick S. Oliver end his associates combed the bonanza farm regions for perform- SHrst they picked J. E. Hans- who ia the world's record t wuu uv(UB tile wucju a rcuufu reakinpr .with one tractor, 2,600 acres in 60 days. Then- they en- tiaged tor bis associates, two Red River valley wheat kinps, George H. Lffialab nod A. A- Parker. The tri- umvirate pooled their practical experience, pep and astutenesa and bought iron horses -- big ones -- capable of the most economical preformance in the shortest time. With the world starving for wheat, the victory farm managers arranged to show Kaiser Bill what American ingenuity and Canadian fertility can do. . The end of the war will riot affect this war-farm seeding campaign, according to Mr. OliTer. "Even should Seace be declared at an early date, ie need of increased production will not be obviated," be said. "After the Civil War, when the price of farm products soared 100 to 200 per cent while transportation rates increased bnt little and in *ome caua even decreased wheat went np to tlJSG and I fitaxed above doTW SJ yoarB after the war. And yet. aftex the war,'there was room for enoiw raons expansion of the wheat trrow. ing areas in the oeTeJoprnent of thd Mississippi valley, which txpanskiB is not now possible as it was then* flthonch the ransoming population in all parts of the world i» maor times greater. The only place wheni a larce prodnetion plan can be pnt through is in the Canadian West, with its millions of acres of new land. Saskatchewan is'the greatest wheat prodncini; rejrion on the conti. nent. with a wheat crop for tea years seventy-one and three-tenths per cent greater per acre than tho whole United States. In 1916, Saskatchewan's wheat crop averaged 28.6 boshels - ' bnsbels per per acre, against acre for the DO YOU NEED JOB PRINTING? We do all kinds of Job Printfn^ at our oifice from the visiting card to the finest commercial work. Try our printing. THE COURIER COMPANY, 137^ W. Main St., Connellsville, Pa.

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