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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, March 9, 1918
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SATURDAY. MARCH P. 1918. THE DAILY COURIER, rA, PAGE THREEi' In naming the new officers of the Ladies' Aid and Missionary Souiety of ie United Presbyterian church yesterday, the name or Mrs. George Wood, ' recording secretary was unintentionally omitted. The members of the school board and Superintendent S. P. AsLe wero guests, at a four-course dinner served in the domestic S1.BETJJIKSS Sl'OHTS SUIT WITH XOTBL FEATURES. scient* dining j room in the high school last evening, j The dinner was prepared and served] b- the young ladies of the domestic science section of the senior class under the direction ot .Miss Mary U Cans, assistant instructor. Daffodils were used as a simple -and effective decorative scheme. ' The dinner was a . w-neatless and 'meatless one. The menu consisted of a fruit cocktail, celery aad olives, creamed oysters on graham .toast; wieatless muffins, butter.a'nd jelly, as-, paragus salad, gelatine, sand tarts and coffee! The girls who served the supper v;ere: Hildred Hopkins, Eleanor De-I Muth, Jane Kennel. Helen Levy. Ruth j 3rod/in, Grace Miller. Elizabeth Mil- j . ler,. Katharine Wilbelm, Frerta Schu- | ter, Anna Guard. Loreen Rottler, f Leona Showman and Hannah Richey. I The Ladies Aid Society of the First] Methodist Episcopal church has arranged for a series of chain teas, to: be devoted to Red Cross work.- The! 3rst of the series will be held at the loroe of Mrs. Homer Davis. Mrs. Warren L. Wright will enter- lain the Outlook club Monday afternoon at. her home in South Pittsburg street. . A novelty Coney Island dance will the OPPOSE VACCINATION Member of .\mish I'aitli and Schcxil j Teacher of Somerset Co. Arrested. I Considerable opposition to the vac- I cination or school children has de'. velojied in Somerset county. P. G. · O'Connor, a teacher in Jenneij lown- j ship was arrested and brought! before Justice C. S. Ickles of Boswjcll by whom he was Fined and severely lectured tot disregarding the rules OL* the state health tk-partmenC ' * Twenty-six heads of famines in Elk Lick towns-hip, all members of the : Amish church, were haled before .·Squire Lowry- of Salisbury to answer | a complaint of the Elk I^ick township school board. The defendants were. opposed to the la-w. and refused to bend.their children to school.-unless they would b'e made immune from the requirements of the law. After the iavr was fully explained a majority o f ' t h e m paid the find and costs. Others disposed to appeal the decision of the justice went to Somerset and after consulting a lawyer returned home ready to comply with tbe law. RAKERS BREAKFAST! COCOA The food drink vithout,a fault This sleeveless sports suit has several novel ^ features. Its silk-bound edges, its novel pockets and its shoulder closing. The material is wool jersey in tan with silk and buttons to match. Made of liigh' grade cocoa beans skil- fully blehded and manufactured by a perfect mechanical process, without the use of chemicals- is absolutely pure and wholesome, and its flavor is delicious, the natural flavor of the cocoa JAMIESON ORDERED TO FRANCE WITH RANK OF CAPTAIN Continued from Pace One. will leave for camp 'tomorrow after spending a f u r l o u g h with his parents, Mr. and .Mrs. George Freeman of Eighth'street. Greenwood. JUJiSTUUL UKHRAHSAIi. First is lo JJo Held Tnesdnv Evening 3iext. The first rehearsal for the annual Elks' minstrel u be "presented Tuesday and Wednesday nights, April 16 and 17th in tiie Soisson theater under the direction of Charles E. Stout will bo held Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock in the S'.ks' home in East Crawford avenue. James .\f. Doyle is chairman of the minstrel committee. The Elks' inin- slrel is one of tbe leading events of the year an(t this year the perform- ·ance promises to be one of the best ever given. made only by WALTER BAKER WEST SI1H'. .MJKSE OUSTS rs RED CROSS. Miss Fear] Thorn, of Greenwood, a trained n u r s e in the employ of the Metropolitan Insurance Company, and Miss Edna Clinger, formerly employed by the same company, and later health officer in Uniontown, have enlisted as American Red Cross nurses. IUI/PH G R A Y ENLISTS IN ATIATIO.V SRRTICT. Ralph Gray, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Gray, of South Pittsburg street, bar, enlisted in the aviation service. He left Thursday niKht for San Antonio', Tex. Gray bas been em- i ployed in Pittsburg for the past year. (IKTS 30 DAYS. BOYS ENLIST IS KATT 33. F. Miller, of Scottdole. and E. J. Foreyihe of Jacobs Creek, enlisted In the nary a: t-he Pittsburg recruiting station* yesterday. Thomas B. Graham ofi UnioGtowr, enJisted in the army. SEED CORN SITUATION DEMANDS ATTENTION OF ALL FAYETTE FARMERS JOHN' KIIRET, Jit. [X FRA.XCK SISCK JANTART .lobn Krrntt. Jr., son of Air. and .Mrs. John Erreu, ot Bast Connellsvillp. is someH-bore in France, baring: been located t h e - since January. Krreu is in the aviation service. UXCLK PERSONALS. Alex Moore of Barnesville. 0-.. returned home after a visit with his j l b i s niorning in Church Place. ontoivr- j so " and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ' i Earl C. .Moore of Lincoln avenue. I BCre be held Monday evening Standard club rooms, " U: under the auspices of " t h e Monday;*-"" *-· -- u " « ^ «· """-" .·· j night club. -Music by Bowers' jazz! UTM- Edward McCormick and Mrs. i o n orchestra. · Lloyd Stillwagon went to Pittsburg [this morning to see Miss Maralloyd . ' The to th JStH!»-a S on, who underwent an opera- Paid u J3.5U forfeit. Charleston Comforts Branch of the j t i o n n St - Joseph's hospital. ai-cHargon. Xavr League will meet tonisit at the; Thc bcst ^^ to shop a " er a " home of Mrs. Mary Robinson in North Browne " shoe Co--Adv. j Dr. and Mrs. Claude D. Anderson · j of Pittsburg. who were called hero b y , Occupational Cards for district No. ·-' the'death of Howard Overboil Markle,] An- Now All Pilled In. A ' K P H E W KM.JST TOCETHKR. James H. Collins, son of A r t h u r Charged With Txinfinc and Hehi? Sns-! L(wsfs will lt*«nlt irom rianting Un- j Collins, th« West Side, and John H. - = -'-"· ' ··'--' '- '-" ' ~ Smith, his uncle, and son ot Mrs. Asne.'i Smith, were honor guests at a parry £iveu last eveniDs at the home K. Dunscon in Gallatin arC'QUP. persons ypr.e present lo bid the emu* States Department ot As- . r a r R W e ) 1 '" t h e yliung mm wic lef! riculture. who has been in charge of loda ' fDr f :°I»TMmi s . Ohio, ready for r.n investigation of tbe seed corn supply, has madi tno foP.owm. Is Sent U Jail. Ed. Ringer was given 30 days in Uae ! county jail by Mayor John Duirgan i this morn-ing on a charge being sus- j picious and loafing, lie was arreMod tested Seed; simple Instructions for TeKtiiiir Jitnv Available. in a leuer to Lhe managing editor of the Courier Oongre-ssrrau Bruce F. \ ' Sterling states C. F. Hartley, o f ! r l l l r l - v Wesley Butler and Lingerie Arnold Side at 1:3« o'clock for being (trunk and lighting. Butler took j 72 hours in tbe lockup and Arnold j "-fhe .««! corn One man was i nort i, ern SU18S ^ ,., i ^ S l K l f \TlftV |-(IMPI VfV C-LAsSlHCAflON I O.M.I J , K I K. Third street, West Side. nutation iu the reaching far down i | into most of tb..- principal corn grew- 1 , ! ing stales, is exceedingly serious. The! i tfreatest lossts likely to result will : : cim: from thr planung o'c untested t ', seed in the principal corn growing i j states. Such plantings w i l l bo madu ' service in '-be signal corps. Both w e r e state- : P rcsent -'l by the Rod Cross \ v i t h ; comfort kits, of w l i l c h they were : proud. Among tbe gtieut at tbe affair , I were Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Smith a n d ] i son of Johnsiowr.: Miss Loreua N'cd- \ ley, Jnaial.i.; fCarl Grey, Moyer. Lunch i was served at Ibe close of the eveu- I ing. be held Tuesday o'clock in the church. evening at S; The monthly meeting of the boarcii , , , . , M1 ... , of trustees of the First Bant'st church I r e t u r evening. I Tbe work of classifying occupation- ( b y farmers who bare always obtained 1 Mrs. Waller Adams of Sycamore j a! cards ot the registrants in. District I good stands by planting untested seed, street went to Pitt9"burs this morning.; No. 2 bas been completed by the local j many of whom believe they can d-eter- Miss Martha Tibbets was a Union- I board tbe last card being finished last j mine whether seed corn will sornU- town visitor today. j night. ; nate, simply by the aid of tbe knife Piano lessons.--Call Miss Naomi . ^ large force of school teachers has ! and the. eye. Such inspections have Van-nil. 505 McCormick avenue far .Been helping out in tbe,work, and has j proved Bn ureiy untrustworthy this piano lessons.--Adv.--7-Dt-eod. j ably assisted the board In completing j year. The grrateat alleviation now Mrs. Karl C. Moore and son, Earl j t n c classification of the carda. The C., Jr., were guests of the former's work of classlfrinK in District No. 5 sister, Mrs. J. H. McBurney ot Scott-I ^^ completed just before the No. : FINE ENTERTAINMENT Proprnm til* Mrs. Mary Hertzog. of Pituburg. announces the marriage of her daughter. Miss Heiefa May Herteog. to Lieutenant William TV. Troutman. of Waynesburg, stationed at Fort Du 3'ont. Del., with, the coast artillery. dale this afternoon. Misses Mar- N i l a n d ami Nettie Op- f p e r m a n went to Cutler this morning start-ifl on Itlss Catherine Balsley will entertain the T. C. T. Fanc.rworfc club | ' Tuesday evening at her home in i to % ^ sit re ] a ti v es. Eighth street. Greenwood, j K ' d yoa know lha[ mlnc f j j the iarg . j SUr i|linrt j 0|1 _ . · i est and oldest eicliLiive tailoring ea-; .Three tables were calle-1 intD re-j l a b l i s h m e B 1 J B t h e cokl , regjon ,' (iuiaition at the regular meeting of j 0aTe Coaen Tallor ._ AdT . the Friday Afternoon Bridge Whist: James G Ro , liBspn of F r a n klin cinb at which Mrs. John M. Youns I townshlp an assistant supcrinteml- iras hostess - yesterday af:ernoon a t , ent of the Faycttc counly schools, her home in -East Green street. Prev- | was in t o w n ycsterda y ,,,, business, ious to the games luncheon was serv- ! Miss j entt i e enri of Greenwood reed. - Dr. {Catherine Wakefield will ,en- j lurae(1 home Iast evening from a visit tertain the club Friday afternoon, i with her aislel . t Mrs . Dav id Bennett .^farch 22, 'at her home in East M a i n i 0 ( Keistcr. cards, poffff-ble rest^ wiUi tbe inrtivid-ual corn producers and must be bd by now making jj*-'"'mnalion t"?x." | i Comauenting uiion this information i'' (Congressman Sterling iiays that, ^ "every farmer sbould. at this time, j i muJce at least a preliminary germlna- \ .Wine l fion test of bis seed corn or there will j j certainly be sfrious lof^eti. tbis year,} on the tipple iu ihe : from panting uiieslcd .seed corn anti ical (^ nanism en l*ro- the BoM V(»f. | j T h n Musical Guards-men gave a vory ! creditable eatortainracni last evning f a r t h r high school auditorium in ibe I sovenih n u m b e r of iho high Fchooi i courw. ^!aay pronounced it LC best I of ;hc course. ] Tin} Ijiind was liandicai^ed by the iL the director and violinist, Buck, who was stricken with typhoid f e v e r last wr^eX. A hurry up call--a crisp order--a delivery man speeding on his way -another satisfied customer. That's'the whole story if your equipment is Harley-Davidson. The Harley-Davidsen is the quickest, surest method of furnishing efficient delivery service you could own. The Harley-Davidson will go anywhere-over any kind of roads--it gets there. Compare these .figures with your present costs:-40 to 70 m3es per gallon of gasoline 700 to 1000 miles per gallon of cylinder o2 5,000 to 6,000 miles per set of tires Thousands CM retailers arc ilaiiy solving iheir delivery problems with liio Harlcy-Uavidson. Come in and let us demonstrate what it will do for you. Xo obligation. Kcar the iiory. If it is not for you, no harm done. Federal Garage Co. 155 E. Crawford Avt, CoanellsvUIe, Pa. If one you seen the Hartey~Daoidson Bicycle? Man Canclil PI.AY Di LOCAL HIGH LOSES . , , . , , , , . i fi'v r,miriie Unskr-lijnil Twm IV'ill vm» 8 working on the tipplo ,-u ihe j from planting umeste.1 seed corn aim I a ' ,, enns Q| . T|lllj Tana Tllni ,,,. works oC the Washington Coal Coke i tho nation cannot aXTord 10 frustalu company at Star Junclion yratcrdav.! such IOBSC*. Un-u^ua; care and pre-j A tcam ° r ' o c a l basketball players, Earl Gibson was caught by a wagon. I caution !n this matter is suKgeslod." P' ckc([ f r o m thc clt ' J c a ^ c w l » Z° suffering a fracture of the right le G . [ Farmers' Biillftlin No. 94S. which ax-! w »--n»ontown tonight where tlit- l-n- Hc was admitted to the Cottago State ! plains how germination testa are mad«! * oa "* wa p * mis Wl11 10 P Ja ^« y hospital for treatment. i has htwn Issued by the Department j J,, _ Sr J, 10 Tony Rossi, a laborer for the Haiti- j of Aj?ricuftun'. copie-s or which cau Ill! -' The Penn team this year, although street. The amsual spring opening of the \Vright j Metz]«r company will be held Thursday and Friday, March 14' and 15. : The E- Iunn store will liold its annual spring opening Monday anrf Tuesday of next week. Miss Beatrice Horewltz entertained the Betsy Ross club Thursday evening at her home in Johnston .avenue. The club is organized for the purpose of supplying its members Miss Clara Hcrwick and Miss Maryj Beile G. Freeman are spending the ' day in Pittsburg. Miss Roa-Hn-e Kobackcr, of Mount Pleasant, and Mrs. Samuel Harris, were visiting friends in Uniontown yesterday. Mrs. Orton Cotton, of Duobar to^rn- ship, was a UnlonUnvn visitor yesterday. ·Mrs. Lester Bowman way cabling on friends in Uniontown yesterday. more it Ohio railroad, was admitted! bo had upon request, to Congressman | for medical treatment, RoesJ's home Sterling. is in New York City. 3tamed Township Principal. Toe board of education of the Mount with War Saving stamps. The club ! Meaamt township has elected Charles throws together until a member has j w - Potter superintendent of schools stamp. Then the process is repeat- Mr - Potter *«* tormcrly principal of 1 with anofber ' the township high school. Coney Island IVancr. A Novelty Coney Dance will be held by the Monday Night club In the Standard Club roome in Uniontown Monday evening, March 11, A feature viU be the Serpenine Waltz and Confetti Battle. Dancing 8.30 to 12.00. Music by Bower's five-piece Jazz or- chestra.--Adv.--9-2t. LAYMEN'S CONFERENCE n^i as s t f o n K as in previous seasons, ! has been meeting with good success. ; It has scored victories over several Ftrong or^unlzations and will proha- i hly claim tbe. championship ot Lhe ; county ii;;ain this year. Iniportant .Mectinc Sveheduled Fur Xwct Thursday hi HapMst Church. Ktlncatiouul 'Meetintr. A meetiDK of the Fayette County Ed- An important conference oC laymen u c a i ; o nul Association is being held at of the Baptist church will bo conduct-: lhe Centra] school in South Browns- etl Thursday evening at 7.SO o'clock , v l U e t o d a y Two local school men Entertains Cbuts. Catherine Smith, daughter of Mr in tbe First Baptist church by Prank H. Robinson of Pittahurg. Similar conferences are being .held all over the country and are arousing great 2d with another. Patronize those who advertise^ Try our classified advertisements. and Mrs. Walter Smith of Dawson is entertaining the Standard Bearers of the Cochran Memorial Methodist church at Dawson this afternoon at her borne in Railroad, street. Follow- j ing the business meeting refreshments will be served. interest among the men oE the churches. The churches of Uniontown, Greensburg', Dunbar. Scottdale and Mount Pleasant hare 6ecn invited to send delegations of men to Lhe conference. Superintendent Ashe and High School Principal Be!a B. Smith are on the program. Mr. Ashft delivered an address during the afternoon session. This afternoon Principal Smith talk's ed on "Physical Training." Doabar Township, Prfoats (\ H Qnintet on Loiscnrinir FliK»r. The high school team lost to Dun- i bar township on the floor at Leisen- j ring; last night, £3-20. The Jocals I ^ere given a worw? defeai. last j night Iban thyy got in the previous ! game with the township team here j earlier in the season. The Dunbar i township teatii which is much heavier ; Lhan ConnellsTille high held the ad- ' vantage most of the time. ' Bill Lyons scored the majority of | baskets for Connelis^-ille, getting five j field goals. The Dunbar guards w e r e , continually on Struble's heel? holding j him to one goal. Jitnmie McConnell. I who if- usually relied on to cage some ' of the Hcores'did iiot get tlie ball j ihrougtt once last night. 0'1-aughJin i f^cored 21 of Dunbar township's points i himself, caging five field goals and,' shooting 11 out of 13 fouls. j VANDERBILT TO REGISTER Plan Will be OntHnwl Tomorrow at 'Jleetlngr of IVomon. Mrs. Kate Ritenonr, of Unioniown, '_ who hus charge of the registration or women in layette county Jor war i worJt. will mak« an address i,-: the First Presbyterian church at Vaader- "Rr»dy Re-interred. }jilt lo^orrow afternoon at 2:30 i The body of Earl Gideon Hosteller! °' clock - The-meeting will be heW un- ; 14 months old, was disinierred from! de . r tbe au P ice » of the women's c o m - : Also Burned for Almost a Year. Got Worse, Hair Came Out By Combfuls. Cuticura Soap and Ointment Completely Healed in Three Months. "My hair began falling out Jind changed from a shiny black to an ugly dead color. My head Itched and burned day and night for almost*year, I thought I had dry tetter and the humorgot worse. Myhaii came out by combfuls. "I was told to nse Cuti- cnra Soap and Qimment and I 1 did. Thefirstapplicaiionaeemed very cooling so I continued using them, and in three months' time my head was completely healed." (Signed) Miss Sarah Hurst, R- 1, East Ear], Pa.. October 3, 1917- Clear the pores of impurities by daily use of Cuticura Soap and occasional touches of CuiicuraOint ment as needed to soften, soothe and heal. They ere ideal for every toilet and nursery purpose. Sample EuohFroc byM«U. Addresatx»t- card:"Cuticuro, Dcit. R.Koiton." Sold cveryivhrre. Jxwp23c. Oinrment "5 and SOe. l^oungwood cemetery and reburied in mitlee of Vandcriilt. GRAND JURY REPORTS lot The More Particurlar 6 Your Taste The more you will appreciate Instant Postum You can vary its strength by the quantity used to the individual cup--and you may ; drink as many cups as you like without fear of harm or discomfort. A Very Popular American Drink These Times ow -Urines Approved in Report riled in (!turfc This Morning. The grand jury of the March term j of court completed its work, and re- j ported this niorning to Judge J. Q. | Van wearingeu in Uniontown. Of a total of 119 bills passed upon OS were j reLurnecl true and 21 ignored. TUe jury approved throe bridges, among them, one over Jacobs creek at | Iron Bridge, costing ,?5,000, and an- olhdr over Mount?, creek on the road from Connellsvlllc to Broad Ford, costing ?15,000. i tbe Baptist cemetery at PcnnsviJle. leased died November 20. 1914. HP was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Hos- tctler. the former dying a few weeks ago. Undergoes Operation. Miss .Mary Elizabeth Kenney, dangb- j .Mrs. G." ter of Mr. and Mrs. J, J. Kenney of Somerset, formerly of ConneUsvillp, underwent an operation for appendicitis, in the Mercy hosplLal, piUsbiirg It is proposed 10 instiuue at Van- debit t registration days for the registration of women in th/e women's committee of the Committee of National Defense. Mrs, Ritenour will outline ibe plan of work and emphasize tie necesHty for.every woman registering. B. Roberts is iearf of lhe women's committe of Vanderbill. FWK AT , Coupon Bonds. Or Uie second Liberty Loan, ready for delivery a t ' t h e First tional Shower for Jlride. SCOTTDALE, March -9,--A number lot relatives of Mrs. Albert F. Hemp i gathered at the borne of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Herbert, of Chestnut street, Thursday evening and tendered her a miscellaneous shower. {The affair was a complete surprise. Mrs. Hemp, before her marriage on [ (February 19 was Miss Florence Her- j bert. Mr. Hemp is in the military pervice, being stationed at Camp Lee, Petersburg, Va. An Interesting 1 Display. Unusual interest is being shown aud many favorable comments have been made regarding the new spring patterns and designs oc the famous Whh- ta.ll rugs now being featured in Aaron's .display windows.. Stork at Conilueuc.o. A son was born yesterday to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hail at their borne at | Confluence. rrfiit IValtK KecepHon Xondftj* j Ac Jacques, ^larkell Hall. Kifer-le's orchestra,--Adv.--S-2U i Damage to ext«nt of $1»,000 Caus ] IjftsL Evening Then 1 , Fire which for a time threatened the · whole downtown business section, did j M5,flQQ damage and created a near! panic in the Arcade theatre at Browns-1 viHe last night. ^ j The fire, of undetermined origin, j broke out in the clothing siore of J. Klein, occupying part of a three-story '. frame structure on Market street, containing the theatre also, and spread i to an adjoining iwo-sLory frame build-, 1 ing and from, there to a two-story frame building. i TO 1VL\ THE VAIL The U. S. Gvernment Requests neon- J omy in all Things. j Everything you save, whether it is ; | food, fuel, clothing or cash, strength- , | en.s the government by adding to its available resources and he4]»= win i h o , war. Savings accounts may be start- [ d at the old, reliable Firsl National j of Couuellsville with $J. Liberal iu- | ttirest.--adv. ' 1 Chas. C. Mitchell FUNERAIDIRECTOR 129 SouLli Plusbtirs Street. Both Phcnai. I employ no agents or solicitors. doinK busii:esft strictly on my owa tit yenrs practical i merits. Motor Funeral Service if Desired. N1CHT CAIiLS J i N S \ V j j j : E D AX OFFICE. li^d S!m*ts ioualed. j Twenty-three' hospital shirts iisti-d: in a report of worlc sent to headquarters by the Dawson'Red Cross' were mad.j by Mrs. W. H. Moore Irom materials purchased by herself. All I were doEatsd to lhe Eed Croas. I LADIES ' W h i - i i i r r o ^ u l . i r or d e l a y f.-d u ? ^ T r i U ! n ; » l t 1*1] 1-". S;iJV a n d a l w a y ^ de- pe;:dah]D. X O L pnjil ;ii r]ruj* piorcs. Do not o x p c r i n i c n i \vilh o t h e r s ; aavft- dls- n p p o i n i m e n t . W r i t e for "Relief" and

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