The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 12, 1918 · Page 5
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, March 12, 1918
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TJESDAY, MARCH iz, uns. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNEtLSVILLE, PA. - PAGE FIVE. CEEBRATESHIS 5ITH JWWYERSARY Xr W. A. 9f»r*h, Mt. Pl«a»- art Ph:r»leia», Has Had M*et Active Career. EASY TO DARKEN GRAY HAIR ··-' ' · · " · Toi CM Brhis Back C«i«r ud iJmtre Sage Icti awl .Snlph.rj C1TC CLDI NAMES OFFICERS S«a Dm to Wife »f Ci»pa»y l_j ; Pmrtttowm H»rt«d '. H«.»ttal Wttk one for each year that-he is practiced. This with a cake with ·' candles formed the table .decora- ins. The place carte were made as ;uvenlrs, and tach had something to · with medicine. Tie guests pro- it were CoU E. M. Gross and Rabe ,: .Marsh. GreenslrurE; ii. J. Jordan, Urobe; Dr^M. W. Homer, S.' C; jovenson, O. P. Shupe, Dr. R. E. Ful- ;.». Jofen L. Shields, Dr. Jtary L. irsa. Dr.- "W. A. Marsh, Rev. J. E. .irtaMn, G. "W." Stoner, Dr. S. L ·osby. Dr. B. M. Lo*r, James S. let and J. A. Warden. Dr. Marsh lone of the- best koown surgeons in »tera, Pennsylvania. He was in the Bks ot the Civil War and in. 1866 en- tied Jelleraon Medical college and *s graduated in 1S6S. Except for one r at "West Bethany and Madison J. Xarsft has spent all of his 50 years i Mt. Pleasant He became deeply iereated in. surgery and has been aroad several times for study. The ;'aterpkce was presented to Dr. ·3ttsh by his grandchildren. Ctrlc Clm* Elect*. rbe annual meeting of the* Ciric ab was held in tie borough bnild- il yesterday afternoon when the fol- Iriaj officers -were 'elected: Preei-, At, Sirs. George W. Stoner; vice pxident, Mrs. S. M.-Kennedy; secre- ty. Mrs. D. M. Pigman; treasurer, JB. William Racusin. A report was ·en of the food dfflr.Ottsiratioa held a the high school building and t'-5 "M given the cooxmuuity fund. Tiolated Oril ··»*; Flaed. oe -Smith, of Vine street, was ar- .zted with violating ordinance . on 34tavc without license and was fined la Artflferr Kectaeot. harlcs WilKams, colored, of pbe was^given. a special induction ai went into Pittsburg where he Joed the 351 heavy field artillery. He » ordered to report at the -District Brd No. 6 headquarters this morn- ii and leave kumediately for Camp Coiipaay E. Soldier a Fatter. .it. and Mrs. Bert Crusan are the yud parents of a son born at the - 3ln street home of Mrs. Crusan's yents. Mr. and Mrs. Harcom on iturdar evenis. Mr. Crusan, · the ither. U a member of Company E., 'Jl»th regiment at Camp Hancock. .2Tr. Crusaa also served on the border.«»d aad Wife IB Hospital. Steve Bala^, aged 27 years, and his ' wife, Elizabeth', 23 years old- of Par- Uttown woo were suffering with typhoid fever were taken to the Memorial hospital for treatment bare a four weeks old bady. i Seeclu to The Courier. ; MT. PLEASANT, March 12.--Dr. F. I "Whoa you darken your hair with \ i. Marsh last, evening-celebrated his j Sase Tea and Sulphur, no one can | pth *nniversiary of the practice ot I tell, because it's done so naturally, j ledicine witti a dinner at his "West; so evenly. Preparing 'this mixture, j Tain street jtoote. - Covers were laid i though- .at home is mussy and trou- ' 17. The centerpiece was a bed of \ bltsome. At little coat you can buy ' " ' " at any ofrus store the ready-io-usc preparation, improved by the adidtion of otter ingredienu, called ''Wyeth's j Sage and Sulphur Compound." You jost dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this through your hair taking one Email strand at a time. By morning all gray hair disappeared, and after another application or. two. ywur hair becomes ·· .beautifully darkened, glossy and luxuriant. · Gray, faded iiur, though no disgrace, is a sign of old age, and as we all desire a youthful and attractive apearance, s** busy at once with "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound j and looks years younger. 'This ready- ' tp-use preparation is a delightful toilet r3flui?,ite and not a medicine. It is not intended for the cure, nriltiga- tion,or prevention of disease.--adr. SALTS IF KIDNEYS OR BLADDER BOTHER HaraWi to Fluh KUmtjs and Ken- \ tarllw IrrHatteg AdUs. ! Kidney and bladder weakness result from uric acid, saye a noted authority. The kidneys niter this acid from the blood and pass it m to the bladder, where it often remain* to rritate at toe neck of the bladder, obliging you to seek relief two or three times during the night. The sufferer is in constant dread, the water passes sometimes with a scalding sensation and is very profuse; again, there is difficulty in avoiding it. BUdder weakness, most folks call this it, because they can't control urination. "While it is extremely annoying :ind sometimes very painful, thie is really one uf tie most simple ailments 10 overcome. Get about four ounces ot Jad Salts . from, your pharmacist and take a tablespoonful in a. glass o! water before breakfast, continue Ibis for two or three days. This wiil neutralize the acids in the urine so it no longer is a source of irritation to i the bladder and urinary organs which ' then act normally again, " i Jad Salts is inexpensive, harmless, · and is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with IMiia, and is used by thousands of folks who are subject to urinary disorders caused -by uric acid irritation. Jad Salts is splendid for kidneys and causes no bad effects -whatever. Here you have a pleasant, efferves- They i cent lithia-water drink, wnica quickly relieves bladder trouble.--adv. NOHDHEYKMCWE A PHYSICIAN'S TREAT- GIVES BETTER SATISFACTION j MENT FOR CATARRH, 1 ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS Of all the medienes that we handle in onr drug store tbere is 'none more Mtiafactory than Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- Hoot. Qratlfying results are aVways obtained by thcee who use it is. disease* of the kidneys, liver and bUd- d* t v»nd ita value in such casts sells the preparation. It has been one of our best sellers for five years. Very truly yours, 1. J. PETffitMAM CO., Druggists. illy 28th, 1917. Borne, X. T. tr. KOm*r Jt Co, WM». H. Y. Ttve What Swamp-Hoot Will Do For YOB. n . Sad ten cents to Dr.' Kilmer fc Co, BinbamtOQ, N. Y.. for a sample size bot£. It will convince anyone. You willilao receive a booklet of valuable intonation, tellinc about the kidneys and,ladder. When writing, be sure andnention The Connellsville Daily Coner. Medium and large size bottles » sal* at all drug stores.--adv. Sinuply obtain a flmall jar of Fork- ola Jelly--all good drugjriats have it, and allow about! one-quarter of a teaspoonful to slowly.melt In your mouth. In a few minuses a ffentle griow will be felt and that hard choking, clogr- £Tingr matter will be easily coughed up and excelled. A short but steady treatment for a week or 10 days will rid you of disgusting catarrh for«Ter. Deafness is often caas«d by catarrh ady sufferers, are advieed to Insert a small piece of Forkola Jftlly on a piece of absorbent cotton into tb« eT. Do thie "*at bedtime and Ke how a few nlfrhts* treatment win relieve you. There's nothing that will so quickly give relief, to catarrh sufferers as Bacorn's Porkola Jelly. Every druggist in this country, guarantees it on the money back if dissatisfied plan.-Adv. lend Xea U Railroad*. Many coal operators in Ohio have detailed men from their staffs for work'-in various railroad shone and repair yards. The Supreme Style Event of the Whole Year A TIMELY AND SPIRITED PRESENTATION OF AUTHENTIC NEW FASH, IONS FOR'SPRING An event that the ·women of Connellsville and vicinity have learned to look forward to as the fashion event that begins the new season. For weeks we have been receiving continuous delegations of the cleverest new styles, till now every department has received its quota--Modes that express the charm of Spring-time and the joy of Easter-tide. Meeting your requirements in new and worthy merchandise is our purpose. The entire store has donned its Spring garb and now we are ready .to welcome you. -" Be our guest, we will be pleased to welcome and entertain you and your friends. . , MUSIC THURSDAY 2.30 TO 5 P.M. By Kiferle's Orchestra. Smithfield. ClaMMei Bring .reenlti. Con only Ic a SMITHFIELD^ March 12.--A* number ol draftees from this community ere before the District No. 4 board at. point Marion Sunday for final ex| amlnatiou. Among those from Smith- j field were Harry Groover, William Bnrcninal, Walter Hines. Harry Hopn and Charles Moser. Mirs. C. A. Metcaif and Mrs. T. L. Boord left Thursday evening for Camp L«e to visit Howard Boord and other ,-relatives and friends from Smithfield in that camp. Mrs. Dr. Charles Ryan arrived here .from a visit paid relatives at Boston, Mass., and is now at the home of her father, J. "W. "Weaver, where she will be for some time. Dr. Ryan, her husband, is in the service and is now in London, Kng., on his way to France. Omer Button has bought a Dodge car.. In the-spelling match Friday between the Pleasant Hill and "Weaver schools of Georgres township in which Pleasant Hill was victorious, both schools did exceedingly well. Several pupils r£ each school made 100 per ceat. Miss Britt teaches the Pleasant Hil! school, and Mrs. George the Weaver school. The contestants were required to write tlic words griven. Joseph Hoon, aged 13, who had spelled 200 words the day before without missing, missed one word in writing the list. If otic*. Mem's and Shina have taken over tlie livery business of Jogeph L. Stader and will transact business under the above firm name.- They have taken possession thie rooming.--Adv. --12-1L DK. C. H. SHERRY. Patronize those who advertise. Spedallat in Drvgless and Electric Treatment "Will be at his Connellsville offic* "Wednesday from 9 A. M. to S P. M., . and will be here on Saturday from 9 A. M. to 12 A. -M. and from. 3.30 P. M. to 8 P. M. OfBoe Second National Bank building. If you are sick see this doctor. He will examine you free and tell you why you are sick:--Adv . "£LF" STUBBS AJTTBODY HAS A BIGHT TO CHANGE TKEIB MUST) EDWI3U tBMt.urJ MIL TW MUSK, f 3 ^ *»r BUST TH* . ] *»H

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