The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 13, 1918 · Page 5
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March 13, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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f^fi^^fK-'^ ^WF^S^-;P ? ^"-5"?-,~: I?};-;:;..-·· - · . ; . ; · ; · ' - j - - WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1918. 1TI3 DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA, FACifi FITS : to Th« Courier. KT. PLEASANT, -March 13.--Miss Emma. XJQer will conduct a clerk and /earrwr examination at the First "Ward ichool building on March 23. It is hoped, that a large class will take part In the examination and that all persons wUhing to take the examination wBl come early so that they may h«ve entrance cards. Bwit T«. The Junior Society of Che United Presbyterian church will hold a tea at the parsonage from 2 until o'clock on Saturday afternoon. The proceeds win so to the Boys' Home at Khartum. Eobert f. THEY GAVE AfTER SICKNESS It Completely Restored Her Strength · Brooklym, N. Y,--"Pneumonia left me weak and tked, with' * my shoulder blades, Robert P. Ramsay, aged 28 years, died yesterday at his homr at Tarrs. ; Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Tarr church and interment will be made in the Tarr cemetery. FIa» Oyster Sapper. Several times during the past -winter the Odd Fellows club have made an effort to hold an oyster supper and. each time they expected to nave the supper the boy would be frozen over so* that no oysters could lie shipped and the lovers of oysters were doom-ed to disappointment. They have set .March 28 as the date and expect this time to hold the supper in the 1C 0. O. i F. club rooms. -x, All«y Angel Pinched. j Miss Minnie Johnston, known as t b e j Alley Angel, was arrested, charged with disorderly conduct by Police Officer "White, and left-a ten dollar for-i feit with the burgess. Volts Organized. ,, Miss Edith "Warden has organized / the following units of the Junior Red Cross: St. Joseph Parochial school, James Mullin. chairman; Hocla No. 1, with paint, nadcr a bad coach and no appetite. Five bottles "of Vinol my strength and health. I in weight and my cough dis- j appeared."--Mrs. B. Ricbter, 132 j Median St., Brooklyn, N. Y. This is became Vinol is a constitutional, cod liver and iron remedy ·which creates an appetite, .aids digestion, enriches the blood and in this natural manner restores health and ·strength. Formula on every bottle. Show it to your doctor- He knows. Laughrey Drag Co., F. H. Harraen- ing, ComneLlsvlHc; David C. Eason, Dnnbar, and at the'best drng store In every town and city in the country. NEW RACE DEPARTURE / i litermJttent Entry Fee is Adopted for | the Dawson iltet. The management of the Dawson Fair, to be held September 10-13. has announced that it will give Lave proved to be .of more tbaa passing interst to horsemen looking for engagements on the two- lap tracks. A new departure in half-mile track stakes was anounced by Secretary Harry Cochran wlten he adopted the intermittent plan of payment of entrance fee. The classes are open to the world and consist of the 2:24 pace. -Jesse Hosfelt. hcairman: Hecia No.|, :lg ^ot. and a 2:17 pace and each 3, Andy Bindof. chairman; Hecla Xo.| carry a va ,, Je of ;600 4, Nellie Saure'vein. chairman; Hecla ^jVeadj- a number . of No. 6. Genevieve Mullin. chairman. Talks on Cainp Life. Morris Pigman of Company E, 110th . regiment, gave a talk on Camp LUa,at i ,, ,,,, U111J ^ ^ , u ^ tuli the. Re-union Presbyterian Sunday tennlttent payment plan was given school on Sunday morning on Cample public and Dawson is the first i track, to adopt this method in this eady a number . of horsemen have heard th« call and by March 15 the secretary promises to bare a bunch of entries. lt was only last ycar that the ia _ After Violators. Burgess Sam P. Stevens has notified all ot his police officers that the All of this must be removed. Indian Creek. country outside of the mile tracks. The new fllan calls for oniyj per cent of the purse of 5600, j ordinance relative to the dumping of.| j j ^ e entry is made on or before i ashes and garbage off 6[ one's own j .March 15; $12 if made before April] property be strictly enforced and thc|is ; $ig if made before May 15; J25 i l l police are making a special tour of the! matte before June 15. Five per cent is j alleys and streets, l o o k i n g ' f o r any I all that is asked to name a horse i n ; place that garbage or ashes may be, any of the events a week before the dumpen. on the streets and sidewalks.! race of September 3. ; I These stakes are the most liberal j ! that have been announced to date and i ' should be the magnet to draw many ' good horses to this meeting this fall, j Dawson follows the state fair at! INDIAN CREEK, March 13.--Miss ^-heeling, and as all the best half-1 Bertha Pryer of Connellsvilie spent a' i!e performers can always be f o u n d ! lew days here at 'the home ;f Mr. arid! at \vheeiing. Dawson will have fully I Mrs. Walter Smith, the guest of Missj as » oo ,j | f not.a much better entry list: Duella Ritenour. j than Wheeling. . i ^ William -Miller and John Hansel o t j ^ Mill Run -were business callers in Con-j 'nellsville. ' i Mrs. James Cole of Luzerne spent! a few days here among frknds. j Hiram Connor was a business visi-j tor in Connellsville. ! Mrs. Dave Bigani and daughter) Geraldine of Mill Run are spending! today among Connellsville friends, i Bruce Miller returned to duty this morning after a week's illness. S. G. Sweitzer bas resumed duty! after a week's illness. Read The Daily Courier. - : NEAR^ DEATH! Saved br a Miracle Frank Bigam of Mill Run business caller here today. P*.--"Two years ago to get weak and pain, but I didn't pay any a t t e n t i o n , t thinking it would 'soon get all right again. But instead I got worse, and ,1 .called the doctor. Ha ga-re me some medicine and I got wore«. I j went to bed. Sometimes he gave mo _.»»,. pills, then powders, then liquid medi- Perryopolis. PERRYOPOLIS, March 13.--Rev. L. R. Doak of Bethany, W. Va., preach- ^_ __ ed at the Christian church both morn- J'/TM' "^ ^j"^ £ r eignt'"monthj. ing and cveging Sunday. ! Uy appetite was gone and my weight.. Miss Oreta Sisley of Hazolwood is] dropped from. 190 to 130. I could not 'v'siting relatives in town. sleep only when forced by an opiate. I A daughter has arrived at ihe home, was un and down. Sometimes my water of*VTr »nrt \Ir« IIHKP M i i r n h v ' W0 " ld Iook llkc 8 P r l D ' Water ' the " hk * ' oOIr. and -Mrs. Jesse Murpn , y fl thm ]jte m ., k Md iM(J ,,,, Miss Helen Marshall of Monessen -- - - - - spent the weck-enil with town. Mrs. R. P. Kamerer was a Pittsburgh shopper Monday. A daughter' arrived at the home- of Mr. an* Mrs. E. P. Thorpe Sunday. _ _ . Dewey Kerr of. Roscoe spent Sun-i' a ppie°haiig)n| outside my'bedroom wi: f!ay with friends of town. . ! dow and said my life was like the appl* Gilbert Sisley, Edward Burnwprthj--no telling when it would drop. Just and Charles Chalfant are called to U"=n «" tTM 1 ° x ° £ the **""* Tablets Brownsville today for physical · examination. , Wc f o r a . .. ,, ~ f c ~_ . .. J package of Anuric. friends in; j too i; themi au/l the pain let up. I got two more bottles and was up and around the house, and after using two more I went to work again. Doctor Pierce'a Anuric Tablets alone saved my life. One 1 day I plainly asked my physician if I going' to die. He pointed to an Ke*p lK« family 'r« from cold* by uwig , my health."--AKDREW 0. SMITH,Boi. 18. "F/UE HOPE, PA.--"I hereby testify- that I used Dr. Pierce'» Annrie Tablet! for kidney trouble, and they have dona me so much good that-I would like for SEE THE SPRING- GAJRDEN WINDOW DISPLAY AN ALTHENTIC PRESENTATION OF SPRING FASHIONS "TEE BUd ST©: The Supreme Style Event of the Whole Year A TIMELY AND SPIRITED PRESENTATION OF AUTHENTIC NEW FASHIONS 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. ' · friends. Be our guest, we will be pleased to welcome and entertain you and your MUSIC THURSDAY 2.30 TO 5 P. M. By Kiferle's Orchestra. SEED BILL APPROVE. Measure to A ill Farmers is Favorably Acted Upon by Honse OnniitttF. The Baer bill to purchase seeds for all other people- who are bothered with I farmers and mobilize farm labor has kidney trouble w use them. I have Died [been approved by the HOI..SC ' Aericu'l- ICK'S VAPORUBS , a great many kinds of medicine bat DOM [ has helped me or has done me as much i good aa Annric."--MES. Axtta WIL- j LIAMS, S'dir Hope, Pa. CENSUS OF MEN OVER 50 the 101S crop to make advances or ' loans to farmers in spring wheat areas ' wherever h finds special need for as- ! sistancc in purchase o£ wheal, oats j Sui?)!i»tcd "S llasis for Adoptiiift Olil- and barley for seefl purposes, or j where necsary. to procuru seed and 1 sell it to farmers and $",500,000 is for | voluntary mobilization and d-istribu- i Systom in tilt 1 Stiito. A census by Ihe police in every cily and town in the than SO yean Age Pensions, recently appointed by Governor Brumbaugh. J Reports from poor directors or eachj couiUy show the average cost o f ' maintenance per capita, ia $2.80 a: week. It was the consensus of opinion j Hare you overworked your nervous fiTitem and CMued trouble with your kidnejaand llTcrr H»v« you pains In loins. Bide and back? Bare you A flabby appearance of the face and under the eyes? Il ·WU.X.IA1IS' KIDNEY AND tlVB For Bale bj all dmgglsts. frice tura! Cc«nmittee. Tlic bill carries an appropriation of j ha-rwsting the 191S crops. , ?1Q,«X),QOO, of v,-hacU $T^«W,000 is to enable the secretary of agriculture for Patronize those who advertise. ·Jon of farm labor for production and pose o [ obtaining information for the state of all persons! that the monthly pensions should be.·ntjji.s-cc.cn p,.« n.»j ~ .re of age for the pur- *25. The commission will report toi"""- 1 *" 5 MFG - W - Pr " s ' Cl «"««l, [ granting of old-age pensions wns pro- i nosed at a hearing of the State. Gom- Classified i mission for tlic consideration of Old- j Bring results. Cost only lc a -word. the ne\t Legislature. For sale by Connellsville Drug Co. Hunting Bargains ! You will find them in onr ad. cohrmas. "CAP* STUBBS PBHDE5T SAJJOCr By I LIME CHOCOLATE TOO 1 . WOT C-4T V«TH VOUR Ml N'T THESE I "RED C-UroTWOPS '{JEST A jaNEV ) APIECE', ERRAND) I COME HIH r- / ^wou^^» HtRp/ OH, \'M C-ONNft

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