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March 14, 1918

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-PAGE TWCX THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVIUua. L J A. THURSDAY, MARCH 14, jr V- i k Tae Independent Order of B'nai rJ'rath lieW It Annual social affair Tuesday .night^n Marktll hall, about 3ft r-?tfplg«. 7^TiM«^1ny"ft aUmbCT'Of OUt ot town-^uwUi jrtftoding. .--4bout.il o'clock a patriotic march was played, and all those pa-ticipoting in it were presented with an. American.-"flag.- The march was-led by the president of the order, Alfred J. Kobacier, who carried ,a service flag, containing ten stars, representing the members who were absent. When-the "Star Span- tied Banner" 'was plajed by the or' ctteBtra:* large flag was unfurled 1 from tbe ceiling. Ktterle's orchestra was at its best, and the scene was certainly an impressing one. A lap luncheon, was served by the wives of the members, and during-the" luncheon it- was announced Jtttat--ST^salo^-pf war savings stinnj53roulrl;-be jondactod^ and" within . of stampESrw sjrNKTibed. The-»oU-" itors J6r;tMC»ale jt stanps were'Hr E. Bca»wlti~A. J. Kofcacker and Jos^: eph-~BowKiT: Dancing was again re^ had a delight: f ul 3fipeV--Tne entertaining committee!; wayjt»niM«d of Abe Daniels, Jamcs~ KaHgm t t · Shun Oppenb^im and-^A.' 31 KobaelMr.-^RK proceedB wera for the: · '· ·· ·" nd sailors. Th* ot towa guests were- present rratt- and Mrs. Posner, MrT and Mrs. Ktcusin- Mr. and Mrs. Ko; backer and XlM Rosaliae Kobaclcer, of Mt Pleasant; Morris linday, Edward Hempl«, H. Aronson, Jacob ATODSOD, Mr. C. Schulman and Mr. Rivlen, of ftttsburg; M. P»phael, I. Maritowitz, F. Bann, M. Klein. Mr. Rtmbarth, A. F. Stroase, Dr. RosentJiai and A. Veis«- ot BtownsviWerH-'Ziskind, Mr. and Mrs. CnarlM Q-TtOW, Miss R. Racosin, VT. KahBowiU, W. Corman and Sarah Racnnn ol Greenaborg; G. Monshecn, ot Kiladtlphia; B. Haft, of New York; L. Morri* B. Melman, Mr. and Mr*. M. Jtorris, A. Miller, S. Miller, JtEsg Brodle, T. Bertnan. of Scottdale; Ml«s Irene Goid»tein, of Uniontown; " Huston of Bmontown, left this morning for "Washington, D. C. At the conclusion of -her visit Miss Reid will leave- for Atlantic City to join her mother, who^expects to leave for tho seashore next Tuesday. A complete showing of all that is newest and best in this season's millinery at McParland's, Apple street. --Adv.--14-3t. No/it Anderson went to Star Junction this morning to see his uncle, Frank Anderson, -who is ill. J. J. Robson. a well known West Peen motor-man- is confined to his home in Eighth street. Greenwood, with in attack of grip and neuralgia. Mrs. Prank Huston of Uniontown is the guest ol her sister, Mrs. J. M. Reid of West Peach street TK«« Stmctmcs to he Erected by - Meleroft Coal Company. The "Water Supply Commission of Pennsylvania has approved the applications, of the Melcroft Coal company for the erection of three steel deck plate girder bridges ia the Indian CreetTV'alley. One is to bo built over Champion creek about 1400 feet abave it mouth, another about 4,200 feet up ibe same stream and a third over Indian creek just below the mouth of Champion creek. These structures will form a part of the railroad spur be_.ng built m connection with the extensive mine developments planned by the Jtelcrolt Coal company. the Xis»w Delyiuiito-", town. of Morgan- -Tae.»««ular meeting of the Business Women's -Christian association will be held toeifnt in the association roomr in -th*. Odd Fellows' Temple. Supper will b« terred by Mrs. I. W. Myers, .In. John Wilder and Mrs. Charles.'Weiwerber, a committee from the Trinity Epitcopal church. Mrs. B..C. Fair was hostess at the regalar-mMting-o( the Silver Thimble club yesterday afternoon at her home ;. at Scottdale. Twenty members and ·· guests attended and spen. the after: noon at knitting and fancy work. De- hcioux refreshments were served. ' " Mrs. H. It Krejip»£will entertain -the T5 dob "Wednesday afternoon, 'March 27, " at her'home in Patterson atenne. The Unity Fraternity. heldn;a^"v { 57, enjoyable social last evening aftbe- COWHtED ITOMEf. ERNEST VAN SANT DISCHARGED FROM FRENCH HOSPILAL Continued from Pare Otic, from home, the mails | abroad often being very much delayed aud in some instances failing to reach their destination because of the activities of the U-boats. CAPTAOr BAILEY FUTOS Captain TO »0. J. Bailey, stationed at the base hospital at Port Ogletborpc, Ga_ wrote a friend in Conncllsville recently that he is being kept busy. Numerous cases of measfes ha\e developed among j.he men at this station, leaving an ear affection as an after effect Captain Bailey states that he treats moi e such cases in one day than be previously did in a' year at home. WAR'S HORRORS OF NEXT 60 DAYS WILL AROUSE THE PEOPLE 1 Continued from Fagre One. to rnake some sacrifices a'so, which would not be nearly as great. The speaker declared that the country wa^not vet awakened "You liare soon the boys Ipayp and hare soen some of them jiome on their last fnrlwigh. Then Ton hmc read about them going oyor there. KOK they are on the firinfr line. Yon are ^oing to read in the next fevr we^ks or In GO days of those boys gting over the' toy. Some of them are point: to fad. Then I think ire arc pro- Inf to nakc Tip." "You have a great work to do in Ruddy Cheeks--Sparkling Eyes --Most Women Can Have Says Dr. Edwards, a Wefl-Known Ohio Physician Dr. F. M. Edwards for 17 years treated scores of women for lirer and bowel ailraenta During these years he gave to his patients a prescription made of a few well-known vegetable ingredients mixed with olive oil, naming them Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets. You will know them by their olive color. These tablets are wonder-workers on the Hver and bowels^ which caoae a normal action, carrying off tho waste and poisonous matter in one's system. i If you have a pale face, sallow look, dufl [ eyes, pimples, coated tongue, headaches, a, listless, no-good feefing, all out of sorts,! inactive bowel v you take one of Dr. I Edwards' Olive Tablets nightly for a time and note the pleasing results. cducnting the people of your corn-] Thousands of women as well as men munifj' io buy War Savings Stamps," j take Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets--thesuc-] Mr. Mullen told the postmasters, "and cessful "substitute for calomel--row t and to show them that it is the safest in- the*J«£*5i£?" t S££ES? im - MOKE COKE ILEGIOJT BOIS JOCf THE 3LURDTES. William A. Hawthorne and Albert De Santis of Scottdnle, Joseph C. Boyle of Bverson. and Joseph rteamha ol Uniontown enlisted in tho Marine Corps at the Pittsburg recruiting station yesterday. li OODfG TO VISIT THKIR SOX AT CA.KP J.EE Street Inspector and Mrs 'William McCormick will leave tonight for Camp Lee, Petersburg, Va,, to visit their vjn, Ray McCormick, who Is In training there. They wl return home the earlj part of next week. SHGF.E G.VTVS J!»i FOUNDS IS C\MT Ralph Sliger, Mho is with Company H.. 319th Infantry stationed at Camp Lee* Petersburg', Va., has gained 19^ pounds since going into training, according to a post card received by R- "W". Leiberger. i vestment in the world." "W. Russell Carr of Uniontown. laid much stress on the necesaity of sac- ^-^ rifice by those at home a n d . t h e ne- cesaity of lending tbe government money to carry on the war. **?fothing that wo can do ccjnals tho sacrifice they have to make," he declared, speaking «f tbe men in the service. "We mist be prepared lo ipyp even ounce of strength TTC have to the poYer.ii- mcnt. That's what it is to hp an American, TVt* believe in democracy and we haye to do what n o can to yprcud it a rer 1 he florid." Mr. Carr explained that each year a certain amoiuit of labor creates u. certafa product: oa in the United States, out of which production there j is only a small surplus, "If wo keep on buying as we did before the var," he said, referring to the extravagance of the people, "we are buying ic competition Tvitb the- government, because the government has, of necessity to JOc and 25c per boxr All druggists. THE KITCnCN CABINET There's a sonff in my heart though my hands to thejr task. The task of the winter mutjt clliff, And my soul makes reply to earth, ocean and Kky A welcome--tt welcome to sprinjr. Ralph writes that he was among a j make enormous purchases. Every j group or soldiers photographed by a j person who buys a thrift stamp with- Eiter Enthusiastically TTpon Work at Pittsburg newspaper man and to be draws from competition with the gov- Ited Cross Headquarters. The colored women of the on tho look out for the picture which eminent 25 cents." city. anxious to Shave a part in the activities of the Red Cross have formed a sefwrag untt of 15 members and have entered very enthusiastically into the work. They reported at headquarters yesterday for the 'first time and displayed lively interest in their first les- 90 n. Jfrs. Harry Jennings is serving as instructor to the new group of sewers. KEEPING POSTED. Is an Important Factor in Business Success, Knowing what to expect and getting ready for new coaciitous-- tollowing the trend of activities in your own line and erry other line that may af- appear soon in^ a Pittsburg Sunday paper. BASH sorssox KKFOKTS KOU O H D X V X C K DUTY. Attorney Basil J. Soisson, who enlisted some time ago in the ordnance department has gone to Washington, D. C . to take up his duties. Mrs Soisson accompanied him Attorney Sots- sou is the fourth local attorney to enlist. UA.TKEK CiSTJttTTOR AT K K L L V FIEU) 1 , Mr.-,. Clara Ranker of Easl Fair- j view avenue, has received a letter i from her son, John J. Ranker, who is j J. Buoll Sndor of Perryppolis made a short address and Rev. J. L Proudfit made the concluding talk, "You know if we bavu a desperate case of sickness we don't care what it costs to get well. The same thing holds good here," said the minister. "We have to give and give plentifully" "The Germans resent bcinp called the 'Hun. 1 tfrseir, I think it's slander ou the Hun. We are in this wnr to time thp modern Hun hack, to the HeU from which he came, and thrift stamps Trill help do it. God bless tlw- mail Ttho had ecu in 8 enough and insipht to Invent thp thrift stump." The meeting ended afte r several with tho Headquarters Training p o5tl[laster , nad bc( , n glvcrl ln f orm a- So.uadroa No. 613. Matioacd at Kcliy , ,,,,,, .,,,,,,.,,-,, .,,,, ,,,,,, ,,, ,,,,,,., ,,, Field, San Antonio, Texas Ranker is ing the sale of stamps to ftct your business Just plain busi- -TM --,, a,« TM«^ \ *% »? *?°«''- t - n«» common sens*. You'll tind tbe Hr »nte 4 that he like a r m y ! A ' b . ut t h r ", C °.T y , « ' Monthly Trade Review, issued hv the ,,,, , .. , .... . . , _ , (Supplied bv the local noMofli Monthly Trade Review, issued by the First Nauonal of ConneUsnlle, a great heip. It's free. Sand yoar address to the bank.-- Adv. ,. home of Howard 'Weisgerber in Vine | health street'in honor of James" Darr. The Uaity attended in a body. Dainty re- -r ireshments were served. -- Ann-Connell- Temple of the Ladies ot the Golden Eagle wDl observe its anniversary at a meeting Friday evening in Mooe* halt ;A~program : and lunch haw been arr»«ed. The G. I. A. unitrtortSe. Charleston Comforts Branch oT ttejNaTj~LeagBe_ will meet this evening at tbe home of Mrs.' J. ff. Btttaer in South, Arch street to knit for the sailors. The Priseina Sewing club met yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. 'W. Erteek in East Comtellsville to sew- lor-On- soldiers. The regular 'meeting ot the ctnb will be held tomorrow nUjht at the home of Mrs. John McGtnnis at Poplar Grove. The"J. O.- C. Jr., chus of the First Mathedist Episcopal Sunday school will meet tomorrow night at the home of Hisses 9o»an,IJlJiati Hfcka in East Pair-view avenue. A large attendance is deairen. Jlfas" Grace Penrod will entertain the Young Ladles' Mission Gmld of the Trinity Reformed church tomorrow nicht at her street. Greenwood. home in Ninth - FERSOCULS. Mrs! Jonathan Rittenhouse of Bur- Setutown is visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. B. Pjersol, and her sister, Mrs. T. Scott^ Dunn of Greenwood. The" bWt place to shop after all Browne!! Shoe Co.--Adv. Mrs. Nell Broch'of Ursina is the guest of Mrs. J._ C. .Corry: A complete showing of all that is · newest and best m this season's milllneryarSfcFaTl.ind's; Apple street -Hs?jar?=rp3c ' ·- - James Riland, .Perry. Trump, B. E- ShawTTan^: Albert- Sldridge went to ; Piftsburg this afternoon to see "Over - -the; Tip^," ."at the" Alvin-'Uieatre. " 5 -grafted?"If not, let "me'measure yo'n "TVomeii ITTw Fascinate. The art of fascination and attractiveness in womeh"is founded on good who drag · through long hoars, days, weeks and sometimes months of suffering with head- life ,-cry much and is particularly well pleased wun the "rats " He has , gaint-d JO pounds Pre^ mus to enl'bt- | ing he was a machinist at the Baltimore- Ohio biiops. ' TO LEAVESATURDAY Four Men Trom o. 5 District Will He | in Coast Artillery. MURDER SUSPECT HELD I Draft Board No. 3 th» morning re- ceivcd orders r rom the w.ir depait- Announcing Our New Special Popular Priced The most classy, popular priced line of hats ever shown in this section. RICE A VALUABLE FOOD. Plain boiled rice well cooked is digested and begins to be assimilated in one hour while many of the other cereals need three aad four hours. S a v o r y Rice.--This dish may be varied in countless ways. First h a v e t h e r i c e w e l l cooked; It should bo well ·washed and dropped Into rapidly boiling water which has been salted, and allowed to cook until every grain stands out by itself, is tender und yet not mushy. Now tafce a cupful of cooked rice, pot a layer ot it In a well-bnttered dish, then cover with a smull layer of chopped chicken, giblets or any minced meat, with a broth or -white «ouce well seasoned nnd added with each layer. Bake until thoroughly hot and serve as a "mo in dish or as a substitute Tor meat. Tomatoes, -with onion and a little chopped beef and rice, prepared in this way Is another good dish. Swedish Rice,--Boll a cupful of r'ce nnt-1 tender In salted water. Drain und dry in the oven. Stir Into It two tablespoonfnls of sweet fat, the yolks . of two eggs well beaten, a teaspoonful 1 ] of onion Jnlce and salt and puppcr to ' i [ tasti". Stir over the fire in a l!sh set ' In hot water, using a fork to stir wflb. Turn Into a round bowl to mold, then unmold on a pitttter nnd heat in the oven. Serve with dniwn butter sauce. Rice With Egga,--Take a quarter of a copfti! of washed «nd drained rice, i add a tablespoonfiil of sweet fat and ! stir until a light yellow over the hcut. Add broth, potato or any other vegetable water, and cook covered until the rice Is tender, then senson wpll nntl stir in two or three fresh esP; stir until cooked, then serve at once, dish tastes like scrambled The prices of these Hats range from $3.95 to $8.95. See our WONDER HATS before buying elsewhere. The E. Dunn Store has the exclusive ' selling · ^ rights for this section of Western Pennsylvania. "THE STOKE AHEAD." »UTTHBICK PATIERXS. $1,295] The Pilot $1,295 Until AprH 1st ] "The Car Ahead" Until April 1st The Pilot Six-Foriy-Five is a quality car of superb appearance, and enduring luggedness. It stands the test. The first Pilot was buiU eight years ago and is running today. Forty-fhe horse power, six cylinders, 119 inch wheel ba.se, real leather upholstery, full streamline body, with its powerful silent motor, and painted to suit your individual taste, it is a luxurious car to suit the most discriminating. And then the price is $50000 lover than cars of eq^al class. $695 The The Wonder Cat" Rochester 1'olice Inquire If GioiHunI I ment to eencl on Saturday, jfarch 16 j but a very few egcs ueed be used to Itroncotisuno ia H u n t e d Here. I four men lo San Antonio. Texas, un- j aprve 6ve. Milk may take tho place aches, backache and dragging-down | Tne r «hce here are in receipt of der Call No. 30 Tbe board lias hnw- ' of the broth in coo ting the rice. Skim pains'soon wear the tell-tale cxpres-j a telegram that arrived yebterdav, fol- ^ VGr already sent three men leaving | milk may be "used in many such dishes sion of woe and misery. If every such [owed up by a letter today, from the j ODl - v ono lo SO Saturday^ He will be ' ·- --·----·- -woman would only turn to that good Rochester, N. V. police asking i f ' Harry Slater ot Mill Run, who some old-fashioned root and herb remedy,' Giocmni BroncotiWno, u h o is i . n d e r ' t i m e a s° made application to be en- Lydia E. Pmkham's Vegetable Com-, arrest there on a- charge of vagrancy, j ll! tcd - slatcr %vH " lwlTe orl Baltimore pound, to alleviate such ailments jt| is wanted here for murder Tbe toie-! ohio lrain N '"- 5 al 7:1 ° °' clock would, surely prov e the greatest aid [gram stated that he gave his name Four mon will also leave Saiurda} to health and consequent beauty thatl at first as Gio\ani Antoaio Moro and ' f r o m ttle ^'° 3 dislret for Columbus, "she has ever known. Dnnb»r'rT»man Seeks Divorce. Divorce proceedings were instituted yesterday by Anna B. Hughes against her husband, Milliard S. Hughes, the libel charging cruel and barbarous treatment They were married at Dunbar November 9, 1909. Application was also made for a rule upon her bnsband to provide ?200 counsel fees and $30 per month alimony. The then as Broncotitano, which they be- ' °- where - hc 5 "" be P ut mto lhc hevcd to be correct. ' coast artillr-ry. Three of the men are. The letter received tonay says that Richard and Charles Clement* of on his person was a money order from ' Dunbar and Homer G. Walters of a m.tn IiMng in Mount Braddock, evi- 'Hlllcoake, Pa. dentiy an uncle. A ictter, also found Tics board this morning received on him, written by the uncle, saji be | Eollce trom Ca TMP LC!I tha -t Rmery must not tell b.3 right name as the ' Smoron of Vanderbill and Johan Slotman be shot in January, 1917, died 36 ' fnesck of LeKenring had bo'en dis- hours later. The letter was taken to \ charged as Uniontown bj Constable B. Rottler and he and County Detective John to advantage. A small amount of boiled rice ndded to jjems, muffins or jrriddlp cakes Improves them. Plain boiled rice dressed as nmshed potato will sorve as a vegetable with steak. Rice made into en^es nnd fried, or into croquettes and served with a sauce are ^rctl-llked dishes. rule was made returnable in 10 days. (Smith w i l l investigate the wise this afternoon The Italian is described as being abour, 24 years old aad five feet nine ' Benefit At Daw^on, . Mrs. F. A. Tarr and Mrs. W. H. Moore of Dawson will give a Red Cross benefit "Saturday afternoon at Mrs. Moore's home, the proceeds to be /or the Dawson auxiliary of the Sed Cross. A program of unusual excellence will be rendered followed by refreshments. The admission, is $1.00 and the ladies hope to realize quite a large sum for the soldiers. fToild Seize Coal Xand«. At a hearing before tbe House Interstate Commerce Committee in Washington yesterday Representative Kuga.r, a Jen enemies. W a jack conies under draft board Xo. - has been discharged from Camp Gordan also classed as an alien. inches in height TAKES TO COU^TI 1I03I.K. Duiihar Men, mjurwl, .Vrc L'nublp tn JIarn Uu'liliooii. Henry Maloney and Charles Harris, both of Dunoar, were removed from the Cottage State hospital jcsteiday to the county home, Malonej-. who was ^n^ployed at the plant of the American .\fanganebe i-oinpany at Dunbar, was injured in an accident while at work last Sep- JL Clyde Kelly favored the enactment! tember which resulted in the loss of ANOTHER DIVIDEND Is io foe Told Soon by First National lijuik Keceiier. Proceeds from tho sale of the n i s t ! W l f e of ' Jacob Kmf? - dlod . cs ^ crda - v JAMDS DUFFY. James Duffy of Fairbanks, 41 yeirs old, eKed last evening in the Uniontown hospital following an nlnet-s of pneumonia. MRS. KATI10UNE KING. M I K Kathenne King, S3 years old, The Meu with its many features of economy and ease of operation is coming stronger with each season. Full stream body, 4 cylinder motor, 25 horbc power direct dr.\e, -with no gears lo strip, and no, chuch to slip, it is the last word in cars of its puce 108 inch wheel base. 32x3 ] X wheels with demountable rims. It has power on the hills and bpeed on the level. Immediate delnerj of either Pilot or Meu cars. Uaby payment terms arranged to suit the purchaser. Write, phone or call. West Side Garage K. F. Sehmilz. Prop. Both Phones Oils, Gasolene and Tires. Batteries He-charged. oE legislation empowering the President to take over coal. oil. iron and timber lands and water power, and to sell the products therefrom at cost. Married IVomen us Teachers. United'States Commissioner'of education Claiton advocates the suspension of ail laws or ordinances prohibiting the employment of married women ^s school teachers as the best means of meeting the shortage of teachers which, is everjT^bcr£ be- *tor tbat new spring suit. Dave Coiien, i coming more acute. "Tailor--Adv" ' ' Mrs. John Zimmerman of the West "Side is spending the day in Pittsburg. A~compl«te showing of all tbat is ~ newest" and best in this season's .'· millinery at McFarland's, Apple street- Funeral Director A. A. Com'stan of ~ObiopyI«^wlfe"~in "town yesterday on -business. If you ha_ve_a piano tb.at.you,_want tune3~or "any TepaTrfrig" dooe~T"ivill give you a special-low, price till April JFoltz at Bunbar. 1st Call -or" pnorre. A. P. Preed's Music Store, 126 South Plttsbtirg street. Tri-State phone 66S-Z--Adv. Ms both legs. Han is while engaged j 10 per c e n t each - m a fight, was shot, the effect of the bullet wound causing paralysis. National Bank building, Union tow n, made possible the announcement b Receiver John H. Strawn that a dividend of 30 per cent would shortly be paid to the depositois. Checks for the dividend will be placed aboat April 15. Since Receiver Strawn Look charge of the affairs of tbe bank be has paid 50 per cent of deposits LO depositors with proven c'aims in installments of iftci:ioon at her home in Un.ontown MRS JJ3NNI3: H, M Mrs, Jennie H u i d Mc.Murlie died yesterday at the homo of Miss Ella "jicT'maTl i -^ ancra m Brownsville following an illness of complication of discuses Rieck's Ice Cream Frasli From Pittsburgh Every Day. TAKE A HOME Served "With Many Delicious Dressings at Collins' Drug Store, 117 S. PITTSBURG STREET. Annonncemeni, Mrs. "William D. Robertson. rrad- uate of New England Conservatory ·of Music, and former vocal instructor Stork L*are Girl. The stork visited the home of Mr, ' and Mrs. Earl Henderson at Coal- at Mount Pleasant Institute, has m 'Cumberland, opened a studio in the Maccabee' building and will -give vocal instruction there Tuesday of each week. Arrangements can be made oa Tuesday, March 19th, from 2 to 6 o'clock.--Adv. --14-2t. Licensed to Itcd. Glenn D Parker of Fairmont and Rose L. Crawford of ConneEIs\-lie; Joseph B, Dalbuugh OL' Cumber'tmd, and Veronica G McNu(t of Coanells- ville \veic granted licenses to \red ' PHILIP A McMAHOX. The funeral of Phil p A. McMahoii [ of Ocean, MC-, \vas held Tuobdaj I ,, ,, _, * J ells ** ou *° Bad a * m o t n i n g from St. Joseph's Catholic church at Midland w i t h inlermeul m St. Michael's cemetery a' Prostbllrg I · M(l Mr. Mr.Mahoil was a brother of j · Mrs. Ellen K e l l j of West Apple street and was a \eterau nine f o i ^ m a n ol ··-the Consolidation Co.il company SwrpiWn« mmita from tb!» ] inwle nynip. Ea«Uj- pr»p*r»d and c«i» little, Jluby Boy Horn. A baby bos was born at the home YOUNG BASS GO THROUGH' Jf you ]mie a severp cough or chest cold accompanied, with soreness, throat tickle 1 , hoarseness, or difficult breathing, or if your child iralccs up during tho Tamlerbilt Jfeetinp; FrMiii. M"*s. J Kic Rilenour will address the women of Yanderbilt "Friday af-1 ttiphfc "with croup and Ton want help, lust try tm's pleasant tastinR Lome-made cough remedy. Any druc- pist can supply you with. 2Vi ounces of .Pinerr ( 60 cents ivorth ) . Pour this into 'I liirlj- I'uns Sliipjicd tit .Soraerficld wr a pint bottle and SU tie bottlo ternoon on war work. The meetin g ] will be ir. the Prcsoytorlan church aL 2.30 o clock. PaugMcr Tery HI, brook this morning and left an eight , of Mr and Mis. A. T. Rulli of North | Urs - Reoccca Michaels pound daughter. The family is now composed of four girls. - -Home- on Fnrionctfi. Paul foltz, ot Dunbar, n-fio is sta- j more Ohio railroad. ol Conflu- that her Eightb street yesterday evening. The eQce has ''cceivcd word new arlival is the second s,on in the 1 daughter, Mis. Ralph McCiuro, is family There are also three gir!s seriously ill at her home ,n Oklahoma. The father is a fireman on the Balti- tioned in Iowa, In spending a, tew days with his parents, Mr. and iirs. D. "c. Mrs. M. J. Kerrigan and daughter, Mils. Mary, aud 8oa, -Thomas, went to Roclnrood this morning to visit l£rs. T. R. K«rrig«n. Miss Gertrude Heid o£ West Peach street and cousin. Miss Elizabeth "" M O T H E R S Keep tbe family fc ee _ frora cold* by using fffap.t^MXb^te^ ICKS VAPORUBS fomcs, Xtiws has come LO Vanderbilt of the biiTh of a da-ughter Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. E P Thorpe of Perryopolis. The baoe is a granddaughter of Mrs. C. S. Freed. TJecflnii's Bookkeeper. Mrs. Leona Coushenour has accept' cd a position as bookkeeper at the j^tore of Oglevee, McClur« Company, I Vanderbill. Uhor. Tliirtj cans of joung: bass fioni the btate hshenes were shipped ,ato thi-i city over tbe Pennsylvania railroad this mornirg. They were cousignen to Somerlekl and were transferred loosens nnd raises the ·plilecm," stops to the Baltimore Ohio railroad here throat tickle and Bootues and heals tho irritated membranes that lino the throat and bronchial tubes irirh such promptneea, ease and certainty tbat it IB really astonishing. ·plain jrranulaicd susciir Byrup t ,Thua prepared, you have a pint of really fc- mfirkalile couirh remedy -- one that can be depended upon to jiive Quick and last- anK relief at all times. 1'ou can feel this take loTd of a couch 5n a v.-ay that means business. I« The P.sh \vi.l be put ,nto the Yodgh- logheny rivet at that plyce Kiglit-ronmler Boru. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harvey Crawford avenue are parentfi of eight-pound haby boy. MOTHER GRAY'S POWDERS BENEFIT MANY CHILDREN Thomnadg of mothers' have found MotliLr Gmr's Sweet Pawtiera nn ficcllent remedy for -childreu coniplalnuif; of headiche, rolde, fcvcr- ishnc-s, stomach troubles nnd bowel trrepnlar'- t M from which children arffer ThcT»reenny anrt pfea."ant [o fnlca nnd oiceltont rCTnftfl are accomplished hv- tliolr n^e. llitt' bn mother*/or SO ytart Sold or Drugc'ste everyivlisrc, 25 cents. Baptist Mou Knterlaincil. Tho men of the Bnptisl church of Dunbar were entc v uined .Monday night at the home of W. C. Smith at t h a t place. Case On. is a special and liffhly concen- r tratcd compound o£ genuine Norway' I pine extract, and is noted for its speed in overcoming- severe coughs, throat and ' chest colds. Its millions of enthusiastic users have made it famous the world over. There art many worthless imitations of this noted mistnrc. TM " " ,,-- ....arc. To avoid disap- The trial of Bruao llancuso, charg- ?? intmeilt : tl afl - k ,, f TM "r. 1 ^ ounces of. ,d »ltt Wlling Saute P.^enio ,, % ^^Jt^ZS^Z Connellsville last Deccmbei 2, » as , absolute satisfaction or money uromrotlv called in Uniontown this afternoon. i absolute satistaction or money promptly refunded, coes with -this preparation, "ic rices Co, rt \V-«jic, Ind. Ill Witli Pncuinoiiia. Thomas Anderson Is ill of pneu- Clnssilieil AflT';rr-~ninr-tj at his home at Star Junction, i Bring results. Cost only Ic a word. EVERYTHING COOKED UK AT HOME, Stnctly Fresh, Clean and Pun ASK FOR OUR SPECIAL CUI BRBAFAST AND SUNDAY DINNER, "Our Pastrjes Are Delicious Be cause They Are Homemade." NEXT DOOR TO WEST PENT WAITING ROOM. National Taxi an Transfer Co. 206 E. Fayctte Street GOOD TOURIXG CAES AS TRUCKS TO AM, TOIXTS. Quick service. Moderate charge. Carti'ul drivers. Moving aiid hauling. ' BeU Phono 507.

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