The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 16, 1918 · Page 3
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March 16, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

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SATURDAY, 7MABCH 16, 1918. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. FACT/ TMKJSK / NEWS OF THE DAY AT Ml PLEASANT BRIEFLY RELATED Draft Board T o. 6 Has Examined Over 4OQ Men and is Still at Work. RUMBAUGH PROPERTY IS SOLD 3i»in Street Resident* to be JtenMNtol- ed lor Bosliess Tnrpows; A Bamor is th*t Place wni be Used'for a Poet Oaiee; Sh-lo ClVc "'KM" Party. MT. PLEASANT. March. 16.--The teachers from' the local higb school gave a. St. Patrick's'party at the high school building.-last evening'for tbe teach-ers frora the First and Third Ward schools. The decorations were In keeping, with St Patrick's day -and very nice games were furnished aa entertainment. Refreshments were served and a very pleasant social hour spent. 400 Wen Examined. 'Members of the Draft Hoard No. 6. have he!d examinations at the armory each evening since March 1st. Over 400 have been examined and ,- about 80 are still to be examined. Dr. "W. JL JIarsh conducts the physical examinations and Drs. Loar and Madden examine the teeth- · .The board, expects to complete their examinations next Wednesday night. May Jfo-Te Fostoificc. · Richard- Gerecter. fee local furniture man. has purchased the Elizabeth Rumbaugh property in Main street. It will be remortel*'d Tor a business blcck. Tbe postoffico is cramped for room at the present quarters and a bid has been made for this room to be considered when remodeled. It is understood that the inspector considers this a very good location'. i Girls Clnb XoctA The Patriotic Girls Club held a '·Kid" party at the home of Ruby and · 3tanoa .^Albright Friday evening. -March ISA. This club has .been formed for several months antl have succeeded ii doing its bit. The charter members are Mary antl · Christina Elaine, Jtanilla Painter, Zola Baughman, Ruth and Emily ROT* Ruby and Martha Albright, Anna and Edith Matthias, Hazel Reckncr and Opal Al- brigbt.« The new member* -who wefe taken -K at the meeting were Edith KellarvHarriet and Lillian Stark, Eleano! Goldsmith and Parthenia and Hezel.; Hitter. The guests present were learl McClain, Margaret Queer and Aina Runbaugn of ML Pleasant and -Mirgaret Hamilton, of Greensburg." STW 1VAIST OF FLUSH COLORED "TIZ" FOR TIRED AND SORE FEET Uw **Tiz M for Fnfferf-.jp, Burning, Acli- in^. Calloused Foot and Corns, To a waist of flesh-colored georgette is added a panel front, broad shawl collar and tarn-bacfc cuffs of natural color filet lace. MOK DEADLY THAN . A MAD DOG'S BITE Th bite of a rabid dop i^ no longer doLu^T. ctue to the now tamous Pastou Treament, Vui thn. slow, l i v i n g death. . 'the esultant of poisoning -; the sys- t e m ' b y deadly uric acid ;s as sure and'.nevitable ws day follows nit;ht. Xi other organs of the human body ureiw important to health making as ihe^tidneys and bladder. Keep your kidjej-s ciean and your bladder in wotclnir condition and you need have no ear of disease. Don't try to che.at · natire. It is «· cruel mastf r. Wlien- eve' you experience backache, nfrvous- nea, difficulty in passing urine, "pet oirihe job.' Your kidneys and bladder remlre immediate attention. D o n ' t ' d e la This is the time to lafce the b u l l by the horns. GOLD MEDAL Haar- lea Oil Capsules will do the trick. For o\cr two h u n d r e d years t h e y have pioven meritorious in the t r e a t m e n t oi diseases of tli« -stomach, kidney?. Jjk-er and bladder. It is a -world famed r;medy. in use as a household neces- «ty for over 200 years. ; If you have been doctorint: w i t h o u t iiesnilts. set a box of GOI^ MTSDAti "laarlem Oi7 Capsules today . - Tpur dni.erslsts sells them. Abso- l u t e l y sruaranteed or money refunded. Beware of imitations. Loo* for the name GOLD MEDAL, on ewry box.-' Adv. ception.'-' Last of'.series on Prodigal Son. Mid-week Lenten services "Wed- i riesoay evening at 7.30. You are | cordially invited to worship vith us.; Confirmation class meets Saturday ! aiternoon at 1.30. TR[NITrr LUTHERAN CHURCH. Rev. Ellis B. Surges?, pastor. Confirmation, class at 9. A, M.; Bible school at 10 A. M.; Luther League at 6.45 P. M. Divine services will be conducted by the pastor at 11 A. M. and 7.30 P. M. Morning sermon, "The Lamb Without Blemish." Evening sermon, "The Kpistle to the Philip- j plans/* Strangers are invited to wor- 'ship'wth us. THE METHODIST PROTESTANT church, "West Apple street, John H. Lanrbertson, minister. Class meeting {at 9 A. M. Sabbath, school at 9.45-A. JM. Preaching morning and evening (by Evangelist L. A. Bennett. Chris:! ian Bndeavor meeting at 6.45 P. M. [Topic. "Tbe Art of Living With ! Others." Leader, Miss Beatrice Pai- j terson. . ! CHRISTIAN CFEL'RCH, GEORGK j "\Valker Buckner. minister. Bible I school and Christian Endeavor as ! usual. Morning sermon aD exposition of Is, 52-1. Evening sermon, "The Astonishing Christ." THE COVENANTER CHURCH, S. B. Ho IP-toil.· pastor. Sabbath school at usual, hour. Preaching sen-ice at j 11 o'clocfc; topic ot sermon for Sab- j hath school, "A Happy Home." Evening, service at 7.30; topic, "Helps to Prayer." C. Y. P. U. at 6.45. Prayer j [meeting Wednesday evening; leader,! J. G. Kosensteel. i CHURCH OF TH-E BRETHREN*.! Elder Irwin Fletcher. Jones. Mill, will preach at 11 and 7^30 oldocX. Sunday school. .1:45; Christian Workers' meeting, 6:30. Why go limping around with aching. ; puffod-up teet--ifee_t so lired, chafed, sore and swollen, you can hardly gat; rour shoos, on pr off? Why don'V yHi get a 25-eent bos of "Tiz" from the j drug store now and gladden your tor- ! tured feet? "Tiz" makes your feet glow with j comfort: takes foVn swellings ar.d j draws the soreness and misery r i g h t ] cmt, of foet that chafe, smart and j burn. "Tiz" instantly stops pain in j corns, callouses and bun-ions. "Tiz" is ' glorious for tired, aching, sore feet. · No more shoe tightness--no more foot troubles.--Adr. Why Women Suffer B ECAUSE you are « woman there is no o«ed to suffer pain *nd «nnoy»nc* which in- terfera with work, comfort «nd' p'eESure. When you suffer *fmin try Pisa'« Tablets^^a valuable, healing local application with astringentnd tonic efftcts. Tbe namo Piso eetabliahed over 50 yeara guarantees fair treatment Monej r*fand*d if notsatts5ed. tf yoo would be rid of Back- acbe^Headaches, Nervousness, WeariDc*a as symptoms of the condition--a trial will convince. R ISO'S ^ JKKK-HT^l THE PISO COMPANY 200 P». BU«. WMT.H.P.. UNITED BRETHREN" CHURCH. Key. J. S. Showers, i^stor. Sunday school at 9.45; this being decision day. Preaching at 11 A. SL; Juniors at 2.30; Seniors at 6.30;- preaching service at 7.30. All are invited. ._ THE METHODIST EPISCOPAL church, G. L. C. Eichardsoti, -pastor. Bible school at 3.45 A. M. Divine worship at 11 A. M. Tomorrow _is "Woman's Day, All women's organizations in the church are nircd to attend and sit together as organizations. The pastor will preach a spec. ial sermon on "Woman's Place in the Progress of the Kingdom." Junior League at 3 P. M. Epworth League .at 6..10 P. M. Warm-Up tbe Heart ..service at 7.30 P. M. Your.g llea's ' and' Older Boy's Night. "A PiirpSsefu! Life." will be the subject of the pastor's discourse. : THE FIRST PRESBYTERIAN church. J. L. Proudflt. pastor. Sabbath school at n.45. Moijiing service at 11: subject or sermon, "Admiration of Things Doomed." Evening service at 7.30; subject. ""When the Ghost "Walks." Christian Endeavor at 6.30. "Wednesday evening prayer meeting at 7.45. " TR1NJTY REFORMED CHURCH. South Pittsburg and Green streets. Rev. Charles E. "P."agner, pastor. Snn- 3ay school at 9.45 A. M. Divine ser- rices at 11 A. jr. and 7.30 P. M. Morning sermon. "Jesus Rejected." Evening top*ic. "The Prodigal's Re- CrER-.\LVN LUTHERAN ST. JOH.\"S church on CarnegiD avenue and East I South street. George Dieiz, pastor, j Sen-Ices at 10:30 a. m. · Tbe anniver- ! sary of the Ladies' Aid society will ho obsei-\-od v Sunday scaool M !) o'clock. In the arternopn Rev. Diets will hold German services at Unionto'wn in the First Methodist Protestant church. The Ladies' Aid society will meet at .\frs, Albert M'egner's residence on Francis avenue. Conflrma.tion class on Saturday r morning.at 9 o'clock. Ali are cordially invited. UNITED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH "William J. Bverhar 1 : minister. Morning worship at U o'clock. Sermon stoplc: "The "Worth of xhe Gospel to You". Evening worship at 7:-l5 o'clock. ·Sermon topic, "A Right Heart." Sa.U- 'bath school at 9:45. "Juniors at 3. Intermediate. Y. P. C. U. at 3. Senior V. P. C. U. at B:K. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, SOUTH Pittaburg street, \Vilbur Nelson, pastor. Sunday school at 9:46 a. m. Public worship at 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Morning sermon, "A Great Motive for a Great Task." Evening sermon, "Life's Great Imperative." Patronize those'who advertise. Be Better Looking--Take Olive Tablets j If your skin is yellow--complexion pallid 1 -- tongue coated--appetite poor--you have a bad taste in your month--a lazy, no-good feeling--you should take Olive Tablets. Dr.Edwards 1 OliveTablets--a substitute for calomel--were prepared byDr.Edwards alter 17 years of study with his patients. Dr. Edwards'Olive Tablets are a purely ! vegetable compound mixed with olive oil. ! You will know them by their olive color. i To have a dear, pink skin, bright eyes, no pimples, a feeling of buoyancy like j childhood days you must get at the cause. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets act on th« liver and bowels like calomel--yet hm { no'dangerous after effects.' | They start the bile and overcome coast* i '. pation. That 1 s why millions of boxes are ! Hold annually at lOc and 25c per box. All druggists. Take one or two nightly and ' note the pleasing results. Can You Do What McAdone? Poor Mister McAdoo! Tliink of the job be's hitched up tof-- The Treasury, the Railroad. crew, The Income Tax and tb^n a few. Each week they hand him something new To tax his time 'and temper, too. He has to know wb'en loans arc due, What source to get his billions through. 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The Brunswick Phonograph is made by the world - famous Brunswick-Balke-CoUender Company, masters of fine cabinet work. It is a mnsiwil masterpiece, embodying all the fine qualities of other'phonographs, plus distinctive artistic ((unlittos of ils own. It is equipped wHli two sonnd boxes, one for playing Pathe records, another for other makes; a sapphire ball, jewel point and steel needles. Has 12-inch turn tably, lone modifier, automatic stop. Certainly the "world's greatest, phono- jrrapJi," the artistic triumph -or science. Come and hear it play the great music i .Europe, old and new--the creat European artists--and your own favorite records. Just Over the Bridge ConnolhTlllr (Went Side) »1 Tm -t -t S T O R 2 0 E f Willafct SERVICE STATION Carroll Battery Co. A J-'ftctory Trui»fd Battery ^IK-JI. TRY OUR CLASSIFIED ADLETS. L National Taxi and Transfer Co. 206 K- Faypttc Street. GOOD TOURING CARS ASD TRUCKS TO A1J, POLNTS. Quick, service. 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Main St., Connellsville, Pa.

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