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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, March 21, 1918
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THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 19 IS. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. AGE FIVE. Confluence Special to The Courier. MOUNT PLEAS ANT.-March 21.-Harry H. Hoyman, aged 45 years, died at. his Donegal home Tuesday ilarch 19. Funeral services will be held from his late home on FruJar afternoon, March 22. at 1 o'clock. Spring Term Begins. The spring term of th« Mount Pleasant Institute opened "Wednesday. " CONFLUENCE, Marco ' 20.--Mrs. Jflrred Koonu still continues to improve from her recent operation. Only 25 'days of school remains to be taught to complete the present school term. Daisy, the nine year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Watson, is very ill, threatened with typhoid fever. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Turncy were vib- itors in Somerset yesterday. The Bnmworth-Silbaugh Lumber Miss Mina i:. Tricksy -nd Mas Elizabeth Jones arc rcslster'ug students at the Institute. At tie Hospital. George Duncan underwent an operation for throat trouble at a McKeesport hospital on Tuesday. John BusJrrt. Th« funeral o{ John Bossart was held from his Mam s'reet home yesterday in charge of Rev. J. W. Barley, pastor of the Reformed church. The Local Canton, of \vbJch he was a member, Attended the funeral in a body. Interment was made in the local cemetery. Personal. Frank Smith and Rudolph Leonard of Elkhart, Indiana, are visiting friends here. Meyersdale. METERSDALF,, Marfh 18.--Sunday night was a memorable one to the congregation and fnends of SS. Philip and .lames Catholic church and iu pastor. Rev. Father Brady. As previously announced, the services were devmed to the unfurling of a beautiful silk service flag, containing 22 stars, ard a handsome silk American flag. Both these flags were donated to the church by the ladies of the congregation. The church was filled to its full capacity and many were turned away, t The program was fuilv carried out. Rev Father McCarthy - of Salisbury was here and assisted iu the services. At Zion Lutheran church the unfurling of their service flag took place in the morning. The program, which was a very impressive on 3, was beautifully "carried ont. Their (tag contains 16 star;. Miss Effie Hasserbroth is hon-.e from Cumberland where she visited friends for z. f 1 - 1 ? days. Levi Deal was visiting in TVashm^- ton, D. C., Son day. Miss Ella McMurrer is visiting relatives in Pittaburg for several weeks Mijsjaila Brady and he-- niece. Miss Josephine Graney, of Lonaconing, were Sunday visitors with the former's brother. Rev. J. J. Brady Miss Edna Smith of "West Salisbn-y spent Sunday here with relatives and friends. Mrs. Tillie Raman of Cumberland is visiting at the home of her relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Dahl. WEAK KIDNEYS MEAN A WEAK BODY wv-i!W*ft?wwyift*WM*jw*ftftfc^^ company has completed setting up their snwmiil on the. farm of H.' P. Burnwortb and are now ready to conrert some fine timber into lumber. R. Jones of the West Side was a recent business visitor to Markleton. JMrs. Raymond Reynolds and two children, have returned from a visit with, friends at Pittsbnig. E. S. BoiFliD, irho ias been very ill with grip is able to he out again E. 'W. Deholt ot Charleston has ac cepted a position with the Conflnenr Garage. 'W. F. Critchfield. who bas been Yen iii, has gone to Pirtiburg where h many enter a hospital for treatment N. E. Selby of Selbysport was here yesterday on bnsiness ,,,,,, · Elliot L. Beggs o£ Connellsville wa.s blemish"* "of a recent visitor here with his parents.- iy honnt a . Ivi TM Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Beggs. ° M en "and 1 vrom' Sirs. Emerson "Wright has returned pioxion clpa-i am to her home m Greensburg after .1 ^ prepil'you"" sou's 01 W h e n you're fifty, j o u r body begins to creak a little at the bilges M o t i o r Is moiTM4 slow rfncl deliberate 'Not so yountr 'fts J used to be" iv a frequent and u n w e l c o m e thought. Ccrt.un bodily f u n c t ' o n s upo-i w h i c h goou health and good spirit*, to niuoh depend, a^e im,puired Tlie \\cak spot la generally t h e bladder UnplrH.oa.nt syraiKoma show themsel-vej,, P a m f u l and o-'inoj - ing 1 conTplicn-tioBb in o t h e r org-ans arise This is p a r t i c u l a r l y t r u e w i t h elderly peop e If you on'y know how, thi^ trouble can he obviated. For ove~ 20!1 y^ar.s GOLD J.TSDAl, Haarlem OH hrus been relieving 1 UIG Inconvenience nnd pain due to a d v a n c - ing yc-ir 1 ;. It is a standard, old-tin!f home remedy, and ncoda no introduction It is now pur up in odorless, tasteless capsules. Thii'se are eaMer and morfs pleasant to take than tho For MS 30 Cents oil in bottles ! T3ach capsule contains- about o r e of f i \ e drop-? Take them just like you would any pill, with a small swallow of water. Tiiej soak i n t o the system and ti.row off llio poisons ' tt'hfcii are making: you o'd beforr- our time They will qu'f kly veliev-e'' stifTened joints, that backache, rhouma- | t l - m . liiTbd.e;o, sohttica, ^ill-stones, t gravel, ' brick-d-u-n." etc Thoy nns an effective remedy for all diseases of l-:e b l a d d e r k i d n e , liver, bt'imach and all i e d organs. Go to y o u r drucRit today and #e(. a hot of GOLD MEDAL Haarlem OH Clips ules. Mpnox r of untied it they do ·jot help you Ttirr-e sir^s, GOI-iP) r i K D A I j are *he pur**, original Imp o r t e d H a i r l n m O 1 C a p s u h a Accept no MibsUtulet?--Adv. Books Wanted JJy Soldiers and Sailors Please go o your book-shelves, setQCL as many good hooks as you can spare, wrap 1,1 em, mark "Li- brar Y'ar Ser\ ice," and leave at our store or Carnegie Library 10 be sent to tbo camps. Dawson. s 1 "Keep on using expru*;t Rshtfi and ointments If Petcnon. "It's noun DAvTSON, March 20 --John Landy- j m o v e of East Liberty was v i s i t i n g ' [friends and relatives in "West New' ton. creams nnd 1 Born--To Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Hundreds of mothers after careful examination have con-eluded that this is the logical place to buy their children's Spring Clothes. This year, more so than ever before, are our prirces lower than elsewhere. Investigation is the best assurance. . -.. -----how yoa squander your Tr,aiif^. b»it If j o u " 9 ' Brower, a baby gjrl. rt a tuirty cent box ? jS"?int a ««. r. «oft and visit of several days here friends. . CONFLUENCE, March 21 --Her. H. ' eruption or raih is con G. Trimmer went to Connellsville ' °TM'- flil to trT ."· ""d r ja """ Jlntmctst lo-uishl--u»e it freely, ruiibine: well into the aUn Conlinnc for t^fc or untl! every pimpli', blackhead, Why Chilly Weather Brings Rheumatism ay skin pores are closed and uric acid remains In blood. yesterday to visit friends. Mr. and Mrs Joseph Turney the Confluence House have returned j ,,£·£?«!' from a visit in Somerset. I Owing to the beautiful weather that, prevails farmers are very busy get- j ting their plowing done. Alex Thomas of Somerset is hpre visiting fnends and transacting business. Mrs. H M. Lawrer of near Pittsburg has returned home after a visit with her friend, Mrs. J. T. Reynolds. Mrs. Lairver formerly resided here. N. B. CritchBeld has returned to his home in Harrishurg- alter being here several days on business. "M. B. Mitchell of Republic was a recent visitor here With his daughters, Mrs. Edgar Parnell and Mr?. E. N'. Tissue Patronize those who advertise. Parke Bender is improving slowly from a very severe attack of typhoid fever. 1 vord (or it you H be- pro-ill 1 fiLm and your friends o f ' Mtclilnp will ftuc*: i;p Trbat - if j o u r Icnt'lj- n v r yot.r be- ffllr mlntl'Xi !· money w i t h o u t q t cstlo 'inent doesn't innke soc rctunl j .f IVterson a O. WAISTCOAT FOR WEAK IM'PH L'Ul/mKI) GOOD REPORTS PLEASE There has never been anything with tfce QUICK RESULTS of pure Lavop- Uk eye wash. One man's eyes were so badly strained he could not rear! without pain. TWO applications of Lavoptik relieved him. A lady had tried-three different glasses for weak, inflamed eyes. ONE Laiopuk wash surprised her. We guarantee- a "small bottle to benefit EVERY CASH weak strameti or jaflamed eyes. A. A. Clark.--Adv. ,Mr. and Mrs. R D Henry gave a birthday party Momlaj even big in honor of their danghtei, Mary Mar- A nice luncheon -was served to tbo pJtor-i H ' Ule £" e5ts and a11 ru P° rt a Sood tine "W F. Bute was a recent Union-town caller Judsou GoJdsboro, who u a s injured on hi** train a few days ago, i^ imich improved. AIiBe Phebe Dunn and Mrs. Frank Graham of Coace.lsvilte were :eceni guests of Mrs R D Henry. Wilh?ra Thompson of Star Junction was a recent Dawson v i ^ t o i . Mrs. A. Van Horn was calling on ConnollsviUe friends ebte"da u Prank Van Horn has accepted a position w i t h Uic Vnuqhiogbeny Coal con.panv as tipple boss .Mrs Rev TV* _ U Pnrnell ip cntsr- taininq tlif Wo it en's Work soci^j of tlio PrphbyipriuD church thi5 afior- ' noon n.t hoi homo on Galley street. Mrs. Margaret Pardons wius i Pitta- burg TiMior Tupsd^y Ant-bonj Bonn?" \ra^ t-ar·· a c t i n g in PitLsburg Tuefada. Girls White igene ( TO 14 YEABS. Exrromeiy becoming and unusual style features are introduced in Uie=e Dresses, which are suitable for Easter, Confij-mation, Graduation and Party wear. The materials are VOILE LAWN BATISTE in medium nnd high waisted models, including many versions of thf nevr coatee style. Tucks, Laces, Ribbons aud Hand Embroidery are important style notes. PRICE!) §1-50, $2J0, $5.05, $SJ»fl AM) UP TO $15. Charmng, winsome styles Iliat moihors will pronounce adorable, are priced within reactL or tie most modest purse. $1.50 up to $4.95 Prittstp-wn. Rhemrjitsm Is no respecter of a?c. I ^ sex, color or ranfc. If not the must dangerous cf li-uman afflictions. It is j one of the most painful. Those siib- ' Ject to rheum|itisTO should eat Ifss meat, dr^ss as warmly as possible, avoid any undue exposure and, a-bove all. drink lots of pure water. Rheumatism is caused by uric acid ·which is generated in the bowels and absorbed into the blood, tt is the fuiic- PRTTTSTOW3V. March 21.--Mrs Mikon Ecbard of Mouatam Lake. Park, is here for a few weeks* the family of fat-r neice, i Mrs. Joha Truxal. Messrs. William Huy and Lee Roy Kelly were business visitors to Con- nellsviUe Wednesday. Thoraas Rmard of Saxton, Bedford county who has been here for several days with Lhe family or his cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mardis One ot th* newest .'".-it'irrs in nwk- wear is this Bmart reparate WA«t.oaf for wear w i t h tl'c utilorixl SUM U -s made of strip* 1 ,]'' iaft«!a in t\irquoiw blue black and ^ me. 1 * TIJII: is FI.VIM;. Genllc Sprint* Begins ThJ WraiPr bids us farewc*!! this week. Spring w here. Soon ihr robin* and bast ball tcorc^ w i l l bf^ with a*- Yes. nme i« fiyiag. Ar you making the most of i t ' Arc you saving something regulurlj " If not. l)"ti'r sia^t an ac- lull count with $1 or more at the old. re- Thousands Have Discovered Dr. Edwards' Oiivc Tablets are a Harmless Substitute. 1 Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets--the snbti- tute for calomel -- ere a mild brf sure laxative, and their e£ect oa the Uvcr is aJmre£ instantaneons. They are the result o£ Dr. Edwards' deterrunstion not to treat liver and bowel complaints vnth colcmct His efforts to banich it brought out these · little olitc-colorcd tablets. These pleasant little tablets do the good thstcalorrel does, but have no bod after effects. They don't injure the tectb lifce strong IKJ Jido orcalomcL They take hold of the troib!o and quickly correct it. VJlry cure the 1 vcr at the expense of the tocth? Calomel scmetirnes plan's havoc with the ' gums. SodostroGglkiuids. It fa beet not to take calomel but to let Dr. Edwtirds' Ohvc Tablets take its place. Most headaches, "dullness" and that 1^7 feeling come from constipation and a disordcjrd liver. Take Dr. Edwards* G'ive Tablets when you feel "loggy" and ' "heavy." Note bow they "dear" clouded brain and how they "perk up" the spirits, j ; V I'ck.' 13e and 25c a box. All druggists : i Best selection at "The Big Store" from our larger and more varied collection o; Moderately priced styles. Boys' All Wool Blue Serge Suits ID the latest Norfolk and Military styles--ages S to IS years, priced-- ?6.Q5. S57.05, SS.30 A"D $3.50. Bojs' cweit Hixod Suit*. " $3.95 op (o Si J 230 Bojs' Neiv Sp-rin;: rials ._ - -- .'0c and $1.00 ew White IHouse* ond Shirts «5o t« $1.0(1 Hoys' Separate Bloomer Trousor? .... 65c to S'2.00 .New Spring Top Coats ... _ -$3.9.", S4.95 aud S6.50 Nev/ Easter Neckwear Collars. Hosier}-, Foonsear and everything to complete his Spring iniliii. tAfuuwuwwvwnnfvvwgnnMt^nMARAKA^^ tlon of the kidneys to filter this acid · Monday morning for Aftoona to enter 1 the hospital therp for treatment for ft-om the blood and cast .t out in the ! detecthe feet before teing accepted urine- the pores of the skm are also ! t o r miliiarj- ssnicc in the next drift. a means of freeing the blood .-.f tals | F 13 ^ Lindsay, superintendent of Impurity. In damp and chilly, cold I t h e U nile " Coke plant was here Sun- weiither the skin pores are closed, i da l' w!th fnends. thua forcing the kidneys to do double Jtri - Rfk'ccn \\itt and daughter of work, they become weak and sluggish and fail to eliminate this uric acid, wh-ich keeps accumulating aad circulating through the system, ereatually setlling in the jorats and muscles causing s-tiffness. soreness and pain called rheumatism. At tie first twinge ol rbeumausm get from any pharmacy about four Indian. Head was here several days last week with her sister, Mrs. Nancy Pritts and y hrr r friends Dame] Y.ues of Latrobe was here Thursday ni'^ht visiting his uncle, Lee Roy Kelly and other relatives. Eva Btilng of Stauffcr spent orer Sunday here .with her friend, Miss Hattie Freed. ounces of Jad Salts; put a tablespoon- I Mrs J. L. Freed and daughter, Mrs fill in a glass of water and drink be- Harold AtkmFon are spending several fore breabfast each morning fo a , days thfs »eek at Buchanan with tne week. This is said to eliminate line I family of the former's daughter, Jfrs. acid by stimulating the kidneys to Strawn Riehter. normal action, thus nckting the blood | Mr. and Mrs. A C. PhilLps spent of taew impurities I from Saturday until Sunday evening Jad Salts is me-tpensive, harralesaj in Pittsburg with friends and rela- and is made from the acid of grapes tives. anil lemon juice* combined with lithia | * Benjamin French and daughter- an'l is used with excellent results by Margaret, w e t e in Conrellsvillc Sira- liable Fir?' osi.--Ad%. Lil/pral toter- Kalian L'okr Pricf'S. I 'okp prices in ital/ h:t\ e been fixed b\ governmental decree at plants as i follows, Va?h on delivery i,arge lumps 1fi8 lire per t o n , screen p o w - | dcr, ]13 lirp nut coke, 1ST 50 lire; coke In bulk, not screened. 3SO.SO lire First Quality Tires ·». Clean Stork JHret't From HIP Factory at Cut Prices. i'ick your si/.e and-leave your grder. cxxxxxxsoocooooooooaocsotwoo i 9 0! s WE 1P Homer's 8 IfEAlV QotMag aoocooooooooooooococoooooa J. B. KURTZ, NOTARY PUBUC AND REAL ESTATE. A * South Meadow !_» Coan*ll»!l!» f*. .Non-Skid Tire? Inner Tubes $2.10 Hanrains 1 ' If Ton Are limiting Elead the adrortiscmg columns of The f : You *II1 find thcia iu our ad. columns. , Daily Conner. You » i l l find liom. I thousands of folks who ave subject to raouraatism. Hero you have a pleasant, effervescent Hthia-water diink overcomes »inc acid and is lcn- day with the family of their uncle. Roy Balsley, Mrs. Charles Chrishier of Stauffors visited her daughter, Mrs. Thomas efldal to your kidneys as well.--Adv.: ifardis here Monday, Pastor of ffl. E. Cirardi Writes That Bliss Native Herb Tablets Freed Him From Stomach and Bowel Trouble Rev J W P-"t.rson p,i tor nf Metliodust K ^ l s i o p i l -lurch. Ari-h- or. Jowri,. aa ^ "Bliss N a t i v e IV,tb Tal ? eth do aH you claim for them. I ·was j. s u f f p r o r f r o m utoniach ttid bovrel i r o u b l o 'or some time. lut thanki. to Dlia** N i L t v c H e r b Tao- lets, t in f r e e f r o m the distressing trouble. 1 have never bt^n \ v l t h "our your medicine dir-irg: t h e pa«!t three yean* A changrc m surro jn din FTP n«w food, stranjjr cooTiinp aril the rp- settingr of r r f f u L i r habits \ f r often nroJuoc stomach c o n d i t i o n s which caiibf biliousness constipation, and slom ich d'Hord^rs tlTat senously iatcrfpre ·wi'-h one's daili occupations' All t h f b c n i l m ^ n U ' can bp avoided by taking one or I\M» Blls*, Native J-l^rli T i l l o t " at bedtime. They Booth* 1 t h e monj.ich, .. '(· \ i e \ e co ns11 pn.ti on act K n U y on thr- ontire vyptcm. .ind ass st the biood ro perform nature .T /unc- Llnnfi In a healthy and n o r m U man- nei Bliss Native Herb Tablets are put up In n, vf*Uow box bearing 1 portrait ot the f o u n d e r Bich box contains 2ft 0 tablets ami f \ o ^ ^ tablet ifs qtampea ^"itl our "r.ado m inc (A B Pric our tiVde mark (ABO P^Ic*get the pen trine Sold by A A- Clarke and local agents every- ·\rhcre. ~~ r '0l^ ill.'*, 3 n \ 3 ' A 13.!5 31 x4 'in 75 35x4 23 SO 34xC, 3025 35x1% 31.75 35.S5 S6 75 C G! 38x5 37 73 6.90 37.15 38 75 7.00 Other Sizes in Proportion. West Side Garage Ee-caarffCfl. Oils and iiitsiilino. Afencj Pilot and ifeiz Cai-s. '. F. Srbmifr, Prop. Both Phones. «r. Bear Sixt Yon iro'tlght when yon ssy'iji years of B«o«*» bcr 24th tbat senreoo IB a rorasriraily gxiod tooth pasto one that it has a s*roog story to t«ll, bat the difficulty lies in putting thai story iu trch Isogoago oa will cocTinoe the public. not only cleanses tba teeth but also kaepa noath and gntDS healthy, irtren r*t (m paper do«e not eonnd vory different fron tbo atory of }wt awy ordjimry a make «ser7 offort to A£tor tbat Senreoo £ of tjteoi ecro BEAD TEE ~~ NAPOLEONi OSCE^SAiD "A Tootsoro Am.y I s An Army Half Defeated * Wen m Truininfj Caiopa, hi CsolcmmenU), in tbo Army mid Navy uurfit 'ram blisters and noro ppotBon tJifU-fLCt. B\cry vl CcmifortKit"Bhoiltl coaL-un onoormo'-e boxcaof .·ituso'al'w^--Kttart, , It freihenBthe tirtd^ adiiOR, amartmg I«t nnti hcxle bilfitera nod soro spoto. Tlie Plnttabttrj; Cimp Manual advise men iotraintnv: to maka dauy najof Poot-Zaae. Sold ererywIiQre, 2Sc. For. that raeacc the~peopl« to try Seuiauo. ite own star? - and folly 9 end boo6t«rs frod tboo. en* There is a Semeio- iisar ln"Pl*tslors!i »bo tm Introduced o-nr prodtwyfc Inrto 'tee faraiXi«s of thirty-foal of his frionas. BnthasAasci? Bo. not entirely. Slaply a case of Senreoo maktng good. It ie jtrrt aa stetftd cboTo. if they will try Senr«oo - ii they ono« beoona- acquainted with a real dentifrice - wj"tti wb*t frice can and ffhoulfi b« - they sra Seorcco- fjoffl ttoat tirae on. Toar drugglst'or todiet csomtere you with Ssnreco. It comes In largx^ frwo.-oimoo tnbew end rotalOe at 26V. cr.tee. Why i.ot get jt'tcbe to-day? Try It. ' % every pactsga of Ssziraco with o raoroy-bsol: ^n»3r- Very troly yours. SSSSEOO, STUBBS "CAP" SLIPPED UP ON THE

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