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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, March 25, 1918
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PAGE TWO./ THE DAILY COURIER, CONNEL.L.S'VliJjE, PA. MONDAY, MARCH 25, 19IS. I I--.v . :: Passion "Week, will be observed this j: week by several of the churches with 1" appropriate services. At the Immacu- " late 1 Conception church there will be . ' - . a procession of the cMlibrers -with jr.ass · · at 8 o.'clock on Holy Thursday and on " Good i*rday^th.ere -will be a proccs- - sion, adoration : '0fT the- cross all day: :- and 'in theeerning. · On Holy Saturday . "· mass wiirb'e "celebrated 'at S'a.-m. '.'.'. ·; Senrtceg-'\»iil be "Selii; oaih oventng ·· _ duririg-'the week at the Tjrtiilly-LutheT-. ;; " an church with, p'reparaiOTjjJseryices" 1 ;; '. on We*nesdS';_ night; and' administra- ;; tion of the Hote'Comiounion-dD^Tmirs-' ",", : day ad Fridiagr'fljgtigj-pn Thu_r»day :; : night the- font., wili;lw optn--?or' the ",: : Baptism. of children. On Sunday morn-? " in« the couarmation chtss of 32 mem-. .. 3^ ' bers^wiU be: confirmed. -- Th« prdsram.'. forl. the' -week's ijerv- -·; ices at the First Baptise church, begin"*'. ibis- each- eveniE^ at. 7:30 o'clock is ·; . as follows: - This evening, inusio by | *I : the "choir .under the direction of Prof. ;; ' E_ "W. Baviland; subject of sermoa ;; : by the pastor^ -Rev. ·.-'Wllbnr-- Nel-" ; son... "Christ.. Challenge to His ;; '. Church.'.';. .TuesSay.'.evenme. .sermon " ' subject; "Democracy ilnile Safe fcfr'tie -- · World;" Wednesday evening, special -- - missionary - program,- 'entitled !The. -- · CroMi in- Congo -I/arid-,", to-be present~ '· ed'by the Young Indies'. IJission *- Guild; Thursday . eveniiig, Mnnon sub'::_ : J«ctr -Faith in ; Troublous Times." Pri- FASE105ABLE CHIP STRAW . AND COLLAK OF OKANDIE tl-om rned NEXT DRAFTEE QUOTA LEAVES AFTERNOON OF THURSDAY, APRIL 4 Continued from Pacre One. his new work and is 'getting along splendidly;. He expects to leave for overseas'.Eoon. · FIRST VISH: TO ms -J HOKE O FIVE TEAKS. Sergeant. Floyd Groah, of Company NOT ENOUGH SEED CORN IN FAYETTE day, sermon topic, ! 'The Life of-Sacrifice.'.' . y . . «TKerpjrt)grata-fpr tho Dawsport serv- icei'iras as -follows: This evening,'sermon by Rer. H. -A.-Baii.Tn.ot the Coch- ·om a trip to'St. Petersburg, Fla. Miss Jean Patterson has returnf home after spending a few days in Pittsburg. ... · ' Mrs. W. "W. Kern has returned home from--a' two weekfi'-visit with relatives "--iMiss Josephine "Newcomer of Daw- .sofi was-tbV guest, of her sister, Miss Hazel Nawicomer yesterday. . . ' M i s s Olive-List of ·'Pittsburg is visiting fi'ienris here. .ilrs. ired Alguire is. visiting hor Juisband who is employed in Pitts- , - - b G, Fifty-tiirtl Infantry, stationed a; cost delivered in Fayette county,wi ·Dr G -W Newcomer has returned i Camp Forrest, Ga. r has returned t o j b e between $4.50 and ^.75 per hiisbel, to St j camp at the end of a 15-day furlough,| shelled. Farmers desiring to secure a part of which he spent with his sis-la supply should promptly notify the Continued f-om Pn^.c One. ing Lhc first week in .April. It was bought in the ear, the York county farmers who raised it being short of labor to shell 41. before shipment. Its home from his annual Petersburg, Fla. trip Mrs. Earl Maxwell of Hazlewood has returned from a visit with her aunts, Misses Ella and tydia. McManis of-Cedar avpn'uc. Mrs. M. Goldberg and children have ·rein'med to their- home in Monessen after visiting-Mr. and, Mrs. S. M. Ooodman~at the' Yough House. '"· llpmer A.'Ray of Canton. Ohio, is spenrtinsr.ia' few_' days" with Mr. and .Jilrs-'Paui H..Smith of North Pittsburg streets '. " ' . ,V.ery fashionable spring hat of straw with- ribbon ornament. The aainty embroidered organdie collar 'edged with val 'lace lends a fitting spring touch. meet' tomorrow evening at the home of'Mrs.-J. W. Ward in Green street. The. Ladiesj Aid. society will meet oa "Wednesday" afternoon at 2.30 o'clock in the church chapel. A good attendance is desired as the election of, officers will take place. The King's Daughters will 'meet Saturday afternoon at tie home of Mrs. C. P. Hirst McfnorialMBthodist.xhurch; Tues-j^ Blackstone avenue. A meeting of day evening, sermon by Rev. W. B. | tne Bession 0 ( jj, e church will be held -PurneH of Ute First Presbyterian chorch; Wednesday eevniiig sermon, by Rsv. G. M. Eiley of the Baptist church; Thursday evening sermon by R-Purnell; erening, ^ .sermon by Her.. Kiley: Saturday eve- ninfc.»nniii:by'»rr:' Bium. V^-.-' . . entertain-Ufe Sooth/Side Euchre club i e 1 o w ' ' ' ! W « i d - ":'. . The Wouian's W«k;.soeiety; of .the '.1. First Presbyterian church of Dawson \~. ' will meet Thursday, irternoon at the ?- manse with Mrs."W. B. Purnell hos- \i '· tes*. " ! : , "·'· -Th» Womin's" Mission circle^o'l . the i: Piiit--B»p*ii!t'-clKircb. VIll meetJhura- f-" · day afternoon-at 2:30' o'clock '· the t: '· church chapel. All wcmen of'the coa- 5* gresatioi are incrttod. · £ Th«,G- 1. A. Cult to'the Charies- i; ton Coinforto'Braiich : of 'the 'Navy ·*" Leagne iriU'nie'et -Thursday night; at ?· the boine o* Mr*_ -T- T. Robinson in ;.' South Pittsburg street- to knit for 'the 'if sailors. . . . . -*, -.-''. jsfembera .otih.e..Graaa International. '"~~iflriiS«ry : "to' 'ttte"ift:otherhoo(J|-'o£ . L6- --- SombtrVe'Ensliieers '.Ti-ill; meet atjpdd :=" ·: Fallows' h»ll Wedneailay afternoon at ·: · - ZTj'doek atta:fjonrthere'"go i they will spend the afternoon sewing , for'tiie soldiers. The regular meeting of the-Dangh- ter* ot Isabella, which was to have been held tomorrow "nigit in the Pa^ :.rociial sekpo! aodltorinin jlias^been ·postponed :to Tuesday ereninj,, April Tfci snier TWnble. eh* -wiH be entertaineCrWednesitnjr afternoon by- : 'Mrs. H. 1*. Knpps- at her" homo rn Pat: tenon a»wrue. . teruin th* IXtt ,club Thursday eren- ·r. .img. at tlpeto, tiaaf. o»v-.-Sr«k".. : Green *"' '"''''"'"' ' " "Wednesday evening after the regular prayer service and after the specu-1 services -on Thursday .and Friday nights to^ receive those who wish to unite w.ith the church. ',, , '·.·Jrhe-.bnBi£egR,7and social meeting of the; BpV6rth--.]Je«gue... ,-of the First ^Methodist Episcopal. :church · will be held tomorrow evening at'the i home of Mrs: -James MeGairns oa'North Siith j street,' 'West .Side.. ' - .- " · PERSONAL!' Itrs. "Walter W. Harris and small son,-- Walter .William, Jr., who have been located at Ann Ar,bor, Mich., are visiting. the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A'.A-.Straub ot- the : South- Side '^NTr. 'Harris' who is a law student ai th« Uniyers'itV; of Michigan, ,at Ann Arbor, on "completing his coarse in June accompanied toy Sirs. Harris and baby .will, Scraiitou where, he will enter" the regal department of the Lack- a.waiisa Railroad company. · - · The ^ place to shop, after . all ' Erownell Shoo Co.-- Adv. . . Mr. -and, Mrs. J. L'. Shuley and son Dr. J. L. .Shuley of Greensburg. wid visited friends here, motored home yesterday. They .were accompanied by :SIiss Katliarine Burns, -who spent- tac day; at the Shuley home.' .·VSee..ChirlSe Chaplin aid" Fatty' "Ar- buctle- at tiie Arcade today . and . to- i-2 PorTa'nd Miss'Elizabelh Miller, wen; guests of .Jriends In Un- Jontiiwn over Sunday. ..' Have you seen Downs; Shoe Store's new dsplay of women's Oxfords and pumps?. They are right up to the rnteite^-Adv^S-St _. .; r: .... Mr. i and_.Hr3. George;Coughenour, .Charles.. Cpugheoour and.'Mrs~^Bliza- b^th'-Bporff ot'pnipplpwnattenaed the 'fimera-nofr.theif'auiit,. Mrs. -'George '~8ped«l . .. tlssB and oommanion at the morning '«.' swTice, will 'be ,oo»erv«d*n«xt : Sunday £· '-..i«nric»«-the"etalr-"wmTrenaer''spe3al '«» -weeUr ««*tiaK ot the Bwriiie»s f t CiJrlmtl»» »;;»ci£ai6n will be Ttandtx nlcbt U Odd- Fellow's ' CMto No.. i»»-:lo tbi :Orand JaofT of fh* ···rtiite wm e ciU Tiur»d»y af- i im O«M TiUtnr* hall. **· 1* C. BL.A~ Trill meet We*ie»- · · , - ~ ^ i : - Tb4 Bl»T Twelve club will b en- '· · - t«rtalMd ITrlday night »r-Mr»_Ftaiik ' 5 Ziwhl at liar kcm* Aetna~3tiFeet " - Tkc.Xalt and *"i tTnit to lie CB»r- : : H tartdB Coa^OTti Branch of the N»vy ·-- "~ Ij*a(V* will meat ton. Kb t at the home ;' ir ·- '·'.- ot Mr*. "W. R. Smitt m Kiihth street ;S/" i O - -- -- · "·;£ * A din«r Jrasrglvsn. ytstei-day at the ·~ horn* of Mr. aad Mrs. John McDennot '' : ", in Wa»ata«ttttSa»»«j*,Jn, honor of :.S tetur »oai. Jolm. of HavrV, Mont, and .·?? (randson. Donald- Civnlco^' of East fif Ptttsbnrg. who will leave for Camp '§ Lee, Peten*«»« ^-, April 1. Covers ~ for sixteen wter laid Misses Dorothy ami Catherine Coolon of E-asi-JPttts- burg, were out at town inesia : ScrTicea pr«p*rato)y to communion service* c«J^t*t Sunday will he Tnuriday and ITriday nights in First Fre»bjjteri;u»,church.; The -MoCoBBill- Bible class-will O L D S : ' For:the best and cheapest repairs on that roof, conductor or spouting, aee.F. ' Mrs. W. 1 O. Sombower-and children have returned' to thrtr ho-me at California, Pa» after spendingHhe weekend with relatives here. :-;Toa need that new siiit.inore than I need tne few dollars I may mute on it!" Orderrnow! 'Dave eoben;*Tailor. --AdT. ·_: " ;; Mr.,"and Sirs. David Bennett and children erf Keistcr were guests at the home: of: Mrs. Bennetts --father. S. F. Penn,, of Bif^rBi street, Greenwood, The'/Tiew iah:bxford«'"ahd the'new dull Oiloirds'Downs''Shoe .Store is showing- is tie seaMn's'/latest 1 in footwear lot. women. Sec their display at "- '"'''' ' ' ! ' ,. Richard Robwm and.William Ion of iPittsburi spent yesterday with tie former's,-parents and .tne'lattert trandptrents; ;Mr'.;anlI Mrs: J.;J. Robson of.Eighth Btre^t,.Greenwood. . A. r Pope'and'son JFrank of Pittaburg, motored to, Connellsville to visit tfie former's'parents, Mr.: arid Mrs. J. F. Holland of East Patterson »venue.^j'Te5terday' J Mrs.'..'; Pope ;and son, Mr.' and Mrs: :Frank'-B:'Collier and?son [Thomas and Mrs. J. F. Holland drove to Uniontown and visited Mr Collier B .parents j This morning Mrs... Pope-arid-son;-were-accompanied home by, Mrs. Collier and son. C B McCormick and^J C McCormick were: visiting, relatives iit Lower Tyrone township -yesterday afternoon Mr. and Mrs: R.: J. Osbome of Pataskala, O , are visiting at the home ot Bittner of South' "·'· JAltES DICK. Short funeral.- services for James Dick were held Saturday evening at S o'clock from the home of his son-in- la-v\S Dts-3. French Kerr in Bast Fairview avenue; with Dr. W. L. Wilson of the Theological Seminary of the United Presbyterian church, North Side, Pittsburg, officiating. The "body was taken to New Florence, Pa.., with Funeral Director Cha-rles C. Mitchell in chargn, and removed to the Bethel United Presbyterian church where services were held about 12:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon witli Rev. ^McCrory the pststor officiating.- There were about 22 persons in the funeral party from Connellsville. Lieutenant Paul G. Dick, a son of-the deceased attended the fMeral and returned immediately afterward to Cleveland, -O., where ho is with the army medical division. LEONARD KECK, SR. Leonard Keck, Sr., founder of the L. Keck company of Greensburg, died yesterday morning at his home in Greensburg.. fallowing., a. stroke of paralysis. Mr. Keck was stricken on his way to the postofflee on last Wednesday and was removed to bis home in an unconscious condition from wliieh he never rallied. The deceased was a brother of the late John. Keck ter, Mrs. P. 0. Bradley, South Con- · farm Bureau by letter or telephone of i nellsville. Sergeant Groah has been in the service five years. This was his first visit home in that time. .FORK UOiYtTEB SKiYDS 1VOUD DK'S OVT;U THERE Anthony Bonner, - forme? Dawson policeman, has received word of ths safe arrival in France of his son, John. The young man made the trip on Secretary of War. Baker's steamship, it is understood. · AECEIE JTCOBMICK SEJfDS ' 1VOHB HJS'S JTEAJl FRONT carried by the card is: "I am quite well. I received your letter. Letter follows at first opportunity." The card, would indicate that McCormick is in the field of action with the engineers. It was dated February 27. CAM? GRANT OFFICER CITT. Lieutenant 'William O'Toole, son of Colonel and Mrs. J. O'Toole of Gary, W. Va., accompanied by his sister, Miss 1 Julia O'Toole, is visiting at tie home of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Clark in North Pittsburg street. Lieutenant O'Toole 1 is stationed at Camp Grant, 111. te jonn ^L-CJL " · of ConnellsviUe and an uncle of Mrs. Angtista with her husband Charles Stouffer, Mrs: J. B, Marietta. Christmas holidays. CLAT3DE MECKES IS WTO ATIATIOS SECTION. Corporal Claude K. Misckes of Con- nellsvllle. formerly of Company D, -UOth Infantrj-, has been transferred to the aviation section of the Signal Corps and attached to the motor mechanics. The motor mechanics regiments are leaving for overseas ser- vi»e as fast as they can be organized, so Mr. Meckes is expectfng to realize his revenge on the Huns very soon. Mr. Meckes leaves his bride of only j j n Selecting Jury in eight months. Mrs. Meckea was In their requirements so that reservation! can be made. The first lot will con-; sist of 325 bushels. More will be or- j dc-rcd if required. j Some farmers have already ordered, or are contemplating ordering, corn from seed merchants in other states. Mr. Dougherty points out that this is not a safe proceeding. The corn, even if it should develop a high germination, may not be adapted to this section and would endanger the crop by falling to develop before frost cornea. Again, few seed merchants guarantee fertility of seed corn, hence securing C. Roy HeUe! has received a fieldjcrop f r o m ' i t is more of a hit-or-miss service card from Archie-G. McCor-j proposition than a certainty, as when mick who is with the Fifteenth En-1 planting tested seed. Furthermore, it gineers in France, The brief message! costfc about ?10.00 per bushel, or more than twice the cost of the seed the Farra Bureau has arranged to provide. Another situation revealeci by the investigations of Mr. Dougherty is that no corn, can be secured in the high altitude sections of the state such as would be suitable for planting in the mountain or short season sections of Kayette county, for which purpose the York county seed will not be adapted. Under the circumstances Mr. Dougherty says the only thins the farmers in the mountain tov.-nships can clo is to continue tests of their supplies of corn on hand until they obtain sufficient to provide seed. Some fields of corn, and some corn in many fields, matured last fall before the first killing frost. This will have to serve as the source of this season's seed supply. The job of the farmer in the eastern townships will be to keep up iis tests until he has found enough fertile com to plant this seasor-.'s crop. WIDOW AIDS COUNSEL JLVRK J. MADIGAK. Mark J. Madigan, 50 years, old, of Homestead, died Saturday la the South Side hospital. Pittsburg, ot apoplesy. Mr. Madigan was known in'Connells- ville, having resided here at one time. He was born at Latrobe. His widow, two brothers and one sister survive. SAMUEL CtTLP. Samuel.Gulp. 77 years old, is dead at the home of his son at Smitiitcn, death resulting from complications o! diseases. .Horse, is ."Pinched." IS FBOM SAN ANTONIO CAMP Joseph Niland. son ot Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Niland of Highland avenue, who enlisted recently in the motor mechanics regiment, has written borne that he has left San Antonio, Texas, for some other cantonment the location of which he i unable to say. lie thinks he -will be located somewhere in. Virginia, A and buggy found on South Pittsbuf's street by Patrolman Gt.ger j 'is at Drill's livery stable 'waiting to be called for by the owner. The hors_p was taken to the stable at 4 o'clock yesterday morning. It had been | standing in the street since 7 o'clock the night before. SKRGRA.XT KB.XJ HOttE OJT TE.V DAY Sergeant Manners Kin-g arrived home for a 10 day furlough from Camp Hancock" Saturday. He is a member of Company D., and has served several years in the ranks of that organization. FAXOCS SPENDTHRIFTS. Setting- Along. J..A. Lyon, .who underwent an op- 'eratlon.'last^.wcek in the Mercy hospital; -Plttsn'urg, is getting along as well as. can be expected. Mr.. Lyon Bas^beeii'ln poor health for some time past. Senior Girls ChBmpionB.. The Senior, girls team has? been declared the champions ot the high school. Iri a series of games last Thursday night the seniors defeated the juniors 16-6, and the Sophomores won over the. Freshies 15-8.. Hone From- Hospital. Mrs. H; L. Lenhart of. Vine street, who underwent an operation a few weeks ago at' the-West Penn hospital, Pittsburg, returned home yesterday. Condition Unchanged. . Today; at noon there was no change in the.condition of Rev. G. E. Wagner, rho is-:.criticaily ill of. pneumonia at his home in Bat Green street. Undergoes Serious Operation. Jrs.. H. J.-Williams of North Sixth street, est Side .is resiling easily after undergoing: ;i;serious operation, at a Johnstown, hospital." Chief Bowers HL Ohiet. of, Police'W.B. Bowers is. confined to his bed'with an illness; He became ill Saturday and is unable to oe aibmit .today; '.Union Services. Union, services . were, held last, evening .in., the Methodist" Episcopal church' at-Dunbar. Get the Unenviable Name of Being Famous Spendthrifts. At a time when every good influence lends itself to the work of teaching thrift and economy- there is a very discordant note in reading about a new aspirant for fame as a spendthrift.. Edward K. Morrison of Chicago 'has just confessed that his great fortune exceeding six million dollars has melted awaj' aod that he now possesses, only ?11.37.' He might have lived fairly well cm his Income of $300,000.00;' out Dflw- tie has spent the Income producing fortune, which is like killing the goose that laid the golden egg. Savings and checking accounts. Th6 Citizens National Bank, 138 North Piteburg street, Coanells- ville.--Adv. thc Chandler-1 Huffman Murder Trial. ! Twelve jurors \vere selected Satur-! day in Uniontown to pass upon thej murder charge entered against Joseph | F. Chandler following the finding of tie mutilated body of John W. Huffman near Cheat Haven last Christmas eve. The three elder daughters of the defendant, his brother and otiier relatives were in court Saturday. Man', Uie oldest child, sa-: at tie counsel table alongside hor father. Mrs. HufT- m:-ti, widow of tbe slain man. sat at tae table of tie prosecution. During thii examination of the veniremen she consulted frequency with counsel and assisted in selecting the jurors who arc to decide the fate of the men accused of taking the lite of her husband. Corset Luxury in a Modart . M ADAM, do you realize that more than one- half of your tine is spent in a corset} Atsvlatt comfort, the greatest of all corset assets, if yours in a Modarl front-laced. Tne absence of laces at back [jives form and wonderful smoothness for gown fitting. Front lacing per. mits ease in adjustment--asjures a perfect figure, and, whether sitting, or standing, fullness at tlie top gives freedom to the diaphragm. How to correctly put on a Modart Corset and the proper way to wash a corset are told in the [915 bootdet. The great variety of models are also, illustrated and described. Ask for one. BETIKR Olf K XJ5XT TJ3AR. Mothers Should se that the whole family take at least 3 or 4 doses of a thorough, purifying, system cleaning medicine ttis spring. Now is the time. The family will be healthier, happier, and get-along better if the blood is given a thorough purifying, the stomach and bowels cleaned out, and the rerms of winter, accumulated iu the system, driven away. Holllster's Rocky Mountain Tea is onr» of the very best and surest spring medicines to take. Get it and see the difference In the whole family. Their color will be.better, they'll leel fine and be well and happy. Connellsville Drug Co.-Adv. Is. Assurune* Given Relative to High School JtatertAmmcflt Course. The higb. school entertainment course which closed 1'riday evening with a lecture by Chancellor George H. Bradford of Oklahoma laft the organization with a fair sum as a nucleus for finding next year's course, j Only once before did an ratertainiuent c :mrse dose with a balance. Principal Bela B. Smith of the high s.;.hool is elated and promises a bigger cyurse for next year. number, the Bradford The closing lecture, was generally pronounced the best of all. There was but one draw-back. The 'audience was not as Urge as at many of the other seven. Special Reception Moudar Kighfc ' At Jacquos, Markell hall. Kiferle with drums.--Adv.--23-2t. DOCTOR UROED AN OPERATION All Cases for April in Union Postponed to Liifcr Dale. The entire list of civil cases set for trial during the month of April was postponed Saturday afternoon uatil a later date. This action was taken by the court 1 J i t f J ' P D ' l i because of tlie unusua!' number of ·Instead 1 took Lyd?.a t,. rink- | criminal cases for March. Be Many Men--If any Places This very day you can be in twenty-six thousand cities, towns and hamlets--taking orders, arranging deliveries, collecting bills,' straightening out misunderstandings, quoting prices, etc. . , 7 Fifty thousand Western Union employees are forever at your service, yet the cost is within reach of everyone. Telegrams--Day Letters--Night Letter* Cablegrams--Tloney Transferred by Win THE WESTERN TELEGRAPH CO. Cf\Tl LIST CON'i'DfUED. Cord of Thanks. We wish to."express our appreciation of the help and kindly given us by our neighbors and friends during the. illness and death of our daughter and sister. Especially .we wish to .thank the minister, members of.the choir-and those who sen*, the beautiful floral tributes. Mr. and. Mrs. W. P. Hetrick and family.- ham's Vegetable Compound and Was Cured. Party at PcnnsrilJc. Miss. Loma Figley entertained IS i :--r~^~ ' i °f her Mends a ther home on Friday Baltimore, Md.--"Nearly four years ereEing at Pennsville. A very en' I suffered from organic trcubies, nervousness- and headaches aad e v e r y month would have to stay in lied most of the time. Treatments would relieve me for time but al- joyablci evening 'was spent with music and gEines. At a late hour a very delicious luncheon was served. The young · ladies present were. Misses Ruth Keller of Pittsburg, Ruth Stewart and Norma Keller of Scottdale, Ora and Marie Detwiler, Elsie Baker, CHEST COLDS may mean weak lungs and need more thorough treatment SkUos were rall^ni in Uniontown Sat- than me« lymps, phyici Mr. and Mrs.'-J. Arch ,-«trei Misses Lilban Battenfield and 1 Boy Missing iFrom Home. . . . . . . . operatii My sister asked ma .to try Lydia E. Pink- fa a ra'n Vegetable m 9 to Clara fcetwiler and^ Marion Figley. ation T oe gentlemen were Mr. Carlson, Mr. ^7 y Compound bef or / ff consenting to an ' f/ /operation. I took five bottles of it and it hs completely cored, me and my work is a pleasure. .1 tel! aII my friends vho have any- trouble of this kind what stimulant*. urdaf. A p«rty compOBed ot Misses Hazel \v« and Jilla S.vits, Clyde Sparks and Ernest TSlu'pkey motored tO'JohhstoBn yesterday in the^litter's.'.'cir: Mrs A. H Shaffer and son Barry, of Highland avenue-, -were TiKtfng relatives in Scottdale yesterday afternoon ^ " Mr and Mr« C "M L«8«fr of Uniontown were Tislttng at thfrnonM of thr eonrect* che«t CoW» .fcy giving scorn ENUISION The police^ na\e been notified to bo 1 I jy di a E. -Pinkham's Tecetable Corn- on tbe lookout here for . Floyd Perry, ; jxjund has done for roe. ' -- NELLIE B. 15: years .old, left Ins Jiome Lt ner« t u r . r j u j f u jrurry, txjuna nas aone lor lae. --ixc^ijir. o. oC.Evans.Station,, who i 13RITTINGKAM,CiOSCalvertmRd., Balti: at 3, o'clock.. Saturday · more, Md. . ; . , It is only natural for an 12 o clock to have com taken 1 a train-, to Cumberland^ a son of : W, F. Perry. . . . . T T - I ' fl.rt,. ¥ . 1 ' " Ir^HU VUO L1IUUK11 b Ul. tln -Jv*«»«V4J. »JV thatnght .Hei is though. :. many women hnve ^^ restored to ne here,.;Where.he may have] h ea lth by this famous remedy, Lvdis E. .,_ .. ,,--,--i._j He i3 .pjnkhanj.g Vegetable Compound, after an operation has. been advised that it " pay any woman who suffers from ailments to consider trying it be- S«n- at IVeihe Htme. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde R. Weihe of Star Junctioa are.receiving.'congratulations upon the birth of a son yesterday ·ormer-s parents. Mr and Mrs H. W atrength to the tlood and warmth Aornmg The family is now composed o* Eart Crawford avenue over to the bodr wflik it ixfamnn. w»h o* two boys and an equal .number of ' "l «l.^i_- (C_ --i;_:.__ir^:«\T^ girls The new-arrival-is-a grandson Sunday. nk w.» in C » » r l a » d over ' coughiandsaothingthelungx.! throat and branchial tube*. girls of Mr., and. Mrs. Johnston aveime: Charles :Welhe. of such ailments fore submitting to such P. trying ordeal. NOTICE TO MOTHERS '; You can quickly heal baby's oore, chafeti *kin with , . Sykes Conifest Powder which contains antiseptic, Ijeating ingryH- erits not fpund-jn anv.otbtr nursery powder. 55c at '.the .Vlcol and' other drua cto^ea ;The Comfort:Powd« Co., Boston, Mm, Hickey, Mr. Clark of Scottdale, Mr. 'Walker of Mount Pleasant. Mr. Ridenour of Prittstown, Mr. Cunningham, Mr. Alters, Mr. Snyder of Connellsville and Mr. Detwiler. 3trs. Dora Kntch. The funeral of Mrs. Dora Kntch,! who died .Saturday at her home in North Eleventh street. West Side, will be held tomorrow morning from St. John's Slavish church in the West., Side with interment in St. ' John's! cemetery. | Married at Cumberland. Joshua L. Miller of Mill Run Have You an Extra Pair Of Glasses * Everyone who wears Kltuwea. t should have two pair--n o L only lor emergency use in the event that one pair becomes broken, but for the relief ot an occasional change- , / If you wear nosegrlixases continually then change to spectacles and vice versa, You will be surprised at the relief ;.-ou can get in this way. Bring- in your plasees and Jet me make you an extra pair. A. LTucker, OpL D. IM'South Plttsbnrc Street, ConncllHville. IF YOU HAD NECK and an*3 Lillian Wilkinson o£ Banning Wilbert. Harford of MoClellacd'town and Laura C. Treacher-of Masontown ·ware married iu. Cumberland Saturday. Stork Insures Son. A son, the fourth child of the family, was born yesterday to Mr. and Mrs. 3. B. Patterson of Moyer. Stork I^caTCs Twins. Twins, a boy and a girl, were born Saturday, to Mr. and Mrs.. Thomas SORE THRO A' T O N S I L I H I WODLD QOICUt «ELKH n. Ib. »((. II i HIM t^t,tt *U. MUCCOT* EEAD THE COUEIEE.

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