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MONDAY, APRUL 1, 1918. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. PAGE FIVE. .; UEWSY NOTES TELL WHAfS HAPPENING IN THE MILL TOWN Ideal IWeather Marks the Easter Festival, Churches Crowded. EXCEliENTPROGRAMS RENDERED cltis at the Memorial hospital on Saturday. ) Miss Frances Lohr, a. teacher'tn the Mceesport schools, spent Saturday with friends here. Mrs. Florence Muir Newcomer oÂ£ Cleveland, Ohio, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. j; H. Muir. Rev. J. E. Hutchinson, pastor of the Presbyterian church hae gone to West Newton this week to preach for the pastor at that church, the Rev. Liggett. . Â· ' Indian Creek. With SÂ».gÂ» Md Sermons the Atten- ..INDIAN CR TM K - March SO.-David . . . . . . i. , . ,,, , . .. Bigam is spending a- few days among Â«loÂ«~oi the Feople is Turned to Â«* | Homestead friends. Kenrrectlon; Majority of goetf Arc. on nine; Personal 3COTTDALE. April 1.--fdual weather marked Easter in Scottdale. The people started on daylight saving time and were out promptly at church services. At the United Brethren church there was a- special Sunday school program. A building fund offering waÂ« taken. In the morning the pastor, the : Rev. I. E. Runk, spoke on "A New Emancipation," and in the evening on'business visitor in Conrillsville to- 'Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Otto of Jones Mill are calling on Connellsville friends and shopping. !Mrs.Â«D. L. Marietta of Mill. Run is spending today with Connellsville friends. Mrs. Ray Sparks of Connellsville spent a few days among Davistown friends. Mr., and -Mrs. TV. S. Lyon of Klllar- ney Park Inn are attending the funeral of Mr. Lyon's brother at Connells- t-ille today. Henry Adams of Indian Head is y "The Continuity of Lift." At' St. Joan's church, the Rev. M. A. Lambing, pastor, there were three masses in the morning at 7.30, S and 10.30 o'clock, and in ths evening vespers and benediction. At the United Presbyterian church Rev. Lawrence Keister preached an Easter sermon in the morning. In the evening, the pastor, the Rev. H. W. Milieu preached. The' choir render. ed special Easter music at both services. At the First Baptist chcuroh, in the morning the Sunday school gave a program entitled, "The Cross in Congo Lani" At 11 o'clock the sermon was ' . preached by the pastor, the Kev. H. D. Allen, and there was baptism. Beautiful Easter anthejps were rendered by the church and Jnnior choirs. The 1 Tpung People's society held a service ijj ia the evening 1 entitled "Lighthouses F in Africa^" and this was followed by /4k? a'song service in charge of Miss Lprna r Attwood. .' ?At.the Trinity Reformed church, tae i ' RW. "W. .J. Muir ot the Mercersburs . Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marietta oC .Mill Run are spending today araoug Connellsville friends. Mr. and MrMs. H. Miller will spend over Sunday among Conuells- ville friends. Miss Sadie Kooser of Connellsville will spend over Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kooser Run. 'at Perryopolis. FERRYOPOL1S, March 30.--Mrs. James Cover has returned 'from spending a week with relatives at Dunbar. Sergeant Mongo Weimcr spent Thursday with relatives at Pittsburg. Miss Ada Buttennore entertained Friday evening in honor of -Sergeant "\Veimer who returned to Camp Hancock Saturday. Dorothy, the small daughter of Mr. end Mrs. Charles Williams of Echard, was buried Saturday in the Cochran cemetery. NEWS OF THE DAY AT MT. PLEASANT BRIEFLY DELATED Junior Red Cross Organizations Being Formed by Local Organizer. FIVE NEW ONES NAME OFFICERS j All Have Tlicir Start Under the direction of Mrs. S. C. Stevenson TOio is | (Jetting Units L'ndcr M'iiy in livery j and Corner; Infant Succumbs, j WOMAN SAVED MUCH SUFFERS By taking Friend's Advice arid Lydia Â£. Pinkham's Yeg- \ etafcle Compound. West Plains, Mo. --"I was all run down in healtlvhud indigestion and terrible cramps every month so I was unable to doanythins. I had txied every doctor in West Plains, also every remedylcould think of, without relief. One day when I was Special to The Courier. . I MOUNT PLEASANT, April 1.--The I following Junior Red Cross organlza- , tions have been formed by the organ-j Izer, Mrs. S. C. Stevenson: Mount Zion Evangelical Union, with Mrs. B. L, Killer of Acme; chairman, and Mrs. Anna Coffmann, secretary and treasurer; Methodist Episcopal Sunday school at Mammoth, witfc Charlotte Downs, chairman, Miss Margaret Welly of Mammoth. ,vice chairman; Mrs. Mary Hayes. Mounf Pleasant, R. F. D.. secretary and treasurer; Trauger, Maude Hugus, chairman, and Lide Evans, vice chairmar^. and Sarah Peoples, secretary, anil Agnes Jeffrey, treasurer; Carpentertown, Andy j .Shady, chairman. Qoldie Weaver, vice ' chairman, Octavia Rumbaugh, secretary, and Olive G. Huffmann,'treasurer; Laurel Run, Olive Myers, chairman, Goldie Huffman, vice chairman, Catherine Miller, secretary, and Irene Shaffer, treasurer', Imogene KortrigM. Imogcne, the 22-montcs old child of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kortrlght. died at its Diamond street home early Saturday morning. . Funeral services were held this afternoon at 2 o'clock tn charge of Rev. E. J. Knox. academy preached the Easter sermon| jj rs . Harry Crawford spent the Â»nd there was special music by the j weed-end with relatives at Swiasvale. choior. . ; Mrs. C. G. Huffer and children are Â·iAt the Christian taurca the sermon | spending a few weeks -with relatives title was "The Spirit .anil the TV"or!d."j-t Sebring. 0.. before going to their new home at Charleroi. There was special Easter music. ;At the Lutheran church the pastor, the Rev. J. O. Glenn, preached special j sermons both in the morning and; the evening and'at both communion j followed. There was special Easter ninsic by the cboior. lAt the First Presbyterian church tiere was a sermon by the pastor fol-1- ^^ 3^^ of keeping young K to fed lowed by communion in the morning. young -- to do this you must watch your and the same in the evening. The'liver and bowela -- tbere'a no need of rression of the . First Presbyterian Â· having a sallow complexion -- dark rings church unanimously passed 0.1TMÂ°**. J 0 " 5?Â°~'"PRTM 9 .r.^JS 10 ? It's Easy--If You Know Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets ;esolntiofi endorsing National nrohi- ygpHoy ! look in* your 'face -- dull eyes with no sparkle. Your doctor trill tell you ninety per cent of all sickness comes from in- Gifted Writers Indolent. De Qutncer has called Coleridge "Â» man of Infinite title pages," and he snys lie heard Coleridge admit that a list of the books he roedltuted but never executed would fill R large volume. 3n this respect the two oplnm paters were rivals. Perhaps their fertility in projects was due, as Coleridge fancied, to ao overactivlty of thought, "modified by ^a constitutions! Indolence," and hn'd nothing to do with opium. On the other hand, De Quincey bcllfved that his opium eating prevented him from wiling the book he intended to ma!:o his life work, the slow nnd elabornte result of years of toil, to which be had '^resumed tn give the title of an unfinished work ot Spinoza's, viz., TDe Eraendndone Ha- rannl Intellectas.*" In n later mood he devised a "Prolegomena to All Knturs Systems ot Political Economy," and made arrangements with Â« provincial printer for Its production, lint itfl nu- thor never even got ns far ns tile preface. suffering greatly a friend was at my house a n d said, 'Why dem'tyou try Lydia E-Finkham's Vegetable Compound?' So 1 did, and through it, I found relief from rny suffering and I really believe it saved my life. It does pot seem as tiongh I can Bay enough in praise of this wonderful medicine for the health it has brought me."--Misa CORA LEE. HALL, West Plains, Mo. Perhaps it may seem en extravagant statement to say that this great remedy saved a life; but women like Mrs. Hall, to whom it has brought health, appreciate the danger and suffering they bave escaped too well to doubt it! Ail who suffer should try it Why risk life and health without it? For special advice writs Lydia EL Pinkhara Medicine Co., Lynn, MasÂ». ' Affer Baby's Bath 10,000 ntmes will tell ycu that noihiog fccepf the ikin Â» free from scwencaa as Sykes Comfort Powder lii extraordinary healing and soothing power is noticeable on first application. 2Sc at the Vino! and other drug ttores The Comfort Powrdec Co., Boston, Mass, Confluence. CONFLUENCE, April 1.--Mrs. Bert Nabors and,son of Uniontown, who had been here scvnral days getting their household goods moved to 1 Un- ioiuown, have returocti lo their home there. J, B. Coughetsotir has moved Crom the Maddox proper!;? on Oden street to the Alex Thornas residence lately vacated by Bert Nabors, John TrenUp hap. moved from the We,st Side to the O. B. Maddox property. jh Miss Ncrttie Maust visited her parents at Meyersdaio over Sunday. \ lAoyft Kurtz lias moved from the j residence h*? laUly sold to L, J. Hol- Uday to the BarneJt residence. Dunbar. D. C. Easnn for wali jxipor.- Uver ^ tern-Is, which he gave to j iitlon." At the Methodist Episcopal church active Njwels and liver. _ Jere was sunrise prayer meeting with] v "Awards, a well-known physician i Theodore Hockey leader. A t * . * morning service there was a special , , sermon by the pastor thr Rev. G. w. his patients for years. Terbush and special music by the Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the snbsti- choir. The Enworth Leigue held a tote for calomel, are gentle in their action special Easter service a.d at 7.30 ^ atoasÂ»eHtaive. Tgey bring | ataol o'clock there was an Ea f r cantata, j $*Â£*3SÂ£ 3atf3*Â£ entitled, "Now Is Canst Risen.' with, .yeryone, by toning up the liverand clear- Miss Esther Tritnble as soloist. in;; the system of impurities. Tersonal. Mrs. Robeit Kridler ' of Ever son Â·underwent an. operation for appendl- 0Â»R! IIRED WOMAN You will know Dr. Edwards' Olive Tab- 'els by their olive color. lOc and 25c yet xÂ£. OhiopylÂ«. Expfalnecf. "What is this civil sarvloo bualnpsa that they are aVwayn talking about?" asked thÂ« Boob. "What good does it do?" "It's like this," replied the Cheerful Idiot. "If you have a job and you ar_Â« not under civil service, they can firo you any time they want to. But if ther have a job under civil service they can't flre you unless they want to."--Cincinnati Errtjnlrer. For IS Greasy salves and ointments should not be applied if good dear skin is wanted. From any druggist for SSc, or JLOO for extra large size, get a bottle of zemo. When applied aa directed it effectively removes eczema, quickly stops itching; and heals skin troubles, also sores, bums, woundsand chafing. It penetrates, cleanses and soothes. Zemo is a clean, dependable and inexpensive, penetrating, antiseptic liquid. Try it, as we believe nothiBjr you have ever used isaseffectivc and satisfying. Tic E. W. Rose Co. Cleveland, O. ~ Now She i* Strong and Hearty .Philadelphia, Pa.--"I was overworked, run down, nervo'as, could not cat or sleep. I felt-like crying all the time. I tried different remedies without benefit..The doctor said it was a , wonder I was alivi, and v/hen Vinol was given me I began to improve. I have taken eight bottles and am now strong and perfectly liealthy in every respect, and have gained in weight. I can not praise Vinol Â·noogh."--Mrs. Sarah A. Jones, 10*5 Nevada St, Philadelphia, Pa. We guarantee Vinol to make overworked, weak women strong or return your money. Formula on every kettle. This is your protection. Laughrey Drag Co., ConnellsviHe;' David C. Eason, Dunbar, ana at the best drug store iu every tojrn and eity in the country. OmOPTUi, April 1.--A Red Cross tupper will be held at the Irwin farm tomorrow evening. Miss Jessie Hall returned to her home here after the past several weeks spdnt at Humbert. j Mrs. Samuel Rowe and son of! Hunker arrived here Saturday to visit her "parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Morrison at Sugar lx)aÂ£: Mrs. Jane Morrison and Mrs. Hilda Trcssler spent Saturday and Sunday the guests of Confulence friends. - Mrs. Hattie Rowan left Saturday i for Conoellsville to visit friends. | Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Burnworth of j ] Confluence spent Saturday greeting i friends in Ohlopyle. i Ward Conway, of Crellin, Md., is j spending a few days in Ofciopyle. ' Real Temptation. - "1 must not iorgetfco lock up my diamonds," said the cautious wornim. "Never mind about them," replied her husband. "No sensible hnrglirf bothers aliout diamonds. Ton see that tho refrigerator is locked. Thut has pork chops and a sirloin steak in It." J. B. KURTZ, 0 NOTARY PUBLIC Â§ AND REAL ESTATE. 9 Z N*. t Couth Meadow Lw*. r rt CwwwIUviU* f*. ' ' 3OTXKXX-.O3OOOOOOOOOOOCOOCXX3 Bright eyes, clear complexion, vim, | vigor and force, all indicate perfect i health; without it you .are handi-.: capped in the race of life. Take Hoi- I lister's Rocky Mountain Tea each week and keep up with the live ones. SSc. Tea or Tablets. Connellsville Drug Co.--Adv. Â·'Â· ,, ClMslfled Bring results. Cost only Ic a word. WEAK KIDNEYS MEAN A WEAK Don't Delay. If in Trouble Best Call and Consult Dr.R.W.MacKeflzie| tlne Special, 1'rirnte jtnH i'hrimle DincaMtn of Men nnd Wonic-n J-'OR BACKACHE. KIDXEI BLA.DDKK fllRO.UBIiE. A T I Wkrtber Accutc or Chronic. ntÂ»U*m. CoÂ«K*rt*lon of the K\A~ *, Inf1ntnmatl*n of thr Blndder, Â·nrnvrl and tfrlnurr Trnublm. CAl,i, A3fD CONSULT MK. H(Â»re 2n Tonr Home TÂ«\vn HJACH T."EBNESTAY -- AT -- XFJW STAG HOTET;,. , Plttnhnrg- .St., CoMnellnvfllc, Pv. irOUKN I) A. 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