The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 2, 1918 · Page 6
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, April 2, 1918
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THE DAILY COOKHSH, CONNEDLSVIIXE, PA. TUESDAY, APRIL, 2, 1918. tlS OF THE DAY §1 AT UNPLEASANT. p. " " ' '" £s:-7*-'- :Fr«rtu terlaii Choreh Elect* QKieers ^** OOp, NEEDS JKATffi^ Special to Tbo Courier. .- -April -fc--The-im- , . . tariaa OBngregaUoa was held in tht p,|«h«Tcli J»»t evening. , Ihe^. moderator. ' e n * s n ; : p l e S r i l e i j : , . - E I e c t l o n of r the coming ye«t TTM held ted as Miows: Pre»*d«nCs. |S;C. St«renaon; secretary. Dr. W. A. K: Slarsi;. tru»te«. W. D. Andrew*, D. L. igjGeoirii; : D.-"H. SUmer, : -Ernest U**; feiland ud V.'A. Leouaon. Three direc- tSstors to the jtccfc Justice Free Dis- Ienj«77a»_elect«l u (olknn: Dr. '.'if. L. X**i)CJlirr::J. E. Butman and , . M. PlfcMiifaUitTBi^Staaaai: was gg'chown auditor."" The "cKuraE^jijorU vv are read and a reaol5Utm"»Jopta to ReYVH*r£m»nV»]»rr J200 per "' ...... r All ; ,BW*««r»3£? The "Bed- Cro»« are- aiked o- to iao ' (rf Mnffla irenie aBfcS(«iB:»treet- " . £ Diuo»-(ii:J«»nn«tte, -were here on Sua- X4»Vmtte]iaiag;the baptism. ot Mr. and ; itri:,JI»«a«r Aiken's son Samuel. / ' ' - - . _ * Bid .CTOM Braefit. The IZ~E. Smith Bed Crose unit under direction of Mrs. Charles E. »:* -?J"ib«l- gave a minstrel'last-evening in i^- the Grand Opera house; the_prpceeds '' of which went to. the Hed Cross Com- J- ;iniinity ;£und.;...The east follows: Jfc _,teteripcutor,, Edward .Weaver; .right. " "tad, Jnlins KeSchman: left end,~ Ed- ·"w«rd Aldom; ends, Robert Gc-arhart, Clyde. Carnec, Charles Nemesek and '': John. Niion; soloists. Joaep'a gkergans, ""£ Beulah Hitenonr, Ora Detwiler, Marie '· Dficwiler, Annabel Fftzpatrick and Ag- n«s Murray; pirson, Michael Mullen; ploOKiinnita, Clarence illilUron, Steve Baliui. Martin GiNwney.'Dalvin Orer- ly. Georce Siberti," Chester Saltier aad ·fttUiam Gibboner; chicken thief, Robert fcac; Larry Mulligan. Frank MoGoagan; Keuben, Barry Hamsar; chorus. A«ne« Miller,' Minnie Heide, Lneette H«idc, Mary Sofranco, Elint*th Uhrin, Jnlia Shefslek, Jnlia So!;?.--.. fnmco. fidna Eicier. Virginia-MJller, " °°'iaii»bith'iSbattOTT,' J*ana Kro'ti, Hil- d» Hok*. Cecelia Gibboner. Cecelia KlkolaX^, Maryucrite Kir± and VJT- f ,'* Koonts; tableau! Goddess of Ub- ;!;"^**T;v A«n« MnrraT; Uncle Sam, I'Prank Siohl. Soldl«r, Roben Pox, Sail- -til-or. Stuart billon. ',£':' Grand Choru*^-"Oor Slates"--Geor- h'J'ia, Clyde Carnes: California, Pull ^VChorni. Tennessee. Kobert Gearhart, t y^Main*. Clyde Carnes; Michigan, John j:'!;-Nilon; Alabama, Joseph Skergan; i f Maryland. Ednard 'WeKver; New t ·· «ai._lr--.._ - I -THIITY YEARS EXPERIENCE " SELLING A K1DNEV MEDICINE Paring my career as a dnmfrt for l*;"the p«Jt thirty" 7100* i'haire enjo J.vS. _»»Ulns Dr. Kilnurt Swamp Boot 'and ·I'ttv-t'txilteTe it i«.eiuai to' tho" best Wd- Sfg|.i«r, Jl»«r. aad,bladd«r. remedy onrthe [sjfe .'market, . Th»« who. bare taken lt;ar« "well" pleated' with results and t.,: very favorably Tenanting .the ' . Very Trnly yonr», JAS. COOFER,' JRr, gi* Oct. 30, 1916." ''Red Bank. N.~. J. WAR RAGES in FRANCE WE IteagiaQ our. food at the FEED "«te same time THEM to them .(UUtodSuM» Kbpd AdffltaiSlvation/ Vanderbilt. VAKDEEBILT, April 2.--4Jrs. Frank. ejreQiand.-. Mrs;-.-a*crist o£ Dunbar township and Miss Pearl Jennings were Connellsville shoppers yesterday. · · . · Mr. and Mrs. Bruoe Parker and children of Newell spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. John Pratt. Harry Harper o£ Monessen visKed friends in town on Monday. ^jss Freda Wright has accepted a position as bookkeeper at -the Auto Sales Repair company's garage. Leroy -Harper 'of Camp Iee, Va., IB spending a furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Waiiiain Harper of Franklin township. · Mr. and Mrs. C. ,S. Freed of Dun-bar township, "W. A. Freed-"and son, Christian, and Miss Mary Freed, visited Mr. and Mrs. H!. P. Thorpe ot Perryopolis on Sunday. The borough council held a meet- Ing', Monday evening in the council rooms. . Smithfield. SMITHFIEIJ), April 2.--Mr. and Mrs. John McDonald of Smlthton motored, up and -were the ^uesta of relatives Sunday. - - - - ' Dr. LJoyd Huhn ot Chicago arrived here Monday for his mother's funeral today. . . . · _ . . George A. WheUel, Jr., the youngest son ot Mr. and Airs; G. A. "Whetzel of Smithfield, employed as a clerk for /the Republic Iron Steel company at Republic, left with a contingent of draftees ot the Sixth district for training camp at Camp Lee Monday.. -Charles Swope, carrier on R. F. D. Uo..;2.\has resigned to..accept a.ppsi- tlQn^with.tSe..Cornish,Coal company. T Scme^bne:,entered^theMiitae rofv.the Prospect Coal company Sunday night and put a pump out of commission by removing the valves and bending .the piston-- . . . . ... -" - '"· Portland PHo* In ClM* 1. . . Faddy Slglln, manager of Uw Portland Pacific Coast International league ream,, ha* been, placed in ct»» 1 ot fhe-«dect!ve draft::.-.-.-. -*- ~ Meyersdale. MEyERSDALE, April 1.--CUrs. S. B. Phllson -has gone to PhiiadoLphia, "where on "\Ve\inesday sae will attend the wedding of her niece. Miss Mary JlcJOevitt of Philadelphia, to itr. Fred Howe ot this place. Atter a honeymoon trip the newlywcds will come to Jteyersdale and will resido on -Myers avenue, -whoro the groom recently purchased a home and has it in readiness for his bride. 'Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Mckenzie had for thoir guests over Easter their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mai Shaffer, and ihelr three children of Mt Savage, Md., and their daughter, Miss Katoryn McKenzie of Pittsburg. iMrs. Mary'^Veller of Eycdman F4etit several days here with her relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hammers.. John and Robert Boucher of Pittsburgh were gnests at the home of their parents, ilr. and Mrs. M. J. Boucher, over Easter. J. Milton Gnagsy loft Sunday for a few days' business trip in Pittsburg,. Mr. aad Mrs. Charles Sanders and Charles Crowe of Cleveland, 0.. are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs; C. E. Crowe. Mr. and Mrs. Stanford Hailam of Mt. Braddoclc are guests at the home of the latter's mother, Mrs. Emma Hlbner. ' Miss Bernadetta Lynch of Pittsiburg is here for a few weeks' visit at the hoale of her brother-in-law and sister, Hr. and Mrs; Ed. Kerrigan. Mrs. Sherman Smith Of Boswell Is visiting her friend, Mrs. Elizabeth Younfcin of the South Side. Frank Wade spent Sunday with relatives in Frostburg, Md. Joseph. Kreig-ltae of Hyndman visited his sister, Mrs. Margaret Dunn, 'Sunday. ' . ' '· ·Miss Lorstta Allken. returned Moo- day from a few days' visit with relatives and friends in Washington, Pa. · J. A. Sonhelm o£ Baltimore, Md.. spent Sunday here with his wife- and baby, who have been .guests at the homo .of Mrs. Sonfaeim'a parents, Mr.. and Mrs. W. I 1 . Payae. Mr., and Mrs. Clarence Valentine of Cumberland aro visiting at the home of the latter 1 * brother, R. D. Pfahler. (.Mrs. Albert Broclit of Garrett was shopping in our city on Monday. Misses .Harriet and Kate Gary and Miss Lillian Masters ot Berlin were SEeyersdalo shoppers on Monday. Mrs. JJrank Woy ot Somerset is visiting her reltives, Mr. and Mrs. John Quran,' at .this place. Just Over the Bodeg Canncllsvllle (West Side) W . « 'ro^ACE;'^ 11 9*TrEBvI illdra Carroll Battery Co. A Factory Tmlned Battery Man. 5LVCKE]SZIE DB. E. SPECL1MST Chronic diseases of men and women. Diseases of the bladder and kidneys, weakness and Josses successfully treated. Diseases of the-srkin, -worn-out run-down men or women, no -matter what your ailment may be, caJl, it costa you nothing. Fret examination. Here IN TTo^r Home Tovm BACH WEDNESDAY ONLY X15W STAG HOTEL. 114 8. Plttaburv St. CanttellnvfUe. Hvnrfti » A. M. to 0 P. M. MOVE BY AUTOTRUCKS BOTMPnOHtS OPPMANSTRANSFER OPPOSITE POST OFFICE CONNELLSVILLE, PA. TitleandJrusiCcmpan) tf VV , ternPenns 'hama What Is Your Answer The United States Government asks your support in. helping to make the Third Liberty Loan a great success. Subscribe through us now for Third Liberty Loan Bonds. You can buy them for cash or on easy payments. 11H II 1.11111;Mi 11111 * t * « · I SOCCER PLAYERS LACK ;; ·' ENDURANCE AS SOLDIERS :: A prominent mediatLnnii who · · has y*n returned from the wciit- ', ', era-front-says, professional loot- · baiters are not wasted in 'the ] '. .ereochfM), and trpfalM that- this | ; la 10 becaose their eodnraoce , , | It IMS than one-third that of the + onllnarj' Kddler. He attribntea 4. the, fact that they have J been'90 \rrnf timed to the high- . . e»t pitch to take part In soccer ; | "games. In addition their nerres i · -are no acute .that th«y cannot ) ', -. stand gonflrc. · ' ' The -med'ical man adda: M lt la ) ', · like-linking op a.nce bone with. | · ·on artillery team." Strangely , ! enough, he iaid, commandenB find. | ^ Konby football playen make our ',', beat Ready Money! Operating Coal Mines A well established Jobbing and Shipping Company will make liberal advances, loans, or jHFtieipete in permanent financing on. reasonable terms to- actual operating and shipping coal mines with, side tracks and regular tipples. · Give facts as to location, name and thickness of vein, output capacity based on physical development in mine, also Railroad car rating and financial requirements. Information Trill be treated s strictly confidential. F. o. BOX sss, SEW YORK CITY, That Gvilization May Be Safe The United States of America took the sword in the defense of democracy and, freedom--that civilization may be safe-that America may be safe. ·/·nuMnie,n.^-ri. You are invited"'to lend your support CONMEUSVIU.E;fifc by subscribing to Third Liberty Loan (WESTSJDE) Bonds--for sale by us. UNION NATIONAL BANK fftat Sw*mf-**t Ifta Do For ten cent : t(Ti)r. Kilmer * Co., 'BmghmmUm, K. Y., for a sample alze bittl«. It-jrlll ccmriice anyone. You will also recMve a booklet ot .valuable ·: loformation. telliai,.aboilfthe kidncyi .and bladder. TOMB wrtUnfc b«'aure ;.'*ad mention The CosnellBtlile Dally Medium , and l.-.ige size bot- for »al» at all drug stores. -- tiVr. Wk» t» fabwnte. who adrertlse ' r Courier. . : MERMAN FURNITURE MPANY RUGS STOVES "The Big Store Hear The Bridge." 154-158 West Crawford A-venuc.Suceessors Leonard Furniture Co. , ' . . ' . eiybody Is Going to the Hew Store For Furniture, Rugs aM Stoves The logical store to buy your new Furniture, Rugs and Stoves is the New Store. Everything for the home here is spic span new, representing the latest styles from the world's best factories. Our prices are in plain figures for all to read and your credit is good for anything you need. Bench Electric · Washer Wringer Special $79.50 THE BEST , E1ECTBIC 1VASHEB ESTHE CITIT. The 0. K. Electric Bench Washer and Wringer above pictured is one of the most ·widely used machines on the market. It is guaranteed in every respect Uy both the manufacturer and ourselves. Come in and see it NEPDNSET Floor Covering Your floors will' look better, stay cleaner, make home more pleasant and housework easier, with A dull, depressing room is made warm and inviting the' moment its floor is covered with Neponset Floor Covering. Grease won't soak in and spread. Refreshing to the eye and highly sanitary. Thick and tough. Wonderfully resilient to the step. Easy to keep clean. Enduring. Lies flat without tacking. Artistic color' designs specially suitable for kitchen, bed-room, bath-room, play-room, porch, sewing-room, halls and closets. Makes a neglected room look like new. Come in and examine our many new designs today. Made by BIRD * SON (Est. 1738 Em W»ly«lc, M»»«rtiu»«ta SEE WINDOW DISPLAY Extra Special Values in '~*? Dining Tables, Buffets and Chairs This Week A Special Purchase of Ein- /'· ing Furniture just arrived-enables as to give some extraordinary values in Buffets, Tables and Chairs. May we have the pleasure of showing them to yon. I Patronize Those Who Advertise in This Paper. IxjOeOCOCQQOQOOOOCCOOCQQt^O^^ »Homer's § ^ Clothing § o d OCOCOCXXXXJOCCC3CCCOCOOOOOCO MO newspaper can succeed without advertising, therefore we solicit the patronage of our readers for those who by their advertising help to make this paper possible. OOOOOOQOOOCOttOOOfXXXXXK J. B. KURTZ, NOTARY PUBUC AND REAL ESTATE. N*. il South MeoaW ' y-» CMiiwIlmilia. Pa. oooooocxxxsotxxxxjoooocooooS B,T C. A. VOIGHT / SAVCB--.50M15 OF- V iHESe "BOSGLAR.S ^). Nl IQUfXRS-V s

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