The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 9, 1918 · Page 2
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April 9, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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TWO. ·i-.n_cj JJAI.UX CONNELLSVHjLE, PA. TUESDAY, APKllj 9, ISIS. The West Side Volunteer Fire De-1 Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Vaguer of 104 partmem will give a daiice tomorrow 'North Sixth street, West Side, has re- njgat at the-armory 1 . : The hours are ! turned home .from the Cottage State from 8 to 2 o'clock. Kiterle's or-! hospital, where "she underwent an chestra will furnish the music. The ! operation for appendicitis a few -weeks dance is the last of the season and tbe firemen are putting forth- special efforts to have it a large and successful one.-. All who attended life assured a delightful time. The regular meeting of the Daugh; ters of .Isabella will.be ae:d tonight . jnrthe'Parochial scUob; hall at the . .close'ot.the mission;" : The "Knit" and "Win-"Unit to the Charleston Comforts' Branch" ot the Navy League met' last night at the home of Miss Lynne Ktncell in Eighth street ar.d spent the -evening knitting ago. Little Miss Mildred's many friends .Kill be glad to learn oC-her return home. Our paint .stock is,.complete.. We j have' paint for every purpose. Come; to : our sipecial.. demonstration this i week on art graining and :brins your j painl'Troubles'-'wlth .you. And«rson- Louoks-Hardware 'Cot--Adv-S-2tl' Mrs^ Burton- Gillett and son, Frederick of New York City were called here hy the serious illness of of the former's sister, Miss Iva Clawson who is at the Cottage State Hospital suffering from double pneumonia. '.Mrs. Gillett's husband,, who was formerly connect- for the sailors. Since the-unit w a s l e d with. Coandlsville newspapers, is organized Jr./February r.S'knitted ar-i n °w with the Inernational Film Com- ticlesiiave:been..complaed. The next \ P at »y- ° r N( TM; York.. will' "beV. held Monday.' night I pla R9 lessons--call Miss Naomi Pow- j ell, : 305 McCoYmick avenue for piano j lessons.--Adv-D-St-cod. Mrs.. John Rittenhouse and son meeting: at the home of Mrs. James Conniff in Eighth street,- Greenwood. The Christian Endeavor society of Harry,-of Burgettstown motored hero J_hp United Brethren- church -will hold iis.jrionthiy meeting this evening in .the. class room of the church. ' The "Woman's Missionary association will meet in. regular'session Thursday af- ternoon.at 2.20 o'clock in the church. Prayer sej^ices. Wednesday evening at-7.3ft o'cwek. . The regular 'monthly business, meeting of the Otterbein Guild will be held Friday evening at the home of Miss Margaret Morrow. The Goodfellowship clas-s will hold its regular monthly business meeting Fri- day;evenias at the home of Mrs. Alvin Dunston in Witter avenue. 'Mrs. Paul Gerke- will be hostess at a chain party this evening at 7.30 o'clock at her home-in East "Washington avenue. The party is one of a series planned by the Woman's Guild of the Trinity Episcopal church for the benefit of the church building fund. Patriotic knitting will be the diversion o! the evening. |Mr». W. R. Smith of Eighth; stret t, Greenwood; and Miss Esther Tovrzey of Arch street, will also be hostesses at similar parties this evening. Sunday to see the former's sister, Mrs. T. Scott "Dunn,, who is ill. They also visited Mrs. Laura Piersol of Greenwood, a sister of Mrs. Rittenhouse. ' You will never get here cheap, shod-, j dy fabrics' or the slip-shod, slap-together workmanship of other so-called tailors. Dave Cohen. Tailor.--Adv. ilrs:"G. W. Penrod of Ninth street, Greenwood, is visiting, her son and rtaughter-in-iaw, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pen rod of Baltimorq. Have just received another shipment of tan low cute, together witi a lot at womens gray and brown boots. These are the big sellers. Try and get in before they are all gone again. Downs' Shoe Store.--Adv-S-lt. Now is the time to clean up and paint up. when you paint use LAW- rence's, the best paint on the market. Anderson-Loucks have it--Ad-v-8-2t. WAR TA1MOR TEACHERS Liberty Loan. R*d Cross and Other j?nases on Saturday's Program, At a meeting of the Fayette County Educational association Saturday Tbe Woman's Homi: and Foreign! in Uniontown food conservation, war Missionary societies ot the Trinity i gardens and the boys' working re- Lutheran church will meet Thursday j surve will be discussed ia the morn-] evening at^Uie home of Mrs. Samuel] ing. In the afternoon Rev. E. A. Balsley in CTdar avenue. The Daugh- ;Hodil. pastor of the Third Presbyter- ters o£ Ruth Bible clasi, will meet this r i a n church, Uniontown, will .discuss evening at the home of Miss Margaret I the Red Cross, Judge R. E. Umbel wjl! Carson in South. Connellsville. Per- · talk on War Savings stamps and Boas- who expect to atlend are asked [Wooda N. Carr on the Third Liberty to leave on the 7.30 o'clock street car. i Loan. -- ' I Bela B. Smith, principal of the Con- ,6n account of the district couven- jnelisville high school, is on the pro- tion of the Woman's Hume Missionary ' gram for a talk on "The High School society to be held Thursday in the : Curriculum." First Methodist Episcopal churci, : ' Church Day has been postponed *to ' OOOD.ir.l-VS IfAVE a Home Craft Week DOC Announcing Home- A ,,^,*1 O JL 1 O craft Week_^ April O IO 10 In order to keep up with the National Home Week movement we are putting on sale today goods we carry pertaining to one's home. ^Home Craft Week has always been a big week with tile E. Dunn Store, owing to the fact that we carry a large line of draperies, curtains, carpets, rugs and homefumishings. Curtain Specials . 50 pairs good quality Scrim Curtains $1.25 50 pairs good quality Scrim Curtains $1.50 25 pairs good quality Scrim Burtains SI.75 50 pairs good quality Lace Curtains -- $1.50 75 pairs good quality Lace Curtains -- $1.75 20 pairs goo dquality Lace Curtains $2.00 20 pairs good quality Lace Curtains._... $2.50 Other Lace Curtains range from $3 to $S.OO Rugs Our Rug stock is complete in every detail and is-rcady for your inspection. We have abou.t 50 9x13 Rugs at last year's prices and they are worth'30 per cent more today, but we are still selling them at the old prices. Rugs are very scarce today and if you intend to buy a Rug you had-better buy it in the near future. Draperies and Cretonnes Our draperies, range in price from 50c to $1.50, and can be found in all the leading shades and materials and are all great values. .'. Our Cretonnes rang in price from 25c to 75c and can be found in handsome patterns and shades. They are all good values. Draperies always help to improve ones home and add a touch of daintiness to tlie interior decoration of ones home. Scrims and Laces Our Scrims by the yard range in price from ISc to 75c per yard and can be used for making beautiful Curtains. Our all over lace by the yard can be used to the same good advantage as scrim. These two articles nil the unfilled want of the people who like to make their own Curtains. '« Window, Blinds See our Special Blinds at 50c, 60c, 75c to $2.00 depending on the size. «»03 M-PrmsuM SI COMMCt^VTLtC ft* Home Craft Week April 8th to 13th PAT1 Friday. Lunch will be served from 11 to 1 o'clock. TWO SOXS L\ SKKT1CK Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Goodman of the Yough House have two sons in the The' Cbarlesioa Comforts Branch service. Their son, Aaron H. Good- to the. Navy League -will hold a knit! man enlisted in the medical depart- ting party Saturday afternoon, April 1 meat and yesterday left for train- 13th .at .the Carnegie library. All units · ing camj at .Monroe, Va. Previous to and women, knitting. :'or the -branch j enlisting Goodman was for a while are invited' to.attend and spend the j in the employ of the legislature at afternoon-it Quitting.for the ;Saliors.-:Harristurg; His brother. Louis L-. Th'ere will.b"e a number of instructors i Goodman who enlisted in the same present ."to teach - persons .'who. desire | department, is also at Monroe, to' learn' to knit .socks. The hours are from'2.30 to 5 o'clock. The Poplar Grove I nit to the Red OIUOFTLE BOYS IS" KEUULAR AUKT Edward H. Taylor and Isaiah C. METHODIST WOMEN GATHER IN CITY · ALL DAY THURSDAY HENRY MILLER. Henry Miller, 82 years old. died last !night at 9.45 o'clock at the home ot Occasion Ls Annual jrectins of the ;his son-in-law, Jacob Bengel, No. 408 Home Missionary Society oi He- j South Piltsburg street ot compllca- Kecsport Jlistrict. i tion of diseases. Mr. Miller had been The annual meeting of the "Woman's an invalid for the past 25 years and since last Saturday his condition had been critical. Funeral Thursday af- BELL CONDUIT ORDINANCE IS BEFORE COUNCIL Home Missionary society of the McKeesport district of the Methodist Episcopal church will be held Thurs- j lernoon at 3.30 o'clock from the Beu- day evening, April 11,' in the local j gel residence, with Rev. Ellis B.. Bur- churcli. Mrs. C. A. Colborn ot Scott- · soss, of the Trinity Lutheran church, dale, the president, will preside, program follows: The :officiating. Mr. Miller was born in j Alsace-Lorraine, France, February 3, Morning, 10 o'clock--"Keynote Se vice," Mrs. 0. J. Watson: greetings, Mrs. (5. L. C. Richardson; response. :r-!jfi3G, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Peter Milter. When a young man be served in the French army. About Mrs. R. C. Wolf;, coke mission reports, 17 years ago he came l.o this country, Miss Anna Lipek and Miss Anna [seating in Buffalo, N. residing Kuchera; report of treasurer, Mrs. AK. Silver; report on literature, Mrs. M. A. Loucks, Scottdalc; report of cor- Und in Connellsville, residing at the p. I former place for 27 years. Since last there for a short time. Tbe remainder of his life was spent at Adelaide Cross will meet tomorrow afternoon j WaDle 0/ ohioDrle enlisted in the I responding secretary. Mrs. A. p. former place for 27 years. Since last at the home of Mrs. C. W. Erbeck. Ee ~uiar 4rmy yesterday at tbe Pitts- i AU «n: election of officers; noontide September Mr. Miller had made his .,, , __ --,, .. _., _,.. = " , ,, ' ' , . , prajer; adjournment. . home with his son-in-law and daugh- mirg recruitm,. station. , Aflernom sessloD| ^-"Quiet ter, Mr. and Mrs. flengel. Mrs. Mil- riftivf TIIV "HIMVT iHour," Miss Emma White; report of ler, who before her marriage was Miss FOR ro \ -1 KVf'S l- vou nB people's work, Miss Alice (Magdalene Dick, died at tie Bengal r u n v u . A, ,.i r '-TM"'l jolles: musiCf students of the McCruui:borne four months ago. Mr. Miller All members as well as others who wish to sew for the soldiers are urged to attend. Edna Rebekah lodge will meet tomorrow night in Odd Fellows' hall. All members are inviti d. The regular meeting of the IXII club which was to have. .been .held Thursday evening at the homo of Mr. · and Mrs. J. M. Young in East Green street, has been postponed until Thursday evening, April 25. x 'Af the regular meeting of the T. J. -Hooper Bible class of the First Presbyterian church held last evening in the" church ?250 was turned over to the church building fund. The class pledged and paid- off n- fund of ?1,SOO towards the fund and afterwards $500 which is now halt p^tl. Plans for assisting in the woman's Liberty Loan drive were discussed, but no definite arrangements wery made. Following the business meeting the remainder of the 'evening, was '.spent in knittiug, the^ class! having formed rj^ently a unit to thsVehaHestoa^ Comforts Branch., ".of the Navy.'S'ague.""" Patrolman "Tony" Kendihe has re- | received-a card from Andrew Thomas, j formerly on the "force" here, but now in training with the draftees at Camp Lee. Va. Thomas says he is "doing all the heavy work" for Company A, 5] Engineers. He says he is glad to learn the police receiver! their new uniforms for Easter, but adds that his has brass buttons beat a mile. AXMIEW CURK OFF FOH KIIAXCE Andrew Clark, who has been stationed at Fort Douglas, Ariz., for the past year, will leave tonight for an embarkation camp after spending a i brief furlough with his father, James Clark at Leisenring No. 1. Young Clark is with the field artillery. srjbE.criptton .entered for The Courier. "That's'the only .paper I care for," he writes. "I don't care for anything else, and 1 want to .get it every day." "Harold McCartney, wh'o ';has been transferred as a cadet from Dallas, Pa;,:isVirisUing_her parents, Mr. and to Houston, will be at Uiis field, which Mrs. F. C. Conway of Vine, street.. . is the ^only flying Held here. 1 am TKe T:lt_club:.TrtII i evening. in " PERSONAL. Mrs. .Hx E. .McCa.7i.ir of Washington, school; report of McC.-uni schdbl, Mrs. i waB a member ot the Trinity Luther- Keithley, Mrs. Poole and Mrs. Irwin; j a n church and was widely" and favor- symposiom, "How Shall We Make j an'r known. In addition to his daugh- Mcetings Interesting?;'' address, Mrs. I l c r ' Mra - Bengel, he is survived by E. M. Balsinger; reports of committees; ment. readies of minutes; adjourn- BIG STAKES PROPOSED CocJiran' Asks Members of .talrc »ie Circuit to Give $1,000 Each. Harry Cochrarr, secretary of the Daivson Fair Association, has 'proposed to the other members of the Lake Erie circuit that .each give a $1,000 stake race at their meetings next fall. It has boen proposed that the classes bo made up for the slow DOST CAKK FOR A\FrHI3fG | "otters, as this would bring many BCT THU COUltll-'ll' rses ° circuit that, otherwise would be thrown out of training and laid up until next year. The big idea is to get the man with a fair trotter Private Joseph Palladine, 190th Areo Squadron, Ellington Field, Houston, Tex., asks 0. R. Herwick, ot The Lull, 1 eA., tiana VJ. AX. 14CL vi tvjiv, ui i u u . · . '· Courier mechanical force, to have his to .';f er ^TMuis and nice his horse, Dr. Carl'S. Homer is in Pittsburg kept rather busy here. 11 ! When 1 am attending a meeting 01" the Odontnlos- ! not *" lsy * am lazj " an(i 'hat's the rea- ical society. json I don't write to the 'bunch,' but The best place to shop after all j-TM u can give them by best this time." Brownell Shoe Co.--Adv. · · · | ' ·--~ -Mildred Wagner. Iktle daughter of I .Freil Uass Home. | ; i Fred Bass, who is with the motor I mechanics stationed in Texas, is spending a furlough at his home in the West Side. ) TheNicest i Cora Flakes POST TOASTIES [ Try them instead of toast and help save two sons. Peter Miller of Dickerson Run; John Miller of Connellsville, and one brother, Christian Miller of Buffalo, N. Y. IMJIS. MARY DULANEY SMITHFIBLD. Aprii 9.--The f u n - eral of Mrs. Mary Zerley Delaney Sunday, notwithstanding the inclemency of tho weather, was largely attended. Mrs. Dulauey was the oldest person in this community ,if not the oldest in the county. She was born March 30, 181-9, and died April 5. .1918, making her 99 years and six days. JOHN W. RANK1.M John "W. Rankin, 37 years old, d-ied Sunday afternoon at his home near ElliotsviHe. Deceased is survived by his wife and eignt sons, one of whom is in training at San Antonio, Tex. as the public is not at a!l concerned whether the time is sensational over a half mile track as long as there arc redact contests with plenty of neck- and-neck finishes and the result in doubt until the last few feet of the fifth heat. Unless present arrangements go i j aken to lbe Taylor home OQ ch h astray, the Dawson maaagemcnt is to i a . rcet- Pimera j sm -ices will be held MRS. GKORGE HAJbL. Tbe body of Mrs. Hulda Hall, wife ot George Hall of Star City, W. Va., who died while visiting in Johnstown, was brought to Ohiopyle Monday evening on train No. 15, and Continued f-om Pnee One. terminals, within one year after the pian:i have been submitted to the Public Service Commission. In case the city should decide to pave Crawford avenue between T-os- ioct street and the Yo-Jgh briduc, the company will place its conduits and sink its manholes before the paving is done. Contract for 10 firemen's coats, sev- i era! hats and six pairs of boots was ! awarded to the Uuited States Rub- i ber company. The ConncllsviJie Pub- { lishing Company -was given the con-. tract for the annual city report. ! The H. C. Frick Coke company asked that :lic assessment on property in the Sixth ar.d Seventh wards be. changed. The coke company says that six acres of coal in tho Seventh and three; in tbe Sixth were mined last year and is no longer assessable. A petition of Swayr.e Harper and Esteila C. Ford, asking that tile city vacate a part of Graham avenue, West ; Side, · between the east side of South Eighth street and the trestle of the i AY'estern Maryiund railroad was read, i The? street is 2-1 feet wide, with space! for two eight-foot sidewalks. The pe- j titioners say this grows up in weeds \ during the summer as there is little j or no travel on the street, it being cut off by the railroad. ORR1NE FOR Orrine has been uniformly successful in restoring victims of the "Drink Habit" into sober and useful citizens. If, after a trial, you get no benefit, your money will be refunded. It is a simpJe home treatment. No sanitarium expense. No loss of time. Orrine No. 1, secret treatment; No, 2, voluntary treatment. Costs only $1.00 a box. Ask, for booklet. Con- neHsville Drug Cora pan}'.--Adv. have a couple oE days of its fair and racing meeting perpetuated by having the racing events filmed. Home: on Furlough. Patrick Quinn, stationed at Camp Gordon, is spending a furlough \vith his parents, Mr. and Quinn at Adelaide. Mrs. Patrick ilnvHand Out Again. E. 'W. Kaviland, teacher of m^the- matics in the high school has recov- j column. ed after an attack of bronchial* pneumonia. What Hnvo You for Sale! "Wednesday and interment made in the Thorpe cemetery. . MBS. SUSAN HIXEM. Mrs. Susan Hizon, 56 years old, a v:ell known resident of Dunbar, dierl EVERSON BOYS ARRESTED Youths, ('linr^i'il With linliliins Store, Picked I'p Hy City Detective. Two E-\ r orson boyn wern picked un here yesterda}" morning by City Detective J. W. Jlitchcll, having robbed a store in that place. ed by Mitchell and Chief w. B. Bowers, a gun was found on them, also Liberty and Oliver Aoenua PUltburgh, Pa. We will be pleased to send you free of cost, our Booklet of New Spring Styles for Women and Misses If your name is on our mailing list you will b^ enabled to purchase the very latest styles in Coats, Suits, Dresses, Waists and other wearing apparel at manufacturer's prices. All merchandise purchased from us is delivered to j'ou free of expense and can bs exchanged, or money refunded if not found entirely satisfactory. ./Wrfrwj Mail Orjcr Department MEYER JONASSON £ CO. PUldurgh. Pa. t CREEUfflIT 25 No Longer s Angler Permitted to ·10 Trout n IJny. The open season for iroui in Pennsylvania begins next .Monday, April 35. and lasts u n t i l July 3]. There is a change in the law for this year which places the creel limit at 25 instead of 40. Despite tho hard ivintov it is he- Whcn search- lievcd there w l u stin be foun(] HOm( , trout.. , , last evening at 6.45 o'clock following ] candy, keys, pliers, a ball of twine and ; an illness of conuilicatioiyf diseases. mo;loy that had been taken off a! ' punchboarcl. MRS. MAHGARET E. GILES. Tho ^ retiis 0( the boys were noti- M.rs. Margaret E. Giles, 50 year WHY WOMEN DREAD OLD AGE Don't ivorry about old age. Don't worr' iiboui bcinjr in other people's w a y w h e n you ar« j;ei-tinK on In vear^. Koep y o u r body in good condition and yon can he a,.s hale and hearty in y o u r o i d flays as* you were when ;L kid,* and every one w i l l i)u plud to see you. Tho k i d n e y s mid bliutdor* arc the o.auses of senile afflictions. Keep t h e m i d e a i i a n d i n proper working: condition. H»riv.: the poisonous wastes from the j !?st«m a n d avoid uric acid accumula- | tioni-'. Tak« GOLD M K D A L Haarlem Oil Music Instructor Here. ^lisa Ellen Oarlocks, recently elected teach of music by the school board, arrived in the city.this -morning. Tell the public through our classified j old, wife of Sheridan Giles, died yes- The cost is 1 cent a word, terday at her home on the Narrows. Funeral from the house Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock, with Rev. I. F. Barnes of Broad Ford, officiating. In! terraent in Mount Olive cemetery.) Mrs. Giles was born May D, R O U P Spasmodic croup is usually relieved with ' ...limiting Hnr^ains T You will find them in our" ad. columns. ficd and after settling \v:th the proprietor of the store. Lliu boys were released. . .Resigus as Sjtenograiilier. lliaa Nora Smith, formerly Hftdc Sergeant, Raymond Gorman. , sen of ISalti- j ^"1,7 ^^ ! ^!i' , feet w o r k i n c r order. You be enlivened, y o u r muscle more Ohio ICngineor George F. Gorman of Somerset has been appointed sergeant of supplies in tbe aviation I o" 0 .^'^ service at Kelly PIe!i3. i ° Thei-i/ -- j of H;uirlem · vour fa Banks Are Mi'l Tho Citizens National bank of Fay- 1 1867 "a I Eographer at the West Pcnn car barns j | Ona i 1, nd Anna !l " taken a I» sition w i th the Con- bine d r ette City and the Payeup City Nat- 1 Capsules" daughter of the late George and Anna Prinkey Henaol. She is survived by nellsrille Foundry Machine Steel : her husband and several brothers, in; eluding Wade Hensel of Loisenring Casting Company. Read the advertisements. have merged. Their ·esources are $3,206,000. or sale J A . l v . spirits will made stronff have once more the look one puarrvntecd ferand Oil Capsules. GOLJ .,. There arc m a n y fakes on th* . Be sur; you pet the Orij-inal MEDAI, Imported Haarlem Oil They arc the only reliable. jy all first-class druecistsr.-- Breakneck Woman III. ] s Seriously HI. ' »· Mrs. John Keefer is very ill at the j Mrs. Mary Sneddon' is serioasay UJ home of her son, Amos, at Breakneck, -at her West Side homo.

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