The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 15, 1918 · Page 5
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April 15, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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MONDAY, APRIL 15, 191S. PALL,* cocrarxR, coNNELLSYiLiiE, PAGE NEWS OF THE DAY TUBERCULAR DISCARDS AT ML PLEASANT TMl THE A$MY WILL BE BRIEFLY RELATED TM PRO^ATTENTION National Anti-Tnbercnlar Association ' ,. and Red" Cross' Will Follow Up ' Question ot Taping Sewers j Cases of yitn Rejected. Comes Before Council ] Pians have been completed for giv- [ This Evening. in S proper/care to .members or pros-' CHARGF vunnuc psctivc members of the United States' Army "who are found to be tubercu-! 11 PRflTFSTFn ! Ious - Tne TMrgeon general's office has i 10 1IWILJILU j de i egatad tht . National Association for ! ! the Study and Prevention o£ Tuber- Ked Crut,s Oraaniztr Continues Her -' jlosis to receive .the lists ot names Work Araoas tlie Churches, form-, ° E ?" m TM thus TM 3eC " d either by ,_ ,. ' . . draft boards or after the man have inp a Lnltcd Brethren UnJt: SocinJ tlnb Giving Concert to Jiabe fond. Special to The Courier. -MT. PLEASANT, April 15.--Mrs. S. C. Stevenson, chairman of the Unit committee of the local Red Cross reached training, quarters and before they have completed their probationary period and become full-fledged soldiers or sailors. These names will b e , forwarded from the association's headquarters here to the state anti-tuberculosis Chapter, organized a unit at the Unit- and public health agencies and Red Brethren church yesterday after- j Cross offices nearest the men's homes. noon. .Mrs. ji. A. King was elected chairman and -Mrs. Jesse S, Mullm. secretary and treasurer. CluU Plans Concert. The Tl'a Pig .Ma Saw club of the First Ward school will give a concert in tho Re-Union Presbyterian church on .May 3rd. The First ward school will adopt a French war orphan and for this purpose :t must raise $35. It will give the concert and he assisted by students fiom the different rooms. be 15 cents. The admission will The local agencies will follow up all such cases and see that they get the care which will not only effect a cure of the men themselves whenever possible, but will protect their families and neighbors from infection. The association has alto compiled from the records of the tuberculosis sanatoria of the country a list of names of all recent male inmates of draft age. This data is forwarded to the training camps and is used in weeding out those with a history of the disease. Pasj-es Army Tests. ! » In the meantime the local cooper- Francis J. Steinde'l of this- place, i ating agencies, at the request of the who was in training at San Antonio,' National Association, are assisting the Texas, with the ordnance corps, has ' draft boards in their sections in weed- completed his training and passed forcing out suspected tuberculosis cases, a non-commissioned officer in 'he ord- ' For the men who do not develop the nance department. Will Consider Sewer Problem. A special council meeting will be held this evening to take the matter up of persons outside the borojgh entering the borough sewers. At a recent meeting the borough council decided thai a fee of $40 should be charged. Some are averse to paying disease in recognizable form until j after they have passed their probationary period the government is pro( viding sanatorium care in government j hospitals in various parts of the country- For those who are rejected by exemption boards and at camps as "not in line of duty," the association is agitating an increase in civilian this sum but still wish to enter, and | hospital facilities of at least 50,000 it seems some have entered without 1 beds. paying. The matter will be taken up ! How important and extensive fol- and an effort will be made to collect 540. Home From Camp. Clifford Fox. son of ilr. and Mrs. Lyman Fox, in training in A abama, is home on a furlough. Mr. Fox was a student at Findlay college and enlisted there. Tisitinc Her. Husband. , Mrs. Meade MulvehiH, who his been the guest of her parents, Mr. a:id Mrs. John C. Gemmell, has gone to Dallas, her husband, Lieut. member of an Texas, to join Mulvehiil. who aviation corps. Personal. Mr. and Mrs. Fred King of New Kensington, are guests of friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Al Dullinger ai.d family ot Mutual, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Dullinger. low-up work is this may be seenj frcm the fact that already from 1 j to 3 per cent of the men who reach | the training camps, having passed ! their origin,-!' exam nation, are later i rejected on uni of tuberculosis. j Confluence. CONFLUENCE, April 15.--M:ss .Vettie Maust spent Sunday at her home in Meyersdale. Thomas Connaty, a sailor on the U. S. ship Virginia, is hero spending a few days with bis wife,- who was formerly .Miss Ida .McDonald. Joseph Humbertson, of Markleysburg, was here on his way 10 Union- ton on business. ·Mr. and Mrs. Paul Anderson of Somerset, who were visiting Mrs. Tie Third Liberty Loan Campaign is now open. The allotment for Fayette County is approximately $3,700,000. On April 12th Lieutenant Perigord of France will speak at the West End Theatre. He is loaned by the French Government to the Liberty Loan Committee; he has been decorated six times for bravery'in action, and has been wounded four times. He has seen much active service. On the 18th there will be a public meeting, likely on the Court House lawn; Sousa's wonderful band of New York will be in attendance; James Francis Burke of Pittsburgh will be among the speakers. Every man, woman and child in Fayette County should buy a Liberty Bond. We believe the Fayette County subscriptions will run over five million dollars. The Union Supply Company are offering during this entire week some very dainty styles in women's and misses' shirt waists and skirts. The variety is large, the styles are very unique, and the prices reasonable. It is the second spring shipment and they are the choicest styles we will have during this season. In other de- pan ments, such as hosiery, underwear, gloves and neckwear, we are receiving new styles daily. The stocks are at their best--now is the right time for spring shopping. 63 Larse Department Stores, Located in Fayette, Westmoreland aad Allegheny Counties. 61.50 Pure Silk Hose | $1.39 P n o e n i x f u l l fash ioned thread silk hose, in khaki, new grey, brown, tan, black and White, a!, $1.39 the pair. 75c Silk (P^EIJf B?.;:·"'·.'« i-uir iats- CTf\OK-'" .^*^: 59c 1HE BIG STORE 'Women's pure silk gloves, double finger tips, sizes, Mack or while, the pair 5Bc. Follow the Crowds to the Millinery Department. Prettiest Styles and Varieties to Select From--Speci- . ally Featuring The Big Store "Leader" Hats at Our Clever "Wonder" Hats at 4.95 $6.5O Erery one n \"rr Summer Model that would sell rpgnlarlj- for S2 to $4.00 more. There are Picture Hals with facings of crepe and flower trimmed, stunning Liseres in black and black and white geous silk here are Picture Hals with facings of crepe and flower trimmed, stunning Liseres in black and j white ef-'ecls. new suits Hats in Poke and Sailor shapes. Picturesque Floppy brim styles with geor- i [ : facings. Many new styles to choorfe from and no two alike. ] MICKIE SAYS "HELP*. ovrVms HERE "N SACK OFF6N N\e SESrOftS \ CROAK-l AN 1 , BV HEVC, \ BET THE NEX.T cjrUV V*JOT WANT: TO TRADE POTATOES, ER AWTHIN' ELSE ON ws .aiPT\ON IS CrOlM 1 TO OlT BEANED V\HTH THE. Flatwoods. |Lizzle Townsend; i Jordon. librarian, Walter FLATWOODS, April 15.--The Fan- i cy.work Society of Star Junction was ' .Miss Lillian Ramsay has gone to I Anderson's mother, Mrs. Howard Ley- ; e ;, tmailu . d Thursday afternoon, April WILL LECTURE HERE Camp Lee to visit friends. Ohiopyle. OHIOPYLE, April 15--Mr. a:id Mrs. William Bryner are the guests of relatives at and near this plac«'. vniliam Brady spent Saturday evening calling on Connellsvilie friends. Miss Ella Schaeffer returned to Ohiopyle Saturday after the past several months -spent in Pittsburg. Arthur Bailey of Scottdale was a visitor here Saturday. Miss Alice Jackson returned to her home here Saturday after a short visit spent in Uniontown. Miss Celectie Lindeman of Victoria sfient Saturday shopping in tcwn. Mr. OrndorfT who has be.en in Baltimore, Md., the past several months is visiting in Ohiopyle. Mrs. Richard McClain and daughter of Connellsville are the guests of relatives here for a few days. Mrs. Mary Skinner and son JlantiaU of Glenwood passed through town Friday evening on their way to Fort Hiil to visit relatives. Rev. Trimmer of Confluence is spcndinn a few days in Ohiopyle. dig. a few days, have gone to Pittsburg to visit friends. Prof. B. T. Frayon has ie;urned from a business visit to Pittsburg. ·Mr. and Mrs. }. L. Bv.rnworth and two sons, Kugene and Kenneth, went to Cumberland Saturday, to visit friends. The residence of L. J. Holliday. recently purchased from Lloyd Kurtz, is 4, by Mr.-. M K. Town^cnd in her · American. Uho Saw Scnice in Frenoli horn". Thi following officer? wtri- Army. Will Hi- at High Scbool. Rocder, 1 elected: I'rci irteut. Mrs. R. C. Pfcr- ! bower; vice president, .Mrs. D. M. Gra: ham; «ecret.uy. Mrs. Jaim. c Carr; as- I Mstant secretary, Mrs. J. H. K n o x ; {treasurer, Mr:-. Arcbie Smith. Tuu.se present were Mrs. H. C. Beerbower, Mrs. D. M. Graham. Mrs. J. B. Knox. Mrs. James C.irr, Mrs. Archie Smith, being moved to the lot adjoining the , witem Short, Mrs. M. F. UweU, Lutheran church on Oden street. I B _ ^ ta M r s _ ^ Jlllam Es . whercjt will be used as a Parsonage. Jacob N c K m y e r of star Contractor J. \*. Clouse is doing the j Jun " ctio ' n . ,,,.., G M i l | w a r d i ,,, work. Mona Fitchtner and iitUe I^avernc Pichtner who were in Cincinnati, 0., | Philadelphia: .:rs. II. Lowther, .Mrs.! ! William Armf.rong, Mrs. 0. S. Blair ! George M Rocder, an American biudent vrlio has been, ia active service in France since the beginning of Lbe war, vriil givo a lecture in Lho high school auditorium on Friday, April 19, under the aut.plep.a of t h e i Conncllsvillo chapter of the Red Cross. He wiU demonstrate :he use of various instruraenta oC war which he carries with him. Roeder was among those spirited Americans who organized the American Ambulance In France. With Section Number 2 ho .SAW arduous scrv- Purposeful Formula Senreco's formula. Is not "jnst ft little of thta and ft IHtle of that." It was devised with a definite object in The object waa to product £ footh paste possessing medicinal as well as cleansing properties -- a real cleanser that could be depended upon to remove tartar and keep mouth and fjumc healthy. Th6 Ideal defined, our laboratories Bet about to determine the proper combination to produce It, Sen re co Is the result. It has been trlcfl, testd end pronounced good, by" hundreds of the profession. Try a tube. A single tube will prove CTcry claim. Will show why thoa- autds today nse and demand Sen- reco -- and are satJsflod "with nothing less. All druggists and toilet counters. Large 2 02. SENRECO-Cmcinnati -IF YOU HAD * NECK AS LONG AS THIS FELLOW. AND HAD SURE THROAT : and Mrs. C. T Davidson, Perryopolls, i for several months, have arrived at | ^ ^ t u Bycrs the r home here. , charlcs Hutton hag moved , )ack (0 tu^dTo'thS h^e^TorS^ ?- °7 »«"»%"""· * "-"7*" «Y i mand-of his section and ^.r.?^ TM' ^ ' '- ·"^^"^ ' " -TM « "" -" " ovcri '" t h o Mrs ' Gcorge B ' ; ice along the entire Western front from Alsace to Dunkirk. Roeder was ! attached to the French armies tn com- , h( war Eases Quickly When You Apply i a Little Musterole. n fl!fhtlu B ° in( , ladi Shaffer house. H. Speicher, who enlisted In the i army about one year ago and who has I k . boen . k been in camp at DCS Momes, Iowa, for _ anmet ,. * ,,_, . ,, * ,M O ,,, i,. several months, has returner! there' afier a several days' visit with his par- I for some days past, is now clle 10 be out again. ents, Mr. and "Mrs. Jonas Speicher. i MiHon Allison and family have mov- here. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mindn were visitors in Connelisville. Sherman Paidley, wlio just recovered from a severe attack of pneumonia. I at Franlz hospital, has returned to again. ' hts home near Hum.bert. ( cd from the Charles Hutton bouse to the Hickman house, near Jackson. Paul Luce, who has b.een laid up for some days by being kicked on the leg by a borso, is now able to be out the battle of the Marne, Pcrtat a Mousson, Verdun, Vans, Douaurnont, etc. His description of experiences under all sorts of shell-fire and ga-i attacks is thrilling. For conspicuous bravery he was one of the first few Americaob to receive the French "*Var Cross. Ohiopyle. T O N S I L I K E WOULD QOICXLTRfLIEVE IT. 15^ Mi-Mr. Hnpmi r,tTM,JL ! f\-j]]i am ^[cKce housp to the Robert April showers wash and clc-an old ; Dunn house at Bucna Vista, mother Earth of Winter's serins and The- Fl;*Uvoods Baptist. Sunday impurities. HoUister's Rocky Maun- · school was organized on March 31 Tor tain Tea does the same thing for your \ the coming year with Lhe following of- atomach, bowels, · * * . . . . cleans you through QHIGPYUC, April 13.--J. A. Irwin of Pittsburg, arrived here Friday to \Valter Jordan has moveci from the . H p en i a few days at his home. j And Musterole won't blister I old-fashioned mustard plaster. Just j spread iL on with your fingers. It pene- to the sore spot with a genUe loosens the congestion and draws ouf the soreness and pain. Musterole is a dean, white ointment made with oil of mustard. It is fine for quick relief from sore throat, bronchitis, tonsilitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, headache, congestion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago, pains and aches ol the back or joints, sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chilblains, frosted feet, colds on the chest (it often prevents pneumonia). Nothing liice Musterole for croupy children. Keep it handy for instant use. 30c and 60c jars; hospital size $2.50. PATEONTZE HOME MERCHANTS WHO ADVEETISE IN THIS PAPEE. Miss May Rafferty and mother have returned home, after a visit with Uniontown and Mount Pleasant relatives. Helen Horton of Connelr«vi!le, and through, a thoroughly Spring remedy, 35c. Tea blood--purifies, j ncors: Super ntend-enl, M. E, Town- . visiting relative* here for a few days. ' s e n d who starts his 15th consecutive, "Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hall o-f Con- or Tablets. 1 Adv. Connellsville Drug Co.-- .Try Otrr Classified AJs. One cent a word is all they cost. year as superintendent; assistant sup- eriatendent, Rabph l/inclerman; secretary. Eciythe Johnston; assistant secretary, Anna Grace McBurney; organists. MI.-s Esther Johnston, Miss Helen Armstrong, Miss Olivo Jordon, .Mrs. ncJlsvillc, are guests of relatives here. Adolph Abbey of Donora, is calling on friends here. W. A. Richards o/ Somerset, was P business caller here Friday. Patronize those who advertise. BELL-ANS Absolutely Removes Indigestion. Druggists refund moneyjfjt fails. 25c (FLAG COUPON) HOW YOU CAS GKT A SPLBMHD FLAG FOE IITTLE HOKEt. 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