The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 15, 1918 · Page 17
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, April 15, 1918
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his father. is anrjnterne,. has recoyer- '.An Interesting and instructive ed, and; accompanied by_r.Ms mother "Federal" Government Jay will .return home Saturday. carrf»d"buf at the'/seDUSmontiilr nieetinsoJ. the -Woman's Culture club Miss'Mildred Colenian -sfod; now clerk in the offices pf hite yestwdar afternoon at'th'e home the Baltimore Ohio railroad. TST., Campbell is-risiting. .in J6 ataerinVKeci'orSfcottdale, was Papers were read "Our Senate and House o tires,"-Mrs. A. E. preine Court." Mrs.-~Biines:- ; Sites Elizabeth lightful selections.. During the busi- the..cttth decided to pay .:'!;:. K;;Carroll .Ieir:thi3;morn- Ch-er There." .-Miss' Marr. Kerrigan has to work 'after bVmg-ill tor. the past for" "tb.6 lunih"eon*^.erf ed By members THIS DAIJLY CUUKWSK, UOrNniEn^LSVIIJuE,- PA. TUESDAY,. APRIL 16,_ 1918. the farm ou nor.:], ;he : .engaged, in " : yesterday TSTlh'ejnaiu conducting the liberty Loan campaign. The cinb decided at a previous meeting to buy a liberty Bond- '-**-^* "S 11 meeting . to be' held Jionday afternoon, April 29th, at the home of Mrs. G. L. 'C. Richardson in South Pittsburg street, ..a. nominating committee -will be appointed, and at the meeting on May 13 the election of officers will take, y.^ace. TJie annual reception of the club will be held on May 27. " About sixteen" business.-"women met ·' last night-at-the-Red Cross headquar- · terejad spent tfie evening's'awtag.for. · th*-seldiers;-.--· ^ · - - -- . Mraj J.; Mel van, .Grey andf Mrs. 1. D. ; Sotsson Will-entertain the Martha J!or: ton;-.Bible'":class of the- Christian church Thursday .afternoon at .2.30 o'clock at Mrs- Grey's home, Greymont. South Pittaburg street. The regular-business meeting ol the W. C. T. U? will Tie held tomorrow ·· afternoon in the .Carnegie Free Library at 2:30 o'clock. · The Knft. and ;· Charleston": Comforts n Unit Braaca to the of the Navy League met. last night at the home oJ Mrs. James Connlff in Eighth street, Greenwood, . evening knitting spent sweaters the- and two weeks of grip. - · Bead- our -adVertisenfents.- TO FORT THOMAS Continued from Prvure One. of Latrobe, are three officers of the old "Fighting Tenth" who arc on fluty with the Hainbow division in France. ANOTHER FATETtfl! BOi' IN THE ItEftCtjUl ARMY. -Albert Hickle" of Fairchance, is another "Fayette bounty ·contribution to the.Kegular Army.-- -He enlisted^at the Pittsbgrg recruiting station; yijsterday.- DAVID P. LARIMER. David. Porter yan-Meder Larimer, 58 years old, one of-;1:be founders of the 'First Cfirist'ian cliurek at Perryopolis, and a trustee at the time of his death, died last nlght.ut his home at West Nowtoii, following: a brief illness of pneumonia; Funeral sen-ices!' Erom the house--Thursday- afternoon ! at 2.30 o'clock, with interment in W e s t j Newton, cemetery. Mr. Larimer waa ; ~" born in Rostrayer township, and alter , which he was ' the .coal busi- i colinty and I'.ei, alao opened large tracts, of caai land ] __, West Virginia. He resided at i ·~ ,3?erryjpolis at one time ted is widely*] . in ttiat coracnunuy. For 30: ii. was an elder In the Perry-1 "opons*-First Christian church, and a t ! the time of his death was president; of the First National bank of West; Newton, - and a member of the board ; of directors of the Union National | aiik at -McKeesport; -a member of the ; ipard of trustees of Bethany college ; and of B'.ythe Lodge No. 93,'F. A . 1 r. December 25th, 1SS4, lie married · Miss Minnie D. Patterson, wno with : he following children survive: A u - [ gustus P. Larimer-OL West Newton;! Vilfred P. Larimer, a private in the j layniastcr's department at the Priuce- i ton School of Aeronautics, and one : daughter, Mrs. James W. Carotbers! f West Newton. One sister, Mrs. D. !. Williams of Santa Barbara, Cal.. and four grandchildren also survive, i Vlrj Larimer retired from active busi- j .ess 10 years; ago. STUBdEOS '-'·" _-- KEST15G IS AiFS. "SVilliam Sturgeon, son of Dr. and Mrs. 'John D. Sturgeon of .Oniontown, and a son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hood of Corajellsville, is off to a recreation and recuperation center somewhere in the Alps for a seven- day rest, according to a (letter received by his parents. Sturgeon has once more been assigned to his company unit, after., having served as driver for the commander of his regiment for the past two mouths. ; socks .for the sailors. The nnit will raeet next Monday night at'the home of Mrs, Stanley Morris in Eighth street, Greenwood. Announcement has been made- of the : marriage of Miss Sarah Hiles, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hiles' of ' Fayette county, and Edwin D. Murray, son. of Mr. and Mrs.'John M. Murray of Lower Turkeyfoot township. Rev. ·' J. A. Simpson officiated. I. F. Van Nafcta, George Griffin, G. C. Leaplin*,' J.. 1C Mestrezat, "James List, Howard Moore and J. K. DH- worth will serve as ushers at the First Presbyterian church during the month. of April. The regular meeting-of, the Wom- · mil's-Benefit-association of the Mact-a- "bees will be held tonight In Maccabee iall;--- ':' - - . · · ·The regular meeting of the PrisciUa Sewing Circle will be held Friday afternoon, April 12, at the home of Mrs. "W. C. Means at Poplar Grove at which time'the'ladies will turn their attention to Red Cross sewing: A large . attendance is urgently requested. . The monthly meeting of the.JUartha Norton Bible class of the '·. Christian church will be held Thursday after-. noon at the home, of Mrs. J; JJelvin ; Grey. - -'; , T'^T ··- }'KF,D DAX1ELS HEE£ TO GREET-FIOENDS. Corporal Fred Daniels is home from Camp Hancock, Augusta,' Ga., on a furlough. - ' \TTTEELEU SOLDIER HEBE FROM CA3DP HANCOCK. - Tony Renock, stationed at Camp Hancock, AugNista, Ga., returned to camp today after spending a furlough at his home at TVheeler. FBA5K SHOWKAIf Frank Showm'an,. a member of Company D, llflffi Tlesimeol, statiohefi "at Camp Hancock," Augusta, Ga., is home on a furlough". · . ..MRS. MILLIB Z. HILfS. Mrs. Millie K. Hiles, 44 yc.ira ok!. [ wife of Henry L. Hiles, of near Dim-1 iar, died -last evening at her home it pneumonia and hcart v trouble, funeral tomorrow afternoon at 1.30 j'clock from the Hiles home at Potts- own and at 2 o'clock: from the Methodist Protestant church at Dunbar, with Rev. Theodore Darnell officiating. In- errnent In Mount Auburn cemetery. Mrs. Hiles, who was a daughter of S. Coffman of Dunbar, is survived by her husband, and the fololwing children: Mrs. Richard Sesler of Smith- Beld; Mrs. Maude Garland, Harry Hiles, Mrs. William Lefiner. and Mrs. John McManus, a'll of Dunbar; Kdgar, John and li-yrtlc Hiles, at home; her ather, two sisters. Mrs. S. A. Anderson of Dunbar; Mrs. O. J. Feather of SmithGeld and one brother, L. M. Coffman of Unioutown. PROF. J. M. LAYHCTB. Prof. J. M. Layhuc, city superintendent of the summer public schools, Washington, died April 10th. following five-days' illness of pneumonia. Prof. Layhue is a former wf.ll^known resident of Fayetto county. He received his early education at the Cal- . . . · ilrs. Edgar Oyster of Bedford: Pa., · was the guest-"Of. her'mother-in-law: : Xrs.MHartlia Cypher;.:of ,the~ -West Side,.Sunday. ":" ...:Z- The best place tb~»hop after att '· Brownell Shoe Co,-4't*f. i ·· The'-condition-it Mrs.'Mattie Richr ter, who has been ill at her home In Crawford avenue, West Side, for the past two weeks is improved. ."·'· ' .Mrs. J. C. WSldman of Gary, Ind., "was the'guest of her cousin, MisE ' Sarah Seaton yesterday. Mrs. "Wildman was called to Morgantown to see RALLY_ATDUNBAR 3Tass Meeting Called for This Evening mil. E. Clurdi. , A rally in the 'Interest: ot the third Liberty Loan held this evening in the Methodist Episcopal church at Dunbar, beginning at 7.30 o'clock. Speakers from Unlontown will talk on the loan. Chairman R. J. McGee announced this-afternoon. "We are going to raise our allotment of $42,000," Mr. McGee said "and then some." Halt of it has al- .ready teen' subscribed, he said. At the rally at tie plant ot the American Manganese company it was rcportod $14,500 had-been'raised among.the em- ploves,""of7. wEich-.If 6,000rira-r paid in ' ' " ' ' " " ""''' . Tonight's meeting., is-"ji«v .formally -launch- the canviisa- in;.- the outlying 'territory. - - - - :' · · CONNELLSVILLE -. "I-had »tom»ch··trouble for nearly -20'" "years,-- also constipation, which ·;filled my ,system with gas and fever -Ivcouldjnot do my work, and while I was "do-jrn sick, a lady from out 01 town sent me '"a"bottle of -Mayrta Wonderful Remedy,: which 1 , prjjved trnly "wonderful., i -hellere it ns, the bes mqdlclo.e.-.on earth i".- It:-is "a simple :htr UtwbKid-irhc- suffered'" the loss of j harmless' preparation that removes - his right hand when it was^caught In j the c at»rrhal mucus from the intes- 'a piece .of machinery. .Mrs^Wlldman tihal -tract and allays the inflatnma 'went to Pittsburg last alibi and from | tion which causes practically all stom there will return home. . ach, liver and intestinal ailments, in Vie all know a war going . c i u ding- appendicitis. · "One dose wil on, but'why not lirace up..and. dress^^ i C0 nvince or money refunded. 'A. A. up and forget our-troubles?... Dave j Clarke.--AdT. -Cohen, Tailor.---Ady. · Miss Maralloyd Stillwagon. who underwent an operation at St. Joseph's hospital, Pittsburg. several weeks ago, ·is Able to be out. : Miss .Isabelle" McMahon ot · TJnion- :town WBS^the-guost of friends here Sunday. Miss Anne White of West . Peach -- . r orTJniontov.-n, over Go to the Yough House Restaurant for your Wednesday supper. Chicken and waffles. Mrs. C, J.' Armstrong. -- Adr.-- 16-Zt Penn Minerd, little son of Dr. and For Infants and' Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always j Thereby r^ottn^esti«|Signatlirej jOBCfflitawii-itetw-g . / of In Use For Over Thirty Years Exact Copy of Wrapper. TMC OXNTAUII COMPANY, HEW VXHM CITV. CAMPAIGN FOR - T H I R D LOAN IS IN FULL SWING LIBERTY LOAN FLAG ifornia State Normal and at Valpar- room Continued from Pace Oue. seph Richey, A. C, Fite, Sue Means, Henry Hoffer anTi David Kauffman. W. E. Miller is chairman. ' ' · The folowinsr \vomen from the First Presbyterian church will serve lunch to the captains and their teams tomorrow at the Masonic temple: ! Kitchen committee--Mrs. W. R, Ken- j ucy, chairman; Mrs. W. L. Wright, Mrs. W. O. Schoonovcr. Mrs. J. L. Proudfit, .Mrs. Joseph McCounell, Mrs. William. Dull, Mrs. W. .A. Bishop, Mrs. J. A. Armstrong, Mrs. D. A. Dilworth and Mrs. William Beuscher Diping- also. After teaching several! terms in the Frnaklin township schocils he left tor the state of Washington, where he had since resided. MRS. MARY A. LITMAN. j Mrs. Mary A. Litman. 66 years old,] died yesterday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. C. Wnaley in Union- Mrs. -SVIrs. W. N. Leche, chairman; Paul Kamcrer, itrs. Robert Griinm, .Mrs. Catherine List, Mrs. J. Kirk Renner, Miss Sarah Allen, Mrs. Carl S. Horncr and Mrs. J. Raymond MestrezaL JOHN PIERCE. John Pierce, 84 years old, well known resident of Fayette county, died Sunday evening at the home of his son, Luther Pierce in Unlontown. He was born and reared near Fannington. -MRS. ETHBL M. SMITH. ._, , , . . Dies oJ Injuries. Lester Martin, who was injured in LET'S WIN ONE FOR CONNELLSV1LLE Teaching in High School. Miss Grace Vohr, a student of the School of Education of the University of Pittsburg,, is-.temporarily teaching L^tin at the high school, filling the vacancy, .caused by the death of Miss Sally McEwan. n ,, s the carpenter shops of the Republic j Bdaa Tborne, 12 years old,, is serf- works on last Saturday, died yester- j oasly iu wiUl pneumonia at the home day morning in the Brownsville bos- j ot hor grandmother, Mrs. S. E. pltal. The young man suffered a frac- ThorQC/ seventh street. West Side, tured skull and never regained consciousness. . , ' Tr* our classified advertisements. Mrs. Ethel M. Smith died Saturday afternoon at. her home at. Hopwcwd, following": an illness of pneumonia. Mrs.' Smith's father was killed six 'tjks ago in.the mines and she never fully recovered from the shock of his death/ - " . ·· ; CHARLB3 CKCIL STCNGER. Charles Cecii Stinger, oue'year and 11 ..months, old, son of Charles and Daisy Nicklow Stinger, dies yesterday at. the tamily-.iesidence en the Swangertawn road,: of pneumonia. F,uneral* tomorrow afternoon.', at 2 o'clock", Willl Rev. E. B. Burgess officiating.' Interment "In Hill. Grove cemetery. ~ JilKE PUREDO. Mifce Puredo, 10 months old, son of Mr; and Mrs. Mike Puredo of Elm Grove, died last night of whooping cough. The Phonograph Triumph MICKIESAYS BEERBOWER RESIGNS Manager of Monarch Compaay Store · Going Ifl Castle Shannon. C.-W". -Beeilbower has severed his connection with the Union Supply company after 17 years of faithful -service 'as 'store- manager-to-accept-a- 'simllar position with the Pittsburg Terminal company at Castle Shannon. For 'several years Mr. Beerbower has been: maTiager-qf, the^Union- Sup- ·ply company storcrat.:'M)onaT.c.h::..X)nr- ing his stay there".;Mrs.~iBe.eEbo'wef,' ! his wife, has been "an "active-worker,"' Mrs. Roy Minerd, who has .been. ULpf.J especially since the .beglnning"ot.-the measles at an^Erie hospital,- 'where,! ^; ^ r activities 6a£i£centered- pf r lateTta-the Red Crosa"and: otner-war' SISTER '_. POST fOASTIES Jtedeof Corn ,.. April 'JO; . l , daughter-.of.-Mr:', V..!'an'd"Mrs,TJ'..1L.Housel of Lincoln" are. ' nue, and I*rankl:a Clay Robertson,: i son. of Mr. and Mrs. James Roberstoh "-'-of- BTjacbley. street, were qtiietly^.mar- I ried at the Reformed church .parson-'. "; jasc on Sunday ever.iag'.byUhe. pastorT- " ~ ~ _ \ tended by^ Miss Ainna Housef.^sistei' of,-...and Gilbert Shiiite."' ·'."'-" f. OAUBIN' SlNS ON FENCES, /VN 1 BARNS AN' S1OEVIM-KS NkftN MA,\TE B6EN CONS\OtaEO ADVERTISING FORE THEN VMUZ. ANV NEWSPAPERS,BUT THEH'S NO excuse PER SUCH STUNTS ANN MORE, WITH THIS HERE ©BEAT PAMiVUN JOUWNOA. Team KBBS Airay. A team Belonging to Isaac Mitchell broke away yesterday at Ohiopyle when a telephone pole to which it was tied fell, due'tb haTrjng been rotted oft at the-base. ~0ne of the horses broke a jeg,and hajltto be )ciHed:_.In"e.b'ther. ^ ' :'jChfl " \0 AflVATfCE IK 1'RICF, P NEUMONIA Fintcallaphysician. Then begin hot application! of^ Let your ear decide what phonograph you really prefer. Hear them all---test and compare- -them.' We feel your choice will be The Brtinswick;, You will marvel at its .:· tone and, : ifio_W'faithfully it reproduces even the mellowest iones. Tones tliat other "pjionograp^is lose; , ,.'.:;-· . " Then".remember :tHs,:. The/Brunswick plays -all ·r'ecdrds.'.-' You are n : pt-limited ' · ' · · · to'One maKeivfth,'the Brunswick. It "-. ",'·· plays- all -recorfls--all,makes-^eqiially · well^^Tljis-'includes the faiuous Pathe. "'RecoiiS^/^^iwnbie-WQrld'.-pjE.'-musl'o- is at your commaii^-wltii The Brunswick. Gotne aKd-Kearyour-favoriteselections played on .The Brunswick. There's a musical treat in store for i 013^Reliable Piano^ealer. Anniversary Sale :C1ALS Muslin Underwear Specials Chemise made of fine Muslin, embroidery trimmed, sizes 35 to 44. Mill yrice today 70c. versary Sale price 50c. each. Corset Covers, · made of fine Muslin, embroidery and lace- trimmed, sizes 36 to 44. -Mill price today 70c. Anniversary Sale price 59c each. Drawers, made of fine quality muslin, embroidery and lace trimmed, all sizes. . Mill price today 70c. Anniversary Sale price 59c each. Gowns, made of fine quality muslin, embroidery trimmed, low neck and short sleeves, nizes 16 and 17. Mil! Price today fl.25. Anniversary Sale price 89c each. Special No. 1--10 do?.. Ladies' "Waists, made in fine quality Voile, both plain and striped, sizes 36 to -16. Mill price today 70c. Anniversary Sale price 59c each. fewelery, Hand Bags and Ribbons One lot of odd pieces of jewcl- iy, consisting o£ Combs, bar pins and other odd pieces, values up to 25c. Anniversary Sale price Sc each.- 300 Ladies' Strap Back and Bags, in patent leather, seal, and grain leather, silk lined, in all styles. Mill price today 75c. Anniversary price 49c each. 1,000 yards of fancy Sash and hair bow ribbon, 5*6 to 6 inches wide, in all the wanted colors. Mill price today 27^c. Anniversary Sale price 22'^c per yd. Specials 1,000 yards of light and dark . Percale. 3C inches wide, .in stripes and checks, all fast colors. Mill price today 25c. Anniversary Sale price 2}c per yd. 1,000 yards of black and white Calico in stripes, checks and fancy figures, 27 inches widc.4 fast colors. Mill price today 36%c. Anniversary Sale price 13',£c per yd. 500 yards of Silkaleen in fancy floral patterns, colors, rose, copen, pink light blue, and tan, 36 inches wide, fast colors. Mi!l price today 18c. Anniversary Sale price 32%c'pcr yard. Oar Waists Specials Special No. 2--10 doz. Ladies' Waists, made in fine quality Voile both plain and stripes high or low neck, sizes uG to .46. Mill price to-twy 75c. Anniversary Sale price 69c each. .-.Special No. 3--1 dozen Ladies' "Waists, made in fine quality Voile, high or low neck, sizes 36 to 46. Mil! price today $1.00. Anniversary Sale rriee 79e each. The HOME of QUALITY and SERVICE! 129fcTl33 N PlTTSBURG St.i CONNELLSVILLjSj? UGHT OAK tutttt Km U. S. SUmUnl JSeiso" on I "Will you accept one of our Regular 25c Cans of Chi-Namel Varnish FREE, and test its easy ^^ application, beauty and brilliancy your Furniture, Floors and Woodwork. DEMONSTRATION On the dates given below a factory demonstrator will exhibit and apply these, exquisitely colored,' self leveling varnishes and enamels. Come in. and see the magnificent effects produced at pin-money cost FRISBEE HARDWARE COMPANY, Connellsville, Pa. DEMONSTRATION APRIL 17-18. THIS COUPON is S 00 " 1 «« TM 25c Cm of Ou- iiAACJ \jVVVJ i, Vfil N«melVaml«hnponthep!irchase of one new 15c brush (merer/to insure a fair trial) durisgour CHI- NAMEL DEMONSTRATION. (Dates given above.) If larcer can is dcakoi,coupon will apply as25c against puniase price. Name Address When Tired and Nervous If the end of the day finds you weary or irri- table,-withachingheadandfrayednerves,youneed something to tone and strengthen the system. BEECHAM'S PILLS are a remedy which quickly helps hi restoring normal conditions. They act on the stomach, liver and bowels, and' so renew the strength, and steady the nerves A few doses of these world-famed family pills will Bring Welcome Relief Direction! of Special Value to Women are with Every Box 'Sold by, JruijgiiU throughout the world. · In bom, lOe, ZSe. MOTHER GRAY'S. POWDERS BENEFIT MAHY CHILDREN TbouDiDd« ot mothers hare found Mother GTS?'* Sweet rowdere nu excellent remedy for cUiloren complnintni;'or neol8Che, coids, .cvcr- ishnew, Blomsch' troubles anil bovffll irte«ul»ri- tlfts f rom whicb children suffer. They are c*sy , »D(1 ple.M«Ptto taJt« and taceilentrcanlla are 0.0 br their we. Uwlby-mattortfor SO dbylniBaUt»cvorvwhcce,a5ccm». Homer's

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