The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 15, 1918 · Page 20
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April 15, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 20

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afrw'wKn- TUESDAY, APRIL 16, -1918. THE DAILY CODRISR, CONNBL.LSVI1JJB, PA. PAGE FIVE. AT ML PLEASANT BRIEFLY REATED Two Members of Board of Health Tender Their Resignations. SOLICITOR IS ASKED NO QUIT Council- Wants Man at Home So That He Can Be on Hand When deeded; S.eirer TappUijr Problem Discussed; Large "umber 01 Books -Vie Packed. Special to Th«i Courier. JET. PLEASANT, April 16.--At a special meeting of council last evening the resignations of Dr. J. W. JBhelar and M. A. King as members of the Board of Health were received. These gentlemen will be asked to serve at ieast until a regular council meeting. . Both are valuable members of the Board of Health and council does not want to lose them. A motion was made that Solicitor .Ralph. Hurst be asked for his resignation, as .a man-at home is needed so that matters that the council wish legal advice on may be taken up with him without so much delay. 'Members of the sewer coranuuee reported that tfyy only persons on the east of town in the township who had paid to enter the sewer were Charles Wible and Ben Bitner. Messrs. Lewis, Stout, Speiker and Weaver, who have entered and are asked to come before Council at the next regular meeting and show cause. Hag Pole Raised. At 4 o'clock on Sunday afternoon there was a flag pole raising at St. Joseph's church. Father John Hackett,' Stephen, Arktwrlghi ar.d James McGee made addresses. The flag, which was a beauty, was raised by Miss Ellen Donnelly. , »00 Books Packed. Nearly 500 books were packed at tee sample room of the National hotel last evening to be sent to the soldic.\ and sailors. Very few books had to le discarded. Other S'otes. Miss AUie bong of Jnew Stanton. was vlsiimg here yesterday. Mrs. Joseph Latin, of Connellsville, is the guest of -Mrs. John iluilin. Miss Annie Galley, Mrs. Kirk Bryce and Miss Irene Husband spent yesterday in Scottdale. Mrs. C. Condre spent yesterday with Connellsville friends. Miss Ella Harbak spent yesterday with Connellsville friends. tank, at · the end of the new bridge has been newly; painted and presents' a neat appearance. Mrs. A. V. Moore- was calling on frienils tn Connellsyille Monday. 'iMrii. James Meehon visited friends at Florence. Sunday. A number of Da-wson friends attended the funeral of Charles Strobel at West Is'ewton Monday. Mrs. J. C. MeGill is the guest today of Mrs. James Hurst, Scottdale. Mrs. Thomas Mclntyre visited her sister, Mrs. Martin Hassbn. Connells- viUe, Sunday. HIS OWN STORY HOLDS A THRILL Well-Jinown Flttsbnrger is Qualified to Speak for XnJUtnde. K. C.'Byers, of 347 Pearl street, a well-known Pittsburg butcher,, says: j "[ had constant spells-of choking j and coughing because, at the. secre- j tioas of mucus in my nose and throat. j which i eventually swallowed as I !;slept and which finally affected my stomach. I would wake four or five times a nighi because of the choking sensations. Rarely did I ever get a night's rest. ·'When 1 decided to take a .remedy a friend sai4; 'You will not make a mistake if you try Tanlac.' I believed him. I bare uued two bottles and Taniac.has. helped me so much that 1 just want to tell every one what it 1 had done for me. My catarrh lias practically gone entirely. I sleep much better and my sense of taste and smell that were badly affected have improved wonderfully. My appetite, too, has come back and I feel like I could eat eight or nine times a day. The pain over my eyes and in' other parts of my head has disappeared. I get up in the mornings with a clijar head, and not all stuffed j up and dizzy as formerly," I Tanlac is now sold here by the Connellsville Drug Co. Tanlac can also be secured in Dunbar 'at D. C. Bason's Drug store.-Adv. In One Nip, While You Sleep,; Mnstarine Ends Sore Throat, Cold on Qest, Pleurisy Tain and "Ache Killer on £:»rth--Xeujalgia, Backache, Headache Go ]n 6 3Dnutes ox for 25 Cents The minute you rub on Mustarine for any pain, ache or soreness you'll know that aJl the misery and agrony has started to go. It is very penetrating-1 and won't blister . . ( Any druggist anywhere, will recommend it; praise It; g-uurantee it. He f will tell you tha.t a 2$ cent box ot this j wonderful disco very £j\v ill do tJie work I of 50 mustard plasters. · TonsUltls, bronchitis, pleurisy and deep-seated coughs g"o over night. Khcumatic sufferers joyfully prrUs* it for .the way it speedily stops the agony and reduces the swollen joints. BcffV's MiiHttfrine Is the original; mustard plaster substitute .made oc : good, honest, iy«How mustard--(not \ cheap substitute)--combined. with | other pain destroyers and is highly | recommended by many physicians to j reduce the swelling of gout. 'After all other remedies -have faUefl thousands have overcome the misery caused by sore, burning: feet, corns, bunions and callouses.- Use Mustarine for chilblains and frosted feet, but be sure It's Begy's in the yellow box.--Adv. ' ' ' Indian Creek. WALK ERECT . , AT EIGHTY Because a. man or woman Is old does not mean that they mu.-n wjvik alonpr h*nt over and supported witii a cane. A man can be aw vigorous and healthy at eighty an at twenty if he aids the organs of the body in performing their Junctions. All diseases whether of a malignant or weak character tend to t-;ar away our vitality. You m.utrt counteract disease in its incipient stage if you would live a happy and USSLU! loos Ife. GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Cap T /aales. a 200-year-old preparaiion thut la "used all over the world, contains soothing' oils combined with tttrengthsriving: and system-cleaning herbs. These capsules are a prescription and have been and are still beimr usd by physlclsuj:* in daily practic- They have proven their merit in relieving back- aehe. Kidney and bladder crmplalnts and all ailments artelnp from an excess of uric acid in the system . GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules are sold at all reliable drusffi^ts. They lire guaranteed to do everyrhIns as claimed or money rfunded. Don't be misled by false imitations. ILook for GOLD MEDAL on every hox.--Adv. Dawson. DATVBON, April 15.--Lost-r Shallenberger was a Bawson caller from Owensdale Monday. " James Chambers and Rudolph Light, formerly of town -hut now ol Youngstown, O., were calling OQ their mat.y friends Sunday. Lloyd Brower is moving, his, family [rom town to Dickerson Eun. Mrs. A. P. Rushton is visiting relatives in'New Castle. Mike Grosingcr of McKees Rocks, was a recent caller: The Pittsburg Lafce Erie is busily fllVmg ashes in at the end of.the new bridge just back of the station. TMs will be good news to the auto drivers as it was a hard pull to get through the granulated slag, many of them stalling before reaching · the /bridge. Mr. and Mrs. Charles McGill visited Mends in Lower Tyrone Sunday. The Pittsburgh Lake Eric water INDIAN CRBBK, April 15.--Hiram Connor -wits a business caller in Connellsville. George 'Warrick from Rogers' Mill, was a business caller in Connell."ville. V Tom Krush from \Rogcrs' lull, 'spent over Sunday witi his family in ConneUsville. Frank SJteindl and Ptank Kooser were Conuellsviile marketers today. J. W. .Barger from Indian Head, was transacting business in Connellsville and Uniontowm. Horace Tedrow was a business c*ll- er here. The Indian Creek Valley railroad passenger train missed conebtion with train. No. 43 this motning, about 15 passengers being compelled to walk to Cunnellsville. A. "W. Xichofson from Dickerson Run, spent over Sunday .. with his family at Mill Run. Miss Cathryn May, from Mill Run, spent today here among friends. Bngine No. 3 of the Indian Creek Valley railroad was taken Jo the Baltimore Ohio shops at Connellsviile for repairs today. Baltimore' Ohio plasterers are doing some repair work in the Baltimore Oiiio depot here. DRUGGISTS HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS KIDNEY MEDICINE I have carried Dr. Kiimeijs Swamp- Rooi in my stock of drugs for the past 15 years and have always looked upon it as one of mj-'most staple remedies and in cases where such a medicine is required I have not hesitated recommending Swamps-Root. My customers are ivcll pleased with the benefits obtained from, its use and I certainly believe it is worthy of these favorable remarks. Very truly yours, WM. C. VINCENT, Druggist. 996 Bedford, Ave. July 2Sth, 1917. . Brooklyn, N. Y. 1,ettcr t o , . Dr. Kilmer * O., TroTo fflmt Swamp-Root Will Do For lou. j Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer Co., i Braghamton, N. Y., tjor.-a Simple size, bottle. It will convince anyone. YofT will also receive a.booklet of valuable information, telling about, the kidneys j and bladder. When ·writing, be sure I and mention The'Connellaville Daily Courier. Medium and "large size bottles for sale at all drug stores.--adv. (FLAG COUPON) HOTY YOU CAN GET A SPHBYDID F1AG FOR LITTLE JKOT/F. All that is necessary for yo? to do is to clip the coupons and bring or send them to.The Daily Courier office with. $1.49 and the beautiful Flag is yours. Description--The flag is 8 i--t long by 5 feet wide; rainproof and sunproof American bunting--absolutely faat colors. Stripes'sew- ed, double stitched. Has strong canvas heading and metal gromments. This Sx-B Foot Flag for « Coupons of ComecutiTe Dates »nd »1.49 Cash. Note:--If ordered by Mail add lOc for packing and postage. CLIP THIS FLAG COUFOlf TODAr ! and, with required cash for Flag send to Flag Department THE DAILY COURIER 12!) 1-2 If. Crawford ATC-, CONSELLSTTLM, PA. Name- Street or R. F. D. No- Town State. The -Third Liberty Loan Campaign is now open. The allotment for Fayette County is ap- proximatefy $3,700,000. On April 12th Lieutenant Perigord of Prance 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 vraists 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 wiH have during this season. In other departments, 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. ·3 Large Department Stores, Located in Fayette, Westmoreland and Allegheny Counties. Kef using .to Buy liberty Bonds Is One Way of Aiding the Kaiser. The Third Liberty Loan Campaign Is the Battle of Stay- at-Homes. Many Women will Welcome the News of Our Specialized Service in Stylish Stout Indeed to many stout women it will be a revelation to learn that here they may select Suits, Coats and Dresses with the same smart style disctinction as her more slender sisters. Special care has been taken in the selection of outer-garments as well as undergarments in stout and extra large sizes. So if you are not of stout build yourself pass this good news along to someone who is. The STYLISH STOUT SUITS Models that reflect the genius of the foremost designers: of women's apparel, season's most popular materials and colors fully represented* at · . . . . $19.75, $25.00, $27.50 up to $59.5O STYLISH STOUT COATS Designed for women who demand smart stylish Coats at a reasonable price. $15, $18.75, $25.OO up to $45.OO STYLISH STOUT DRESSES Beautifully designed to meet the requirements of "stout women." Whatever your preference may be in a dress we are certain we can please and thoroughly satisfy you. Priced $12.75, $16.75, $19.75 up to $45 "Mildred" Stout and Extra Size Muslin- The Best Made For Stout Women ·wear Gowns $1.25 up Envelope Chemise ,$1.50 up I Drawers 89c up Skirts $1.00 up Electric Brand House Dresses Stouts and Extra Sizes $1.50 to $2.95 W. B., Nemo, R. G. Stout and Extra Size Corsets $2.00 up to $10.00 Extra Size Bungalow Aprons $1.00 up Extra Size Waists 46 to 54 $2.95 to $10.00 Women's loit Underwear Extra Large Sizes GAUZE VESTS 25cUp JCN'IT VAXTS 59cUp SUITS SOcUp Extra Size Brassieres 46 to 54 69c to $2.50 Women's Extra Size Hose 39c, 69c and up DRINK H A B i T i RELIABLE HOSE TREATMENT.. { The Qrrine treatment for breaking; up the Drink Habit can be used with absolute confidence. It destroys all desire for whiskey, beer or other al- cobolic stimulants. If you fail to get j results from Orrine, your money 'will j be refunded. « ! Orrinb No. 3, secret treatment; No. i 2, voluntary treatment, Cosis $1.00 a j box. Ask for booklet, COJWELIiSYDLLE »BUG COMPANY,W. Crawford Avenue. ··Vf®S®$^®^^ | Classified Ads. | | One Cent a Word. Wor Tri-Stafe ,",J3. Bell Si'2. A2O) LOXG JJISTASCE MOFISGS. Bcsideuue 101 Baas Are., COKXKLLSVILLE, PA. W. W. Giotfdty 1 PATRONIZE HOME MERCHANTS WHO ADYSETISS IN THIS PAPEB 'CAP"STPBBS "CAT" IS SO SLACKEB By EDWDfA (jvLjHJvr"Yoo"Cftp-r.So£»6R-.s 'b SOWER *w HOUR NOW ,__ WHE/V ye orr THRU./) * OP THEM 1Wtt*et A R B« rv*- WHEN VOU-VE ,-* i TH«EE JVORTH OF L o TH- -REST or -en, M5, AN UOWT TTAME IT HO CUM BACK, NO

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