The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 17, 1918 · Page 5
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April 17, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17,191S. :THE! DAILY COURIER, CONNBLLSVILLE, PA. iGE BTVB. iWEWS OF THE DAY AT MT. PLEASANT BRIEFLY RELATED .(Chairmen of Red Gross Units Confer on Community Project. CO-OPERATION OF ALL IS SOUGST CAMOUFLAGE,COAT AS IT 'IS FOU3TD TS TABIS. John Christopher. Employed at Stand- *tf StaMes, is hi Hospital With a : Fractured SUnll as Kcsalt of Being j Kicked by Horse; Personal Notes,i Special to Tha Courier. MT. PLDASAST.-April IT.--A meeting was held o( the chairmen of the various Red Cross units with the o£- . fleers at the Red _Cros's ir. the Bank. j:buildins. The objecd o£ tfie meeting was .,to have all. the units .come into the Comunity Fund, and with this object in view a: set of rules was''drawn up and presented! The units which "wish to toe helped from this community fund must comply with the rules set forth at the meeting. Membership cards were given and all units wishing to be helped from the community fund must sign these cards and have them in the secretary's hands not later than next Tuesday. A judiciary committee, with Misses Mary Hitchman, .Mary Arkwright and Anna Galley as the members,' has been named to look after any disputes arising from any source relative to allotments or inspection. cf finished 1 ·articles. A number of the units have already signed 'the cards and turned them into the secretary, Mrs. John .Madden. Kicked in the Head. .. John Christopher, aged 47 years, employed at tee Standard stables;-is in the Memorial hospital suffering with a fractured skuil. Christopher, -who has been employed around the' stable for some time, was "looking after the horses when one of. ihem kicked him. There is hope for his «recovery at the hospital. lr. Marsh Improving. .. Friends of Dr. W. A. ^larsh, who underwent an operation it the Me- ·morial. hospital on Monday, will be pleased to learn that he is improving. i James 3farJu Here. James Martin of Cleveland. 0., is here visiting friends. Although Mr. Martin is 83 years old he is able to vread'and write without wearing glasses and walks without a cane. Mr. Martin, -who is a carpenter by trade, worked at his trade until be came to visit, and when he return. 1 ; home 'will take up his. work again. Other Sews. Mrs. D. H. Stoner and Miss Mary Trout of Greeasburg, represented Perry opolis. When Itching Stop* PRRYOPOLIS, April 16.-John | ^^ is me safe,dependable treatmeut Thorpe of Monessen and Miss Bvarc " ' tna t relieves itching torture and skin irri- Thorpe of California Normal school i^^on almost instantly and thatcleanses spent the week-end here with their '' a nd soothes the skin. parents. | Ask any druggist for a 35c or $1 bottle Allen Downs of Connellsville was of zemo and apply itas directed. Soon a business caller in town Monday. ^ou win find that Edward ^estraii entered the Uniontown hospital Tuesday for treat- ; A Kt $ e zemo _ flj e penetrating, satisfy- cient. ij n g liquid, is oil that is needed, for it Mrs. William Armstrong was a banishes most skin eruptions.andsaaKes Conncllsville caller Tuesday. i«nc skin soft, smooth aTM 1 ,"*?'.? 1 ';' Mrs. Guy Martin visited relatives T" tVW. Rose Co., CM**A O. i at Bellevernon Monday, j Br[ght eycs ; c | ear ^viexto*. vim, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer | Skiles were j vigor and torce | r all indicate perfect Charleroi caller Monday. . .health; without it you are handi- i David Larimer, a former resident ', capped in 'the race of life. Take Holof this place, died at his home at | lister's Rocky jMountain Tea- each West Newton Monday. His funeral will take place Thursday. Interment ! in "West Newton. week and keep up with the live ones. 35c. Tea or Tablets. Drug Co.--Adv. Connellsville The camouflage coat has arrived in Paris. This is the garment as it was seen recently in the Bois de Boulogne. SOUR STOMACH Hl'O-DB Flits the Stomach in rise; Sha])*- in Five Xinutes. If your stomach is continually .kick- 1 lug up a. disturbance; you feel bloated ; and distressed; if you belch KH.S and [ sour food into the m o u t h , then you need , Mi-o-na Stomach Tablets, i Mi-o-na stomach, tablets uive i n s t a n t ; relief, of course, but. they do more; xhey · drive out Ihe poisonous gases t h a t ! cause fermentation of food und t f i o r - | oughly clean, renovat* and s t r e n g t h e n the stomach so that it can readily di- greft food w i t h o u t artificial aid. T»[i-o-na stomach tablets are SUCTCJI- teed to end indif?"Ption, acute o r - c h : « n - ic; or mon-;y back. This* means that nervousnesj!, di7.zine.s8 and biliousness %vill disappear. Druggists everywhere and A, A. Clarke Pel! Mi-o-na.--Adv. Indian Creek. ! INDIAN CREEK, April 16.--Mr. 'and Mrs. IL. Otto of Jones Mill are We^mweWd "coun£°at menUng'of j calling on ConnellsviHe friends. the trustees of western Pennsylvania, ! Charles P - Now:el! of MlU Run 1S held ID Pitc^nrrgh, Mrs. Maude "W'ardiey oC Coanells- Tillc, ic the'guest of her sister,. Mrs. John B. Goldsmith. JJEss Violet Crosby has returned to take up her duties as ^ nurse in hospital, Pittsburg, alter lieing at tier home here ill for several weeks.-. · Mrs. Paul' Hammer and baby of Greensburg, are the guests of Mrs. William Bowers ot East -Main street. DAUGHTER GAVE AGO) MOM j transacting business in Connellsville today. « Mr. and .Mrs. Charles Rose of Rog- i ers Mill ai'e spending tod:iy in Con- \ neilsville. . · j Harry Sparks of Rogers Mill is j "business visitor in Connellsville: Mrs. William. Turner cf Connellsville spent a few days at the Killerney Inn. Mrs. Elmer Hayman left for Uniontown today to - visit her father. A. B. j Kern, who is ill. "Walter Nicholson and A. T\". Sipe are Conmtflsvilk! callers today. Mrs. VvViiiam Sanner of Davistown is calling on.'Connellsville friends and shopping today. Miss Daisy McLain of Ohiopyle 5s spending a few days here the "guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dabcrko. CSIrs. Link Davis is calling on Cou- nellsville friends and shopping today. Now She ii Strong and Better Every Way Pitman, N..J.-- "I suffered from a weak, run-down condition so I could not get arouafe to. do my usual light duties, ior I am 73 years of age and past hard work. My daughter brought me a bottle of Vinol and asked me to try it, and after taking two bottles I ha»e a good appetite, Test well at night and am stronger and better in every way." -- Mrs. F. Anderson, Pitman, N. J. We wish every feeble. .aged man and woman in this vicinity -would just try this constitutional cod liver and iron tonic on our guarantee to return their money if it . fails to benetit. Formula is on every bottle. Laughrey Drug Co., Connellsville; David C. Eason, Dunbar, and at tho bast drug store in every town city in the country. . . and Dunbar. DUNBAE, April 16.--G. F. Corrado was 1 calling in ConnellSTille Sunday. D. C. Eason tor wall paper.--Ad-y.-- 26mar27t .. Frank Krum of.Orient, was calling on friends here Sunday. .-The Rev. W. 13. Parueli of Dawsoa, preached Sunday niorning in the Preu- byterian church. Mrs. Ada Seamans.spent Sunday in Brownfield, the guest of friends. . Robert Bufano and Eerl Vushart of Connellsville, were calling on friends here Sunday -Miss Anna Higgins is seriously ill at her home with pneumonia. April shonrers wash and clean old mother- Earth of Winter's germs and impurities. Hbllister's Rocky Mountain Tea does the same thing for your stomach, " bowels. _blpod--purifiss, cleans you through and through, a Refusing to x B n j Liberty Bonds Is One Way of Aiding the Kaiser. WWWtf«rtlW*«W«*^ -- i The Third % liberty Loan Campaign. Is the Battle of Stay- at-Homes. (FLAG COUPON) H01V TOT/CAS GET A SPLENDID JXAG FOU LITTLE MONEY. All that Is necessary for you. to do is .to c l i p - t h e coupons and bring or.send them to The Daily Courier office: with J1.49 and the beautiful Flag is yours. Description--The flag is S feet long by 5 feet wide; rainproof and sunproof American bunting--absolutely fast colors. Stripes sewed, double stitched. Has strong canvas heading and metal gromments. This 8x5 Foot Flag for 6 Coupons of Consecutive Dates nud $1.49 Cash. Note:--If ordered by Mail add lOc for packing and postage. CXIP THIS FLAG COUPON TODAT ! "and, with required cash tor Flag send to Flag Department THE DAILY COURIER 12S 1^2 ·«'. Crawford ATC-;/ ' CONATELLSTTLLE, PA. Street or R. F. D. No_ Town ,, state- Indeed to many stout women iit 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. Models that reflect the genius of the foremost designers of women's apparel. The j season's most popular materials and colors fU'.lly represented at $19.75, $25.OO,' $27.50 up to $59.50 It is the right time now to bfi doing your spring shopping. We are almost safe In guaranteeing good weather, 'and every woman is safe in making her spring plans and doing her spring buying; every minute"counts now. Please remember that there is going to bft a scarcity of goods. There is a great scarcity cow of popular lines of material for women, miisses, and chil-' dren, and they are getting scarcer every day. Many staple lines we can not duplicate now, and ·we repeat again--every minute counts. If you want to be sure of getting goods and sure of getting what you want, buy now, for after while it will not be a question of what you want but a matter of what you can get. There will be no choice lines--you will have to take what you can get. Conditions are growing worse daily, prices are getting higher daily, goods are getting scarcer daily, but people fail to realize just how serious the situation is. If you can make your old clothes do over this summer and feel that your fall outfit is pretty good, you should not buy any clothing at all--invest your money in Liberty Bonds. The Government needs it. 83 Lnrce Department Stores, Located in Fayette, Westmoreland and -Allegheny' Counties. Ifho tQ Tat Chose -who advertise ;6urier. rom; in 0. Tte Daily thoroughly or Tablets. Adv. Spring remec Connollsville y. 35c Drug . 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