The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 19, 1918 · Page 3
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, April 19, 1918
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FRIDAY, APRIL 19.191S.' THE DAILY COURIER, 'CONNELLSVILLB, PA. PAGE THKE. iEWSYTfOTES"TELL WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THE MILL TOWN ten Called to Go in Next are Announced by · · Local Board; " ESTIMATION FORT THOMAS, KY. «js wni Leare Abont April 2fi; Big BirtMay Party is Held :it Brooks Hrnne at Kieiertown; Ciric Club Officers Are to Be Chosen Monday. Special to Th« Courior. SCOTTDALE. April : 19.--The fol- wing men have been announced as «iDg the next men whq.w-ill leaye tor "ort Thomas, Kentucky. 1 abont'April 6th: Roy McClellan. Scottdaie;. Paul lonecroey, ilt.' pieasant; John F. -nimbley, Scottdaie; "Walter C. 5aff- ey, Roflsdale; Harry Guest Scott- ale; Leon Marosz, Mt. Pleasant; Uilph G. Walker. Scottdaie;. John falter Fretts, ScottdaTe; 'Peier'Skefo, r.. Tans; Victor. .Kattera, Mt.-Pleasnt; Harold K. Krfcfigau,~Scp'ftda"le; ten. .5. WiDard;: gcottdale; · jobn- :rock, Herminie; Prank -Rinearj-Yu- oa; Nigrito Tc-nte. Wyaiio; "Aristide lecoli, Yukon; Harry Walter, West fe-wton; Perry McClimock, West Iewtoa; Michael Brajdick, Yukon;. aniel Turney, Taylor, Lash; Paul Reo, Yukon. Blrtlnlbx Partr.- A birthday pittt^ ates^leld at the 'rooks home iD--KleterUraii in honor f Ralph. BraokC'/.OnehBuiiiJred per- ons from PJtt5Durg..T3oiiiellsville, Mt, ·leasanr~aria.Sc5ttaSIe"-J«iTi. present, tames were plarecf 1 a£T*These withi he music ^ere ihe features of the vening. Ref reshments~were'- served. Missionary Society Meets. The Ladies' Missionary society of he Presbyterian church met in the hurch yesterday, afternoon in _ their. egujar^ monthly -meeting,-jwstppned; Tom last~Tfeefc.: ;Mrk: Boyd Glasgo, las'the leaden- Mrs.-J.-E. Hutchm-- »a read a paper on "Africa." . Mrs. U S. Livengood lead a" paper on "The kmerican.. Negro." .Mrs: ?V. J. McDowell covered current events. The | ·joeial committee for . the day vras.L .·ompoaed of Mrs. I. B. Brallier. Mrs..] £«meUi Anderson, Mrs. L. .\T. Bailey, \Oss Sara Brown, Mrs. E. I. Bryar. irs. Frank Browning, Mrs. - G. H. ftKteuililiv- Mrs. 1 --^ilyroi ^rant^ JtS- t. GrBsird^ijHirMrs. Efmer Bt£b£-_^ \: '-.~~ gewjtog Party." ~ Mrs. C. A. Bloom's class from the fathodlst Episcopal - Sunday school leld «, ar .tire-; North fcottdale home.oLMJsS Edi"i..Myers. fhe evening was spent in sewing for he relief of the Armenians. . Haley-O"Jfcll. The wedding of Francis Paul Haley ind Mils Jane OT^ett. daughter of Jrs. Mary O'Keil of Eve'rson;'will'be ·alemnJzeti in the St John's church ·A Scottdaie on Wednesday", April 2'4," it 6.30 A;;tf. · . · - . : - . . To Elect Officers. There irill be a special meeting of he Civic club next Monday evening it 7 o'clock, in the Y. M. C. A. -A good urnout of the members is desired. )fficers for the ensuing year will be Jected. 3tass Heetinc. Called. · There will be a patriotic m.iss meet- ng-Ln the Methodist Episcopal .church ra Monday evening, under the auspi- :es of the Organized Adult Bible class's of Scottdaie. The meeting will ake place at 8 o'clock and the prin- ·ipal speaker of the evenins will be Sev B. L. Scott, superintendent o! : he Anti-Saloon league. Tie- object f the meeting is to support tie rafcn- ·.atton of the . National Prohibition Amendment. .7 .. '.: .. «.. : ~L" ..." .. Tkrift-0-Gnun. Thousands of. . Western. . Pennsyl- -ania families cam prove their pa- riotism by practicing thrift. We will iclp by offering mew spring apparel or women, children and infante wear md millinery at savings oi 20 to 30 ler cent. Convince yourself before tuyins rfswwfcere. Scottdalu's .econ,my headnuarters, Broadway Ladies.' Store.--Adv. Tor Sale. Eifcht -room house, corner, lot, in i-l condition; modern in"every-re- pect On Mutoerry street for ?4,000, 2 000 down- and balance to suit pur- :haser. E. F. DeWitt,- Scottdal*. Pa.-- Superintendent A. "W. Truxil ol the !ron Bridge Stock farm.;sEeat TUBS; lay in Pittsburg with friend. 1 ;.:' - ·Misses' .Leanna-TruxaL and .'Emma STIson of Iron Bridge, were delegates "'rom the Mission Sunday school at iron Bridge.- .tbi the'-.Sunday school'; innv'ention at Alrerton on Sunday. TO ALL STOMACH SUFFERERS I" use this means to reach, all those »ho have been suffering -with .stom- ich trouble; I have been cured and I jant : to give you the benefit' of my experience; t suffered with stomach :roubles for seven years; during that ·.ime-'I doctored-with-some of the best specialties,' tried-Christian' physical culture, 'a' hundred' remedies, all tho patent medicines 1 saw advertised to cure indigestion, an'd-took everything anybody would suggest, but with no relief^ At last I found a cure'; the first iose-gave me instant-relief; I could hardly believe-it would continue-to give roe relief, but it has-'lfcyw ;been two.-years since I have-been cured-of stomach trouble;- all my-friends" who. haver used the · medicine"-have been cured; if you.have had my experience or know of any "dpyour friends wh'o are \suffering. write me. inclosing stamped envelope and I will tell you Connellsville's Reliable Homeftirnishers Since 1891. VALUE-GIVING AT AARON'S 'WTicn yon hny Furniture, Ri|gs, Carpets, Stores or Konicfurnishinirs at Aaron's yon .always get tlie best and largest, Tallies obtainable. Because, the four big Aaron StWes buy the highest quality merchandise for less money and give you the advantage of the savings. Convenient Credit, if Desired. . Uphold Our Boys in France With Liberty Bond With, the united support of every individual in this country, we can successfully win the great war in/which, we are engaged, in the shortest possible time. " : NoLall of us can serve our government in "khaki, But all of 'us'can serve with, our dollars by investing them in'Liberty Bonds. The Third Liberty Loan is on." -TEis-is our opportunity as well as our obligation _tp the nation; and to the boys who are fighting its battle-abroad. . . I n ' b u r big Second Floor Rug Department we are now sho'.yin.g .a great many new; and pleasing patterns . in the famous' Whittall Rugs." And as .we contracted . f o r . , these about six months ago we are able to- offer them to you at savings of at least 25%. We are also exclusive agents for many other well-known lines of Rugs, Carpets and Linoleums--giving you (he-choice of the largest variety of designs and patterns ever shown in Southwestern Pennsylvania. ·This Department is in charge ot an expert who will gladly confer with you on any Floor Covering problem you may have. Be sure to. soe the 9x12 Wool-face T.npestrjr . Briissells Hugs tluit. we're offering at only ...-.". a No matter how. many other things you go without--it is folly to sacrifice the Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet. This is the strong right arm of kitchen service--and kitchen patriotism will help win the war. Doir'l impoverish your health or strength by working long hours on your feet. The nation ueeds a strong and healthy womanhood. . Don't waste foods in measuring and mixing--in exposing them in unprotecied places. , Hoosier prevents waste, stives food and guards it. There are 400 places for flour, sugar, etc.--ail the principal supplies and utensils. Prices Uanae from $26.50 Upwards--and They Cannot Be Lower Thau 'ow. So Don't Put it Off. 9 .75 This Comfortable Overstuffed Rocker It is only our four-storc_-buylng-po\ver thai, makoa a value "Iflie this possible.""The rockrr is 'very substantially built and is upholstered in Japaniel--o'no or ihe best substitutes ever devised for leather. This 4-Piece William and Mary Bed Room Suite in American Walnut .OO This is an exceptional valuq-cacii piece is e:tuuUy :t* pictured. IT you cniiid sec the great care that is exercised firm, in srhvtinc thi; lumber that goes into Uus suite and then i n ' t h e manufacture of il--you would marvel a: F u r n i t u r e of this kind being ?o!I at this remarkably low price. We Are Exclusive Agents For the Justly Famous ONE PIECE - PORCELAIN 'LINED REFRIGERATORS Come and pick out the model you like best--prices range from as low as $8.50 Upward. This.Nine-Piece Queen Anne -| QO.OO Dining Room Suite-- -·· OO Made of- genuine quartered oak and cbm?rf in a beautiful Jacobean oak. finish. Very pleasingly Designed and every piece is solidly built. Sir chairs upholstered in genuine leather complete the suite. This Massive New Model Kroebier Bed Davenport This is one of iho new models just received--which embodies all the latest iTttproveim;r;t.s. Frames arc solid oak. the spring construction is of the very host and ihis Davenport is upholstered in tiie best grade o£ iniJLation iearher. An exceptional value at the price. The Famous New Process Gas Range The Now Process is a wo:: d e r f u l cooker and baker--an. it's the one ga~s range th;. work's successfully and giver complete satisfaction undo, all conditions of gas pressure. It's the highest grade rang* made--yet the price is very low. Equipped with patented lighter and the scientific arrangement of tbe burners saves 25 per cent of your fuel bill. Be sure to .see the 'ew Process Eangc we're offering; at only $ly.75 .HAVE .ROSY CHEEKS., : ~ AND FEEL~FRESH AS' . A DAISYr-TRY.THIS! Says glass of hot water with _ _ plhpsphate before .breakfast. ; -_"·" wa»he«r out" poisons. ...Tojie.e.the.tinge ot healthy bloom in your, face, to see your skin get clearer and'clearer, to wake up ; without a headache, baciiache, coated tongue or a nasty breath, in^fact to feel your best, 'day in.and" day out, just side-bathing . every .'morning Ibr one week. Before breakfast each day, drink a glass of real hot water with a- teaspoonful of'limestone phosphate -'in-it as a harmless means.of washing from · the stomach, liver, kidneys-and bow- .els the previous day's indigestible waste, sour-bile"-; and", toxins; -thus cleansing; sweetening and purifying the entire alimentary, canal -before. putting more food Into, the stomach;- Th'ie action of Itot "water and limestone phosphate on"'an" "empty stomach.Is wonderfully 'invigorating. It cleans out all the sour'-fermentations, gases and' acidity and".gives one a;S!leHaid Prittstown. quarter "j)bund" of limestone pbos phate-'wilit.cost very-.lft£fe at -the drug store, butjs sufficient to demonstrate acid, stoni- how .'to get this medicine;-this.^is no fthat.- "Those*-whp'-afeVsubjecl -to con- paiient medicine-."»S,-er£rsSii'n£,. bill j stipathra,"bilious" attai' is tiie-only-way I ban reach those who | acbr, 'rheumatic--twin? wunt-to be relieved of the terrible j PJUTTSTOWJN, Aprill 8.--ilr. and .Mrs. A. M." Geiderheiser and children .of N'orth Scottdaie, were here Sunday j with tlicir parents, Mr. and -Mrs. Jo- j seph Xough. ' -· John Truxai was a'Tmsin'ess visitor to Uniontown Friday. Private William Lavenduskj- of Company I,_6th-Infantry, Camp.Mer- ritt, New Jersey, was.' hero .on a. three- day furlough ',vith his .parents, Mr. and Mrs. .Simon .Lavendusky of Me- Clure, last week.' .His company will sail for France on the 17th of. April and "William is anxious also to get a the Kaiser, if possible, along with of-the company, ' '. Ray Lindsay of United, was here over Sunday with relatives. ···'Mr. and -.Mrs.-- Sanfprd- Swift of Leisenring were, here .Sunday. .'.-.. MX-; .and. .Jfrs;.-.Samuel' ilardis'. and children and ; Mrs.. Tiiomas."Mardis spent .Sunday with, friends at Staiiffer. .Misses Charlotte Milligan and'ifary ilalinda Grailler attended the Sunday school convention at.Alverton on Sunday afternoon and-evening-last. · Misses Grace Mardis;- Mary: Hough and Ma-bel Paitli spent Sun'dy"even- ing in Pennsrille with friends'. : - ·'- · ..First Sergeant. Charles Bchaj-a oE Company B, Camp . Gordon, Augusta. Ga., was here' a lew 'Hays-visiting hi5 aunt. : Mrs. John Paul, 'and'- cousins, Mr. and Mrs. John'Trukai. " Mr." Echard speaks highly of his company ani" enjoys camp life. They-will .leave'"for" France fhis week and all S , a T" II m?e lo Have Ncrt time you nro In a «of tviDmen note tho different conditions apparent in complexion. Tou will see some filled with -blackheads, Bomo dry and rough, some smooth and greasy, soma smeared TTlth rouge, som« streaked Trlth heavy motalHc powders and. once in a ·while you "will He« one that Is a. demonstration of Intelligence from every point of view. Tncs. color Is rosy, tho akin is' clear and smooth, iho pores ;aro small and "open, iho powdardocs jiot aho-w on tho firm vigorous skla. JBYery-TTOman can have a good complexion If she ·will only,use a HtUo idlscreUon. H you would "acquire real 'beauty,, the beauty of perfect health, .you; jmust roplo.nish your worn-out nervea with lecithin, Nature's own 1 norve restorer, and put iiito your blood the invigoratinE: Iron, ·which 'Nature -Intended It to have for [health. In most of tho modern focds [theee and other vitalizing elements 'have .bean largely eliminated. Yet to be fetertfay and beautiful tho ays- ! tern must tiavo them. They are found In Bto-£csren. not" orJy Jii pro?- Icr liroportlona to reatoro". weakened ivttaUty but in. ffuch. form aa the. ayB- jtem can best assimilate tharn. : A treatment- of leclthtn and Iron pnptonate as' combined In B!o-fereu Increase* th« appetite, aida nutrition and 'Invljrorates" tna^pattent." And Bio-feren. In Us pellut form is easy and palatablo to t(Uce~no liquid HAVE YOUE PRINTING DONE AT THIS OFFICE. iron" discoloration of the teeth, no unpleasant taste. There "Is no secret^or^myBtery about Elo-feron. Doctors prescribe) It regularly because they know exactly what It contains na Tvell aa ·what It will do and- they know they could not formulate a better, up- i bullcllajj tonJc. Tlie action of Bto-feren on tha system is BO beneficial, we arc so sure of its (jiving 1 you'po3ltiv« health and vigpr, providing, of courflo, tliero Is no serious, chronic ailment such, oa cancer, tuberculosis, etc., that wa only aell it on Lhc condttlan that you agree to return the err.pty packaffff and acceiJt a refund of your money unless you are entirely aatlaJJed, Thero la no use waJtinjj for fcanlth and boauty.' " It ia batter tn du things toilay than tomorrow. Go to your phyalcitui loday--risht. now--ho will advise Blo-reren.' 'Th«n start taklns it at once aa-ho advlees or aa dLrec- tions on tho package call for. Tho guarantee protects your money. Interesting 1 booklot mtty be had for tlie aslcing. Larffo pcknKe ?1.00 at all leading drugelsts OV direct it your dru^jrli!! con not supply you. The Sen tan e! Remedies Co. Inc., Cincinnati. Ohio. :es, ; - also those ;aeem anxious to get "over therH ; He . son of Mrs.. Lyda Echard of Park, Maryland. · · · tSem.:both lookingjapd feei-!-. Joseph.. Wailnsiy, "The Courier beaer-in-ererj- way--=A*-. newsboy",' is"sellmg 40 copies 'now ·'·' -"--- ·- each evening. Joseph is a -very ^ r .H(inriiiT L :. ll tn)cifnlns.l- -j---j'capable .boy for-his age -and-quite a ··"Bd. cblumisrrE'ustler for" the Courier. : " -K£ TSTONE AUTO In -Bear oC- GlVwe avenue, TV'es'i Si'de. .Connells-. " -/' - -- rville,' Pa. ....... " ~ IL Re-built Curs For. Solo. J. B. KURTZ,** · 'KOTARlr ' PUBLiC AND REAL -EOTATE. Ho. ^ South ' Meadow Lan«. CcnnallEvllI* P«. £ i j oQaaoatsoaooQaaoocKXiocoooiio The car of quality and endurance. The above car will be at the Smith House, Connellsville, on Friday, April 19, 1918, subject to your inspection and to give demonstration to any interested parties. Let us show you the KING of all Eights. Seeing is believing. loff Motor Co. Uniontown, Pa.

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