The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 19, 1918 · Page 9
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, April 19, 1918
Page 9
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, APRIL19, 1318. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNEaASVIULB, PA. PAGE NINE. ^ffiWSOFTHEDAY SoppoMd to b* w»y« Fonnd . · Voffw Porch. AH- TAIEN TO OtEENSWJRG Beeehef Offers to Ke- crnlt w e , o( Dnjt .Vge for Specfal Braaebes of tbe Serrlee, ft-inelprily w XevbMlc*, Up la AprjD S J; Sottt Special to-Tht Courier. '' JIT.. PLEiiNTv :April .IS.^-Two boys giving their names ac Oeorge Smith, aged 12 years, "and Frank Smith, aged 10, brothers, were found sleeping under the frint of Mrs. Chum Condre's porch on Center ave- ·ue. Mrs. Condre brought the boys ou.t trom under the' porch and had them wash and clean themselves up and then gave them their breakfast. Te officers were' notifies and Con- stab!e"Ellis questioned tbe boya They JJ^foiTwe _ _, stated that'they were orphans, but; «nd.the Terr"«»:···»· briifirfai^eriooi the clothes they wore were of good matter. ..Why-i^ ' ' -- ~ · quality. They gave their " hoiie' a: Sor» MootB wtiem 1 Blairsville. They told Constable Ellit Indian Creek. -v INDIAN CKEEK, .AjfrUJJIL-- Lwfaur, Barry 'ot'b»Ja«wood spMt'T f ew dajs amour Mill .Sou friend.. ·'.,. ^ . Joseph Kid»nour of Rogers Mill WM a bdineM caller in ConneUs- ' ' Mrs. Edward Silcol spent last night among Normalviile frieadi. ;,·-'.' C. S. Fore ot Indian Head was a buiinus calUr in\Connellirville. . *. 3in. J. W. Barier of Indian Head spent » daj- among Connellsville: Trlehds 'an'd"sh'oppljag/ Mrs. Simon Nicklow wu calling on Connelliriile friends and shopping. . Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Dowler of Davistown were callers in Connellsville. ·'· Mr. and Mrs. John Lyon of Rogers Milt are spending today among Con* nellsville friends. ·Sirs. Calrin Prink*}- of Youngwood spent m. tew days among Mill " R u n friends. - I,.-;.-; ·..'. -,v Mils Jean Illig will .spend: a few- das" auong Conncllsvilie friends. Harvey MorrisonJ,^ind 'John Morrison moved their ·families, to Bidwell. Sore Throat «· Mouth Ton ihould Veeptbe '.throat dean aad WARM YOUR FEET OSTKICH FEATHERS FOB ' BIG BOX 25 CENTS ·'".If 'your feot are;:eold this., winter. .weatthe-r Just one application af .Begy's Mustarine will keep'"'them nice and : ·wanm for days.-. . ' r .': : ' r :.- . ~v'. : : It's tii-e- wirest and 'quickest pain; kWler. ever (Uncovered; A., will draw out. the : ihuamainitibn 1 from your soft, tired feet in- one night--it ..takes- the-agony frojn:rcbijbianis and Is thing to-use oh frosted feet. ·-'" .'···*··· ·' '·. · -But that isn't all, it stops backache, aesdaohe, toothache, earache and ndu- ralfirla--^manj- times in flve minutes. It .drives away.tiie agxjny. f roni 'rheumatism and goat'; ami overnig»dt;'«ad« cokl. on chest, pleurlsr, r bronciU^la.-and. sore throat, ani.hever...b'lieters. B«. slice ^ the:, . . . . ; .u pat Beer's M . boxy^t's . the or blistering substitute ;jtor _ nvjKtartl plaster awl-.'is nza le'-of, tru. yellow mustard .and : not ci^ =..i.o.t. tues'.-^-jVdr. ' ' I. ''".''· ' ; 'i nrlno In ginal -noh^ ndTiioUi that they had slept unfler mother ^j^JJe porch before comlns-to Mt. Pleasant aoe»':ib fna Uqtr--you c«, Polios Chief Robert Smith T.SS goia depend «poo it ; : Keep » bbttlo to the 'Westmoreland connty ho: in the hoj»«--whsr» you am with John Stout and the buys v,--. get it fcicklr trbea nwdrf. SEc., lent with him to Greensburg. . »a 60c. Hoipital _|iie.^»1.00. Tol«»t«e« ir«»t*d. Jonr dragprt.ieU. The uaembcrs of Local Board No. C :·' - -- .- ot Wesimoreland county' stated last ; evening that so far they have nocr- ; ders on what dates to send any person from headquarters here nor as yet do they know just who will be »nt. But yesterday morning a poUce came to the board to have any. red-blooded ' Americans within the draft age step forward and present themselves to their local boards before April 27 »nd a special induction will be giveu tfcem to enter any. of the following branches, airbrake inspectors, angle : iron smiths, auto mechanics, black- imilhs and helpers, boiiermakers and helpers, brakemen, nagmen, conductors, bricklayers, buglers, carpenters ·nd helpers, cbauffeurs. chemists, clerks, railroad or -general, cobblers, commissary storekeepers, concrete former or workers, cooks, cranemen, boiitroen, pile drivers or shovel operators, crusher/operators, dispatcher engine, draftsman, surveying, machine .4eign.. KJivii,- telec^ical, .--railroad 1 ' or computing engineers and Bremen, lo- ·eomotire hostlers,. ear inspectors; general ' -.mechanics, molorcyclists, moltleTs/'paiaters, plumbers' or pipe- fltters. sheet iron.workers or helpers. iMLmvters, tailors, . wagcnmakers. J«rdmairte'rs"or sivitcninen. Personal. 31rs. T. 0. -Anderson spent yesterday ·with Uuiontown Iriends. _"Mis:"James'.Cw v spe3t;.yc3terday irr,. .... Postmasters Hold M e e t i n g . : _ ' '"'The postmasters.;of -FayeUp': county. held a.meeting :in' the -OnibiitowTi.liigJj, school. Wednesday afternoon to dis-. cuss and further; the : sales'.of War. SaVr Ings Stamps. -fAlibul 'nalt tfie post 1 malera.-in., ibe, county- 'were present.. .Senator James "L.jAdams of Pittsburg,-' made", an addresBi' and reports of.- the saies^of · every. office ? in --^lie-. county^ r'ead.-" yanderKiiG · Dunbar,' Champion," Iifdlui- ; ' Head .·. and'.'-"West: Leisenrlnk were, .mentioned..-for:; their, excellent' 'showing;···" ·"''.-·' · ,..-'Snvin£ dollars:an'd-.wast!iig the lives ot, the boys in the ..trenches is poor business. Better invest in'. ». Ubertr Ostrich feathers are having . a .re-. raarkable; vogue this year, for summer millinery^ The attractive -hat h«re Illustrated is covered: with "pale blue ostrich, plumage. ' ... .Shi .Cantons..,w.ent,,.tb. Greeijsburg ,l«»,eart,ln,.Uic-Lib- erty Loan.parade. ' . District Attorney N. A. Cart was at ·West Kcwton yesterday attending the fttnerar.oP.Mr.-Larimer. . , Dunbar. TXJNBAR."" April 19.--Hiss " Lydfa Kevnolds-spent Wednesday at 'Alvor- ton visiting;, her sister.'' Jlrs. J. K. Batr of that place. · ' D. C. Eason for waJl papsr.--.Adv.-- 26mzr27t " : - ' · - . . Jlir-s Carrie Boyer of TViter street. ·was "visiting in Coimellsvil'.e Wcdnes-1 J»y. J"atronlzi those · wa aavcrtise; . Mr. L. 3. Laugbrey of - Pittsburg,; ·was'a busfacss caller,, here 1 yesterday. | E. Howard ot UrJonto-Tn, was -s-j business mailer here yesterday. · .·; '' Har:'y Eckcr returned home ttom Camp Hancock -and will-.'spend a lew tfaya here vrith his parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. Pierce EoUer of Counelisville atreet. · .. A l/.'jerty Bond · is not only the ·a£c3t but the most unselfish -invcstr mem .on earth. ' . ' : . ' · ' . . Give The Children TheBest Corn Flakes Save trie Sugar and Yflat- 1776 1918 \ Join Our Liberty Loan Bond Club It's the easiest and simplest way to get on the home firing line---to strike a body blo-w at the Kaiser. . -Under tie LIBERTY LOAN BOND CLUB plan anybody can'buy a $50 bond by paying a dollar down and a dollar a week until the bond is paid for. ., $;100, ,$200, ; $300, $500 worth of bonds may be paid for in^similar proportionate installments. ., ... These tends are the safest investment in the world today. All the resources of the U. S. Government are back of them, Don't let anything keep you away from this double opportunity. " : ; An opportunity for safe, and profitable investment. An opportunity to help win the war. THEY OFFER THEIR LIVES FOR YOU Your sons and your neighbors' sons, perhaps, are now fighting in France or will be "over there" very soon. They offer their lives for us. , Can we .do less than of fer our money to supply them with food, guns and ammunition? .'.' No; it is our plain duty to buy as many Liberty Bpnda as we possibly can. It is the least that we can do for the brave boys at the front. And there is really no sacrifice connected with it, for eyery bond is as good as gold--better than gold---for the bonds pay 4 1-4 per cent interest. Come in today and : join the Liberty Bond Club. The First National Bank The Bank That Does Things For You. CONNELLSVILLE, PA. of Hoffmann" For sheer magical beauty- this exquisite number is a revelation in .violin recording. Zentay has inimitably expressed in music the dreamy lilt and cadence of moonlit waves rippling beneath the gondola's swaying prow. Records like this sufficiently explain the 20-year-old artist's triumphs in Europe and America. On the back, Rubinstein's "Melody in F." A2503--75c Old Place the Gang Goes, ra Be There" 5 A charging song with fighting words set. to a war-like tune.- Perhaps you can. guess that "the gang" is bound .for Berlin-- .and; you'll certainly want to join in the charging chorus. On the back, " Faugh-A-Ballah." A25l4-75c "My Sweetie Jyy Samuel Ash. A typically clever Samuel Ash interpretation of one of the most popular songs of the day. On the back, "I don't care to live in any marble halls with you," A2511--75c Incidentally,.these are only a few samples from the unusually complete May list of Columbia Records--55 splendid' selections rnnning from popular hits, war songs, and whirlwind 'dances to opera airs, concert numbers, ant! instrumental music. Buy Liberty Bonds,Help Win The War Men may be leaving this week, next week, every little while. They will be singing. Yon can hearten their songs by buying a Liberty Bond. Youshould buy a bond and another bonfi. Buy them today! You should boy with a song in your heart. ffo, CelmMaKfcfnlt 10th OMl 20th of E**ry JMutf* Send KMBC record* to ·obtiez. Tbtir'saCo boXtfafonoli m hij Y-MC-A. orEjrigbuof OJ- · Hot. GrmjAoffcone Ctmfpmof, New Torfc IF YOU HAVE A PRINTING WANT WE WANT TO KNOW WHAT IT IS Putting out good printing is our business, and when we say GOOD PEIBTING we don't mean fair, but the best obtainable. If 7011 are "from Missouri" give us a trial and we will SHOW YOU "CAP"8TUBBS AS A BED CBOSS PUP--TIPPLE IS A GEEAT GEIfEKAI, By EDWEf A

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