The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 20, 1918 · Page 5
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, April 20, 1918
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. ,, ' | SATUBDAT, APK.IL 20, 1918.- THE DAIi,Y COURIER, CONNELLSVTLLE, PA. PAGE FIVE. AT MT. PLEASANT BRIEFLY RELATED Twenty Well Known Xoang Men Earned to Go in the Next Draft Quota. F1TE ALTERNATES ARE NAMED |Jok» Christopher TVfco Was Kicked 3 im Heiri by Hone »t Standard Works | iM«s at tke Ho«f»nl; Boiv is Taken to tke 3torg«; Other -News lt««s. ti T** Courier. . · f. 'MOUNT PLJ3ASANT, ..April ·- 20 -- jj Twenty young men from Ixcal' 1 .DiST | trtct No. 6 will leave for camp at Fort S Thomas, Ky., on Sunday evening, |April 28, according to ^information. | given out today by tht. 'draft Jboard." j The men willNeav* the armory at 4 | o'clock and their special train will fhmll oui over the Bmlthaore Ohio j at 5. The list of men selected to go | Hay 3. Queer, Mount' Pleasant. :- Lloyd Rumbaugh, Mount. Pleasant | Marianna ^e«fanl, Baggaley. , .; I Samuel S. Hears, R. I). 2, Latrobe. | Henry Musmug, Jr., (Baggaley.. :. £ Domenici Pierri, Baggaley. | Nazarene Albertine, .Bacgaley. ; Joseph Banashak, Southwest ;' Charles Keto, Stauffer. I Henry Katanko, Latrobe. j Charles Fetters, "Whitney. . | Daniel Kuhns, Jr., Baggaley. | Ijawrence J.' Nessler, R. D. 5, i Greensburg. | David E. Creese, Mount Pleasant. | 'William L. Maloney, Bsiggaley. ; jphn J. Hruby. Mount Pleasant.. \ James W. Pearce, Rocltwood.. ; Nicholas Demore, Mount Pleasant i" Stephen Urban, Southwest. | Carmen Albino, Mount Pleasant. : Alternates: | . Antonio Stacini, Baggaley. ? Frank Overly, Mount Pleasant. | ' : s Matthew Nardl, R. D. S, Latrobe. ! The bite of a. rabid doe !? no longer -J. a .George .W. .-Gratzinger, *^\*Z^^tf°££%£?X%£. quarters' Company, who will pay his ntBrMisseB Mary and Alice, and His uncle, James Hitchman, a visit TljiiUmg Son. Mrs. Samuel Queer is at Camp Hancock' visiting her son, William. Queer, who is a 'member of Company E,' Tenth Regiment Confluence. ' CONFLUENCE, April 20. -- Only two days more '6f ".school, · Monday and Tuesday, and 'our teacHers and pupils will all be enjoying a vacation. -To-j morrow everiing'^the baccalaureate sermon will be preached in the Lutheran church by Rev. -Baker', the pastor. . . ·. - . .··.' :·.··· · Mr. and Mrs.. Harry Close and family hav« returned to their home in Ohiopylft after a visit with Irteuds here. Mrs. .Charles Minder bas returned .'to w . iter' home 1 ia Rocfcwood 'after .a visit 1 of several "days wife' her parents, Mr. "and Mrs. E. B.. Brown, here. . Mr. .and -Mrs. E: RV Beggs ani Mrs. Carriei Tissue Jeft yesterday' torNi-_ agar'a'Falis and' Syracuse, 1 .Vl'.- .Y.', on' a visit They . wilt return.; in Mr; Beggs' big Franklin touring car which has been in Syracuse being, repaired, haying been damaged by fire several months ago. John D. Show of PHtsburg, is here visiting friends and: looking after his property interests. 'Mrs. Lloyd Terrell was visiting. friends and' shopping in Connellsville yesterday. · . · · · "Mr. A.' E. Fran-It has returned from a visit with friends' at Pittsburg. . Preparations are being made for the proper observance of Memorial day. - v Refusing to buy a bond is equivalent to -turning your back upon Liberty. · Try onr classified 'advertisements. LIBERTY LOAN HONOR FLAG LET'S WIN ONE FOR CONNELLSVILLE MARTINIQUE SHAKEN Earthrinnlce Tremors Have Been Felt Continually Since Sunday. By .Afifaoci;it«U Prcua FORT DB FKANCE. Martinique, .Thursday, April 18.--Slight earth- shocks have been felt here for five days. The tremors began soon atter noon Sunday and continued until 2 o'clock this afternoon. - In the eruption oC Mount Pelee in Hay, 1902," 30,000 persons lost their, lives in the.Island or Martinique, and the city of St. Pierre was destroyed. SAVE YOUR ACCTIRApXY PITTED GLASSES. A. LJucker, Oph. D. Ol'TOJIETKIST. 105 Sonili I'ittKliurK Street, Coiinellsvlllc. TRY DUE CLASSIFIED ADLETS. Ic A WOED. . More Gnesswom The island of Martinique is covered i P^ with volcanoes and there are many ' otlfers on nearby Islands in the West Indies. whcnyou bake. Children's 19c Bibbed Hose All sizes, black only-^-very special --the pair Children's 29c Muslin Drawers All sizes, 2 to 14. Neatly tucked and well made. Boys' 89c[iKrtee Pants - - 55c Boys'. 48c Waists' - - - - - 29c Men's Woafk Sox - .- - -. 13c .Beys' 75c Wash Suits - - - 47c Men's ·$! Night Shirts - - 79c Misses' $3 Kid Shoes - $1.98 Women's $2.25 Juliettes - $1.69 85c Matting Rugs - - - - 59c 75c Linoleums, square yd. - 49c 75c Rag Rugs 59c Extraordinary Values in Women's $5.50 Brown Kid Shoes .. Children's $2-00 . Gun Metal-Shoes ... Women's $6.00 Black Kid Shoes Women's $8.50 Fine Xid Shoes $7:45 D unbar. MORE DEADLY THAN A MAD DOG'S BITE Pleasant |. George E. Felbaum,.-Yonngstown; ; Tlctia of Horse Dies. , John Christopher, aged 47 years, who was kicked with a horse at the Standard stailes oa Monday and had kidneys clean aiid bds-skull fractured, died yesterday at worklns condition no fear of "dl^e^se therMemorial hosDital.-The: tody'was f_:,..,. T( . ,,, ,, ,, L hospital. "The:tody' was si 'takan to Ziounerman's · undertaking jl rooms and from th'ere to his Diamond ij street home. No · arrangements have i been made tor the funeral yet. His I son-in-law. Donate . JPalquftle, Is at I Camp Lee and a telegram .has-been I sent to him.^ No arrangements will be j made until they see if he can come * home, . . j Hone Fron Camp. I · S. G.- Stevenson, who had been' the I guest of his son; lieutenant William I C. Stevenson at Camp Hancock, re-, ] turned home yesterday morning b'rlng- ! ing with him Billy Hitchman, son of ! Captain John D. Hitchman, ; of Heact- the resultant of poisoning of the system by deadly uric acid -is .as aure^and Inevitable as day follows night.. N"o other organs of, the hftman' body are so important to health making as the kidneys and bladder. Keep your id your bladder in and .you need have ·Don't try to cheat nature. It la a cruel nv ster; Whenever you experience backache; nervousness, difficulty in passing urine, "eet on the Job. 1 .'. Your Kidney* and bladder require Immediate . attention. Don't delay. This Is' the time to take the bull by the hbrrrs. GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsule's vHI do the trick. For over two hundroti irn they have f 'DTMHAJl, April 19.--W. H. Stevens of Pittsburg, was a business caller | here Thursday. | ilr. and Mrs. Adam Bryson o£ Bry- j son Hill, received a letter stating the j safe arrival o£ their son, Chalmers 5 Bryson, In France. ' * Mrs. George Martin and daughter were shopping in Connllsville on Thursday. ilrs. Prank Corrado is spending a few days in Pittsburg visiting relatives. ' ' . Mrs. Mary Gordon of Lemont. visi't- od-her-sistev, Mrs. John Duffy of Mahoning, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Wishart of Trotter, spent a few hours here Thursday evening. There's no such thing as conscientious objection to buying a Liberty- Bond. D. C. Eason.for wall paper.--Adv.-- 26mar27t Most Unusual Values in Children's Wear 52.00, $1.75 and Sl-50 Children's fl»-| 1 Q Gingham Dresses -- tpJL ·.!.»/ Children's $1.00 Middy Skirts - - Begular $l".00 Middy Blouses Infants' 50c Short Dresses Ejnbroidery Trimmed _ 69c 59c 29c 10 Crash Toweling - - - - 6c 15c Best Calico · 9c 25c Bleached Muslin - - 19^c 29c Spring Percale - - - 21c 35c Huck Towels . . . 27c 22c Apron Gingham - - - 15c 18c Canvas Gloves - - - - lie Women's 19c Vests - - - 25c Eh-ess Gingham - - - 35c Heavy Turkish Towels lie 19c 29c Get A Direct Action Oven Thermostat land measure the heat as easily f a s you measure milk in a pint jcup. 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For chronic catarrh, sore cose, couKh3.coldfl,sneezinRr, nose-bleed,otc. Write uafor complimentary can, or buy ' tube at drnggisrs. It will benefit you foar drnes more than itcosts,or we pay moaeyback. Fortrialcanfree'WTitcto K03DOI Uffi. CO., nnuraLii, Mm. LOCAL AST) 10KG DISTANCE MOTINGS. Tri-Stnte 57». WT IIT rinffoltw Kesidence 101 Hans Aye,, « · « · Bell S-12. COXXEIiLSVItlE, PA, Classified Advertisements Ic a Word. SQIS Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday , 2324 ·; ^ :··..' Coming fresh from a remarkable engagement at the Cohan Theatre, New Ybrkj where it was the supreme photodran^atic sensation of the year, YTC are to see ^Redemption," with Evelyn Nesbit and her ion, Russell Thawl " ! S ££ ;: £r .r In thisj her screen 1 debut, Miss Nesbit became a star over night. Broadway went wild over "Redemption." It was a profound sensation, winning instantly by r^uperfT photoplay, the thrill aridl,te^ise iiSteresJ; of ;its narraiiye, the great rncther-love displayed by the heroine. Miss NesMt's truly wonderful emotional powers, the ex' cellenf cut and fine stage direction by Julius Steger arid Joseph A. Golden, nothing just like it ever had been seen before and Broadway enthustically welcomed the-novel- '£ty. : · · · ' ; . Special music for this show which starts at 2 o'clock each day and runs continuous until 10.45 P. M; rices, Afternoon, IQc and 20c; ISc and 2Sc. Don't Miss This Big Show r"M-**!tft$* " i

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