The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 22, 1918 · Page 2
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, April 22, 1918
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PAGE TWO. § fe.;.'. THE DAILT COURIER, CONOTBIA.SVlULiEi. MONDAY, APRIL 22, is ·' Xrte regular -meeting 'of the'JLi'diii' Circle No: iOO^txTthe^WlUiam ROEnrBf Pqst No. '1M' Grand .thejife- public, .will /be., held Thursday /after.; in.Oda'FeJlows' liall. .. "~~(~r:-' i ' " .' :.'- The weekly meeting of 'the Business ·Women's Christian associationjwilVbe : held. Thursday night in Odd Fellows' - "Temple, '-Tonight the business ,wi«nen will. meet aiilhe Red Cress'. looms ~lo sew" lor. the.. soldiers". " : . ;· - "-'-.; -_"'"'.. J The ' . to the BrofherhoooTot EScoinoUve Engineers will meet at Odd Fellows' hall noon at 2 o'clock and from there 'go-in a body to the Hed: Cross rooms to sew for the' soldiers. _Mrs. Kennell.wffl entertain the Sil-_ Ter TMmWe ci«b- Wednesday _«fterj 7. noon at .her home: at Scottdale.- ; ·- The Young .Ladles' Sodality will meet tomorrow. night in the Parochial school auditorium. ...... . . . . . Officers for the ensuing year wiirbe elected at the regular meeting of the I* C. B. A. to DO held "Wednesday night in the' Parochial school auditorium. ..... "" . " The monthly meeting of fhe"Wom- en's Mission circle of the First Baptist church will he held in the chapel Thursday afternoon, 'at 3 o'clock. The- first half hour of the meeting will be led by Mrs. Bi»«l :for the.- "Battalion of Prayer," followed by an interesting program, entitled "Keeping the Flag and the Cross TogeOier." There will he special mnaic. All women are invited. The Christian Endeavor society of · the First PrMfcyUirian · church .con- dueled services at the Cottage- Stats- hospital yesterday. / _ . The 'United-for-Service rmit to the Charleston Comforts · Branch of ther Nary League met. Saturday night at. the homo ot Mrs. Cooper. Patterson In* afternoon, at -the ColHnsThoina in East ' ' "America.-". jjwith- ; -'Prayer by.;Rev. jGk 'L . Richardson followed. .Aftij'Wec.elyinjj; congratulations:: from. thSir.^comrides'j Mr. Collins anit^r. Striia^er:made-;»t- .dresses,of Welcome: ; · :hirC Caatain ·." · interesting and apprdp-rtate v t»lk:\ Se-: lections by a talking-machine were enjoyed.- -after which -{he vcomrades were ..invited- into tha ·diningroom7 where an elaborate luncheon · :'was~ served. The .room and table .were' decorated-^rith flags.- Mrs; Collins was assisted servim ~_bjr, Mrs. W. T. Heid,. SHss Fay-Reid; Mrs. J. L. Collins, Mrs. J. B. .Collins. Mrs. L. S. Strickler and daughter. Miss Ella, Mrs.'b.' C: Collins,-Krs: Mary" Gilbert' and Mrs. .Grist Cochran. - - . :. The knitting club of the Women's Benefit Association, of the Maccabees will meet Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Eleanor Ash in -HcConnick avenue. . North Sfcrth street, 'West Side) spent the evening knitting for sailors. and .. An. additional star has been added to the Mnr service flag .ol;the .First Presbyterian church in. honor of Miss Pearl Thorn, .who enlisted as a Bid Cross nurse, and, is now /stationed at Camp Caster) Battle Creek, "Mich. Tho flag, was made and presented the chnrch by Mrs. E. G. HalL - The W. A. Edie -Bible class of the First Presbyterian church will meet tonight at S o'clock in the church chapel. The election of officers will, take place and all members are urged to attend. The installation of the elders.and.deacons will;, at the regular prayer services Wednesday night. The Ladies' Aid Society will 'meet Wednesday afternoon -at', j 2.30 o'clock in the church parlor. The King's Daughters will meet Saturday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock at the hame Sirs. Harry Franks will -entertain the Busy Twelve clnti Friday evening at her home in Crawford avenue, ·West Side. Mr. and Mr*. J. K. Davidson will entertain the South Side Euchre dnb Thursday night at their home In East . Green street. 1 The Knit arid. Win Unit to'th* Charleston Comforts-Branch 6*(tKe Navy League will meet toiiight at the home the j/of Mrs. S. H. Cox in North . Sixth street West Side. The Junior Organ- ied Bible class will meet Thursday evening at the home of, Mrs. William of Mrs. Stanley. Morris street. Greenwood. jn Eighth ·-- The- regular meeting of -the Daughters ' of -lsahell« : will -be held tomorrow evening , in the parochial school hall. Mr. and Mrs.'s. -M.; Showman ot Edna street, have announced the marriage of Kiss Madge Conway of Mor- xanlown, w. Va., to their son, Frank W«rrick Showman,, jolemniied; Saturday in the home of the bride. The bridegroom, who is Jn military serv- " ice, stationed returned to.carnp this nwrmng. : ; Tfie bride wfll ntnin.'* frewnt at "lie Land of · ProntrM^rprMented. recently in the First Baptist ohuroh by meiiiben of :ta*£«nd«y iehool, will he repeated Friday evening. May 3, in the United Brethren church. -The pro- ce*d*,..will · : divided -between th» United Brethren. church and 'Ike Ftnrt Baptist Kunday school for the chnrch «*t fond. Visitation Day wfll be ofeMrred Sunday by the Pint Baptist 'Sutey school. Teachers and -scholar* will call on member* of their. clasees .who hare ,oeen Irregutar,. in .attendance or. absent for some. time, and will, also make an effort to secure new scholars. The Minister's wife's New Bonnet." a musical entertainment, will be given br the choir of the Christian chnrch o» Thursday evening. The W. TT. Plciett. class of the ' Methodist Protestant church will meet Thursday night at the home of Mrs. - Jones on North Prospeci street. All members are invited. · Edna Rebekah lodge will meet -on . ·Wednesday night in Odd Fellows' hall. A large attendance of members is desired. ' . -' . . . . The Martha'.Norton Bftle class will be entertained tomorrow., afternoon 'at 2.30 o'clock instead.; of "Thursday, by Mrs. J. Melvin Grey and Mrs. .A. D. Soisson at'.tho Graymont,.. the. home. of Mrs. Grey, street. In .South- p;ttsbiarg Sixteen members of the William F. Kurtz Post.'.No. 104, Grand Army of the Republic, celebrated, the "birthdays of two of their comrades, Lyman. Brlcfcman in East .Cedar avenue. All members are invited^' ' A pretty wedding was that of Miss 'Anna LaPorte, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John LaPorte of Adelaide, and Ross Prestla, weU-rknown barber a'. West Peach -.-jjtriit, .solemnized this morning at lo'olelocav-.ln - St Rita's. Italian Catholic,,church hf the West Side. Rer^Katherj-Henry DeVivo of- nciated. The. bride wore a handsome gown of, white. leorjttte 'crepe and carried a bouquittoT white roses. Her long tulle Veil wai h«ld in place with orange blossoms. Miss Theresa LaPorte, a cousin of: the bride, and her only attendant,.appeared in a gown of white satin and a large white hat to match. She.carrieiB sweet peas. Following : the- ceremony :a wedding; dinner wag served in the home ot the bridegroom in McConnick avenue. The bride is one of tb« best known young · women of Adelaide:'^ .Previous to her marriage she wai7employed*hy A... Orerboit Company at Broad-: .. _ . . . .. Baxl*y R..Taylor, ton of Mr. and Mrs. Jk M. Taylaj-'orMiiaCreek, Wi ; - ' ' of-Mrs; were married _ _ . . _ . _ . the parsonage 1 of the Methodist'. Episcopal church in Connellsville by Rev. G. L. C. Richardson. -Mrs. Hall and-Miss-.-GT«c»~Pieree-of-ConnellB- ville.:witnessed .the .ceremony:.. The couple will.reside at Perryopolis.: The bridegroom is"employed by the Washington Coal t Coke company. PERSONAL. ·Mr. and Mrs, Ray Weiherell .of Pittsburg, visited,-their parents, Mri and Jfrs.,,A, -B,. W^lherell and': IfcC and Mrs. S. M. Shsetz, over Sunday. The best place to shop after all.' Brpwnell Shoe Co.--Air. Henry Hild. .of Monaca,. was the" guest of his brothers, Frank and Joseph Hild, over Sunday. . . · Y - '· ~ Ton need a .new suit for spring! Be sure and,jet a good one-by ordef- ine It'here! 'Dave"Cohen, 'Tailor^-' Adv.,,. ..: -...-.' ' · · .;· :·;:; . · · " · · Prof. Herbert Risler, who spent the past week with Mr. and Mrs.-;jfc·.- Sellers of East .Green street,- has returned -to Burlington, 7N..J., -where- he- is a member of the high school';fac-; For the. beat and cheapest repairs on -that roof, conductor or spouting, see F. T. Evans Estate.--Adv. Joseph Myers and Joseph Reynolds, both of ..Washington, Pa,, were guests' I qf ilr. and.-Mrs: J. J..Robson ofEighth street, Greenwood, over Sunday. · " " » Eona-,Zimmernian,''vno. is in the government-service at Washington, D." C.,-is-spending a short vacation at.her home here. ;; . - - ' : Miss Rosaline; Kobacker of Mount Pleasant was..a Connelisville visitor today. : . ; - .- . .. _ t i. ,J..;C. McConniclc of. : Aetna Strickler and Clark Collins, Saturday! street. South Side, has returnedihome '_· from a .-visit with.her:mother at.Erifc, Mrs. j. E'Qitri'ck and son George-of ·Pittsburg, have returned 'home -after a visit ,vilii Mr. and Mrs." H. C. Rush of" Daw'suiC,.-;..."... Mr. arid-VMrs.' Jay Hulchinson of Dawton .are :-jireparing:td -remove to . · ' (FLAG HOW YOU CAJf GET A SFtEMHD VLJLS, FOE IITTITS-MOSEI. -"' : All that is necessary for yon to do-is to clip the coupons and bring or send them to The'-Daiiy Courier office with $1.49 and the. ', beautiful "Flag-is yours. . ; ,-... ',:.,,'·;, ._·': · -. _ --.-; . ·; '.' ..Hescription---Tho flag is-8'feet) long b'y.5 'teet wide; rainproof .and. sunproof American bunting--absolutely/ fait colors;- Stripes, sew- ; ^ed, double.stitched. Has. strong canvas beading-and metal gromlhents. " ' Tlii»,8l5; Foot Flag for 6 Coupons of Consecnttve Dates and $1.49 Cash. .-.: ^:Nbte:---If oitdered by Mail add lOc for packing and .postage. ; .| ' COBPOS TOBATJ · ' '. \. ' ' ·'·-.'· · : · ; · - . · :';CIJP ^r;^;t-.::.· .,-..' \ · - · ' { · . ' "· \ - - ' · - " , · · · · · - , · ] - ··· · · iindriwith required 'cash for Flag send to,Flag Department I eouipK ' COKTTELLSTILLE, FA. ;..';"--"Stfeet-^or R. F.'-D.' No_ ' Town State- Leibergor of W«st' Peach street, yes- " M. J. H. Spear and two children of terday. .Pittsburg, returned homo thtermorn- ing after a- visit with Mrs. -Speaks, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rcibert-Norris, of South Pittsburg street; ", ". TO ALL STOMACH SUFFERERS I use this means to reach ail those who have been suffering with stomach .trouble; I have-.been cured and I want to give you the benefit- of my.. 'experience; I suffered witK stomach troubles -for seven years; during that time I 'doctored with some of the best stomach specialties, tried- -Christian Science; -physical culture, a hundred odd family remedies, all the-patent medicines I sev advertised to cure indigestion, and took, everything anybody would" suggest, but with.:no relief.. At last I found a cure,' the first dose gave me instant relief; I could hardly .believe it would continue to give me relief, but it has . now been two- years since I have been cured ot atomach trouble; all my friends who have used the medicine have been cured; if you have had my experience or know of any of your friends who are suffering, write ' me, Inclosing stamped envelope- and I will tell you bow to get. this medicine; this is no panont medicine advertisement, but is the only way I can reach those who want to be relieved of the .terrible stomach misery. F. D., 225 St., Pittsbnrg, Penna. -- Adv. : Craig DOCTOR GAVE THISWDOWN WOMAN VINt And She Got Wefl--H«r N«rvou»nes» Duappeared ' I|fint Mich.--"T keep house for my ; family of six and got into a generally run-down condition. I was weak, nervous and could not sleep-and had headache a good deal of the. time. My doctor' prescribed Vinol and it made me well atid strong. I. am a good deal less neryooa and can sleep nights."--Clara Smith, 1213 W. 4tii Avei Flint, Mich. We sell Vino! or. a positive gnar- antee""to make nervous,- weafc, 1 rundown women well and strong or return their rscziy. -Try it anyway. Laughrey- Dreg Co., Connellsville; David C. Eason, Docba'r,'.'and at the best drug store in every city in the country. town aad HOME DBFESSE. HARKLETON HAVEN . ' F O R SOLDIERS WITH- TUBERCULAR TROUBLE Continued from Paec One. turned to her home iu Masontown after spending several weeks with her mother-in-law,. Mrs. .Frank. Meckes. PBDfKEI . .. HOME ON rCRLOCGH. Heyburn Prinkey of Camp Hancock spent a few days' furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Prinkey at Mill Hun. PEJOfSTIULE GIRLS KSTEBTAIST FOB SOLDIEBS Misses Loma Figley and Norma Keller entertained a few : of their friends at the former's home atPenns- villo Friday evening. It was given in honor of John Hays of Scottdale, a draftee, expecting to leave lor camp soon, and Private Earl ,15tling of Owencdale, a soldier home on a furlough from Camp Hancock. The house was beautifully decorated in red, white-and blue. The evening was spent by playing games and m-nsic. At a late hour a dainty Junch » served. Each guest receded as a favor a small silk flag. . " · 1HROT JPTM IS '[ SAFE Ef FBAJTCE. ,':iA card from Leroy ; jfyle, Battalion A, -20th Field Artillery, American Ei- peditionary Forces, to Linda Dye of Prospect- 1 : street; ''states that he has arrived siifely In Winchester,. Ei land: The 'card-.w'M-.writcn March 17. Pyle-formerly resided in Connellsville. He enlisted in W^eyersdale. HABBY McCABTITET ' ' BELATITES Harry McCartney of the field bakery, at Cairip Hancock-, ' Augusta; Ga., is home on a.'furlough.- pMcCartney is a.jirother of '-Mrs. P. R^.Weimer. UDEtTJEXANT DttWORTH : . - .GETS HIS MBS!' TUBLOCGH - Second Lieutenant "j. Si. .Dilworth, ' " ' _ Washington avenue^ arrived home Saturday, on -a" 10-day, furlough, the 'first since. his; comm.and,..Pompany D, '110th Hegiment,:was "sent.:ta Camp- Hancock last. September. Mb Corn Food has the Ridi Flavor Mr.'aiid.'llrs.. J.' C. '.·Woodward .and ins J. R. :and .Calvin,. and. 'Joseph Rist of Uniontown,,.were guests, yes-. terday" .afternoon "at .the home- of Mr. and Mrs.'Trank Kincell in Eighth street,.Greenwood. ,'','.X.. : ''..' . : ·::.;'.'·.V'i"r ..ORDERS TO EEPOKT. . Long 6J .Connells'viile, nas been 'ordered to 1 ' report at Morgari- -tow.n, TV. Va.;: Fnday'to go" with, the ^draftees, to Camp tee.'' . . . CA3IT 1EK. -·' John"'Bierer, · -stationed; "at Camp Lee, Petersburg, Va.,'has been granted a' furlough, arriving Sere last night. Hiss -Alto 6. Gnynn Starried at Cum' to Edwaru:;Slmnk. Aiti' G.^Guynn'rflaughter' of Mr. andMrs. ,E. D. .Guynii'.'of Bast) Patterson. avenue, and Edward Sliunk' of Leisenring, eloped to Cujnberland: on Saturday: ·'·: .-, . '·'. ,-^: -'-·!· ; .-: -'. -s . The.; a. .high school; student;' a ,meinier of -the' sophomore :' class. Tonr SlJoncy Js the 'Wealth of Tonr Conntry. The money that you save is a home defense. With the money that. our. people save and deposit in Savings Accounts, our Government can provide ships, food for the army and munitions for war. That is the double function of money. It is your sav- 'ings; yet it becomes the wealth ot our country, when it is in-elf culation. Save money as well as food, clothing and fuel. Deposit your savings with The Citizens National Bank, 130 N; Plttsburg'-etreet, whore it will be safe and secure and will earn Inureat-- Adv. LOAFERS SEHTHfCED. All Are Given - Five -Days* on the Streets by Xaror John Dnggan. Five men arrested at Mervts' livery stable yesterday by Patrolmen Geiger' and Turner were .each sentenced to five day£. on the street or a |10 fine by Mayor John Duggan this morning. They were .cha'rged.''wlth Mfeing' : susr piclous and loafing in the stable. :All took the five days on the street. . ". - The-nieh arrested -were Tom. FojS-' kin, Henry Harvey, Carl Flanegan, rt Showing Latest Style Ideas [ · · ··*·'··' . ; . - - . , . - ·· - - *^' It is a larger suit season and a smart suit seasot*--a season more proMfic good ideas than for several seasa past. Warmer weather suits are arriving Satin suits with stunning white ves and cuffs--braideid ' and belted sui with very fetching button trimming- Gabardine suits in novel pleated e fects, and striped collars and cuffs- Eton jacket suits--the smart sty for small figures are here in many ne ideas--' Siuts of contrasting coats and skiri such as grey jersey coat and rosewoc colored^kirt and many-other exampl of a glorious? summer season are ali coming-in. We invite you to call at any time f the most complete and latest mode from the suit designers. Some';special offerings tomorrow. "THE STOEE AHEAD." TKe HOME of QUALITY and SERVICE 129 Jo 133 N PlTTSBURS St CONNELLSVIUE. PA. BCTTEKICK FATXEKNS. MISS LYDIA CUNNINGHAM ' Following a lingering illness, Miss tydia Cunninghaib, 60 years . old, a. resident of Da-wson virtually all her life, died this morning at the home of a relative, W. C.' Crowell in Cleveland, O. Th« body win arrive at Daiv- son tomorrow afternoon on B'. 0. train No. 16 and will be removed to the Presbyterian church where -it-will- lie in state until 2.30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon when services will be held with- Rev.-W.-B. Purncil ,tte pastor officiating. .Interment in Cochran "cemetery. ' Miss Cunningham ' was born,at Damson and resided there up uhitil five years--ago .when, with her niece Miss Cora Gillelnd. she'Ieft for Cleveland O.,'itb reside. She v is widely , and favorably known, at Dawson and'vicinity.- One brother, W. C; Gun- John. Wialch and - Edward Murphy.! fngham of Montana; three nieces Yesterday' morning two prisoners, were given. 48 hours each. SHll Firm In lie Jaith. B.. W. Ellis .rforroerly; operator in She office of The Courser;-, resist paying a visit to ,the scene .of-, his former.;labor and ·dropped'.into the First,City.of Fayette. Saturday. 'He-is now'employed iri'.the office of the Johnstowa Democrat and so far has resisted all'the influences ot Editor Bailey to convert him into .a Democrat, either pacifist or militant · · ' - - Chief Bowers at Hospital. Chief of-Police TViHianj B. Bowersj who ..was' jtaken' In on Thursday with : two nephews, Miss.-Cora Gillcland of ·Cleveland- Miss": Martha 'Gillpland. of j Chtcago; Mrs. Scott Gilmore of.'Smlth- Beld and'Rosa Gillejand ot Illinois, and Alva .Gilleland.'of Charleroi./survire.- .The\ deceased.^was:..a great '.'aunf;. ;of Mrs;- George E.'.Moore and'A. sister of Mrs. Susan -Jfartin, w j, 0 died'at'Daw--" son"th'ree weeks-ago. Miss Cunningham was a- charter member..of the .i?r'esbyteriaa church' of Dawson. .' ·, . MR3. JANE CAIKLETON. ' ilra. Jane Caj-leton, 63 . years old, wire oi'Thomas' Carleton, died Sunday moriu'jjg "afher- home at Owensd'alei TM"~~ "unerai '^wli'l be-^tomorrow at-8-d to tb C t-i °°'^°^ :f. ri !S..'.tlie-, D . onl , e t.. w .%^^S9.f le 1 5'. ^f=-^' n rt " ' h i g h mass'-v in--"St-/- John's'Catholic sterday after; .··.._·· -.1 ;;;·:·,,:"·. ·-.: -i-jrrr.i ':,,; ·- gallstones, was" removeL. -_ ._ .tage State hospital yesterday -, lul -, , . ._ ·,,. , . . . noon. He is resting easytodav . ana,a.t-.Sc,otWale at. 9;-pf an operation may 'not;be· n~.« B ^r farleton'was one of-the",best-known necessary. 1 Lieutenant Thomas McDonald' fa act-" ing chief. . - ;.-/. Bctnrns' From Hospital. » '. -WinBeld Scott 'W.tlkeiv a widely known farmer-coal operator of Somerset, has - returned-home from the Western Maryland 'hospital. in CumV berland "where'-he underwent a surgi-' cal- operation for stomach · trouble. re^idenK.. - q'£, that.; JpcalHy,-.:.Sa« . survived; by'Ker.husband, flye sons and ftiree daujrhte"rs. f "They are: ."John C.,' -Woodlawn; Thomas, ;'Latrote;; James -New Coal Company Chartered, A charter has been granted to the Syria Coal company- of ConnellsvUle; capital stock, 110,000. The fccorpor- ators are'C. X Port bf-.Connellsville; T.'D. Gardner and'N. B. Gardner of Mill Run. · · . - . ' . Soldiers Admitted Free.·'.' SolcKers in uniform, will be .admitted free to the policemen's ball to be held at the: armory i.tonjoTow night, anBounce'd.,thisimorning; The pfacers.expectao, least 200 ,'coupToa lit'attendaEce 1 ; ,"; ' ' The Welding of the Nation Hard on the heels of early railway pioneers who ' followed the trails of Indian and buffalo, Western Union wires,criss-crossed the country. Today the quick, cheap, indispensable service of the greatest telegraph system the world has ever known ,is an essential factor in the welding of the Nation. : :.-..: ··': Telegrams--Day Letters--Night Letters .;·_· Cablegrams--Honey Transferred by Wire THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH C(K the Dean home at.Connuence, _-,,.lIISS MkRGAHET'.C. BROWN "r'..Hiss"Mafgaref'Cars"oii . Brown, died yesterdayVVat'tKe'lio-ma, of her sister,. Sffk-"TJ B.. PalrSer-iii Uniontown, following a s'everai-.years'I illhess. - . . :.. George;. W.'-Brawley,-. 81 years old, a- :former resident :o£ ; :SmitMe]d, died :. Bright eyes, clear'complexion, vim, vigor and force, all indicate perfect health; without it , yoii" · We handicapped inJie.race' Take Hpl- lister's;- : Rocky^.Moiintaiii. Tea - each we^;'- : anj] keepJup" r wlSi' the live ones-.; 36c. ' Tea or -Tablefsr Connellsville prag--ejj;-^Alyrt. .* -y~ ··-'·'. . Helen Maoraret,-' -SgefelS, ^daughter of aj..';andi-!irsY J.: Jv:Mayfleldi,bt Mpri "rellarenue underwent 'if serious 'op ,,-^.-n ^ «_ i ^_.- c , i -.; : - - TO' ADTAITCE Ct PEICE . ^ ·Youngs town:-- She- ··· leaves^'-alBo -one- brother, -John SVrd-'6f Corinellsvihef 20 granchildren and four great grandchildren. . . . MRS. RUTH ANNA.BURKETT. Mrs.,-Ruth' Anna Burkett, 72 years old, died Saturday night at her home at Broad Ford. Funeral tomorrow af- .teraoon at 3.SO o'clock from the family .residence, with.Rev. Ellis B...Burgess, pastor, pi .the.. Trinity..Lutheran caurcb, officiating. Interment in Hill Grove cemetery. Mrs. Burkett- who was wiflely-' known at Broad" Ford and community, SB survived by the'-following children: Israel, at' home; Mrs'.- Richard Haberor of Mor- Ean; -Mrs. Ernest Raupaci of Martin; Mrs. -Michael O'Brien of Phillips, and Mrs: James.Cossell of Broad Ford; 32 grandcliildren, including James Burkett and Richard Habarer, in military .service at Camp Hancock, Au^ giista,. Ga., and -fiv.e.great jjrandchil-! 'dren; "" · ".'.;.., _:';,..'MKS. itAUDE-A. DEAN. · -, -A shbrt-.'Ume-after she was admitted :o the Cottage State hospital yesterday afternoon, Mrs., Maude A. .Dean, 34 years, old, wife, of "H. C. Dean of Confluence, died of. septic 'meningitis. Previous to contracting her Jate illness- Mrs.. Dean ;suifered from an', infected '.knee,-'from which she had.not fully recovered The body was re moved to runeral Director Charles -C Mitchell's-parlors *prepared, /or burial Last night it, was Bhipned ,to , ·- / "" * ~ C* -and : Joseph; -Xoungstown, 'Ohio;. Pat- i Sunday,.April 14,.at'his home in Iron- rick; Owensaaie;'-Mrs.-' John-'Dough- ton/.Q.. 'Mr. .Brawley .:was born "at erty, S'tar-JuncUon;" Mrs.^John-Priicy, Smithfield'and the. early part of hlB '-' ' '-"- ""- -'-" "-"" " ·"--' ' - life was'spent" in that-vicinity. Wiile quite'a youhg'man'.he'became interested, in. the.-iron-tndustiy- in Fayecte county, and upon leaving here ho be--j came superralofcderit of the hail plate I department 'of the - BeJfont Iron works, ot Ironloi O. MHS. MARY JtlDLTCK. Mrs. Mary Midlick, -26 years old, died yesterday morning at 5 o'clock at her home at Elm' Grove following an'illness of'pneumonia. Ftmeral tomorrow morning from .the Greek church.- Deceased is survived by ber husband, and three 1 children. Her. Turncll Speaks. Rev. "W. B. "Purneil, pastor ot the First Presbyterian chure 1 : of Dawson, preached at the 12th Sunday evening MRS. DOCLEY'S ADVICE TO ' WORKING GIRI Milwaukee, Wis.--"I wish all f who work and suffer from foncti; disorders wo profit by my ad and take'Lydie Pinkham'sVt table Compoui Before L was n ried, wbeu I a home from wori night, I would jost worn out * pains which drag me down. I t LydiaE-Pinkhai V e g e t a b l e O . pound and it m me feel like a new .woman. I can w from; morning; until nigfat and it d not bother me, and I wish all girls v suffer as I did would try Lydia Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. 1 Mrs. H. DOOLEY, 1135 25th Strc Milwaukee, Wia. ( Working girls ev-erywhere «ho proat by. Mrs. Dooley'g experience, t --' - along from day ro, give this fame . _____ -. '"stead of dra da X wi * Me a hel * community services ot the churches of Dawson, held last Digit ia tie Cocli- ran Memorial church. The children's choir o f ' Coehran Me morW church, composed of about 40 voices, saug. I thousands of otheru. and why not Community prayer services, with Rev. you? For special advice, write L G. M..DJley,, leader, held In th Baptist church. . . . . Patronize -those -who advertise. a pniicnlieiifoF rtfltonoc n»tetr»t color to stw of {ftocdhvr forTeBoonuEdindiuf(»ihl - - you? For special advice, write Ly E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Ms The result of their 40 years experiel ia at your service. · For Baby Rash |i Itching, chafing, scalding, all irrita- ! .rions and 'soreness, nothing heali like %kes Comfort Powdi Its cxtraordmuy healing; and aooth. t«wcr ia nouceable on first application. CSc at tttfl Vinol and other drug sto Tht Comfort' Powder Co., Boston, Mas BEAD i~ THE OOUBEE:

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