The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 23, 1918 · Page 2
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April 23, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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PAGE TWO. .^iiji JUAILY COtTRIEK, CONNELLSVTLLE, PA. TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 191 I, Children Cry for Fletcher's Leo.Etta talge, No. 515. of the 1st-\SLKKTEIXS SILK SWIATKK dies' auxiliary to the Brotherhood o f ] FOB SCSDtER SrOBTS "W d: Railroad Trainmen, celebrated its fourth anniversary last evening in .Maccabee hall. _ The exercises', vrere opened by singing-"America,''- Mrs. O. B. Craft at the'piano. Mrs. Mamie Nicholson wel:oming the guests. Short addresses were made by S. T. Irvin .lohn- Bowman and E. R. Whipky. The Misses Ora iJid Marie Detwiler of PennsvUle, sang a number of solos. Mrs." George W. Colborn and Miss Ef- ne Livington also contributed vocal se- .lections, with Miss Kellar of Mount Pleasant, at the plan-. An interesting number- was- a reading. "Why .Miss Anne Maria Simmons Never Married," by Miss Carrie May Livingston. Mrs. Margaret Rodgers recited "The Cremation of Sam McGee." Miss Detwiler recited "Rastus and t'ae Green Watermelon.'' S. T. Irrin gave a reading. Indies of the lodge served lunch. The cotnittep in charge of tlie affair was made u p of Mrs. Edith Fisher. Mrs. | Mabel Craft and Mrs. Margaret Rortgi I crs. Lee "Etta lodge has contributed S10 to ?he Red Cross. ·Miss Helen : Boswortb of -Scottdalo, was- an "attendant at the wt'di'ing o f ] · - Miss iirma Esther .Pruyne.- dausats-r of Mr., and Mrs. K. V. Pr.uyne. of Dubois. j . _l'a., and Lieutenant Anl'Ur;H. McGill of the 2111U yield Artil'ery at Cimp Meadc, solemnized 'yesterday morning at the Fort Pitt note',, Pittsburg. Friendship temple Xo. 25,-Pythian Sisters, will meet Thursday afternoon in Martsell hall. The T. C. T. Fancy*of S club- will be entertained tonight by Miss Winifred Durnell at her-home in East Fatterson avenue. The Knit and Win Unite to the Charleston Comforts branch of the Navy League met last night at the home of Mrs. Stanley Morris in South Bighth street, Greenwood, and spent r -the. evening; knitting for the sailors. The next meeting will be held Tues- .day evening, April 30, at.the home of .Mrs. Charles Work in Ninth- street, Greenwood. 1VEAK. Tlic-Kind Ton Have Always Bought has borne the signal turc of Chas. H. Fletcher, and lias been made under his personal supervision lor over 30 years. Allow no one to deceive you : 'in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-frood"- are but experiments, and endanger the health 61 Children--'Experience against.Experiment. What is GASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for (pastor Oil, Paregoric. Drops and Soothing Sj-rups. It; epurs-lns neither Opiuin, Morphine nor other narcotic snbstance. for more than thirty years it lias been in constant nse fortho ' relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and IHarrhoca; allaying Feveri shiiess arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving- healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea--The Mother's Friend, The Kind You Have Always Bought J.Bears the Signature of Usa For ©v©^ 30 Years THE csfrraoneoupaxT, oewvonK cnrr. _ RALLY AT MEYERSDALE i Great ramdc for Third Liberty Loan to Ho Hi'ld This.Evening. : Special u Tl-.e Courier. To enjoy the many summer sports, it is essential that your gorb-be neither too warm nor too tight-fitting, and of course young ladies wouldn't consider any sort of costume it it did not add somewhat to their appearance. This silk sleeveless sweater is comfortable. Th« black and white striped effect Is very fine. The white- edged pocket and white belt straps set OE the sweater, attractively. The collar is rather large. PERSONAL. . Mrs. William Fuoss, who has been at Augusta, Oa., with her husband, who is a member, of-Company S, 110th Regiment, stationed at Camp Hancock, ·i-pocts to arrive here this, week to reside with tor parents, Mr, and- Mrs. [j. W.. Dodson, .of Poplar Grove, until ' the I. X. L. Bible class of the Unit-i She'dose of the war. ed Presbyterian church will meet to-! The best place to shop alter all night at the home of Mrs. V?. -H. Fran- ! Brownell Shoe Co.--Adv. cis on Johnston avenue. All members are invited. - - . , " . " ' Miss Marie E. Crosby, daughter, o! Mr., aad Mrs.-William Crosby^ of Youngwood, and Wilbur D. Lamb, 303 " of" Mr. and ilrs. ; William Lamb of .Youngwoco," were - married last tven- ing at 6.30 o'clock in the UJited Brethren parsonage in Lincoln avenue, by the pastor, Rev. J. S. Sho\v- ers. Mr. and Mrs. Lamb will r.-side at Yoongwood, Miss Zadell P. Dodson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dodson of Poplar Grove,' and Harry L- Doppleheuer of this city, will be quietly married tomorrow afternoon at the Trinity Lutheran cliurch parsonage in. Vine street Rev. Ellis : B. Burgess, the pastor, will officiate.. Thirty-one business vomen met last night at the Bed Cross-headquarters '. .and spent the evening sewing for· the- ;j soldiers. Each person present-volunteered to -make a French undershirt. - The Bed Cross headquarters axe open . on Monday night not only to the business women of the city, but to all church organizations or others who wish to attend. D. E. Treher was elected president of the W. A. Edie Bible class ot the ] First Presbyterian church at the regular meeting-held last evening in tho chtrrch' chapel. Other officers elected are as follows: Vice president, W. \ L. Baescher; secretary, D. L. Morgan; G. 0. Williams and famiiy-are preparing to move from Eighth -street. Greenwood, to Prctsbnrg, - where Mr. Williams has been located since resigning as manager of the Yough Ice' t£ Storage company. Frank A. Hibner and family will move into the residence to "be -vacated by the.Williams family. · Did you know that mine" is the largest and oldest exclusive tailoring establishment in. the .coke region ? Dare-Cohen, Tailor.--Adv. Mrs. Charles Colbert of Brownsville is visiting relatives here. Early cabbage aad tomato plants now ready. P. R. DeMuth Sons.-Adv.--23-St. . .-; Mrs. Thomas Flynn of the West Side went to Pittsburg this morning. Mrs. .T. P.. Brennen of Seottdale was in town this morning on her way to Meyersdale to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Shannon. "·'.W. H-. Forst of Seottdale", who grows hair-'on-your nald head -while you wait, will Ve at the Smith House on Thursday, f r o m - 9 - A . M-.'-to 3 P. M.-- Adv-23-lt.'. ^ ·Mr. and Mrs. H. D, Jsrrett of Scottdale were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Percy of West Peaoh street Sunday. Our Oxfords, tics and pumps for women are the prettiest foot dressing ever-shown. Come .acd. see. Cnnv- ley-Mestrezat Co.--Adv.--23-61. Mrs. E. T. Norton and daughter of Windyraere went to Pittsburg -this morning to visit 'friends. Go to the Yough Mouse Restaurant MRS. H. C. DEAN. .The body of Mrs. H. C. Dean, who MKVKRSRAJ.K. April 23.--A Liberr j died at the Cottage State hospital, was ry Ivoan parade and patriotic meeting. sent last evening to her home at Conwill be held in Meyersdale this even- ; (luencc, where funeral services will ing. April S3. at 7 o'clock. It was intended to have the speaking at the band stand after the parade, but weather conditions have changed that, hence the speaking win be held in Reich's auditorium. All organizations and citizens ot all classes are urged to turn out aod make this one be held tomorrow at 12 o'clock, with Rev. W. it Bracken officiating. Mrs. Dean is survived by Lier husband and five children, two boys' and three girls. Harold, the eldest, is In Mexico with his grandparents. The others, at home, are: Kenneth, Marguerite, baby.' She leaves Virginia and the baby.' She of the. biggest and bast parades Mey- also her father, J. H. Weaver, four ersdale has ever had. The music will [sisters and a brother: Mrs. Noll of he furnished by the Citizens' band and Huntingdon, Pa.; Mrs. Kffie March. a male chorus. Somerset county's share of the ConnellsVille; Miss Nettie Weaver, at home; Mrs. Bruco Tressler, Couflu- ttiree billion dollar Liberty Loan is j ence, and J- H. Weaver, Jr., Conflu- $1.2S4,-}"Q and Meyersdale's portion is j cnce. Mrs. Deau was a member of ?2-15,100. Over 50 per cent of iho lat- j this Methodibt Episcopal church. Mrs. :er amount has already 'been sub-] rj eall was /ormerjy Miss Maude scribed, and with, little effort it is ex- Weaver, pected the balance will be raised. The · -women's division, with Mrs. H. M. j JOHN K. (HUM. Cook as chairman, is also working j oa _n jj. Grim, S7 years and JO hard In this matter, and in order to ', months old, a veteran of the Civil get all together they will hold a com- .War, one of the best known residents munity social on" Saturday, April 27, \ of Springfield township, died Sunday from 2 to 4 in the afternoon in Amity ; a - ^i s home near Normalville. Funer- ihall. All the ladies are cordially in- i al j rom t he house tomorrow af'.er- I vited aad the gentlemen will be very j noon at i o'clock, followed by serv- welcome. The Liberty Loan will be | j CEJ3 at ^ 1D ^icmnt 2ion United Broth- erplained thoroughly by able speak- : ren church. Rev. McCondlass of Nor- ers. A musical program will also be p malvillo, v \\\ officiate. Interment In rendered and light refreshments wtV be served. assistant secretary, J. II. Ward, treas- for your Wednesday supper. Chicken nrer, A. B. Norton; leader, R«v. J. L. [and -waffles. Mrs. C. J. Armstrong. Prondflt Th« meeting was well at- Adv.--C3-2t. tended. Tbe May meeting of the Tuesday (Tusic club will be in the form of a benefit for the Red Cross and Navyt League, with Mrs. Helea Afarkell Knox, soprano; Miss Moran of La,, trobe, contralto, and Miss. Kahn - of " Ptttsburg, violinist, "appearing on the program. The benefit will be held in the high school auditorium the latter part of May. There will be no April meeting of the club. Mrs. Walter Smith of Dawson was shopping in town this morning. Dr. and Mrs, H. J. Coll left this af- rnoon for Chicago. Read our advertisements. SCOUTS .WILL .CANVASS/ Troops of the City Are Prepnrins for Drive to Start Saturday. The Boy Scout troops of the city are preparing for the Liberty Bond canvass which will start on Saturday Bishop Courtland Wliitehead of the ; of this, week and last just one week, Piusburg diocese ,of the .Episcopal jtheir-campaigrrendiug: on the cios.ing church, will consecrate the ;s.ervice'nay of the drive.. . The scouts;.'.wilt flag of Trinity congregation atjs. meet- j again- scrape ~the' city for loose Bonds ins tonight -in- the- German .Lutheran' that may have been missed by J.n'6 church. The .service wUU begin, at 8. - canvassing committees. ~- o'c-Iock. The bishop will also deliver; Th; boys do not expect tn make a sermon, following the service the j the showing they did in the second vestry will meet. R«v. A. N. Slayton.! drive when several hundred thousand Rev. "M. J. barker and Rev. M. S. j dollars were subscribed, as the sys* Kanaga will be present. jtemntic house to house canvass has -- i cleaned up the city thoroughly. How- Mr, and Mrs. John M. Young will · ever, the scouts will act as gleaners entertain the IXII club Thursday : after the reapers, and will secure any night at their home in East Green ;subscriptions that have been over- street, i looked or if possible induce sub-- - |scribers to raise their loan totals. The V. L. club will /nve a dance in ' - ----·· Mah:.is hall tomorrow evening. i Iteceivers 'amed. -- ; PITTSP.URG, April 23.--j i} Cal- Ttc Christian Culture knitting cliihii el -,. H s A- Stewart and Charles -L will meet tonight at the home of Mrs. Fgrin ven today appointcJ rc , ce ivers Jay C. Sauffer. Srutli Piitsturg, for tfle piiuburu Railways company | in fecisral court. Mr. Callery IE chair- ------T-T7TJQian of the Railways directorate, Mr. ,,_ . .. 'Stewart is'a banker and Mr. Pagan -·Va-;.«»-V.A.VCK.-LV-..-PRICE : an attorney. tho cemetery adjoining the church. ! Mr. Grim spent virtually all his life i in gpringf.gin- township. He was a RflNJ) flllR FrtRMFD " I member of- the old -William Campbell DUWU CLUP lumma/ . Post _ Grand Army of the Republic . Merersdale Firemen to Invest Extra \ '* adrt ' clon l " his -? idow ' Mr5 -^ e - ~7 . . ,,, , , ,, ,, i erme Gnm. K .5 survived by the fol- runds in Liberty Loan. , loivjng cll|1(lrpn . S(aJU Grj ^ Qf Un . At a recent meeting of the Meyers- j o n t o w n | Jamcs Grim 0[ coonellsville, daJc Pire department a Liberty Bond J Mn vf u i v e h i n of B rookvale, Hiram club was formed among the member- j GHm o{ _ N(irroa ; viI i e . Funeral Direct- shiu. J. W. Mallery WM chosen chair- j or ,, B Erooka or i ndlan Hcadi wil . Very Smart Suits Showing Latest Style Ideas It-is a larger suit season and a srnarte suit season--a season more prolific o good ideas than for several season past. Warmer weather suits are arriving. Satin suits with stunning white vest and cuffs--braided and belted suit with very fetching button trimming- Gabardine suits in novel pleated ef fects, and striped collars and cuffs-- Eton jacket suits--the smart styl for small figures are here in many nev ideas-- Suits of contrasting coats and skirts such as grey jersey coat and rosewooc colored skirt and many other examples of a glorious summer season are alsc coming in. We invite you to call at any time for the most complete and latest models from the suit designers. Some special offerings tomorrow. TOT, STORE AHEAD." ; TKe HOME of QUALITY and SERVICE 129 to 155 N PlTTSBURG St. CONNELLSVILLE. ?A. BCTTEBICE GRAY HAIR BECOMES DARK AND EAUTIFUL Try Grandmother's Old FstoriU Eecipe of Sage Tea anil Sulphur. man of ihe ciub. Each member obligated himself to invest all his spare earnings, or as much of the same as ne possibly can, in Liberty Bonds. have charge of tho funeral, CHARLES E. BOOTH. Almost everyone.knows that Sage! Tea-and Sulphur, properly compound-j ed, brings back the natural color and lustre to the hair when faded, streaked or gray. Years ago the only way to get tilis mixture was to make it at home, which u* mussy and troublesome. Nowadays we simply ask at any drug storo for "Wyeih's Sage and Sulphur Compound." You will get a large bottle of this old-time recipe improved by the addition of other ingre- ',, : Granted Jfnrriagc License. | '. George E. Lieb and .Ellen JMaricj Cleary, both o£ Connellsvllle; iVIjbur ' D. Lamb of Mount Pleasant anci Marie C. Crosby of Greensburg; Tlurry. L; Dopplelieucr and Kartell P. .B^'ison of Cbnnellsville, were grunted licenses to wed in Uniontown yesterday. vllle, died yesterday at his home fol- lowiug an illness ot pneumonia. GEORGE J. MOORE. George J. Moore, 57 years old, died yesterday 'at his home at Merritts! town oC pneumonia. His widow and j two children survive. Brother "Located. Mike Kosko, who died at the Cottage State hospital fo pneumonia, has a brother residing at Carpentertown, ac-. cordinK tn information received by Funeral -Director J. L. Stader. No arrangements hnv c as yet. been made Cor the burial of Kosko. MATT WELSH COMING K. n.roth of South Browns- t dlents, at very little cost. Everybody ' ' ~ ~ ' uses this preparation uow, because no one can possibly tell that you darkened your liair. as it does it so naturally and evenly. You dampen a. sponge or soft brush with it and draw tiiis through your liair, taking one! small strand at a time; by morning j the gray hair disappepars, and after i another application or two, your h a i r , becomes beautifully dark, thick and! glossy and you look years younger, j Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com-) L'niontnn-n linn. Fuel Inspector, Buys pound is a delightful toilet requisite. | .Wear Glasses Tat Are Adaptable To Your Work You can't espect to accomplish your best work with poor eyesight, nor with glasses that are not adaptable to your -work. If your vision requires near and far glasses and you are now wearing two pairs, reading glasses, or old-style bifocals, you should, for the sake of comfort, convenience and efficiency, wear H. 51. Kerr Homestead. ! It is not intended for the cure, mill- (.'ojidifiou .Serious. The condition of Jay Davis, who is ill of double pneumonia at his home at Poplar Grove, is very serious. I/iccnsed to IVctl. Mrry CovoMan and Mary Rflval, both of Mount Pleasant, were granted a license to wed in Greensburg. MRS. HURD WINS GOLD · - ":MEDAL AT PINEHURST streei. S T H M A There is no but relief is often brought by-- Fnncral. ; Mrs. F. T. Martray has left for -Niles, 0., where she will attend the funerals of ier two nieces, Aloma and Edna Mae.Halm, who died yesterday ! of pneumonia. -.A double funeral will i he held. The children are the daugfl- I ters of Mr. and.'Mrs. John'Hahn. Welsh, an Inspector for the i E atioa or prevention ot disease.-AdT. fuel administration in this district, has i purchased the property of .Mrs. H. M. i HTINRAR ( D A N Kerr in South Arch streat. Mrs. Kerr 1 l/UllDHIt LUftll and daughters arc residing temporar-. ily with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Duggaa: Committee of Greenwood, Mrs. Duggan being daughter of Mrs. Kcrr Mr. Welsh will move his family hero from TJniontown. _ .. . .. . ,,_. . Gather at Post Office Tomorrow treiunp. A meeting of the Liberty Loan coin- CONNELSVILLE LADY'S OPERATION NOT "Sixteen years ago I was operated j on for appendicitis and later operated again for gall stones. Neither..did me any good and I suffered all kinds of torture since. Five years ago I took .Mayr's Wonderful Remedy and have felt no symptoms or pain since. All stomach sufferers should take it." It i a simple, harmless preparation that removes the" catarrbal mucus -from mittee of Dunbar will be held tomorrow evening at 7.30 o'clock at the post office for the purpose of hearing reports on the canvass and determln- i xi£ what territory has not been cov- I eriiil for the third loan. Solicitors i ^j-ho aided In; the recent Red Cross drtyc n-ro asked to be present, Dunbar has oversubscribed Its allotment but the canvass will be continued until all 'have been given the opportunity to. subscribe. he^nifistmal tract and allays tin in- 1 amnation which' causes pracUcaUy I BUT A BOND. SaTed a " BUT It Even if Ton Havei Cent. · ' .Go" io the First Nationa; all stomach, liver, and intestinal" ail- i-arra-age to buy a .Liberty'.Bond on the ments; including appendicitis ' One'· Installment Plan. A-dollar a week ' buys a.?50 bond; ?2 a week buys a hundred dollar bond. It's a patriotic GLASSES THE SS1£ IHYISIBU BIFOCM. KRYPTOKS (pronounced Crip-tocks) are double vision without showing it, because the two sections are invisibly united -- no seams nor humps separating them. You can increase your efficiency and at the same time enjoy real eyesight comfort by wearing tl ise all-day glasses. Whether you need bifocals or any otiter kind of glasses, you will find it to your advantage, both in price and in the results obtained, to have us do your dork for you, Trust your eyes to our care. L W, MYERS, Opt. D. Optometrist and Optician The Highest Grade and Most Efficient Optical Service in ConncIIsviHe WOOLWORTH BI/DG. COXJiELLSVILLE, PA. including appendicitis ' One '· doso will convtace or money refunded': \ A. Clarke.-- Adv. . duty. Evevy bond you buy is more shot at the Kaiser.--Adv. one Present Honor Flp^. \t special services to be held Sunday night in thn Cochran Memorial Methodist church by the churches o f ! Dawson, an honor flag given bv tte of Mrs. Jesse A. Stauffor ar.d Theodore government Cor over subscriptions of ! Ere '"" Alc " rn - Kel1 kBown people . Liberty Bond allotments, will be prc- j Scottdale, were married this rooming scnted. A patriotic program, in which ! at " r/clock in ' St ' EarUlolo TM ew 5 out-of-town speakers will pa-ticinate |Episcopal church there. n?.\. X. b. wi 1 be rendered ' i Kiuusz officiating and Bishop Court- i l a a d t \-~Bitehoad of Pittsburg, admin- j Diplith-rfa Fatal I isiorins the nuptial blessing. Mr. f Albert Fcrenct, 1] ye-trs'old, 5 r n of' 1011 Mrs ' Alcorn ^' iu make : a short I Mi and Mrs. Michael Fe.rence of thel w e d d i n s lrip east ·ft est Side, died yesterday at the fam-1 w l n be at ?°TM e j residence in North Second «iTM»t I whore the bndegroom \lcorr.-Stanficr. Miss Lou Jesse Staufier, daughter which they assistant Photo shows Mrs. J. V. Htird on tha Unks at Pinehurst, K. C., where sho won the gold medal for the best qualifying scores in the St. Valentine's gnlf tournament As Miss Dorothy Camphell, Mrs. Hurd "won the national and International ciiamplonsnlp --ataong woman golfers.. to feel FreshandFit --you must keep your stomach well, your liver active, the bowels regular, and your blood pure. Your physical condition depends on the health of these organs. ; When anything goes wrong just take a few doses of Beechain's PUls and avoid any serious illness. They are a fine corrective aad tonic for the system, and a great help in maintaining good health. A single box will prove the remedial value of Frrtts In I,isf. The name of Eugene Fretts has been added to the list of draftees from Dia- j trict 2, who are to leave next Sunday i for Camp Lee, Patronize those who advertise, Chief Bowers Better. The condition of Chief ot Police- W. B. Bowers, who was taken ill on Thursday with gaJ3 stones, is reported improTed. Seottdale Frnperty Sold. i The Scottdale Savings Trust com- i pany has sold to Mary Donnelly and' Winifred Donnelly of Scottdale, a property in Scottdale for J2,OOQ. Thej sale was made April IS,

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