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April 24, 1918

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PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, COtNNKLLSVli^Ji, I J A. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24. 1918. APPEALS DOCTORS THE FIRST ROTARY CLUB IN FAYETE ORGANIZED HERE Rev. Perry Alurdick- pastor of the ! burg, and George Lieb, son of MJT. and Fira Methodist Episcopal church, Mrs. Aflam Lieb o[ South. Counells- Bellcvue, Pa., will officiate at ine mor- nago of Miss .Marian Munson. daughter of the late -Mr.' and Mrs. John Mun- villc, were quietly married this morning at 7 o'ciocfc in the Immaculate Conception church. Rev. Father John Fayettc County .tsfced fo Furnish Share of 7,000 Deeded. AnoLher appeal is being made to the physicians of the country to enlist in the Medical .Reserve corps. Dr. H. ./. Ml of Dawsor. has received a com- continued HYnn, r.ttre One. raunication from the- medical depart- _ . _. ment of ihe Council-of National De-! m1 PTM^""TM; to mcrease the, e^- tensa calling upon 7.000 doctors in the* C ' OB 7 ° E Ambers by the exchange country to enter the service. ' ° f . ld «" °". d »"·?"«*= methods; to The communication urges that the SUI " ula e lhe doslre ° f ^ raombe . r physician, of each district hold a ^f ^TMi ^toCTM1S "St son of Connelisville, and Sergeant! T. Burus, officiated. The l.rido was John Carroll Bierer. son of Mr. and ', attended hy Mis Rose Adam^a, a nurse Mrs. W. P. Bierer of Uniomown. to!at the Cottage Stale hospital. Thorn- be solemnized tiiis evening in ibe home ' as Lieb, a brother-of the bridegroom, uf the bride's uncle and aunt. Mr. and , was beat man. The bride for the past Mrs. Prank Young in Bellevue. The wedding-is to be very small and no two years was operating nurse at the Cottage State hospital, and has a num- wedding trip will be taken because the · ber of friends here. Following the bridegroom has only a 10-day fur- j ceremony a prettily appointed wed- lougn. from Camp Lee. There will be ding breakfast was served in the,new- no attendants. The bride is a promi- ly furnished home o£ tie bride and nent soioist and a membe'- of the bridegroom in the Masonic apart- younger . social set of Connellbville. j men!;,. South Pittbburg strecu The J. 0. C. class of the .Methodist She was graduated from Bc.ivev college, Beaver, Fa., and is a soloist at. the Trinity Lutheran church. Sergeant Bierer was graduated 'Saturday from the Third Officers' Training camp at Camp Lee, Petersburg, Va., and is a candidate for a commission as second lieutenant in the National Episcopal Sunday school will give a 10-cent tea Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Morris Custer, Snyder street. The Women's Bible class of the meeting' at the first opportunity to consider the appeal. .The' appeal wili be considered by the Fayettc cotinty physicians at the next meeting of the Fayette County Medical society to be hold on the Srst Thursday night in May. TOKIftHT FOE MKUTUJMOT DLMVOftTH. Office employes of the American JEanganese company at Dunbar will give a dinner tonight at the Arlington hotel la honor of Lieutenant Montgomery Dtlwortli of Company D. 110th. Regiment, who is spending a furlough with his parents, Mr. ami Mrs. D. K. Dilworth, of East Washington avenue. Army. At the expiration of his fur- Methodist Episcopal Sunday school lough he -will return to Camp Lee to remain until the 80th Division is ordered to France. James Munson, a brother of the bride, -will attend the wedding. Officers as follows were elected at the regular meeting of the I. X. L.' Bible class of the- United Presbyterian church heid last nigh', at the home ot the teacher. Mrs. W. H. Francis in Johnston avenue: President. Miss Mabel Skiles: 'rice president, llrs. John Lowry; secretary. Miss will meet tomorow at -30 o'clock at the parsonage. PERSONAL. Mr. and Mrs. William Filcer of Duquesne, were callcl here this morning by the illness of John Reese, a relative. The best place to shop alter all Brownell Shoe Co.--Adv. Mrs. S. M. May underwent an operation yesterday at the Mercy hosital, ElfSIGJf unajEK HAS Ji-ETUIUTED TO DUTY Ensign John C. Biiler has returned I to Norfolk, Va.. after spending a 10- ( ' day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Bixler of Scottdale. Be thrifty and save; there's no bet- Anna Jamieson: treasurer. Mrs. John '" way than by attending our sales. White. The class decided to con- 'Brownell Shoe Company.--Adv.-24-lt tmue to meet on Thursday afternoon ' Everything that's new m style and at the Red Cress rooms to stw for the ' fabric for ^tms-l have it. Look soldiers. There was a Iar 6 e attend- '·«" ° ver - D *TM Co , hm ' Tail "T*f r - anco and at the close of the business \ *"· H - T - Beasel was m p ' ttsbur S meeting Mrs. Francis serve,! refresh- yesterday. ·ments. The next meeting w,ll be heid , Cut P r '« s ° n /", °" r foot " ear fo Tuesday evening. May 14. at the home men - woai!11 and calldren - B of Miss Anna Jamieson in South Con- Shoe, Company.--Adv. 4-lt. r.ellsville. The T. C. T. Fancy-work club was Early cabbage and tomato plants now ready. P. K. DeMuch Sons.-- Adv.--23-5t. Miss Emma Ros,e Hunker of Pitts- rK!TTSTOTT!f EOT LS TBAXSFEKBED "v"ord has been received by Miss Margaret French of Prittstown of the transfer of Otha L. Wermer from Camp Lee. Va., to Carop Laurel, Md., sciontiKifig oC acquaintance as an opportunity for service and as an aid lo success, and to quicken the interest of each member in. the public welfare of his commcuitj', and to cooperate ! with otliers in its civic, social, com-I nieroal and industrial development. Everywhere Rotary clubs have been organized they have become very potent factors in doing worth while tilings for their respective communities, through cooperation with or gat- ting behind uvrry movement for tho betterment of the home town, state and country. The ircKeef.port Rotanans who motored to Connallsvillo to take part In organization of the local club, and wbo expressed themselves as delighted with their reception and tho encouraging siart made toward the introduction of Rotarlan principles and practices in the First City of Payette, were as: follows: 0. M. Hunter, R. W. Junker, W. J. McCaiF, James A. Penney, J. E. Jen-- kins, C. S. "W'iederhold. Edward Babcock, H. T. Gilchrist, D. S. Junker, J. A. Russell, C-oorgc A. Bedell, J. D. Evans. J. S. Finley, Roy K. DaJrymple, C. S. Myers, A, F. Quick. J. 0. Bynwm. John Caskey. Herman Lottis, J. H, Company A 601st Engineers. H o w a s ( w i l R _ ',_ Du , R p _ Junker among the draftees who left for camp on February 23. STiCKEI, tS TRANSFERRED TO Till: SIGNAL Word retired by A. O. Stoae from WilHarc SUiiel, a Tonner Boy Scout of Troop 2. who recently enlisted in the quartermaster's corps, says that he has been transferred inio tbe Signal Corps and is stationed at Camp Wood. N*. Y. He is now endeavoring to be transferred to the radio depart- and C. B. Jones. The charter membera ot the Connellsville club are: ! J. L. Kvuns, J. J. Thompson, Charles j B. FranSs, W. R. Scott. W. D. UcG-in- '. W, Wright. Dr. J L Coehran, . , . .\uss r^mnia ivu:te J^UURCI ui A n.^ T« If H n C ,, l a f l K 6 T l n S burs is visiting a*r sister. .Mr,. Bari Winifred Durnell ai her home in fast Patterson avenue. Fifteen i bara Heurich of Greenwood aud other perons were present and spent the ' relatives here. I Our eight days' sale started off with Ruth will entertain .the club l a TM% TM"^· R^'J US( Tuesday evening. May 7. at her home | ,^ ' ' h ' monijn .n west Patterson Avenue. ! f m e r a l of Mrs H c The B. B. Crochet club oC Wheeler met last evening at the 'ho'nc of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kincell at Wheeler. Refreshments were served and a delightful time was had. Thr members of the club are Jennie Virgilo, Loret- ta'Miller, Virginia Mitts. Martha Virgilo. Miss Evelyn Klnccll. Wist, Edna Mae Kincell, Mips Mary Thomas, Miss Georgeinna Krlley, Miss Helen Getz. Miss Madeline Watson, Miss Elizabeth Grenaldo. «t to Con- aUend ^ Our Oxfords, tJ-es and pumps for Tvomen are tho prettiest foot dressing ever shown. Come and see. Crow- ley-Mestrezat Co.--Adv.--23-6t. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Milier are spend- MRS. M'CAIRNS HONORED AlTerffln Folks Help HIT Olehrato Birthday Anniversary. Robert Norris. W.' 0 Adrian, J. E. Angle, R. S. Matthews. K. B. Zimmerman. V. J. Clark, W. P. Schenck. J. H. Lsvrlcr. J. Fred Kurtz. K. T. Norton, J. W. McClaren and John Ju. Gans. CAPTAIN STAYTON WILL BOOST NAVY AT RALLY TONIGHT In honor of her birthday, whicli is Ministerial Association Backinfr today. Mr.=. James McCairns, a well known resident of the West Side, was tendered a delightful surprise last mcnt Fostorwi by lie Kdrrin S. Torter ?iavy Lcaimf UrnnclL High school students, their parents. eevning when 15 membeis of the L a - j and all relatives of men in the army dies' Foreign Missionary society of t h e and navy are invited to hear the ?(i- Methodist Episcopal church at A i v e r - ' dress of Captain William H. Stayton, ton ascmbled at her borne in North Sixth street to assist in celebrating the happy occasion. The gathering was in thr form of a handkerchief shower. The evening was, .spent in a very en- ijoyabie social manner. Refreshments, at the high school auditorium tonight at 8.15 o'clock. This hour has been decided upon instead of 8.30. Captain SUyton. a graduate, of the naval academe at Annapolis and for many years au officer in the United States navy, brings a message to tbe yB in every month to save- money on. your footwear. Siart now. j consisting of sandwiches and caicc,, people of llovmtillsviile--a message brought by the gue-sts, and coffee, pro- | tilled \vith nffiVial facts about the wnr Shoe Company.--Adv.--24-) t. R. W. Leiberger left this morning for Philadelphia on business. Go to the Yough Mouse Restaurant j f o r your Wedneacay supper. Chicken "The Minister's Wife's New Bonnet" an d waffles. .Mr?. C. J. Armstrong.-- ·will be presented at the Christian , ^,J T 23-21. church by-thc choir Thursday evening ; ilra James McCairns, who has been under the direction of James Charlesm at hot . home ;, Nonh Slxth 5 t re et, worth, the church organist. The plot west Side, is able to be about in the has to do with toe refusal of the min- , house. ^^ ister's wite to go as delegate to a con- Better act quick if you wish to get vention because her bonnet is out of ; )n on ollr cight daj . 5 . spcc i a ] pale Tho siyle. The cast is as follows: "Mm- ' tirap Is cct ti ng pi^rl. Brownell Shoe isier," Byron Porter; "minister's , Company.--Adv.- 2/,-H. wife," Mrs. E. S. Marsh; members of M r?. Richard Coulter, wife nf Brisa- the sewing circle. Miss Hazel Marsh. I s i r r General Richard Connor, and Miss Helen Hailc, Miss Hva Show-^ babv Eajma. r a v o arr jvod ai their man, Mrs. John J. Knos, Mrs. P. R. , home in GropnRlmrs after spending Wcitner, Miss 'Kdna Harmo-i and .Mis.s, t ho winter in Augusta, Ga. Cora Charlesworth; oth-rs. Jesse, You can save from r .ir to ?1.SO the Barnes. Edward Bishop. Edward Cris- , pair dunnc our eight day* of special Up and Mr. Charlesworlb. who plays , selling. BrownoM Shoe comnany.--,\dv tbe part of Professor High'.oice. The 1 2J-H. play will besin at S o'cloct. A good j Mrs. Donald M. Scntt and baby have sale of tickets is reported. sm! . , 0 pittshm-R in join Mr ' Scott. w who has taken a pofiHina r.s assislnnt I Mr5 - G - L - C - Richardson will be s u p Mlntpnrtrut of tho fmimlnr rfenarl- hostess at iho semi-montbly meeting m r n L of t h o ronr; . i n , I£ ;hi| n cnm . of the Woman's Culture club Monday r p a r r. Mrs. Seoft and bahv had been aftomoon at her home in South Pitts- h e r o Vi - UIl Mrs _ Srott parents. Mr. burg street. A nominaimg conunittec , aTld Mrs rj^niel Sinnlair. will be appointed and officora for the ( Got t b e h a b j t of ;:t(cu d;n^ our ciffht' ensuing year will be elected at the-days' sale each month-start now and next meeting. Child "Welfare Day watch votir M , or b i l ] q decrease, will be observed. The program is as Brownrli Shon Company.--Adv.-24-11 follows: Music; "How tht- Child Develops." Mrs. S. P. Asbe; "Character Building," Mrs. J. L. Coehran; "Faults and Their Remedies," Mrs. R. C. . Loron; "Art and Literature in Child | Life." :vrrs. 'H. T. Crosslaad; "Other" People's Children," Mrs. "W". S- Be- ]?anna. The annual meeting of the club will be held Monday. May 33, at the home ot Mrs. G. W. Campbell. The annual reception will be held on May vided by Mr.-,. McCairns, were served. Wbile a resident of Alvcrton. Mrs. McCairns organi2ed the Ladies' Foreign Missionary society there, inrt ia known as the "mothor" of the society. EAG PRESENTATION St, AJoysins School nt Dunbar fa be Recipient Friday. Attorney James R. Cray of Uruon- town ·will present St. Aloysms school at Dunbar with a beautiful American flag Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Sometime ago Mr. Cray also presont- cd the public schools ot tho borough of Dun bar with a Gaff. A number of L T nionto^n lawyers vriil Ec CM hand to speak. An invn.U-ion is estrndod (o th' 1 proplr or Dunbar and vicinity 10 b-" 1 situaUon. and a plea to Americans to get solidly behind the administration, and holp win the war quickly and at tho smallest possible cost. The meeting tonight, which la under the auspices of the Navy League, is onr of five lar^fl meetings held in Western Pennsylvania, and Captain Stayton comes to Connelis- ville because of the splendid work of this branch of the league. Captafn Stayton w:If impress on his audience the fact that the army is absolutely dependent upon the shipping board and navy. The abipping board roust build shsps faster or the array \vill not be properly equipped ami supplied with the- rc i cf"=Fary am- m u n i t i o n . The n n \ y musi, convoy snfoly ti» Franco thp mil!inns of sol- dir-n; and m i l l i o n s of tons of bcforp vic'ory ran rom THE STOKE AHEAD." The HOME of QUALITY and SEPVICE 129 to 133 N PITTSBURG St CONNELLSVILLE. PA. BUTTEKTCK PATTEBSS* nmversar Hosiery Loins' fast black lisle Hose, full regular mado linen toe and heel, size? Mfc to ID. Mil] price today 25c. Anniversary Sale price 19c per pair. Children's fine ribbed fast black Hose in all sixes, double heel, toe and knee. .Mill price today 20c. Anniversary Sale price 15c per pair. Ladies' fast black inoca lisle Hose, f u l l regular made linen toe and heel, sizes S^z to 10. Mil! price today 3.5c. Anniversary SaJe price "25c per pair. Our Waist Specials SPECIAL NO. 1--1 doz. Ladies' "VTaiats, made oC fine quality Voile, both plain and striped, flixes 36 to 46. Mi:i price today 70c, Anniversary SaJe price 59c each. SPECIAL NO. 1 dor. Ladies- Waists. made in fine quality Voile, both plain and stripes, high or low- neck, sJzes 36 to 46. .Mill price today 75c. Anniversary Sale price (J!c each. SPECIAL NO. 3--1 doz. Ladies' Waists, made in One quality Voile, high or low neck, sizes 36 to 46, Mil] price today ?3.QO. Anniversary Sale price 79c each. Lace Curtains, Scrim White and Cream Scrim Curtains, lace trimmed, full length and vridth, a very fine quality. Mill price today |!.50. Anniversary Sale price 51.19 per pair. Finr Wliite Larc Curtains, full length and width, excellent quality. Mill price today $1.65, Anni- \c-rt;ary Sale price ?3.39 por pair. Curtain Scrim in White and Cream, hemmed cdgp, f u l l 36 inches wide. Mill price loday ISVe. Anniversary-Sale price 15c per yd. Cunain Madras in Cream and White, full 36 inch-s wide. .Mill price today 35c. Anniversary Sale price 25-' per yard. Highly Favored Frock Styles With tho graceful straight linos as the prevailing mode, we are presenting each day a series of models that are individual and style-different as can he. For example, a navy bun 1 crepe dress with contrasting trimming, colored large bead buttons, dutch neck ?.nd over skirt effect--a plain, simple, but effective style. A serge freely trimmed with satin, with belt, and bow finish; §quare neck and buttons. Another model, straight line but with jow blouse and safab. This style is trimmed raadarine style with Scotch plaid. Voile--Indian Head Linen--Muslin White Voile, 36 inches wide, a fine sheer weave. Mill price today IK C7c. Anniversary Sale price 33c per yard. The well known brand--Indian Heart Linen, 3G incncs wide. Mill prirr nrtay 26 J ic. Anniversary Sale price 17c per yard. Colored Voiles. 27 inches wide; in checks, stripes, aoral designs, pink, blue, tan and paisley effects. ."\fili price today 10%c. Anniversary Sale price 16 2-3c'per yard. Bleached Muslin, 36 inches wide, good quaaity. Mill price loday 2lc. Anniversary Sale price l5 J /sc per yard. White--A Smart Hat Style Tbere are many hundreds of ver.r smart people wbo maintain that no hat is so smart and exclusive as the all white hat. White Hats are out on Fifth avenue, New York and tomorrow we place on exhibition, and salo a larpc collection which is received w i t h i n ;be hour of this writing. Prices range from $-J.!Jo to ?20.00. House Dresses-Aprons House Drebset. prey and blue checks and stripes in Gingham and Percale, all guaranteed fast colors and the best v, orkmanship that tan be had. Sixes 36 to 42 only. Mill price today $1.30. Anniversary Salo price f)5c each. Coverall Apron?, button dtnm side, made by the host Apron manufacturers only, made in Percale and Gingham :n light and dark colors, sizes 38 to 46, f u l l lengths. Miyll price today $3.00. Anniversary Sale price GSc each. Children's Goods Children's AYhitr and Colored Dresses in Gingham, Percale and Crepe, in plaids, stripes and chocks, sizes 2 to 6 years, ail well made and nicely trimmed with Bilk braid, guaranteed fast colors. Mill price today $1.00. Anniversary Sale price 59c each. ! i 25 dozen Rompers in Gingham, j Percale, Linene and Chambra, plain j colors, stripes and checks, sizes 1 to G years, fast colors. Mill pnce today 75c. Anniversary Sa":C price 49e each. ! present on the occasion. The school ( Thus, thr* arny is dependent u p o n ! " ! children will render a number of pat-| both the aluppmR board and the navy.j 'ifjtir selections. Tf the vreathrr is tin-! and both should hav e the fullest ccn-f Reasonable the affair ·will be held m- ' doors. IS Mrs. R.- G. Graham of Johnstawn, formerly of Connelisville, will entertain the G. I. A. Knitting unit tomorrow evening at ihe home of her moth. Mrs, George Gamble. Pittsburg street in South. The regular social meeting of the Daughters of Isabella was held last evening in the Parochial school hall. Band No. "3, in charge o? Mias Hilda Smith, entertained. The evening was spent knitting for the Red Cross. A dainty lu?ch.eon was served. Patriotic features.* prevaifed in decoration an»i favors. On account of the Livery Loan ac- SAFETY^! RALLY 11 bo Held at IHcberson Ran Y. 3L C. X Thursday Kvcnfnc. A Safety First meeting will be held in the auditorium, of the V. M. C. A. at Dickerson Run Thursday evening, April 25, at 8 o'clock. There will be several taDcs on accident prevention and motion pictures with the subject. All are invited to attend the meeting. The rally is being held by the Dick- erpon Run terminal committee, composed of C. E. Relnhard, J. K. Evans, V,'. H. Addis, J. -L. Blair, J. C. Bro-wn, Isaac Blair, C. A. Carlson. J. K. Colbert, A. R. Cooley, C. L. Cramer, Lloyd Forsythe. H. G. Harris, W. R. Hart- ·fc'ick, A. B. Joseph, G. G. Levergood, S. "W. Mong and J. F. Montgomery. Conn-Am. SMITHFIELD. April 24.--Robert Conn and Miss Anna Arn were quietly married at tbe Baptist parsonage by Rev. "W". M. Ryan Monday evening- The g'oom is a son 01 Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Conn of 5prmgb.il! township. ' tmin;)jiirt,' Catholic School tu l-'our Year fours* 1 . Saint Jo.inph's academy- at Srtou , j n the war ^i hill. Groer.rburi;. has been laiserl by the stair j'mhoritiop to the f u l l rank of a Catholic- younp women.'? coll-'pe. Heretofore · this well known old Catholic institution only gave its students instruction in the freshman and sophomorr years. Now St. ,1oreph's w i l l be enabled to give its students t h e complete four year course H is now the nnly woman's Catholic ccil- lepe in V csiein Pcnnpylvaiiia, iherc being a n o t h e r Catholic j o u n g v.-oi.i- afl's college in the eastern parr of Uie state. fiUrnco and backing "3t 'ho people as | a, wholr. , I n reply to the toiesram sent by 1 Mr. Smvlb yesterday Captain Stayton j |ytatrd that hi ' and ondcavcr U soruro tbe G l m s shoeing scenes 'n n.ivy life and the 1 various kinds or phtps now in service ' ::. 0 " 1 l,!ir. t "° B "l c !' Get Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets MISS BESSIE MAY TROLP. Following a week's illness Miss Bessie May Trump, 38 ears old, daughter of Charles A. Trump and ' That is the joyful cry of thousands' Mrs ; Is , abc " e llx)c ' "ed last cvemng .since Dr. Edwards produced Olive Tablets,' at lho fsmll 5" i-os-.dcncc. No 226 North ; the substitute for caJome?. ArcJj street. ID adduion to iior par_. ,, .. ... , , . . . . , , I Dr. Edwardg, apracticiDgphysician for ; i?n!i Miss Trump is survived by one The Conncllsv.lle .Mmist-nal As-, ,, years and catemel'slfi-ldme enemy, s.ster. Miss Marv Belle Trump at sor.auoD is iKucking Captain Star/ton's .discovered the formula for Olive Tablets home, "uncral Friday afternoon at address and the movement to gain \vhile treating patients lor chronic coa-S O ' c iock ^^ ening ho that at; may have the opportunity to hear the lecture. From ai! inihfitinns, there w i l l bo .1 record attendance ai thr t'.iidknnmii tonisbt.. Th« hish school clnrus led hy JJ. j'clock from tbe house. wi-Ji Rev. n · · I · .1 ·- « H. l^mbertson of the Methodist DTlnging ITOH 10 tfl8 rTOQl courage, men \v:i.h and No griping is the "keynote" of these i -- -,,i . , ,. ,, little BUgar-coated, olive-colored tablets. .MRS RUTH ANN BUJtKETT .« CTVa to bue - : the linc and £° They causa the bowels and liver to act i Rcv . F ;i], h B. Burgess of the Trinity °ver-llio-lop" have rich, red bkjod normally. They never lorce them to , ,,,,,._.., ,,,.,,..,,. n ^,.; f .^ ,, ,, , i-o^ranpr through their veins. This unnatural action. ' 1 ^ v r n , r, , , L ' lood milst Cont3 ' :n about as much Hyou have a "dark brown mouth" now c ' a - *; -\-._ muli Anna nurKcu hold i l o n .^ there js in a commoll j^. Summer Normal. There will be a live Summer School at South Connellsvillo. Pa. The session will open May 6, and continue six weeks, closing with county examination for teachers. All common, branches, voice culture, = and vocal music, etc., will be taught, j A class la methods o£ teaching will j roceive especial attention. ' ^ocnl tnion Has $."iOO o!' Funds in We can. loan books to a limited num- Liberty Hwids. ber who attend this school. For fur-' connellsvilie Local No! 32, 0 C the Hanland. w i l l npen the meeting with CARPENTERS INVEST 1 1 T l U e s ' b ( r e iliss Arn's home The yMing u , - a. e s-Ming c o u p e ecame ac- South Side TSuchre club ha.- been post- | ted wLi , e l t ., n .y Bpthany . poned to Tanrsday night, May :. . 1 Ui . se . A , , ho cm ., p)E ,; on ot the ' tier intonation address .^C.BeahB,, Qwitofi' union, last evening to take out ?SOO in the Third Liberty Loan. The union has ?200 in the second A. JI., Princial, ConneHsvillc. Pa.-A*'. 13 ired. tf. Orchestra Danci;. A feature orchestra dance will be in Moundsville, held by the Thursday Night club in ouple became ac-. Ihe Standard ciub rooms,- Uniontown. j | Thursday evening, April 25. Music by ' loan and besides this has put ?200 in War Stamps. Frank McCarty Dies. Frank McCaity. a member of the A .UY-UTCE 15 TEICE S T H M A 25c--50c--flM ,, . ' , , ,, term at Eothany tjiey returned to Mane Cleary of Greens- j the . r re ,, pf . ctivD h ^cs. Scon after Mr. Coun waf drawn for service in ths selective draft and wap among the first from this community to i enter training at Camp Lee, Va. He- I procured a furlough and they diet | w . h ,| e he was OI , route herc and Misi ·Am accompanied him to his home, ·where the arrangement were in prep- ,'arat£on for the happy event ,e Bowers' right-piece Jazz orchestra. | Un10ntown police' force tor the past -·Dancing 8.30 to 12.00.--Adv.-24apr2t. - · Try our classified aJvertissnents, CASTOR IA For Infants and CaHjiren In Use For Over 30 Years 12 years, and founder of the Uniontown Playground association, 'died this j morning at 4 2 3 o'clock at his home. I Mr. McCarty was at one time chief of | the UniontowE polics force, but at the ; time of his death vras a patrolman. tt is fortunate that Dr. Pierce and 4is staff of able physicians at the ,, i .1 ·«· i»i i ~c Tne stork 'isiicil the . home of Surgical institute in Bufi'alo, N. Y., Tour Money Is «ie_nealtli ot lour UelUenam and M r b Don u I)rookfi inave found a combination of iron Country. !1n gouth p lttsbllrB stree; lLl[ . , .,,, .and herbal extracts that gives the The money that you save is a home . j ng and le ( t a Daughter. ihe first child' 3t ? ma ; c!l t? ne . iortiilos the blood defense. With the money that our j JR ti e f am i]y. Mrs. Brooks before' w '. t ' 1 ' r . 0!1 in a f° rm that it can be people save and deposit in Savii Accounts, our Government can ""' i in me latniiy. .Mrs. ±srooK.s before 1WI jiy;i m a iutm tuciL it, caii uc ·ings ; bor marriage was Miss Helen Norris, · token i:lto the system. You need Pro-! a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert i - neT S? ana " pep ·' every day. You our countr', when it is in circulation., Save money as well as food, clot'jing and fuel. Deposf. your savings with The Citizens National Bank, 130 N.! || Pittshurg street, where it will be safe 1 and secure and will earn interest--- Never mind how often you have tried j · - ' and failed, you can stop turning, itching, eczema quickly by_applying a little ^crao ' fc sixty cents the vial. Send Doctor -- ! Piercers Surgical Institute in Buffalo, " " '''J r"?rkc""* Adv. Granted 31rrinpe License. Father Succeeds Son. Upon petition of property owners i mo - men t 2cmo ; 3 applied. "faaVhorttimc of the Second irara oC uniontOTvn,,ns Ua jiy every trace of eczema, tetter, Charles M. Fee, Sr., was yesterday, pimples, rash, blackheads and similar appointed ; udge o£ election m that, skin diseases trill be removed. · · · - · · - . For clearing the skin and nttlcing it Classified Adrerttsements Brins results. Cost only le a word. Always bears the Signature of I Hunting Bargains 1 1 You will find liem In our ad. columns. 1 Harry Houston, resigned. · . jgister assessor oE the nrst precinct: others fail it is the one dependable , of Washington township to succe*jdi dent forsfcia troubles of all kindk The- E. W.KOS; Co, Clevdani a WOULD IJUIOKLT REtlEVE IT Hi. meooo.

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