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"PAGE'TWO. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1918 § ; £}· %:i The South Side community prayer meeting will be held tomorrow night at 8 o'clock at'the home of Mrs. Orpha " Sliger'in Patterson'avenue instead xrf .IMe-homeToftMrs. W. .C. Cooper. .. ..Hrs. Marry'yanstone, Mrs. Martin King and Mrs. 'William Bruce are ' representing' the' Grand- International auxiliary of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers at a union, meeting -which is being heM today at Glen- The weekly jneeting^of the Business ·Women's Christian association will be held tonight in Odd. Fellows' temple. South PittsBurg street. ".."Invitations have been received here and at Dawson for the annual com- m~ehcement. exercises of the Scottdale HgE-scKooU-to be .held Wednesday evening:. -May- 23, la the Seottdale - -Business of a routine nature was InBiwcted at ; the regular meeting of iK^ptaan'sv.Guiia. of. the. Trinity" Ejiscopa^ churcii hold last evening at- the borne .of Mrs. -.!.. TV. Brown in Sycarnqre^strect. There was a large attendance, and the meeting' was one L "MRS 1 . T..SCOTT DUNN. .Following a lingering illness Mrs. Jane"Ann'.Murphy Dunn, 70 years old, ·wife of T. Scott Dunn, died today at. noon at the family residence, No. 31-1 South Eighth street, Greenwood. Mrs. Dunn's illness dated hack to last October, and despite the best of medical attention and care, death resulted. She underwent an operation in the ·Samaritan · .hospital iu Philadelphia last December and, following her dis- charge'from the hospital she was taken to the home of her son-in-law, Dr. J. O. Arnold, in Philadelphia, where she remained until April 1. when, accompanied by .Mr. Dunn and .Mrs. Arnold, rouirned^tp her Greenwood home. Short funeral services will be held from .the house,Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock,';,'followed by services at. 2.30 ..o'clock- at the Flatwoods church. I'Rev. Anderson, pastor o£ the United Presbyterian church of Philadelphia'," and "an intimate friend of tlie Dunn family, assisted by Rev. Myers, pastor of the United Presby_ _ terian" church at Laurel Hill, and of interest. - The next meeting will be j Re »". W. J. Ererbart. pastor of the ;;. : Don't Poison Baby. i W~^OETT TEARS AGO almost every mother thought her child must hare f PAREGORIC or laudanum to make it sleep. These drags wili produce I sleep, and a FEW DEOPS TOO MANY will produce the SLEEP FROM WHICH THERE IS NO WAKING-. Many are the children who have been killed or whose health has been ruitted for life by paregoric, laudanum and morphine, each o£ which is a narcotic product of opium. Druggists are prohibited from selling either of the narcotics named to children at all, or to anybody without labelling them," poison." The definition-of " narcotic " . is: '.'A medicine which relieves pain and produces.sleep, but which in poisonous dotes produces stupor, coma, convulsions and death'." The/ taste and smell of medicines containing opium are disguised, and sold trader I the names ; of "Drops," "Cordials," "SoothingSyrups," etcJ Yon should not permitany medicine to be given to your children without you or your physician know of what nVis composed. C ASTORIA DOES SOT CONTAIN NAECOTICS, if it-bears the signature of Chas. H. Fletcher. dcnulnc Casloria always bears the signature 300,000 SELECTWES TO BE CALLED TO THE COLORS THIS MONTH Order May lie Jssuwl This Week: Be! lievi'd'l'iial 1,000,000 Soldiers WD1 lie in France by July 1. WASHINGTON. May 2.--Preparations are In progress in the office of Provost Marshal Crowder for the issuance of a call, probably before toe end ot this week, for 300,000 selective men to be sent to the National Army (Franco, the first since his arrival at were laid (or the drattec, his mother, Mrs. Lydia Marietta, and his two sis- tors, Misses Gertrude and Violol Marietta, 'ot Mill Run; Mr. and Mrs. Harry P. Moon and two children, and Mr. and Mrs. Z. S. Moon and family. Hubert Marietta, a brother of Harold Clayton Marietta, expects to be called into the service soon. .FIRST LKTTJJB rnoji "Jim," SHERJIAS BE A GILES FlOiUE. Mrs. W. P. Sherman has received a letter from her hustoand. a member of Hospital Unit. L, now on duty in cantonments now .being emptied by the transportation of troops abroad. The whole number of draftees will not bo called at one time but will be divided into contingents with intervals ot several days between the calls. The ;: % held at the. home of Mrs. William :: Bruce in South Conneltsville. -- " "Annouucemeat-has been made ai :; :-- HLe marriage ~6f Miss Naomi Davies, " daughter of Mr. and Mrs'.'James t. Davies of Uniontown, formerly of ;; _ .Cpnnellsvill'e. and ^ John C. Reisingor, ;. - former Second ward alderraan. in Un- ioatown, solemnized Saturday, Febru- ;; ary 16, In the Groat" Bethel Baptist church, Uniontown. Hey. J. S. Brom: ley. the pastor, officiated. The bride : is a granddaughter of the late Mr. and ' Mrs. Almond Marietta ..of Connells- vilie, and has a number of friends iiis present station. A letter written aboard ship, and mailed upon landing, has not yet reached its destination. "Bill" is well and interested itt ai! his new experiences except the restrictions placed by the censor upon tbe things that may be told In letters. local United Presbyterian church, will i sain that has been possible to make officiate. Interment in Flatwoods i ln Providing overseas transportation - -uro riimn u-= m» r,r fi,o i makes it possible to advance the date ,. ,. ,Mrs. Dunn «a s one of.t,- Q[ ^ ^{^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ BMBARATIOJf CAMP The exact, number of American I Mr. and Mrs. "W. C. Cooper of Hous- 60 TO SEE SON AT best-knowh residents of Greenwood ana .was widely known in Duubar and FranfcHn townships, most of her married life being spent on a farm in the latter township. By. her kind and gentle manner she won the friendsbip and esteem of all with whom'she came in conpact. Mrs. Dunn was born in Perry township September 27, 1848, a daughter of William R. and .Margaret Murphy. March 11,1869, she was married to T.-Scott .Dunn who, with the following children, -survive: Mrs. J. ·lere. The bridegroom, is a. member i °- Arnold, wile of Dr. Arnold of Phila- ie medical unit, stationed at New-j delphia; \[rs. "W. B. Downs of Connellsville; T. B. Dunn-and W. R. Dunn of Flatwoods; J. H. Dunn, of Union'^.-Officers for the ensuing year will be elected at .the monthly meeting of .the Saturday Afternoon club of Van- VlerbOt,.to be held Saturday afternoon at 2.30 'o'clock at the tome ot Mrs. J. H.TIazlett at Vanderbilt. Miss Marie McBurney is leader. 'The program is as follows: "Seview of Recent Legislation." Mrs. D. C- White: "Women in .Industry," Mrs. G. M. Strickler; read- .Jng. Mrs. S. W. Dunn; current topics, Mrs. 'W. E Kelley. Mrs. W. H. Parkhill. The annual reception and musicale of the club will be held in June. PERSONAL. James Cummings of Acme, formerly of Connellsville, was in town this town. -Ona Rankin of sister,' Mrs. Elizabeth Burgettstown, and 11 grandchildren also survive. Mrs. Dunn was a devout member of the United Presbyterian church at Laurel Hill, having united -with the church 48 years ago. Mrs. Dunn had been a resident.of Greenwood for the past nine years, moving there from Franklin- township. IRVINE E.. G. .MILLER. The funeral of Irvine E. G. Miller will take place from his father's residence in New street. South Connells- i ville, tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock '·n-ith Magic Council No. 1GB, Jnuior [Order United American Mechanics, in morning on hfe return from Fhiladel" j charge." Interment will, be in Hill P_ 1 _ a _ | Grove cemetery. The deceased is sur- Mrs. Lloyd. Mountain and son, William, of Confluence, were shopping in town yesterday.' Miss. Mollie Lewis and Miss Elizabeth Madden of Vaaderbilt were in Pittsburg yesterday. Mrs. John J. Driscoll is spending the day in Pittsourg. Sergeant Msjor andVlirs. Thomas Courtney "are visiting 'relatjves;in McKeesport, today. s~^ -/ -" Th« _best. j)l»tfe to shop after all. Brownell Shoe Co.--Adv. vived by his parents, and two brothers, H. N. Miller ot Connellsvillo, and S. R. Miller of Philadelphia. GIVEN GOLD WATCH B. .t 0. Men Handsomely Itcmember V J)ep'»rting"3Iaster Mechanic. "i R. Stewart; master mechanic at the Baltimore -· Ohio shops here,, has been proraoted;to be master mechanic at the Cumberland division shops. Mrs. J. Vf. Trenberth of South Con- JHe will be succeeded here by C. A. ' nellsvillc Is.a:Pittsburg:.visitor bxiay.. AlteJcl"Jeing.;cllscharged^Irom the Homeopathic tos[i;tal,:Pitisburs, Mrs. BIn5»r-"(X^Riiiger -of "Homestead . will cbme"5 jConiielisville to "visit I'or a the home of her mother, - Sidpw "of : Tenth streiit. · 'went- to-SewibMey last- night to ;attenil the-funeral of a relative, Rctoert; Layton; held this af- ternojni-trOTi.-tne family residence. Wanted--A-banic account is; good to have bat a suit made here is a thing of beauty xad a joy forerer. .Dave Cohen, Taflor.^-Adv. ^ ; Miu Madse Harper. Miss Hilda 'BrMgeom and'Bobert Mulac, who ris- ·ited ConneUsiUle"Soldier ..boys ,"irho ·are at an embarkation camp availing . orde'rs to lesive for "somewhere in ! Prance, arrived- borne this morning. iThey report'that ibe boys are all -anxious to leave.for doty ·6versea' Hugh Hnlac. a brother of.'Hobert Mnlac, is made many friends and also set a l» member of tbe 110th Begiinent band. Ttm JO»e CW*f. W. J. Heaihennan of Marine, Boons coemty, has been appointed chief of tie department'ot mlnes'iii West Vir- succeed Earl A. H«nry, whose office eipired December 31 . Tae new- cliief, who was gen- erai manager of the llaiin* Coal company, began his minkig experience"as ' ' " ^ . to the graduate* ot the 'Dawson pub- nc"schools will be delivered Sunday night In the Coclrran Memorial Meth- The -amma Jnccalaareate- ^ sermpn. ana wastrag'the lives of the boys in the trenches Is poor Better invest in a Liberty FOOD is steadily increasing -mong intelligent, people There's a Reason Cage, formerly assistant master mechanic." -·:':., . ' . : . On his return "from Somerset .yesterday 'afternoon on. Train No. 15. Mr. Stewart "was .called to the roundhouse. There . a . platform had been erected and the '.entire 'mechanical and office forces^ -were-"a6seTnbled. Mr. Stewart wasjpreaented-with a solid- gold- watch and chain- by the employes as a mark of appreciation and friendship.. Mr. Cphlpn, chief clerk, made the presentation and the master mechanic gave a short speech of thanks. , Superintendent M. H. Broughton introduced Mr. Cage, the* new master mechanic,- who spoke a few words. The. superintendent said all new and retiring master mechanics must buy extra Liberty Bonds and he saw to it that' the new officials did so. ' Mr; "Stewart became master mechanic here in November and since then has high' record for roundhouse work on this division. THANKS BOY SCOUTS Captain "W. H. Stayton Apprcciutcs -Iforfc Dose for Jfayj league. . In a letter received ; by Scout Com- misisoner .A. O. Stone' from Captain W: H. Stayton, who spoke on behalf of the Navy League here recently, he thanks the scouts of "the city who have aided the Navy"League on several occasions. The letter follows: "I have been advised by R. A. Neville and other Navy League members of'Connellsville branch, of Ui'e serv- joea gendered by the Connelbjville Boy Scouts, ..and"! .take this means of thanking you personally, for the services 'which'.-you, as;J3oy w Scouts, have rendered to the Navy League of the United States, and in this service you are -working for ^our government. "I regret that i cannot shake hands with each and" every one of you, and thank you personally, but as I am unable to do this, I hope that you will accept the meais which I must use. and in the future continue to use your best efforts to advance the cause for wiich our boys are fighting, and for which 'Old Glory' stands--liberty." troops now in France is a military ' ton avenue left last night for an em- secret, but Secretary Baker has au-j barkation camp to see th'cir son, thorized the statement that they number in excess of half a million. At the present rate ot movement it is expected that 1,000.000 American sol- dif;rs will be on French soil by July 1, and possibly 2,000,000 by the end of tho year. COEPOI1AL XAY IIKTDRXS TO CA3CP. Corporal L. S. Alay aas returned to Camp Lee after spending a five-day furlough at tbe home of his mother in South Arch street. VAS'DEHBIIT YOtJTH 1'RANSFEKKED TO FLORIDA. George S. Moore, who has been in training at Kelly Field, San Antonio, Tex., has been transferred to the 2JOth Aero Squadron at Darr Field, Arcadian, Fla., where he is attending an aviation school. Mr. Moore is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Moore. Clarence Cooper, a member of Company D, l]0th Regiment, who expects to leave soon for France. r.VBTT AT SCOTTDALE FOR SOLDIEH BOY. Mr., and Mrs. George S. Bixler gave RED CROSS MUSICALS Enjoyable Entertainment at Seottdale H. E. Chnreh Tomorrow Kiglit. On Friday evening. May 3, a very enjoyable musical entertainment is promised at the Methodist Episcopal church, under the auspices ot the Iris cjub. Miss Estelle Miller, with several students from the Pennsylvania College for Women, is providing a very fine program of music and readings. The proceeds ot the evening will be given'to the Red Cross, and it is hoped there will bo a large attendance, and that a very liberal offering will bo given. - ' Following are tbo patronesses: Mrs. J. P. K. Miller, Mrs. J. R. Campbell, Mrs. A. B. Loucks, -Mrs. W. S. Wiley, Mrs. G. F. Kelly. Mrs. Robert Mitchell, Mr.i. C. Lee Melllnger, Mrs. T. V. Dawson, Mrs. n. H. Parker, a prettily appointed dinner at their | Mrs _ W- H _ Glasgow Mrs . Eo d GIas . home at Seottdale m honor of Albert | Mrg H c B , ^ M z , McManis. who left Tuesday night for j Jacksonville, Fla., where he enlisted 1 in the Quartermaster's Corps. Mr. | McManis received many gifts from bis friends, among them a knitted outfit from the Scottdale Red Cross. Mrs. McManis, who is staying with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George S. Bixler, will join her husband later. Smith, Mrs. W. V. Wrjlteman, Mrs. F. K. Weddeil, Mrs. H. R. Newcomer, Mrs. C. S. Hall, Mrs. R. F. Grantbam, Mrs. F. J. Marshall, Mrs. 0. I. Hess, Mrs. Albert Keister, Mrs. J. I. Murphy, Mrs. J. E. Huttelmaier, Mrs. W. H. Clingerman, Mrs. Mary Loacks, Mrs. Come and | See · TKe HOME of QUALITY and SERVICE: 429 to 133 N PlTTSBURG St., CoNNELLSVILLE'.fA CONNELLSVILLE'S GREATEST STORE Come and See Trimmed Hats For women and misses--juat ·when wanted we offer the largest and most representative assortment of exclusive stylish trimmed Hats ever shown in the vicinity. Women who have been accustomed to shop in expensive establishments to secure hats in unusual quality and original in model will find it -to their advantage to come here and ' buy one or two of these exclusive stylish hats At $4.95, $6-95 and $7.95. Hundreds of fresh and pleasing Hats, large and small, Hats wing trimmed, rose trimmed, straws alone, straws with ribbons. Plenty of styles to choose from. Shapes for street or dress occasions. Sweet New Millinery FOR THE LITTLE TOTS Come! Bring the children--have them fitted out in one of the newest hats at money-saving prices. 9Sc, $1.25, 81.50 and $1.95. These hats at the above prices are not how cheap but how good in material and workmanship. Suits FOR WOMEN -AND MISSES Travel the town over, shop all around if you will,, but don't buy a suit until you see the wonderful values we are featuring At $22.50, $25.00 and $27.50. We advise you to come in good time. You will be amazed when you see the wonderful values we offer you in. suits at the above prices. Reme^nber you have choice of all the wanted colors and the newest models. Coats FOR WOMEN AND MISSES Coats of the richest aud most favored ir terials for the season's wear. Coats it will appeal to women or misses of the im discriminating taste. These Coats we ofi are inexpensive and exclusive in every c tail all the latest models and colors are h( and every woman or miss who will be f lunate enough to come and buy a coat ·« have reason to remember this event 1 many a day. You really can't conceive t real value of these"'beautiful coat's At $11.50, $17-95 and $22.50 Until you come and actually see them Bright, Cherry Curtains By all means let ushave lightness a brightness at the windows of the home cheer us on the way from day to day. Lig is.iife and life is very dear to the most of · This store gladly does its little part loc ing toward better home living by modes calling attention to our line, of beautr Lace and Madras Curtains just received To teJ! you here about all the good thir would be impossible. Come see the C tains and let them speak their own story you face to face. If we could only make the women of t" vicinity appreciate what marvelous vali we are offering At $1.19, $2.50, ?3-75, $5.00 and $7.50 The whole lot would be sold in one d. Come see the Curtains and we are sure j cannot resist the temptation of buying. Curtain Material This store is considered headquarters : the newest and most wanted curtain mat ials. Curtain materials in one grand assc ment of all the newest designs At ISc, 25c, 35c, 45c up to 75c per yard. New Draperies At 50c, Sac, $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50. Reflect a minute on tho prices and lit else will be necessary to convince you tJ our line of Draperies is an estraordin; one. GRAND JURY CALLED due CoaneUsville Man la Grand In- ucst for June In,-Faye'te. Connellsville has' one representative on the grand jury for the June term of court in Uniontown. He is Richard Kerns of the Sixth ward. The other members of the jury are! John Arison, Franklin township; Ray I clay, Springfield township; Walter Bennett, Brownsville; Sylvester Bit-, ncr, Perry township; Clark Brecken-i I WEAK WOMEN DOUGLAS Eugene Keller, Mrs. H. B. Hartman, ridge, Brownsville; Robert R. Bryson, Mrs. F. M. Newcomer, Mrs. L. T. Gil- :· Uniontown; Jesse Beeson, South TT PROTOriUPTT i b e v t ' Mrs - Robert Skeiup, Mrs. Wil-! Union township; W. B. Campbell. Jet- *·" * J l V I V U AwU 11* i i _ m » f _Tjri; i : ,, _ _ ,, ir r r\ t i ! - t ir o - _ _ , i _ ; _ . T i « _ i-i m ~_ T l « ! ~ TM A photograph, a yard or more in length, which is displayed in the windows of vVrigbt-Metzler Company's store, shows Vie members of the Kadio School at the Naval base at Hampton Roads. Va. This is made up of young men from every state In tbe union except Oklahoma. Douglas W. Corvin of South Connellsville is receiving instruction at this school. He occupies a place near the center of the group shown in the photograph. PICTURES OF MAJTT COrTJfELTjSTILL'E S01WEHS. A collection of photographs of soldiers from Connellsville is displayed i in the windows of E. G. Hall's store j on South Pittsfaurg street. The collection Includes pictures of Charles A. MeKe-ritt, ·William F. Dowling, Samuel J. Harry. H. M. Gibbs, Lawrence C. Ringer and WjHiam L. Smith now in France; Corporal J. E. Hore- ·witz and Private J. Ray Smith, Camp Lee: Ernest J. Fosselman. Newport, 11. I.; Hugh Mulac, 110th Regiment Band; J. W. Barbor. Atlanta, and David D, Durnell, Kelly -Field, San Antonio, Tex. Ham McWilliams, Mrs. J. D. Hill, Mrs. J. E. Hutchison, Mrs. J. P. Brennen, Mrs. A. J. Skemp, Mrs. W. H. Wooley, Mrs. Thomas Hill, Mrs. E. A. Humphries, Mrs. A. S. LIvengood, Mrs. W. B. Houseman, Mrs. J. E. Allen, Mrs. 1. B. Bralller, Mrs. B. L. Stoner, Mrs. F. V. Perry, Mrs. H. R. Hurst, Mrs. Ben Miller, Mrs. J. E. Triestman, Mrs. C. S. Wiley, Mrs. J. W. Brooks, Mrs. Lee Goldenson, Mrs. Morris, Mrs. E. H. Reid. Mrs. A. C. Overholt, Mrs. R. F. Darsie, Mrs. C. M. Jarrett, Mrs. J. W. Wiley, Mrs. J. R. Smith, Miss Abbie Smith, Mrs. Terbush, Mrs. J. A. Barnhart, Mrs. F. L. Brown, Mrs. W. F. I Stauffc-r, Mrs. F. 0. Keister, Mrs. j James Hurst. i ferson township; Jasper Cope, Union-: Positive--Convincing Proof i We publish the formula of Vinol I power to create strength. i T Cod Liver and B«f Peptones, Iron j ~ and M«Q£UQes«FeptaDBtei, Iron and J 'Ammonium Citrate, Liiae and Sod« Glycerophoapbates, Catcario. ! Any woman who buys a bottle of Miss Margaret Coop Tells How Cuticui 'Healed Eczema All Over Body Fat Hands and Neck Itched and Burne ·n; Chester; condition and finds after giving it a ,. Halnes, j * a ' r ^^ 't °M not help her, will town; William Conrad, Waarton to-wn-j Vinol for a weak, run-down, nervous ship; W. H. Ellis, Uniontowli Gween, Uniontowu; K. L. German township: Charles Hiles. Dunbar township; William Hankins. Redstone township; John Hughes, Brownsville township; Earl 0. Smith, I Lu::erne township; Samuel Silbaugh, North Union township; Edward Tate, German township; Michael Tulley, Dunbar township; Joseph Woodward, Menallen township, and Joseph Wbip- kcy, Springfield township. ' P. R.R. PUSHING RED CROSS DONATIONS Amon£ Them is Entire Fund of "The Original Junior Jtod Cross." Three donations bave been received within the past week by tbe Conneils- have her money returned. You see, there is no guess work about Vinol. Its formula proves there is nothing like it for all weak, run-down, overworked, nervous men and women and for feeble o?.d people and delicate children. Try it once and be convinced. Laughrey Drug Co., Counellsville; David C. Eason, Dunbar, and at the best drug store in every town and city in the country. BULLSKIN COMMENCEMENT! Third Liberty Loan Drive to (lie ft- moat Among Its Employees. Exercises Will He Held at Tennsville All possible efforts to make the Baptist Chnrcli Saturday. closing weeks of the Third Liberty; The annual commencement exer- Loan drive count to the utmost, are · cises of the Bullskin township schools being put into the campaign among will be held at tbe Peansville Baptist "I was troubled with eczema all my body, especially my face, ha: and neck for about five months, night it itchedand burned so consta " " that when I scratchf made me nearly crazy, it made my skin so and red that it caused IT small piinpl'is. Tb formed into blisters, I could not get any s" "I found a Cmicura Soap and C meat advertisement, so I sent f Tree sample. In less than a we could see a difference so I purch more, and afttr using two cake Cuticura Scap and not quite one of Ointment I was healed."' (Sig Miss Margaret Cooper, 59 Kel Lane, Plymouth, Pa., July 25, 293 Unsightly complexions are oft bar to social and business suet Having cleared your skin with C cura, why rot keep it dear by usini Soap for every-day toilet purpose SflmplcEacbFreebTM.il. Address card: "Cuticum, Dcpt. R. Boiton.-" everywhere. Soap25c. OintmectZSan. ville chapter of the American Red i the working forces of the Pennsylvania Railroad system. Bast of'Pitts- Cr 05S . One Tor ?55 from the * win i. Connellsville, same being the proceeds i realized by the raffle of a pig. T h e ' second, amounting to $40, was a contribution made by the Ladies' Aid so- - burs alone, more than 1,000 officers gram: · am! nmnlnvpR aro i?ivini? iheir services] Musi' church on Saturday,evening beginning at 8 o'clock. Following is ie pro- am! employe K ivin Detwiler sisters; prayer. National Army at Camp Lee, Va., wbo Emma Golsthorpe; are listed as eligible for appointment formed a small society of tbeir own subscription on the part. o£ the em- second lieutenants sioned at sncb time as suitable vacancies occur, are tbe following: Orlando F.' Leighty, R. P. D. No. 1, Connellsville; llohn C. Bierer, George D. Giilingbam, Harrison N. Hough, 'Sbell H. Lenhart, Daniel S. Morgan and Ralph O; "Williams, Uniontown; Harry C. Binger arid Milton I. Stewart, Somerset, and "Walter S. Rbodes, Point Marion. Wanted. Chorus girls for musical Apply at polSBCm theatre. Fenner,--Adv.--2-lt. comedy. George Want Hdp7 Then use our classified column, suits will.follow. , · · . . ' . . · Ee- Pttronte* those irho »fl7ertiM. DDTZfEK HEEE FOK MILL EOT DRAFTKB. Mrs. Z. S.-Moon gave a'prettily appointed diiiner last, .evening at her home-in Carnegie avenue in tonor of her "nephewy Harold Clayton Marietta of Mill Run, wlio leaves tonight with the draftees for Thomas, Ky. Corers which they termed "The Original Junior Red Cross Society." They bavo all decided to join the regular J u n i o r Red Cross and donated their total fund to tbo Corinellsville chapter. The members of this organization ware: Bess Albright, Mary Frances Kurtz, Mary Elizabeth Smuts, Margaret Conway, Jean McClel'and, Edkh Hoffman, Jean Whitter, Marie Milky, Frances Gogley, Dorothy Rude, Germaine- Newcomer. Mary Thompson, Margaret Beigliley, Esther Mehilck, Gladys Albright and Harriet McClelland. muny hours overtime daily as volun-1 Rev. T. C. Harper; roll call. Samuel teers, leading meetings, addressing j Berg: salutatory oration. Lawrence shopmen, oflico forces anil track I Driscoll; "The American Flag," Harriette ·ess" the Miss "Paul Revere's Ride," Braden "Wingrove; "Thanatop- 1 Ruth Leonard; "Daffodils," Olive ployes. (Johnson; "The Captain's Daughter," A supply of bonds has been obtain-j Ej s j e .Nicholson; reading, Miss 2mma ed in denominations of ?50, ?100 a n d j Qelsthorpe; valedictorian oration, $1,000 each, to be turned over to em- Erma Christner; class address, Rev. T. C. Harper: presentation of diplomas; P. 0. Petersen; music, Detwiler ployes imying for their bonSs in" full. This will be continued as fast,as additional bonds can be obtained in order that employes buying outright may obtain possession of their bonds as promptly as possible. Hunting JJnrjrflJns 1 If so. read our advertising columns. PILLS i, stimulate tbe liver, regulate the bowels and improve tbe health by working with nature. REGISTRATION GOOD Btaiiy Ken TVho Have Moved From One Ward to Another Enroll. The Fifth ward led ia the registration in this city yesterday with 2i. the First and Third tying for second i place with 15 each. Tbe registration j was good considering that only men who liad inoved from one ward to an! other, or those wno wished to change ! their party preference registered. j A total of 56 Republicans againsr i 20 Democrats vras registered with one [ man in the First ward not making jany party preference. In tbe First' j ward 15 registrants appeared, in the Third 15, in the Fourth 9, in tbe Fifth 21,. in the Sisth 8, ; and in the Seventh 9. Figures for fite Second ward wers ] not obtainable. "0 ADTANCK Df P3UCJE S ORE THROAT, or Tonsilitis--gargle with warm, saltwater then apply-- .2ie--iOc--Sl.OO sisters. LAUBEL HILL F1AG. IVill be Dedicated Snnnay, .W. K. Curr to Speak. A service flag, in honor of the 11 young men of the Laurel Hill Presbyterian church who are in military service, will be dedicated next Sunday at 12 o'clock. Tbe service will be in charge of Rev. William P. Russell, and 'Wooda N. Carr of Uniontown; will speak. Advertise for it in these columns Liberty Loan ricturos. Splendid pictures of tbe third tib- erty Loan -pnrade in Connellsville and TJniontown, taken by Charles H. Bals- 'iey, are boms 1 shown at the Paramount today, and will also be an attraction tomorrow. Tbe pictures were shown yesterday for tie first time and were witnessed by large crowds. Jfotice. The members of the Jr. 0. TJ. A. M. are requested to be present at the funeral of Irwin E. G. Miller, New- street, South Connellsville, Friday at WE. M.--Ate.' Wa Meals Skir D. D. D., tlic ereatest of skin renjed will remove «i«e skin affliction* 1 bave made your life a burden. That tolcmblc itchiuc, bamine and d!«e fort will disappear DtKler the ma£X liii remedy. Hundred, trsfdtf it cured cases pronoiraced tncmable. t~oi-i»ee the flnrt bottle to brine · relief. TryD.D.D. SJc, Me and a' J. C. Moore. Water St.. .ConnellsviUe. HE

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