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May 2, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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·THURSDAY. MAY 2. 191 THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLB. PA. NEWS OF THE DAY j AT ML PLEASANT ! BRIEFLY RELATED! ! Annual Hospital Commence-; ment is Set for Tues- ! day, aiaj M. \ CONNELLSVILLE GIRLS IN CLASS Second Class in Hy^U'iu 1 and Hfiine IHetetic-s i IkiinK Formed hj- Ihc Kod Cross tn ISpgin HiirU at an Diito; Stork Visit-. Tno Homes Stteci.U to Tho Co'irler. .MOUNT PLEASANT. .Hay 2.--The Uidies' Hospital Aid soc.cty held a meeting at tHe hospital :iml tei May I t as the date for tbe griduatmg exercises o[ the class of 'IS from the Memorial Hospital Trauang :ehool. On the class roll are Violel Elsie Firmstone. Mount Pleas.uu; Violet Mae Forsythe, Ruffsdale: Mildred Katherine Brooks, Citnnellsvilie; Grace Marguerite Brook-, Connells\IUe: Ethel May Mason, Greensburg, and Ella Jean Hixon, Corncllsville. Another Class Fonniner. Miss Elizabeth Donet, local Red Cross teacher of element,try hygiene and home dietetics will bc?m another class on May 2f. Some t i m e a^o one class vras completed and examinations taken. These studies a i e very interesting. · Son Kiirn. . Mr. and Mrs. Harr S w a i t z are the proud parents of ?. son horn at their home here yesterda;. This One a Uanclitrr. Mr and Mr?. William Vasbinrier a"e the proud parents ol .1 daughter, born on Tuesday. Other 'ens. Mrs. H. C. Morrison has rcuirned from AshviHe. N'. C.. \\-heiv she. visited her son. "vVilmer. 0r. and Mrs. S. M. Crosby and daughter. Minnie Mae. are at ar. embarkation camp visiting their son George. Mrs. Harry Keller is ai £n embarkation camp usiting htr husband. Harry Kelsrr, of 110th S u p p l y corn- pany. « Mrs. Frank Carbansh and Miss ICthel CarbaiiKh are at an embarkation earnp. where they are vij-itm^ Top Sergean: Frank Carbaugh of Company C, UOth Regiment. Hear these May Records Newest, Catchiest Song "Hits!" Greatest Band and Instrumental Selections! Newest Dance Numbers! Hear them on Pathe Rec- ordsi--the kind that don't Scratch, Grind or Wear Out. Some facts worth knowing: If i true (lint a record played with a sharp-pointed sfeel needle liegrins to wear out the very first time it is played, and on being played 85 times on an average, it is completely ruined. If is true that Pafhc Records, played with the Pathe Sapphire Ball, never wear out. The Sapphire Bail is permanent--it never requires changing. It is also round and smooth, polished to perfectly fit the record groove, so that all ugly "surface noise" is eliminated. Notice to All Talking Machine Owners All Talking Machines that play with the Sapphire Bull ir have the Sapphire Ball attachment will play I'athe Hecords. That's why you too can enjoy these Records that last forever. Come in and hear these n«w "Hits"--no matter what make of mnchfiie you have--you're ahvays ircl- come here- Make Aaron's your Headquarters for Records Olil-Kavhioncil Hcmeilie?. 1 Grandmother's remedies ompouud-i ?d from the medicinal roots and herbs ' a! the fields are now tounc upon the shelves of the modern drug stores in attractive packages and are among the best seller? in prepared medi-1 lines. Prominent among tli ,'m is that famous old root and h c r r remedy, 1 L3'dia K. Piniham's Veseteblf- Com- · pound. v:hich for three generations , ias F been relieving the vomen of America from the worst forms of female ills. and ib now considered the standard remedy in its line.--Adr. . Ohiopyl*. May 2.--MliS. i;ls,e Desgs of Confluent, e. spent AVednes- lay calling on Ohiopyle friends. ' Larle Jackson has purchased the ?etey Dink car from its rece:it ow ner, i vfark Lambie. J. F. Torrei'ce of Scof.da.e. speni Tuesday in tow n on business j Charles Stall and .UarK Lambie de- | aried iast evfuing for Coacel'svillc, | vy.. Thursday. Arthur Bailey o! Uniontcm it, was a ecect business transactor heie Tues- ay. Reed Hyatt wa.* a Cor.: ollsviUe alter ycsterda. T. W. Kteming wj? a K c f U blisi- ess viiiioi in I'niontov. r. William CorriKtan, wtio ti 15 been li wi;h paeumonia. is settlor ajcms ery nicely at I h i F writing. Miss Da.^y McClain is the ^uest ot Irs. Fred Buko at Indian Creek. 491-2-2--Vocul fii-tti Jledley o. 1---Musical Cumeily nits" (Intro. 1. $]-2," Siren's Sonic. 2. An Old-Fashioned Wife. S. Till the Clouds Roll Byj. Lyric Vocal Quintet Vocal Gom "Mt'Jley No, '2--"Camp Fire Songs" Intro. 1. Goon- Bye Dolly Gray. 2. Honey Boy. 3. Comrades 4. Wliert Johnny Comes Marching Home. a. There'll Be a Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight). Lyric Vocal Quintet 2U:)1J--The IMrktoirn Strutter*. 1 nail (Brooks). 7rc. Arthur Fields, Tenor. Accordion Accompaniment In the I.nnH 0' Yanio Vamii (McCarthy-Fisclier'j, A r t h u r Fields, Tenor, Accordion Accompaniment £0i)21--My Sweetie (Snyder-Lotiis-Young). .Medley Fox Trot. Intro. (5c "Meet Me at the Station Dear" Boudmi Brothers, Accordionists t Scutch Hieh-Ilall (Arr. by Boudm; Brothers), Medley One Siep. Intro. 1. "Bag Pipes." 2. ".Annie Laurie." S. "Blue Bells of Scotland." -i. "Auld Lang .Syne." Boudm! Brothers, Accordionist-, 20824--Keen the Home t'Srps Rurninc (Novello) Unhersity Quartet 7.c When (he Vreat ifcd Uuirn is Shinlni; (Sbarpel, Royal Dadmun 2031S--Miscimsin Fomard Forever (Sousal, March Sc · A-nerican Republic Band .Naval lteser»c Jtarcli (Souta), American R e p u b l i c Band Pathephone Department--Main Floor. Pathe Records 65c to $4. Pat.hephones $30 to $225. Connellsville's Relia'ile Children's WWte Canres Pumps Ankle straps, si7.es 5 to 8, Special Misses' While CaB\as Shoes Ijice style, white ivory soks, size 8V4 to 11, (p-jj if Special $1.40 PAGE FIVE." (liildi-cn's Jiloiir Patent Leather Tii nips Ankle stn.u, sizes 3 HJ S, Spn-i-'l .u $1.75 iiljfU Pnt'iit I,wither j'mnps sins KU to H. Sr' the Logical Snee sortmeats to Make \eiv Wrey ._ «POoi7eJ» ; Cadet Exceedingly prouy new Grey Kid Siioes, lace stylf, Louis hfol, D hi. tops. Priced e l s e w h e r e at ?10.00, at "the Tig Ptoro" $S.fi3. Sua-ipy Tiev.' lirowr. K.tl l^ine Bool?, f u l . Louis bnei, !1 in topp. 1'ojnilnr lac.c P t y i e , Louis hvel, 1) in. topb, '"10 H i l i i u r y SO 50 ^niue, priced bore at $7.95. finjs" fiun .Vetal .Shos Lace st3'ie, Louis heel, ail si/ea, Spocia! at Enzlish stie, lace, R7.er. 2U. r ,r, ~-^. SpctiaS at ?3.4f,. Very t:iifirt. Fi"]d .Mnu-, K : fl v.-itll cloir. lop^ to mai 1 h. new jiuliiary Ui ·'., ·.mit^'Hin ts^s. bp^cin! ?S.^5. Women's Blark Kid Shoes Kid Shot's _ lP^ Lace s t y u . n n l i i a v y hc"l, inii'r.'Min '.;ps, A real sr .-aim- :·! * ; " Since is'Jl. PRIDE SHOULD BE A STIMULANT TO MUTUAL INTEREST OF ALL IN CITY Snminer fo There *-j!l bp ;t Uvo Summer School t S?u*.h Connc-ltsv]lie- pa. The session \ v i i i open May G. and oiHiiuic s.\ -ivofji5, cloiTii- with ouaty o,\a mi nation for teach* rs. AH coniJiion branches, voice i uiturc, nd vocal music, c-u-., will be tr.ught. A class in methods o£ tpachins 1 will ecOi\e e^pccirl attention. "We car. loan books ;o a limitel nuin- er who at'end this school. For fur- icr information address J. C. Jcahm, M-. Pnncial, Con^ellsville. Pa.-- ,dv. 13 wed. tf. Confluence. CONFLUENCE. May 2.-- .\Ir5. E. R. ender and son Park? and daughter Isie left yesterday for Alarhle burs visit Mr. and Mrs. Isaac T'-omas. Irs. Bender's parent:*. ENie v v i ! ' retain iliero for i.onie time, u ^ i : · .Mrs. t'uder and Parko w.ll go to Terra Ha. \V. Va.. to visit Mrs. Bt. nder's stt-r, JTrs. I'ruma K»ans. in deli iKely II. D. Brown, who !:as bcon ill. 11- 'poric 1 ! hef.or, 1,1:tie l.oi;:be Burn i vnrth, tiai.ghtor :' Mr. and .Mrs. V.'illiam Uurnwor,ih. ho has been ^ufferins; with a severe ege of grip for a weok, Ls reported ciler. Mrs. K. K. Mt-Unr.aid left y e s t e r d a y r a V I M I \u:h lu-r ncpheiv. V a l t e r acknoy. at Hcme.^ead. Thoma,^ L: - :lf. one or our tOdost ·-Jiden;-. wl«o ivi,- bs.c:. v r v .11. is noried tK"*iifr. Leo C'o;iir, w..o work? ir Com eli- !lc, M-'iiod h:s part-nt.-, ^r avct Mr--. a v i d Croiiin. h » i e yesterday. { A civic pride mKst permeate every t-itizen of Connellsville and find ex- i prcssion in. mutual cooperation if tl\e ' city is to reach Che b:gh standard" w e . | all desire. T«r Courier's "Buy in K'oiineils'.ille Movemer.i.' if ;mi j n i o 1 practlct', u'ill crrr.:e a m u t u a ] ^3oci ] i will between business men and buy- ; } c-r?. l'i will atirnub'.e the idc.i.i'y of OS.K and b r i n g i n t o niorf perfect unison and c r foi'Ls and action t»f -ul in I upbiuloint- tbe ci'.y. A 3 a re.siilt oi onlarired il\ c pride and, m u t u a l good win, a m e d i u m oC exchange of product vv-ili be arougb' about. Oni? of ttie fcriovis handicaps ', of the city is the need of thi^ m e d i u m . · Hence, many df-aler.-* are ordering from a foveisn mark?: what co '.Itl and J should be secured at home. The "Buy in Conneilsvilir Movement" will facii- | State a readjustment of such cond]-; tions. ; Then, too, it will iacrease ihc s i l v e r : corpuscles which nourish and utalize the depressed commercial system. A t dollar spent at homo will soon Ind its i 1 v/ay back to the spender, while those I sent away are a golden opportunity | , "gone, never to return." , Also remember that when the whispering uM'uds have borne the news of Connelisvills's increased civic pride to the rural fcamici*-, and when ou h a v e demonstrated by our actions that Conn ells ville can supply the wants and buy tlie wares of the rural population, tlir hniispkeopers w i l l find a more a b u n d a n t supply of necesslt:es from the farm and ;u a cheaper price. Last, but no: ,eas'.. it i,s our moral duty 10 - u p j f o r l ihese I n s t i t u t i o n s tliat redound to our good. It is the business of O o n n P l N v J l e ihat enhances 'he value of property, enables you to partake of the advantages of magnificent schools, churches and other agencies. If you are conforming to tlir mandates of higher life, you will support in every way possible those institutions that arc advancing welfare of man. Buying in Connellsville is one- way to support them. Ask yourself: What sort of city would ConncKsviKe be, it every man was a man like me? Then be governed accordingly, and have your printing done in ConnellsvillG. or allow us to bid on ihe work you ure BOM- sending out of t h e city. of place as meat on Tuesdays and wheat on Wednesdays. Equip witK tires that save, in tire mileage, tire life, car life, fusl and real money. Tire researcK Kas Lrouht forth notable improvements in Firestone Fabric Tire construction, particularly-(D The increased thickness o£ the pure g,um cushion between tread and fabric adds resilience, defends the body of the tire from shocks and bruises, gives greater riding comfort and longer car life. © i More rubber between fabric layers gvves greater elasticity and protection against friction. A perfect and firm seating of the tire to the rim is the result of the reinforcement in bead and side wall. @ The tougjk, wear-resisting tread of greater thickness adds more miles of travel Firestone Tubes, Tube Patches and other accessories in your equipment save tires, time, troubles. No "wasteful delays. Keep on FIRESTONE TIRE % RUBBER COMPANY Aid-on, Ohio Branches and Dealers Everywhere' !OH! THAT AWFUL BACKACHE IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS An u n h e a l t h y horiy, ,tnd the unhap- junt'^s and mtscrj w-h:t.-h f o l l o w , may bf prevented lj* ordinary jucli^nic. it and cr.rc. Keep your stomach .(.nd kidneys m «; l -ap? and you w i l l have ffoorl iiealth. Tlu- kidneys* work is 'o t l n o w "It the Ito^onoi:^ T-na.tt?r^ which «nier ih«- body. If they perform this w o r k iTican*-* w i l l take care iC themselves. Iiseascd*conditioriP of Ihe blaii**pr or !; i d n c y r r.re inuu-ntpd by norvou.-triess-. -.^-·oplp^sneK'-*, that tired, w a r n out fetO- in-r li TZinC'is, n.iuspa. hnrk.iche. l u m .1.1^o rh*Mim3:istn. pain in fit? !o\ver tilitSompn, many ?o-ea-U***l ferndie troq- t!eh." severe pain and il.Koomfort whf»n urinaiini;. bloody, cloudy and stringr ( urine, too f - e q u " n t nr supprosed nus- i sa^ea. .Mi thes« are naturti'.^ .signals to [warn you of diseased kidneis or hlad- [ der, which may lead to fatal Bright's j disease, | Don't wait u n t i l t l - e clanger is upon you. Go 10 your rtriiffeiHE ,U rtncc Clot a trial !ox of COLO AI1CDAL Haarlem Oil'Capsules. They are made of the | pure, original, imprinted Haarlem OM, ', the kind your pre.u-prrandfather uj-ed. , About two capsules P.IC d.iy will keop , ; ou loned up ni'd fp^'inp: fine .Voncy refunded if ihoy do not hell) you. Buf r* 1 member to ark for the impor'.ed 1 GOI»D MLEPAI4 brand. In sealed pack| affftfl, 2Sc. 50c and 5L.OO.--Adv. nan church at her home 071 Monday · evening. Miss Jnne Bell has returned to her home in Snmhileld after s-peiidln? several days m .he home 01' :Ir, aiKl Mrs. J. T Beany. Mrs. Fred Ba.li or of Perryopolis (visited Mrs 0. AV, Moaaor ni- Moudny. I Mrs. Robert Monro a.nd children of 'Florence "Mines nrp vifiiling Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Moflvti. ' J. C. Beatry IK ronfined to In? home ! with an auank nf qufnsy. ; The Saturday Afiernonr c'ub "will j mpct Saturday a f t p - n n n n at the Itoroe 'of MVh. J. H. Hiizieit. . Mrs. \V. j. Reed, who haA b?on very ill Tor t i p past several weeks*, is much i improved. Want Ads--1 Cent a Word, __ W/jT «feM Vztnderbilt. V prci*ratioa for rcstotim natutil eotat to K sulpd !ia.r. fof rwno\jcfl dandruff »ad M ha t not a djc. Gcxfo-ia nud bo t :!,··* VANDKRBILT, May 1.--The Altur-n Bible class of the Presbj trrian inday school v,ill meet at the Lome " Mrs. William Barricbiow on TLurs- j I urged to be present. Mrs. Beeman of Pittsburg is visiting her sister, Mrs. V. K. I^eezer, Miss Freda Wright and Miss Grace .Moore were recon L callers i n Con- nellsviDe. Miss Frances Dayton entertained day ovenins. May 2. All members are tbe Christian Endeavor of the Christ- MOTHER GRAY'S POWDERS BENEFIT MANY CHILDREN Tboti«an(i« of mo them live fouttil Molliur Oroy's Sweet Pomirre nn i-tcullent rec'wlj Tor children comp'atomc of hemluc!.*-, colda. fcvcr- Uhncs^, a'.nmacli Irorhlra antl bowel I'rc^tilsn- tics from which children anfTcr. 1 ^ nrtfensy Mid plea*anlto:p.ke and excellent n"-»ltfi ate ac- cornpiwhed hy their rise. U*rdl»fm thfrtfor W j«tr*. Sold bj Draggiata uvcrywtac, '25 cents. --THE-NAMELY I5VKRYTH1NG COOKED LIKE AT HOME, Strictly Pvesli. Clean and Pure. i^K FOR OUR SPECIAL CLL'Ii BREAFAST AND SLNDAY DINNEIl, "Our Pastries Aro Df'.icious Because They Are Ho-uemade." NHXT DOOR TO WEST PE.N'N WAITING ROOM. dciic.Isls ci your vaco-.iori begin tbe U A C Oast Line Sti-mier f or bcjulilu] halt of lie ckliel.lt d:o in i!ic Laic voysec Rnilroad ti OJl cl'.:a ct'airtc The D C Insijinh 7,r.d rjinri.^^'^ CLT u l j he desiicd re iionorcij 0,1 till D £.- C Line insurti the bcs; 1:1 ippt-iatn ^^l tied r*"i''S"k«iC. CLT\ICV' Safely a-,d hf-hb r r " that c water is s'crtlizcu by -lira violet Tv.o ipU-itliO %ewe!s--Chy o! Mai Cil .»f Alpcn.i !I~cper;tu*i''J u i-iju-c .j v.t-i-k ir Macktnac Uhnd. I-rom Tt k-d« Mo i' ! . - .mil ?Biu-rf.'%-. fa 30 A. M , Tu.tHa- . .-id I"' ,;-M.' u t 600 I' M From Uciroti MottJan, :. d .Ss-jf f tjLysa.SOr. ^i , \Vedncsda-.s a i d Fnt-.njsS.3U ( A ' M . Scud 3-ccnt stamp for j t l u s t r n t c d paophie- and S Great Ljl« nap Address L, (J. JJ-'UIS. i O. I*. A , ^ Tlitrd A enuc, Detroit. Mich. { TO MACXtNAC ISLAND Float Buffalo ! 9.50 Round trip 16.50 front Clcirltnd i 7.00 . Ri-nd Irip 12.00 8 From *. Tfiido I 6.25 ririJl 00 Irom PATEONISE HOME MEECHANTS i WHO ADVERTISE IK THIS PAPES.

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