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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, May 4, 1918
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f AGE TWO. ·I-HB UA.IL.X COCKIER, CONNELLSYILLE, PA. SATURDAY, MA'Y 4, la !JUDGE REPPERT STUB AUDIENCE AT HiGH SCHOOL NT BE! i Continued r-nm F;iee One ' o l ( ) i wl [,. o £ Lloyd Howe, died yostor- I fort in this city thai could go o i c r ' d a y morning at 4.45 o'clock at her ; anything. You h a v e gone over t h e , i i O m ( i m Ha^clwood, f o l l o w i n g an tll- top splendidly." Judge Rcppert was' Torced to cease speaking oi) account of the deafening loar of applause. He I continued, "You have nearly doubled The May Qoeens of tho Christian Ga. J your quota. The Hag carries, with i! church turned m snaiciont money to , -- ' great honor and is an emblem ol a buy two ?50 Liberty Bands at a L b- t Announcement has been made oC , task nobly done.' crty'Sond par y given last evi-nins m ! the ungagement of Miss Olive K . P r e r i - ] As the speaker said these words tho-ehurch parlor by Mr*.. J. llelvm . erick, daughter or Mr. and Mis. \V. V ' w o largo American flags, hanging in Grey in honor of the members of ihe ' Frederick of Uniontown, and DeWilt | the ce.ite · of the stage wore d i a w n chibV Aboat u da= ago Mrs. Grey i It. Conwuy, s«n oC Rev. and Mrs. G. japan levealing Uie honor flag, with loaned each o; tlie" May Queens 23 ' G. Conway of Umonlovvn. The wed- | its throe blue stripes. The stupes cents to double as many times as ' cling will be a buramer event. I arc m a field of white bordered will) j 12, l red. ' and MRS. BESSIE PEAHL HOWE. ! People Notice It. Drive Them Off Mrs. Bessie Pearl Howe, 21 years With Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets A pimplyiface will not embarrass you ness o, pneumonia contracted last %S%X£?%£ ^^£ Saturday. Funeral services, tomorrow. begm to ctear aftcr you ^vc takej:l ^ e inorn-ng at 11 o'clock f r o m the lam- tablets a few nights. residence. Tho body will a r r i v e Cleanse the b 1 jfxl^hcbowejsand the liver I The Knit and Win Unit Charleston Comforts Branch the tho i The flag was accepted by Ji. C. Hig- j two tuothors, Elmer A l f r e d of Cnu- bee in an address that stirred the i nellsviHo; James, a,t hor,e, and on 1 possible by M,iy 3. To Lho boys of a clas3;*tatight b^ Miss Mae Gilmore she loaned 50 cenis to the class as s. , whq2. From this amount the boys ] Navy League will meet Monday mgfaL j patriotism of ei.ei peion present. | l s t o r Mrs. James Trump, of Soutli realized'$9.00, and received the first fat Uie home of Mrs. Harry Reagan uv la accepting the honor ring. Attoincy connMlsville. prisrtour t h r f t stamps. Miss KaLh- | Eighth street. Greenwood. jHigbee mentioned tbe American ryu'.DttrnoIl Ttas awarded the second] -- {army. "American arms ha\e never priZtx-'-also four thrift stamps. Little- I Harry McArdle and Mary Scott, j been u p l i f t e d save in defense of fret* Boeallne Mestiessat, who appeared as j both of Connellsviilc, were granted a · government,' he .said, "itiss -Liberty,' held a basket into ·which each msmber of the club deposited their Taoney, after telling in "It costs to license to wed in Cumberland yester- cany on a conflict It costi dollars day. · I and worse than that-- it costs human -- Hto. I can't think, of this v,ar except here Sunday afternoon over the Eal- with Dr. EJwards 1 Olr.o Tablets, the sue( £ 0'iio railroad am: w i l l be ro- ccssful^stimteforcatomdjthere'snever any sickness or pr.Ti af*cr takjig them. Dr. Edwards 1 Oli"e Tablets do thai calomel dos£,and3UStoseiTectively, but their acuon is gru'Je and safe insteaci of severe and irrita'.^g. No one vrho tal'es Olive Tablets is ever cursed v,-ith "a dark brown taste," n bad breath, ii dull, listless, "no good" feeling, const;nation, torpid liver, bad disposition or p,.pply face. Dr. E d w a r d s ' O l i v e Tablets are a purely vege'abte compound mixed with olive oil; you will know them by their olive color. Dr. Edwards spent years among patients afE'.cted with liver and bowel complaints, and Olive Tablets are the iratrenscly eSective result tiniorc i iio\ed hy Tuneral Director Charles (\ [Mitchell to Hill Uiou* cemetery w hich c fan interment. ^Deceased was a da«'^h- teij of John M and Elien Snydcr ot Nqrlh PitUburg street, CottPllsvillr. She was born at Hverhon, Septernbor In addition to her husband her parents she is s u r v i v e d hy FAYETTE COUNTY NEARING THE FIVE MILLION MARK Take one or two niprhtly for a week, See how much better you feel and look. lOc and 25c per box. All druggists. their own tray how it was earned, j Albert Prank and Miss Anna. Solo-' .n the terms of humanity. The ^following program was rentier- j man, members ot the George Fen- i "It is a hard matter to make ,'. -oled: · "Reading, Mrs. Benton Boyd: mar's company which has been play- dler out ot a CrGcnuui hist when he readta'g,' John llcstrezat; two vocal ' ms at the Soisson theatre this week, finally is mudo a "solrlicr, he is the solos;:Patty Carpenter; vocal solos, {were married yesterday by Alderman j best to be found 'mien we get our Donald and Slelvm Soisson; solo, j W. V. Colborn at his office In East army over there, it will be the k.nd CortCCharleswortli; piano solo. Paul- | Crawford avenue. |ot army that old Cucone never sa-a- ine-Kooser; four recitations. Lydia -- because every man in It was born and PERSONAL. ~ piano solo, Mrs. Olive Heed: corie£ solo, Kelso Atkins; solo, Official Liberty Loan Wcparo, Show the Total it, Be $4,9.!,000: Xoru Pouring in. \ntli ibe goal of ?3,000,000 all hut reached, the Fayc'tte County Libert;. I^oan committee last evc^ins placed Uie T h i r l Liberty Loan campaign lu bred on Iroe soil, \Vhen the war will i the bunds ol patnouc investors, su- ilrs. Margaret Christine and d a u g h - I end that army will hoist tbe starry p-cmo In their heliof thai PlcwnUi , Gladys Stickel Following the r pro- i ter. ISIiss Mar. of Reidmore, will go j b n n n e r on the other sidn of the Rhine h o u r subicrjpt.onb *ou!d roll the tig- I granvdainty refreshments were serv-lto EHwood City tomorrow to spend l a n d road the Decla-atlnn of I n d e - i uros well beyond 'he anginal goal set ] pcnrlence in the courts of Lho king at ' for the drive. COME AHD SEE' 1 ed. - i .- Grey';; aides were Mrs. Ben- ! the day with fnends. ton'Boyd, Mrs. G. W. Bucitner, 5D:s. J. Raymond Mestrezat, JQss Jsnn Porter and JUss 3i!ae Gilmore. The Liberty Bonds wir be turned over to the Millions Movement of the Christian church. As all members ot s condition ot Jay Davis, who has | Ber'in." been ill at his home at Poplar Grove The Loau uiana.£crH 7,-cre more than sa.t- man who evades the excess ! isfled w i t h Uie prosreb.s of the of pneumonia, is sreatly improved. I profits tax was branded tho most. Don't be a ready-made man when "obnoxious, c o n t e m p t i b l e species ot a cracker-jack suit t o ' sJarker" to be found. "A man like you can your measure at the price o£ a hand- that," ahonted Attorney Higboe, the Jlay Queenr, were not present last! me-down. Da%e Cohen, Tailor.--Adv "'ought to go out and call on some night there is Ftill some money to be Attorney Charles Rush o£ Dawson respectable mountain top to fall on taxn^d. in. has returned home from a trip to ' him." ' -D cnvor . Col. { The meetins ended w itli the playing To-celebrate the 83rd birthday of -Mrs. J. -Melvin Grey, who has been ! of "The Star Spangled fianner" by their comrade, L. TV. 'Wolle, 15 mom- confined to her homo. Greymont, with ' the military hand, bers of the WiDiam F. Kurtz Post, No an attack of rheumatism, is able to be 104," Grand Amy of the Republic, as- ' about. i TOTAL OF 233 742 sembled at the Wolfe home m Lincoln i The best place to shop alter all i -- ' aven-ne. yesterd.iy afternoon. Pollow- ' Srownell Shoe Co.--rAdv. ing tho opeain,; of Uie services with ' Hr. and Mrs. Frank Hicks and son. singing and p/ayer Mr. Wolfe was!Francis, and Miss Marie Young left pai^rt and much gratmod with tlio ready re^pouse w h i c h ^r^G ed tht 1 appeal for war funds. The ottiual PS- Lire^ issued lar.L evening fahowi^d pledges of $ l.D^.OOO. mo'-e than a m.l- lion over ;he county's official s ua l ^d exactly SID.OOO less than tbe original fi\e roillton mark. MEN TO BE CALLED TO COLORS IN MAY showered with congratulations by his comrades. Aft.T an address of welcome and an uteresting talk on his i evening. rhis morning ly automobile for Vir- j ginia. They return home this Comncctl from Pace One. j general. l j onnsylvania is included. JIAHIE COiiKJlAtf KI:D Jfiss Marie Colemaa of Bi addock, a former district nun,e for the Metropolitan Insurance company in Co l- n t l l s v i l l t ? , has unlisted as a Red Cross ! n u r s p and has received notice from I \Va5hington to be ready to leave f o r ' i service at any time. I ,. , r ,. , IL directs that the movement of men. ,,,. ...,, _.,. c,..^. recent visit to Camp Lee bv Mr. Stanley Stewart, little son ot M r . ' (',0 TO BLI S0 Wolle, Comrad,. J. J. Barnharc gave land Mrs. S. H. Stewart of East Park,, *,..\'.-.....; .,..,., ,,. r...,»,..t- ! GODSJPEKD TO FltA.XCE. T h e o c c u n a t o- ·· asked o. Pennsyl- m ^ . cb( . mlslii . el _ i.Jglori,. tarnenters Tke HOME of QUALITY and SERVICE. N PITTSBURG St.. CONNELL$VIU_£ V .J?. CONNELLSVRULE'S GREATEST STORE Good News, Travels Fast Here's Good News Indeed. Friday and Saturday, May 3rd and 4th, Only. $4.00 Trimmed Hats, $2.9«». And (here isn t a More m tflis or an} other city that g2 C ran duplicate these i k u s Tor the money -------- w 81.00-- Cor'.ets -- $1.00. T a l k i n g about sow! Roods, at low prices. ^ ell t h o i e is a differs isn't thore.' The difference is manifested- when you see the Cors we offer Sperial ut Sl.OO and Suturda:.. Tliy consist not o n l j of more lastcful style and superior wo rcanship, but in eiery point of ej.-cellence. See the Corbels. Hosierjs to tlie Fore. HOSIl'.Iti F(»U 3 I K \ -- Nov a long 1-t.ory. l».i jusi like the sot Jong enough. Plan, jlack, also w h i l e and all the wanted colors-- f dyfi and a«. baudsoiue as befits any man to wear. We're r u n n i n g th spe ia. for % 2ilc pi'r pair rnda\ and Sa'urday only. JlOSi: FOR W O J I K X - - A i l t h e ni-wpsi lio\e!lies are her P. Also tho wanted co:or;-. in S.Ik, Lis'e or rouon. Special at 19c, iJo, · SOc up to $2..".(l the pair. IlOSi: J-'OII CHII.DKI.'.V -Jlonrst Hosic:y; That's tho key n horc for t L i l d r e n ' s stoekinps. Tney'll wash, 'j'hev'll wear They s ihe best of satisfaction. liV. 2."c unil :!5c Hie )rair. New Neckwear. Such tremely smart and p - n t j . a p r o f u s i o n Prues 25c " ^ -- tlicy are all I Mrs. Kenrietta TUcey and her aiece. j M i s a Violet Snudtke. left for New . ·Vidaj afternoon to hid Mr.s, j son, Charles A Ttkcy, '4OOd- Y u r k T'ke a on his trip to an embarkation i who has be-en seriously ill with pneu- | _ cam'] to see hi, son. Evans L. Bam- i moma, is improved. ' n h o r c oicrators can, a member of Company D, 110th i Mrs. J. E. Struble and ch.idren, · and he , Eegiment. Rev J. L. Proudfit gave | George and Kathryn, motored to War- , m m e m qi iarr y workers railway a very interesting and appropriate ren, Ohio, today 10 nslt Miss Lorcen brakemcn ilaKmeD ^ conductors I b -' e - He is on his way to Prance. talk. This was followed by a delight- Struble, a student at the Dana Musi- tallor3i bars ,. meil or boatmen, b.ack- lul reading hy Miss Baker, a member ( ' al Institute. 'smiths and helpers, sail-maker;., leut- of the-higa schxl faculty. The pro 1 ' makers or canvas worker;,, boiler- gram was interspersed with selections DjW$QN COMMENCEMENT '^ I employ no agents or solicitors. | [ Am doing business strictly on my cvra * I morks. 18 years practical experience. , ' Itotor Funeral Service if !eslre AT OFFICE. by a talking ma« nine. Dainty refreshments were ser 'ed by Mr. Wolfe's, daughters, Miss Ida Wolfe. Mrs J. L.' Kurtz and. a granddaughter. Mrs. Paul B. Dick and Mrs. makers and lu'lpers, cooks, engine dispatchers, iocomoine t-nir-neers ant" Rnccalanrealn Sermon SnndBy "iclit; Graduation Thursday 7\iffht. Rev. H. A. Baum will deliver the annual bacciUanreate sermon to the Palmer, the Mat or ot Uniontown. .it- i Sraduatea of the Dawson school to- tended a part ,iven yesterday after- ! morrow night at 7.45 o'clock in the C U V K L K N K K N G (UI.NS !." POl'NOS LV FRANCE. [n a lot-tjr received from Cbarlcs A, K i n g , Company A, Slit Engineer?, lo- i. j\on oi' Mr. Homer King, he says he has ga.ned 15 pounds In \volgbl since gc- rae into training. noon at the Greenbbuig Coun:rj' cltib ilemonal Methodist church firemen, locomome hostiers, car re- ca '- e d at tamp Loo, pairraoD, yardmasters ,ind sv/itch- men, automobile rnoclrarucs and helpers, cobbler.-,, electricians, civil, olec- trical, railroad and computing engineers, gas plant workers, locomot.u 1 inspector*!, infitrumrrit makers and fopainnon. telegraph and telephone ILO.W.I: by Miss Sarah Gross ol Grcen'aburg, | o f D a^-son. of ftbich he is pastor. The H n c m c r i t surveyors . le%el men and will in honor ot her sister, llisb Margaret- l a n u a l commencement ta Gross, a bridi-elect. .Miss Gross is .' be h e l d Thursday night .n the Coch- aod a datiglitcr ot Mr. aaa Mrs. J. M. Gross, and 15 a afecc o£ Mr. and trs. K. KlZick or 5uih PiUhburg street, j Dcr '" Her marriage to Robert .Marubozik ot I Klkwn. aid., will take place WE does- '' S° s f J' L ? ro " K ^'. d a y - m the Bel evue-Suaiford hotel, a u '/^ndymorc. Pns- . nf MartiTj, Jtnr.n. Mollne, Philadelphia. Bishop Bell, pastor of the Fireh Church of xhe United J5reth- '; ren iit.Carist, T\'a.shinston, D. C.. will · officiate. Only the immediate members of the two families will witness the ceremony. ran Memorial church. The class is composed of 19 raem- n as follows: Olhe Kuih Baum, bert Baum. Donald Bnsh. Nelle layrrotid Haas, ilia [xve, Alice Ilrlen Mons, SKKJ?TC; HOMMTAL roitrs. Mr. aud Mrs. T. K. Millor, who vi^Uc-1 th^lr hdii, Dewoy .Miller, at an embarkation camp, arnvfri homo last nip! 1 !. D f w - p y is a member of Lne Iteg.mcnt Hospital Corps. The engagement of Miss Joscphino Ivory "and "Wilhun Cramer, "boih ot Greensburg, was announced Thursday evening at a luncheon given by MibS Kose-Bruning at her home in Greens- Shcpharn. Martha Helen Snydor, JnsepTi Snyder t 73acna.h Townaend and Mary Zimmerman. transit rcen. timbei cruisers, acetylene or oxyccthne welders, gunsmiths, boat builders and holpors, floorhands, riggers, bncfciaycrs arid clcrkB. i Simultaneously anr.onncerapnt ! oC tho ca.ll Tor th\s vast number ot men for May Secretary of \Var Bakor J inclicaied t r i e scope of ihr g o v p r n - i munt s nla.15 for increasing its fight-i ing strength, by stating that congress tenant according to word rcrci Shephard, - had U p c n askrd to appropriate approx- | h i s m m h e i Mrs J. M. Reid ot UADE Kenneth A. Reid who i* an auatlon fiold instructor at Fort Worth. Tex, has bofin (oiimissioned a secdiui lieu- v t ' l bv Help \vanted by many women I F a woman snffors from such ailments ao Backache, Headache. Lassitude and Nervous- fipss the aymptoms indicate the reod frr's Tablets, a vnl\abl« healing remedy wish anti^'pdc, astringent and tonic propertEca. A local application simple bat effective--response cocucs quickly causing refreshing relief wnth invigorating- ef- fcctx Backed by the name Pio estnbliphjd over 50 years, satis- £acdoa is gaari | imately $15,900,000,000 for tho army s Cor Uie nest fiscal year. That amount i is exclusive oC funds provndcd in the i EonlfioaUons Dill which not only covers coast defenses, but proudes the Clerks at Lochc Store Arrange Happy bul: ° r hoavy field ordnance. - - - - - - - - j^,_t year t h e army estimates a g - gregated ?6.500,000,000 tn pay for a BRIDE ELECT SHOWERED ftt M'est Side Home. Miss Grace EJizabetb. Fenrod, whose marriare to Raymond Trout of ScoLt- burg,- The wed lias w i l l take p l ^ c e , ^ V]|1 hg an eycnt flf thfa m ( \\ednesday monms, May ID. m iho u a s teD( , ercd a mi , ccllaneous shower church of the Most Holy Saciamcnt, G-reeasburg. Po]io - ving tiic ceremony the "yormg coup '"C wil 1 spend some force of 1.500,000 :ncn, which has already been exceeded. time oiran eastern wedding trip, itiss | ^ [|g3 p enrocj Ivory is a sister of Mrs. T, B. Ethard · " of Soutu Pittsbuig btreet, and is one of the best kc.Gvn young women of ]ast night at h e r homc IQ N i n t h Greenwood . n , af/alr was , , !erks 0{ the ^ N _ Lecfae sime _ ,, , ber of her About 30 uployed, and a num- friends. gnests were present and EAGLES TO DEDICATE IfeyersdaJc' r,od(;c 1VJ1I I ninrl So]- diors' Flng Snndny. Special to Th« Courier. ^rKYERSDAL!^;, May S.--The Fra- Peach r.trceL. COVE TO S K K SOS AT K5U1.S.EKA'' U' PORT. Mrs. M. J. ^dams and : p nr Tliorr.a.s Adams, of Somonet, h a s r ^ jnc to ar embarkation carap to sec Mrs Adams' son. M. J. Adam«. Jr. Younjr Adams 's a member ot Company C 110th Infantry. jCAIU, FI/OTO GOKS THROl ; G!f T H K CITV. far! Floto. who ha^; hrca at Lhc Great Lakes Navai TraininR hchool at Nnrth Chicago, passed through here yesterday en his way to Now York. Mrs. IT, C. Hof'man was hostess at the regular meetJi Afternoon noon Ttti and following the gai . served- Miss KaJiarine Fnsbee will eatertain the club Thursday after- j noon. May 9, at 2 o'clock, at her home in "West Crawford avenue. , spent the evening at cards and other! lerna i Order of Katies of Mcycradale amusements. A daintily appointed r wl n on neit Sunday dedicate their luncheon was served. Miss Penrod, .., c rv;co flRg :n then lodge room at ams in A tract of 112 acres, situated -within, one mile of t B. 0. R. R. main line, all down grade to depot and n; town of SOO people, having High School facilities and fl churches. This tract has GO acres of bearing peach and ap] trees which have been given the best possible care. T\ good houses and outbuildings, a well and nei'er faili Spring within 30 feet of the house. All will bear closi inspection. An excellent opportunity to make good money a give Summer homes for men of moderate means. Speci reason for selling. Price $12,000. Terms reasonable. Parties own one other tract a. little larger, two-thir of planted acreage in bearing which can be bought reasonable price. Write for full particulars. Cumberland Fruit Exchang Hoi 275, CUSUIEKLAXD.M :0 TO LOriMTXtE TO FXlilST TN AR.MT. Chaimccr Mitrhel!. son nf Mi and EVERYTHING COOKED AT HOME. Strictiv Trebl; Clean and Pine. ASK FOR OCR SPlX'IAl, CLUB r.Ri:-vrAbT AND SUNDAV DINXEIl, "Our Pattntb Arc De.iciuus Because Thoy Arc Homemade " N17XT DOOR TO AVK5T I'l'A'.N \\'A1TIM1 ROOM. who is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. 2 30 P M in h onor of Uie three active Mr-s. J V. M.tche'.i, and Herbert Kef- bustucsa with hln father. BEADY. Karl Jones. The program w i l l include a patriotic oration hy Rev. J. J. Brady, an address hy A. R. Harlle on liaglo pro- The First National's Trade Eolew, grcss, and another by W. E. Baker Mrs. Matthew Crowley Wl ll eLter- Out ' J ' hlfi 1Vcek ' | o n Ul ° Lagle P f nou ° Ku!ld alu! Ka t'!o tain tho Grecnwoid Ladies' Faacy-1 No business man in Connellsville Insurance. The public is invited. worti club Tuesday afternoon at CC r ' shou!li lnids "^ing u. The facts and -- - -- ... . - " · flgures it contains about trade condi-! ."joyeniCTit I rftm Lamp Loo l.xpiviod. class play will he held this evening uons are reliable. It keeps you posted ' The recalling o£ furloughs lecently Tbe class i*, lomposod of JO young on what is taking place in many lines.! issued to National A.-iry rren at C i up i women as Colla-ns: Edna VTcmici, It's FREE. Send your address to the! L e e 13 taken to mean that a move-! Helen WolE. Anna Moore, Agnes Con- First National Bank, Connellsville.-- I '"cat to an embaikation. camp is to ROCKWOOD GRADUATION i j poorly done brcud, no wasted material Exercises Arc t-o l)e Held «n TiiCPday ! -- no ·worry, because uf VVTOC O'lao Kycniiiir. ; regulation. Tl e annual comTnencement exercise 1 - of the Kockwood hig'i school will be hehl Tuesday evening. The Send WMtman's to Your Friends in the Service Nothing is more appreciated by an Army or Xa- man than a box o£ candy. There isn't acy better th; Whitman's, so way not include some in tho next box y; send to training cau.p or overseas? We Have It In All Size Packages. South Pittsburg Street. hoaie iff Eighth sireet, Greenwooi'.. A. large and ai'preciathe audience witnessed ihe. presentation of "The Land of Promise," a two-act play, las:, irfght m t h e Unittd Brethren church, T by members of the First Baptist Sun- | day school. The proceeds will DO equally divided between the two diurches. Twins Die. Infant twins of Charles ard Dcssic Feather*, ilcMannis, died last evening rake place soon. The choir of th- Methodist Piotes- taiit church held a successful mystery social last eight ic the- church. Mr. and Mrs. K. F. Smith of Smith- at the f.t uily residence at Coalbrook. i They wcrs born yesterday. One died 1 a: 6 o'clock and tbe othar at 7 o'clock. Funeral from the house tomorrow f afternoon at 1 o'clock, with interment ) in Coch ran cemetery, Uawson. Itunbar Senico. Rev, C. M. Gregory will conduct services at the Second Baptist church at Dunbar Sunday at 11 X. M. and 7.iO P. M, There wijl be Sunday ^chool at 2 30. CoilOYis: Helen Wolf, Anna Moore, way, ManoTenrow, Ostio Vougrh, Margaret Hay, Kathryn Dull, Viola Speicher and Lorraine DeVore. The baccalaureate sermon will bo delivered Sunday night in the Lutheran, church, by the pastor, Kcv. John FIrler. Infant Dies. An infant snn ot Get and Nora Mad- to» announct 1 the ^agaeetucnt of tiieir i daughter. -Miss But Frances Sraith, to Lieutenant L. U. 13i;*, cr VJa^Linglon, D. C . who is 5tacmLt,d' \\ith, the One Hundierf and KicT;£b "JTa'cUlne Can Battalion, Cam 3IJss Vogcl III. ' Miss Ella Kin? Voge., a former , cacller ^ the ConneUsvl ,i e Mgh school, v as recently discharged from ihc Mercy hospital. Pittsburg, "where Mas n patient for a month. She is den Nicklow. died Thursday at f a m i l y residence at Vanderbilt. terir.ent m Dickerson Run Union cemeterj. XO A1»V.U{( E "IS 1'RSCE ORE THROAT OT TonsilHis--gargle with warm, salt water then apply-- -- · CTpnan(or Senico, There will he no Sabhath school to- . -· j no'.i. coa\alc?cmg at the home of her i m«rrow at the Covenanter church. will be h,eld at the mother, set Peter Vogel at Sorner- Oiher services usual hour. Prcacli Trial Scnnons. Bev R a l p h s Reinman of Juclata . .-. college w i l l preach a tfial sermon at j \JVCH the Ch'.irrh. of the Brethren mission and measure the heat us easily OE the West Side tomorrow at U and »s y° u inenaure milk in ct pint WARREN MURRIE Pupil of Oscar Saenger, Xew York City Teacher of Voice Culture · Room 104, First National liaiiU lluiidiiip. .Uondnj, Mednesday iuid Fridnr livc-ninc;s. For \oice trials, terms and appointments phone Bell 357, or cull at stud.o. Limited Number of Students. 7.30 o'clock. Chain AnnlTorsary 3Iay H. The anniversary of the Mystic Cham at Dawson will be observed on the i night of Saturday, May 11, instead tonight, as announced. cup. You simply set the Temperature Wheel and obtuiii any decree of oven heat ttoic tlie receipt calls for. Head our advertisements. Class Entertained. {.-ranted JfarTiagp license. Tee Entro Nous class of the Moth- Harold C. Andrews and Wynne R. oclist Episcopal chJrch at Vanderbilt' Piizsimmons, Scoitdale, ivere grant- met at tho homo ot Miss Carrianna Bailev oa Friday evening. Spot Light Dance Mondaj JTiirht. At i --Adv.--4-21 ed a marriage Mcnse in Pittsburg yesterday If Ton ITnnt SometWng Markel! Hall. Kilerle. I Advertise for it in 'our classified col- 1 umn. O=e ceat a word. LADIES "Wfaan irregular or delayed use Triumph Pills. SaCe and always dependable. Not sold at drug stores. Do not: experiment with others; aa\e disappointment Write for "Relief" and particulars; iL'a Cre«. Address NATION*LL MEDiCAL INSTITUTE, Milwaukee. 'Wisconsin. i LONG DISTANCE MOVING Save Money on Long Trips By Making Ai rangements One Week in Advance. Get Rate* P. B. KESSLER, 613 McCorrnick Ave M Connellsville, P* Tri-State Phone 404. Bell Phone 234. F. X. ETAi'S ESTATE. Agents, Both rboncs. Homer's GotMn boocoooooooccooocoooooc

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