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May 6, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 2

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HIE DAILY COURIER CONNELLSVIJUOB, JPA, MONDAY. MAY 6, 131 r I Airs Otto Koehler Till entertain the O N T Pancywork club Thursday afternoon at her home in West Cedar avenue ' · The regular meeting of the T C T Fancrwort club will be entertained Fridernigktat the home of yiiaa Ethel Kuth instea£ of tomorrow night the regurar meeting night -"Tlieclanfl:j5£JErDmise a. delightful comed -sill be presented Thursday .eireifln£ at^Bute by Jthe choir ot the First Baptist church and on the Jol- Jonmig'Monday nigh.- at Dunbar The last meeting of the Sil\or Thimble club for the current season Trill 'be held W»dnewlay afternoon at the home of Mrs Joseph Riling m 'West Cedar avenue Srs Jarfles3£_"Becgre and little son Robert of'YvttsSnrj: visited afThe home of the former's parents Mr and JI-s_ Harry- Tweddall, m ietna street over Saturiyand Sunday Yesterday Mr and Mrs Twtddell celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary \\ith. a family dinner "Which w_as attended by their three daughters Mrs Beegle Miss Margaret and Miss Lida Mae and grindsorr Robert ST3KE SJON Of THE APPROtU OF CAPTAIN CHALFANT, PERRY SOLDIER, IS SAFE OVER THERE CONNELLSV1LLE NEAR THE MILLION AND HALF MARK, COtNTY IS CLOSE TO SIX The Alartha Mortoa Bible ftass of the Christian church has planned for a series of three food exchanges first to be held Saturd-aj morains at 0 (rttocfc in E. G Hall s store South Pittsburg street The monthly meeting of the B Y P U of the First Baptist Sundaj school will be'neld tomorrow evening at.745 o clock m the church chapel The L. TV class will meet Tanrsdaj evening at the home of \frs Iferberi. Semones _ia Morrell avenue, Grsenwood. Continued from Pat." One Ilir i] aster mechanics oice \Iib3 \ iiy l i i r t \va itcoud with a total or $JSS r 0 \riss Llin is a clerk m Ilto oil distributor b office Mist. UJn icht Stafford i stenoj,] apUci m the m isLcr mechanic s offfte was third TifUi $12500 A.11 o£ I h O S lib viorl cd ivur hi"d and w e i e untiring in Ihelr'pfLorls OIL rest, of tlcm rang hit, Cioin ?iOOO to S7000 each In tLpproUaUon :[ heir efforts Superm tcmltat Bioii^hton has given a oue pound boi of cand to eich oC tao L temporary command of t 1 ^ th id bat talion of the 61st regiment a w a i t i n g , ^ his promotion o the Ninth Brigade I . Headauarteis btaff i Tho fact that Captain C h a l f i n t 1 = the first Faiet e county bo to ccene the position of captain on Bngadej Headquarters staff lb said o be due to his engineering abilit} He spent two jeari at er g aduatmg fiori State i college m the U b engineering sei\ | ice ani was, Parama Canal inspector at the time of his -csigiation tap tain Chalfant is the son of L K dial fant of Perrvopohs srjLfHfR Summer is coming and w.itlj It are coming a number of new stle bath Ing suits Tbis one i , made ol pearl gray Jersey cloth 1 he belt collar trousers and lower part of skirt are s npod in rose The cap is also in rose and the flo vers are made or rub ber Unusual features of the cos- tume are ^ laced » aist and ttfl be it Former Terryopolis 3!un K (jn ItrlKnili ilejulctuartcrs Muft , I lr«i( I rnu Faette toiint) Captain Ra\ K Cliilfiuit, w h o re ceived Iiib commission at the b t u n d officers tiammg camp at Fort Ogle thorpe has armed In I ante acaid- lat, to information recoUod bi lib brother Otib W Cbalfant of Un on t o w n After iocc vms his conuuls sion Captain ChalTunt was assigned t" the 61st regl-nent stationed it C imp Greene Charlotte .N C wliero h ,,,,,,,,,, ln ,, , ntjons and ,, ho COHld served as companj commander to, I m ^ ^ n n ( ^ ^^ Or he tl unmL._ters "V\ S Tooriej I irncd n IT") SOO vvuin ng the pn« ( M i C l o l l ind or Somerset was i close suoml wita ?o) 000 to hib cred It J s liiln ore third w i t h ^ 1 7 ) 0 0 A \j McVlekir fourth wiU ?6 30" Of tap super\iborb "ft 11 Met/gar is the w i n n e r with $H BoO to h s cred t w i t h I R Ul ins assistuit supei viso-- ut Rockvvood an i \ n Dwire 1 i^rethrcr s u p t i v iot at bomerscl only a nose j motlt ac ^ behind him I he total imount of llurd Libertj Loan Bonds loiifeh b} employes 01 tho roniiellsville d vision is at, foi lows $-Or1)0 by ded ictlons from puvrol! $ J b 7 8 J by c,tsh hrougb the super iitoiutenl and $51 050 purchased hi cash b employes as reported by cashiers of Uie various banks n a k i r g a grand t)ta! of ?277150 Supervisor Hanna Rockwood Su pervisoi Wct/,.,ir C o n n e l s v l l e and supervisor D w i r e of Somerbet report Ibei- employ s as 100 per cent Super i itentienl s offlt e and all of the offices j In llie depot together vviJi the agent s RUM- ?1C FOR KH PROS*) o[ j icc , torce an _ also 100 por cert Ttlc \ l SOI Dlrh I H i T h l t y arda shops ami roundhmibe all d d At the suggestion of S M Goodman | fl[u _ bcmg t(o=( , ^ lofl Jer C(JU r])]s proprietor of the ^ouffh House ?lb 10 ^ molltltb to al)(mt iS2 p , r ^p^ Jor foi .he beiient of the Red Cross was , ^ cmnloj . es of ^ a GocuoilsvUle dirt sion Follow mtr IB r list of girl canvassers of the local dhition J\ell Cougherour $24 100 Mar) Hart 19000 M and Mrt Simon Kennell of Som erset township were summoned to| the bedside of their son Ralph who is senmislj i'l v, th German measles ?nd pneumonia at Camp Greene N C Youni; Kennell enlisted in the avia , Lion service "S KS P B NOON ! Mrs Ida Not a N jon 18 3earb old ftifc ot P B N u o n o Li-bL CouJiLlls villc died jestirdaj. UUrnoou it 3 J2 j clock ai the Lo t I^L S ate hospit il lol ov.mg an opt.ialio^ Mis Noou \vas idm ttd to th hospital on Uui Thursday e v e n i n g md \\ *·** onttaLed on Friday morning nic bod} w as la^en charge of b 1 i nual DULL tor ( harles C Mitcboll iod removed to the fam ly home ^ i i e i c funeral ^ci v ices i\ill be hcJd tonono^ afternoon *it 3 oO o cloclv followed by st,r\ic,cs at 2 i o cloc f OIL the Jnitcd B cth m i hurth Re\ j S bhcmei^ Uie I-a.Si.O3 v. ill o float e Interment m H 11 Gio^e ccmeu,r Mrs Noon ivas born in Conaeltsviile i o v \ n i i p I eb ruai y 2C 18"0 a d lughter of Hcarj anl Drucilla Laughny l)otl decease 1 jNo\emner JO 189J bhe s as m i r r cr' to P B Jsoon of Johnstown M am Mrs Noon resided on bouth Pittsburg btrt.e until 1D12 w h e n tbc rrovcd 10 i farm in Bu'Uk a township Mn Noon was a membrr of the United ch irch and vis one of its e vorkers bin. was orc^i dtn oC the I^adirs Aid society a= bistant super ntcnd-nl of thx, pri i irj dnpai tmcnt of the buidj.^ ^choo Lreasuier of the Sundaj sebco! a m e m b e r of the Ro^t.1 Oi-cle clt^R of the \\ on an s Mibbinnarj associai on a d of the offic al board o r Uie churob S K} is sur\i cd bv Jier hiibband n J one brother ^ al c N Laufchrcy of Conn lisM le raised at a dinner given yesterday the home of Mr and Mrs \braham Mart in West Crw.Eor«l a%tnue NVest Side in lioaor of the arrival oS a soa at the Mart home Twenty-five per sons were present. Re* Slutskins, who *as among the gursts offerid a prayer for President Wilson and the soldit rs The Bamist Brotherhood of the -Pitts-burg Baptist assoeiation will hold . hlch ]s d!tferent frDm ^^ modl , its anmiat meeting -Taursday at the f -- - - -^ Central Y M C A. J C Carpenter of Ohio, will speak on The Issue of the Hour ' A sp«cial meeting f the I H N Mrs. C There are no elaborations or other e\ inarv tramming' It is abso-- simple and very prettj HIM)RTI) TLTJI HCP om to HFB rnoss The Hut of the 110th infantry until recentlj established at Camp Hancnck Augusta Ga bab been donated to the Red Cross by C vpLain Char'es Scao.ll chaptitm of the rcgi men and who was in charge of the E Enos of Sjcamore street QUl fhe cost of the construction a" class ol the First Methodist Episcopal I lias gone to Erie to -visit her sistei , tne hut was pronded for bj contribu ccurcn, will be held tonight in the Mrs Dr Hall uons ot friends of the Old Tenth In church, anaei All members are urged Read our advertisements | r 3atry O f the^National Guarc. of Penn- to attend. . j srvl ania The Touag Ladies Guild of the Trinity Reformed church will meet Friday evening at the r ome of Mrs C A Pnrbaugh in Green rood The regular meeting of the Ladies,' Ccle No 300 to the Crand Army of the Republic -vnll be held Tirarsda attemoon, 10. Odd Fellows hall Blanche Stafford Qlle Pore . Frances Duffy -Brigie Gal ighe Frances I^ricl -Thelma Ca.mper _ Emma Navones - JjOttie Keffer Nell FieniUcn ~ . 8_00 6600 3_5l iOoO ^050 23«Q - O O U 700 The Graiid Internati nal Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Locomotive Bn- Cineers vfill meet Wednesday afternoon in Odd Fellows hall The L. C B A will meet Wednesday night in the Panchial school auditorium ness Women s Christian will meet Tiiursday night s Temple South FMXfflUMFINEOF $10018 BY MAYOR DUGGAN · In. Odd burg street PERSONAL Mrs W B Knolle tas_ returned borne from a visit with friends m Pittsfcurg _ "VIiss Margaret Bumgarner of .ew -York 13 the guest of M r s Carl S of_,GrMn street he5l w place_ to~ shop after all SBoe Ctk--Adv ·id.Goodman, a student m .the of Pittsburg spent the week end with his parents Mi and Mrs S M JJoodman of the Tough House "tie was accompanied" to Pitts- biirg this morning by his sifter iliss {lather Goodman Miss iforaima Rosich teacher of Spanish ip. the timontonn high school and Miss "Marj Lyons of Umontown ·Leie aieats of M.ISB Mary L Gans ·testeiday Miss Rosich, ivho is a na ti\e ofJPonce Porto Rtco was a class mate of Mtss Cans at Pennsylvania State College You can buy ' cheap clothes" at cheap prices anywhere, bat Ior_iigh- elas*- tailoring at the right price see Da* e, Cohen Tailor --Adv Dr J C Arnold and daughter Miss Arnold of Philad( Iphia who j t called here Ty the death of the Coco Pars toe Cash Knther Than Take Alternative 01 JJilrt) Davs. Patsy Bolwag alias Patsy Ccfco was fined $100 or 30 days to jail by Mayor John Duggan in police court this morning 1 or the tlrst time since ConneUs^ille became a. thi-d class citj the maximum fine of $100 vvas im poaed Coco has a bad name -with the polu e but on other occasions when arrested he always left a forfeit and did not appear before the mayor Last night when he was ar-ested instruc tionb to ta*£e no forfeit were given Coco is charged with* being the pro jnetor of a disorderly house in the north end of the city The house was raided Saturday night five women and one man being arrested. The man, Seal Moses, left a ?25 forfeit and tne five women each $o The were Lil Han. Raniin Ruth Grant Elizabeth Goldberg Helen Kellj and Olive Pick. lord Last night Coco told Iieuien anc ASdDonald and Patrolman Turner he was going to fii the pulice in the i morning so they locked hinfcup o be sure he would be here today j The prisoner told the majOt his oc j cupation was that of cook. That g a j ne» name for your work is it'' asked I the mayor Well you 11 just go to jail for 30 das or. pa $100 fine Coco paid over $70 and promised to lia-ve the remaining ?30 by this a'tor noon HAS STRANGE PIGEON Ttnflson Captor Btljefts» It Lamp rrom British IttttUtshin While feeding a llock. of pigeons . the yard oC his home at North Daw ONLY PLANTS OF FIRST IMPORTANCE IN THE WAR PROGRAM WILL GET COAL Other, Mill Ha-\e Thm Supply ^ ary Much Curtailed, is tht Warning I ram Fuel VdndmstratioH P B Nojes who i» dirtcung the conser^ atiou ca.mjtujjn oC the B ucl ·Vc-rmrustraUon stated last \vet-k. that from he pieseru ouJook the coal supply of manufactureri, whose output is. r o t o f first importance in cnri ag out tht naaon s W E J program or is no absolutely isstnC al to the public at large will have lo be scrioua y curtailtd. The b st and most pitnotic \vay F or business men. to help nov, Mr Noyes satfi it 10 get wartime bLbt ne^s in place of peace thru, business The throe or four nilroadi, con centrated i- a smill aioa -nith Peun 1110. iJJd West Virginia is a ceo delncr three-fourths of the coi son esterda^ James S came into possession of a fine earner pigeon ^uich ne believes is an Ka Slifaii pigeon coming from an English battleship The carrier flew in from the southeast alighting among the ones Mr Laughrey was feedm 0 Op. erarnmini, the bird Mr Laugh rej found on one of i-s legs a. band on wto-h uas the following Inscrip s\I' tion 30 D B--13 He tilings the Uro ban^ wa^ made "rom a- cartridge shell | of Luc courtr* and t] esc fhr^e of rb,c ntgeoa is as blaclt ab a crovr and p ou- railroads mi *5 i,el his coal ver pretty 1^, ^as almost exhaust i trough i li'niter nunber of gate j Cl "*·: ed and \e"j huagrv Mr Lawghrcj ways to s,erve the ac n e war and the MRS T bCDTT DUVV Imprebsne and beau iful funeral bcj\iceii Vitrc hrki Saiarda -iflt-rnoon 1 for Mrs I 1 Scott L)uim Short ser\ I itcs verc held at- Uie Cami hojnc in Eighth street G*eenwood a 1 o cloek f o l l o w e d bv sen leas at UIL riat*ood.h clni ch iiie funeral was one a U-c lirgc*,i 1 eld m th it ooiuniun: j m re | Ctiit j oarb the or^c churt being j f i l k d v th relj-tncb ind f-undb of tlit I decLdbcd. in the neighborhood a.nd ' f r o m more dibtint lomls Re\ T\ N ( \n Icrson. ol FbilacelpJ la an intimdto I f r u n d o£ thL Ouun I mii\\ and i lor ' mci pastor of he ,hu ch o' \\hich. M"s Dunu was a menntei 4 i Q sisi i d bj i\c\ E I Mi.rs a i d Re\ RusscM tt Laurel H 11 pcv J S Haj s of rial uonds Rei \f S VrlHat of "Monon gahc % ind 11^ M J L\erhart of Lonneli 1 - i l l e officia ed The choir of he Ocal L i l t e d P t e s l n t o i a n church san., ippropriatc s lections lli° floi il ribLtes, were mirntrous an^ un Ubj.aU hardfaomt TOG pallbeareib were Mber Gaddis o f ? nlonto\vn Jo scph Hondo on and J A D o u n s of \ tndorbilt J I Bute George I V i m stroa 0 and Robe t \\ V len all of Uus mt\ lnu.rm.en vfl.b uadc in rid,t \voods cemetcrj I T G M I L I b R The func-a of I L G Miller wa* helo Fridav iftc noon from the f niih i csi COLO jn sou h Co mellsulle Re\ J A Haj b i igh issibtn b Kcv J ^ ^till \j.son and Re\ M U Ul g ] 1m tl t latter pastoi of Uie South L-onue Ibvlllt I inL,elical chuit-h ofii Liite-1 Mtmbtri o r the J u n i o r O r i c r Vinerican Mot-JaTiics o£ ^ h i c i r M I loi wds a number ~\\c c amc is Lh m*nv fr ends m a endmci Amon» he t u t of to%vu itrbonb at the fun cral were Mr imi- Mr S R Miller of F iladc'lphia the foi met d brother of thx d ceased Cs B Mil r r of Pi sons "ft \ t. an uncle Dawv Mille of Bro d lord Dillic Adaais of Pitts fuire M s list, Williamson Delia J h o r f and r 1 usu of lljndman Thorp and t ila Biner of a\ is taking \ery good care of the stray carrier and is \ery anuou^ to loarn of its o^vncr ard its history DONSAR LODGE ORGANIZED noa war industries m ncarl a score of uae Dabto'-n and Midd c Wcstt-i i states he continued This crea es at many points around the large coal regions *bat \*L call bottle neckt -railways lending nto important indus trial areas ·which cannot physical h Scms 01 I tub llwld Initiation and Re-1 carrv more than so many cirs o p ciptiou nt J Hull Jurbar lodge No S33 Sons of Itaiy fre ght per day lie merchatidi^e frcigh re was o"guiizel jesterday afternoon at | duced to tho lowest po^ible terms | G ^ ca the Madcaa hall on the \Vcst Side The lodge has a membersb p of 117 In itiation was held at 1 o clock and a reception at 3 o clock The lodge was organised bj Organ izer JDeSilvestr*of Philadelphia who came here for the ceremonies I ,£k j l j g l ulfLUl^aU fhe police says Coco bangs around ani OQe balf feet the downtown streets and when they start on a raid he calls his house on the phone giving everyone a ccance to get away They a he notified the north end house of the raid Saturday night, teat being the reason only the 'manager and five womtn were arrested instead of several \ sitors in former's -mother-in law Mrs T Scott DQETrr"ettinied home yesterday afternoon Mrs \moTd remaiied Mr and i£rs^ Iajc Spacn. ot Pittsburg were" gticsts of Mr and Mrs Alfred Kobaclcr of Isabella Road Tes- terday For tb» best and cheapest repairs on that roof conductor or spouting ""see F T Evans Estate.-- Adv ilja Harv Davis of Conf fuence has" returned home a'ter a. v^slt ^rith Mrs Josepn Dixon of .East Crawford ave- Fines and forfeits for yesterday and today tota^d $1^4 'Ball for Ked Croas A benefit ball tb,e proceeds to be for the Dawson Red Grose will be held tomorrow e^eBl^g in the Coch ran banquet hall at Dawson The houis are from 8 to 2 o clock The entire proceeds wiUJje turned over k o the Bed Cross The committee Is composeaj?! Mrs J C^ Levergood of Dawson and Miss Grace Moore of JUrs J M Re d of West?- Peach streer is spending the da In Fitts- burg ^Tr--and iltsr^Viniam Beaford and Scflttdale spent yesterday Bfeiutotds aceat*t M Pictures for Children. The Dickerson Bun. Y K C A has arranged for a series oJt pictures to be shown every Pndaj afternoon, at 430 o clock during tae inontns of j I tills Dig BlacksniiJte. Jargt blackanake measuring four killed cster ia afteinoon by Mrs Robert IIos tettlor ol Snder street She distxn ercd the leptile on a rose jush In the ard. of ker homo and. used a broom handle to kill It T)nu?htcr In Tit nrj Homo. ,Vr ind trs R D Penry ot Daw It is found at se\eral of these gateways that the co*il which. CT.U pos siblj be moved through to the steel mills to the powder mlUi and to the big shipbuilding yards beyond is Icbs ppr da th n is nccessarj to keep those pUnts runn ng 100 per cent though not a pou d w e r e furnii, ed to noi war mdustn in those dist ic s W e nrc takinj, tlic big coal users first Tho bu Id ng material indus try outside of the structural steel uses 32 000 000 tons of coal and puts 100 000 000 tons of freight on the rail roads so we are propar ng to restric bu Idmg e\cap when It is absolute necessir In fact in every industry tlieic has got to be i great curtiil moot ard n ho things tl at are c assert as luxuries theie will bo little son are recenmg congratulations upon corsulerat on sho vn the birth of a dauUitei iho third girl in the Huiry familj Mr Henty Is cashier in the Tin,! Natioral Jlarik of Dawson IHd in Ciimlicrlimd James H Corbett of bi^ \illc Hun and Delia Hoffman of Mr-jcrsti lie Hslskell I Hoover of Indian (reek and Delia Rjtenour of Narirulrille weie granted licensee to wed In Cum berland Girl at Herd Hom«, A daughter was bon S iturday Mr and Mrs W-il ia.ni L Herd Uaeir home in the ^mut/ apartments Wafat Crawford avenue West Side Herd w as formerly Miss Jane at . May and June for the benefit of school i K a u f l n a n VISITATION DAY Lonnt) JteprosentjilnoH Vppeand I t b - ttrriaj it All Suitdny Schools Yesterday was visitation daj I tlio Sunday bchools AStogUK 21j per sons were fis,igne3 to tht 26 s ) sclioolB of tho count; For Comicllsiille Ao assign nents weie Trnitj Lutlicrar \Ers ttla St aman South Connells\ille Oust rtetlylou an J W Da-wson Uniontown afetho dist Protestant and German ^ u t h t r u i JObtpL 1 Sti ckler D ckersou Run Method s Epibcopa.1 G W Orei wood Dunbar Christ in J 0 Beahm t i n L u l \\i 1 aria of Ph Udo]Tlni Mr M Ikr ^ h o was Uie onh support of hib paiciits had a ]jos of fr end 1 ; DR J T ECT\V1 ibbR Lar r i.l\ ·'t endcrt wa ht f meraj of Di J o i n I D ^ l w e i R r held e ter dav afteniooti ft on t i t 1 ir^t Mct^o dlht 1 piscopal c h i i c h Uuicutov-n Ke^ J ^r Thoburn the Tag tor as sistd M Rc\ J S Dromley of t e el Baptist cburdi ai d Kov \V Scott Bowman of the fct.con1 Pres- )yte ia i church oDJcii cd Dr Del \vbiler wai [he ten h mcmle of the conkregalion of thr I Irst Methodist Lpisco ia.1 church Inioutow n to die in His comeroncc eaj and was the thud pncumoria \icum in u e past few mouths The music s\ Lb m cliargc ol L T C i a m b c t l U n and tbe ^ tctions w e i L all favorites o£ Dr D r t w u l c t The p U l o c rets uo'-e M IT Claik T S 1 ac ej Dr A L Crow Di 0 II Al man It oinas shu^au ^v Ruaae I tu-rr K I Patteison and I L. Mc^a mo e ICn H McCLHUI^^D Ro tl McClelland *G ear- old and the onl'v 3011 o£ [oru-cr Count) Coni issionui a r j Mrs n H McCleUa-nd d cd labt ».\ening at the hom_ of Jo facpli J u U e i n j^i tnklin touiiship near riat\vt)o-1s ivheio hb w is taken abt ^fonday evening He wab takcu liJ at the camp w h e r e ' c had oeen locatvd w a i his father OT a road bu Idug con tract and he t i c w t-o much «or e a most mimerhatfly lhat H w i s impos siblc to remote bin LO h s home In add tion to ib pirents he is su"V]\ed bv bis \odo\\ fo n cr Miss JobPph int bV" les in infant daukUei anc LUice bisters 'COME AND SEE' Tke HOME of QUALITY and SERVICE 129 to (33 N PlTTSBURS St CONNELLSVILLE 1 .® CONNELLSVSLLE'S GREATEST STORE Pretty House Dresses for $1.25, 51.39 and .SI. 98 Good stjle gam ent*, bat ha\c n air of grace and beaut -- c right bC'ncd ngh imishcd right In cvor respect as good as v^oiild mak^ tbun minus vhe houis of sewing bie Hit Drt^^LS at ot s Sl«l ( ) and ^1 30. Danity Goods Bngbt and fresh is the Sunnier mom are thf new wash fabr sbo\vn here Dainu and. crj^p are UIL vea\e i 3 to be been the colorir beinfc tae most chjrmin 0 Empire Voiles ^0 ntbcs w i d e in the Tiost beai ti r u co onngs at 50c a i-aii Silk Gingham and Tissues The designs are con eu f b t colorings are so damt\ and fine *-i n hi ead aie mte v-o en n such i / n ^ r ^ d of fanciful wajs that tan ^aidh iclp le leMng that he) arc full of Ijfe \A e are qu uj e that jou vii! itlnnre them at ;0c the ard New Ginghams and Percales This \ ) 1 I bo a yeit *VVosh GooJs S i f e "You \\tll fi^d a large qu tit} of nnc Madras Gingham P icalf") and De\onshires here rav lower than u s u i l for tomorrow " \ S c \ c Jjrown in sc^ ci-altbousc \ards of \?*- desirably stjle and colorm e s and bv comparison jou \ find the prices Jie "vcr^ ]o«Cb for eq lal qualities S°e the New M idras Gingham fu 1 32 inches \\ide price 3Cc va Dfvorshire Cloth in all the newest st\leb and colorings at 43c j Best trade of ^ercale*. f i l l ^ird wide hg it and dark colour; Choue ^ou ^ard argains in I V. ii A tract of 112 acres situated within one nule of 1 B iL 0 R R main hue all d o w n glade to depot and n tovn of SOO peopJe having High School facilities and f churches This tract has 60 acres of bearing peach and ap trees -which have been gnen the best possible care T good houses and outbuildings a %\ell and ne\er faili Sprirg iithm 30 feet of the house All will bear clos inspection An excellent opporrunitj to make good money z give Summer homes for men of moderate means Spec reason for selling Pjice $12 000 Teims reasonable Parties OWTI one other tract a little larger, two-thu of planted acreage in bearing which can be bought reasonable pnce \\rite for full particulars Cumberland Fruit Exchang Bo* 27', CU3IBEELAJD, J intu c* the bctt a appo rmne «cn ice bifcti and health pio i \ t t *11 T c del fhtn of vour vacation bcfiin the moment j ou bourd t D C Coai L. nc ^teomcr f r beam fu! Mack nac Wand-for balf of !-c dchft saicia he Lake vovacc Ri ojd ke * arc honored oa aU D C Line neamen wnh The D C 1 t ^ and i?3 nr ak i I hatcou d be Al Meamem *te er ppcd ^ *i li cit » 'clcsi service. All ·naiet is utr i -cJ by ultra »iol« ray ptoceas T-AO splrnd d ve»els-r.ii oj M 3 ckm-c II C 11 if Alp-[ 3 II--orcntc four time* a week t Mack -tt h and Prow Tolro Snturd. 5 S 30 A M T-JMtlayi and 6-00 P M From D«tvot Mo-idii · _ _ _ . _ . , _ W dnc»ds** and Fnrf»* SJ3 1 \ I Send j ceni t ntnp for tlluuratrd i Great I nhe» map Vddren l~ ' P A 9 Thiid \rcnuc IVtrnlt LONG DISTANCE MOVING Save Money on Long Trips By Making ^ rangements One Week in Advance. Get Rat P. B. KESSLER. 613 McCormick Ave., Connellsville, I Tri-State Phone 404. Bell Phone 234. L.DW \.ED rOVI UEACl Maj 6--The body o' 1 dwdrd Cu^JcJiart of B adcoek who died Thursdaj was bro^tbt eie es South Cone Isville Tnnity Kctorn cd I to da n o i m n g and taken to Addisoii In P-sbowibon the screen at the Y II C v rbinlding are ery Interesting and in structive^ At night they will be shown to adn-lts 0^ 4PTAaCl. IX iIu:C] g^ H I L D R E N ,. Should not be "io«ed" lot coldi--apply "«*· iae--aOe--»UO KCT. B.mm Speaker, The annual baccalaureate sermon to J the, graduates ot the Dawson high school was delivered last evening in fhe Cocnran Memorial Methodist church by Rev H A. Baum in the presence of a large audience repre seating all of the churches Hot! Cross Sue al. The Junior Red Cross of the John son and Gilmorc schools w ill hold a social lue-day evening May llth in the Johnson school for the benefit of the Red CiObS CASTORIA For Infants and Children In Use For Over 3O Years Spot Light Donee lonii;ht. At Jacques Markell Hall Juferle --Adi --4-21. , P H Beigliley Com ellsville liip list Di J r Ken Connellsviht linitert Brcthun D K \rtnnn Con nclls\nUe Ch uch of the Bipth en C A. Puihaugt Coriiells^llle Saha tion Vrrry \\ II r iend ( onnells ville South Connol svil e L/rajgel cal Harold Bojd Oolme ls\ille Home I i o m Jliointr 1 rip I W \Vright a r r i v e d home jester dav morning from \i v, Vork wneie 3e b o i g b t luerelm (Use foi the \\right Met/ler compan sLoic lor inioimont Mr Lngifhart w h o w is isfai-s anc pa^uastei at tbe L i gar i hompioti steel -works in Brad doct «a bin and rsaied near Lis tnnljurs, v d se\ pra ^ o irs lontown Ii.e\ A N Slat on roeloi n St Pctei s Luibcopl ( n u i e L w i ) f iiciae Inteimeni ml) be in O i tjrose ecm ci% JM wr Samuel A bert ^il rout two d n o -1 infant son of 'tie ard and l a i i i ^hutf ^iltrouu diet this norm t i tile fumilv residcncp in SoiiUi t i n nr!lsville I uneral tonorrow mor lilt w i t h in ermcnt in Mount Olive euue teiv \eep the little ones heal In ft'-cl Their tendei senMtne bod j i e a toplm 0 healing ! u i n ago ]( _ ss ,, m e c n o -Jicparc Ihcii ·.tomachs mo\e-l to 3r uldock He wa« marneii i for sumnie i s J u at Hojlistcr s Rocki to a datinhtoi of the late Jeiry Lag Mourta u Tf is n h i b l t and s"ic ton of LiLstotlbur? thoio bu not nj nous "Joe -- Coil Ineilsiille Drug Lo -- Idi 'i Yough Hous 1 luler New ·i Clean Quiet Place for Familj to Lat --o-Let L H Know M h a t "You ^ and How \ou "\\ant Jt Mrs GOOD SuISMCE --o-C J irmstrong, ISnys fronds in 1 asl, Uf red H Kobacker w ho has been in New \oilc buying ^ ods for the an Eighth j, leet Greenwood at 1 o clock tuined homo Saturday O w e n M e e h a n 7 j e a r s o l d died Friday evening a his home m Grant s reel eimontovvn follow ng an ill ness of pneumonit- ATTQRI\r\ RO-EERT P The funeral of Attorrey Robeit P Kennedy will be held tomorrow after noon at 2 o clock S ion the family res tdcnce in Peons} Ivatua avenue, Uu Son is ]»trn. A ba^ boi waij born recently to Mi and M ; J o i n LaMoa Ji of Da ^ c on i b o fa nh is uow com posed n si\ ho\t, and o^ girl Vr l a j l o s s moth i \Jrs Job i I a t o n 3r nho is "G \ear -old is tbe moth er o 5 " 23 chiifireu fac\cn guls and s;\ oovs She has 67 grdnacbildren Absolutely Rem Indigestion. Drug refund money if it fail

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