The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on May 7, 1918 · Page 5
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, May 7, 1918
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TUESDAY, MAY 7, 1918 TEffi; DAlJ^Y COUR.IEK, CONNELLSVIUJS PA. PAGE FIVE. NEWS OF THE DAY AT ML PLEASANT BRIEFLY RELATED V Draft Board Ordered to Prepare for Ketfistermg Men Becoming: 21. BURGLARS CONTINUE TO OPERATE To Relieve Sick Headache -7-Remove {he Cause! W HEN your head aches you wiH tisttal- 1 Home of C. R. Ferner rntcrcrt Atrmbcrs 01 Family Sit oil Hie Porch and $32 is Stolen; fagtne lnrdeti, Borongli Solicitor, Succeeds Hunt, ly find th^t you are constipated and { Hlious. To correct constipation and clear \ tke -system of tke fermenting congestion [ of stomacK waste, foul £ases and tile, use Special to The Courier -UODVT PLEVS4NT Ma 7--Glean Harrison and Rob«rt Shumar ha\e been accepted zs auto mechanics in the special government semce and will likely report about llaj 17 to Washington barrack'! Washington, D C Another Mount 3'Ieasant bo* to be accepted into special sen tee is Trank. Burgess,, colored bugler v,ho mil report soon to Ton \\avne Michigin lo Raster On TnentT-onei. Orders have been leceiied by the local draft board to prepare for registration of tho»e persons who have become 21 vear« old s'nce June 5 191" The registration ftil be of men in District No 6 and vill be conducted by the local board on a date to bo set bj the President. Burglars Still Vcthe. On Sundaj evemn.; while Mr and Mrs C E Fernr v,eree sitting on their Mrs, C R. rerner were sitting on their home by the rear doo and took $22 Jcew olieltor Chosen. At tie monthly meeting of council last evening the resignation of Ralph Hurst as borough solicitor was, accepted and Eugene "Warden/was elected in his stead Residents ol tie township wio have tapped the borough sewer were present and told how jity got service A motion was adopted to have the street commissioner, under the direction of the street committee, close the sewer off at the borough line unless the person.! using the line pay tue fee to enter inside of 30 dajs A petition was filed for a light on DR. CALDWELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN c Uhe Perfect Laxative Drug Stores Everywhere -- 50 cts. JTM $1.00 A TRIAL BOTTLE CAN BE OBTAINED FREE OP CHARGE BY TO DR. W B CALDWELL, 457 WASHINGTON ST VONTICELLO. ILLINOIS Dawson. DAWSON May 6--Mr and Mrs Prank Wright of Monessen, spent Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Geoige C McGill i It R Roberts has moved his. Cam-j ily to toirn from Connellsilllo I Mi and Mrs J L Thomas spent over Sundaj with friends in JIcKeea- porL Mrs Jesse Snyder of Connellsville spent Sundav here «ith friends and ""elathes j Jlr and Vfr= James Hurst ot Scottdale cij'led on fitend^ Sunday- Mr, JE McGill has re urned home from a. visit with her daughter, Mrs Jame-, Hurst Scottdale Perryopolis. PDllRYOPOLIS, May 4---Mis Clarence Patterson of Pitteburg is Tjsit I ing lie- mother, Mrs Charles Martla ATrs Rathryn Herrlngton ot Donora called on town friends Thursdav The W C T U met Wednesdd} aft ernoon with Mrs J 0 Stenger Arrangements were made for tile district convention to be held May 9 at Vanderbilt Cooper Byers of St Clalrovillc O spent the week-end with his parents near Flatwoods Dickerson Run. DICKBRSO-N RIA May 6 --S TV Catoa of Cumberland was a recent business cailer here -Mrs Sam Bridges \va= calling on Pittsburg frieids yesterda\ Mrs W A. Wood and M-s John Keencj were shopping and calling on Councils,-life friends Saturday Mrs iv C Durbm aad daughter Mrs Geo-ge Dickerson, weie shopping m Putsburg Sa urdav Mrs A. B Josep-h of Dawson is spending a fen days visiting her sister, Mrs JV D Rittir who is vorj ill at her home at Mount Pleasant Mrs R. B Secret has returned home after spending a few days with, her son, Howard Secrist, wita tho 110th Infantr camp Mr and Mrs at an embarkation J D Sycamore street, AH bills were or- | turBed ' Jom aftCT spending a week ' tiered paid The burs ess' check £01 $221 50 was received, it covering receipts from his office for the past month For lied Cross. An excellent progran has been arranged for tonight at 5 o clock at the opera house by the Institute Choral club, under ths direction of Miss Elizabeth Jones of the vocal department fTromJnent and the Orchestral club under the direction ot Prof J Hunter Gamble The proceeds o£ this concert will be given tae Red Cross caapter Tickets may be exchanged at Morrison s jewelry store A chorus of 40 voices will take part. Other 'ote«.. the tatter's parents, Mr John "ioung at Sharon, Pa, Miss Ruth Queer undrwont an operation at the jMemonal hospital yesterday. Mr . and Mrs Milton Bungard of Leisennng No 3 spent Sunday with ilr and Mrs B G Turns "I'M IMPROVING IN EVERY WAY" Sernntonuin TclU Cluster Midicine Garu Him fii Vanderbilt. VANDBRBILT MAy 6--Mr and Mrs J Ea'Ie Roberts of Brownsv lie spent Sundav with the Formers parents Dr and Mrs G B Roberta on Sundav Mr and Mrs R J Stoner and daughter Catherine o£ Scottdale spent Sunday \\ith Mrs Stoner s parents, Mr and Mrs "V\ illiam Bailev Mr and \irs Ru^el] of Belle Vernon spent Sundav with Mrb Russell's sister, Mrs W J Reed Mr and Mrs, Joseph Means and childien of \ti Sterling spent Sunda aitb. relames hero Miss Grace Moore is visiting at the home of her brother, Robert ifoore, of New Geneva Mrs J H Edwards and daughter Virginia, Dr and Mrs J H Hazlett Mers have re and daugnter Anno., Mrs S E Porter Mr and Mrs C C Collins and Tamil} Mrs W A Cosgrove and daughter Ester R i. McLaughlin A M Snyder, M-s I I Collins Mrs S VT Bnan and daughters Stella and Ruth, Rev and Mrs D C Wlutc and Miss Mamie Kidue'l Miss Mirv Henderson and Mis'! Carrie prison werd among tht ones from here v\ bo attended the lectuie hv Lieutenant George H Roerier at tho Dunbar township high school on Sunday afternoon A A \rison of Cheat Haven, visited Mr and Mra K. L McLaughiin on Sundaj Umerv Pratt who has been stationed a Camp Hancock has beea tranfcircd to Camp Upton Long N Y Mr Pratt is the ion of . Liberty and a b-o he r of John Pratt of th s place. Mrs J H Barncklow Mrs Albert Gra and babv Mr aot' \t-s ^ilHarn Bamcklow and Frank TUrricklow CONNELLSVIIIE MAN HAS THANKSGIVING EVERY DAY "Two years ago atloi sufforlng many years with stomach trouble, I took a course of M a j r s Wonderful Remedy and haven t been sick a day since I can eat anything I want and have no pain at all Three doctors had adUsed operation but oui rom ed has cured me J3vcry day is than'tsgiving for me It m a simple, harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the Intestinal tract and allays the inflammation which causes practically all stomach, liver and intestinal alments, Including appendicitis One dose will convince or -nonej refunded. A. A. Clarke --Adr OUR NINTH ANNIVERSARY A I FT JL-* JL-i BEGINS FRIDAY, MAY llth. The Biggest and Most Important Bargain Event in Connellsville We hac planned for months ior 1HIS GREAT SALE and of special mention is the fact that our Mr. A. J. Kobacker lias just returned frojn the et\ iork market, -where he has closed Immense Purchases under the most favorable conditions- Indeed pages of ad- TcrtlHemcnts couldn't do justice to (he IMTIEXSE SI OCRS. THE VAKIETIES, THE BEAUTIFUL 5EY STYLES, and a)o\e all THE TtOMJEKFtl. VALUES that will be offered IN THIS S\LE. See Our Full Page Advertisement in Thursday's Paper. SALE BEGEs'S FRIDAY AT 9 A. 31. SALE S BEGIXS TRIDAY AT D A. H. and How J L Vliet of 303 Linden street Scranton past commander of Camp 8, Sons of Vevoratis and captain of First compani, Second -egimcnt S Tf G Pennsylvania brigade, said recently I have suffered iaten;e! for a long ! island TRY OUR CLASSIFIED ADLETS, while f"om gastritis and indigestion j Mrs Kate Pratt of "Whatever I ate seemed to produce bad after effects, such as gas on nyv stomach and nausea. In fact, I "was always or very gen- MiITrruff-y "of Belfcyornoa. ,, the ,^f ^ £££ ^^ ^ vis.tU the former , s,te r at Counel.s guest of Mr. and Mrs D H Stoner. Lieutenant Gordon Miller, vnth his ·wife, who are the guests of "Mr and Mrs John Free., gave a Re-Dnion Presbyterian day morning. at the ihurca Sun- FAST. Liberty Bond Clnb Has a Large Item- licr-lup. Is Connellsville patriotii ' The best answer *a that question is the large number of people who have joined the Libertj Bond club which has its headquarters at the First National Bank K\erj uiember of tb.e club has the privilege of buving .v bond and pajing for it in easy vvecklj installments There Is no initiation fee Anybodv who desires to help Uncle Sam is welcome Call a' the bank tor full information --Adv · tinualij | The trouble annoyed me no little | and I became run down in everv way ville Sundaj afternoon. Mr and Mr= James Dunn and sons of Lmo-uown Malted t i e laser's I lost strength and was nervous and I fa ; her G f or f McBurnej of East Lib- Read our advertisements depressed at tmes I heard about this Tanlac got some of JL I began imprcnJng after using only a few doses of Tanlac, and I have been improving constantly e^or since I put tne medicine to what, I called a supreme test the other evening when I attended a banquet, and felt no ill after-effects from what I ate there "This Tanlac is not only straightening my digestion out, but seems to soothe and strengthen my stomach Tanlac 13 now sold here b the Connellsville Drug Co Tanlac can also be secnrd m Dunbar at D C Eason s Drug Store--Adv erLj, ^e'=tL^dav Try Onr CJaassified Ads. Tfcry cost only 1 cent a word and always bring results , MOVE BY AUTO TRUCKS B01HPHONIS ORPHAN'S TRANSFER OPPOSITE POST OFFICE CONNELUSVILLE. PA. PARAMOUNT JHE ATRE --TOD VI-- HOW A NATIOK THREW OFF ITS CHADJS IS TOLD IN "THE LEGION OF DEATH" METRO 7 ACT SPECIAL PRODUCTION DD LUXE DESCRIBING RllSSIA S FIGHT FOR FRDEDOM AND THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTION, STARRING EDITH STORtTC "THE BDRNHARDT OF THE SCREEN AS RUSSIA? WOMAN WARHIOK ALSO A COMEDY IN 2 ACTS LONG DISTANCE MOVING Save Money on Long Trips By Making Arrangements One Week in Advance. Get Rates. P. B. KESSLER. 613 McCormick Ave., Connellsville, Pa. Tri-State Phone 404. Bell Phone 234. T 0 M 0 BK O W "IT'S A BLUEBIRD SEE MONROE SALISBURY AND HUTII CLIFFORD IN THE STIRRING AND EMOTIONAL DRAMA "THE RED, RED HEART" ADAPTED FROM THE FAMOUS NOVEL BY HONARE WILLIAMS ' ALSO 4N L I\0 COMEDY IN 2 ACTS. ORPHEUS THEATRE --TODAX- \ULLI4M S HART IN I'OMOKROTV Wslliara Fox Presents VIRGINIA PEARSON "A DATOHTtn OF FIL\3CE" Soisson Theatre 2 MORE BIG DAYS TODAY and TOMORROW America's Greatest Musical Comedy Success "MY 25 -PEOPLE- Real Hawaiian Singers Dancers 25 A Host of Pretty Girls Positively a $1.50 Show for 25, 35 and SOc Matinee Daily at 2 P. M. Prices 25 and 35 Cents. Evenings at 7:30 and 9:15 A Percentage of Proceeds of the Performance Tuesday Evening will be for Benefit of Y. M. C/A. Overseas War Fund ! * " · ' ' ' ' in in IF IT'S AT ARCADE IT'S GOOD THE THEATRE WHERE THE SHOW IS ALWAYS GOOD Chas. W. Boyer Presents The Acme of Miniature Musical Comedy Organizations A Big Whirly Girly Show And Then Some In a Repertoire of Miniature Musical Comedy Monday and Tuesday --In-"LOVELAND BOUND" A Big Classy Show Wednesday and Thursday --In-- "SHOW ME" A Real Production Friday and Saturday - --In-- "LONESOME CORNERS" A Frappe of Fun r '' SPECIAL SCENERY--EXQUISITE GOWNS--CLEVER COMEDIANS A ROOF GARDEN SHOW IT 10--Musical Comedy Favorifes--10 Catchy Music--Pretty Girls--Clever Dancers Matinee Daily 2.30 10 and 15c; 7.30 9.00 I5c and 30c

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