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May 14, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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TCTESDYY MVX 14 _J THE DAILY COLRIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA PAL,K. GARBAGE RATES MUST BE REVISED UTTS DECLARES Children Cry for Fletcher's Jeal of Department Council Fibres to .EmU t\ on't licet. ***V'nfVV*W*AI*{VtV^^ ^ 8 SfflTCW fill UONTH'S EXPENSES $672 gamit fhiv rhfro Hnc Hun lollic- lions t« Date 01 V p n n j \ i m uelj Mill, Whole Ordjnunir Vt Is t Kc Kc- eonstrackil tu Vrondc 'Hit Kind Ton Have Always Bought his borne tlie sisni- ture oi Ch i- il I Ictcher, and lias beui tuadc uudci Ins personal supcnision for over SO years Allow no one to (lettm. M» In tins Coixiittrlcits, Imilationa mil "Jiist-as-frool" .1-0 hut c\pcrirncnts, ami ciidan^eji the health of Children--JL-cpenence against Jig V,nh tx.pen'-e^ for the fir t month moumm o $t7- and the incomp ip- ro-uniatch * ,"Ui for that per od Dr C I Us countilmanic head of the iti. i garbage disposal ;}st n last igh.. iaiu b f f o r o council ht necessitj [ rMsioi of ihp -ites foi thi r u s i ess set 10" "nd o hei charms m tlu i t l t n ^ n c e u n c l r r ^ h c.h the u now i^ poriting Others se SHid te it ^ i l l o be i ossitiU to hi eajv e v e n The jctor K o k s for the income for the omh tc h increased ^ome et l i k e h ^ pti.nece'-sors m T h e m a n j e m n r i o' t h e undertaking Dr t It" 3i encou^ creel numetous c bsiacles mong the^e one o r the chi f is the clu«iop of non garl age matter m t le atenals being removed \Vocden- 3XC 1 * irake up the bu v of raa ij a lead juted £-0 \ the tlov,n ovn section the t rfu^e uhich cannot b c assed J g" 1 bag* is being removed at rates r tee ivhole that Dr tt s said are r from being hish enough The maximun rate for a m^rcintilf tabhshnient is So a mon h for T stau-ant ?6 w h i l e the aL oun ot aste removed from some notabh a s auram Dr I Its named s worth at m j c h a A eck Vs was he case itT he Titn vvno have gone before e garbage business here e^ ra e\ ase has been, incurred ia temovmg e stuff from ce lars ind oth r ou of e ua% p aceo instead of from he substitute for Castor Oil, Pare- froric. Jrops ami Soothing Sirups. Ir contains n ithcr Opium, jVIorphme nor other u vrootit substance For more than thutv ie us itluis liecn in constant Ubc i or tho relief of Constip ition. Flitulencj, A\ ind Colic ana Xi«i**rhO(a , nll'ning' IV*crishii ss arising tlitrt from, arcl IA i gu 1 i f i n j j thc btom i h ami Bowel**, aids the is- Mimlation of Food, £i\inj* he iltln ml natural bleep. Thc Children's Panacea--The Mother's Friend, The Kind Y©u Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of Every Department in the store Las joined! m z. SUPREME VALUE-GIVING effort lo make THIS WEEK the biggest week of this ANNIVERSARY SAIE A whole store full of seasonable merchandise at 'he Z-.C^VEST P^JCHS in ^iierica--in addition to the sensational offerings featured in this ad, ; r ou v, iJ! find HUNDREDS of other BARGAINS equally as big in the store which are NOT ADVERTISED. This Greatest of 4.11 Anniversary Sales at "the Big Sto-e is m a k i n g an irresistible a p p e a l to the fashionable and economica.1 \\omen ot thib city w i t h its vrst assortmenib m u n i t e vjriU-s or tl stinc n e stj le a i d itb incoinparable values In Use For Over 30 Years TWE CCMTMIHeoMMflT, BTWYOHK cmr. Banner Hirthday Offer-- u p to $1").00 COATS A n URESStS Brand ^elv--I n (o $18.0 SI US COATS. AM PUbSSI S M-s jol n V \ o u n g wi- elected PI t-sident of 'he \N OP an s C u l t u r e club f or ht ensuing v PIT at t h e annual meen ^ helo ^estrrdaj afU noou 2-t the home of Mr- George ^\ ranipjt.ll tr 3-a-t Green street Other officers w e r e elected as o l l o w s f i r s t vice presirent Mrs 1 R Flo o second v i c e president M r w \\ R K e n n e j recording -ecr tan- Mr'- Jon- Cu-rv Jr co-responding secre^arj Mrs J M Ceul treasurer Mr= I- G Halt \ i r « j o h n M N o t i n g and Mr- Frirk U B r i g h t w e r e eleo ed delegites and Mrs T K Francis and Miss Hamol rb also hat the men en^ag d in the C l a r k a!tenntos to U l t a n n u al meet crk h a v e been reqii red to , alhe- it t n Qf thc glate P t d e r a t on O r Pf?im ) whereas it shouUI be placid in re ptacles p r o v i d e d *or that purpose Tho long hau to the mouth ot Me n hollow w nere ihe old garbage am is loca td is anotb*"- d aw back e same ·»·» 01 v o r k Vl^o said Dr I tus he ci v is IP ca of Another file 1 h a m a \ \ o m e n to be heid n e N t f i l l in \o-L Pa Mrs F R Tranris -. i ie retiring presiden Rrpons sub-mute! s h ? w e l t i e voar to be a v e r v ^uccess f u l one q u i t e a met «u~i be ng real TLere are t vo and" ice f 7n'd "tnt-i'ins Should one break clov r we ^1,1,^^ b% sho c i u b i/cd f r o n v a r o n = *;ourc cs for w o r t h s | tie bt,' cause^ Durmg t h e su^iner a milk m the i ?· was ps- le f'xjfn the uld be up against it 1 e to d coun ^^ Qf R r d Cros ,, ^^ the mem- There are rov h e said about bers astuste rt DV school children n-i! 0 custom rs about a 1 t h a t cm be 1/ed $~ 8 o7 b e greater pa- L of w h i c h ndlecl w i t h t * o tracks r u n n i n g w a s t l t r n e d O V P r to lhe Red Cross a dilj 'salt 1 people The r e m a i n d e r of rhf* \ V e r e it nOi for thr bus n « *er ion suri ttls j^ppt to "sslst in ear v ng on prob'om w o u l d be e- v ·/ sola uuerculosts w o r k in this comirui tv A. sum of $13773 rtahred from a T30\ngr pictu~e A ic«. in bonder land was timed o v e i to tho Con- nellsv l i e chapter of the Red Crass To" a plav ground f u n d est tbli^hed n 5 ih- n Dr Ltts said It won d be easj sa\d to e^vc sers cc to \ 0 0 Jam 5 at a do l a r a month p^r familv d moie tbc.n 1 re ak e.t t Dr I t s denounced t h e f a lure t o force the ^arbdgt ordinance'and the mping of va-«te in holes ID v a c a n t s He r c ted the cases of two $15-1 ll u th ^M o fim lie^ l i v i n g on either ed as Tirst Presbv t c r n n c h u r r n held H^t r c ing n the c l u r c h chapel \( the c o r r l u s i o n of t i e b u s i r p s Tuetmg · light ie r -e h t n e n t s we-e c r - r \ c r i i 1 A meet nq of t :e \\ C T I \v II be held t n m o r i o * afternoon at 210 o clock 11 hr Carne 0 ic librai-v to elect a president, in succe-»= on to Mrs 1 l i z | ijctli Carrol! who has resigned ' PFRSON^XL. 1 H e p u b h c a o s - -- D i d \ o u reid 'he 0 V U k t r on nd tonal p^ce of es [ f i t ' i v s i s e of this pa.pei **---\.dv 14 It j Tbe best place to shop after all Drownell Shoe C o -- A d v Repujlicai *.--Please reid he 0 N e i l l e i U r on v . d u o n a l pat,t of t h i s paper as w t l l as I'le o irs to f )l w o- ncL ("av u n t i l t h t pnmar., nex Tu da -Adv 14 It. Vt dnrsdav ist div r or h i ? i ahofs h vou ha e i t a l r r ^ d j bou hr v o i r low mil sc Lftm n -, shoe i,to"e for h 101 s n own A planet n lows w ' n l f pa^'sinp; w 11 c o m i r j ( u -- V r i \ Ii r R j i u b l u i n ^hovi d noi th \ Q K r w *io is a tr° d ( i r j / o n w nit 10 mow w h a t is m \ o » ed n us r h o i t e of ci i didates foi povrrno*" lifore ie casts his ballot 11 \ d v 14 I t Did V G J k n v v t h a t m n o i % t h e l a r g B«t and oldest e x r l u r i e t a i l o r i n g f s taiil stirnent In iht coki, region "* D t u Co'ier T u l o r -- \dv M i r s la I ( t m n r i l is \ = ·»ur n i s \nn M i l n e Ian r TAKE NOTICL' Our out-of-town f r i e n d s are larger! to t o m e to this sale t u i s week as w e aie oTenug the bigi;ebt PRIZE values of the year B R \ \ D v -- i b t A ^ J \ l«.st \\ord in a"--a id \. ou AVI 1 t -a\ e frori 111 thi- sile is h i a n d 101 Spring a i d Summer ) 00 to SIS 00 » I Anniversary 1 vr nir isu, J Mon s lOc "\%hi e Mon i up to ?1 2j ^ Men s 20c C otlcn J Drpss IJD e pair | t p to 7ac M e n s i i I o up to 1 r Bojt- [ B O V R »9c b u m m e r * lx)i ( h i ) d r p n s, I ouo lloi-pera , ) Lov= K=c * k n . n P a n t K Savings 6c 59c lie 39c lOc 39c 29c 59c Connellsville's Most Popular Millinery Store Features the Pre uest ^ L 1 s and \ arieties j. Typical Anniversary Savings ·t(-')0 t *^ o i t M t ^ t l r i ! i i n ( . I H K .1 F ^ i ^ t i i tjui'- 11 d n i d sn mi r s e \ t r \ do i ^lJlt color and li ijjc eot n % all \ \ n i t e and i l l 1 ]jc Anniversary Savings is 'iin m 3 "* 1 i i*, ^ rn C J u ^ 1 si Gau o He c l i n k t n i n n n ·* J i \ t rt J n ta i to SM.irr t H H ' S m..w ^ ^ v . ^ t . ...^ u The popi hr n m - b r r " c l u b two e D t P t t a i a m e n s were I footweai ri*,M now are ] h proc^e Is aiiount ng o er lace o fo rK in l u l Oil er i m o u i t s w o r e e x p t n d a r s in t b f i w t a c v i t i f o l l o w -, Cliild-en s I elgian 'an ' ei 1 D i vns Shoe u \\onien ' !e of f that )s bem? fil ed who R c h o t f u n d j t h t i r $o\\i iront'r'ly + o h i v e ihei 1 - 1 Perms.ilvan rbage reronv d af-fl are ther annoj chased a v by the d t n i n " into h« bo e in the of garbi"e co ecied bv bovs at the e of oO ce" 1 *).- month f r r m fam 5 s w h o r e f n s p rrj pa rate This he »aid Publ c C h a r i t i e s o r ·) The cMib cL\*o pi\I ibert Bond on Ma.; J -nd -, n k i n g i rogrcss ow-d the purchabc of another bond On ac count ot the war the c ub c'ec ded to tn^ c i t y s dol- d i ^ p e n ^ c w i t h the a n n u a l r c c ^ n - t f o n hould ^e stop t n s j ar Insttar 1 an open mee njg d prompth v i l l bt h t l d Vondav afternoon Ma-v W i t h a p 1 ant of its own m a con 27 at the Red Crosb icadqu%nor- nient local on t ^ e ci v cou'd recover \[rs M O ^chooiovcr w i l ^ S l v e a " c )0 m o n i h K in bv p r o d u c t ^ Dr Utts port of the b emial convention of the Blared Amo ig the a - m l e of sal General Federation of W omen s clubs go he named bottles i one iron held 11 Hoi. Springs Ark TLe p u b l i c ;s %aMc paper a T »d other art cles i.s in%i od The fo lovsmg lew mem it find their war n o the garbage bcr» vv^re received Mrs Charles P eptacles For SI 0 a dav be sud Hirst Mr-. Gtrt-ude Stillwagon ^ rs could h i r e a n f c j o worn in who Robert Grim Mrs John J B u t t e r uld sort ou' Sift wor h of bv Tiore and MJS» Rebccri Sautei , 5ducts i Mis Besfae Courtne who lesigned i 3ut at t h e garbap-f d u r p p the men as a t e i c h e r in the "U est Side schools ploved n he r e m o v a l devo^ a pi~t to enter the service of the g o v e r n m e n t their e v ^ n n ^ s o s o r i n g out t h e j m W a s h i n g t o n D C was tendered a tHpraHe w a te a d often nake a s l l r u i t shower esterda-v b\ her pui us ich ''nd mcT- thai they did work -\ w e l l attended meeting of the K n i t ind \\ n L n i t to the Charleston Com l lort Bianch of tbe \av^ I eacue was ' h e l d last evening at the home of M i s ! James C vphcr in Eighth street Greenwood The e v e n i n g was spent t* k n i t Link sweaters and sock* f o r the sa 1 ors The next meeting w i l l be held Tuesdai e v e n i n g Mav 21 at the home of Mrs Holland Pieisol in CraWord *· ind p in 11 h a v e both and IPI 1 j u s t iow n O H tfe vvomei .jun i hit ihe^ w i n t -- \d 10 !t Miss i 1 /a J « s h a « p ]= the G IIP of Mr" I! I D u t s at h t r V « i n ^ t o n D r hoi e \\cdn(*sda \l^\ 1Z is Jic 1 a « t dav frr h gh sho s If vou ' LVCI t al r».iid3 b o u g h t jou low shoe v ou b h o u l d aCf Do\\ns ^oe s ore it onc^ 1 9Ic . 12Ic 19c $5.45 $2,69 t ' - e i p f t i o j m fn \ n "-PL t for di j Hv \dv 13 "i ^m 117 of C r i w f n r r ] i\i- do ic spending lie C'T.J during tho rkn for the ci t is nroMhlp there w i l l b 101 of the o d ordinance 5E ORRLNE DRINK HABIT GOES Eoi t e bist then w irdo ' Mrs Jnhn i uc V eM c n P u^ tii K 'NCOS il nnr u i l j resto e g o^ li it" to t TUiir.il olor in one "pp ic.nnn The \o\e"tl ''hop a 1 " La«t Cr i foid air-Hie- Adi 8 6 Mrs James Pleramz of Wieeli"? ^\ Va Ins r p l u r n r d hrne T r tp- a HSU w i t h her '·i^lcr Mrs John Smnu of the \\ e«,t "5 (le-. I Downs 'Hme Stnve i o v p r l o w n p . JIK no\v i itli u-n footweir for oeri I boih Tho e \ st\ p- thi- sci m are Ixniiue Set o r 11 n d o n b for tils 1 ulni -Aih -1 4t I i iss Nc!l Oienran of lohn«lon j a i e n u e I a= i c inned to the rf^i = k r s ) office in I nu itoivn ivheie si e is nn plojed aftei hiving heen conrrcled v. th th? oflitos nf i Lo w e r e apprwintr the Thompson holdini-i fo- the pit two n oinhs W e d ni i Max Ktli K official low shoe dii Sec 0111 displi- of the i er% newest stiles at tjpical annnersirj I I ices K o h a c k r - s The Big Sto e -- I oni* 3 fru n i v it ^ nl friends and r !o.l VL-, n P h h d t l p n a bbt a ^o \ out o i i ttnb trKation can,) o bee r t-oii l i m t e i i u n Mo "Oin^ij D I w o i t h of ( on p-nv D l l i h R i g n c n i p i L v i o i i j to hn Kav n 0 1 1- sonicv^htrc ir t ra ice The marriage of M s GP\CP Ll -ia 1 1 h Penrod ( inguter of Mr and Mrs G \\ Penrod of Greenwood and Kiymond I Tiou son of Mr and Mrs M M Trot t of Scot dale w i l l b sol onr 1 1 /«.£] tonig it a T o e ock in tht ujine of tl e bru'c in N nth *t eet PP\ C V Ter ws*i paetoi of t. c M c t h o h t T )is(opal r h u n h of ^LO t( ^le vv 11 ( fliciate l i e bnde w i l l be a t u l-d j her Mste- Miss l \ v I etirod is m \ d of lono J a u t s M n i l h v o r Scot dile w i l strvo a s be-st man O n b the members, of the tw o families w ill w itux-^fa the teie monv C T d w i i l i d c and MNs i ukn of 1 innont \\ of Mrs 1 vda C law son ORDINANCE TOR REGULATION OF a n i l i o L VcTlu e of Sac % isit ng her aunt Don t w a i t for the dnnk habi to get nenue Uebt Side strong a hoM upoa j o u r hus- id son or father for u can be On accour.. of being unable to sc )kcn up quiCvH if Onn" i given cur" the high school audit :nnrn tl * | ^^ l}-ii i Tuesoai 'HSlca club v i l l not gL\e a I ^f| S[; K a j la ''ou ha\e nothmi; lo risk and e^erj 'conce't for the Red Cioss "nd N i \ j r a m e n t o f al ng to gam as Orrine is sold under I Le igue this mo-th as prevnusli an , Mrs N B Ke] PoD ,- r o , guarantee to refund the pt rchase nounced The regular monthlj meet . ,, n ,, p "'" c e i f j o u g e no benefit . m g o f he club mil be held Tuesda 5 L. 5 s U _ H n l m P a n d 'lJ'Pl or )rnae is prepared In two fo-ms e\ enmg Mai 2S in t e Carneg e Free 1 secret treatment, Orrine No 2 hbrarv The participants in the pro \oluntari treatment Cosls onlj i gram w i l l be announced late* 30 a box \sk us for booklet ! -- Mi ses ^[abel Peteison ^tel i Ma-tm anrt Lillian Mil m w i t 1 giie a parti tomorrow eien ng at Miss Petei sons home in Fist C n w r o r d iientio in honoi of \! ss Saaie Beck of Greens burg and 'ttil'lam Cmnngh.im i h o leaies i ud-n nigh foi a n a m i n g camp Miss S i l l e Ma ga-et Mel \ i ai c T lu j of South Comiellsiille Mivs Iia L aw i of t,outj Councils \ i l i e who w s suiousli i l l of piiLii noilll is tonvilescl g Kirk Siorbond} of \ rmalv lie at , ttnded ht f u n e i a l of r r m k l m \oun ° mi _'!-'!,, ' l m l l c l rt l o s t e r d i v fi- om t i e f-imilj l e s i d e n c n at F«-nnsulle h and M s J o h n Roi,(rb of Rogers \ f i l l are iisitin., Mrs Ko?ois bistc 1 s the Misses Adam-, ot s ast Green Mieet Mrs S M \tt-i b i s r t t u r ^ r l from M r rci hospi al Pittoburi? \ \ l i e i e sh uicierwent an OTEIQ 10 Sne was ac PRIG (0-, 'tt. tranioril »Vre. ;TREET WAGES BoosiED In«'ead 01 -27". action o council last nigl t mci plowed" iti" l l t u Cl bei ^*r e labor arc to be \-..e ircreras* of 2o cents i » 'ate uill b" 53 daiU ^a-plojer a pa% i = a-, ''c r ^*inrt( - a ij q Lie ci A iua le to ke^p men M ho to I'atruni7e. !»rchans wU ad t u o their good" Dail} Conrle" V C L T R U E B O T H E R S * TM Keep the family free _ from cold* by using -Wr AL d meeting of Connell v i l c Chip- ter \o 21" Order of J - t i o t e r " Stars held la^ nn?ht in the lot'so inori i n ' Odd Fellow-, temple Sf UT.I P rt b i n g =t ^et a f t i o n vvis t a l t n i P^n ppcit ors fn ir » t.t on nrrl \ en 1 ci-^'i p be e beinr over "0 c i n d i c ^ t p The in iliation w i l l t a t e pHce "\[ondas e v e n m ^ ^I^^ 2" at ~ (o o clock m the lodge room · ! The Pi ilip Freeman Ctnptor Pai qh- ters of thp V nenran Revolution w i l l meet ^anndav afternoon at the hone of Mr-- V ^ ^IKon in "West Grcer r rect T ' P \nrtha Nortor Dib'e class o r ' Oie Ch" stian churon w i l l n eeL ou Thur^dai nt - "t o clock at the church Business of i routine m t u i p wii trirsactcd at the regular meet ng ot th^ T J Hooper Bil IP eH«t of th^ Thelmi of Re dniore and Misb Hlni ^nder nf G n e n s l u r g e.yeni Sundi and Mopdii n Pit^burg Prof Carroll C Mcivcc director of the cons n a on of mu=io of A o i d i i u n n o r s i t i at \ \ o l f o n l l c \ q Can mil arnip June 1 to spe"rt tl o «u n mer u J Rei and Ir- G \\ Pnc,k or M i s Mel ee has brcn here ice Much 1 Mr a-d Mr Cni-lrs r Hood 10 t i n e ' hone f om C a m p Leo jcstcr- dai l a in = 11 ited i h u r o loscp i i member of Co-upanj r 32 'h In faniri litres I B l o w n who lias boon i iesld n n o p Pill'-lnirr for -orie ID - h"s looalod i I ob TC! Gal n-"ip he h i = »cci red a i o pm hlo pos t ·· i in the 'ill l f \ 1 bv h fim h Ir B l o w n u _ Mrs D P Drt T of the South SiJo and forn erli 10 ir't 1 h e i e Mis D iv DiKsorth ha, retimed com inied hone b lie husband Mi and Mrs Ben ton Bo/o of Troi te and Rev anc. M i s G ^ Buckncr of C o n n ^ l N v i l f motored t j Beihiry \\ \ a odav to v i s i t Donald and I sther Bos j son and (laugh er o p Mi ami Mrs Bmri ,w '10 arc a tending Ecthanj college '"Thi 3 and oi Promise " p ne muslca 1 p aj 1 he I*and of P omise given last night in the Pi~st D ptUt church a Dunbar b j tht meirbers o r tae Pu BaptKt Sunriaj s 100! of Coantllsu le was a great uccess ncd Onp Train riioiifrod. T u c i c ha= 1 "on onlv onp changt in he nev. tchp ule of local tiams o \ r r tho V e lorn Man l a r d Thc t a n. tor nerly 't.a ^5 C c i n e l l s v i le fni Lh° TONIC - UP2UILDER Shibbora Coughs, Weak Lungs and Colds Try Isksaan's SUerativs For nm jcir-» th t ralciur- prcpanu- JC-iri th ' lion las min j. n I in c rcputa ion for accomplish · oil 11 rt-murk^jlo rebUlu $2 Size now SI 50 Price Includes TVar Tar - Ec^inan Labors ory 51 Size now SOc Is it on our subscription list? We will guarantee you full value Continued from Pa^e One qi f- ic ii b i ( l i t l l a t r i l l i o n is I a d to th atu 11 ji of ih f i i 0 t. M d f - - r ro!n pi e in.., t a n d i ^ ^ -n ( irs o j i un ni t ^l* i c H s i a - t h v ol i in h s«. Jiv I mu- v l \ iina is one. of tl t f v u es i i w h h %\i i.-, hgh s u o p t r m i to i tuhor m vht t i l t ^ i s i th ^^ inn C onnoll 11 o i 1 - ono of ho f w t o ^ j * w hit doe not reqinit G t IP no s, u 01 d trjup I i s LO i c u n i r l e down m\ n sr ti i Th f i l l nu p si should 1 ^ e l i i i nat 1 Tl p i c i] il Tfei i n n cn'-e is ht. i r i u l 1 it i n u i i cf lei^uic cai o w n e r s h a v e i h e lul \ or\ io\ U i s u r ( i ire if v e q t n i L u th ui u IK] i ( u^t o n t h e n u i p n i t i i FL Ji le ·i nu e Tnco Offo I m is i s, ee 1 ln\ i l w \ b 5 n \ it i o r mi \ a d o h h i ti ro_,uf t n v. 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