The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on May 21, 1918 · Page 5
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May 21, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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DAILT ,COURIER, CONNET.LSVIIJLE, PA. PAGE FIVE. SANDS JOIN IN RED CROSS PARADE ATMOUNTPLEASANT Great Procession Is Featnr ed by Presence of Soldiers' Relative*!. BROTHERS AND WIVES MARCH ed Enthusiasm for Uie Causu of Tflnar is Shown in Demon- stratioB Designed to open the Bed VTar Fund Campaign; Jotes. Special to Tbn Courier MOljAT PLEASA1,T, May 21--A credit to chairman of the parade committee, T O. Anderson and to the town was toe parade th it opened the Bed Grose "War Fund tanspaign last evening. The cro»d w.is one ot the largest that ever gathered in the ·town The parade had o 000 persons in line and requirec one hour to pass the reviewing stand. It was so large that Church street from Washington street to "Walnut street and Walnut street to Eagle and Eagle street to Main and part ol Main street were used for the formation The procession was headed by Ch ef Marshal Samuel F Stc^ens and his aides James McGee J Hunter Gamble ' Frank Simpson and Frank Dullmger They were followed by men carrying flags of the Allies Evi ry minister In town was in line The follolHBg' took part The Municipal band, 230 mothers, wivee and sisters or sons representing ·om« member of their family in tie service. Bed Cross executive com nrtttee, the officers of the Red Cross chapter the Hed Cross ball bearing placards Keep the Ball a Soiling" and 32 girls who took the money in the flag that was given as free will donations, 25 units from the Bed Cross chapters many with at least 50 members and most of them with their own musical organizations the town a original drum corps and Junior Company E m charge of Captain John C Mullm with John HeBllng and Superintendent H H Belong as aides, the Mount Pleasant public ·chools the Polish and Slavish 1 tcnools, Miss Elizabeth Donet, superintendent of the Memorial hospital, with her nurses and graduates with their service flag and nurses awaiting calls to the front The second division of the parade ·was led by tne members at council, ^tbs Scottdate G A E band, the Pro- "tected Home Circle the Kobacker ·tore force with the store service flag the Patriarch Militants the Odd Pel- lows, the He-J Men, the Moose the colored band, Italian societies, Slar- iab »odeties, the Mammoth band, the Bohemian societies, the church strvlce flags, citizens and floats the most Important of which were those of the various Fncfc works the Rebek- ahs, tfi Belgian orphan shown in behalf of the Belgians adopted by the Chnrcli street schools, (he L E Smith unit and the kaiser s goat The town was beautifully decorated end headquarters were opened at the office of the .secretary of the War Fund campaign, A. S CHorholt Draftees LOHTC gutonlay. The 140 draftees will leave Mount Pleasant Saturday morning at 8 o'clock sharp over the Baltimore OWo They will report at the armory at « o'clock OVER 80 YEARS BUT IS RUGGED Xrs. liobblns loots and Tilts Like Woman 20 Tears Younjer. Mrs Isaac Eobbms, of River»street, Carboudale Pa., woman orer SO years old said recently I suffered dreadfuil with rheumatism Last winter I had a Terr serere case o{ grip waich simply aggravated my rheumatism M hands and arms were swollen tembl} and they were ok 1 so sore I never thought I »ould b* any better ' I read about the good that Tanlac had been doing for others and I got a bottle 'Tanlac has removed every bit of pain anil I do not have a bit of rheumatism 3t« Mj appetite is good and since the pain stopped I sleep like a child The swelling has gone too My arms are now like they should be and t feel as young as eer I did "I recommend Tanlac because n did aie so much good that peihaps it will aelp others like it did me I am will- JIB to talt with an poor sufferer that ··ares to know more about i* before rying it, I think it wonderful The famous Tanlac is new sold here )y the Connellsville Drug Co Tmlac can also be secui ed in Due* jar at D C Eason s Drug store --Adv visited their daughter. Miss Margaret, a student at Indiana State normal Mis Petoi Ba«r left Friday lor a few days visit with friends in Cum berland. Dr and Mrs W H Byland and three children spent Sunday with rel allies in Ldnaconlng the trip being made by automobile Mrs Brucd Lichty is spending a few dajs in Pittsburg visiting and shop ping Miss Carrie Stemberger %jnsited fnends in TV est Sallsbur on Sunday John Clark of Somerset sp»nt Sunday here with jis family on Broadway Mrs James Parket^,former'y of llejersdale but now living in Reading is visiting for a few days at the home of Mrs John Maul v Miss Bernadette CroKie employed at Somerset spent Sunday here with her parents Mr and Mrs C E Cro re Misses Rose McKenzie and Stella McQuam were Cumberland visitors on Sunday Mrs Margaret Wilson o£ Pittsburg spent the past few days here with ·her parents Mr and Mrs James Wilson J M Schlicht of Johnstown was here over Sunday with his family oa North street Forest Shupe ot Pittsburg, visited friends here the past few dajs Meyersdaie, METEESD\LE, May ISy-^r and .Irs. Weldin Saylor of Canton 0, are nsiting relatives and frieadt here or, a week Mr and Mrs. J C Reed aad Miss ·£«ster Meyers are awa on an auto- oobile tnp to Baltimore, Md. Sergeant Wil'iam HocKing of Camp ^ee, Is visiting his parents Mr and Irs. TV T Hocking. Mrs Milton Bittner o£ Philadulphia, s spending a week- here with rela- Ives Miss Grace Baer of Butler, visited er parents, Mr and Mrs Cyrus Baer r i everal days last week, Mrs. Clrd* Rowe is home tram rief visit m Cumbejlanii.- Mr and Mrs Donald Keeblc and hroe children of Pittsburg are vistt- Qg at the home ot their re'atives tr and SCrs, W T Hockmg. itrs J T Bell of Pitlsburg is here 5r aeveral weeks visit wltn her sis- rs, the Misses McMur er itEYEBSDALE, May 20--JJT and rs. Gus Bamico and family motored 3 Indiana on Sunday. »here tcer ORRINE FOR DRINKING MEN We are in earnest when we ask yon to gi\e Orrine a trial You hare nothing to risk snd everything to gain, for your money will be return ed if after a trial you fail to get results from Orrine Orrme can be given in toe home secretly, without publicity or loss of time. Orrine No 1, secret treatment, Or nne No 2, the voluntary treatment Co»t» only Jl 00 a box. Ask u* for booklet, Connellsnlle Drug Co, % Crawford Ave,--Adv PritUtown. PBITTSTOWN, May 20--Mr and Mrs E. K. Rlchey daughter Gladys, and son Joseph E Jr were here from PennsvtHe over Sunday wiii relatives Mr and Mrs Marion Berg and son Bay of Pennsville, were here Monda with their parents, Mr and Mri Joseph Berg ·Ubert Brothers spent Sunday in Mount Pleasant with frieads Miss Blanche Cramer of Dickeraon Run was here over Sunday the guest ot her friend. Miss Hattie Freed Mr and Mrs David Wright daugb- ter Pearle and son "Wiimer spent Sunday in Scottdale wtlh the family of Mr and Mrs Nelson Boer Miss Grace Maiflis returned honw Tuesday from a visit with, relatives at Ligonier Charles Gray of Conne^sville was hero a len houfs Saturday with his friend William Ha-v Mr and Mrs Samuel ilcClain and familj and Sam Mardis motored to Stahlstown Sunday and spent the day with relatives and Inends Mr and Mrs W F Overly and daughter of Greecaburg ,vere here Wednesday with their parents Mr and Mrs Joseph Kough and other friends Harvey Youokin of CosraellsviHe is here for a few days visit with his cousins Mr and Mrs Thomas Mardis HENRY RHODES, Candidate for State legislature. Subject to the decision of the Democratic Primary, May 21 1918 Your Influence and support solicited. J. N. Trump ITE LINE" TRANSFER £l HO7OB TKBCK ud WAGONV jioTUfo AMD noiarnto PIAJTO* A blTECLAI TT, Sfi White I :· tou. i CWtem Mfg. Co. CWWou, W. V*. Bell Telephone Operating Work near your home in pleasant and healthful surroundings with excellent opportunities for rapid advancement Unusual opportunities for earnest intelligent young women be tween 18 and 24 years of age. New employes are paid while learning and are readily advanced Comfortable sitting room for reading and relaxation -when ofl duty Good opportunity for senior ind supervising positions Apply to the Chief Operatotr of tne central office Title Trust Building, Connellsville. TBT OUR CLASSIFIED ADS. ONLY Ic A WOED. BIG BOTTLE EVERT MEAL A POISONOUS INJECTION Few folks sniftering from kidne u.nd bladder troubles e\er think that the mealb which they are taking ar- has tening- their death Everj morsel oC food taken \es up its q u a n t i t j of uric acid This poison Is ta.k«n into th« tfystera through a dlsased condition ol the kIdneB and bladder In the healthy man nature provides an out let for thts poison Those In ill health raust take a medicinal help to drive this death dealing poison from the system. For o\ er 200 yean? GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules have been dotner this ~n orlL They effect prompt relief in all diseases j.ri»mg from kidney and bladder troubles Don t put off this vital matter of at tending to your health until it Is time to make your funeral arrangements Get a box of GOLD MFDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules today "Look for the gen uine Yaur drrj|rg-Ist sells them They are guaranteed or none refunded Ins^t on GOLD MEDAL Brand--u\d\ This Oara Will Peel Right Off! "6et*«' Hake* Carta Come Ofl The "Banana-Peel" Way! Why hare to flop on tho floor, tnmcezt yourself up like the letter "Z"i and -with bulging eyes draw your face op Into a wrinkly knot ·while you gouge ana pull at the " ' o t a tender corn? That a Real Money Con Be Sored by To or Hat Cleaned and Reblocked Into tlif Latoat Bhapa \u our Experienced unfl Bipert Hat Cleaner who makes a special study ot nil Panama worS Wo UBC no ucias and guarantee all our work to be fte liesL I stalillebcd 190 Tbe Amman Up-to-Date Hat Cleaning Parlor J. i. I'JiKBLS, rrojTletor. Ill V, Cra-wlord CONNBI.LSVILLC PDNNA OPENING! J. A. SHUTSY LEISENRING NO. 1 Will open an Ice Cream Parlor and Soda Fountain on Wednesday, May 22nd at Leisenring No. 1. The total receipts will go to the benefit of the Red Cross. Just Compare These Anniversary Savings at 39c B«7s' 60c Minrmcr I nion Snif* 3flc Tfj omen's up f« $1 00 1 ml * nists at .-- t9c }JttJ)j's "oc Sort Solcii Sihos, odd M/OS _ 30c 51c Corstt Covors nnd Drawers J'Jc lien's up to 75c Underwear at -- · 39c Women s 0c Gauze Lmon Suits i9c Anniversary Savings at 59c lp to Sl-S 1 ; Tfcn's JJrtss Sliirts Baby\ St flhite Dresses Women's $1.01) Dressing Sacijoos Boys nj to Sac Vatii Suits Ep^alar S6c Aeir Corsets omen's 7ac Gauze Union Stilts Anniversary Savings at 19c 25f Tine Blcac!i"d "(luslin, \ard _ 19c 23r "New SpriBK Ginplmtnt., urti 19c 25c and J5c IOTC-!IT Skirtings, vard I9c Children's X)c Short White Dresses I9c Ecgnlar SOc Carpet bi ppcrs 19c Anniversary Savings at 89c Hen's 51 2" toion Suits at Ste Vi omen'i, Boys' and l./rls Tennis Oxfords S9c Women's $1^5 Hoose Dresses at 8')c ·VTomLn's tlJM Stnrwd Percale Fetticoat« SOc $1.00 Grei tliambrBT TVork Slurti, S9c Boj!, 1 $L35 Dress blurt* at ._ S9e TONIC - UPBUILDER Stabbotn CoKghi Wuk Luagi afid CoUs Trjr Eckman's Alterative ·» this Calcium *irepai tr- good and For moar J reputation To ollfen remark bio reiuiUs. $2 Size $1 Sae now $1 50 now W)c ce Includes War Tax Att Druffotsi \jp TO TJ1C 31 iA You pe hair w h e n -vou use our BAI n H F A D H A I R GBO~WTCKl T# t ephonc ^i d a*^k qucslions. BIII FOI-KU SccmtbUe* DrwRgittt, TKY OTTB CLASSIFIED ADLETS. Yough Trust Connellsville, Pa. th» oM. «*T»r« way 'Geta-It" 1* the modern, painless, simple WAT l*an ov*r and put two drop* of ·G«ts-If on the corn put your stocking 1 and shoe right on again, and forget the corn. Pain la eaacd 0etB It" has revolutionized the trvattMntf of corns It ntrtt irritates th» true fleah You'll stop limping on tht Bide ot.your shoe, and do away with greaay aalve*. bundling bandage*, thick piaster* and painful methods Use Oets-If , It* common tense. "G*t*-It. the ffnaranteed* tnon«T* backroom-remover th0unly*«re-w*r. costs but a trifle at any drag star*. So c! !n Connellsvli]e*and recom nend ed as the worJd s b*st corn remedv b^ Drus Co, A. A. Clarke Con Drui- Co. " Yough House LUNCH STAND The leading lunch stand of Connellsville Supp'ies received fresfl every da} Bead the following list of sandwiches Weiners --, fi c Boiled Eggs »c Pie per cut 5c Ham ! 10c Cheese __10c Pried £££ ]|fi c YODGH HOC8E ITJffCE 8TAS1) Wett Crawford Aren*e FOR SALE Atrtomobile Tires For · few days o»ly Special Prices on all sizes 5. S. Call and investigate at ni W CB\HTORB ATKjrCE, "WEST SIDE. To Our Depositors and Friends: We went "Over the Top" in our Third Liberty Loan Drive when 1 190 persons subscribed for $290,000 worth of bonds through this bank. Now let us go "Over the Top" in the Red Cross Drive. Every bond buyer should be a contributor to the Rad Cross. Help Save the Boys. Help Care for the Wounded. Help the Suffering in all lands. Help Rehabilitate a Stricken World. The Liberty Loan appealed to your business sense and .'our mind. It is a splendid investment at 4 1-4%. The Red Cross appeals to your business sense and your heart. It is also a^splendid investment at 100% in the consciousness of a patriotic duty well done, We will be glad to serve you in this as in other things. Cufe out the coupon attached; fill in the amount you wish to contribute; sign and mail to us. We will do the rest. Do not delay. You might be missed by the solicitor. Very sincerely, E. R. Floto, Treasurer. Tougn Trust Company, ConnellBville, Pa Connells-nlle, Pa , Maj 18 1918 I authorize you to subscribe ? _ _ ,,. .. to Uie $100 000,000 RED CROSS FUND, and charge my account

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