The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on May 29, 1918 · Page 5
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May 29, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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WEDNESDAY, 'MAY 28, 1318. T!! ::·; CC:';ILH-:R. COXNH;:U-SVI:LLE, PA. PAGE FIVE. NEWS OF THE BAY ATM! RELATED Huntingdon Township Corrj»ienef-.mpnl Keit! in Theatre. EXCaiENT PROGRAM RENDERED AMERICAN ^ED T-3Ji. SALONIKA REFUGEES Tirenty i'ocng jlen and "\7ti2cn of the Gloss of 181S H«coive Wploituis; Curtis Gag Fulls Victim of Typhoid Fev«r, After Short Illness; Notes. Speciai to Tile- Co'jrler MOUNT PLEA.S.O.T, May M.--The commencement exercises of the East,' Huntingdon townsfojp high school was · hold ::i the Grand opera house last evening. On the Class roll were i Clifford bong, CJareuce A. Poole, j William MeC. Rose, Harry V. Tayior, · John P. Btilcerak, Duane E. Null. ] Prank N. Sterner, Michael Alartahus, | Howard Lowstetier. Avis D. Slaughter, Birdie W. Cowan, Ardella J. Gossard, Fern V. Hose .Ruth May Love, Louise May Silliman. Verna M. Hixon, j Laura L. Shannon, Mary J^eigbty, i Jessie M. Tedrow and Maude Marie j Stcyle. The program follows: j DAWSON, Hay 29.--IMr. and ilrs. Invocation by Rev. V,'. H. Lobb; jB. S. Focsythc ot Pittsbiirg spent music, high school chorus; cl.iss his- i over Sunday here with friends and tor}-. Ruth Love: essay. "Preparing! relacives. This remarkable photograph ahovrs w o n d e r f u l l y tbe work of the Hod Cross for the stricken people of Europe. The American Had Cress work ers at this Bunion are ( c o d i n g the Sal oniki refugees, who are sheltered in the tents that dot the plain. This is the way the lied Cross expends m u c h of the money it receives. Dawson. Our Boys and Girls for the Future," Jessie Tedrow, declamation. "The Right Must Conquer," Duan? Null: essay. "A iloont o£ Vision in tie Val- high 'Mrs. John Short spent Monday with friends in Pittsburg. Burgess I* S. Mellingcr was a business caller in Pittsburg Monday. i J. B. Yohe, of the Pittsburg Lake : n:o K THAT HAS Confluence. ley of Need," Laura Shannon; school chorus; class poet. Avis '· Eric came up from Piitsburg 10 at- Slaughter; essay, "Women in Vtlar," i tend the Brotherhood service flag Man" Weighty; oration, "Tst ot \ dedication at the Y. .M. C. A. Sunday. Democracy," Fraalc Stoner; class ;He made an address to tbe boy. 1 ;. ! "W. A. Wood and John Lucky were recent visitors to Butler county, led Banner." J.- C. McGill visited his brother, Moonlight TU. Frank, at Duqnesne Monday. You are cordially invited to attend ] "William Ramsey was a Pittsburs a moonlight ball given by the Social 1 business caller Monday. Three in Moose hall, Scottdale, Pa., | Charles Harper of East Liberty took pr/-ibecv,'Maude Steele; presentation! ,ot diplomas and son, "The Star Spang- Friday evening, May 31, 1918. Kiferle. --Adv.--29-2t. Curtis ODIT. Curtis Ong. 28 years old, son of Mr. acd Mrs. "William P. Ong of Vine in the parade in ConnellMVille Monday evening. "Word has been received here of the birth ot a 12 pound baby boy to Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Hodgson of Mones- street, dted at his home there on Mon- ' sen - Mrs. Hodgson was formerly day oight from typhoid fever. I'.esides his parents there are four sister*, Mrs. Witliam Nevrtnan, Mrs. 'Walliani P. Shipman, Misses Gertrude and Madgo and two brothers, Charles and Harry. Funeral sen-Ices will be held at the home at 3.30 o'clock on Friday. Interment will follow in the Mount rieasant cemetery. Keep the Ladies Cool. Cool garments for hot weather. Hundreds of new dresses, waists and skirts for June wear. Package after package arriving daily, bringing the beauty styles of summer. Winona McGiil of Dawson, daughter of Mr. Mrs. Harry McGill. : Mrs. Ray Morrison and children of : ConneUsvjUe were recent guests of . Mrs. Morrison's sister, Mrs. Anna Sherbondy. Mrs. Charles Hensel and son have : returned to their home in Uniontown : after a visit with .Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mong. ; A number of town folks were in Connellsville this morning to see the . local boys otf to canrp. ) A. S. Cottom was in town yesterday. David Wilson of Pittsburg was a in ready-to-wear apparel for all ages ; business caller at Dickerson Run on and sizes, from baby to grandmother; Monday. Jadeed, the moet wonderful selection ever assembled In this vicinity. "We invite you to see these and inspect what Dame Fashion has decreed for .-ummer wear. All millinery 1-2 off. Special sura- :r\er hats, white and leghorns, *;eorE- t-ttes and crepes, special at ?-i.4S. -rope de chine and georgette com- ·inatio-n dresses, $9.98 and up. Win- era e, pretty summer blouses ia organdie, v6ile, crepe de chine, m;uiras, i.-eorjette, etc., 89c and up. Wonderful values in skirts at price reductions hetov cost of materials, ".ilk, satin, wool poplins; tub skirts of abardine, etc., $1.19 and up. First sale on newest spring and .urnmer coats, made up beautifully in iiks, jerseys, poplins, serges and i ·ioths, all colors and sizes, $9,95 and -P. Every day a bargain day this week, .ook In and save something. Broadway Ladies' Store. As you get oil the ·ar, Scottdale, Pa.--.Adv. Personal. Homer McCracken of Sharon is tbe uDst ot Raymond Bingtaaman, Mrs. Roy Wilson of Wilkinsburg is ··e guest oC Mr. and Mrs. John Crown. Slender lines that .ire almost severe in their straigiitness are emphasized in this charming two-piece frock in CON"FLUK..VCK, May 29.--"Everybody is ;isliui to join the purc'.do to- inoiTow. TlKi Christian Sunday sciioul \viil iDoet. at the 1 c h u r c h at it A. M., theu go to tile Lutheran eliurcU and be joined by the Luiheran SUB day- school, thence Lo the M. K. cbarcli j and be joined by the Mcjthoiipsi Sun" day tcliool, vlienco to Uio \V*;st Side j Ikunisjl church and bo joi^ci by the 1 Uap:;:U Sunday Eclmol, tht.-nce to the I Ca. 1 :ti;lman brjclgu. where flowers will [ i bi? strewn on tin? river in houor of Ui'e ! ! LO.ui. D. \\'. McDoniUd of I'niontown, · · and o l i i f r pruniincnt speakers v.-ill de- j liver jiddreAsos. The annual camp j f.vo -will b'^ held in ihe Christian I cluircii in the even;i:g. i A niuiitKT Trom i;«i\: v.'ituosed lh« ] Red Cross pa.rafle Jti Connc-!lsville i Monday niglu and spoke in glowing I ttrms of the patriotism ex-iUbited - there. j G. E. Ilcrshberger, Jlaltimore j Ohio rchuf g'i. is l:t-ro relieving ] ; U:o resiilar c-gent, E. E. McDonald, 1 who will enjoy a 10 day vacation. i Harry \Vatson. who works in iiiiax ' pitisbiirs. wiib a rt-ceat \"isitor with j his family for sc-vcral days. j Constable Alvia Burn worth was j i transacting business in CanneHsvillc yesterday. A n u n i b f r from hero expect to at- tond OH! Sunday school crm vent ion to be held at Marklej-shurg next Sunday Ira Link c-C ihe Sta\o .Mining company, has returntMi from a business visit 10 Johnatown, Pa. PiUronizo ttiose wbo aavertlso, .Vra. William Burnwortli and daughter Louise were visitors in CoanuUs- Classified AdTerlSseilieats iring resuiis. Dickerson Rim. DICKiERSON BUN, May 2S.~Al i stores at Dickerson Run are complv- ing with President Wilson's request that tfacj* remain ck«ed ail day Me- naorial Day-. Mrs. Harry Vaughn and son. Edward D., of Dunbar. and Mrs. Daniel 'Whlpfeey of Liberty, were visiting the latttr-s parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Cumberland of Dunnar township. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Newell and Mrs. Richard Sidow and Miss Rosie Maz- jzocco w c i e calling oa frionds at. Con- Mrs. Harry McCracken has returned to her home at Wbitsett after a vprv ; pleasant visit with nor parents, Mr. ' and Mrs, George Staugroom, at Van- derblH. Prank Hepier spent yesterday visiting his mother at Grcensburg. Attorney J. Dugan of Coanellsvtlle. was a business caller here yesterday evening, D. J. Newell and. son of Banning, spent Sunday visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Newell, at Vander- E. J. Beatty was a Connellsville blue and white. Jersey, the popular . villc yesterday evening. material ibis spring, is us^d lii this i frock, and a girdle marks the waist- j If You Are Hunting Bargains line. : Road the adverttseing columns ot The Pennsville. Daily Courier. You will find them. ] TTnnt Hi^Ip? PBNNSVIU*:, May 2y.-Tbc fuacr- 1 TheT1 u ^ e ° 1 ^ c'.assit-cd column. Re-! al of JohiL Bccinol. who died at his ' Hecla horr.e Simda.y ovcniug, will bo held Friday aftorncon at. thy Mount Olive United Brethre ; r.ulta w i l l follow. churcii ai o'clock. Services will bR con ducted at the church. Interment in the Mount Olive ce~:iotc-ry. Corn, to Mr. ;mtl Mrs. I-Iarvoy Sanner, Sunday, u baby boy. Thu friends of Ilaiph Hixon gave him a farewell pai'ty at the home of bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. P. Hixou Monday evening. Ralph ia the one drafteu who loaves with the boys of District No. 2 on the 2ith. Miss Ida Hawkins of Mill Hun, spent j ·Tuesday visiting Pfmns.ville friends. Mrs. Alex Hccknor of Siauffcr, vi»- i ited at tlie home of her sister, Mrs. , C. H. Stautfcr, Tuesday. Mrs. L. L. RieU-ey is spending a few : days this week visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas I i i%^yi^ ii iiiLti iirPiiA^^^ j /- ····*., \* ?: Asscirtaients cf Brasiti Piew G;od "liie Uig Store" is reiwy with caorntoiis auil tlivorsi Sanner, Indian Head. Classified ada cost oely Ic a word. The amount collected iu the Rtd Cross j business caller yesterday artcrnoon. Cost only Ic a fora. | General .-tfanager J. B. Yolio of the * n3 - 7i When lichmg Stopt Pittsburg Lake Erie railroad, and Mrs.. Yohe of Pittsburg, came to Dick- ersott Rxm in Mr. Yohe's privati: car and were guests of .Mrs. Sarah B. Cochran of Linden hall, St. James The« :s one cafe, dependable treatment park. .at relieves itchLig torture and skin irri- tionoircoEt kstaatlyand that cleirnscr d soothe the skin. s!; any drurgist for a 33c or SI bottle zcmo and apply it as directed. Soon u will find that irritations, pimples, ickheads, eczema, blotches, riajrwonri d similar skin troubles will disapj^ar. A little rcino, the penetrating, satisfy T liquid, is on that 13 needed, for :'· nishes n-.cct skia eruptions and "n, .-. skin soft, smooth and healthy. fhe S. W. T.OSC Co.. Ovclaial. a You have got to clean and clear the bcrwels thorolj- to have good health after months of indoor life; you would do so now if you could see them as you do your face or hands. Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea cleans and elsars as nothing else. Start tonight. Connellsville Drug Co.--Adv. Read the advertisements. drive from Penr.sville was ' which wnt to swell ue total ; of Bullskiu Lowu^hip's quota. Uoeless Extravajance. I The charitable lady was treating a I pensioner to a sot of false teoth. The ! pensioner picked out the cheapest set offered. | "Don't you think it would be well to select batter teeth whilo you are ' about it?" the lady asked. "1 am per- I fecUy willing to pay a little more and \ get good onea." "Oh, nja'sm," lisped the pensioner. "What'th the ntho of putting any moro money into thomothing that my husband -will only knock down my throat tho firtat time he geiij real mad?" 6 BELL-ANS Hot wafer Sure Reijef 'FOR INDIGESTION Bsaagjia JETfOR^n ' There is urgent necs- sity Uiis year is the production of vegetables aud fruits. Do all you can to supply the demaml. A garden in your backyard, if properly cultivated, can be I mad*-; to produce enough vegetables for your eutire fcuuily daring the summer. Also cultivate the practice of regular bank, deposits. Your account is invited. Tljis is the only Bank in this community paying 4 interest on Savings Accounts. Quite Awalle Since We Talked To You Mr. Business Han Boon ico busy with Liberty Bond?. But tlic serviro we offer you j^ a l l your iinaiiciid transitions bas K-uii kept riglH up to Um mark. We invitft you to consult us iLimut your roquirtriaciiLs or any business probitnu Uiat botliiirs you. Prompt Loans and Discounts. fil 120 "W, Crrmford ATP., ConnellSTiHe. *^nw DiULk tlmt Do*;s Tilings for Von" j Liberal Interest »n 'Eirao Deposits. Just Over the Bridge Oonuensviile OVest Side) and *n tte best of health. Hale and hearty, with good, red blood, good appetite and good digestion. Grandpa's nerves fcro steaQy, too. He talics caro of himself. He ktnps htaiEclf fit. Be BCOB to it 1'nc.t. bl* a«n.'e» and bluod BJ-B la good slmpo. \\"hfn he SncJ that he la eating vrithout relish, foeltug: ft little flepres«iti and C.I'BB, Eleepy aJJ «3uy yot can not sleep a,t nigrbt, he beglne his trtaUmeEt of Elo-ferBn. the nerve lUid bi£Md Ionic. * Blo-toren, a corapooau of LycStbin, Iron Peptonnw ujid otiisr viiimibl« tonic eleDHiiits In tiJalct fonn. Is Junt esactly what thu avcram; tired buat- ECS9 RULQ. the aivenwe iusuneUucimr »c9d*j at thla fMsason or Uic year. It ton3 The ncrvea and puts vigor and into th« Ryfitem- If no rr.yitery CLbout Bio- E^ery paoltnge shows just the content. Ask your doo- . . tor iibout Bio-foren, or. U you ewid ua his nomfl and we wlH for- ·svanl lilzn the completo formula, G3vi Dio-feren a f^Ir iriaL If II fion't niaie good your nxmoy will too plea»tintly retm-ned to you. Inuweating: Ijooklet will bo mailed you on rodU'itit. package JLOO at all i or direct if your dr don't bandie lu Tho Sentonc! Co., ClacimwU, Ohio, LEAVES NO AFTER-EFFECTS EXCEPT HEALTH ALL DRUGGISTo-LARGE A Factory Tntined Battery jlan. ·AP» STUBBS SABOtT GOT OFF EASY. By EDWUfA

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