The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on June 5, 1918 · Page 3
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, June 5, 1918
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1918. NEWSY NOTES TELL THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVTLJLE. PA. PAGE THREE. ETON SUIT IN IS A LATE AUKBIGIX JtODEL WHATS HAPPENING IN THE ILL TOWN .Ordinance for Removal of Garbag-e is Adopted by Council. EXPRESS COMPANY UNDER FIRE Citizens PcUtinn for Sorriec hi Homestead .Vvenue: Conncilmcn Attend Gathering of Borough Represents- thes in JPittsbnrg:; Sons "otes. Special to Tfae Courior. I SCOTTDAIX. June 5.--Council held its regular monthly meeting on Moc- day evening wjipn it was decided that President J. E. Tinstman, J. R Dick-] crhoff, Solicitor F. B. Folk and Burgess B. 'C. Frctts should attend the meeting of the State Borough Association, now on in PHtsburg, the first named attending Tuesday ami the other two today Tbe receipts for the month were as follows: Burgess Fretts, ?169; Weighmastor Kuhns.' 511.29; D. S. AHman, for permits, $20.80. The lighting committee pro-, posed to divide ihe town into four tli- 1 visions and number the lights so t h a t ' they could be mxire easily checked up.' The garbage committee reported that! one of the latest American models the wagon -would be ready by July f or afternoon wear is this eton sun 1st, An ordinance providing for the / in gaberdine. The pockets and front collection and disposal of garbage vms close, and the eton collar is developed read and passed unanimously. F. B. in w-Uitc pique. Folk was made collection director The _' Homestead avenue residents made complaint to council that the Adams liam, principal; Miss Helen Robinson, Expres7companV"wou"itr not deliver N '°- 2; Miis Ruth Sbow ' No ' '· .. Mrs. Jtnnie E:ie- Is spending a expressage to residents on that street and aaked that council petition the company to have deliveries made. Hi-t Clnl) Dinner. The Hi-Y club win hold its first meeting and dmn r at the Y. M. ('. A. on Monday evming next. These meetings and dinners will be held during the summer months. IV. C. T. C. Entcrtaini-il. Mrs. Josiah Reynolds entertained th ladtes of the V. C. T. f. at her home at North Scottdale last evening. Mrs. C. W. Stanffer conducted the devo- tlonals. Mrs. Snyler of Irwin. intei. ested in W. C. T. C. -work was present. The ladles reported 30 botjuets given short yjiit at Frwndsville. .Md. llr. and Mrs. r. E. Burdette have reuirned to Ohlopyle after a week's visit In Pittsburg. They motored anrl had a very pleasant trip. OHIOrYLE, June 5.--The Baird family of Pittsburg is at their summer I cottage to spend the season. ! John Holt lias returned to Piuv 1 burg after a few days spent here. Mr. and .Mrs. John "SVeaver have returned to their home here after a few days spent in Uniontown and vicinity. The funeral services of H, H. Orndorff were held in the M. E. church here this morning. Interment was , , ^ made in the Sugar Grove cemetery. otit to the veterans on Memonal Day., Collins was a business Tisi- Each person. -was asked to secure an j n L - aimlom _ MondaJ , honorary member so that ScottdaU, Robert Cunn h!im was tt caUer in may be put on tic honor roll at tb-, lovra TCSlerda coraty convention ·The subject V.-ES · ^^ ^ rclurne(1 ·Flower Mastons TM*Rf* and vjas rf Con _ in charge of Mrs. C. A. Colborn. The ' ne , lsTill rriends "'f^j!, v RcCUa "° n - Be . a J" CC , Mrs. Shaw has returned to her and Katherine Vance; reading. "Why , bome ^ Connel)iv ,. ]o after a short a Flower Mission: a sbort talk on the Flower Mission in Pennsylvania,! spent nere. ___________ Mrs. C. A. Colponi. Kefreshinents j were served and a vry pleasant social , hoar was spent. Toe next meeting j ·will OB held June 25th at the home of Mrs.-!!. B. Porter, Market street. Persona]. Mrs. J. I. Dick wno has been vis- iUng her daughter, Mrs. Skemp at Benson, III., has returned home. Kev. and Mrs. John Van Horn ot Kentucky are visiting fnenfls here. Mr. Tan Horn is Chaplin at an Army Camp in Kentucky. Mrs. M. J. Kennedy is visiting friends in Pittsburg. Miss Evelyn Byrne is visiting friends In. Pittsburg. Miss Ethel Loncks, a student at Pitt is home lor her summer vacation. WELL, IS HE I'ROUr 3} grnSBDRC HOUSEWIFE 1 Tells How Hard Workiai; "(Vomeu 3lay Keep Well i\nd Strong. PiUsburg 1 , Pa.--"I eop house for my husband and myseU and I got mio a weak, nia-down, nervous condition and no appetite. I heard how Vlnol heljed others and trrec it and it built me uy so I am strong, have a good appetite and feel better in every way." --Mrs. James Croker. The reason Vinol wa.- so successful m Mrs. Croker's case is because h Here are bean* for summer, and, there will be a tot left ov«- for tho»* Jan which are to be itowcct away on the pantry tiielve*. Get one of uio«« frve canning «rtd dryic books from the National War Gerden CommUiion. Washington, A two-cent it*mp wOl bring, it. For lV(«ncn VThu M'orry. Worry and ' *±Q blues" are usually linked together, and in many cases are due to -borne functional derangement . which if not corrected may lead to j more serious ailmt-ius. More out; door lire, sleep, \vaier-dnnkmg and a feu- weeks' treatment wUh that good strength, Laughrey Irug Co.. Connellsville; woman. It you are prone to worry You'll find at Aaron's everything to make your home-life enjoyable and comfortable during the warm Summer days--in great er variety--better quality--and at Sower prices than elsewhere. Convenient Credit, If Desired. Connellsville's Reliable Housefurnishers Since 1891 Uavid C. Sason, Dunbar, and drug- Sists everywhere.--Adv. * Ohiopyle. and "the blues" try JU--Adv. WHEEL OUT BIG GUNS OHIOPYL£, June 5.-- Vmong those I wKo attended the funeral of Harold , Orndorff Tuesday morning were: Air. and Mrs. Charles Stew;.rt. of West Virginia; llr. aad Mrs. Adam "Wolfe, Brucetoix Mills. "vV. Va.; ("-ladys Stewart, Mrs. Mary Orndorff, .!r. a«J Mrs. j Vannosdelm. Connellsvillt, and Mr. and Mrs. Vannosdflm, o: Baltimore, j Md. The funeral service- were con- ' ducted by Rev. H. G. Trimmer at the M. E. church and w-er. largely attended, Mrs. Cora Mitchell was a shopper .".nd caller in ConnellsvilK yesterday. Ralph. Potter tpent Tu«s.lay at Confluence. Teachers were elected Monday evening as follows: Mrs. Mary Cunning- On a rainy day the Notion*] Conunissioa, of ' urges tiiat yoa get out tfce ju*s mxtd Ae« ay an» m *liip-*iwpe for tb« crop tlwt ram U producing. Se*4 * two-cent »tamp for the free cuuu( book I'ri-Statc 5T 15«U S42. LOC-U. AM) I-OXG BISTA5CE MOTDi'GS. , Eesidence 101 Haas Are n CO-VXELLSVILLK, FA. W. W. Giotfelty 1 For Cool Comfort This KalU-x Kocker Upholstered Soat_. Tills Genuine Knltex Hocker There arc many different kinds of F^bre rumHnrf--but only one "Kaltes"--and that is sold exclusively by Aar m's. For real wearing qualities "KaKex" can'f he bfat--because it w i l l stand tlic hardest kind of wear. It can he scrubbed wltU soap and water without hurting the finish. A Swing will help make your Porch comfortable. See These Values! This 4 Ft Sdlld Oak Swing Tins 4 Ff, Solid 0;ik Suing To Make Your Porch Cool and Comfortable! PORCH SHADES Prices upward fl»O rrjr from Jih ion us- ... . «pO» J t? Leonard Cleanable Refrigerators Are The Best They're best because they prevent waste and conserve food most economically. And they're the lowest priced Refrigerator you can buy because they last a lifetime-a permanent investment that will earn Us cost many times over. Tho Leonard will be a great aid to you this Summer --enable you to use food that would otherwise spoil. Ten Walls Save Your Ice! I This White Ewimel Lined Leonard--only __ In the Leouarr! Clpanable there are ten walls to keep the heat out and :he cold in. That'b w h y the Leonard i operates so the lowest temperature with the least iee consumption. Conic in and we'll gladly explain the many exclusive features of the Leonard Cleanable. From our compiKe showing 01" the main different models it will be easy 1'or you to liml ]ust you want. Price*, range upward from as low as These Porch Hammocks Are the Acme of Comfort! e comfiortablc fanning your L To lounge back in on nf tln.s hammocks \\r.h thu coo] brterts cheeks, y o j r favorite book c r nr.'.^azine and bo?: or bon ,onb by yoji side is surrh tilt? neiiiht of comfort chn.n^ th«. ·nr.n ho! smnmer days ahear] of us. ^"e l i a \ c ihr?e Jlainmocks v,-.tb or -.\ ,thu it the canopy nil* as sbcv.n, and all \ery nacMlcratelj- -priced. Rugs 'Pittsburg-Hickson" Beds--at Less Than Wholesale Cost! They'll add a decided touch of comfort to your Home surroundings this Summer. We have them in many designs and in the various sizes. Prices ranpc upward from as low us $4.00 .75 This Lareis, Massive Iron Bed, .Special at _ _.. Fnushfd in Verms Marlin an*] \VuUp Has 2 Inch continuous posls and heavy ] inch filiers. Come In mxl Set This Value! PATHEPKONE--For Your Summer Enjoyment! Special Values in Baby Carriages! This Popular Pathe- phone Outfit Consibts of the J30 model Pathepuone and your choice of G double-faced Pathe Hocords. Collapsible Carri- ai?es a-s Joiv as Genuine R«ed Carriages at ouly On Easy Pament Terms. #// Careless $oy With Learn to be neat and thrifty, ives the quick dressy shine and makes your ·hoes wear longer. Ask your mother to get you a SHINMA HOME SET The genuine bristle danber and lamb's wool polisher make shoe shining easy Ask Nearest Store BLACK--TAN--WHITE-RED HOME SET ! Just Over the Bridge , ronneltsTille (West Sid?) Carroll Battery Co. A Factor) 1 Trained liitftery 3Ian. FRANK WALKER WITH TIGERS Central League Slugger S«ms to Havo Won Outfield Utility Berth With Detroit Club. Frank Walter, the Central leasoe singer, whom tfce Tigers tried to waive oat of ttie big show daring the winter, only to be blocked by the Chicago Cubs, now seems to have won tbe outfield utility berth with ^he Do- trolt club, which shAws that it pays to look over player well before de- faring him no good. J. N. Trump FHITE TRANSFER OTOn TUTJCK * B d WAGONS. MOVIMO AMD HOISTIKO' PIANOS A 6PECI41.TY, L O C A T I O N STO p LOOK READ BEXS'ErP BROTHEKS Automobile Wreckers Hig' Prices Paul tor Ail Mu.ltcb Cars. TVc srH soconJ hand parts and acccsTprlcs f o - all rrmkc's of cars at lowest prices Get *l»c "Bmp^tt" JFJahit and Snrf Mon«-r. Open Sunday 10 A. M. to 1 P X Corner Grant nnd Water Strcc-tt., Urll Phone Court 3S5S. PITTSBUKKH. PA. The dclifihta of your vncafioa begin the tnocient you board D ft C, Coast Line Slcwner lor beautiful Mackinac Uiand-- ball of ibc dctight* jre m tbe Lake von£c. Railroad ticket* are honored ou all O. C- £-me tlcamcn wi o« cilia charge Tbe D ScC. liiBj^nin intures (he brtfin appoinimcnti, cuiiia acti jwiiutalani service. Safcij- arid health ptotiaioos are that could be desired All ttcuraent arc cquipived wkh latest wirelcst fccrrice. ·water ia sieriliicd by uUrn violet ray procci*. Two solendid vetteh--City o( Mackinnc II and City of AJpeon II--operate four timct »weck(o Mackinac lefnnd. From Toledo Mondaj* and Saturday! BJO A M.. Tuetday« aud Tburtdayi 6-00 P- M Prom Detroit Monday* and Saiur- , day« S-GO P M.. Wcdnc»d»y« cud Fnda* S30 j A. M Send 3-ccot stamp for Uluinatcd paraphlei and j S rcat L«ke« raap Addrc« L. G, LEWIS, . P, A., 9 Thin! Avenue. Detroit, Mich. PATRONIZE HOME MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IJT THIS PAPEB, not the cheap kind but the good kind done here. LONG DISTANCE MOVING Save Money on Long Trips By Making Arrangements One Week in Advance. Get Rates. P. B. KESSLER. » *"H 613 McCormick Ave., Connelhville, Pa. Tri-State Phone 404. Bell Phone 234.

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