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June 13, 1918

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J11..R3DAY JU\E 13, 191S THE D4ILV COI T RIER. CONNETLXSVltJ .E T1 A. FiVK. NEWS OF THE DAY AT MT. PLEASANT BRIEFLY RELATED Local Women Will Entertain Oonnellsville Chapter of D. A. R. MANY AT DANCE BY JUNIORS Three loune Mn f.o to PJtNhnre to Euter frainin_- to Hcemta Motor Sechaulc.x; loanu JTi n 1* Fined by Burgess Mocns lor Sptetling Phosphorus Strengthens and Vitalizes Every Nerve [ and Organ of the Body n Doctor \into I"n n«-rlhcd Ordinary pboipburnt d Malt for "Wak tlu A alk*. d Inflio nrv ofRc BOSTON M bis -- V, H It id PI osi horu e^ ( r n t r v t . od li i l t h tnipc "»tble infl % t a l l i e the b n a \ n t. ^ri\\ ^ or p ^ mon n t-d i f 'belli me f e u people reili? U and o r ^ i n f n plants w i l l i u s Is i com 1 u cimf n but neral % tl ev x^-h troul e or kwli Special TO TUc Co rler MOLNT PLEASANT J u n o 13--Mrs Mar\ Zimiatrmdn Mi«-s iininia Mil^ei M ss Nellie R u p t i Mi s Araiuiata Gallej Lao local n^emi er» o" the Daughters o a the Amen in Kevolu tioa w i l l en er'a n tb.o o'hc" men. ters OL the chapter at 'ic homo of "\iiss Rupert on Fridav The Rupert h^rne where ihv\ \\i\l be ^ntrtamed is o\er a c e n t u i \ old Jniuors (.lie I)a» oe. TLe junior class ot the high school iii^ld a dance in the Bank building oc Tuesday evening Kiferle s orchestra fin niched the m u s e G-iesto "ftere present from ConnelU^ill StottdaJe Green^burg and Latrobe To Hcchank^' SchtxI. Alber^ Tomanak Lewis Brown and Frank McClain w i l l Iea\e n Saturda fo- 1 Putsburg where thev w i l l po to school to leam motor mechanics for Lncle Sam Fined «or Speeding. John. Sraelko charged w i t h exceeding the speed limi was ined $10 bj Burgess Sam P Stevens Other t»tes. Sam Randolpa oC Phil idelphia is the guest of Mrs Raadoloh and her soa Charles of the EJast E d Mrs E T ftissinger ard soa \\ il ham aud Mrs Andrews of Leechburg are visiting friends here Miss Mma E Trickej and Miss Blbeth Jones of the Mount P easant j Institute faculty will lea\ » toda^ for their homes for the summ*r vacation Owing to conditions in tlii t r l u b l e i-? t h \\\ thP phoru^ and p th r ruri dt T I ok notl in-, of i r o n n i a it a l i t t l r the ne t i i and i pip COITK r a tl Hu i *)ii r n i i n tl e h o cl a t u r of fict to tl e ner\ W* inl it *ee i ^ trt uhlt. pl'or'Ued milt v. Inch u^t H ^ ipiilic 1 " the phosphorus but bri u 1 - r r n l l one of th( ht'-L kn \. n tr ? ir ind t *ni builrttr 1 - to tht re CMC- of the v.-v*unfi: ti 1 -'- i t s hi\ noon it (* hl c n d i r irn.f mtl int n t i l - i t t h i r j n 1 « t in le i \ \ \ ^ tl~K. a n d In oisos - ^ h c r n o t h of rcil T.T.(UP i n thi. cheeks . k f d \v om n i l t h nnrt ( f u l l of v in It I K ^t[ li"ni ind b u o y M i t a i d hit minripr that of a nn" f w^entv fl\c tl ou^h lie wis vrd! i flflv* P! \ ^ l c i ins n r\ \ \ h t r e k ov, the \ il UP oC pli spiuirus and almost e \ c r \ womi i k n o « s * t h e to le v i l u o of m a l t It Is i ronui rk-Lt 1 t i nd t l s ^ u r - bu Ider ospec-iatU idapt i to lie ncr of n u r s i n g nu»tl i s ind u 01 t 'inaemii- \vom n Conahit t i v, th ph sp-hor i** malt it nourtj L s i A at It. t h i U J · ni to e c i \ ? r t f vtl mn j l M n p t i s IDS Th old Maul i fnr-TiH of mill rt, not con \ c n i e n t tijk* ind ITU *n r tlion con t iin ilr li I « h r c ilia's i no d l -=^ ?tHnul i t ) n a Q w i \ H f o l l o w e d hv 1 in frp"o««. u d flcgii ossinf- rf i c t i o n PhoP ] h n r a t I ns*U.r 1 'tiin«f i h p t K « 10 b u f l d I H L propf-ptT**.* C mil n n d f 1 ( nrs t t\ i l tfTecis 6 t » i r n [ o l J h n \ t s pn it prodvife neb iitoni^h tic «"·"! * ttmt T pr crib* A ( H U ri c i n n u i d it t n n H m ^c! r \ftcr ·* pho i 1 ma 1 j u m o r n i n ^ fcfl r lnpf i p mjs in ri-n rtad^ f r i f n i j p r i c t l f i 1 m i t ilt v\ s of th in" el*-(* h fl prn\ t 1 t IK I h i \ p ^ en it brf*it, -o««t-' of p ilo n r r v o u ^ \ P I M in 1 rl crimson I looil irk i t h f rioubl d c in tin, li tldence le of 1 ipj i the d i r i L i o n J v c « c i . n t l % rre p h \ " i ( a l U run to th He f o u n t ! lT.U\ % ' n! ho qrot of | T T i o n t arn* 1 r] v. n and n mental c I l a p ^ e H pleasure in I i f f hi-* f-om \OT1 -- T t ^ - H n d out w h i t phopph r tt il in L! 11 il! tin for u " ct ,L p irk -,p in 1 U irn f r irsel* r ush li j n h h J 1 i t o'- , , i t th r-rn u! i fi om \ o r r H.K s it i- Sk V01I1 If of ih ^pl i. r 11 ntlene I t i* \\ i l l rt u h ] t.1 Tit holui^,^ t ! He c o u l l no th r ^ep n Kf p hi 1 * mln \ on hl«s M orW ni«i H U S I i tin * ne-4q ^ is in ttich ihap tl a he coul i Th \ r or ] i\ it n n l T d"ut r if it ·· ould j jHl it Y-i\ e el ort him "i^ « i\ 1 ad Nod ]i -j c ^ h!n to rat ]rqT nnd t a k e t w o f U » , e'tpcri i prr un t T t l r f ff r ho-jph r i t o 1 m i l t I i n 1 \ ni\t t th \ lu"\nc I T . f c l u u h of r 1 - i In n H I I P l d«-tu ffl uif,hre Druj, Ct J-Yank Zabkar Hostettcr Joseph M 0=rkow *ki I mted George Plricik L/cippns Stan ey V Poreuibk*i I o town Vlex Le%ay La t robe John Mtgray, ilargucritt 'Colored, Smithfield. S \ILTIIFLRLD June 12 --Gallatm lodse No 517 3 0 O F and Latl^ these'ladies will engage IE war w ork j Gallatm lodge D O F R I 0 0 f for tlie suioraer | held uaeoional services for their dead I merabe-s Tuesdaj evenicc o\ march ( ing to the Bapti6 T and I O O F ccm x ° E I eterie» and decorating the g-avcs of their departed mtmbcr w h o are in as i Ijusincs callt-r here Mnndaj "i ou A ill ^et com fou aod itvK it l ajuinej vour ee^ aPci n. oi r rt li«-s i PS Dr, V . I Tiit^t-i Op omo nM Iu5 SouJ h f'Htsburg street Coniulls Mile -- *d Thi. Diinbar baseball trari fit ft IK I -emot 3olvn 13 1 The ba'h nti \sero Dunbtir MUlei anrt M i l anR*i in -PincL olvi% JO.IOH and Thorpr Mrb I ' u r r j t H o r b e r h « v -vnri ilaugh i ter \ ii ^niu ut.ro u'nioniown ca tiers EVANGELICALS TO HOLD CONVENTION AT POPLAR GROVE Firtoentli liinual Ciflthemig 1H1I Open Iri(hi) 1 U P mi; nnii Lost Through Sun-da v Tht fifteon h in mil convention of the' T\omar b Missioi ai socittj of tbc PHtbburj., contei nice branch of the r\angelici hsoc ition w i l l open Fi ida evening in the feh angel ical| church I 3 oilali Gro\c aud w i l l con j elude \\ i h a cession Sui Ja ovenmg The program as a.= f o l l o w s i Opening CSMOI "30 F M --De\o j tiona M r i j| ^ Hicha r do I ocal I "Woman, s Misiso ir\ -socUiy Mis j J O UNI op ddicfas pdMor ile\ J 0 i Bishop rpspon^e M-s V r Conie) ' mu^ c Monarch quartet pitsiJenLs me sage g u t t i n g Mist, r\u it. Liv in^sione conji egatiui il singing roaming Miss Mar Hoki. solo M t,s , G l U t Co^lei rtaiing Mrs MibU I Rhodes . Sat irday moi nlnt J o clatK -- De I votional Rev H r Mil'er (.nroll ! m e n t business rrpoi - o r nn r ^ i s dec ion o r o f l i i e i s x radical i Thoughts on Mes^a^e i?eaitr \\ork \frs ^ids-worth ethodb of ttotk M i s Ilanj- Njelamu Pit *bu r g ba u~da VtPinoon 130 -- lilblo reading Rt, M B McUiughlii Our \\ork in China Mrs J 1 dtai W a l t e r Oud s Mono., a* Mrs \\ M PetTcr Mission i" It riution ir tr^i. SabaJi bLhool M i s M B Me j Liughlm Saturdij i cjin s D e v o t i o n a l R\_\ A\ r ConiM addi ess J ipa i IJcr People and custom-- \iiss floronro LrfiTmyet mis^ionan on fin lough from Japa i SuLdai n i o r n i n ) J5 sabbath set ool devotional lit \ } Q ft Jiop -.'-s Our \ it-aion irv Opt rations aj Mm VKS Lrfl m u ndiv if * rnoon rt " O h i l d i u i · ' Each Depcirtncnt Mina?ei is deter nmetl to Doi ble t l o S a l e s of n ast June and in order to do so has oifeied the jnost e \ t i a o i d i i i d i \ \ a i u t ^ I i i d c i d o numc'oi's aio the sav ngs and so gieai d i e tbe bai?an s that in ordei to Le ft n ^ n h ai v e h i » e deti'Ied to omit all prices f i o n i todd\ s ad But von ina\ rest a^und i b d i it ^ to \ o u r Khantage to attend this ' Double the Sales in J u n e Event Come and brin*, 30111 f iLiidto \\illi ou. Did You See Oor Full Page Advertisement? In Yesterday's Paper? If Not Be Sure to See Tomorrow's Announcement I i e r j I,ij in J u n e M e Vn to Iotilile (he in funt- Ion Hill G ( Better \.ilues Here. me tine; address b i am S u n d a v i v e n n HOT- j y, i Kbit ui t t f t s add «- i l i u \ n t i m n i M r Hum Ve " " i Dcvouon i 1 !T n p i r t o' torn T i t r t u r a ! C h r i s J *~ Mi-. i T f , r u i m nrcU of M iiomr\ of t KL idiot, 1 List of IU-io*tr;uib Below is found the fijia! twenty-oners registered jue 5 m Dis trict S Prank Lemmon O v e r y Mount Pleasant. McKmley Myers Mammoth George Joiepn King Mount Plcas- aot. SUlmao Mount Pleasant Edward Johnston Vihit- ne- -iTbcrt Shaw k;y Latrobe Vicceirt Balcerefc, Mount Pleasant Joint Schick Latrobe Airanias Hixoa, Stauff^r George Elmo, llount Pleasant. Lawrence Rimlinger Jojot Pleas- apt ' Jotm tfttenowski, Caltrmrt Charles Snyder StauffeT- William Sterner Mount P'easant "Winiani M Miller, Mount Pleasant Bobert Clifford Eento'i Mount Pleasant. Jbhu Peter Macey Southwest. ·Qoay Hopkins, Souti-west. ·Charles Jleigs, ML Pleasnnt. ·George Rivers, Southwest. ·Clfflord L«wi» V f ount Pleasant ·Eolen Mai Fletcher, Beatty Station, ·Elmer Bel' Mount Pleasant Frank Caerrenock Calumet. Paal Dorsian, Mammoth Fr. T^iIHbald Hofmann Btatty Zenon Noviclu, Beatty Joseph PanicbeHo, Latrobt Joseph Turecko, Southwest John. Kapel Southwest. Peter Maczey, Jr, Souihw^st Charles Edward Leslie SoJthwest Vlto Rtnalda, Jlount Plsas-jiL Ilario Lappa,* Baggaley Prank Tooba, Beatty Andrew Sterbenc, Latrobe Frank Kltal Calumet ilichal Hudat Greensburg Nick Fajko Beatty. George Hreka, Beattv iticbael Flrin Mamjoaoth Jim Corba, Mammoth Stephen Hudak Southwest Paul Hatala Beatty Metro Poloski. Whitney George Vuklch, I^atrobe Ludwik Guzik Whitney Joha Lechman Whitney Frank Su^a Mount Pleas-int Steve Andrew Tlamacb Mount Pleawn' Tom Evauata, VThitney Joseph Brada. Baggale Angeto Recotta Mount Pleasant Jfatthcw Malesk Beattv \'ichael Marhu» Gr ensbur; Sam peFilipos Mount Pleasant i James Joseph Kraisinger Mount | Pleasant. Anthony Vaiianti, Mount Pleasant tcrred ihcrtm Tht 5und-i^ a c lools o the three churches hPre jnrticip-icJ j ca i] a her with, them n the a e aerv cea wblcii were concluded at tht Bap 1st chjrch Mr and Mr-- 1oimt Bra IdocK ' 1 UMna s oter-'sts DorTt n ,, ect ^Oi I Trickf Opl i n t n s l 105 sout'i Mttsljiirg arc. t Con n 11^ He-- \di DDSHMl June 13 Mt»s M r,ir\ of tmontm*n v. is a jn^intSH looking iff Dr J.» M thtr» 1 r r l Vr 1 PIl \ V L t l Of O I 111} c h f ) l ?irl md fc)iU in f. un a d c f it. s o j.r. oft n u i % mi pi r f o r m t i r ( tin dnUi"- btcatH t -*onn dt nip ricni j » t c u iar to tt 1 t r "·tT TIIK'U t Hi DC in ( be^n i r \ n fi 1 t \ t j o r b r i h j p ^ ip On Face Very So^s and Red. Spread Over Bed,, CoufdNot l Work. Troubled l 1 ^ Years, HEALEDBYcUliCURA SOAP AND OINTMENT II -i ·· h He berprr in ! or nt. is 1 c 'xilori v fl-cn-d c r o w J ding his left for u- ncwved bore f om I c r c t e r of ( i m p UP f r i t nils gonri i^. ic o%frbcn dm Rei Dr %\ M Ryaa :n,t».iijg an ap propnate address G A Feather returned 'rom PHIE burj, Mondaj evening wlu re !IL had taken h a ftmiU Sundaj to \ bit hi » i f c s pa-ents Mrs Feather u nd son Mp! wm , m , !rown , L t Ra rcmamud Ior an «tcn led visit , pn , 8 b.nhri^ part) m lurmr o f " Jacob G Fast of Nicholson township nrraa-vpir diuchlcr Mib* P a i r was a borougb busioess \^itor Wt.d nesdav Mr ra t _s coni. vttd «itb the Farm Labor Bureau of Favette countT and was her*, in Lhc interest of Uie bureau ·^ntoiiio \uo\ick of ^Voodiidt was a borough business \ i b t t o i p "V\eines daj liUmck is a loy^l foreign ca Uen a d has a son m the Arat-rtcaa armi in France Mrs John Moore of Cre^t Haven is visiting relatives in town and coun- 1 tl( d Id i,u lot i' it din *,titcr thf 1 01 1 f ri it j on[ in i h ^ r b Tr M **\ r oi u t } i iilnif u s [ \ i i i L n k i ITI s \ t M tan C inpoi Ttl r 0 i fTsJHoiun mrrf HP s ^-ai I o J i\ a M t it tl mon u f f e r n ^ ·** \ t \\i nni t i n o ;i d t in \- f 1 ~~J Atwujt in gut ti vcrc prpitni FOLND V pu--c on ( ) n n « I H i | ! l it wet Inquire of Huth D u n a w v Dunt-ar Pi rju elt Batronizn thos" who advertise Flai\voods. A DAGGER IN THE BACK C E Stewart s doing ju-v duty at ', the court houc ibis w p t.k *" Bca Mont eth has bought himself a tourng ear i Mr ard Mrs LeslJt, Murphy and* John Baer re urned frcni Camp Le\-« Monday where they visited Don Baer/ the mttcr s son and Mr» Mu-phv ^ \ brother They found Don m the best of health and spirits C B Slogan, has acknowledged hl3 Thil n tt ' 'u'% TJk" f5f»I 1 M M t i k ( r t d i\ dr^ad u 1 ( H tarl **nv* th . tck-u \ j,it -^ aKint, th l e GO! ! N to H\ Tal t t h r "mi in( n t l % 1 Mint ]) .Ir DM H fid IH rx if r r f u - ' e tr f r o r r n nl r t th tin Hut t to f^t f OI U M F I \ L Sine G ")L1 MPT \T l U a r k m Oil h IA l c t , . t h e N a t o n n l Jierr e d j r.f H I J i n 1 t i e deed to Henrj \\atson for a hou*J{ G o v e r n m e n t of the N L l u r l i n d o h t i f n K and lot at Burchmal, conbideratio-iu, srantod a --pfcii cha-te-- -xuth rizinj, t?50 I t t l P r t f inn n uid s-U( Thf i )ii«tp of U p l a n d ^ o u l almost ts s n Jthou I rtt J is s-h( w o u ! 1 U t h o u \l\a Morris of Nicholson lownsbip^ was a business visitor Tuesda\ D unbar. J | DUNBAR Jnne 12--Viss Margai-et jCochrau of Vniontown spent Mixn day here the guest of M * Mae Borter of Specrs Hill Edward MeColloagb of T H ^he q u n t n t PlT.ailt.iTi Oil !ron,NiixVomi£a Gentian Make DR. CHASE'S { BIoodMNerve Tatets A Powerful Blood Builder A Tronderfal flash n*ker and rest/icsffra to th« n«rv« ffirfaar henlth itrenffth acl viffor tothoweak cmaciBtcd convalescent worked Each tloae means rnora ene power *nd more dtrcnpth Weigh Yourself Before Tn Prlro 00 cent* Sp«lol StrcnrU. 90 United Ucdidoft C« 2M N I0th Si he-- RPI! D nch Dr pt c i t l s GC Ml \ I P R \ L Capsules I h f s i- u ie o j-oj w i l l f i n d t h f * women n n d f h i l d r e n r f HoH*\nil so -turd ind robu^l rOLD MI -ML arc the IMIPP r i f f i m l m O f ] C a p ^ u c = ! impnrtt 1 f J i r p c thp l i l o r t t r i p s in Ilaarloni I o! But np sure to fet-t C O Tf I M h D v r * I nk or t h e nam on o \ e r box S 1 1 1 relKbl*- t l r u c r K ! ^ ^ In s t l c c r k i*,es tJir^c s i z t o ifone r e f u n d e d i 1 " t h f j l o n o t h e l p \ o i \c c"j t o n l \ he COLD M! D M \ l l n h t r a ire i i t a ions ( H VT\ C H S lun ^ ! o ^u % a n d John M a j e u l t r h i c K! pu cha'-ei a i v, I) r'q* i m u v, t i M s f s n t \ l ieHan j \\lio hi 1 * bo i ·nhiit, ior qii i \ It. inp tn j j \ ^on w a b n r n t Mr n i M M i! r Jo"don r Iv* I* r ifli^ Tli btun' 1 \ l s t a V, v T t rno i t h t hoi i. of Mrs \\ a on Dunn on ail T l nn d j v i 5 r oon The in7 IT- anr 1 pi ( -f{ i(-l held b; ihe \ouii, V i t n n ·* I «s omri --OLI t!) 'HI*! q u i t i a ' - i r c n *- i n l w a ^ !arL,( I at purt I H rl*. i r t d $~ i M a pa r of w h i c h \ ill I u gi e i io t Hed Cross Moaos Hess ar I Mi ·- I Ii L u d t i rnin were n a ^ m d i h L f a t u o o - Tho f l a t w o o d s n n of tl e T lt.rl C-O'is w i l l HILL!, on i n \ t ^ t d t n bda\ | aficrnoon i ihc. h i l l 1 h is nn t ra cd abou ?12- for the d i n e and most of hut i f r r U o r v h u hoi n tan ' iiied b e f o i c i ie\ wt.ro oisari?ed Dawson. **My face was all pir"pl« u"d very ·ore a id red The purple** sprcao £^ -^- o \ c mj bodj a n d u a r d i o / J^\ ltcn l1 ^ ^ near j scratched \J"H ··- . ./ myfnceo"" a n d he e used to be in awful Io of corruption carrc out f.'y face woa an a^fi-l s p^t ^\- \t ard I could not \vork I hid the p "iples o\er o yea- ard 8 half Then I used Cuncun Soap and Ointment I had great relief and I used t b ee cakes of Cuticura Soap and two boi es t f Cut. CUTS Onttrtnt when I was health (Sfpned) M ss I* icda Strobcl 3^32G Si Phila A«« t 17 While Cuucura woiko wonders* m mos ca"ic3 of skin foubles Jt p op- cr itb me so TT Id ind so dehca e\y co-nbm-d thn i is also idea! for eve-y- day use in the toilet bath a"d nurserv Sftmpl* F«eh ^rc«by M m l Address po« card- C j t ! C t i r « Dcpt K Do.ion Sc d ever-» i "e S-j^p25c On tmcnt 2. j-]d jOc w e n an " t r i H n it the V e cv ll -, i» ! 1 h s 1111 IK d ) hi i In 11 "\li^s A ' i -· u 'I ! s u i n n 1 f i o i i i \ ( h i i! i nil L I i i t i n Pi inK n K u i s i n j 11 1 S^-P*: "M i \ ind t i L, I i n r ia^ o r» l rn( d l t i r- i 1 o n O I K n^bin t a r H spt ani j ^ i « fi i\ u th td i? ami 'i s / Ji l u n \ C h i U c - ^ Rl i ini 1 p ^ I I art 1 i ibtcr w h o b ^ s In t n iff i u t \ i h r?T [ t \ \ o Tionths m otoun r f ^ IUK^-S w a ^ in tr v. n Pi «=( a j HL is nn r i i n i [ n o \ c ' i n I o pens io 1 n u k u i his jol) 1 t o o loi c, HP n t f 1 (is TIO in,, h T f n u l j K t o u n in ) L i ( i f n i t n t \ iss H r l p n S-mlei ·? the ^ucst of *"nom s \n Nev- Koniiiigum Fro-n Bv fdlo S 9 50 Koui d Inp 16 MJ From S 7 00 trip 1200 Eror- Tot 1,0 lt 00 1 roc- DC rort S550 Round Inp 91000 - ion bed n '~e ^^ctn[;^^ you fjDird a rim. io tiej I ful ' I t k ac U J J-f T *ilc r J ^ r ^1 -( ( I N uck.n c l ] d C ti ( Alp-- ( I I -- · air (o t "itsa-wreWi ) * acl nac I a d ^rtm Tnlcdo Satu d a B ! « \ M T m s d H h a i Th .ca b 0 P M h r n Dcirt, I \ onday A*»V * ^ ^ U l " a " M 3 " Sr t) 3-cert it i-n*i /cr tllu^traied pimp let Ore i 1 kc» m p Add e t * L C I FU IS ]' \ J 'ihird A » D U L lcrrolt Mtc 1 VKC V "W JJT^l^f-^ HOME ^ M a n j D c h t i o i s Dressings at Collins' Drug 1 1 7 S. i ' l l l M H KG H BHoraer's 8 GotMag ] OOOC2SOOOOOOOOOC3OOQOOCXX300 fr ni Ian ] li the Hospital. Thomas Grace of Ttotter vas ad milled o the Cottage Slate liobpital vesterdtj ior treatment of an in jurj to the Jcnee suffe ed \ h i l e at work for thf II C Frlck Coke com p-inj Jame Thomas colored a \\~est Penn employe B v i o n J- rutcb man of Hock wood inO "William Ab- hott of Ado IT ule were discharged to . Pa. Merchants who ad\ e The Dally Courier their DAV^50\ jime 1 2 - J o h n Higertj one of D i w s n n s o dt st citizens jt c r i t i c a l ^ ill a t hib h o n o on R i l r o t J street Mrs* John Tx?vrrgoof1 ind son J j h n are \ h t i n g Cm nds it E m l p t i t o n i The first b.il tirap o he s t i s o n fan o w i l l bo p l a v c d on Siturdaj a i t ernoon \\hen he \ M C \ ^ u i cro^s ha s \Mih the St u J n n c j o i team on the "\ V C \ gioimds a Dickeison Ii ti J/ H Husband of East I ibt rt v.as "V\"tdnesdai There w ill be meetings held on T h u r s d i j and Pnd^ e ^ e n n g s at 71' m t h e Prpsb^ orian c h u i c J i foi the purpose of nidkms irr int?ci icnls for a children s d \ Tiogriam A l l b o ^ - i and girls are requested to bo prescn a n d take part In the ex"ic «.G Lcc ind VTh pkc of ""ist D a u s o i his purchased a n o w i n t o Mrs Geoige C ^^cGl^ v,ho under I J o s w o i t l t Orr Mr an 1 I i s t L L i ^ u M t h of SrclUl^l h i\ o inni n (?d t H in M rligi of i h u " daii^lu i M t H In 1) Cos\\ort to I i ui n ui ! n i^ i 1 Orr son o" 1 in 1 i s I H OM if Pittsbii"^. 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