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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, June 19, 1918
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 19i8. THE DATI.Y COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. PAGE THRES. NEWSY NOTES TELL ' WHAT'S HAPPENING IN THE MILL TOWN HEADS BRITISH IJTlSvSIOlf I SKNT TO SOOTH A3IEKICA. i Interesliojr Program Rendered at Meeting: of the W. C. T. U. SOYS IN SWIMMING CONTESTS A. B. Locks "Wins in Cadets' Matcli, K. MsrUn in the Juniors', George Xioerd in the Interediates'} Meet Grcensburg to bo Arranged. Special to T!IB Courier. SCOTTDAIE, June 19.--Mrs. M. B. Porter of Market street entertained the members of Oie W. C! T. U. at her home last evening. Mrs. Mary Williams had charj;e of the devotions. Four new honorary members ·were taken in. All persons having Flower Mission cards are requested to turn them in to Mrs. "\Vil3iaros before July 2.. The next meeting will have lor its subject Americanization and will fall on July 2. V,-ith July Fourth being · National Americanization Day this is expected to be an excellent meeting. The following program was carried out last evening, it being a. soldiers' and sailors' program, in charge of Mrs. H. C. Fox: Short talk on "The Boys in Butt and Blue," Mrs. Fox; solo, "Liberty Bell," Miss Verne Keslar, accompanied by Miss Olive Swartzendruber; paper, Mrs. L. A. Marsh, subject, "Decoration Day in France;" duet, Mrs. A. H. Herbert and Mrs. P. E. Steelsmith, "God "iJless Our Men;" | ington, Pa. NERVOUS BREAKDOWN Miss Kelly Tells How Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Restored Her Health. Rt. Hon. Sir Maurice de Bunsen heads a special mission sent by King George to discuss the intricate eco; nomic conditions and questions which have arisen between Soutk American countries and Great Britain because ot j the war. The purpose ot this mission ' is to cement relationship and to explain the principles and., ideals at stake in this war. Pechin* PJBCHIN, June 19--JFlev. Harry Tuning and daughter Viola spent Sunday with the former's brother at Wash- Newark, N. 3.--" For about three years I suffered from nervous breakdown and got so weak 1 could hardly stand, and had bead- aches every day. I tried everything I could think of and 'was under a physician's care for two years. A girl friend had used Lydia E. Pi n k h a m's Vegetable Compound and she told me 'about it. From the first day I took it I began to feel better and now I am well and nblo to do most any k i n d of work. I have been recommending the Compound eversince and give you my permission to publish this letter." --Miss FLO KELLY, 476 So. 1-Jth St., Newark, N. J. The reason this famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, was so successful in Miss Kelly's case was because it went to the root of her trouble, restored her to a normal healthy condition and as a result her nervousness disappeared. To Heal Bed Sores For 25 years physicians and' nurses have never found anything equal to Comfort Pewder Sykes reading, Mrs. George Gordon. "The Boys Who Sleep in France;" piano solo, Mrs. C. E. Stone; reading, Mrs. C. W. Stauffer, "Your Lad and My One box provts its extraordinary healing power for any skin inflammation. 2Ec at the Vlnol and other drug stores Edward G. Twigs ot Allison, mo- I The Comfort Powder Co., Boston, Mass. tored down Sunday and took his wife and family home after they had spent a few weeks with Mrs. Twigg's par- Lad," and "Hats Oft to the Flag." outs, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Lehman, and Swimminc Contests, other relatives, al Keffers station. A swimming meet, held at the "V. There will be church in Pechh: M. C. A. for the boys resulted as fol - j o!iapel Thursday evening. Rev. Harry lows: ; Tuning wilt preach. Greatest Band, 203n7-4fl^I^Lagts}i 75c ^Hfe- XTM5 'jF^ ······'.-^-·im*!p|j Hello, C'lSWral, fRrc Me So Man's Lund' *' Irving Gillette, Tetfor 20360--Rock-a-Bye Your Baby With a Dixie Melody 75« Arthur Fields, Baritone WJtatll We Do With Him, Boys? Arthur Fields, Baritone 20363--Bring Back My Daddy to Me 75c Harry McCIaskey, Tenor When the War is Over I'll Return to You Peerless Quartet 20362--Just, a Little Cottage Sterling Trio 75c The Little Good For Nothing's Good for Something After All Campbell . Burr 20364--I .Kate to Lose You Peerless Quartet 75c A Little Bit of Sunshine, Louis Winsch, Baritone fters From Home Harry McCIaskey, Tenor When You Sane»Husli-A-Byc.Bal)y to Me Sterling'Trio 1--Round Her Xeck She Wears a Ycller Ribbon 75c Collins fc.Harlan ; The Yanks Started Yankin' LOjUis WPmsch, Baritone 20365--Tishomingo Bines Arthur-Mack. Baritone 75c Somehody's Done Me Wrong Arthur'Collins, Baritone 203GS--Why Do They Ail Take the Sighi Boat to Albany? 75c From "Sinbad" - One Step When I Feel Sad and Lonely Fox Trot Hotel Biltmore Dance Orchestra. 20369-- Liberty Lads (Smith) March 7oc American.;Regimental Band Lights Out (McCoy) March American Regimental Band Cadets--A. B. Loucks, Jr.. 23 points; P. Goff. 20 points; Dowcy Bendinic, 17 points. Juniors--R. Marlin, 19 points; William English. 15 points; Wilbur Pyle, 13 points. Intermediates--Goorge Minerd, 23 points; S. Smeltzc-r. 20 points. The next meet -will be June 2S. Later .i meet will be scheduled wits Greensbnrg. -Mr. and Mrs. Andrew "SVingrove tu' Fi'rgusou are the proud parents of a baby boy. They mimed it James Warden for its grandfather, James "SVii:- grovc ot Keffers station. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fowler and sons. Richard and Edward ot Everson. wen- visiting Mrs. Fowler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Miller, r e c e n t l y . . Mrs. Raymond G. Holskig of KcfTors station, was visiting friends in Greon.s- Per-ional. j burg last week. Miss Madeline Tarvey of Pittsburs | Hamilton Hughes ol Edenborn, was is the guest of Miss Evelyn Byrne, i visiting relatives of Pftciiin over Bur.- Mr. and Mrs. Klraer Weaver left [ ria.y. v.'hiio here fre took charge uf yesterday tor. Jotnstown where they I a ic peruin school, as he used to do. they will make ttieir future home. I \villiam Kinibail of M o u n t Ura.-i- Mrs. Edward TVardlow and daugl* | dock, is visiting his uncle, James G. tcr. Florence, of Youngwood are vis- j Blalr.e Povancc. U'hilc lic-ro he has iting friends here. I secured a position in the Freepart No. Miss Loretta McCue ot Washinc- J 2 m i:ie. . ton. Pa,, is the guest of Miss Vir- j ji r . an[ j j[ re . John Murphy are ;ho , ginia Byrne. - ! happiest couple on Pecbin hill !)--cau.-e Miss Erne Mar-in of Dunbar spent ; ^e stork left tc thorn a. g i r l baby, the day with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. N e w - ! _\ lrs _ j- ].;. Mj!er and son Kriwanl hro. Mrs. Edgar Fox and daughter of Tcmngwood spent the day wi:h Scottdale friends. Miss Grace Shirey went to Jcnn- ·itette yesterday Jo vi=:t friend?. Miss Rnth Uoyd of Mor.esscn is spending ;hc week with Miss r.e- becca Hertzog. of Keffevs station, Mrs. Abraham Brooks of Ferguson roart. and .\tisi Kale K e n n e d y of Ferguson ?ia;io:i. were a' L'uriuelU'.ille shopping Monday. ; Richard M. Ke.'fer. The Courier P,'chin newsy, was a Conneltivilk- !mi- cess visitor Tuesday. Mr. and -Mrs. Jobn A. f.ehman of Mrs. John Battenf.eld is visiting Keffi-rs station, gave a reception and friends at Niles. Ohio. I party Tuesday artcrnooti from 2 to Mrs. Hannah Lewis of Vorgantown | o - c | oc | c j n ho.-.or of tliesr son James' is visiting Scotuiale friends. ! sixth bininSay. They i n v i t e d quite a Mrs. Lfdia M':F'.-.dden of Ptauffer ] num i, t . r O f children. r.nd such ;i t i m e has returned from a visit with J'itts- j ,| ic .j. |,ad w m, games of various k i n d s burg friends. ' j anc j music. Jarn';-- received a n u m b e r 0»ly -Vine 3Iore Hays. ; 01 - presents as reminders of t h e day. ot money-saving events to corr.e. All an(1 v, c a r t v congratulations. Alter tho the experience "f -20 years of uier- · c h i l d r e n had played u n l i l they were chandiziiK is being used to uphold ;i rcai refreshments consisting of fine high merchandise standard?-- expert- ; r . 3kc , an( i ; CC c r l am w e r e strvcii and ly selected fashions--and in keeping enjoyed. the pricis down. Test the statement . Luther M i l l e r of Ferguson road, Space is too v.iltialile to enumerate. and clarence Ball and Homer Spang- all the June B.-.rgains. Values like , enr ,erg of Pwum. know more about we offe- would be sensational even -. r idj n g goats'' now lhar. they did yes- at the ind of ths soapon. Buy now! ; terday, for last j i i g b t they were made Save! ind have your garment, for a c q u ajmed w i i h thn mysteries of the wear tirnuprhn^t tho summer and . Jr o ,- A y roimci! of Duubar. late inn the fa!'.. Cendiner's Brrad-; j. ; ; . : M i!ler uf Kellers station, is way Indies' Store. Scottdale. Pa.', as I m a k i n g extensive improvements to you 50 off the car.--Adv. : i^^ rt HideDC-t? Miss Sarah M i l l e r has returned to her home in AUoona after spending six weeks with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. M i l l e r of Keffers station. The nxceptionaliy heavy rain of Sur.dcy ::igh: did tm:cii road damage in the m o u n t a i n sections near here, and washed away some of the Baltimore £ Ohio lies and ballast south of Pechiu. The water of Gist run was higher than it has been in several REST AT THE CHATEAU LAKE LOUISE Where the windows f r a m e mill ion dollar pictures of peaks, Jakes and glaciers. 'In the Lake, ever changing. is Beauty herself, as nearly visible to the. mortal eyes as she may ever be," Canadian Pacific Alpine climbing with Swiss Ruicics--trails to Lakes in the Clouds--metropolitan cuisine. Get to know Canada better --your nearest ally. A Fatheptione Will Keep Your Home Joyful NCIW, if ever, good music is a real necessity in every Home--and the Pathe Pathephone gives you ALL the music of the World! Plays ALL Records! No Needles to Change! No Records to Wear Out! Does nor rip, scratch or dig into the Records! Come in tomorrow and hear the Pathephone play your favorite selections! See This Great Special Pathe- $."0 Patliophonc (plays all rccordsj -- ! n i ? i - - a n l ' Po'.ibli'-f.-ici'U ! IVnh'" Rpcords (\'l solc-r- i tiotis nf your own , ehok'e all for $48.25 C o n v e u i p n f 'I'crin.s Arranycrt. If Desired. Thi« ^1S5 1'athephone and Records \ Conveniently Located Connellsville's Reliable . J u n e 19.--Mrs. Carl: McCo'inick is topping in Connclls- j ville .oday. j .Mr and Mrs. J. B. Henderson and famiy motored to .Mononsaiiela on Suncay a f t r r n o c n and visited Rev. and Mrs. McKee and family. Mas Sara P 1 r-,-ed of Dunbar town- Under A'e A Clean Quiet Place for Your Family to Eat. Let Us KTIOW What You Want and How You Want IL GOOD SERVICE. --o-Mrs. C. J. Armstrong, I'rop. Department Mam rioor Homefurnishers Since 1S91. The Paihe Psthephone is ALL Tzsik= ing Machines in ONE. M^.Mf.^f.-.»wra.jrtxgs *tf.tb\ ll vty?; ·iga«HM»iisret'g»«!aaig»!Bs»re^^ shit U a t a . n u i r g . t h o c o m m e n c e m e n t ] ^ ^ blu bc , b( , ttc , confmcd with . exe'cise^ ai California State normal j scbol. Her niece. .Miss Eva R e e l in its channel did iittie damage. : Township Supervisor C. V. Hardy is , . . rhrp* of rprryopolis. .s a member | r c p a i r i n lhe roads . o f t h e graduatirg class. | several hundred nc,v ties aro to be vlrs. Mary H.u-shman and baby of j p u t j n belwcen p e c h l n and FerrJsoll .VBunt Sterling, are visitisg her aunt, ; 1jic Balt .; morc ohio . The Ues . .Mss .Mary Frc-:d and grandparents, T\r. and Mrs. W . l l i a m .Means. ; on h a v R bpon d l s t r i b u ! c d alMff Ule Smithfieid. j tracks. They have been treated with .Mrs. Samuel Addis and .Mrs. CJcorgc ; Mphall s o l a t i o n . iuenour were ironncJlsviI]e sboppcrs; "uesday. j " Mrs. Manic Kiclu^r will entertain he Fancy work club ai her home on West Side, Conaellsville, on WcUnes- 3ay. afternoon. Miss Anna ('jchran of l/nion(ovrn. visaed her nice:, Miss Lucy Cochrau, rPCtntly. MTP. Carl Mc^orniick \vii: e n t e r t a i n Lho I^iti.;-!?' Aid society of :iic .Methodic l-;pij.vo;)il o h u r e U at a 10 corit Thir?day eve; i"S- J u n e 20, at S ruronize tho-je who \0 A D V A V C K Cf PKICE O T H E R S M iKecp the family free rgfZ irora colds by tising jf^|;/^\ 25c--ZQc--Sl.OO j SMITHPIELD, J u n o 17.--Mr. and ! .Mrs. Joseph Stnitb. Mr. and Mrs. C. : 0. Bo.^ley and daughter Beatrice visit- · \ ed Mr. and Mrs. Frank Birch ai Lock j No. S Sunday T. R. Lynch and family of Fair- Sank?, called on relatives here Sunday ev-onins. They brought Miss Teresa O'Xetl, who had liccn their y: it si t'ne past L^'O \vc5:s, to her iionc- here. ': rr. Hay Cramer and family oC Un- · iontowr., motor^n through the bor-; on?h Sunday to .Veiv Ucneva, and ! spent the day with rolntives thore. | C. II. O'Netl was a business visitor to GreeiisJ.nrg Monday, j Lind^ey Hi\v.i.'tl o. Uniontown, v i s - j iif'd bis ].*rv'HT.~. Mr. and Mrs. A. H o v v - j ard over Sunday. ! G. A- Foathe:- motored to Eracldock ; Sunday after his wife and son Ray, j who had =pent a week's visit with i relative^. Miss Klla Evans, Mrs. FtaUiers' sister, returned with them i'or a visit maA*£^^^ OPPOSITE POSTOFFiCE CONNELLSViLLE, PA, Economy and thrift suggest the use shoes. It gives the shine. For Your Convenience best of Vicallh. Halo and hearty, -.vlth socd. roi appetito and good digestion. Gran'!i*u'.» nerves and in tee blood, good ILI-H steady, loo. 1 Ie himself. He kteps !'l Eeea to H that lilR iic' are In grood shupc. that bo :B oalinc without relish, fc-e!- "ing n. H t t l a c* "pi-rased :ind C'rufs, sleepy nil day yet c;i~-. not siet.'p itt nlirJ:!" he begins Ills iruattvtm of Bii'-fercjj. the nervt- ftJi/1 bluoti tonic. Jr'j'n peptontttu and va!Uiil'.e tonic liiemeiiW in tulM Jann. is Just exactly what lhe nvL-rage tired e-.. j ts^ctly the t-oniont. As'.: y-j;ir loc- U!- ; l-c-tji BJo-for^n, or. K ytm v.'ishi pi-rJ u.^ his nam^ and we will lore l:im the corn;»!Ko £*n::ala. fj!ve Bio-ftfren a f a i r trial. If if don't ma'.:c KKJ your n:oncy will b« plcasuntlv re:urn.-i 1 to you. .'r.ter- (latir.e; ^ool:Jet will bo ir.iiileii you oa rcquos',. LJJ-;;C pacitusc*. Si-JO at all good dr-rutets or tlfn-ci i! yuur drufifflat rto-.'t hundl*! it. Thi ?ent;iuui Kem.* edi«a Co., CincIr.naU, uhlo. SassssaaRsaEsasasBassGHSSE Just dvei tfee Bridge' CounellsvlIK' HVcst Side) A Factory Trained Battery 3Ian. LOCAL AST) LOT« 5)ISTAXCE HOVIXGS. Tr:-St4ite r73. W \flf TlAi-fptKr K^siihtncc 101 Kaas ATI*,, Hell 842. "· "· xTlUUCH/ C O N N K L L S V H . L K . PA. . . . needs at tills auMoii of the year. It LEAVES NO AFTER-EFFECTS EXCEPT HEALTH AUU D R U G G I S T S - L A R G E BgjBasaaaa^gg 11 READ THE COUSIES. I XWi. ·x«HC«s«5ir«i«aw.ira W^3s)(^*®3ij^^ I TEY OUR CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS. | . $ » · ·'· ·Sti^Jta^iXtCfifiAsX^'G X E V? 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