The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on June 21, 1918 · Page 6
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, June 21, 1918
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PAGE SK. THE UA.iL.TC COURIER. CONNEIiSVILLE, PA. t'KJDAV, 21, Newspjf Nearby Towns, Ohiopyle. r OHIOPi'LJB, June 20. -- An error la. the date of the dedication of a Hag I was made. The services will be bold , in the Methodist Episcopal church ; here Sunday eveainjj, June 23, at 8 | P. M. | Mr. and Mrs. Logan Rush of Con- | ne'.lsville spent Wednesday here the j guests of relatives. ' | Mr. aad Mrs. Dull and daughter of i Cpnnellsville liave retained to the i CWopyie House. * Mr. and Mrs. Dull and son left yesterday for Uaiontowu to spend a few ciays. Wesley Bu.-nivcrth was a Oon- n-tlsvlllG caller "yesterday. F. M. Cunningham left Tuesday evening for a visit in the western parts of the state. Jesse McFarland of Sipes was in town yesterday. OHIOPYLE. June 21.-- Mr. and Mrs. McDowell and children of Pittsburs are guests at the Ranier Hotel. Word was received here yesterday Uiat George Morris has arrived safely overseas. -Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hochstetler and children have returnnd from a motor trip around Sand Patch, Meyersdale and vicinity. Miss Hazel Morrison and sister v.-ere among tho Connellst-ille shoppers Thursday. Mrs. R. C. Holt and daughter spent Thursday the guests of Mrs. Charles Kobbinson at Ursina. Miss Mar.iie Shipley left TVednes- 'lay evening for ConneUsviHe %vhere she has been employed. Miss Elsie Beggs of Confluence spent yesterday here. Miss McNair of Mill Run was a nhopper in tovrn yesterday. Mrs. Charles Stark of Connellsville is visiting friemis here for a few days. , T. F. McMullcn was a Counells- ville caller yesterday. Mrs. Eita Dorion, or Ogdensourg, Wis., says: » go to bed. Hie doctor advised an ope but I \vould not listen to it. I thought of what I had read nbo«c Lyclia E. pinkfiam's VefretabJo Compountl and tried it. The first bottle brought great relief and. six bottles Have entirely cured me. All women who have- female trouble of any kind should try Lydia. E. Knliham's Vegetable Compound." How Mrs. Boyd Avoided an Operation. Car.Lon, Ohio.--"I suffered from a female*, trouble Tvl caused me imicb. suffering:, and two doctors decided that I would have to go through an operation before I could gnt well. "My mother, who had been helped by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable CoiuiHiuml, advised me to try it be fore submittinfrto an operation. It relieved rnefroin my troubles so I can do my houso work without any clihiciiltv. I advise any woman \vho is afflicted with y female troubles to give Lydia E. Pinkham'sVege- table Compound a trial and it will do as mucii for them."--Mrs. JlAJ:i£ BOYD, 1421 Dth St., ST. E., Canton, Ohio. Everijr Sick Woman Sho ubmitting To An Operation Little Girls in Silk Attire Prittstown. NERVOUS RON-DOWN WOMAN Tells How Tinol Creates Strength. Duked. Tenn---"I live on a farm lad keep house for six in my family. I got into a nervous run-down condition, so it seemed as though I would die. A friend advised me to try VInoI. I have been greatly improved by its use and am. better and stronger in every way."--Mrs. If. H. Goofarin. The reason Vinol was so successful in Mrs. Goodwin's* case is because it contains beef and cod liver peptones, iron and manganese peptoaaies and glycerophospbatos. the very elements needed to build up a weak, run-down system and create strength. Laugarey Drug Co.. ConacIIsvilto; D. 0. Bason, runbar, and druggists everywhere.--Adv. BISHOP LINT DIES Divine Oldi-st Minister of the Church of the Brethren. Special to The Courier. rEYERSDA.UE, June 2t.--Bishop C. G. Lint, ordained to Uie ministry 63 years ago, t h e " oldest minister, in point of years of ;-ervice. in the Church of the Brethren in the United Stales, and the oldest native-born resident of .Meyersdale, died at tho parsonage of the Church of 1*10 Brethren, Keystone street, South Hide, yesterday morning at 7-30 o'clock, aged 84 years and one month. Bishop Lint was the eldes: child of the late Gillian C, Lint and Elizabeth (HochstoUer) Lint, and wa.i horn in i "what is DOW Meycrsdale borough, May 19. 1834. He was baptr/.ed into the Church of the Brethren, June 16, ·1855, eiec:ed a deacon tlie same day ·and eight days later was chosen to of- ·flciziQ as a minister. He was a fine vocalist arid teacher and composer of ·music, several of his* co:npo?Hiona .·having been published in the hymn ."book now used. :n church worship. It 'might, be said that his oSYJdeacy in ·music was inherited, as he was a close kin of the world-famous vocalist, Jen- -nio Lind. known as the "Swedish iKighttngale," who was a first cousin of the bishop's father. For more than half a century Bishop Lint had charge of the congregation of tlie Church of the Brethren here, relinquishing active supervision of jthe work only on account of having! t lost his eyesight several years ago i DV four waters, as follows: Mrs. from cataract. He had be-n confined [ Allna Berkley, Johnstown; Mrs. ^fair to his Ited only a few months prior to! E - * mi zr Indiana; Mrs. Hl'za Miller Ms death. j an * ^ r s- LydJa K. Sliumaker Meyers- Beside his widow, who was -Miss | da ' e - _. "arharine Fiickinger, he is survived] Try our classified advertisements. PRITTSTO'WX June 21.--Mrs. John ! Laughrey and daughter Catharine uf L'niouio\vn; Mrs. Harry MiHor, dau£li- I tor Goldie arid .son. W i l l i a m .Miller and ' AVilliam Sheets, ot Donegal, were the · guests Sunday of their relatives, Mr. i and Mrs. D. \V. Bitner. ! Thomas Rinavd uf Jtiddlesburg, was ! hers a few days visiting ilr, aud Mrs. j Thomas Aiardis, I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ridcnour,; I daughter L/eota and son Fred spent j fSuijilay at Juniaui wiUt Mr. and Mrs. 1 .. 1'rt-d Campbell. They spent a f e w ; hours in Connollsville with f r i e n d s on ; 1 thoir way homo. · Mr. and Mrs. Mario:: Berg and son j · R a y were here a few Uours Minrtay j , with friends. j i Mr. and Mrs. A l b e r t Erotlicn; and : J family speut Sunday in ConneHsvi)!" ! witli fritj::rts. I Bcrnici 1 Truxal spent several d a y s ' last week near PennavJlie with .Mr..;. and Mrs. Marion JJcvs. j Mr.'and Mrs. Knink Ucrg of G-lwj-- wood, and Mr. a:id Mrs. Lee Borg of i Mount Pleasant, visited Mr. and Mrs. j j Joseph Ccrg over Sumluy. : i Gladys Kit bey of Penns villa, w a s ; i'u \Veiltiesday wiiti bur grandfather, j froy Kelly. Bumstead's Worm Syrup A. safe and onre K«medr for "Worma. Stood tho teat for SO yea vs. IT WETSB v* TT.K TO cliililreu it is an EUWOL of mflTcy. PT.EA3AJIT TO TAKE. NO bottl« haa 'killsd 133"-wornia. All cU-ag-- . glKta auxl dealers, or by tutUI--35a a bat j Sst- C. A. VOOlIHiSJES, :il. D., 2?Mliu, Pa. : In tho season's collection of pretty things lor tho finpper and for younger giris, there appear many plain little dresses made of taffeta, pongee and other wash silks that arc practical for Tittle Indies. The "#.ngliani taffetas" | tlmt were presented early in the spring were especially welcome tor children's dresses and led up to the use of other sillts. Pongee turns out to be as pood a choice as can he mndo for the smaller girls ·who may have this and glnghjim taffetas to add something- splendid to their po/ispsslons, while iho flnpper rejoices In plain tflffotn, finished off with n little simple c:alroilery, and ging- liam taffotas m:uio up to suit her youthfulneps, with net or organdie. The pongees and ginglit-.m taffotiis for the smaller girts are designed aimut UH their cotton or Ilnon rircasscs are. Very n:irroM* filet edgings or cluny edcrlngs provide a pretty finish for them and simple DOC'llcwoi-k in fancy stitches is used ns it is ou cottons. The dress In the illustration is an example Jn -which needlework on pongee reveals ] how childish and tasteful this kind of i decora(i«n i.s. The model is very plain j wirh it pitne! sot in at the front under ; plaits at each side. Across the panel · at the neck, there Is LI narrow hand of the pongre outlined at its edge with feather stitching or any narrow fancy stitch. A v,-ii!or band, finished in the I same way, tnkes tiio place of a hult, i crossing tho punt;! at tl\e waistline. There are Threc'-([unrter length sleeves wide at the bottom, nml turned-back criff.s. Tho most 3ntcn!sling detail in the design appears in -square pieces of pnngofi, cut with short t;ibs at tho top, that are set on, nt tho waistline on each side. A button, covered with ' pongee, find ornamented with stitches, ! is sewed to each tub. On these pieces j the small gntfitircd pockols find posi- Hf:r. und tlio e/Tect Js that of a short jacket with pockets nt the sides. 2 ff?* 1 ?? jrnr 3 !^ ? Q'U ^ =5 ^'*^ ^fEElMEl 11 /' · Community 3£a,ss 5IceiJni;. ' Former Governor Hanly of Jntlianfl wilj deliver an address at the Presbyterian church at Vanderbilt at 10.30 A. M. Sunday morning. Patronize those who advertise. *'CAP" STUBBS to mobilize the financial resources of the natioi) by depositing every s u r p l u s (JoMar in bank. There is uo better £roo£ ot" patri- oiic economy anct t h r i f t thau a growing Savings Account. This b'.rong bank i^ayrf liberal in- tert,'3t on Savings. $i starts you. Hi III 129 iV. Crnwforcl AYC\, CouiicIIsviile. ·"Flic Bar.U l!i»t I)IP= 'riiinfrs for You" Cbeckini; Accounts Invitwl. "The Beg Store Mear The Bridge." loi-15S West Crawford Avcjiue.Sueccssors Leonard Furniture Co. ·§·! Every day we receive notices from manufacturers of advances in prices--these advances are bis and will naturally make a decided difference in dealers prices. While our present stocks last we will maintain the same big values that has jumped the Big Store Near ithe Bridge into such irrtmediate popularity. Therefore it is to your interest to buy now while these stocks last. Loom and Connellsville's most up-to-date showing c? matched Period Suites for every room will be found at the Zimmerman-Wild store. These Suites ars authentic reproductions, refined by a touch here and there of the modern craftsman. All finishes are represented. i me Brides Will Save a New Period Furniture iere on Vt'e Are KxHiisJvc ConccH'sTillc Asrcut.s For STRADIVARA PHONOGRAPHS IIO^E JJEECF v ~ T - * ' ' ' WHO ADVERTISE IN THIS PAPES. TO !r Piijii£ The arr.iy of our .!|» ...... Country elands shoal- gfe |i': tier to, shoul:!cr with ^ 4 iiij armies of our Al- jS^ lies--tinis foniiing a 8JI ban-icr of steel \o the Let j e t jj| Prussian fury. e:ch of us. even at jj liiinio stand shoulder p ilf to shoulder in the do- f. fense of a just cause-- V a'ul render f u l l sup- T2I 7 CUP. CLASSIFIED ADLETS. THE LAST DAY OF SCHOOi By EDWtSJ P" ^/^^L CHEV: ^^WA^-^ ^^w^Mm K._I-V/ . i V a s ^ ··-* i -i

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