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June 25, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

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··TB 25, 1918. THE DATI.T COURIER. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. £STELL HAPPENING E MILL TOWN ! CREPH BE CHDTE AND ; LAC£ LV COJCBDCATIOS. ' Thnrsday Evening Boys Leaving in Next Draft. .(AN DIES AT DAYTON T at 6«Mge H. Ciaanr i§ Bnwght MM f«r Bwfal; Xn. 3t»rr Tf«l- ten, 88 Too* OM, In Dt*A; Toug F«Iki Ttauc «t- the Ore Xix*. Special to Tbe Courier. , Jime 25.--On Thursday evening a supper will b« served at the T. M. C. A. for the boys who leave in the neii dralt call on Friday. Tire affair -will be in charge.of the Ladies' auxiliary. The following men have been namel to go: Ernest Wll- bert McCloy, Stanffer; Antiy Kostelnock. Mount Pleasant; Earl J. Baker, Scottdale; Rranlc Patoka, Tarr; George Paul Pteman, Scottdale; Ru«- sril Miller Weiioer, Scottdale; Clarence -William Boyer, Scottdale. and Sol Benoan, ScoUdale. SonetblB; t* Consider. A store that has shown its icar time resources by bringing down tire prices on wanted summer merchandise and at the same time never wavering j from its inflexible rnle--"Style, Qual- j ity and Price. Price without quality 1 and style is ertravagarrce." Why are we able to do it? Because of our uoderpriced buying methods, which save for the customer. Wo save again for the customer in our selling. We have.but small expense, ^re do not charge, we do not deliver purchases. You save by paring cash and carrying it home. Cxm-e in acd s»e for yourself. Beodtaer's, Broadway Ladies' Store, Scottdale, Pa. As you get off the car. --Adv. George H. Cramer. The body of George H. Cramer, who died at the Soldiers' Home, Dayton, O., on Friday, reached here Sunday morning and was taken to th« home of his daughter. Jlrs. -William Martz of Brownto-.vn. .Funeral services were held this afternoon at 1 o'clock atid Interment followed in the Mellingor- - town cemetery. Mrs. Mary Walters. The funeral services for Mrs. Mary Walters, aged S3 years, who died at her. Mulberry street home on Saturday, were h-eid from the home yesterday. Interment followed in th« Alverton cemetery. Mrs. Walters was ·uhe mother of A. S. VVaiters, employed at the Rhodes . Bradley store. Picnic at Ore Mines. Misses Maymo and Thelma Smelt- 'zer, Sara Inghiim, Beulah "Ritenour, Florence Rutherford, Mary Miller, Hazel Kelly and Lei Porter, P. Brown, Bernard Clark, Robert Hickey, Joseph Skergan, John, and Ed .Miller and Harry Ritenour, held a picnic at the ore mines yesterday, where a very enjoyable time was had. Eat Breakfast in Woods. Misses Helen Sislcy, Helen Strick- -ler, Ruth and Mary Hayes, Olive and 1 Edna Rhodes and Hulda Kelly. -Mae Gibson and Georgia Anna Wray took their breakfast and hiked to Mawk's hollow. Despite the [act that it was cold the girls had a very enjoyable time. They built a large fire and ate : breakfast and then hiked home to take up th«ir work for the day. Tor Sale. · Sii room house and six extra lots; 10 minutes' walk from ScoUdale borough, for }2,SOO. Six room house, slate roof, in A-l condition; 1-2 acre lot, for J1.800. Adv.-25-27-29. E. F. DEW1TT. Personal. .Miss Alice Calvert spent Sunday in Pitlsburg. Clyde D. Kreager of Brownsville, E peat the week-end here. frank Walker, employed at the pipe mill here, was in Pittsburg yesterday -.nd enlisted in the Naval Reserves. Mr. and Mrs. 71. A. Nedrow and family have returned .to Pitcairn aftor lisitinj friends here. El J*. DeWitt has sold the J. I. Jar- retl property on Loucks avenue to B. C. :3oyd. ..Visa Lillian Xepner spent Sunday at Bedford Springs. Two of Scottdale's army and navy boys are home. They are Charles Ray Kepner of '-he 368th Squadron, Langley Field, Hampton. Va., and Joseph Catferty ot the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Mrs. Frank Tropf and family are rpending a week at Star Junction. Mrs. G. R. Alban and daughter left yesterday to spend a week with Bal- I timorc, Md., friends. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Loucks and .Mrs. Ida Kepner motored to Brownsville yesterday. A REMARKABLE NEW PAIN KILLER W«m4crfal SOtfc Century Liniment St*p*i Rheumatic and All Other PaiM Surely and Speedily. Those snarp. agonizing: twinges are almost instantly relieved by the remarkable new ' pain 'killer and r h e u - matic remedy, 20th Cenetury Liniment. Just rub it on--that's a l l . Acts like magic. No hot water · hath needed. You simply apply it, direct from the bottle. Its positive, quick action in all cases of Rheumatism, Lumbago. N e u r a l g i a . Backache, etc.. .prove 20th C e n t u r y Liiniment to be the sworn e n e m y of all pain. It's t h e finest preparation in the world for soothing 1 sprains and bruises. Try It. J u s t the thing: for your tired, aching, burning: feet. Taken I out all soreness and pain, leaving t h e m fresh, cool and comfortable. Take a bottle home t o n i g h t and enjoy genuine foot comfort. There's no I need to nurse pain when you can get I quick relief at the nearest drug store. i The Connellsville D r u g Co.--Adv. Meyersdaie. Crepe de chine and l*ce as a combination cannot be beaten, and this · frock is ample verification of the tacLJ The frock began as a straight slip of flesb-color crepe de chrae. Then ruffles of filet lace contributed the part veiling as a sort of turac. Tfre sleeve* are edged with lace and the draping is wide at Che sides, but flat in. Lhe front and' the back. Mrs. Chris Martz · and . Mrs. Hal Medsgar spent Sunday,with the latter's sister, Mrs. M. · I. Barclay ia Mount Pleasant. Miss Jessie Reid is visiting her sister,. Miss Nelle Reid, in "Washington, D. C - · · Mrs. J. N. · Waugaman is spending a tew weeks visiting "her parents at Lancaster, Fa. Try our classified advertisements. JACOB J. SWANK PRAISES TANLAC Retired Johnstown Business Jl»n Feels It a Duty to 3l«ke Facts KnoiVn. Jacob J.. Swank, a retired business man, of 625 Napoleon St., .fohnstown, Pa., said recently: "I believe I had used almost everything imaginable before I took Tan- lac. At night, when I slept, which was poorly, I evidently swallowed accumulations of mucous, as I invariably awakened in the morning choked and nauseauled. That is the way I judge that my stomioh became affected. "My hearing became impaired and the itching in my ears became almost unbearable, and there were roaring nois«s also. I had a most unpleasant taste in my mouth and scarcely any appetite. "I began to improve rapidly under the Tanlac treatment. My whole system is now right, the accumulations in my nose and throat have disappeared, my hearing has improved, I eat better, my sleep is restful and I feel better every way. I now consider myself physically able to throw off any other symptoms. I ara a veil man." Tanlac, the Master Medicine, is cow. sold here by the ConnellsviHe JDnig Co. Tanlac can also be secured in Dim- bar at D. C. Eason's Drug fitore.-- Adv. MEYERSDALE, June 24.--Corpara! A. Shoemaker, · who spent a 10-day furlough-here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. "i\~. A. Shoemaker, left .Monday (or Camp Hancock, Augusta, Ga., where h« has been (or some time. | Mr. and Mrs. J. Milton Black and j daughter, Mi»s Mary, have been ir.! New York for the past few days | where they went to bid farewell to son and brother. Lieutenant George Black, who is about to sail (or over there. .Miss Kathryn Keidle spent Sunday in Cumberlaad visiting Miss Clara Stacer, who is a pat'.ent in tha Allegany -hospital at that place. Miss Julia Sharrlt is visiting her sister. Mrs. E sbert Chritcbfield In Rockwood. Rer.- Alexander Steele, pastor o( the Methodist Episcopal church, has returned from New York where he bad been to see his brother before he left for France. Dr. - Bruce Lichty visited Mrs.. Lichty In the Allegany hospital in \ Cumberland Sunday. j Mr. and Mrs. Philip G. Reich, three.; children and Mrs. Reich's sisters, I Misses Sara and Mary Beachy. the j latter of West Salisbury, have returned from an_ automobile trip I through Maryland and Virginia. · They visited Camp T^ee and report I all the Meyersdaie boys there looking I fine and all happy. i Miss Elizr.rvth Tressler is home! In the ,. ^PHl? Center of * D * 1 Pittsburgh's ' Shopping District ·THE STORE AHEAD" 61*9 5fejitFp5BSn!AJ3SSq PITTSBURGH, PA. Order by Mail Buy War Savings Stamps /" and " ? Thrift Stamps " "'/ One glance at the illustrations--sketched directty from the garments--is-sufficient to impress anyone with the beauty and desirability of the styles--also the importance of buying liberally at these low prices! If you cannot come to Pittsburgh, order by "phone or mail -- being sure to give style number and size. Prompt and careful attention will be given your order. WE PREPAY POSTAGE. from Cumberland where she had been visiting friends. Dawson. DAWSON, June 25.--Thomas McIntyre, who has been home on a few days' furlough, returned to Washington Sunday evening. On account of the rain last Saturday evening the lawn social which wai to have been held at St. James Park was postponed until June 28. All are invited to attend.--Adv.--26-lt Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gaal, NortU Dawson, and Miss Francis Barrett, spent Sunday with friends in Mount Braddock. Mrs. James Meehan Is visiting his pare*ts in Indiana county. William Brothers, Baltimore Ohio station agent, has returned from a week's visit with his mother at i Rochester. \ Farmers report a frost in the country on Monday morning. The thermometer in town fell to 39 degrees. Mr. and Mrs. George Levengood of j East Liberty were the guests pf friends in Connellsville Sunday. Mrs. E. McGIll is visiting her borther, Nelson Newmyer, at Duquesne. WERIALSRECHVED Dawson Bed Cross Women Regume Making Articles for Soldiers. Material · has been received by the surgical supply department of the Dawson Red Cross. A meeting of workers will be held this afternoon. There will be another this evening and on Friday evening at the Red Cross headquarters. During the absence of Mrs. Martin Hecklinger. Mrs. H. J. Bell has charge of the department of knitting. She urges that all knitted goods be turned in as q.aickly: as possible. as more of the boys are soon .to leave for training camps and there is not enough articles to supply them. The names of Harry J. Crawford and Daniel A. Ansell hsTe been added to Dan-son's honor roll. - Perryopolis. N o 7 2 S S m a r t V o l i = "~ "* B ) o u « c -- hero- Rtitched collar Rod front: hand embroidered; -j QO slz«s 34 to 45 l.ITO Na JUkft V o i l e blouse -- "·' 5W t r i m m e d with round ineah val lace and bond embroidered -i QQ dots; siaea 36 to 4 6 . . *·*"·' Voile Blouse with trimmed w t t h Volac anJ Vai Icce; sfzca 34 to of H a n d Embroid- ereu Voile Blonie --with hem? lilched collar. 1 1. Kn 75? C h i c Blouse DO. £33 irbite v o j l c ; .^r. pltee f r i l l effect, trimmed s w i t h Venlse an.-l Val i QQ ; cults and f r o n t ; -i QQ lace: size 36 to 44... i '' yo . ;-.ize» 34 to 50 .i.JO White Gabardine S k i r t ; d r o p pockets and fine pearl buttons. Waistband 25 to3« wide belt and side pocket*. WaiMband 25 to 3.98 No 'SIO White Gabardine; "·· 31U pockirta trimmed with large peart buttons. No 240 Gabardine S k i r t «^«w f o r gtoul W omen: Bide Dockets, shirred front. Waistbandi 30 to 37. o QO AT - J.3JO No 640 Gabardine S k i r t no. MU for stout womM1 . ineet pockets with reverse points. ^Taiatbands o *M» During the Historical "Reconstruction" Days of Fifty Years Ago the troublous times of that period marked the beginning' of this great institution--started in a small way with the city and country--in its entire history there has been but one idea uppermost, "Service"--Service of our. ability has been one of the outstanding reasons for the phenomenal success of the Rosenbaurn Co. it has grown to the limit A Trip to Pittsburgh is Never Complete Without a Visit to Rosenbanm's PEHRYOPOLIS, June 24.--Abra- j ham Layton was a business caller in I Connellsville Saturday. j Prof. Lawrence Fife transacted ', business in Smithfleld Friday. i Mrs. M. E. Hlxenbaugh was a Pitto- i burg caller Friday. j Mr. and Mrs. John Armstrong were j Connellsville shoppers Thursday. Patronize those who advertise. OVER THE TOP AND THEN SOME i i "I never felt better in my life than J since 'taking the first dose of Mayr's : Wonderful Remedy. I had a bad cose \ot indigestion and bloating and tried · all' kinds of medicine. .Mayr's "Won! derful Remedy is all and more tb-au i is -claimed for H. On my recommen- | datian our postraaBtfer's wife is using : It with good results. It is a simple j harmless preparation that removes i the caU.rrhal mucus from the intcs- . tinal .tract and allays the inflammation which caoses practically all stora- ; ach, liver arid Intestinal ailments, tn- ) eluding appendicitis. One dose will ; convince or money refunded.--A, A. : Clarke and druggists everywhere.-Adv. The- COAST LlftE to All Tb« detijhn of your Tacadon beife the moment you board 3 D. A C. COM Line Steamer for beautiful Mftcfciaac UUnd-- for half of the dentfhti are ia tW Lake voyaje. Railroad ticketa are honored oo all D. 4 C. Line alcamera -without uua. charge. Tbe D. G. Inaitnla fimirea the beat in appototineata, cuisine a»d punatakmi- aerriee.- Safely and health proriaioita arc ill that could be deaired* All ·teamen are equipped with lateat wireleaa aetrioe. waler la tlenlued by ultra violet ray proceM. Two aplendid vcaaela-City of Madrirac II aid Cay of Afoeai H-operate four timea a week .to Mnkinac I.land From Toledo Montlaya and Saturday. 8.30 A. M..Tueida r a and Thnradiya 6:00 P. M. Froin Detroit Mondaya and Saturdaya 5:00 P. M , Wednea- daya and Fridaya 8:30 A. M Send 3-cent atamp for IHnatraled cirnhletand Great Lakea map. Addreaa L. G. LKWIS, . - ,, C. P. A., »Thlrd Arcane, Detroit, Mich. 'J' -1 TO MACJUNAC ISLAND Prom Buffilo 111.00 Round trip 19.00 Fron Qevtbad S 9.M Round (ri» H.W From Toledo f 7.25 Round trip 13.00 £W Prow ^ Detroit Round trip »12.00 PATB.ONIZE HOME MERCHANTS WHO ADVEETISE IN THIS PAPER, «W«E--.._., CWESTSJOE) THE HOUSEKEEPER'S EXPENSE KECORI). , When the housekeeper pays her bills by check she has a record of the amount, to whom and for what paid. Women appreciate the safety, convenience and economy of payment by check on the Union National Bank. Your Checkin e Account is cordially invited. UXIOX 2fATI03TAX BAJfK, ConnellsviUe. A PHOPiECY TODAY MAY BE A REALITY TOMORROW Eveuis happen in rapid succession in times o£ war. Whatever the d'-ro tndit of "Uncle Sam" may be. such demanls should, must and will b;° net. See me--you'll find convincing reasons for baving your health Itiokel r.i'ter now and HERE, where charges are just and reasonable. 9.14 J'or Blood Poison, t f» Electro - Medical Methods Electricity and Medicines embraces [lie form of treatment for CHRONIC DISEASES that nre today use din all of the LEADING HOSPITALS and CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS throughout the world, and when any or all of those methods are practiced, as any case may indicate to be the proper scientific method of pro- :o!ure, most satisfactory results are cffect- nd :n rnosl instances without a single re. without any loss of time or a long and for reasonable outlay. I'eated that a few short ynars ago were iow long you have suffered or what has ;. well to investigate me and learn of methods I pursue in my scientific '.IE, Pittshurg Specialist, " iy Kaeli Week. Stop Hotel. ConnellSTiflf, Pa. PETET DiyK--If Pete 'Eve*- By C. A. FOIGHT SHE V kwo\us A O-BOAT'LC ) SlMK hlEie.-- I'LL 60 J \ OUT AFTtJR HER. y ^--~-- , -. -^ . . 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