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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, June 26, 1918
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"WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 1918. THE OA.ILY COTTRHER. CONNELLSV1U ,E, PA. PAGE FIV. EXCELLENT PROGRAM ARRANGED FOR FOURTH I AT GRAHAM'S GROVE Sports Bill Alone Will Be Worth Frtee of Ticket, Assures Antonio lluf»no, Who Is in Charge. An excellent sporting bill has been arranged for the corn roast and picnic to be held at Graham's G-rove on the SELECTIVES REPORT, READY TO LEAVE FOR CAMP LEE TONIGHT: Men Are Supplied TYith Comfort Kits and Lonclies hy K«d Cross Can- I teen I'omniittee. i Draftees from Districts .Nos. 2 and; 5 reported at thc armory this morn-| Fourth or July for the benotH of the f l a g for roll call at 10 o'clock. Every j Tlaas are well under way tor tne i ^ Ked Cross . The p j CKic is being held ; man from District No. 2 reported and war da;!cc to,bo given Friday night "TM° n °£° ,,' , , vvans c' i ** a " «" fraternal organizations of ; BO will be sent to Camp Lee tonight. at Sbady Grove park by Mrs. H. P. I',TMTM,, .,,._,,.' [this city, and tbe entire proceeds will District No. 5 will send 37 men. Ths| special' Snyder and .Miss Katharine Frisbee for tte bccet of the Red Cross. Downs' Shoe Store is now ready to ; Rive their trade anything they want Many tickets have been disposed of i and indications point towards a very' . ,, ,, . , . successful dance, tot the accommo- "a"}' "ell stocked dation ot the fencers a special street; 1 " P at TM. SW an car will leava here at 7.30 o'clock, i als ° pump5 !a f" loavins on the return trip at 11.551 Burgess and o'clock. Music will be furnished by , a l e r ° were ladies' oxfords Havana b TM wn; ' " f r f , °dward ot ° £ Mrs ' Harry draftees will leave here on go to the Red Cross. Antonio Bufaho, in charge of the sports, has arranged a bill that will be worth the price of ticket without the corn roast and other attractions. 1 canteen committee took csjre of thel Uoxing and wrestling matches will be lunchos. The men will b*!t escorted ! train at 9:15 o'clock. j The men were ali supplied ·with com-, fort outfits by the Red Cross ajid the: held, and a battle royal will be staged between six or seven husky negroes. . , Kiterle'r orchestra, and a prop-am of j F °5 d of Greenwood Sunday. delightful dance music is promised by Go to tb £.,, You f h Hour ' c Restaurant 1 the popular musician, who will provide an orchestra of mauy pieces.' The tickets sell at $1 each, and every j Vurcbau? "will help to provide some; comfort for tiie soldiers in training | camps or overseas. Tne dance prorn- j Jses to be one of tbe most delightful j social functions given, ai the park, for I some time. : The Daughters ot America will meet tomorrow night in Odd Fellows' j temple. South Pittsburg street. i Mr. aud Mrs. Leon Kinsbuisky will give a t o'clock dinner tils evening at their h/nne in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Harris. Mr. Harris, who is a brother-in-law of Mr. Kinsbursky, ·will leave Friday for a training camp. Mrs. H. \V. Stump will entertain tie knnitini; unit o£ the Woman's Benefit association of the Maccabees tomorrow night at her home, 502 Snyder street. Installation of officers will take place at tbe regular meeting of Edna Hebekah lodge to be held tonight in Odd Felloes' hall. The P. O. M. cla?s of zhe Merhodist Protes-aiit church -will meet Friday * night i;i the cb-urch. Thc regular rjpe'.ing of the Ladies' Circle, No. 100, to the' Grand Army ol thc Ki public, will be held tomorrow Cor your Thursday supper. Chicken and waffles. Mrs. C. J. Armstrong.-- Adv.--wed-thurs-tf. : Mrs. John J. Penrod of Pittsburg, is spending a few weeks here. There are thousands of men all · over the soke region wearing clothes made here! Why not ybu? Dave Cohen, Tailor.--Adv. Michael McPartland. and daughter. Miss Catherine, Mr. and Mrs. Edward May and two children of Union town motored here Monday night and were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. James O'Connor and family of East Craw- i ford avenue. , Have you bought your low shoes ' yet? You are now approaching three ; of the hottest months of the year, July, August and September. Why ; not buy them now before the Fourth of July? Downs' Shoe Store has everything. Glance in their windows '.--Adv.-22. : .Miss Katharine Prisbee arrived home this afternoon after visiting her nephew, John Rankin, of the 143rd Field Artillery, who is awaiting orders to leave for duty overseas. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Hamilton and Mr. and Mrs. S. B. HaHmilton .and family of Layton, motored here Sun- from tbe armory :o the sUtfion by the j West Side rind South ConneJlavillg firei d the CfliineLlsville Frankie Dailey of Latrobe. will departments meet a Pittsburg boxer. £*x effort is [ Military Band, being mad-e to secure Eeldit, Wimler j In addition to local men. Board No. for the bout. A bout will also bo put i 2 is sending f o u r Crom other districts. on between. Terrill Duncan, a negro j Joseph S. Bork, of Milwaukee, had bis from Uniontowc, and a loc al colored boxer. Two midgets, 65 pound champions, will also appear. The sporting program wlU be staged between 3 and 4 o'clock ia tbc afternoon. Tickets for the picnic are on sale in tlie city, and tickets sold for the Decoraiion Day entertainment, will also be honored. Other committees are also finishing up the arrangements 'or the roast and the different attractions. It is expected that a record crowd will attend the affair. papers transferred to the board here! an! will Jcave tonight. He has been' employed in this city as ad man for · Aaron's store, | Nicholas Sklavunos of Elizabeth j City. Ta.; John Assas of I'^ansing, i Mich.; and Hraabog Milckian of D e - j troit, Midi., were also sent to Camp! by Board No. 2. ESTATES APPRAISED Reports Filed in Those of Georgu IV. McCartney nnd Jcwoph Jlcrvis. Th« appraisement in the estates ot George .McCartney, deceased, and Joseph Morris, deceased, botlh o£ Connellsville. were filed in Uniontown yesterday. The appraisers of llie McCartney estate, J. Vance Graft and J. H. Henderson, returned a value of ?6,239, largely represented In stocks; 184 day and were guests ot Mr. and Mrs. i shares of A issue of the Tri-Sia;e Tel"W. B. Carson and Mr. and Mrs. C. B. j ephtme company were varaed at ?y2, JTviile 150 C issue shares of the same Wells-Mills Motor ! 3loc !t were valued at 575. One hun- Carson. Gasoline, 26c. afterui'on in Odd Fellojrs 1 hall. meinbt rs are invited. All ; Car Company.--Ad'/.--26--H. Mrs. Anna jr. Neff has moved into an apartment at No. 501 South Arch street. dred shares of --he capital stock of the Crave Creek Coal company were quoted at $6.000. In the estate of Joseph Mervis, the Miss Mary Harmount of Chillicothe. j appraisers returned a value of $2.- j 0., is Uie truest of Miss Mary Weide-: 333.43. Fourteen bead of horses and Lee-Ktta lodge of the Ladies' Aux- » Hiary to the B of R. T., will hold a ! lasket picnic at Ohiopvle on July i ° ' he wlndsor Plustmrs street e condition of Miss Elizabeth ..Fourth, in which all members are in- j Evans, who has been ill at her .home mules are quoted at 4285 and a lot of wagons, buggies and other vehicles are quoted at J235. Deposits in the j JOKf E.VCFFXA5 COULD vvrtrrK roLUXES SAYS INDIA* HEAD HOT. "I could write you volumes on experiences that are out of the ordinary." says a letter from Edward R. Sparks of Indian Head, who is in France, to his aunt, Mrs. George H. Adams of Snydertowu. "But of course the censor will not permit. But never | miud; some day I will stroll into your town, and after I am on the outside of one of those old time meals of yours I will Iry and interest yoxl for a while. Tbe array and this war have laugh! me quite a few lessons. Our regiment and division are no longer groea in the art of modern warfare. We have seen the Hun in about ali of his forms and tricks of dirty warfare, j and he has not got the best of us yei. I have been in the saddle all night for two nights straight and expect to be in tonight." Sparks is a son of srr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sparks. He is In Battery E. Seventh Field ArtiUry. He has been in service 17 months. He eni'isted at the outbreak ot the war with a brother, Howard, who is also in the Field Artillery and in France. First National Bank of ConueHsville j ·^ .o ^Jtr^w. Th^y win,ea«!'" "»»'» TM "" ^ ' ast «" I total 5=82.04. m d a policy in the Met- ttp 8»- Baltimore Ohio train eral W8c!ts - ls ver ' much improved, j ropolilan Life Insurance company is _ ' Miss Margaret O'Doncell and Miss! apnra ised at §1^27.40. Book accounts Ella Ryan of Everson and Miss O e r - j a r e valued at }150 and household ar- Miss Margaret Fagan will entertain *t cards tomorrow nigit at her home 'in Crawford avenue. West Side, in lonor of Miss Te*s Hopper of Pitts- ibtirg, and Mrs. Joseph Cavanaugh of Philadelphia. trude Evans of Scotdale- were Con- tides are declared a: 535S. The ap- nellsviile visitors last evening. } praisers were Cyrus lOchard an-d Hen- Mrs. H. C. McFarland and two chil-i r y Goldsmith dren of McKeesport are guests of the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Evans of Lincoln avenue. , ALL IS READY FOR WAR STAMP DRIVE TOMORROW Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Kobacker.. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Elfcut and family attended tbe wedding of M i f s Rosa- ! line ICobacker, daughter of Mr. and ' Mrs. H. Kobacker of Mount Pltasant. i «nd JIarry M. Aronson, son of Mr. j and Mrs. S. Aronson o: Pittsburs. ] chna in western Pennsylvania solemnized last evening in,the Hltten- · accol . u n g ly desires, not only ,7ouse. Piltsburg. The wedding was. Continued from Pare One. WANTS TO GET A HUN Albert G. HaEson Can't M'alt Till He Gets Over There. Anxious to get a crack at the Ger- WRITES FROM FttASCE. Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Kautfman received a letter from their son, a member of Company D, 110th Regiment He writes that he is well and happy and getting the most out of army ?3.50 Grass Rugs, size 3Cx72, green and blue border, special $2.48 Room size f)x!2 Matting Rugs--a good selection o~ patterns to choose from. values, while they last S2.50 Misses' Ciinvas Baby Doll Fumpp, sizes 11 to -, special $1.39 Tile Women's, Misses' and Children's Tennis Oxfords in black and ·.vbite, all sizes. 94c About 12 dozen Men's Dress Shirts In all the now Summer colorings and styles. A wonderful assortment to select from--while they last at '. . . 94c .Men's $1.00 I?ninn Suits Sbort or long sleeves, balbriggan, all sixes to -M. special, 89c. HOTS' $1.50 Pu.ianms Of striped madras, pink or blue trimmings with silk frogs, 4 to 10 years. 89c $1.19 Hoys* ,"0c and (*»e Blouses ~ Of neat stripes and plain colors, G to 14 years, special 43c. Boys' SI .00 Knee Pants Of dark mixwi materials, 7 to 36 years, at 75c a pair. 43c 76c MILLINERY The Hats of the Hour Here in all the stunning new shapes, white, pink, sand, navy and other wanted colors, values to $6.50 Up to $5.00 Hats Up to $10.00 Hats $3.95 S2.95 WASH SKIRTS Women's Wash Skirts Of Gabardines, Linenes, Cords aud P. K.'s with pretty pockets, belts dnd button iriturned .·_ Women's Wash Skirts, summer materials Tib© JOSEPH J. NKEWONGEK. Joseph J. Nicewongor, SO years old, well known resident of Bullfikin uwu- sliip, died last evening a; 7.-J5 o'clock in*, pledges shall be returned, b u t ; ·very quiet, only the members of tne; t h a t the name o£ everv person rotus . ' .two families attending. The bride fr ^popular among her many friends a t ' p,, rte ij to mans Albert G. Maison of Vanderbilt. placed by Local Board No. 5 in Class . '·' ; '» e """£ a n d ; - l A , has waived all exemption claims ! ,, , ,, ,, - , ,, t h ,,,.and leaves tonight with the draftee* j Mb HI .t.o for Camp Lee, Va. Maison has a wife ; . l a n d baby in Vanderbilt but tbe c a l l . , Letters received by Rev. H. W. Mll- shall dqua to !ierTlce to ° slron « f " r h i m to The 6 govern- ! reslst - " : want w S Pl ° Ter there and I W LMomr. Pleasant and is well known , ^^{i d!7cover by this means -who! sec how m a n y Sp1ked hdmets I can ! here. She is a sister of Alfred J ! its enemies are. i hit." he said today, "and I'm leaving i son ' ! tonight ·· arrival in France, the former witi ' ' the ' ^o 320th Regiment, tbe latter with ·Kobarker. The bridegroom, who is a brother ot Mrs. Alfred J. Kobacker, | ^e^^d ihltThr^edge is meant! MaiBon'has seen service .Is on« of Fit.sburg s most prominen: . , ude n onl sta to be . | United States army, having served _ 5abmaxines attorneys. I chased in the future, but those which three -TM ars enl.staeot e,ght years .^° pl ^ b TM^°J; ! have already been bought. This is : aE °' life anfl gets the best of food, and no al hia home a , Croi , 5 Hoads Hc ha( , one at home need worry about tbe . bcen ,,, for scveral wooks _ %L ._ _ N .J CC . ; treatment they receive "Over Tbere. ; voager hsji resldcd , n ^ comma ,jjt.v : i for 45 years. He is survived by hi* ; widow, Sarai Anne Nicowonger, and ! tiie following children: .t!rs. Dora i Trader. Coa-lbrook; WiHiam B. .N"i:e-; woogcr, Dawson; -Mrs. .Rachel Cowan,' East Scottdale; Charhs Nici'wougor.: Cross Roadcs; Mrs. Viola Prinkoy, : Connellsville; Mrs. Lillian Jonus. j Dickerson Run, and Mrs. Anna Kale j Brothers, Wooddalf. He leaves also | two sisters: .Mrs. Anna Kemp, Ruffs-! dale, and Mrs. Pana Pierce. SUUT- ville; and 35 grandchildren and 13, great grandchildren. The funeral w i l l be Friday at 2 o'clock at the Pcmis- villo Baptist church. Interment w i l l . be in iho Pennsv:lle Bantist ceme- j tery. IS SAFE OVKRSKA8 Grinm, attached to Battery F, Field Artillery. American Ex' Forces, irrites to his par- Mr, and Mrs. Clark Grtarn of iring No. 1 that he is in Franco. LETTERS INDICATE. * ScoUdale, Jrotn his son. John Mr - Rione ^ « f . f.-orc their son, S. Leslie M. RicLcy, teal of Lheir The marriage ot Miss Nelle Bea- tric6 Younkin daughter of .Mrs. ''^ent'to"know'th7 total' amounVof i necessary in order to enable the gov- Frank Younkin of tlie \Vest Side, formerly o' Pennsville, and Edward « Gregg ^\"iley of California. Pa., will te solemnized this evening at ·: o'clock in the home of the bride's sister. Mrs. Dick Sherrick in South liar Habj- Born. the 319th. Milieu tells of having seen Richoy mentions n way ov-?r, indicating tha-t U-boats were encountered. Both are wall. War Savings Stamps which will b e ' cordingly determine the amount the next Liberty Loan. "Subscribers to the Persking Limit! Mrs. uarager _ , ,,, _., Club for one thousand dollars worth I Mary Brindlinge Seventh street, TVest Side. Rev. T V U - . o f stamps wiu includc tbose alreadyh n this cit ^ Tb bur Nelson, pastor of ihc First Bap- ' parchased . j, or ^stance, if one has, Mount Pleasant, tlst church, ^-'ili officiate. Owing t o ; the recent death of the bride's father, only the members of the two The first war baby in Broad Ford j TR\XSFPRRFn- « K.^ K.^ nt rhn ^^ «r ... ,,-- t i Bl.«Lh 1 KAAM ^^ v( , }| ^ m rivcd at Dawso, O f ; Mrs. Kdward Karager of that place. · The father is in the service in Franco. Charles Premus, who recently went [ to Ca:np Lee, has been transferred to j e father's home is in. While her husband friend, Frank Dorchock oC The rier. "We are getting some real driJl- ESLI CODER. Esli Coder, 69 years old, a forrcex well known residen-L of Lo-wer Tyrone towostup, died ."VfoiKiay evoaing at his j home in Cortland, O. The body ar- , this afternoon and j was removed by Funeral Director W. H. Parkhil! o: Dawaou. Lo the home u _ j Dawson, Funeral from the Bethel I church. Lower Tyrone .township, to- Big garney fellows up in Canada-fighting to the last against leaving the lake-linked so easy to reach-- romanfjc Canadian waterway which connects Georgian Bay and Lake Nipissiug. Perfect camp sites reached by canoe and portage aroond rapids-pore wilderness tbc background for good filshiog. Ask for ResortToorfio. K . 2L already purchased J200 worth desires j i s in the service Mrs. Harager is HH^ 1 ; 1 :. he'gavs" ^CTjiforn^'^and" "giins ? morrcw raornir 'S at 10 o'clock, wltlj join the Pershing Limit Club, h o . ! "S with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. ^^^ honri ^'1,^ " j iotcrmcat in the coniotery nearby. to families will attend. ivill sign the ordinary membership ! Joseph M. Brindlinger of Broad Ford. card, but will only be expected to purchase the remaining $800 between now and December 31. "All stamps previously sold in the Hurry CaTananirb. Harry Cavanaugh, 55 years old. died yesterday afternoon at his home in k .county will be counted on the county ; quota, and credit duly given." Thc Storey ,H Uniontown, following a lingering illness. Hc is survived by hsi wife and two step-daughters, Mrs. Joseph Jones of Mrs. Margaret A. Devenport entertained hist evening at her home at 313 Church place, in honor of Franic Jtickt Uoa. Xick#]?on. Frani Hous:on and Vv. E. Chorpenninj-. drafc^ej. anrl Mrs. Clark Buttermor-. ConneilsrlJle; Mrs. Charles StauAW, Mrs. Daniel Miller, Mrs. Grant Miller and Airs. Leahart, Pennsville, and Mrs. Caorpeun-ng. Mount PleasarU. Other guests were: Mrs. C. R. Graft., Miss Mollie Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph lihodes. Mr. and Mrs. William , , -- *-- --- - ··- rosb.-ink. Smith .Huuermore, R. W. · capes and SIorts apparel; also feat-i filed yesterday in Uniontown for tli have been issued. ANOTHER LKTTKK COMKS ' ' Announces special exhibit by C. 0. Ucrs of Uniontown. . Winlfre, W The funeral w i l l , ·Peacock Company, 366 Fifth ave-' be tomorrow from St. John's Catho- nuc. New-York, the new summer , lie church in Uniontown. fashions In voile, linen, organdy and; gingham dresses and the season's I Clnb Se'ks (,'hartor. smartest novelties in velvet coats,! An application for a charter was j AAHOJf C A FLAM PROMOTED A letter -written on May 27th has been received here from Will! Francis Dowling, who died on June -t, in France. Young Dowling makes no mention ob being ill, but speaks of wounded and was leaving the hospital to return to the trenches. He ivritcsj ! Deceased sp-aut most of hi^ life on a i farm in. Lower Tyrone towtisuin, ami ! was widely and favorably known in i that community. In the fall of 1910 Mr. Coder, with liis family, moved to I Ohio, residing there since. He married Miss Martha J. Galley, who with four sons. D. F., C Ohio county, anl oc ! Cumberland of T. H. and Lloyd Harry, of Bedford daughter, Mrs. Lou onora, survive. that the Frenchman said the American soldiers surely could figl't. | uring advance fall models in the much | St. Aloysius society, branch 129, Po- Hyat:.. Clark Buttermore and M i o . - . i -Chorpenning all of ConnelH- wanted 3a - l3n - serge - laftela and Ush R, C. UU'ion, Bvcrson. The soci-1 Caplan at Camp Lee that he has been ; vine. The home was decorated wiih! B»rg«ie ?******·_ suits and coats. - ; _ ' o f its members during sickness or] Third company of the First battalion Perfect Womanhood. j Perfect womanhood depends on per- ; foot health. Beauty and a good dis- ! TO COItPOllVI j position both vanish before pain a n d , Word has been received from Aaron | s«Eering. A great rr.Bnac* to a worn- j . the cags of the United States and the i Pnc£3 decidedly moderaij. at 17 1-2 Lunch was served. Mrs. Chor-' W e s £ A PP ie 5tre , et - Connellsnlle, on Allies. penutug, as the honor guest, wr.s i plact-d a: the table bneath a service '. flag bearing four stars,, she having! sent three sons to the front. Her la-si J boy, Walter, who leaves tonight for i Tuesday and Wednesday, June 25 and 2G.--Adv.-25-3t. Perryopolls Entertainment. Mrs, Howard Adams entertained at in life is tbe suffering i functional de- j rangemenL which won develops head- i ely is to be conducted tor the benefit 1 promoted to corporal. He is with tho . t h a t ctmes f r o m sl of its members during sickness o r l T h i r d company of the First battalion rangement which 5 death, and Uie.provision that no liquor! and speaks hi g 0 j y of t h e t re .-H,r,en( ol aches^backache, nervousness and the is to be sold is specifically set forth. I t hc men. The letter came to his sis-" "' | ter-in-la"", Mrs. Charles Caplan. j The Knights or Columbus baseball j FIRST LETTIiR COMKS FUOM team defeated the Trotter nine oa the - K. of t. Ttam IVins. Carcp Lee. was seated at her rigut. PRSONALS. Miss Mary Riley, a stenographer in . rieri out. A three-course lunch was Phll.idelphia, is spending a vacation ; served. Clematis were given as fa- with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John '. vors. Among out of town guests were i fancy-work and luncheon at her home [Trotter grounds last night by a. score ' j in Perrj-opolis yesterday afternoon. A i pink and white color scheme was car- Rile/. · Mrs. Cramer Echard, Mrs. Daniel Tbe best place to shop alter all. j Graham. Mrs. Jacob Ntwmyer, Mrs. J. Browuell Shoe Co.--Adv.' - B. Knees. Mrs. William Short, Mrs. Mrs. A. Mulac and daughter. Miss Carr and Mrs. R. C. Beerbower, all of Ann.i. of the West Side have return- Siar Junction, and Mrs. Ewing Galley PATRICK r. and ifrs. David Cunnir.pham of of S-7. The batteries for Trotter were : vine street have received their first blues." For such suffering, women ! find help in that famous old root and herb remedy, Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, which tor thrue generations has been restoring health to women of America.--Ad-v. Cougicnour and Mandrel], and for the ; ] cucr from their son. Sergeant Pat- local team White aud Srnlthkey. Resifrns I'osition. , Miss Lcttie Dull has resigned her position with the Tough Ice . Storage Company to accept a clerical position wllth Pennsylvania Railroad. Company in the V/est Side. I rick Cunningham, since ; somewhere in France oa Serpeanl Cunningham is enjoying »ood health, according to h;s letter. I THE BETTER YOU READ THE BETTER YOU CAN I ed h.on:e after a visit at the home of of Daivson. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Miterko, in Union- --- · ---- t° w »- Soldier Speaks at 3It Hraddnclc. Mrs. Harry Hamilton and son. El- Sergeant mrr Klahr. of McKeesport, have re-. Th "i rd Canadian !Bartalion"of the fl'rst · '° rorkills ln tbe m i n e s al Star J u n c ~ rrr-r-^- - -^r-rr^r-r^^-. : : ; expeditionary force to France, w i l i ; t i o n ^onday. A fall of slate caught i speak this evening at Mount Brad- " Irn - Hurt in 31 hies. __ C. "Vf. Riley of Perryopolis had a James Watso'n ~of ~tha ' I e s brok TM rlnfl a foot mashed while ADYASCT! PUICE BV»« ' dock. Sergeant "vv'atson has gone over. - ; thc top often, being wounded several times. Use one soothing, cooling application of -/IGR^VAPORUBS Comsniaitr Prayer Services. The comoiuuity- prayer services of the churches of Dawson will be held tonight in ihe Baptist church, with ·RevfJH. A. Baum leader. CASTORIA For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Vp(l in Cnmbprlnd. his arrival ; Charles Foreman of Frecpori and June 5.' Marie Cover of Somerset; John Lurie and Anna Ferris, both of Star Junction; Alexander Nino and Violet Henline, both of Masontown; Nicola La- pono and Bessie Hen lino, both of Masomown, wore granted licenses to wed in Cumberland. X A Always be; the Signature Try our classified advertisements. Perhaps yo« think y° H cannot can. Shucks! Read up mad tlie-a you can can. The reading is provided in a free book of instructions issued by the National War Garden Commu- ·ion- Waahinjrton. D. C. · ndorvod by ouch men B* Hon. L»IU M. Sh«w, I armor SecnUry · r Iht Tr*««nry and EJi-Oovor tor Rl'oh«rrf RvtUnd K«nn»y _ Qfluwstf mt pr*o*ttt M*for of tho j (Kvlfrad) th« ·' dcummvr boy SliNoh Wiio w*M BBrrjcant In th« U. S. Arm/ wb«« only 1 Z year* ol *pat ol«o United SUtton Judg* O. k W.AIklnianof llw Court of Cl.lm. * al Washington and olh.r.. A»k your rfcctor «r druiRUt about U The Robinson Folding gatli Tub ~ SKE OVH LOCAL .ICEKT Frank D'Auria Gil Torfc Art-line. P. 0. Box 450. COXXKLLSTIliE, FA. Agent in Fayeth 1 , Westmoreland and Greene Counties. The ROBINSON FOLDING BATH TUB has solved »Jic bathing problem lor those homes where modern bathing facilities are lacking. This Tub folds in a roll when not in use and can be ]aid away back of 'he door, under t h n bed, in (he garret, anjrv/here. Set up and ready for use in a jiffy . Every Tub is guaranteed for 10 years against any defect in manufacture. This means that the tub yon buy will give you teu years of satisfactory service. It will enable you to have all t h e convenience of a modern bath room in your home. A refreshing, exhilarating, invigorating, bath in any room in the ho\is, "whenever dcnired. Will stand water as hot as can the human body. This Tub will be on display in .Anderson pany's window on J u n o 28th, 2!)!h and 30!h. eh as c;. can leave orders at this storft. Prices--I31at-.k Tub, $11.00; White Tub, $10.00. For Sale by A. A. Clurke. I-oucks Hardware Corn- Any one dusiri::g to pur- rOR SALE TRY OUR CENT-A-WORD J. B. KURTZ, i V U T A R t P U B L I C 9 AND R E A L ESTATE. § No. it Sauta Meodcw l_*Bk 5 ConnallDvlll* Pa. R =00000000000ooGoccoocaoooo

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