"-PAGE TWO. THE DAILY COURIEU, CONNELLSVILXJE, PA. THURSDAY. JUNE 27, 1915s. Mrs. George HHmer will entertain tlie Busy Twelve club tomorrow night at her home in Eighth street. Greenwood. _.r_ ..... ' " _.r_ " ~~". . In readiness for the cream. festival to in Odd Fellows'. street, for the Â·^ DeKea't~ot-'th'Â»^-Y^ -M. C. A. overseas war-'fuaS-*B.d'-'tÂ£Â»-Susioe5s Women's Christian ' associaflonr" T5e '-. JigHVal, by the -latfer as. ^'aipSO' o'clock.' There, wHl be musicv^fortunc- telling and mmy -othef^temasgrncats. " The young women in charge nave. untiringly worked towards the success of the benefit, and judging by the num- .ber.ot tickets which na^e .alread." been disposed "ol a nice sum will be ~7_jnie marriage of_Miss _Mil5ren Newman, daughter of ifr. and Sirs. S. S. Newman of Pittsburg, and Harvey M. Aronson of Pittsburg, was solerttnized | mer's mother,'Mrs. Elizabeth Maust of the West Side. Go to the Yough House fiestaurant for your Thursday supper. Chicken | and wades. Mrs. C. J. Armstrong.-- i Adv.--wed-thurs-tf. i -Miss Marjorie Hood left this morn- | ing for Philadelphia to visit relatives. | Mrs. Frank Bailey of Ohiopyle is visiting" her mother, Mrs. A, J. Col- porn. ' ' " . - Â· V funeral Director A .A. CorrlsUn of Ohiopyle was in town yesterday. William C. Leader, Dunbar. i 45 -- Earl li. Vannest, Connellsvilte; Joseph Hmes. Dunbar. I 72 -- Geoigu J. Atkinson, .Mount j Pleasant, H. D. J; Albert Kemp, Con- I ncllsvillc, R. D. 3. | 135 -- Otto Strincr, Connellsvillo; ; Joseph Coako, Trotter. 212 -- Joseph Warnck, Broad Ford. 61 -- Louis J. Colo, South Connells| villo; William Provance, Dunbar. i 23-1 -- Victor E. Fcher, Connellsvillo. ! 1)1-- Steven M. Danko, Jr., Con-; nellsville; Earl M. Williams, Clover- | top. | sl Frank V. Pisula, Everson; p^rry B. Brown, Confluence. 344 -- Le s ii e Â£. junk, Dawson. 63 -- Clark M. Lessig, Connellsville; ^^e Purdo. Jr., Vanderbilt. 331 -- Edward L. Moore, Connellsville. 41 -- Walter L. Clabaugn, Connel!=vi'.le: Raymond J. Soisson. Ohlopyle. 84 -- Frank T. Walczak, Everson.; | Harry Shupe, California. Have your palm read at the straw- j 32-- Hobart SI. Patrick, ConnellÂ» berry and'ice cream festival tonight vi ji e . j eort ; e Qnusko, Connellsville in Odd" Fellows; temple..-- Adv.-- 27-lt. Miss Mercedes Brieck of McKces- motored to Uniontown last evening. She will also spend a few days will friends at Broad Ford. We will clean, press or repair that old suit of yours to look like new. Dave Cohen, Tailor. -- Adv. C6--Eugene M. Tippman, Connellsville; Harry B. TTorkman, Elilous- vilie. 16--"Albert Harris, Davidson; Richard Cramer, Champion. 203--William Worry, Connellsville 218--Frank Ruth, Owensdale. 191--Wil.iam McK. Carter, Con- ' Miss Marie Wagner of the West j ne ;i sv jji e . Side is apeding a few weeks at the j jj 3 -- wiiiiam Gariick, South Con- home of her grandparents, Mr. and | n e l l s v i l l c . i, ouis p| 0 H, Connellsville. | Mrs. J. H. Wagner in Altoona. resietSy' morning at 10.30 o'clock, in , Gasoline, 26c. Wells-Mills the home of the'trfde. Mr; and Mrs: j Car Company.--Adv.--26-4t. Alfred- J.-..K6SackeV of Isabella road, attended the . -wedding.' The bridegroom la-it-brother of Mrs. Kobacker and at Harry M.'Aronson, whose marriage to--Miss- llos,alinc Kobacker of Mount Pueasant, was Tuesday evening. an event of Â·Misses Florence and Mildred Wagner are visiting at the home of their Rev. and Mrs. C. L. JlcKee of Washington, Pa., have announced the en- I 147--William J. Hughes, Connells- Â· M o t o r ' 7 l l l e . narrj Â£ Skiles, Dunbar. 55--Roy A. Livingston, Dawson; George T. McCcrmick, Dunbar. 33--Hand Shank, Connellsville; Ralph B. Worthington, Dunbar. 56--Ear; S. Lint, Dawson; Oren B. Ritenour, Indian Head.. 102--G. Carr Sheetz. Connellsville: Thomas E. Keller, Dunbar. Â·18--Peter A. Komaada, Everson; Reuel White, White. Joseph few grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Holt in Cumberland for months. Don't forget to have jour fortune fold at the festival tonight in Odd Fellows' temple.--Adv.--27-lt. -Miss Eleanor Homer, daughter Mr. and Mrs. E. "W. Homer of Will's | 206--Leu Viller. Broad Fold. of gagemcnt of their daughter,.:Miss Ruth | road, left .this morning for Washing- J3--Jess Wriglit, Connellsville; McKee, to. Lieutenant W. B. McFall, KOU, D. C., to accept a position with n. lrr y i, smiley. Dunbar. Jr., of Pittsburgh now in France, Miss McKee is a graduate of Washington seminary and. attended Wilson college. She is" inown in and about Connellsville. Lieutenant McFall before entering national service practiced law in Pittsburg. Rev. and Mrs. James A. Liggett of the government. She was accompanied by Mrs. Eastman Hackney, who will visit relatives in Washington. 3--'William McK. Hart, Connells- illu; Hoyd Warne, Dunbar. 6-1--Andy Siwula, Owensdale, Mrs. H. L. Lenhart and daughter- | A r t h u r J..Vow house. Lcisennng N o . 3 in-law. Mrs. Roy Lenhart, left la?t, night for an embarkation camp to see the former's son and the latter's husband, xvho expects soon to leave for duty overseas. West Newton, 'hare announced the | Mrs. Louise Reynolds has returned marriage ortheir daughter, Miss Mary home from Wilkes-Barre where she Lucille Liggett, to Lieutenant James , was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Roy Van Kirk, sou of Mr. and Mrs.! S. I. Shortcss She visaed the Red J. S. Van Kirk of West Newton, sol- Cr Â°s s rooms at Wllkes-Birre and at cmnized Monday morning, with, the brHe's father officiating. Lieutenant Van Kirk was graduated from Washington and Jefferson college, and before his enlistment .yas a member of the Allegheny counts' bar. Alter July j 1, Lieutenant Van Kirk and bride wi!i be at home at 'Atlanta, Ga, The regular meeting of the Ladies' ~-S3Tsociety of theTirst Baptist church " will be held tomorrow evening at the home of M.rs. H. C. Humbert in West Fajrette Afreet. AH. members are in- Mnci. Interest is centered in the.war dance to be given tomorrow night at Shady Grove by Mrs. H. P. Snyder Williamsport. Joseph Reynolds and James Myers of Washington county, are guests o f ! Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Robson or Greenwood. Mrs. Hobson will accompany them home tomorrow. GIVE BRIDGE LUNCHEON Scottdale Brides at Elaborate and Miss Katharine Fnsbee for the benefit of the Red Cross. The dance is the first big social event to be given at the park this season and is expect. ed. to.attract many guests from Caa.- -nellsrille, Pittaburg. McKeesport, Un-| K ,,, a ros( , 8 _ ioatown. Scottdale. Dawson and other , Thc ho5tesscs wcre ass]sted Fnnction at Grecnsliorc. Special to Thc Co-rler. SCOTTDALE, June 27.--The Misses at a bridge the Greens- Kennedy entertained luncheon yesterday at burg Country elub in honor of Mrs. Mary Byrne Wuru and Mrs. Marguerite Kennedy Byrne, recent brides. Covers were laid for 40. The bcr t 'Â·Â· ^ wa - Bidirell. 1C8--William H. Briner, Scottdale; J A a a McK. Pike. West Lcisenring. j 133--Jacob E. Cogau, Dawson. j 5J7--John L. Waller, Everson; Byron II. Brooks, iVormaH-ille, Â· J93--Hobart G. Fisher, Councils- i i ville. ! 155--William R. Watson, Dawson; : John S. Rex, Dunbar, R. D. ! 216--William P. Phuntek, Coal; brook. j 2-10--Ja-ne 3 A. Shaw. Connellsville. 15S--Vincent J. Magleire. Scottdale; Clarence tl. Adams. Dunbar. 11'DcKj.yae Still. Connclisvllle, H. i D. '2; Lewis H. Eicher. Mill Run. I 6i'--Harry Craig 1 .Mount Pleasant,' R. D. -1; George Dumbaul'I, I:.dian I 21! -Lancelot A. Lint, Dawson. | 35--Clifton Breaklron. Connellsv.llc, R. D. -', Bryan J. Newmycr, Yaader- bilt. 113--Cyrus S. Crubaugh, Daw-son; Amzi Hardy, Dunbar. 62--William P. Tarr. Hunker; R, Roebuck, Dunbar. IS--Geirge Jakublak. Da;vfior.; Al- color scheme was pink and white with a touch of the patr.otic colors. The honor guests wore corsage bouquets of jiink sweetpeas and lilies of 143--C ayton S. Grimm, Councils- i ville, R D. 2; Prank Hart/.el',. Dunluir. 22?,--William J. Blough, Connelli- ville. i 200--J:mies W. Monosky, Connells- ; ville. 54--James J. Grarly, Coonellsville; Â·points.' A feature attraction will be U R _ Byrnc and Mrs M _, Kennedv Harry E Miller, Mfil Run. the'music by'Kiferle'5 orchestra. Al mo(hers ' of lh( , honor Â· . - -large number of tickets have been dis- | j olm Duggan Jr ol posed of and indications are that ai a i l ( j Mrs _ A _ Xca]on Qf pj ,t_ sb , irg] SI--Francis J. McCaslnn. Connc'.ls- , ville; Michael Depaolis, Vanderbilt. t 173--John H. B:sher, Connellsville; : large...sum, to be used for providing j sjstcrs . ' Gues ; s ' wei . c iT1 Jlt e'ndance'' Jot!n Pl " tm . DÂ«nbar. -cootforts-for the soldiers, will be-'realized. from. Plttsburg. Grccnsburg, Scott- 1 dale, Connellsville and Cniontown. ' The place cards were hand-painted ' service flags with stars for the bus- 1 nated two boxes of jellies, one- last bands 0[ . he bonor lS9-Â»arry Henrj-. Connellsville. 184-- rr,y R. Colbert. Dawson; N:^ ders. Vanderbilt. 88-- Steve Cup^hcck. Broad Ford; month and one tiis month, to the sol- p , f z e s 'Jes 5 o R Sparks, Normalville. i were won by Mrs. Wum, Mrs. Neal- ! aiers at the United- States hospital at , o n , j riss Dc lla" Lowe of Scottdale and . Maikletpn. The members wish, to Â· mÂ»-nif all those who so kjndiy triboted towards the donations. JIrs _ R _ j_ P] . ecd ^ Pittsbllr 188--William W. Hoover, Cornel!?- 192--Clyde T. Stewart, Connellf- Harry. Connellf- F. , Pore-Titos. 245--Watter .. . ~~ . i Miss Henrietta Pore of Smithton,, rille Officers for the ensumj: 511 months , and _ E1 , N T)tus ,,, Gr ,, onsboro , were | 224--Joseph C. Siesky. Â·Â· wereingta!lud by Mrs. Kate Noble of Fayette City, grand deputy, at regular meeting of Edna Rebekah lodge held- last avening- in Odd Fellows' halL .The omcers are: Noble grand, , MJss Alberta Schuyier; noble -vice, .sirs. _MTrtle HUspn; secretary, Miss Mary. Smith;, treasurer, Mrs. Elvira Means. Other officers will ;be ap- ..-- pointed at the next meeting. Following the Installation a social session Conncllf- married yesceroay afternoon at 5 [ o'clock in the parlor of the Uappe hotel, 'Greensburg. Rev. Daniel villn 114--Pred D. Shelkey, South Connellsville; William E Hardy. D u n Miller, pastor of the Memorial Luth- i eran church of Smithton, officiated. The bride is tie youngest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrj. George Pore and is well and favorably known in the community of Smithton. The '! bar. 39--Andrew vtlle; Joseph 3D--Louis George Garland, Dunbar. The remainder of the list will ap- Tolier, Varsil. DILIin. Jr , Cnnnella- Vanderbilt Connellsville; ceremonr was witnessed by Mr. and : P ear tomorrow. Mrs. David L. Pore, an uncle and served. S '"Â·Â·" A-meeting- of the I.- H. N. class; of ; ,,,tne Krst Methortist Episcopal Snn- Z ~ -day school will be held tomorrow .eve^ nrng at the Trams' of Mrs. E. L. SU11- ^U^TM ^.TKagon-in-East-FairrteAr -avenhe. A " ' laVge attendance is de-sired. * - .._:Â·'_ FE3ONALS. ,, ...^Mr^. BUen. Newcojner and daughter, GLrahajn, have returned 'aftei*" spending several days with the former's son and the latter's -- "bYdiEer: " ,, ---Mrs- John Smufz of the West Side is spending- the dar !n Pittsburg. all. ding trip to Philadelphia, Wash! ton, D. C., and Cape Jfas-, Mr. and , Mrs. Tims will be at home at the j country iome of the bridegroom, near j Greensboro. in g : ! ONEHDNDREPTWO Come and See TKe HOME of QUALITY end SERVICE t29to~i33.N PITTSBURG St.) CONNELLSVILJ.^. Connellsville's Greatest Store The Greatest Event Featured This Season EVALUES! Why there isn't a manufacturer in the country v/ho could or would duplicate these garment's at the price you can buy them for in this Sensational Sale. Yes--you'll find Suits, Coats and Dresses that would be big values at $10 to $25 more than we ask at this sale and would be only a fair price under present conditions. Whether you want garments for town or vacation wear take advantage of this extraordinary sale. Are the Best Values of All at $19.95, $24.95 and $32.50 Suits Formerly Sold at $25.00 up to $50.00. The smart Suits are of Serges, rricotines, Checks and Gabardines and are featured in this sensational uaderpriced offering-the season's smartest styles, including belted and chic tailored models in Black. Navy and Light | colorings for women and misses to choose from. For Women and Misses A splendid collection of stylish summer frocks for vacation or street wear. Hundreds of styles to choose from. Materials are Voiles, Plaids and Plair. Ginghams and figured Lawns in light and dark colors. Tailored and beautifully trimmed dresses are featured. Exceptional values at $5.95 up to ' S19.95. One of the smart practical type that you can wear on any and all occasions--soft summer-like Velours, Poplins, elegant Serges and Tweeds--more than twenty-five styles, all sizes, in this sale at $15 up to $27.50. $1.00 "Waists $1.00 Corset Covers Â· Of fine white frisp new summer models .._. Voile, all 79c Combinations, or Muslin Drawers Petticoats $1.00 White Silk Gloves It's doubtful if ever seen better values than these $1.50 House Dresses A collection of the daintiest Dresses tbat will win the favor of the women. They are exquisitely made L98c For Style Plus Value--For Variety Plus Charm Sec the No-west To have the prettiest hat in the city for the money is always the standard we work for in this line. Even to the point of sacrificing all profit sometimes. At this time we are' snowing smart Georgette, all White Milan Hats, flower- triraraed Leghorns, s t u n n i n g all black hats, large picturesque hats, dignified hats for older women. Hats in every color. Hats for every occasion--at $1.95, $2.95, $3.05 up to $12.30. For Children A real bargain for the kiddies in fashions thai are ir.osi winsome-and the price is one-third less than the real value of the Coats. The fast that they are samples--or.ly one or two of a kind explains the low prices--it also explains the beauty of fabrics and dainty workmanship. Coats for the children of -i to 14 years, in all the newest models and cute as ca:i be. Come and see the Coats. $10.00 Coats _ $7.50 $ y.on Coats _ $;.oo $ 7.50 Coats _ ?5.00 S 5.00 Coals $3.33 $ Li.95 Coats $2.G4 $1.50 n'hit-e Wash Skirts--Clever styles of wiite linens and gabardines, trinniied wiih real buttons, large pockets ! 3."o Women's Stockings--A timely sale of lisle -finish Stockings, black only, all sizes, i now ,, _ I =3 Ved in Combcrlanii. Donald Lohr of Youngwood a n d Sneiar Carr of_Mount Pleasant; John P. Merrill and Izora Steele of Uniontown were granted licenses to wed in Cumberland. DRAFT ORDER OF 2iRS DRAWN Continued from Page One. John A. Krysztoflak, Leisenring Xo. 3. 87--Donald R. Stehle. ConneMsville; The best place to shop after " B'fowneirSfioe-Co.--Adv. -Mrs. Thomas Flynn of the West- 1 Alva H. Con way, Somerlield. Â· Side went to-Pittsburg this morning. 209--Clarance McK. Mc.Millen, ^Con- Mrs. W311iam Roland is spending the day at Layton. Have your-fortUTie t'ld at the festival .tpnjght in'Odd Ft-iloxvs' temple. iCr5.~IrVii.-Satterflel! and baby of Mofgantoirn"" returned home this rooJEtng_a'rter a visit with the for- MORE YOUNG MEN OFF FOR CAMP LEE Continued I roan Pape One, Phillip Dolan. Dunbar. James liartiett, Duubar. Jacob Henry Snyder, Normalvlllc. John Long, JJunbar, John BMmuntI Williams, Dunbar. K D. 1. Vacilias Kanstantopules, Vandci teaching a mJ'.Unrj school in St. John, Canada, an :ved home j aster day to get bcLtcr food over here than we did in UK I*nltet! Stars. I w i l l he glad spend a va M-ion \\ ith his parents, Mr. j when I get stationed so as I can pet and Mrs. WJMir.tu Crawford avonue. Rogers of BaiÂ»L t'HOM liSTON KL'SII. Letters i ccc'j\ eti from Ksion Rush, of thu yi9th I n f a n t r y , state thai he a i nvcd safely in FrLnuo and had a pleasant voyage, lie writes that only a few ol' the boys *ere .seasick Rush some mail from home. This is a pretty larg etou-n. tl'e population b"- ing about 100,000. AY*; do no* hear as much about tfcf war ns you do." MTKK'K . \ R R I V K S SUT,f,V 0 EH T I I K K K . "Word was received Saturday from Frank Patrick of the "\Yest Side. th,.t h o had arrived safely in rranrc. Pat- bill. " j is a son of .Mi. ana Mis. I. V. Rush of , rick :s a member of tht* 305lh Animu- MIIS KATIE MI:LACHJM. Mrs. Katie MeJachini, 37 years oH, of j'crryopolis died last evening at t h e Co;tage Slatp hospital where Mi? had been a patient for ihc ]'asi u.oiuh. Dec-eased was the wife of .John Melaelum. Funeral D.ren Rla.r of Perryopoiis took charge: tho bodv. Your Eyes- nellsville. 177--Raymond D. Oilor, Connellsville; John Radon. IHinbar, H. D. ' 199--James M. Ridgcway, Counclls- vilJe. 239--George SI. Staley, .Connella- ville. 130--Prancis A. Jack, Connellsville; *Henry Smitli, DuQbar. 229--Levi Easmger. (Jonnellsville. 70--Albert H. Margin, Connellsville; Clark Rowan, Miti Run. ' 108--Roper -M. Kerr, Connellsville; 'Paul S. West, VanderbiH. ) "2S--Ralph Del Sordo ConnellsviUe; j Harry R. Shipley, vicioria. i 89--Charles M. Penn Coimellsville; I Lloyd J. Hall, Bidwell. 1 151--Anthony R. King. Connells- | ville; Sitauel C. Edwards, Broad Ford. ' 90--"VVarrfin Shellenoerger, Dawson, ; Knrl S. Daniebi, Ohiopyle. Frank Ellswortn McCliim, Dunbar. Adrian J.tUlc, Ohiopyle. John Ediskas, Connellsiillc, R. L). Oarcncc Bdward Fearer. Erandon- vlllc, %V. Va. 3hrl^e^ Osier, Confluence. Ray t;. Kuntz, Dickorsoi; Run. Roy Cottnian Miller, Indian Head. Clayton Myers. "White, Albert Manges, Conneilivilie, R. D. Danzel! Miller, Mark,- J S o u i h Prospect street. COiU'OR.U, ( i i i A H A M 1YKITKS TO 1VIFE llrb. ArUiur Gr;i.ham has rece vecl a lutter tO'liag of Uie arrival in France nitlon Train. UP had been in training at Camp !Lee. 1VAI.TKK KOf.KKS M'R[TI-;s DII'ltK.SSlOXS or FRANC!-;. In i loiter ;o liis raothor, .Mr.s. Wil- who P a . of her husband, who Is a corporal i' i h;un Rognis, Walter Rogers oÂ£ the Company B, 305ru Engineer^. Tin- j llOlli !Â£eg:mcnt- Hospital Corps, some- loLter tellh o[ a pleasant voyage and | where ni France, writes 01 a delight- says he is in the bet of health. j fill trip across the Atlantic. The ! w v i i e r was wonderfully impressed JOHN Â·WALPOI..I:. i The bod of John "\Vaipole. j Baltimore Ohio brnkeman, j Killed last week at Bessemer, j \vtu-n struck by a Pitlshurg I^ike lio train, was interred yesterda\ ;it Monongahp'a. Pa. .VK yet a brother and sister of Mr. "SYnlpole ]KIVU not ! been located. The most valued of all your possessions, and the most neglected and abused. Any straiai imposed upon them is sure to ^1 be reflected in some bodily discomfort. Don't longer neglect . them. CJer eye-comfort from scientifically chosen glasses. Decide (o do this at once, and get relief as soon as possible. Ji \.LF iftIS AL.HO.ST fiO.Yi:. I. W. Myers, Opt. D. Ojilnmi'trist nnd Optician. V.'coiwortu Bldg., Upstairs. Oi-r Sr-^-cJaJly--Com/onable Vision. It. D.; Russell McElroy, Clifton Mllu, j Va - Frederick leysbnrg. William Hegner, Morrcll. George Adam Prills. Champion. Edgar Russell Holt, Ohiopy'.e. Cion^mendio Nafrio. Dunbar. Frank Glisan. Markleyshnrg. Clarrnce U.'Mamn, Dtmbar. Scott Martin, Dunbar. Tony Dicello, Vanderbilt. Albert G. Maison. Vanderbilt. Willis.ra Shudy. Dur.har, R. D. 32 Carmine Di Salvo, Mannington Va John Hogan, Detroit Mich. Peter GarseUa, MorgantoÂ«-n, W. Â· ) , 1'iaNES AS C031.1IOS OYEU j w i t h tl'e fine garden- in France. It is the first letter 10 he iccnvod since his ar.'ha! overseas. TUKUV, AS AUTOS I!Kill',. Aeroplanes are almost as common ,n Trance ai, automobiles are in the states, writes Joseph Riley of iho 10th Engineers, stationed "over there," to his mother, .Mrs. John Riley. The le'te.- states; "Ve a r e still at Dlois a n d a r e well. . . . . . . We are not doing mucn l-.Â£ie ap this is ; |.o a l e t t e r written by h-.m :n hi-' wlu-.re sa^iIls a c c o u n t s may be s'.yrted a rest camp. There is '.ots or enter- mother. Mrs. John Smlitz of the West Â»it:; ?1 or more. Liberal interest tainmcnt A fellow feels at home, j Side. The l e t t e r was w r i t t e n on J u n e paid.-Adi. We have a good band and hundreds ). but ftid not state vhclher he \\3s of French people come out here , i'.l or bad been wounded. jux i\ HOSriTAI, I.V FKAXCK. ' Corpoial Charles P. Goodman o' , Company D. nTlli Regular Engineers. slj.rt, beue' hospi'-il in France, acroi'dms Mable P.rst -National of Conr.elixv.Ile, Jlarr I'oa Smcd .\nyfiiliie Jiurinj.- (fie PaM Six .AJont)^. Hemeinber it's iJie saved dollar that i helps you out wlKn ihe pinel: come?. Moreover, saving just now is a patu- o'ic duty. If you haven't made a do so n o w , at the old rc- W. Va. C5--Jobn A. Yadeski, Coalbrook; Hohiirt HumberUjon, Somcrfleld. 1 li!C--Edwa-d Ooclra. ConnelLsvillc: AVHJ.IAH HOGEItS HO-WK OX FVULOCGB. Wililam Uogerb. who has been every night at retreat to hear the music. You can see many aeroplanes living around. They aie almost a= common as automobiles are in tl'.c States. We are treated fine by t!ie French. We get everything we need. Shirk al Indian I'reclt. The stork visited the !-oaje of .Mr. T)A'A WRIÂ«HT JHIr, ( a n d Mrs. Edward Silcox at Indj.i:i lU'lTALfOX AaiCTAXT. .Prpck and left a fine sn'dier :;ny. Lieutenant Dana Wright. C a m p j M o l h e r ant. babe do:ug n.eely. Meafle, AiinapoJis Junclion, Md., has Â· been made adjutant of a battalion. I Want HelpI Use one soothing, cooling application of oven set an issue of tpbacco, two j Lieutenant Wright is a son of Mr. Then use our classified column, sacks of Bull Durham a week. We ' and Mrs. F. W. Wright of Will's road, i suits will follow. a B.B- "Who to PutrcinTRC. . Those wao advertise m The Dailj Courier.
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