The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on June 29, 1918 · Page 5
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, June 29, 1918
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SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 1318. THE DAILY COl/RIER CONNELJLSVILLE. PA. «EWS OF THE DAY AT ML PLEASANT BRIEFLY RELATED Six members of Spelker Family in Pershing Limit Club. WAR BABY AMONG THE NUMBER War Sxvliga Day Terr Basj 0»e it law rwUffice; SU»p SalfR Cuk, WJU tto^OO 3»«re Flk« P»le Bated; Sotev Special to The Cour'er MOUNT PLEASANT, June ».--The War Savings Stamp sale is on with a nub in Mount Pleasant and the town ha» gone over the top The amount of tales to date total 1150,000 with $15,001} more pledged. Yesterday »as , a busy days at the local postofflre J18.000 in stamps bebig handed out in several hours It required tlie service* of two clerks to get the stamps pasted on and one to hand them out Six thousand dollars was thrown in yesterday to make every member in the August SpelXer family a Persh- int Limit Club member Several days ago Mr Spelkrr made huoself a -, club member and yesterday hi. mado f~hi8 wife a member and his four children, August, J r , William, Freda and his adopted daughter, Catharine, who is a war baby, brought from overseas The following member* were added yesterday to the Pershms Limit club: F M Husband Swaney Hall, Nelson Poorbaugh, Louis Lev- inaon, TJ. G "Weimer, D C Rumbaugh, Isaac Sterrick S .N harden Father V J Janda, Mary Staggart, P. J Slevin, John Warden, G F Cooper, C S Bossart, John Kelar and Robinson fierg Michael Bollon- cik »nd Mrs Marj Yoth rm : Baieeg Pole. COLORED BAPTISTS MEET Convention iu (Ween Xiected »t linkn Church or Officers for the ensuing year were elected Thursday afternoon at the. convention of the T W S S and the B T P V in session in the Union Baptist church in the West Side They were installed last evening by Rev. Crawford The new officers are asfollows: President, Ansel Chambers, first rice president Charles Humes, second vice president, James Crable, recording secretary, Maudr- Wright, assistant recording secretary, Lucy Massie, corresponding secretary, Lca- lure G Settle, field secretar) J H Johnson, assistant field secretary, Roberta Harris, treasurer, Mo-ws Moon; superintendent of adult department, Dennis Combs, superintendent ot secondary department: Sarah Saunders; superintendent of elementary department, Anna Humes, superintendent of mission and temperance, Susie A. Wells, superintendent of home department. Flora Jonec, superintendent of B Y P XJ J B Johnson. PAGB FTTH Ohiopyle. Store Open Saturday Till 9 P. M. Boy all the Thrift Stamps you can afford. Let the children buy them. , June 29th, Last Day IN JUNE Saturday the last day for the final decision TO DOUBLE THE SALES IN JUNE, has caused all departments throughout our store to offer exceptional big bargains FOR ONE DAY ONLY. OHIOF5TLE. June 28--Among those who were in Connellsnlle "Wednesday evening to cheer the hoys off for camp wore illss Ruth Show, Mrs L . Welsh, Mrs. Lottie Welsh, Mr and Mrs Charles Holt and son William, | Mrs R. C Holt, Mrs Alice Holt Gwendoline "Waters, John and Thomas Holt Wajne Show Elmer Wolfe, "W. G Corrfotaa, Frank Graham, Prank and Clyde Stark, Floyd Lind-1 ennan, H G Cornstao. ! Mr. and Mrs J A. Stark and children havw motored to Maaertown, Vs., to spend a few weeks with the former's parent*, Mr and Mrs Jen-Is Stark.^ Mrs v R A. Marshall of Somerset,! arrived here Wednesday evening to visit her parents ilr and ilrs Michael Rafter j The Burdette Sc Sailor company has The Patriotic League held a pole | hoisted a large flag in front of their railing in the Prick Park last eve- store ning. The pole was raised to take Harvey Comstan of Swissvale is place of the one that blew down las« winter. A larpe number of person 1 * "TIZ" FOR TIRED, PUFFED-UP FEET Instant Hslioi tor Sore, Velung, Tender, Feet nnd Corns. ·Poll, Jataar, Pol]!" gathered to helj Tolnntcerg ag JI'DTM. ^pending here. Mrs. George Thursday for You re footsick 1 Your feet feel short visit at his homo tired puffed-tip chafed aching sweaty, and thoy need 'Tlz BLACJV SAirv WOM. BE LN THJB FALL. No More Guesswork tvhen you bake. No ruined pastry, poorly done bread, no wxst -- no worry* because of wrong orec Hershborger left on Mount Braddock to Mrs. Sara Ht,od Carbaugh has an- speud a few days, the guest of retaliated in the service as a Red Cross tnes. mir«e and expects to be called at any ' Mrs F K Bailey and two daughters thna She expects to be either placed j i e r. t -ftednesda) for Conellsville to at » hospital connected with some spend a short visit with Dr and Mrs munition factory belonging to tha' government or if necessary has volunteered for overseas duty Mrs. Carbaagh Is a graduate of the Mount , Pleasant Memorial Hospital Training ' School Her husband Frank Car- bnn*h. Is with the 110th Regiment In Franc* Patriotic Prognaa. The Sunshine club of the Serond Baptist chmch held a pati-jotic meeting and social in the church last evening The following program was carried out: Socg, by the clnb, recitation, Atyrtle Coy; duet. Violet Cor and Mabel Johncon, reading, Afisi Arm? Edwuidg; song, by the club; tableau and song, Myrtl« Coy. j~ Pcnenal. xn. Mary Zlra-nnerman Is visiting her sea. Rail*, at Lancaster. MELHONE CHEST FOR ONLY 30 CENTS It Ton Can iBstantly Better* Tmix Caused bj Bnnw, Scaldi, Cats and Bnlw*. A Jar of San Cuia Ointment co»t» but 25 canU and it it doesn't do Tery- thinc ting uewspapcr article ^'.J8 it will do the Laugbrey Drag Co, Con- DeUsrille, or tbe Broadway Drug Co, Scotltele, will give yon TOUT laone? back. It relieves bleeding, itching and protruding piles, it helps chronic, nin- ulac and fever sorea, no matMr how Etnbborn or hopelcw. It it an antiseptic ointment that begins to teal till minute it is applied. It'ft one of the finest remedies erer confounded for bolls, carbuncles, nl- can, eczema, salt rheum, tatter, chilblain*, chapped hands or face. Price only Me. 80c and Jl JO a jar For the bab;, for rough, tender skin and to qnickly acquire a fine complexion, use San Cura Soap (25 cents). Thompson Medical Co, Titrnmll*, Pa.-- AdT A. J Coloorn Miss Dorothy Jackstm, who has been the guest of Miss Irene Jackson, left for her home in Conoollsville yesterday. All citizens who are in favor of a pole and flag raising are requested to be present at a special meeting in the M B. church here Tuesda/? July 2, at 1 o clock, to arrange time ind place and also to arrange for speakers All who wish to contribute to this can see l£r Enrdette and Mr Holt- Jhrtoal Garage 615 West Crawford, guarantees all ·rock: oxy-acetylene welding, re ixairioi. all amchin«ry «ork. fft are ready to sell gasoline and on carbon burning. Call Bell 857--Adv.-2S 2L Summit. SUMMIT, June 29-- Mrs. James J Barnbart ga/e a delightful lawn party Wednesday afternoon at her home at Suny Side in nonor of her little granddaughters, Etta, Grace and Roe- ella Wilson, of Syracuse, N i , and the three little Dewalt children of j Pittsburg. Various games IE charge of iOse Mary De»alt were played, ind a most enjoyable time was had by -Joe little ruests At 430 o'clock a daintily appointed luncheon was served on the lawn. Mrs Barnhart was aaaisted by hei daughters, Mrs Ross A. Wilson and Mrs Myrtle De- wait. The little guests present in addition to the honor ones,, were Donald and Edwma Barnhart, Mary Eh/,abedi Seece, Ruth, Eva Belle .*nd Margaret Moms and Jam Si McGec. Mrs. Hugh D Barnhart was the guest of Mrs. Clark W Earnhart of Leaenrlnj No 1 Wednesday Private Leroy C Barnhart has returned to the Carnegie Tech, Pittsburg, after visiting his parents, Colonel and Mrs. James J. Baruhart, of Suny Side. Mrs Boss A. Wilson and two daughters, Etta Brace and Rosella, are spending their summer vacation with Colonel and Mrs I J Barnhart at Sunny Side. Mr Wilson *iil motor to Sunny Side early in July and will be accompanied home by Mrs Wilson and family Thursday, Mrs. Wilson and children were guests of the former's brother, James H. Eamhart of Jnniata Children s Day exercises will Ke held tomorrow evening at 7.30 at the Summit An interesting program will be rendered. Hntfog TOB win and them in our ad. coiamtta. If TM Wnt Scmettricg A4r«rtia* lor it in our classified col- amn. One cent .. word. 'Ti?" makes foot remarkably fresh and sore-proof Tiz takts tin. pain i and burn right out oC corns, callouses j and bunions "Tiz is the grandest foot-glacldener the world has e \ e r known G«t a 25-cent boi ot 'Ti? at aov drug store and end foot torture for a i whole year Never have tired aching, sweaty, smelly feet jour shoos -will fit flue and you'll only wish )~ou had tried Tiz' sooner Accept no substitute --Adv Dawson. DAWSON, June 27--The Y M C A. baseball team met the Spring | Grove Stars Tuesdiy on the Tt M C A grounds and won by a score of I 5 to 3 | Gasoline, 26c Wells-Mills Motor x,ar Co' Conni lltvillp--Adv-27-lt A number ot to A ft people went to Vewell Mondaj e v t n i n g to attend tbe opening of the new addition ot the Y j M C A . The Dickerson Run Y M C A. band tuinish-d the music Miss Franois Barrett has -eturned t ober ho"ie in McKees Rocki after a visit at the home of Mrs Charles Gaal F. 1. ETASS 1!STATF, Agents, Both Phones. For early fall street wwir rumo has it that black satin will be very popular This snug-fitting bodice and peg- t op skirt could he made to see | one through from brealciast to d«n-, ner Beads suggestive of the North American Indian compose the girdle Dunbar. DUNBAR, Juno 28--Misses Agnea Memoa and Lucy Scot M ere U n i o n - I 'own callers Thursdaj night i AH earij season hats inc!uD J nE { models, reduced to one-half former price We hae everything desirable in mid-summer hate Leghorn Milan, Georgette and Organdie. Il-ats, at McParlands Apple sti'eet -- A d v - P P Nowmer visited his daughter Mrs Paddy Flannery in Ccanens- ·v lie Tuesdav Mr and Mrs Aloert Colbert v ere mvtmg friends in PiUsburg Tuesday John McManus has resigned hll po- I 28 2t tntion as day interchange cler'c at j Mrs Rar Gnvton of Belle Vernon, Dickorson Hun yard office and taken j spent a few dais here with her para position as night cleric at the Y M C A On Sunday Childien's Day will be observed in the Presbyterian church Patronise those who advertise ents Mr and Mrs W S Smith of Speers Hill Gasoline, .!6c WeUs-Mills Wotor Cai Co Connellsv-iUe--Adv-27-4t, Try our classified advertisements. Tri.Slate 673. Bell 8-12. LOCAL AST) 1OTG DISTANCE MOVUfGS. KesJdence 101 Haas ATC,, COI(StLl,STDJ,E, PA. W. W. Gtotfdty Real Money Can Be Saved by Having Tour Hat Cleaned and Reblocked into tb» Latest Shape by our Eiperlencod and Expert Hat Cleaner, who makes a special study of all Panama work ^e use no acids and guarantee all our work to be the best Established 100«, Ik American Up-to-Date Hat Cleaning Parlor J. L. PEKKUS, Proprietor. Ill W Crivford Ave , CONNBLLSVILLE PE1WA, N O T I C E To Merchants, Manufactmers, Garages and any one whom it may interest in Connellsvine, Scottdale, Mount' Pleasant, Dawson, Vanderbilt and Dunbar Beginning Monday, June 24th, Wells-Mills Motor Car Company will make daily round trips to Pittsburg for parcels and express up to 250 pounds in any one shipment Phone us your instructions. WeUs-fflills Motor Car Co, Bell Phone 1022. COJRfJELlSTILLE, FA. Tri-State 502 Want Ads--1 Cent a Word. WEAR BorKr ' s QotMag I aocxxoooexoooooooooooooooo The, COASTLINE to The delifihts of your vacation beiin the moment you board a D 4 C Coaw Line Sw*m=r for bcmonfnl Mackinac Island-- for toK of the dehjtJan are IP the Lak« v RaJromd ticket* «re honored on «JJ D C Line out extra Chirac F* Tbo D C. Inillau iBtnm the best IB ropoinmraatc CQIBIDC fttul 2is»tikin vcrvtei^ Skfotr and beahb proniioos xre «U that could be delired- All Meamen are equipped with lateit wjrelew tervice wmter ii «terili£cd by ultra violet ny proceii Two nnd!d TeoeU-Citr c! Madunac II and Oty of Alpena II--operate four times a week to Mockinac lalaod From Toledo Uoodain ana SaturdayiSJO A M.Tueidayi aod Thundaya 6-00 P M From Detroit Monday* tuid 3*turday SOO P M , Wedoea day» and FndJXi 8JO A M Send 3^entrairp for Hlutrrated pamphlet and Great Lakea nap Addreai L G LEWIS. C P. A.,» Third Arenue, Detroit, Ulcb. TO MACEINAC ISLAND Prom Buffalo $1100 Round tnp 1900 From Ctcvtlsad $900 Rowod tnp H 00 ?roro Toledo $715 Round (np 13.00 Frcal Detroit $6.50 Rouad tnp JU.W Long Distance Hauling Can Also Haul Live Stock P. B. KESSLER. 613 BlcCormick Avenue. Tri-State 542-Z. Bell 284. THE HOUSEKEEPEB'S EXPENSE RECORD. 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 hy check on the Union National Bank. Tour Checking Account IB cordially invited. UMON SATIONAL BASK, ConneHsTille. "CAT-STtTSBS "THEY WEJfT A1TO SPOILED TH' TTH01E THTSG." By

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