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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, July 3, 1918
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PAGE TWO. THE LiAlLr COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. WEDNESDAY, J0LT 3, 191S. .At a . flt association ot'ihe.Maccab«s; he! last night la Maccabeo .ball,'::'platts '' wrere completed, lor... the/,. 1 :. Mmecahf outing to .be held July il:»t:Kenney wood p»rk,: Pitttburg:: ;A;,:.numbe from" the local Treview expect to a tend, iome.": Moving-on' the! -7:30 an other*-m tbe 3JO Baltimore, fc Ohi train*,. At the outing last year'.flv · prizes; were captured ly, members a the CaanellniUe association.and thf year-the ladies expect to "win u maw if not -moTfe. It wa» decided'-to- hold victory membership -contest "beginning · July .-I, "and ending -Dece'mbe 31.' Members of-the" revipw,will b equally, divide, one, division to b know* a* th« army, with Mr*. Sara captain, and the. other to b as the navy, with Mrs. pliv Witmore, captain. The object of :tb ...·MtMt'f* to "Meorc . new'i^nembera. ,Nin» TMtori from Onntxir. member! of the 'TJnioittown reriew. .were press ent- At the. Mil meeting:, to b* hel Jely 1C plans for the contest will emu pieced. - - The cl»b"wa» Seiightfuily o'nterlaWd last PWr»ol t he .ipen a roost. en;)^r»bleeift«ijng. at and lancj-.'Jirm-k.- i-datntlly appoln ed luncheon jw«t.9«nrcd.:rPlans nate for a bt held tt Shad park ~ To**!»y . ultemeon Mrs. L. vottoaal mrrini rtraductol an*-" Mr*. . .-I Cecil th literary protrain t tie reg nl*r meeting of the Joeeph MeCon- -Mll-BiMe claw of the Firat Freiby terjan ehvch held last evening at tb hone of Mr*, r. E. -Uarkell la I*» balla roa*. _ -Mr*. Cecil · gave wrera patriotic readings.' Jtusineis of roctine nature was transacted. ' meeting wan well attended. Tie regoiu' meeting ot the Won ai'5 Bone am) Hlniooary societies . t»* First Pre»byt»rtan church it bdn held this afternoon in tbe church Mr*. T. B. Carton entertained th* I. X. L. Bible cUM of the United Pna- byterijui church at a sodal meetin la*t eveniBg at her home. The *ve ai=S wx» (pent at knitting for the Red Crc**. Bcfrcstmierai* were Berwq,. Ttc regular meeting at th el*» will *· held iwxt Tlionday avi ·ing at th* horn* Mr*. CWrtw B»I»ley Mrs. 3. W. Trenbarti Ii Mitertainin the O. N. T. rancjrwork club thjr aft eraoon at her home in Sooth Coo aeUsrUle. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mrs. J. Bappe Mrerj of Greensbur entertained »t bridge tea and laacbeoi " a» »«r wnreier hone. "Tfc* in honor of Mr*. Robert Manhbank formarrjr Mi** Margriretta Gran at Gneubnrgr Ettadwth. Ella and Jenni Gray. Hiss Edna Cook, Jflss .Myra. ' . Ifis* Gertrude Grhnm and MiK War*, Jtli* latter of TJnkmtown, win ·o to AiHicn thi» afternoon to attend party to be ftven by-Mrs Keien»».«T-r the Jwurth Tk« »irty win be met at ConSuenct 1*« Knit _ anil Wi» unit to Otaj'turtoe Contort* branch of -Nar'lWe Til mtet Monday nJ at fb» koB* ot Sta. a*wmrd. Sweenw ·tnet. Greenwood, . . .. Tfc» tMttMor-aervlee unit to th "Chadoton Comfort* branch of th Nary TIS»II nut, lut ni»tt at-'the Bane af Mrs. W. F. Brooks in- Ba» ' Jtsspby *wnM and tyeat toe o for tke a«ldkcs. - Jr, will enter tarn SBtnrdty.aftccoxv at ter ram ia«r koto* M*T tk« Kwmnit to honor r,- Ills. Arthur Byrne, 7*M- taachen of- .tbi . Kboal held a meet- «-."C J.AfUr- th» Asocial hour JiiiilJiiiijat.- T^^Ma-meeUag;win - -- · " · 6'mt-.;ttfer..-hi«»;:;.pf R*y -'kh». Mutant'E4.W1, -'.Mr:'- and itehfldrSi of _ .. ,, H; .B. Biewa : baa : retBTM*' hproe Tl»it wsth re3»tlres at Bethle- ^YsvJUn.'.Bnnra and chU**i will the boys to Fr»r»c«" returning borne. ·' '· . / ·Mrs. W-.-L.- Darr 'and son, "VWihelm, of Josephinej Pa., are gueats'offriends hereo, . ,,.. · .-· v." ' · The best . place to shop after all. Browneli. Shoe Co-^-AdT. · · ," ,,Mr^.aBd ;Mr5,;?.i;jjgene Bishop and baby of Chicago "'arrived here this morning . to visits r'Ir. Bishop's par- ?nts,; Mr. ,aud:-Mrs...W.-A. BJchop of West Crawford avenue. .. '..... ':. ^Mlss Hezel 'Weberrot Clairton returned home 'today- 'after- a! Visit irith her. aunt, Mrs. J. Blairie Rekgan oi East Murphy avenue. ' ' : " Mrs. Edward "6 riffln of Plttsburg ia the snest of her mother, Mrs. Anna Humbert of "The BoulderB." - Mr. and Mrs. Edward Buckingham of MeKeeaport and daughter-. Miss Ruth, and Miss. "Ural Buckingham, both -Jn -.'the' SOT moment service in Washinjton, D: .C., left yesterday .by automobile for Washington. : Go. to the Youfh House Restaurant for yooc Thursday supper. Chicken and waffl**. Mrs. C. J. Armstrong.-Adv.-- w«d-thnc»-tf. Mr. and Mrs..WlUbMn Beid o.I Denbo are visiting relatives here. ·' - Btzio.Nannini and family have moved from the Buttermore property in W-eit Crawford avenno to the property on Second street recently vacated AMERICAN HOSPITAL FOR BUND SOLDIERS IN FRANCE The Chatenu de Madrid, in .the Bols de Boulogne, I'aris, 1ms been taken over by the Red Cross for blinded American fighters. The chateau Is exceptionally well suited for hnopiUiI purposes, as the rooms are large, airy and well lighted. by Mra. Anna M. Neff. Lewis and family will raovo iatc the But- termo::e residence. » Jach Davis of New Casil« t formerly of Connellsvine, who was seriously Injured when he fell from a window of .his onVe, is getting siting rjccly. He expects to leave Sbsnango Valley hospital at New Castle soon. Mr.'Davis is employed by the Baltimore t. Ohio railroad. Mr. and Mrs. Frsaak Husband and children of Pittsburg motored here to spend the lYHirth inth Mrs. Hn»- banoTs parent*, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. JaTk'Ie'of the "West Side. Mrs. J. P. K. Miller and daagiter of Setrttdale jrere Connellsvllle visitor* yesterday. Mrs. James H. Smith sd daughter, Jane, of Unlontown. were the guests of Mrs; H. P. Snyder yesterday. Henry P. Bnyder, Jr., and John Long, who have been visiting the former 1 * grandmother, Mr*. A. K. Mc- latyre of MtKeeiport, have returned home. Mi» Marjorie Highberger of Greenatmrg. .formerly of Ccmnells- ville, ha* entered the Children's hospital In Washington, D. C., to study to become a trained nur:n. Mr*; Charlee JfcMahon and daughter. Mf» Marion, of BJg»water, Chicago, returned acme la*t evening after »v tti with the .·Jonner's niece, Mrs. TV. P. Sttivon of Wart Peach street ViM Elizabeth HiBcert, in charge of the state tubercular dispensary of McKeeajiort, was here tod«y in the interest of the local dispensary. MIsa Hilkert'-i snccessor here has not as yet been appointed. Patroniie those who advertise. WWRAR RAISES $40,000 T»wm SttU 0«t tor 110,0*0 i* Ww Sari*** Staap*. iiolicitors In the War Scvinga campaign at Dunbar reported a total of JM',040 pledged op to date, which lack* about $10,000 of the Dunbar Quota, at an *ntkuiiuUc meeting of th* War Service League held Monday night In the Dubar Methodtrt Epi*eo- ptvl ebnreh. The eiecutrw eoffmittee reqoeit* penofa interested In the campaign to meet at the Methodist Bpi*eop*J church tomorrow morning at 9. o'clock to help celebrate the Fourth by goi»g "over the top." The meeting opened with the singing of "America," followed by vocal ·okw by Herbert Pratt, W. F. Brooks, a violin solo by Edgar Therarae. Rev. A, N. Slayton, rector of St. Peters Ep4*cop*J church In O-dontown delivered » oplendld address. Plan* were dtecDMcd for an honor roil and service flag to be dedicated in honor of toe young mem of Dnnbar and community who are in military service in 42 AT DRILL Compuny G Working Hard in Preparations for Canip. Forty-two members of .Company G turned out Cor drill at the armory last, night and were on the floor for three hours.. Another drill will bo "hold tonight and a third one on Friday evening. Next week will see much drilling as Captain Stone is determined lha this men will make a good appearance at canrp which open on July 12. Some non-commissione.'l officers were appointed at the drill lost night. but no corporals have yet been selected. JOB Reed vras appointed first sergeant; Keu Clifton, quartermaster sergeant; Barry Rogers, rness sergeant, and William Sellers, Don Porter, R. Blacka and Krcpps were made sergeant*. Two new members* were taken Into the company, and some old men dropped. There Is now a. total cl SO mea in tho company. The new men were John McGnire of this city and a man named Doianey of Uniontown. HOvTABD MTERS SOOJf TO BK OT PRAXCK. Mr. and Mr». Grant Myers have returned from an embarkation camp after seeins their son, Howard Myers off for Prance. Mr. Myers Is attached to tbe quartermaster's department. He secured part of his training at Camp Joseph T. Johnson, having been transferred from Camp Lee. MISSES MRS. EMMA COLBERT. Mrs. Emma Colbert, wife of Jarrett Colbert of Vanderbllt, died Monday evening at 6.30 o'clock. The funeral will be from the Methodist Episcopal church Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mrs. Colbert is survived by her husband and four children and tbe following brothers and sisters: Hurry, George and Jerry Ritenour, VanderbiH; Mrs. Zach Sullen- berser. Acme; Mrs. John Ritenour, Star Junction. Mrs. Colbert waa 36 years of age. JACOB W. LBIGHTT. Jacob W, Leigluy, SI years old, died last night at his home at Alvorton, following an Illness due to the infirmities of old age. Th6 funeral will be from tie house Friday morning at 10 o'clock and at 1Q3Q o'clock: from the Church of God at Ajverton. Interment will be In tao Alycrton cemetery. Mr. Leighty was born near At- , ·erica, where be spent all .Ma life. I fjjf^ He was a widower and is survived FIELD DAYTHURSDAY Rip Tune ttl- Dk'kc;rson Ttnn Pliuincd For July Fourth. Plans for a field day at Dfckerson Run on the Fourth of July have been completed and a record-breaking crowd Is expected to ·L«rn out aL tbe athletic field of the Y. M. C. A/' Many sports have been arranged and -women as well as men will liave their contests. The program (olIo-K-s: Band concert aI3 bay by tl"? Dickerson Ttun V. M. C. A, band; baseball game at 10 A. M., Dickersou Run Y. M. C A. va Dunbar; 32 10 2 P. .M., lunch and recreation period; athletic events--long distance baseball throw, prize, ball/set; 300-yard dash, boys 32 to 16; ladies' candle race, silk bose; fat mon's 50-yard dash, dress shirt; base running, boys S to 12; ladies' race, 50 yards, silk hose; boys' potato race, pocket knife; egg race, girls 10 to 15; running broad jump, folding umbrejla; boys' shoo race, cuff links; ladies' hoop race, silk gloves; boiue drill; 4 P. M., baseball game. i Dickcrson Run Y. M. C. A. vs. Dunbar; by tb « following ciiildreE: Jan** H. j TM^ s . * icUlcre !, * lb °, Y ' , M ' C / A ' and Norman, Uniontown; Mrs. Juliana! auditorium, 8 P. M.. admission free. RROTHEH Hough, Cunningham's hridge; Mra. Jacob Reese. Tsrrs; George \V. t wbc resides no tht aoroc farm; Jfrs. Jc~ faiiith Vunbio, \Veal Newton; Alexander, Layton: Orlando, lireenfiburE. MRS BE36IE MY.EBS. The funeral of Mrs. Bessie Myers, j The Y. M. C. A. will be prepared to serve meals to aJ! who do not care to bring lunch. Refreshments of all kinds served on grounds. who died Sunday morning, was beln | FOR FH'AXCE. j yestorday atternpon trom the family j Mlai Cathllne Evans o( South C o n - j residence. Interment in Hill Grove; nellsvillc and Miss Margaret Buski rk | cemetery. Urs. ilyers, who was -S of Connellavllle have returned from i years old. is survived by her husband.' Camp Humphreys to vrhich place j thr»o children, Freda. Bdna and they went to see the formcr'B brottmr,; Qd rcy; her mother, Mrs. Almsda Paul Evans, bctore he left for France, j prfntcy; two sisters, Mrs. Nopwaa- They found on their arrival there tliat j^y and Miss Edith Randall, and two he had been gone several days. I brothers. C. K. Itandall and Harr, 6EOKGK XeLAUGELDT SAFKIiT Mrs. J. Blaino Itca^an of Etist JInrphy avunne, received n. card tbat her brother, George M. McLaughlln, s' Big Dance Tonipht | at Marfcell Hall. Kit eric's Jazz Band. I Shirtwaist; electric fans.--Adv.-3-lt. | of ConnellsMlle have returned from !years old. is survived by her husband.' 1 H I N W l I M f l N r*tiTnn TTitmt-,ViT-iW«r m »-V.fnh « l n » n : . i , · i n ' , . . . . · I I | ^^ W » \f I I I I I I · KNOWS a member of Company B, J46th fantry, baa arrived safely overseas, FOURTH AT WOODDALE Big Celekntion P'wnrd at Mount H03DC fKOM CAJUFORMA. Kiss Bertlia 1'arkw Accomponitis Jlcr ' .4«ed Orandparesti. Miss liertha Parker is visliirig ht;r ! aunt, Mrs. Charlotte Buttermore, aflnr stay ol tire years in California,. where she is engaged In teaching. ] Shu accompanied uast Uor grandpar- i cnts, itr. and Mrs. Elijah Parker of ' Teraon Ore JCines. -.Cnlontown, who have been in Califor-, A Fourth of July celebration will je :lla for '^TMc years. Both are past held tomorrow at the Mount Vernon Ore Mines, under the auspices of She Proved that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Does Help Suffering Women SO years of ago. Miss Parker trill return LO the west'. Wood"wr'co7ndi No" ITT'thTpro- in September, She is receiving a sal-! ceeds to be for the benefit of the Red j TOSS. There will be a program of speaking, sports and games. Refreshments ill bo served. Arrangements have been made for transportation from Iron Bridge station of the West Penn Railways. ary of JUS a month as a. teacher. he near fmtnrc. The matter ot erecting a bulletin bmrd in some prom- neat nbjce in the town, to be nsed for war 99m only, waa alao^discussed. A sum of flOO, nart of the amount received from * garden party jiven for he benefit of the league, and the l«aih«r branch of!.the Red Cross, turned over to the league. Eleven Tojantaer*. to *»iat in. farm reported a* follow*'. Alex RoMOme, O. G. riacher, r. H. Wari H. U, Humbert; Mai Backoff, A. R. nean,~r. l-.TtOfutaaO, L.-S. Kerch- ·, .Peter, Johawn, -D. .C. Eason and BurhJUM. The neTt-.mecang of tb* league will b« b«M Monday even- nfc'Ansmt 5th, in thelleUxxiret Prot- church. tW PMt Olke. '' The general . delivery and »tajnp windows- »t the .local portoffice will be'open" from 7 to 10 A. M. on July rbtrrtb: :Registers''will be accepted or -nailing or, will be- delivered on equeai at the'/stamp window. -w» r Savings' Stamps' may also be bought it tbe stamp window on' the 'J\urth. So nVoney -order -or_ postal-.'savings' usiness will ; -be tran" ictei No. de- Teirfea will--hi"ante ojr city or rural carriers.-,'-.'··"-_· "·-.- · · - - . : ; -.. · . _W. S. McClay-, David E. Bai» and J. ^ E, .I31i» .were yesterday.-appointed viewer: to assess the damage*, it ny, to the property of "lira. .Sarah tichey. Bullikin townihip: In a pe- tioa. presented ta court : 'ihe avers bat tier property was damaged by changing of tbe grade in the .contraction of a public road by the ounty commiHioners. SAFE DEPOSIT -EQUIPMENT. MatM Safe Important Papers and Valnabks. A private home cannot be equipped with ante deposit facilities. For example: '-Several comfortable homes .couW oe built at a cost not to exceed the expense of installing safe deposit vaults in Tbe Citizens National Bank. But the safety of our vault department is available for every home In this city, because wo rent individual safe deposit boies at a small annual fee. This bank, is located at 138 North Pitts-burg street.--Adv. Shower for Bride. Miss Mabel Bitner, gave Card of Thanks. and children wish to '. that when mv .1.~ _ u ^ j '.i i.. _ · Watertown, N. Y.-"Last fall when I was expecting to become a mother I wa.s in very poor health. I suffered f r o m a f e m a l e weakness so I did not have strength enough to do my own work and could not stand on my feet for any length of time. Lydia E. Pinkham's V e g e - t a b l e Compound c o r r e c t e d m y trouble and I im.,-- . ,,., ^ ulat wnen m y DaD y came t ne doctor thank their many Mentis who aided said he never saw a women get along thorn during' the long illness and a t : an}- better than I did and I know it er. ; waa Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable! j ; Compound that helped me."--Mrs.! "--IT BEEBT "' "' ' - ' 'town, N. the-death of their wife and mother, Especially do they wish to thank · ,, · -- r -- _,,. those who sent floral tributes, tbe of-, w"^^ ^"^y 124 Wyoming Ave., flclating pastor and the singers.--Adv. i w WD , . i women who continuallyovertax their strength until they Committed for Anto Upon entering guilty to stealing tbe automobile of Miss Leon:i sirengtn until they got into such a Theft. ! weakened condition should profit by a I" 6 * ° ! \ ft±,,,. e ^'L e /P?!L ence a r rfTtr ?. th J, 3 Waller of Staten Barnes, j ,,. ., , _: remedy, Lydia E. Pinknam's Vegetable Compound. a 17 year old youth, was yesterday s u t committed to Huntingdon reformatory its loag experience to at 'your service by Judge E. H. Reppert. Honaer Has Xew Job- Anthony Bonner, for many years a policeman oC Dawson and later policeman for the Youghiosueny Coal company at Florence mines, has accepted; tbe 'position of private policeman for Mrs. Sarah B. Cochran at Linden Hall. To Heal Bed Sores For 25 years physicians ind nurses i navcnever found anything equal to : Sykes Comfort Powder a mis- j cellaneous shower at'the home of Mr. arid Mrs. J. E. Halfblll at'Penns.ville In-honor of Mr». Hays Heck, a recent bride. Previonil to her marriagt Mrs. Heck was Miss Hath Halthill. A number of guests «'ere present and many Beautiful gilts, Including china, cut glass, linen and aluminum were 'received - by the: hride. .Af ustc and various games wf^e the amusements. Later dainty refreshments were served. . Out of town guests were James Long, Scottdalt'; Miss Mabel Murray, Jfias Eleanor Richter. and R. C. Vernon of Connellsville, - · TVI11 Close. Following its usual custom, the Car-' tegjo Freo.Library'will be closed on t i e Fourth o f July: · ' · · - ' eASTORIA . For Infanta and Coildxen hi Us* For Over 3O Years Horn Found. An automobile horn, found hidden tn a lot oh. the South Side, has been turned over to the police. It is thought the born wag taken while the" Chautauqua was here. Granted. Jlarrliige Mcense. George T. Levering' and Margaret Szor, both of Fayeite county, were granted a marriage license in Greensburg yesterday. ·S "5- th 1 Vlno ' a n d othcr d r u O stores ' The Comfort Powder Co., Boston, Mass. Your Eyes Ten Years From Now. Their condition at that time will depend upon the care you' give them now. If you needj glasses, and are not wearing; them; your eyes are being in; jured. You should get glasses,! and you should do so without a; day's delay. Our service is ex-, act, and in accord with the latest advances in Optometry. NOJ charge for consultation. CompM. iutrnctioM for horn. ataniaf ind drying wiB b» wot to UM'Twdan ctftba paper upoa ippli- ottion to th. N.tionJ War Ganlen I. W. Myers, Opt. D. Optometrist and Optician. Wool-worth Bldg., Upstairs. Our Specialty--Comfortable Vision. If Ton ITut S.»eUU»g dvertise for It ii our clas*Uleil col- i The £ DUNN STORE Coimdlsville's Greatest Store H -.^W; Closed AD Day Thursday J«!y4t!i THE STOEE ABDEAD" Stomp V PITTSBLSRGH, PA. A Mali Order Special! Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded Boys' Junior Bcrfoik Wait) Suits of the Famous Palmer Linen A mannish tailored model, made of the nationally-known Blue Palmer Linen, Best for wear and lasting service--and guaranteed fast color. Knife pleated effect, with stitched-on belt, inverted pleat in back from belt down, flaps on lower pockets and white collar mtn Wack tie. Sizes 2% to 10. 50 Years of CoBscientioics Effort in Serving tbe Poblic I N THE year 186S the foundation of this business was laid in a smaii store within a stone's throw of its present location--fifiy years in practically one location. Through all these years The Rosenbaum Co. has grown steadily -- substanfTiliy -- always under the guidance of those who constantly had the-best interests of its ever- growing' patronage in mind--Success has been the reward. Today--quality, service, reliability, fair prices--these are to be found here always. A Trip to Pittsburgh is Kmr Complete Without a Visit to This Beautiful Stare. Your Telephone Directory T ELEPHONE service is dependent upon your use of the telephone directory; it is the "guide," as the receiver is the "latch" and the transmitter the "door," to usher you through to the one you wish to talk to.. Bell telephone directories are issued several times a year in order that patrons may have an up-to- date list of telephone numbers and may know of the changes in telephone numbers of those whom they may call. In the "General Information" pages of each directory is a paragraph "Telephone Directories" and the dates of publication are there shown. A subscriber should compare the date on his directory with the calendar date, allowing about a month for the printing and delivery of an issue, and if he finds that'he is not using the current book, should call the Business Office. The Telephone Company wishes every subscriber to have, and to use, the most recent copy of the directory. Calling numbers from an obsolete directory may result in "changed number" calls, wastes in time and effort and the use of equipment and service at a time when all these things are in greatest demand. THE CTBKTRAI, DISTRICT. TISLEPHOKB COB. F. PATTERSON. Local Manager. TNIONTOWS. TA. IF YOU WANT Anything, Have Anything for Sale or Rent, Try Our Classified Ads at One Cent a Word. They Bring Results.

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