The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on July 3, 1918 · Page 5
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July 3, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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WEDNESDAY, JULY Z, 1918. THE DAILY COUHIKR, CONNEIJjSVILlE, PA. PAGE FIVE. NEWS OF THE DAY AT MT. PLEASANT BRffiFLYRELATED School Board Reorganize* for the Year at Brief Session. CHILD HURT BY HOI OR TRUCK Dclnka fa Hogpital TYH» Hit TnttartA; Mre- of Track Abo Strike* Colirod o«tfc OB Bl- ejcl»; Dliaer for Trmmt Yexek. Special to The Couriar MOUiNT PLEASANT, July S--The school board met on Monday evening After cloaing up their business for the year Howard Stoner «as elected secretary and Oliver Seitou, tn-asur- cr Elmer tor Soldier. Mr and Mrs Frank Yizek of Quarry street, gave a farewell dinner for their son, William i'ezek a momber of the Sixtn Trench Battery, at Fort SiU Oklahoma, who wa.1 home on a furlough. The house wis beajtifully decorated In red, nhitt lad b'ue A large flag hung behind lie table and ft* saluted as the gaetus were seated. Small fltigs were given as sou- venin Cove 3 were laid tor 25 JBetoni* to Camp. Walter Kexmstlenak ot For* Sill, Oklahoma, h»» returned to camp alter spending a ten-day furlouvi here Tnek Kus Dowa Twa. Josephine Delnka, aged 12 yenrs, ot Mouewood street wa run down by a truck and had her hip bone fractured The operator, who gave his name aa N«well, drove on down, to Diamond street George Burford wan riding a bieyele op the street when the truck ran Into him and threw him and the bicycle through the fence of Frank Bioher Burford who is colored, was uninjured. The Deluka girl was taken 1 the Memorial hospital Personal. Miss Helen Hetzlar of Fairmont, the guest of Mrs Frank No«s of COSITOC: DESIGNED FOB THE lOUJffi FAKJUMETTli. Is Prne street. Daniel Dull ager, janitor of toe Church street schwl building who had been in the Memorial hospital for treatment, U able to be taken to his Main, street home Her and Mr'; A. W Barley spent yesterday In Greensburg FEEBLf AGED WOMAN T, 1 . lean Old, ffeakeced by PMWoiia --Ttaol XestoRd Strength. WlitcbMter, Va.--"I am a former'^ wife, 75 years ot ag» and "pneumonia lett m» to a, weak run-down condition so I could aariily keep about and do my work. A neighbor brought ma ViBol and it has built op my strength so fast that 1 thins It is the best medicine I have ever taken --Mrs Jennie Chapman There is no secret about Vlnol--It OT«S tt» success to beef and cod liver peptones, iron and manganese ptptonate* and glycerophosphates, th* oUeat said most famous body- and strength creating tonics Drug Co, Connellvrille, IX C. E»«ou, Dunbar and druggists Smithfield. SKTIttELJ), July t--Paul Eow- aa| of Washington, Pa, was se-iously in an auto wreck 1 on the piVe Washington and Browneville nlfbt His father Dr J E ol this place, was apprised of tb* accident Monday evenn g and T«at orer Monday night and brought him IMBC. Paul doesn't know the CM** of the accident farther than tkat they ran into a plowed fickt ilonj tb* pike that they could not d-9tin- CHi0b from the road. Bis father sajs his Injuries are internal He £ still hi a dazed state, unable to give a coherent account of the happening Clark Downey was a FiUiburg business v sitor Tuesday 33ses Mae K and Gene G-ian.atll and eister Mrs Ruth rioser ot Ctfii- nellsville are the guosti of friends in the borough Afrs "VTary Cunningham a war bride, wbose husband is eider in Cam-p Lee or somewhere over there she doesn't know which as siie has For the girls who are following their' brothers lead in helping the land army and doing scout work thla coitume has been designed It consists of a cotton khaki waist and skirt The skirt is circular and open.! all the waj down the front It i held in place by suspender straps "Mm View, Prends .duFerNaxate" "Take Nuxated Iron »r*b«blr »· rme*r *·" ever net with not hevd from him. tor long time, is compelled on account of the high cost of living and in order to provide a living for her babe and an aged aunt, to sell b?r cow, which irill fo cheap to a cash, bjyer Martin Hope of Point Marion veteran of the Civil war, is visiting his daughter, Mrs Om**r Sutton, for a few days bctoi e leaving for Brie, wbe~e he will go to enter the Pennsylvania Soldiers and Sailors' Home. James C Huhn of SmHhfield, a -veteran of 35 yean, of age, hab made ap plication to be tulmitted to the same institution Henry E Moodv aim Clark Downey have filed the*r questionnaires" with Local Board No 4 M. C Stuck, mine foreman at Borwood, was laid up a few days irith a severe csli. There is one case of measles and 0.1 of whooping cough in the borough The former U la the family of Mr and Mrs Leslie Murphy, and the latter la the family of Mr and Mrs. J N O'N^H Miss Vary S Wool iey of PIttaburg was a borotieh bualcefl visitor Taes M. and Mrs. A J Satton and daugh ter and Mrs L A Grannell *tt«oded th* cnautavqua at Fair chance Tu«- day aveaing at** Inn. It U wAted tawt aver -tare* mfUtoei ,, _ »»amllr «r» takta* It IM tad* eoamtry *!·»·. It haa been highly endoraed and used by auch men aa Hon Leslie M Shaw former Presidential Cabinet Official (Secretary of lee Treasury), United States Juete Atkinson of tb* Court of Claims ol Washington, Jodfo Wox L. Chamber*, Commissioner of toe United States Board of Mediation and Conciliation, formerly Chief jMtrce of the International Court. Samoa, former United /States Senate- and Vice Presidential Nominee Cbarlea A. Tewne ot Minncaota, iormcr V S Sena or Richard Holland Kenney of Delaware tt vresent Atmtant Judge Advocate Grneral U S. Armr, General Joha L. Clrm (Ke- 1ired). the drtimnier bar of Shitoh, who iraa Serteant m the U S Army when only iwerre reara of age. General David Stuart Gordon (Retired), hero of toe oat- tie o{ Gettysburg, physictatta who hare fceen ceenected with well known hospitals hava preienbed and recommended it Fc rmer Health Comtoisaioner Wm R Kerr. of CchicacD, taya it ouuht to be used in every boajMialkad Btescribed Dlf every pbysictan £ A J Suwroan, lal« Police Surgeon of the City of Chicago and former House Sur ·eon Jefferson Park Hospital Chicago, cayl Huxated Iron baa proven through Eit own testa of It to excel any preparation he has erer oatat for creating red blood, bvtldinf up the nerrea, atrengthcmoff the arcades «cd eorrectmc difeative disorder*. r Janea Francis Sullivan, fortaerlj ttician of BtHevue Hospital (Outdoor t New Yarlf, and the Westchtstcr County pital aaya there are thousanda of men and women who need a arrcnfUi and blood builder hut do not anoir what to take. ID his opinion there is nothing better than organic iron-- rjtutated Iron--for enncbiaa; the blood and helping to Inereaso the atrcngth. and endur ance of aaem and woman who horn tip too rapidly their nerroua tnerjy in the atjennous atrajn of tha ajnat laiaifiai conrpeucioa of «»* day If yoa are not ttrenv or iren, yon ewe it to yuraeU to mak* the fojlowmc teat See fcow long yo« caa wwrk or bow far yon can walk without becoming tired. Ifeat take r»o " grata tablet* of Nuxated Iros three ,imes ,.. dar alter roeala for two weeka. Then to -nor strength again and aee how muck you hare gained. led by his cousin Miss Hester Myers Miss Emma Grabensteln of Cum- beiland Is Yisiting at the home of her grandparents Mr and Mrs John Stacer Joseph XiOwery of Fair Hope was a Meyersdale business visitor Tues da Mrs Daniel Dahl returned Monday from Cumberlann where she bad I been visiting relatives for several | days ' I George Miller employed by the Baltimore Ohio railroad company as engineer running out of Berlin I spent Tuesdav here with his family j Miss Helen Kemp is home from Salisbury when" she spent a week 1 vitltmg relathes and friends Edward Kisfeller arriyed here on Monday from Toledo O , for a visit at the home of his uncle and aunf Mr and Mrs W S Lfvengood 3IIRS Sara Smith has returned to Pittsburg after spending a few days here visiting her brother-in-raw and I sister Mr and Mrs J F Reich | Mrs Charles Sanders and daugh- I ter Marie are visiting relatives and friends in Somerset B APTAJtCK Dt I'KICE ITES--STINGS, W«a- UM pots wild wtKtn, nat water-- 2JC--50C--S10W Perryopolis. PERB.TOPOJL S July 3--On June 25 Mr and Jfri Jacob Harris celebrated their SOjJi wedding annivar- sary at their borne a tew miles from town The loSlowins guests were present. M M Cochran of Uniontown, who Is a brother oJ Mrs Harris, Dr. J L Ckichran, Miss Marv Ann Cochran Mrs George Stickler, Mrs Margaret Str*ler Mr and Mrs Andiew Browii and family Mr and! Mrs John Patterson Mr anil Mrs iohn. Krepps Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kreops and son, Ray, V.T and Mrs C H Cuppet and son William, Mr and Mrs Alva Griffith and fam/ly, Mr ind Mr" L C Harris Mr and Mn Ira Blair, Mr and Mrs Ollie Luce Mrs Dli/nli'th Luce Miss Ruth Luce, Mrs W Warn Shear Mrs Will .am Pattoisor Mr and Mrs Hane Luce tud family Mr and Mrs Althi Powell and familj Mr and Mr? GnSth Stephens and dtugH ter Mcxtha Harry Stone Mi^s Thressia Ston James Hasten, Miss Elma Has°on Mr» Margaret Hazel baker Mrs H'llier Mr and Mrs Norton Dodd, vlrs Shoffe'- Mr an1 Mrs Stevens trs Shaufflcr Mis-, Mary Shauttlei Grover Shaulfler JIrs Wyn-er, Mr and ?Irs John Stcivait Mr fjid Mrs B H 7/H- liams and famili, Charles Heath The total numbe- cf guests was 75 An , elaborate dinm i "was ser\ed at the jnoon hour Smrthitmtcrn SUte Ktinwy School, Call/omta, Pa. The eltraordinary nnriber of Southwestern State Normal graduates »ho are now filling Impor'ant positions throughout the cast Is evidence of the thoroughness ot the Institution Forty- week term opens September 2 Opportunity to specialize In Masic Eli cuUon, Kindergarten and Domestic Science Board and room f5 50 per we«k with tmtional assistance to those preparing to teach For catalogue write to W S Hcrtzog, California Pa.--Adr FREE TO. 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MIJYERSDA7 S July 2 --Dr C P Large mar]£ i professional "visit to Addison on Monday The trip wpi. by autorrobile and he was accompan · FREE'ASTHMA COUPON FftOITTIER ASTHMA CO Boom «6T KJatara nncl Hudson fats Buffalo Tt Send trot trial of yoar method to Boy Where You Can Bey For Less Buy where One Dollar will do the work of two. Bny where the rents are the lowest--where prices can be the lowest. Buy at the Pern Traffic Dept Store 303-305-307 INorth Fittsbwg Street, MXw "U A "V "V«fk "fofltfTn * IT Ju A - A X .L1V JLS.Ejl'l ±-» Look over these prices--tl.en. buy and be convinced. Any Siraw Hat in the house for *--U - - _ Mens Dress Hose, all colors, value 2)c a pair, for 13c a pair, or two pairs for Men s Heavy Blue Working Shirts, all sizes, value $1 2", for Men's Suits, all colors and all sizes, d»-| f* ,4Q value up to $27 50, for TM. V JLD.'rO 98c 25c 89c Men's Dress s.nd Work Shoes, values up to $4 48, for . . Ladies' Georgette and Crepe de Chine Waists, ralue up to *6 50, for __, _ Ladies' Wash Skirts, value up to |2 48, for Ladies' Georgette and Crepe de Chine Waists value up to $4 98 for Reduced prices on Ladies' Low Shoes, all sizes ~IN OUR FURNITURE DEPT. $3.98 _98c $2.98 F I R E F R X G E R A T O K S AS LOW AS $ 9. 9 0 Fine Guaranteed Brass Beds $22.50 Good Sagless Springs , $4.50 Good Mattresses $o.OO 50 Ib Cotton Fe3t Mattresses $13.50 Fine So'id Oak Dressers ,, $S.50 ?7 50 Rockers at . $8.50 Duofold Parlor Suits at _ _ $58-50 Fine Library Stands at -- _. . ?!).50 Good Strong Kitchen Chairs at 9Sc Visit our Automobile Tire Department We have some real bargains m strictly first quality tires STORE: CT ALL DAY JULY 4 th Watch Friday Papers for Big Reductions In All Departments 10CA1, AIO) iOKG Tri Stele 673. Bell 84". W. W. Glotfelty Residence 1D1 Haas ATC B COJiNMiisVILI.!-, PA urrAD YTEAIV Horoer's aooc zooooooooooeooooeooooo J. B. KURTZ, ' J HOTARV PUBLIC [j ANP REAL E»TATB. ^ N*. X South Mudow La»» S Cciuwlliivlll* ^a. i 3O3C1OOOOGOCXXX3COOOGOC OOCOC N O T I C E To Merchants, Manufacturers Garages and any one whom it may interest in Connellsville, 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 ,m any one shipment. Phone us your instructions Wells-Mills Motor Car Co. COJfELLSA r ILLE, PA. Bell Phone 1022. Tri-State 502 Rieck's Ice Cream Fresh From Pittsburgh E/ery Day TAKE A HOME Served With Many Delicious Dressings at Collins' Drug Store, 117 S. PITTSBUBG STREET. 1H SORW.V MAPAM-- I'M

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