The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on July 3, 1918 · Page 8
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, July 3, 1918
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WHAH HAPPENING mTHEiffllTOWN $4OO for Fire- for Meyersdale ' ' Convention. COMPANY MAKES DONATION ·"·I ravi*K Camtaat Street Be^ ferre* ta Cwmatttoe* eeaeral Jfew» ;·'·» CeaiKflawiil* Sesstoa; IrersoB flfMekdl..TMn DUeato T. M. C. A. apeeial t.The Courier: L i9COTTDAIjE, July S.--Council met regular session'on Monday eve- .BUls were ordered paid. The ts for. tho past month totaled- S. A check for ?50 was receiv- Sd-from the H. C.Jrick Coke com- ij^ny.with a fetter stating-^that it was work recenUy done .at the Tip- · OHIOPY1.E, July 3.--A meeting was held in the '-if. E. church Tuesday evening and a committee was appointed to meut .in ;the-JI. E. church Wednesday..evening, July 3, at.8 o'clock to arrange .time and ;place dedicate honor flag. " Everyone cordially invited. ' -j ! '. . .Miss Ruth Sailor spent; Tuesday shopping and calling on Connellsville friends'. " -· ." · . ! ' · = . ' . Miss Ophelia Cunningham of Connellsville, was a. recent visitor here. Mrs. Clara Dull, son Robert and Miss Frances Meyers'left .yesterday to attend the funeral of Mrs. .Bessie Meyers:at Connellsville. A number ol guests arrived yesterday at.the Ohiopyle House to spend a short, vacation. Arthur Bailey of " Uniontown, motored, to dhiotyie yesterday and spent the day on business.. OHIOPYLE, July 2.--Mrs. J. Myers and -daughter,- Jtra. R. R. Dull, left Monday for Connellsrille to attend the', funeral of the former's daughter- in-law, Mrs. Bessie Meyers. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wolfe'and son. Albert ^spent Sunday the guest of Mr. ' . works. Le'roy.Baker,, represent-| and Mrs _ F ^ Raflerty _ ;aiss'Elizabeth ; the fire department asked f 01 .^ 12 Rafferty accompanied them home, and will visit her grandparents on Garrett street . : Mrs. Alice Holt sons John and Thomas, Mrs. L. R. Welsh and -Mrs. Pearl .Welsh sjwnt Sunday evening the guests of relatives at Farmington. James Rush of Connellsville. is spending a few days here at the Ohiopyle House. ; Mr. and Mrs. Logan Rush of Con- Efcllsville, are visiting at the Ohiopyle House. Mr. and Mrs. Kirkpatrick left Monday for Johnstown to visit-relatives for a few days. Lawrence Burke, Ralph Potter and Earl Wolfe were among the Connells- ·anal-appropriation »o that the de- t 'jertnient-conld attend the convention laV.'Meyetsdale. Council voted J400 e firemen. The treasurer's re- showed that the following bal- .were in the various funds: foirbage fund, J479.ll; sinking tund, tj»Il,MD.47j... paving . .fund, . J7I2.«:. ' a l . f n n a , . $800.33;- water .fund, raw». »80.%.. 'A'. letter from n firm regarding., the ref 9cottdale.bonds.was turn-over the flriance committee. A ution was passed that the people J*pmestead ave ? u ? De oo^fled that _str«rt committee ~ and'- borouE^ S«ii«taeer witl meet -them at-S "o'clock '·£3«ily. 15 to submit the grade to them. JiTOe matter "of" repaving-the north VnJ Sfei..Chestnut street .was put in the Alaads .ot .the street committee. J. R. ;a5ck«rhoff . made " a ,, report of the ;3iiieting;.of._ Association^ of Boroughs he .had attended. Delinquent -amounting, to |?15.28 for. 1916 -.1917..were, received from S. E. . Baseball (iaaiCT. 3f,i-The Everson baseball team on Mon- Viiay" evening defeated, the Y. M. C. A. at Loncks Park by a 12 to 4.-- The. Intermediates -lirtay Alverton this:, evening, Thursday, morning and 5£bin*a:r Saturday afternoon. . _ . 'ifsjThe'marriage of Miss Marie Maiik. ··.|$aqgjiter of Mr. and'.Mrs. Eroanuel ville callers last evening. Jpr'ank H. Kbhlf of Fanniugton, was a- caller ia town yesterday. ' John Sailor of Chalk Hill, was in town on business Monday. Confluence. r-Jgallk, Sri, of Everson, and ^jaidkiii: of Dunbar, was soh-mnized i-Saturdiy lyening at 8 o'clock by Rev. ^fe'E._..Hutchjnson, pastor of the Pres- litjterian -church. Scottdaie. rhe at- B iJtendaa-fs were Miss Pauline Buss and : l|*a!rew Malik, Jr., a brother of the i JferMe. After the ceremony a -redding jjppper wa» served. Guest i were ijiretent trm Unlontown. Connells- i.JtiUe; Scottdaie and Everson. .Vir. and vjlra: Bodkin will make their ;i«me at JXabar. . . : '^ Beard Beorganiies. 'fi 'The East Huntingdon Uirnship · School directors held a met lias on ijlDEday evening and elected C. FreJ ;i?itPile»t.of Buftsdale, secretnry, and 'JWlward :i_ .Rose..oL.Tail-, trianurer. IflOieie men -have, .bothi '.serr?d two | i ie^ns"on''thf' 6"a"rd.^ The board also ' fi ^·eitled'v/ith' trie tax "collector: ·'··' -^^JoKA Taa Hbrii.0verg*e;s, - ^ | Mr. r and"Mrs!-Fostef-Van-Hc rn ha'2} r ;si»eeived word-that their -aor ; -Lieu- ' M ^jjiwiant. John : . \n;_ : _Hprn;_.;_wlip-_is "a j fl iutplain in the Army, had arrived | * (Safely overseas. " i ^;Sc:;.;.:- ,-Tp_Tls!t.Sea.:. -.-. .; . , | H '..'S.Mrs. 3 Mary E. Williams .and daugh- · f! fler^ Mrs-.: G: W. Gordon, and. son, *'"Varies, .left yesterday-morning foi it.- York City ah,l from there the? go to'visit Paul' WillUjns". a! . pi Mlpto'n.'.- Thiiy .". jrlll :al3O-'.visir ; · son-in-law, Fred Rhcdes, a ! *p'tm*mber c* a band at Fort Slocuni, j - iC ^ J .before they-return.wil vitit Mrs. Rbbdos at Philadelphia and. 3 at Morristown and Plalnfield. | j : /: · " ' ' . .' · i Otter Xcwi I i'. Kancy ' Smith Bair. aged 74 J irs, died at the Alverton 'liome of j son. J."_Henry Bair. yesterday: j r. and.Mrs. J. li. Saylor and Rob- cf-Canton,-Ohib,j are the' , _.jts.o«, Mr. and 3Irs. W. C. ;\clly. 3l7ti. Porterfleld : and J. M. ;-Ctnne!i : !|)S»f£' Monday evening 'for Camj I7pton i '·· ifeVvUit Herman Porterfield and Ray lip^etmeU...- ' · ·'· ' 51ii-Mr». : H.--Lee Shei-man and-Mrs. J. "'fit. Coffman-havc gtme to New Castle $Sni.jnend the week-ijnd ; ^ |f iiA.t.a .meeting o* tlie men-of ibe cni tabopl..heli on Monday Bight;ar rt con- leaned until Tuesday noon it jias d«- tciicd to .work all day July 4.' ' ' s ,J-Mr. ..and -Mrs. .Arthur Moannycr Ej et^Greensburg visited friends, h'.-re'fnr -CONFLUENCE, July 2.--W. S. Bower t who has .been a patient at Frantz hospitalr-for several weeks, was taken to: bis home-yesterday. He is improving nicely. .. The Confluence Leather company, which quit mating 'leather here, is shippfas the supply of birk. on Ivmnd to Cnrwenariile, to a large leaUier company there. Miss Christine Flanagan has returned from a visit with Mends at Somerset. . Charles Humbert, who was called to Pittsbnrg on account ot the serious Illness ot his father, A..R. Humbert, has returned and reports him sliijhtly improved. Misses Jeannette Krepps.and trfiura "Jean C-uppett, who were visiting Miss Louise Augustine and other friends here for several days, have .returned. to their home at-Fayette City. - · ·· ··· : Mrs. H. V; Prince of Fort Hill, wa» aiioppinj and visiting friends here yesterday. Waal Help! . Then UM oar classified column, irons will follow. Re- buUts That Frail, Nerrons Women Can Speedily Become Strong and Vigorous A Vigoroos Healthy Body, ' Sparkling Eyes and HeaJtb- . Colored Cheeks Come in Two Weeks, 'Says Discoverer of Bio-feren. WorlcP* Grandwt He*Mi Builocp Coste Ffoomc U n l e s s It Gim to W o m e n the Buoyant He«Jtfa They Long for. How Can I Invest My Money to Get 6% With Safety? I must have bonds.that'wifl fit my rjnrse-- ! I Bonds that will always twworth 100 -cents on the dollar, and will a!vavs pav 6% interest, promptly-- I Bonds that I will not ever have to worry about i can fet them, so I have learned after thorough study, from S. W. Straus Co., investment bankers. This house has sold bonds to investors and wage earners for over 36 years · without the loss of one dollar of principal or interest to a single customer. Their organization is based on the Straus Plan--sound financing under time- tried methods. Protected 6% Investments They are trained to safeguard the interests of their customers, and the fact that their work is all in one class of securities, gives them an expert knowledg« that is very valuable to investors, large and small First mortgage bonds on improved real estate in America's most prosperous cities, safeguarded under the Straus Plan are one form of securities that have remained nn- affected in war times. Write today for this book "6% On Your Sayings Wkh Safety." It tells how you can invest your savings under the Strata Plan in bonds of $100, $500 or $1,000, and be sure of your interest payments the day they are due, in cash, without the least bother on your part. It will be sent you without charge or obligation. Ask for Book So. XCS88. STRAUS CO. 1»0 BBOABWAT, SUIT YORK. ' Tliirty-»i3t Years Without Loss to Any Investor Dickeraon Run. D1CKBRSON RUN, July 2.--Rer. and. Mrs. H. A. Baum of Dawson, were calling on friends here last evening, j Kev. H- A, BBttm bM received i j card from F, St. Shownl ter, a former Plttsbuxc k. Lake Rrie railroad en- gin Mr, saying he had arrired safely in France. He enlisted in the engineers. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Myers are spending thia week rlirdns relatirec and friends at Sharon. Frank Hepler hais returned home after spending a very pleasant visit i with his mother at Greensburg. i W. A. Smith returned to work here i yesterday after a short rtsit with his family at Bearer Fails. , W. H. Bnrkett spent Sunday with MB family at Cumtxirland, Md. ! Mise Mabel I'enn was calling on Uniontown Crienils last evening. [ Mrs. F. X Newell was the guest of friends at ConnellsviUe yesterday. ! Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Beatty motored to SummiU yesterday afternoon. Mrs. John Lint Js spending a few . days visiting her daughter. Mrs. i George B. Marshall at NormalvUle. ! Gerger Doff of Perryopolis, spent yesterday here visiting his brother, H. · T. Duff. ! George Kntm is spending a few days on t. business trip to Wheeling, W. Va. The, COASTLINE to _ . i : .Raj r K*pner has returned to' Lang- l«rjF'«l*». Hampton, Va., after a fur- loajfb. iaere. |;JT«uue and Ruth TBTerkman [ire the or. W. F. Holzer of Clreen ' OUT WRINKLES KEEP SKIN CLEAK 'most delicate skin will quickly the soothing and tonic cf- o Uokara when - tai» puro skin it ued. Jha a masaage cream -or- after shav- H it i»- unequaled, removing all irritation*, , and- mating -the skin soft a little:to tie hands or face' alter w.aihloi; and anrnrlte yourself wtJ« the dead Jkin that eoznes oil . Hokara Is the onrj- anUaeptlc masit Mf» clean, and: all akin 'bleniuhcs' »«»o*aajpear when it i» used. ; ' far_ superior, to the ordi-j ereama ud sold on a! ot "belt yon ever used or' tack." yet-the nrice is a, trifle, M)r^Jtc for a liberal jar: larger, size Clarke.- ' It la nt* to «ay that ncbMran la thla Mr cltr ar« tea* of thon«and «f w«*k, narvoui, run-down,. d«pra«««4 ! women who In two weeks' flm* coaM .'·Mke tb«ms*lTea BO bealtby, «o attra**- tire and o ke«n-mind«l that th«r would compel the admiration of all tb»ir frluidc Tlit rlul health briMinc el«n«nt« that th«*« despondent women lack ar» all plentifully eupplled la Blo-feren. · *lt yon are imbltlouv, craTe Bucceoa In Hfe. want to have a. heajtay. vlsor- ovf body, clear skin and' eye* that ·how no dullneM. malce up yovr nlnd to ot a packagt ot Blo-fwra rlcki ·war. - · . ' · It eoatl but little and yow ea:i ret an original package at aay drugtfat anywhere. , Take two -tablet* aftnr each meal and. one at bedtime--eeven a day for aeren due--then one after neale OB all are rone. Then If you don't feel twice a rood, look twice ae attractive iaaS feel twice 'ae atronr Mi before yon itarted. your money H wUUnr for yoa. It belonre to yon,, for tbe diacoverer of Blo-feren doeen't want one penny of It unleu It fulfills all elalms.- Hete I. FfeTBldraei There la BO eecrct about the formula, of Eto-ferea, It Is printed oo every packare. Here It It: bodthtn; Calcium Hycero-phee- phate; iron Peptonate; Uanra-Deee Peptonate: Bit. Nnx VomMa: Pawf. Oentlan; Phenalpktlialeln;. Oleoreda Capsicum: Xolo. Indian Creek. WkM Tea Tf aaH JUTtfttaV an Claaatart Co INDIAN CEEBK, Jniy 1.--JCss Jean. Illig is spending a few days among : Mill Hun Iriende. j Mr. and Mrs. H. B. IBrowp spent ovor Sunday among Confluence friends. ' '· Mrs. Kodney Woodmancy and son Russet spent' over Sunday among Bear Run friends. "William Thrasher of Casparis, spent over Sunday here with his parents, Mr..and Mrs. William Thrasher. ,' Mrs. Simon N'icklow spent Scoday · jnight in ConneliBville visiting her 'son, 'William Beatty at the Cottage hospital. " . ! T. W. Daberko is a business caller hi ConnellsriUe today. j Gilbert May o( Cocnellsviile spent '· ever Sunday with his parents J. C. Hoy. at Mill Run. i Engine No. 1 on the Indian Creek .Valley railroad has been put ia serv- jlce after being shopped for past two j years. . I William Stewart spent over Sunday . among Bear Run friends. 1 "William Holsing, superintendent .lor tbe Rogers Coal company, spent over Suaday with his family at Dunbar. Banting Bargains t You will find them in our ad. columns. Just Over the Bridge Com-ntTJlle (Went Side) For tbe Fourth AN EXCURSION T O Woodland Park (Ashtabula Harbor. Ohio.) Special Train Leaves CONNELLSVILLE 6 . 3 0 A . M . $2.25 Round Trip P. L. E. R . R. F. T. EVANS ESTATE . BOTH PHONES. Real Money Can Be Save* by Having Tomr Hat Cleaned and Reblocked Into .tbe Latest Shape by oar Experienced and Expert Hat Cleaner, who makea a special study of all Panama work. We use no acids and guaractce all our work to be the beat Established 1W6. Tbe American Up-to-Date Hat Qeaning Parlor J. t. PXKBDS, Fnydetor. Ill W. Crawtord Av«, CONNEULSVILLB; PENNA. JULY 4th INDEPENDENCE DAY A holiday--an anniversary. We will observe it according to our individual desires, but let us ail unite in, one sentiment, one hope, one prayer. Wherever our paths lead upon this great day, let our hearts be filled with unalloyed rejoicing and abundant inspiration in the splendid successes of our. Army arid Navy--and those of our brave AlEes. / Let us emulate die spirit of those patriots whose signatures to that great declaration of principles made possible this day of celebration- I Let us all again sign a Declaration: of Independence, and stand by i, in spirit and in fact. ' -..W Store Gkxed AH Day Ttranday. , pARAMOUNTTHEATRE. -TOBAI -TEtE SKtSXTION OF THE AVJUai'lT BUSES AMBRKA3T "The Man Without a Country' OWE OF THE ItSOaOtTS GEH4TB3T STABS, M-CEEMCS LA BAM5. .-. ;.,,M..-. i i ~f THE BBST P1CTHEB THM" EJ£ KV±5K UKER SHOWN AND THE GHEATaWT ACHWG IS SHOWN IN TEOS PBODOCTWM. JOSO (XSSXSHI KVtlNTS. ' ' Manhattan Cafe --TBS-- Willard Sl.RVIti S F A I I O N Carroli Battery Co. A Factorj Tralaei Battery Maa. J.N. Trump IITE LIN TRANSFER HOTOn TIWSCK. ·o'rora PU9C09 AJID HOHTIHQ a SPBCU.I.TT; FAME.Y BVEHJiTUlNO COOKED LUCE 1 AT HOME, I . Strictly Fresh, Clean and Pule. ASK FOR OUR SPECIAL CLUB BREAFAST · AND SUNDAY DINNER, "Oar Pastries Are DelicionV Because They ; An Hooaemade." NEXT POOK TO WESTjPBMN WATTING ROOM. SOISSON THEATRE FORKT 1. BBOTT ABO) COHPAHX AXX KETADiBB FOR THIS TTEEK. Tbe cpmetfn are changed three times as usual--Monday, Wed- nead«y and FrMar. Theze is also fho addition of raodeviUe acts which are chanced Monday and Thursday. PICTURES AS T5SOA1. More laughs than sobs -will be ths offering on the screen bere- aftor. ItOSSKBS AT 2, 7 jUTD » P. JL Next PYiday the attraction will be. a number of amateur songs, dejwet and other vaudeville acts---which will please alL Anyone wishing to enter th ( contest lor tie best singer or dancer, or other a-ainstng specialty, will please call at tie Soisson Theatre office. , ' - . ' · Prizes win be given away and awarded according to the decision of the audience. : · . · · IN»'t IDn the FOB, TWs Contest is Open to Att. ORPHEUM THEATRE --TODAX-- Jetee L. Lasky Presents Dainty VIVIAN MARTIN IN "EJrClAIltKD GOODS* Mao fhe "Screen Telegram" and a Stand Comedy. WILLIAM S. HAST TJNT .J3oming-- Guy Borpey in "OVEH THE TOP." Commercial Printing of all Kinds Done at 15he Cotirier Job Printing Office.

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