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$? ; ^fiS^^^^^^®!^Mi|P^^||F''®'ifiS^I^^^^S*PS#§l *--ffi$ L ^$ : "K^: SATURDAY. JULT 6, 1918. "U^ _ -r-ULSVILLE, PA. PAGE THREE. If. I'i · I. : :fe: of ti«»r comraite, John J. Ro«won. In BaatConelltTilleytsterdiLj- after- Boon, to cdftbrate "his 77th birthday, tbe trip being made In automobiles. After being showered with congratulations by hi: comrades, Sir. Robinron made an address of welcome. .-The next period wa* taVen up'with a solo by Hiram Richter. Captain Edmund Dunn gave a "splendid talk on "The Battle ot Gettysburg, Fifty-flTe-Years Ago." Short-talks were liven by.Rev. G. W. Buckntr, Colonel M. 3.-'Barnhart, W-. H. Sb»w and. others.", Delicious refreshraenta were served by Mrs. Robinson, assisted by her daughter Mrs. Charlea Baer and Misses Ruth and .Grace Robinson. All the guests . report a very ' enjoyable lime.: The. veterans extended a vote of Uianlts to Mrs. Robinson and her aides and to!ley. . .. J. E. Sims and J. Fred Kurtz, whi so I Miss Elsie. N. Weihe left yesterday kindly donated-their automobiles for I * ° r few -York City, .to' .take .'a six .the occasion. j weeks' course at tbe Columbia Uni- · Ftttm.'seatbwn ot tfce. WUlta«»-P. (Miss Kae, Elleard.-.the'latWr of Unlon- Kurtt Po»t Nj. 104, Grand'Army ofltown, remaineiT for a:' -·--"··-·- the Republic, 3*embled at tbe home · · · · -PRSONALS. Ml .H. Shaffer is visiting, friends in AMERICAN COAST ARTILLERY MAN GIANT FRENCH GUNS Republic and Brownsville today: t ., , Bichard.. Patterson,. ;of BrpwnWiile i will leaTt for New York Tuesday; morning to report to the S. J. Harry j Company which .is,.-working.-' in the Catskil! mountains on" Jthe;' Catskili i aqueduct. : He is' a foreman of. the j company. · . j Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dougherty of the j South Side wentr'to Meyersdale this morning;. - .' '.'. . . -.' ., The b«t place' to shop, after all: Brownell Shoe Co.--Adv. Mr. »nd Mr*. A. E. Wagoner arrived home last, evening'after a.week spent with -relatives at Alliance, 0. They motored i to ''Brownsville and completed the journey home by trol- versity. Shampooing, dandruff treatment. switches made from combings; Mrs. M. C. Phillips, 159 North Third street, | W. S.--Adv.-6-lt.' C., to visit friends. fMiss Elizabeth Evans, who was critically ill at her home in Lincoln avenue, is convalescing. ' Yesterday, she was able to sit up for about three hours. Mrs. E. Hague of r Jniontown is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.'George Con- night Rev. A. N. Slayton, rector of St. Peter's Episcopal church, Uniontuwn, officiated atthe marriage of Miss Florence Weir Bliss, daughter of Mrs. A. W. Bliss, or Uoioatown, and Charles Lanahan of Baltimore, solemnized today at noon in the home of the'bride. Only the immediate relatives and friends were included in the guest list. There were no attendants. The bride was given in marriage By her uncU. H. P. Gllmore of Baltimore. Following an informal wedding dinner Mr. and Mrs. Lanahan left on a wedding trip. They'will be, at home on September 1 at Filston .Manor, Glencoe, Md., ijr. Lanahan'sVountry home. Miss Nora Lynch, daughter of Mr. aad Mrs. John Lynch 'ol Uniontown, and Howard V. Mullan of Chambersburg, were quietly married Wednesday afternoon by Rev. E. A. Hodil, pastor ol the Third'· Methodist Pro- teaKaat church. Uoionlown. The bridegroom retained this morning to Fort- Benjamin Harrison, Indianayo- ! Jfr - aBd Mrs - "W 'Wetherell of Pitts- lis. where b»-is attached to Company !bllrc ' ""ere summoned here last night A, 63rd Engineers. The bride will re- . by Ihe "'ness of the former's father. sid« with her parents until the close! A - *- "Wetherell of North Pittsburg. ol tbe war. . Paul "WeUwrelt, who has been visit-- . i:ig in McKeesport, also, returned last Miai Mary Griffin was hostess at th* regular .meeting of the. T. C. T. Fancywork club last evening at her hoot* it East Cedar avenue. Knitting, fancy work, music and other amusements were indulged in and a most enjoyable time was had. i were served. [National Crop Improv.emftnt" Service.] Anybody Can 'Build This 7 ; . a Glass . .One of the flrjt photographs shoR-iUK that our coast artillerymen are no w manning the giant French guns, having !become eiperi in handling 1hem. · ' TO DEDICATE FLAG Serrice In United Presbyterian Olmrch Set for Sunday Evening. The service flag . of tbe United [Presbyterian church; w i l l . b e dedi- Miss Frad* Rhodes of Greenwood! cated at the. evening service Sunday, left this morning for Washington, D; i Attorney Lloyd G. Cborpenning of I Uniontow.n will deliver the'dedicatory j address. During the service a United States'flag, the gift of Jay C. Staut- fer, will be presented. The.full program follows: , . . . Prelude, orchestra; singing, M God Our Refugee" "When Our Hosts to Battle Go;" anthem, choir; scripture lesson; prayer; singliig. "The Sol- Mrs. Martin King of South nellsville .returned home last from Rockwood where she visited at the home of her brother. William Newcomer. ; ; Miss P.earle Sandles is visiting her uncle*aml aunt, U, S. Werner and Miss Ella Werner of Rockwood. FIELD MEET DRAWS CROWD JUNE RECEIPTS $894 ln(«rcstiiir IViiimmi ul Dickerson Run ¥. M. C. A. on 1'onrtn. ·A big .crowd'attended the Fourth 's Report Shows $610 Collected in Fines; 114 Arrests. During the month of June the poof July celebration at the Y. M. C. A. j ij ce made 114' arrests according to the at Dickerson Run. It was an ideal i report o( the mayor's department. A day for a Held. meet. The Y. M. C. A. j tpta! of fS!» was. collected in floes i won boli morning- and afternoon ball ' an! ) )l ce nse tai.' The cash received | games from Dimbar; the morning I trom fines totaled ?610 and from the · game ending 8-5, the afternoon 17-4. j license tar S276. License, receipts The ncld. program, in the afternoon, · reached a total of J8. follows: Baseball throw, won by .William . Budd, prize, baseball bat; boys' hun- Of the 134 prisoners arrested 10 were discharged and six committed to the cells. Twenty-four were sen- T HE heat of Uie sun is usually ample lo dry any kind of vegetables or irult - Some device;, under glass, should be made which con: be ·venti- lited which will help puss oil the moisture. The iUustrattou,'sbows an ordinary hot-bed sasb.fitted to the..top.of a plain, hoard bor... Inlhe box us a stretcher .made a", nraslln. On tie sides of the., boi are two incubator lamps, the chimneys of which puss · through the boy under "the "nrbElin:and up the other side. A eqtmre metal "drum" or heat spreader is 'fitted' into" this pipe so as to give a greater radlntion from the incubator .lump -in ^cloudy, coolj weather, or. at night. .When the sun is shining no heat ·svJH.b** accessary. , Owing- to the shortage of sugar'and the price of tin ware,-the %reat build of onr garden surplus should be evaporated or dehyOrated. ^.The- old days of dried apples, bnve come again. In preparing- potatocs-they-sbxmjifbe aiiced, as for. Saratoga Chips,.and when the moisture is-eitracted they^may be put In » bag and kept away from the rats and make jnst as gpodjxjoklnj potatoes a« before. The Bame-pJan can be made on_a larger scale Lf^desired; All Inquiries of this nature are referred to Dr. H. B. Hortou, -Agricultural; Commissioner, American Steel nnci Wire Company, Chicago,,who_wjll furnish,'- ftin instructions how to moke drying plants. Dr. Horton is devoting his to veeetable conscrMtlon aod !s_on " ^ - - -- ' dred-yard dash, Paul .Ramsier, field- | tenced to work on the streets and 74 er-s mitt;, ladies' race, 50 yards,-a tie, paid fj nes . Constables prisoners de- i dier's Psalin;" announcements; - of- i between Mrs. Hattlc Devars and Miss j talned daring the month numbered 11. j ferfng; presentation of the United States flag; presentation of sen-let flag; acceptance of flags. Rev. W. .J Everhart; reading of names of those for whom the stars stand and pre- anr them, choir; dedicatory address, At- sentation of tributes of honor; pnlrcrsal Jflleape Tickets. Universal miieage tickets to be sold ! basic rale of 3 cents a mile are at Noah Anderson, who has been ill of torneT Lloyd G. Chorpenning, Union-j prize being a pair of tennis shoes; typhoid fever, is able to be about town : dedicatory prayer; singins., potato race, Abe Neft, pocket knife; again. ' "Guard" Our Soldiers;" benediction; ess race, Emma Belle Livingstone, night. Paironiie who adrenlsi. HOLD BASKET PICNIC Dainty re-jl-'»«e .tinwd, »»nb»r, Hnaor G(Mt at G*tkerin$r.»t IVhirinn Furnace. .Mr. and Mrs.,Andrew.Morrow and The Intermediates of the' United i dauphter of Un'iontown. cav«'a Pr««b3rteriaii Sunday , school . held aiket plcaicion tie Fourth ininonor of ywterday at tue South. Oon- ; Isaac Minerd of Dunbar. The picnic bathing f be.ch, vith about | wa, : .-Id at the Wlanon , OPur»«, j . m attendance. Various j near the Summit, the old .borne and! orchestra. D.VTIB HUTCH.IXSOS TTR1TES XOTKKR OF HIS SAFETT. Mrs. David Hutchinson of Franklin has received word of the Rose "\Vlngrovo, later run again and won by Miss Wlngrove, pair of silk j hose; fat men's race, Edward O'Brien, i dress shirt;, base running. Fred Knight, who won -in a drawing after \ three sprints with 'John Bobbs hart j t o be lssucd OT a " the goTcrnment- failed to make either the winner, the | "Pirated railroads August 1, or as soon after that date as practicable. These tickets will be good 'on not only all government lines, but they James - w111 be accepted in. payment for P»I1- | man accommodations or excess baggage and all other charges. " safe arriTal in France of her son, Charles Hutchinson, who IE with Company D, 305th tnfantry. LEAVES TO VISIT Mr«J- Jane Connolly and daughter. ladies' purse; shoe Young, cuO links. The jridges worn Richard Flelrt- son, S. ,''. I. Momingstar, J. C. McGill and George Wbipkey. The Y. M. C. A. band .furnished music throughout the day. WEEKLY REPORT Smith, who is In training. ^ Burns Prove Fatal Fred Khoads, .foreman of a corps of men running a line from Blackfield to the new plant of the Penn Ek-ciric company at Rock-wood, died Wednesday morning at the Memorial - - - - - hospital, Johnstown, of burns suf- HUSIUND CT CAW Of Receipts and Deliveries of Coal : fered when he came in contact with i*nst be Hade by J*»Jtrs. j a lire wire on June 15. WASHINGTON, July 6.--Weekly A. A. Wetlterell 111. A. A. Wetherell Is ill of pneumonia Mrs. Harry Smith, left yesterday morning'for Camp Lee, where they {reports as. to receipts and deliveries! will visit Mrs. Smith's husband, Harry I will be required ol all coal dealers in ! the United ·n-oek. Thfl system TOUJfG M125 FB05T THIS SECTION JEXLIST New England for several weeks and Among" the enlistments in. the H.egu-1 thi Fuel Administration has notified States, beginning- this-: at bis home In North'Plttsburg street I His condition is Improved today. has been in effect In Send Whitman's to Yosr . . . t . . . · - -'· - ··· Friends in tk Senice Nothing is -more 'appreciated by an Army or ^ man than a box of canfly. There isn't any better^ tiian Whitman's, so why not include some ia the nisxt bol: you ! ' -~ send to training camp or overseas? : : We Have It In All Size Packages. :: Collins' Drug Store South Pittsburg Street ; Want Help! . . , -. . . , ! · ^-- · -- -- . -- ;- Among me enusunenia in. tne Jten- ^ " * ".i n.iAjmuia*iiuiun uns nouDea -rha« ic ft..^ «i...iAa^ i n ±±^!±, TZ! "^ I' 0 and * i " rt 55?«« °^^I?- ^^^ '« ^ « ««··,,,* ,^^r TM* ·· TM,_ dealers that their supply of coa, "« "" Z*TM'TM ^^ *" . gentral «ood time .w»s had. in which he resided is torn down, but a part of the old fiirnace and tbe or- Jlra, John Duggan. Jr., is hostess ! chard are still there. Tbe apple trees} a-n--m.. at a charmingly appointed part]: this \are laden with fruit. A most enjoy-' ' able day fan afternoon at her summer home, "Linger Longer," near the Summit, following young men from this wi " he mi ° ft unless they furnish by -G. F. Bnrkhardt, Sonth Con- ! Ju '*' 30 * required reports. H. G. .McCloy, Donald A.I irthur T. Bird and Vincent) ABOUT READT. la bonor of two recent brides, her sist»r. Mrs. John T. Wurtz.'ajui her siswr-iu-law, Mrs. Arthur Byrne of Scottdale. Tbe hours are trom .£ to i o'clock. Among the guests -are: Mrs. James B; Stader. Miss Ann Donnelly and Miss Genevieve Soisson. ^ SP ! n l^ f * 1 !_S. r ' ! L" nt " i J- Ma'gliere, Scottdale; John B. Murt-i left at 7.30 o clock trom lmnd| . Dawson: Martin W. Shofranko; First SnUonars Traile Kcrl..w the residence of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Inks in 3lr. Morrow's truck, arriving at their destination at 11 o'clock. -were pres- rrow, their The following relatives ent: Mr. and Mrs. 'Mo daughter and niece, Uniontown; Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Minerd and son, Mr. -- . . ' . j and 'Mrs. C. L. Inks and sou Clyde, Th» names of Harry Percy and; jj r5 . Elizabeth Rout, Mr. and Mrs. John William McGraw have been add- j Leroy Stillwagon, Joseph Slillwagon, ed co the honor roll of the Pirit Bap- j Mibe'i Stillwrngon, Connellsrilie; John i and Michael Feminaky, Mount Pleas- PKIVATE LEO XULIES wni Be Issoed This Wetk. Every business man shoQld read it. It gives in clear, concise form facts and figures which have a vital bear- Cla*sltted Adr ;rn-.-mr.t» Bring results. Cost only Ic a word. MRS. ROSE A. BROOKS. Mrs. Rose A. Brooks, a former well O.V 15-DAY FURLOCGH.Ting on in4ustrial and commercial con- I known resident ot Dawson, died this Private Leo Mullen is spending a : aitions throughout the country. Send I morning at the home of her sister. IS-day furlough at his home at Trot- j your address to the First National I ilr s. P- W. .McCune, 201S Jenny Lind broken leg which he got playing ball j Adv. at fort' Washington. list church, bringing the number up to thirty-two. At tbe quarterly business meeting of the First Baptist Church · held Wednesday night at the close, of. the."regular prayer services the church treasurer reported receipts a-mounting to J1.0J5.7S. and disbursements amounting to Jl.046.39, The missionary treasurer reported J154-20 received aad 1151.50 disbursed- The Sunday school treasurer received in the 'general Cund 9185.83, 1 and paid SM9.83. The debt fund shows a balance on, hand of 5234.74. The monthly-meet- ins of the board of trustees w i l l - b e held Tuesday evening in the church. All members of the Baltimore Turnbnll, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Connor and daughter. Miss Elizabeth Cpn- ·nor. Brace Connor, Theodore Connor, J. A. Mason, E. C. Eekert, Miss Lucy Whitcnu.rch. Miss Mar Whitchtirch, Miss Betty Whitchnrch, Miss Hannab Nargren, all of Uniontiwn, and Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Minerd of Dunbar. BLACKS HOLD REUNION ter. Leo is just recovering from - a iBank of ConneDsvillc. No charge. -- street, McKeesport, after an illness ot I several mouths, according to word re---- | ceived her**. .Mrs. Brpoks had been a Pool Famllr Hold Reunion. j resident ot McKocsport almost ran- The Pool family reunion was held : tlnuouslj- Jtincu 1390, but she was on the Fourth of Jn!y at Ihe home of ! widely known in Fayettc county. At lr « »°« . . n He likes army : only life. Leo : is a son of Mrs. A, J. Miller. TSOTTEB 3IAX VISITS John I William "Pool at Pennsville in bonor j McKccsnort she was an active worker BIIOTHEBS IS CAMP.! of his sistor, Mrs. Harriot Pool Stein- in the .Methodist Episcopal church, of . Mullen ol Trotter, spent. er, who is 87 years old. At noon an [which she bad long been ^ member. The, COASTLINE to The ddtetiti of yoor vacation befin the moment you boird K D. ,C. Goal! Line StcuoeT lor boutifut Mwkitiac hland-for but of tbe delijbtft are in the Lake voyage. Railroad ticket! are honored on all D. C. Line tteasiera ^ith* o u t extra ciiarce. . . . The D. C. IntifnU inruret the belt in'appi.'itnjenlt. cufcb'e. ad · pttuiiukiac Mrvice. Safety and bcattb .-vliionk are all that could he desired* - - - - - · All Iteamera are ecjuipped wub. Inteat -wirelcai tervice. All water it iterilued by uiira violet ray orocel*. Two mlendid yetr*lt-- City of Macklpae II and Ctty-of Atoena-11--operate four time* a" week to Mackioac l»land From Toledo Moadari and Saturda"ya"8 JO 'A. M.. Toeadayt- and Thurtdara 6K» P. M. From Detroit Mcudart and Saturday! 5:00 P. M , Wednea- daya and Fridara 8JO A. M Bead 3^ent atanp for illustrated pamphlet and Grea: Lake» map. Addroa J-. C. 1.EV/1S, C. F. A., 9 Third A' ~ TO MACUNAC - !suua) From - - -Ii»ala- JI1.00 Round lrip.19.00 From - - Oevckod'l 9.00 Round (rip. H.W From Toledo - -J TJS »o»ni Bin 13.00 From Detroit :it5o l»»dlrtp :KJ» Thursday with his brothers. Peter and j elaborate dinner was sen-ed from ,'Sbe was bora near Dawson,. a daugb- Joseph, at Camp Lee. He says the i tables arranged In tbp large orchard. boys are well and enjoy army lite. Rev. Myers ot Scotdale delivered »n i address. Among the guests were Mr. SAXFEL TllESSLER, 'AVETTE Pool's three children, Mrs. Susan SOI.IUKK, SETEKKIT ffOIJATJEI) JHarbaugh. Jlrs. A. Higby of'Penns- Hciiarrd Assemble i« First Annual' Mr. anj Mrs. Samuel Trcssler oIJTllle, and David L. Pool of Scottdale. GaU»ri»f at Accldfat, Jfd. The Black family held its first annual · reunion near , Accident, Md, along the Oakland pike, on the Fourth of July with about 100 members of the clan in attendance. A reunion as- souiatioo was formed and officers Onto Veterans' association of ihc Con- I were elected as follows; uellsTille division, are invited to an anniversary celebration to be held by the Veterans' association of tiie Pittsburg division, Monday '.'-ening. July. S, in Odd Fellows' hall at Hazelwood. Miss Mary Belle Rue, daughter of Mrs. C. A. Rue of 226 Sonn Arch street, and Andrew Tober, Jr., were married at Cumberland, Md.. yesterday morning.- They were accompanied . ip Cumberland by Miss Bdna Poiier and Roy HalhiU, ' announcement ' of whose marriage was made. yesterday. The young people, left on Baltimore Ohio traia No. 10 the nigh', of the Fourth, and returned -yesterday - evening. Mr.'an dMrs. Tobcr will reside temporarily 'at the home of the bride's parenu. Mr. Tober was registered- ill. Jvnt among the twenty-oners. Mii4 Gertrude Grimm, Misses Belle, iilla. Jennie and Elizabeth Gray, and President, James M. Black of Meyersdale; -secretary,-V. M. Black of; ter of John M. and Hannah M. Cochran, and spent her early life .in that community. Surviving are two daughters, .Mrs. Trank Soles and Miss Katharine Brooks; one sister, Mrs. Mc- Cuae, and two brothers, A. C, and E. Oniontown, received word last night, Other guests were from Councils- B. Cochran, Knoxvllle, Tenn. Pu- that their son, Joseph, 23 years old, ivllle, Pittsburg, Youngwood, Scott-j neral services, will be conducted Mon- with the United States-Artillery, was [dale, Greensburg, Hunker and other day evening at S o'clock at the" McCune home, with Rev. V.'^J, Turner "of Uio Pirst Methodist Episcopal church at McKeesport, and Rev. pr. Andrew M. Shea of the South Avenue severely wounded on June 5th. The | points, yonng man^ enlisted- in the artillery! " April, 1917, and had been in France! Scxl Bond Issue $8,000.000,000. A bill authorizing the Fourth Liberty loan, to be floated in October, The for .months. BROAD FOED HOT, 1JT FBA.XCE, TOUIES HOKE. amount is. fixed at $8,000,000,000, Miss Ruth Stillwagon of Broad 1 which increases the war bond author- · . . i ·Will" ' ' .Wl»n J V U k u wuii»""(u" «·- *^i%.«« i J T i.it,!, im,, CH.OGQ '.UC Vtill U Confluence, and treasnrer,. Wll lam , fl re ccived a letter from Oliver ! izations to 522,000,000.000. TI.Ai; ~t ITntnntA^m. Ttl» ~nm*ntt*ti*l · ' -"*" _ . _ . . . _ ' , , w - v , x j ^ u . Black of Uniontown: . The committee "which planned the initial reunion was composed of " Mrs; A; B: Kurfcs. C6nnellsTilie: Mrs. Milton Black, Somerr set; John F. Black, .Dlck'ereon Run, and V. M, Black of Confluence. If It. Felonloni Charged with felonious. . shooting and carrying conceaVetl weappn WHlam Joc^ion/ a negro, was milted to jail by Alderman Colborn, last ntghL Robert nipih. also ·epl^ ttred. charged Jackson: with felonious shooting. ' .On 'Wednesday nigbt he -la. alleged to have shot at Mrs:; l«wie, bis boarding mistress, who fled- to the Miss Alberta Schnyler' ha-ye returned .JFIfpln home for assistance. kome from Listonburg. whure they] He was arre«t«l by Patrolman D. were guests at a delightful house ', H. Turner and an; additional . charge party given over the Fourth of July j of carrying concealed weapons pre- by -Mrs, Charles, McMillan. Missjferred against him. by Constable B "-"'- Edna Cook. Misa ; Mya-: Fisher and Stillwagon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wai- { ter Stillwagon of Broad Ford, telling. 1 L Medical Society of his safe arrival somewhere in I The annual picnic of the Fayette lJUrg, officiating. The remains will be brought to Dawson Tuesday morning, where further services will be held in tbe Cochran Memorial Methodist Episcopal church at 30.30 o'clock, Rev. H. A. Baum, the pastor, Y.M. C. A.CaUs for 4000 Meo I The following volunteers wanted irS rnediatd); for overseas' service:-- 5$) Business Men-; 500 Chauffeurs and Mechanics;500 Piy-iical Directors;5QO Social Secretaries: 2000 Hut Secretaries: For information, write £. D. Pouch-^ % Y.M.CA'.,$47 Madison Ave.,lN. : V;( No More Guesswbri when you bake. No ruincil3)a»try»su poorly done bread, no wasted mats^ia ·--no worry, because of wrong ovef regulation. ."" '.'-..'. . Z Prince. He writes that Prance is a County Medical society will bo h e l d ] ..beautiful place, but England .is -far | Thursday, July ]i; at the Summit bo- more beautiful. The letter states thai tel. Dinner will be serveVi at 1 (officiating. ·he. is in" the best-of health. SAXJiUSKY IS MADE . SEROK,VXT AT CA3TP LEE. .TVed Sandusky, who has been in | '·' training for some time, at Camp Lee, j * was made a sergeant a-few days ago.'j "He will train new draftees prepara-j tory to sending them on overseas Interment sry. will be SXITHTOS PHTSICIAS LHVI FIRESTONE. Levi Firestone, a. veteran of the Civil war, died this morning at 13.30 o'clock at his home near G-ilmores Mill, following a lingering illness lie had resided in Bullskin township _ . ,..-.- j the greater part of his lite. His widow "JrOSSlble Vision j and -family of grown children survive. First-o£ all we give you a j careful examination to deter-' mine your defects of vision, and; MKS. WILLIAM J. WOODAI-L. The body of Mrs. "William J. Wood" «-'««" re this moraing oa Bal- SERVICT. j then we have ground a pair of If. Dr. .Charles. H.'Bolsseau of Smith.-; lenses that will give you the ci ton, - w h o several weeks ago enlisted: best possible vision and the;neral Director J.. E. Besides ; Grove cemetery for in the Dental Reserve called, for duty and left ago for Camp Upton, N. Y. C °flw''dlys S reatest ^ c°mfort. we see that the lenses are prop- i number of Connellsville friends of the B APTAXCE E» imiCli TTES--JSTTNGS, W^th.puuwilh *ann, lift w«t«r-- fhmmppb- ·rcrsrr Ro tiler. SOflX FBATKB. Gnwted JTarrfiife Ucemm. Charles Newell and Nora Randolph, jboth of Mount Pleasant; Thomas (Drew of Point Marion, and Mary Darid ?of Uniontown; Thomas.Kegg and Lid- j die Reckner, both of Uniontown, were granted' nuirriagc berland. licenses in Cum- Rmtker S^rlnnly HI. A. H. Hampton of Dunbar, was called to l^oledp.'O.. Vy.the seripns-m- "pt.-Bte"Tir'btner;'.-l^«niT: Hamjftbn;' erly adjusted, so that they pre- .sent the best possible appear, -- ^r.ce, and are becoming to the S*«ate Asks President,to Issue Feoe- ftfeatures. Can we be of service i . .. . 'to you? i I. W. Myers, Opt. D. OptometTJst and Optician. , . . '.Wqoiwprth Bldg., Upstairs: Our Spicialty-^Cpmfortable Vision. lamation Calling for Obs*rrnn'0. . WASHINGTON, July 6.--The Senate yesterday passed- a .resplciion requesting the President to issue a proclamation calling on the American pep- pie .to .observe -noon prayer during the war;; It now goes 1 to the House.. The President. ; regards ' .the noon prayer as "a Beautiful thought." . A Direct Action Oven Thermostat and miaas'ure thc-heat as easily as you. measure milk in a pint cup. You simply set the ; £ Temperature Wheel and obtain any degree of ; oren hearrthat the reci-ipt calls fen Sims to Hill interment. A Chas. C. Mitchell deceased attended the short services conducted at the grave .by Rev. Wilbur Nelson, pastor of the First Bap- pallbearers were: 119 Soiitli I'lt-lshiirc'street. Both f'lion R. C. 'Lyon, George Powell, A. R. Boyer, Charles Bailey, W..P. Schenck and A, W. Bishop. . . ; . employ no Agents; or . solicitors. s slTlcily on my o merits. I* yu«ns priu-tlcal c.v:!erieiice. Kotut FBBeral Scn-i(re II Desired. NJ«HT CAia.8 ANSWERED AT OFFICE. LADIES When irregular or.j delayed use Triumph . Pills.'-. Safe and. always de-'i pandable, Not-so34 at drusr sto'rts. Do not 1 .experiment with others; sava dls- .appointment. Write for ."Relief" and particulars; it's free. Address 'IKSTITCTE;

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