The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on July 6, 1918 · Page 5
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July 6, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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SATURDAY, JTHB DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVTLLE. PA. *AGE FTVT3. JEWS OF THE DAY AT MT. PLEASANT BRIEFLY BELATED Forty-one Selective* Called to Leave Week ot July 22. INFORMATION RELATING TO COO CONTACTS IS REQUIRED BY GAHFIELD MREIENT CLOSES OUTCLASS! INSPIRATION FOR ITALY'S SOLDIERS bf AJMavttp Comofrm- in* AB Verbal AgreeoMHU of Sale Mai* Prior to Dec. M, 1M7. Unit«i States .Fuel .Administrator Garfield has issued an order directing all manufacturers, Jobbers, «leal- !ers and distributor! of coke to rile (with the contract section of the legal-, division, of the Fuel Administration, · i within 10 days after the recept of the j Tbnc Toug 3fo» of Towa later tb* order, copies of all written contracts Ifml Swrice, Hartag Ben »«- ".^ontr^cb pe^MniasTto the sale Mwd »jr ike .local Board; B*T, of mji i entered into prior to Decem- Fa»l Suit* to Deliver Ia*t Sermoa. her 29, 1917. ' The order calls for the ' following data: Special to Th. Courier. i 1- Exact copies of any and all docn- JJOUNT PLEASANT, July 6.--Iur- j ments relating to the sale of coke, ing the week ot Ju\y 22 the local;which it is claimed constitute bona board will send 41 men to camp. -With i fide contracts enforcible at law and the alternates this cleans np Claw 1.! existing prior to December 29. 1917, On ta« list are the following: !t° r the delivery of coke on or after said date. 2. Affidavits by both the seller and j purchaser or by some person or persons, having authority to act for such seller and purchaser, respectively, setting forth therein all the. terms and provisions of any alleged, oral contracts claimed to be bona tide in Joseph Shander, Southwest. Samuel S. Mcars,' H. D. 2, Latrobe. Joseph E. Svilt. -Mount Pleasant Tony Turrizani, Southwest. John Diogavich. Southwest. Lewis E. Harkins, Mount Pleasant Michael W. Kearns. Mount Pleasant TFalter M. Hosoyniski, Mount Pleasant. Robert Yezek, Mount Pleasant Alex C. Johnston, K. D. 5, Greensburg. Albert C. Queer, Mount Pleasant. John Vice, Toledo, O. -Joseph E. Showers, Youngstown. Jaka Stewart, Jr., Youngstown. Franklin G. Meade, Southwest. Andrew Mc.Manis, Southwest ' Raymond Dcdds, R. D. 2, Latrobe. Tony Zodda, Cowansville. Jobn Neiderhiser, Jones Mills. Joseph Tarkosovski, Rodney. Patrick Doylo, Mount Pleasant.' Martin Brozinsfci, Mount Pleasant. Charles E. McKenna, Baggaley. Carl E. Shirey, Youngstown. John J. Mulianer, Mount Pleasant Harry M. Queer. Keffer. . Joseph Seranko, R. D. 2, Latrobe. Charlea A. Saloom, Mount Pleasant. Howard Slacker, K. D. 1, Mount Pleasant Edward E. Newill, R. D. 1. Mouni Pleasant ! Robert Kasche. Mount Pleasant. G. ·Wylie' Overly, Mount Pleasant Josejh Ponderendolph, R. D. 2, Latrobe. John "Wilt. Youngstown. ' Stephen F. Araer, Youngstown. Richard L. Truiall, R. D. 6, Greensburg. Joseph R. Jackson, Mount Pleasant. George R. Ankennan. Lycippus. Sheldon O. Myers, R. D. 2, Mo-uit Pleasant Miirtin Kovacs. DuQoesne. Sam Spanello, Mount Pleasant The following are alternates: 'William L. Stfro.lcr, Mammoth. William J. 3emming*r, H. D. 5, Greensburg. Emindo Elentri, Baggaley. Ludwig R. Steiner, 'Mount Pleaa- Frant I^pre. Mo"-t Pleasant Mike Eranchpop, .Mammoth. Hush M. Dlery, StaWstown. lot* the 5avy. character, and enforciblc at law and in existence prior to December, 29^ 1917, for the delivery of coke en or after said date. 3. A report in writing of all contracts existing prior to December 29. 1917, both written and oral, and claimed to be bona fide in character and enfovcible_at tew, pertaining to the sale of coke to be delivered on or after said date, setting forUi there- j by everyone in that country, in: . (a.) The' names and addresses of the seller and. purchaser under each contract (b.) Dates of tsecution or and expiration of each contract (c.) Price at which coke sold pursuant thoreto was billed by. the seller on December 2!t, 1917, or'.th'e nearest date thereto. (d.) : The quantity of coke covered by eaiih contract Ce.1 jThe quantity of coke delivered on each contract up to December 29, 1917. i (f.) Statement as to whether the purchaser of such ccke is the consumer thereof or a dealer therein. * Ohiopyle. The four children of King Victor Emmanuel of Italy and''his queen. This picture has been presented to every soldier in the Italian army and has been the means of inspiring them to do the -wonderful work they have be«n doing along the Piave river. The Italian royal children are beloved ' I OHIOPYLE, July 5.--Frank Jackson of Brooklyn, N. Y., is spending a short visit with his parents, Mr. and' Mrs. E. S. Jackson. Mr. .and Mrs. George Rafferty and two children of Mount Pleasant spent -Wcdnesc 1 ;--- the guests o£ Mr. and Mrs. TV. H. Rafterty. Mrs. Alex Tressler of. Uniontown arrived here yesterday to spend a short visit with relatives. ; Mr. and Mrs. Kirfcpatrick, -'who have spent the past few days at Johnstown, have returned to their home here. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hershbergcr and children of ConnellsviHe are the j guests -of. relatives here Cor a few 'days. . · . | T. B-McClain and Milton, 'Wildjey and Moae Burnworth were among the Connel^ville callers yesterday. Mrs. .Maggie' Potter is ill pt her home with typhoid fever. j Mrs. R. Dull and Miss Frances Myers have returned from a 'short visit in Connellsville.' Mrs. Jane Morrison haa returned to Iier home here after the past month spent at Cincinnati, O., -with Mr. and Mrs. 'Wliiteiaw Morrison. Mr. ! and Mrs. John RHcnour of Turtle Cree'lt spent Thursday hers j with friends. Mr. and Mrs: Charles Shaw and children of Connellsville spent the Fourth here. Tracy Chuck of Onion town spent the Fourth in Ohlopyle. Mrs. Mary Skinner of Glenwood, spent Wednesday here calling on friends. She left "Wednesday eve| ning for Fort Hill to spend the week- I end. Helen Robinson of TJrsina spent Thursday in ConnellsvlUe. Mr., and Mrs. Samuel Rowe of Hnbker "spent the Fourth in Ohlo- pyle. Miss Violet Mason spent Thursday f in town. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Morrison and family ot Sugar Loat spent Thursday: in Ohiopyle. ! J. C. Hal! was a recent visitor in Uniontown. Patronize those who advertise. Perryopoli*. (PERRYOPOI/IS, July 6.--Mr. and 9- TRIN1TY REFORMED CHURCH, comer South Green streets, tor. Sunday school Pittsburg and East Rev. 1. G. Naco, pas- 9.45 A. M.! This is the first Sunday in the last quarter of the Sunday school year. worship at 7.45 P. M. Communion ·will be administered at the evening service. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7.45. All are welcome. J. S. Showors, pastor. Mrs. Herman Carson of Monessen an d a good attendance is desired. THE UNITED PRESBYTERIAN spent the Fourth with Mr. and Mrs, preaching services at 11 A. M. and j Church, South Pittsburg street and James Carson. i~^ 0 p y sermons by t!ie pastor, j Morton avenue. William J. Everhart · -J T h e -Woman's Missionary society will (minister. Morning worship at 11 j ! hold its regular monthly meeting at I o'clock; sermon topic. "Redemption i the home of Mrs. B. F. Rudolph on j Through Mercy." Even Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Keener Monessen are guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Davidson. Mr. and MM. H. C. Keener, Mr. and Mrs. C.-T. Davidson and family, Alice Larson. Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Martin and family and Dr. and Mrs. R. ing worship f Dedication ot service · Vine street. The committee on en- at 7.45 o'clock, tertainment consists ot Mrs. Rudolph, i flag. Sabbath school at 9.-IS A. M. Mrs. Mary Adams and Miss Louise j Juniors at S P. M. Senior Y. P. C. U.; Painter. The Young UTUIH.C.. m~ **,,,» 0 Ladles Guild at 6.45 P. M. Kamerer and Orally formed a l. mont hiy meeting has been postponed -fishing party to Crab Apple reservoir j to Frida} . evening. July 12. Choir re- THE C O V E N A N T E R CHtT'HCH, "*" " Ihearsal on Friday evening it 7.30 s. B. Houston, minister. Sabbath ·Ul be held in tie i 0 . clocl[ , .-chool at 10 A. M. Morning preach-- ing service at 11 o'clock; topic ot ser- THE MBTJHODWT PROTESTANT , mon. "Tuo Book." Evcnins service at Church, "West Apple street J. H. 7.30: topic- of discount. "No Night." iAinbertson. minister. Class meeting! c. Y. '. U. a.t 6.-15; topic, "J-Hii'i. a at 9 A. M. Sabbatli school at S.K A.}fruit of the Spirit." Prayer meeting Thursday. Union services Christian church Sunday evening. Clyde "Williams has relumed to Camp Lee after spending a furlou? 1 ' with his family here. Mr. and Mrs. Olscl Murphy and Insists That Frail, Nervous Women Can Speedily Become Strong and Vigorous :A Vigorous Healthy Body, Sparkling Ey«i and Health-. Colored Cheeks Come in Two Weeks, Saya Diicoverer ci Bio-ferea. World's Grandest Health Builder Co«t» Nothing U n l e a s It Grre« to W o m e n the Buoyant Health They Long for. Sensational Sale of Stunning . ! ! ' · . s Up to $22.50 All braii d neir. Are fashioned from beautiful Taffetas, Satins and Crepe de Chines. -Many with georgette sleeves arid snowy collars of satin, Special $12.75. $19.75 Up to $29.50 Ladles' Silk and Georgette Dresses A most beautiful selection of colors.and styles--. of crepe de chine, taffetas, and other wanted materials, $19.75. John jordan, George Sipe and Jos- children ^spcnt Thursday with rela- M Morning worship at H A. M.; ser-las usual. mon theme, ''Como With Us." C. 5!. | R -meeting at 2 P. M.; topic, "All for Jc- FIRST PRESB5T.BJUAN CHURCH, sus." (Consecration meeting.) In tie · j. L. Proudfit, pastor. Sabbath school J Shefsick have been released [ lives at Fairview. th» local board and poined the Mr. and Mrs. A. 'C. McWiJliams, Mabel and Maude McWilliams, Fred n.nd Phay McWUliams, Mr. and Mrs. Fanwell Scnwn. Her. P»»l Smith, who leaves la tt* ·mrly J«rt at the week for the army, will preaeb. kto farewell sermon al the Baptist church on Sunday morn- tnt and the churches of the town will bav9 a union service oh Sunday eve- «l»gl»t 750 o'clock at which he will ·peak. Mi Society Di.ed. ltr«. Smith Lobingier and her daughters entertained the ladies of the He-Union · Presbyterian Missionary society at their country horn* wfih a chicken dinner. Mrs. Sevilla McAfee was' the leader at the business session. Miss Anna Smith gave a review of the foreign work for the year. and Mrs. Anna Andrews and Mi.is Era Stauffer gave the review of the year's work in the home missionary Held. O. Q. Taylor and baby formed a '«.ih- evening at 7.15, subject, "Eternal | at 9.15. Morning service it U: sub- ing party to Crab Apple reservoir -on ! THnrorfnw i " life." Instead of tile usual mid- j jput, "The D»ngsr in Prayer." Infant I ' of returned home after tivcs of town. ,,- prayer service of July 10, the ; baptism at this service. Evening sort- Home Missionary society will have j ice at 7.46; subject, "The Greatest charge of the Wednesday evening! Hymns." Christian Endeavor at 6.45. service. A missionary program will j Wednesday evening prayer meeting at Misses Grao* and Helen AA,ms of be «* Ten and refrc5hmeEts "rved. i 7.45. Connellsville are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Adams. J. D. TVestfall has returned from visiting'-relatives at Morgantown. Everyone welcome, (ng-will-be taken. A silver offer- Mr., and Mrs. Howard Dunham'and .family of Maxwell called on town f relatives Thursday. Confluence. P.*l. Coke shipments over the Pittaburg A Cke Erie railroad during April increased 58,211 tons, of 9.9 per cent, while for the four months the Increase jmountej, to 195,476 tons, or cent . · ' Elliott Beggs has returned to his work at Connellsville after spending a few days here with friends. Mrs. Beggs and two children remained. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bumworth and sons, Eugene and Kenneth; arid Mr. and Mrs. William Bumworth and daughters. Ruth and Louise, motored to Berlin Thursday. Samuel Grantz has returned to his """{·work in. Pittsburg after vielting hi« per ,,,,_«.,»_,, . CHURCH, GEORGE Walker Buckner, minister. Bible school at 9.30 A. M. the prize system for regularity and promptness begins operation tomorrow. A point each for attendance and "on tii/V may be acquired each Sunday; thus, 104 points during the year are posoi- ble; 100 points are. necessary tc secure first prise; 96 will secure a second prize. Christian Endeavor at 6.45 P. M. Morning service at 10.40; evening at 7.45. Morning National THE FIR5T BAPTIST CHURHCH. South PltUburg street. -Wilbur Nelson, pastor. Sunday school at 9.45 A, M. Public, worship at 11 A. M.; topic, "A Basket ofc Summer Fruit." Young, people's meeting at 6.45 P. M. Public worship at 7.45 P. M.; topic, "The Cos( pel Invitation." ! Confluence. V T»» Are Read the advertising columni of The r-"- rourier. You will find th«n. -· k HO. 1. Ml ~f M4 fMlSSn parents here. Mrs. Earl Glenn and children "The Sources of Evening subject, "The Spirit of Dare." , TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH, Rev. Ellis- E. Burgess, pastor. The Bible school will meet at 10 A. M, of i The usual'dirlne services will be con- CONFLUENCE, July S.-Seventy- i people attended the Black family subject, reunion held at Cove,' Md., July 4. Power." j RuBsell and Jack Younkin, who were run over by an automobile driven by. Fred Turney Wednesday evening are both improving. Clarence Brown of Fairmont. W. Va., is visiting his parents here. Ray Show of Fairmont, W. Va., Is It f* iaf« to «ar that right barn in thta hi? city are tens ot thoutandi ot ·weak, nerroux, run-down. cl«pre*aed woman who In two weeks' tlm» ooald znfck* themiftlvea *o heaJthy, BO attractive and no keon-mlnded that they would compel th« admiration ot al] tb*lr frlcntlo. Tho Tiu.1 health building- elament! t£fct these Weapon dent women lack ar* all plentilully ·upplied In Bio-fereu, If you are ambitious, crave «QCC«« In H(« t wane to hare a healthy. vEgor- oux body, cUar ikln and eye« that ·how ao daf)n«a«, make up your mfndt to get a package of Blo-feren rtpht ·way. I( ccnti tut little and y Qn can got am orlg-inaj. packava at any druggist anywhere. Tik* two tablets after each m*n4 end one at b«dtlme--sevfin a day toe »»T«n *ay«--lh*u one after meaU till U are ifojae. Then It you don't f«4) twlea aa good, look twice a« attractive and feel twice a« strong as before you ·tarted, your money IB waiting for you, It belong* to you. for the dJ«cov»r«r of Blo-fertin do«»n't want on* jwnny of It uttleM H fulfill* ali c]«iD3*. If·*· ** Phyclelm»m t There IB no ·ecrot about the formula oC Bto-feren, H U prlntod on every packng*. Hero It £·: i*cHbln; Calolam Qlycero-pbo*- pbat*; Iron Poptonatc; Man«nn«s« PeptooaM; Sxt Nux Vontlca; Powd. phthalttln: Ol«br«iia Tri-Stotc 573, Bell B42. LOCAL AMD LOKG D1STA5CS MOTIKGS. , Beefdcnce 101 Haas A CONJTKLLSTILI/E. W. W. Glotfdty Connellsville are visiting friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Will Anderson have returned from a visit with friends-j down the road. · - · ! Mrs. Christine Flannlgan went Somerset yesterday to visit "friends, i ship with us. ducted by the pastor at 11 A. M. The Rev. J. E.. Battle, D. D., will deliver the sermon..'.By-action of the church council there will be no evening service during the months of . July and to I August Strangers are invited to wor- Long Distance. Hauling Can Also Haul Live (Stock If ,To» TTuit SoiMtttag Advertise for It In our tiaiiified column. One cent .. word. Patronize thote who adverthe. UNITED BRETHREN- CHURCH. Sunday school at 9.45 A..M. Divine worship at 11 A. M. The holy communion will be administered. Christ- irn Endeavor at 6.. 45 P. Sf. Divine visiting his parents here. T; K. Thrasbpr met with an accident July 4 when he and Mrs. Thrasher and Mrs. Thrasher's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Kuhns, who were driving in a Ford .delivery truck near John Ringer's, was crowded against the bank by a. large car from '.Dniontown. Mr. Thrasher's car overturned, pinning them all under it. Mr. Thrasher received several injuries, as also did Mre. Thrasher. Mr. and Mrs. Kuhns were also injured slightly. AND DOBS IT! A*k jom OtmOtt. P. B. KESSLER. 613 MeCormick Avenue. Xri-Sute 543-Z. Bell 234. Spare Dollars Want Work Spare dollars should not bis idle -- they should be working. Put them -where they wi!1 STOW at com P.ound interest by start- '1"S an account with the Union National 8% Interest Paid on Savings Accounts. PITET DOK--West Time Fete Will Art **« VJcHm'. . VOIGHT

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