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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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MONDAY, JULY S, 1 1918- TBE DAILY COURIER, CONNHLLSVIliiE. PA. PAGE FTVB. The Christian Endeavor society of j roses and wild flowers being arttstic- the Methodist Protestant church will J ally .'arranged in all the rooms. Mis« meet Friday night at the home of j Mabel Perry of Scottdale !wbn the Mi»s Jennie Penn In Eighth street, I bridge prize and Mirs Helen Ramsey Greenwood. The Woman's Home j of near Mount Pleasant, the; five hun- Missionary society will have charge j dred prize. Following the games a of the "Wednesday evening "prayer ser- i beautifully appointed luncheon was vices. . · served. The place cards were enj- j beliished with" flags and the" favors I Mrs. E. C. Louden is spending the day in Pittsburg. : Mrs. Jere Smith went to Pittsburg this morning. . . Mr. and Mrs. Deems Khodez of Pittsburg, are yisiting.the.latler's parents,. .Mr." and Mrs. Thomas Flynn,; ol the East Side. . j Miss Sarah Seaton spent the weekend .at ."Bear Run. .Miss .Elizabeth Sarver, a clerk at C. W. Downs' shoe store, is spending her vacation at her home in Somerset.. . : Mr. and Mrs. G. S.-.Connall left yesterday morning tor Philadelphia, and Baltimore. Tae trip is being mide'by automobile. : , Cyrus 'Crjtchfteld : of Columbus, 0, spent Sunday with his famijy. David Bennett ot.Keister, visitedVat "the home of his father-in-law, S. F. The regular meeting of Edna Re- j were soldier kewples and small flags, i Penn, in .Bighth street, Greenwood, bekah. lodge will be lield Wednesday The favors for the honor guests were I yesterday. " : " " " " - - - - · · " . . . . . . . . 'corsages of sweet peas, lilies of the I · Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wright Mr. and valley and roses. Among the out-of-} Mrs. C. W. Downs, Mr. and Mrs. John town guests were Mrs. J. Kirk Ren- M. Youngrind.Mr. and llrs. C. K. Wilner, Mrs. C.-.W.;Utts, Mrs. S. R. Gold-I son. and daughter, Miss tistelle and smith, Mrs, John Duggan,. Sr., Mrs.'-son Donald, returned home last night night in Odd Fellows' hall. Initiation of members will take place and all; members are requested to attend. The regular meeting of the .Ladies' Circle, No. 100, to the William F. Kurtz Post No. 104, Grandy 'Army of the Republic, will be held Thursday afternoon to Odd Fellows' hall. The weekly meeting of the Business Women's -"Christian association will be held Thursday night in Odd Fellows' temple. The Grand International auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, will meet Wednesday afternoon in Odd Fellows"hall. Church Day will be observed on Thursday in the First MethodUt Episcopal church by the Ladies' Aid society and the 'Woman's Home and Foreign Missionary societies. Luncn will be served from 11 to 1 o'clock. The Woman's Missionary society of the Trinity Reformed 'church will meet Thursday night at the home of Mrs. B. P. Rudolph in Vine street The entertaining committee is composed ot Miss Louise Painter, Mrs. James B. Stader, Mi»s Gertrude Ma'd igan,.Miss Ann Donnelly, Miss Gene- vleve Soisson, all of Co-nnellsville; Mrs. T. J. O'Brien of Oak Park, 111.; Mrs. P. C..Moore and.Mrsl Lawrence j.Monahan of Pittsbnrg. The regular meeting of the J. O. C Mary Adams and Mr«. Rudolph. The Guild meeting has been postponed to Friday night, July 19. The Home Missionary society of the Methodist Protestant church will have charge of the Wednesday eve- · ning prayer services. A missionary frain an automobile Mcade, Annapolis trip to Junction, Camp U. P. CONGREGATION ' DEDICATES SERVICE J FLAG WITH 30 STARS Attorney L. G. Ohorp*BBlng of Cn- fontown Dellren Principal i Address oi OceuioB. A service flag bearing 30 stars and the ;honor roll ot the United Presbyterian church were dedicated at largely attended services last^eve- nins at which time also E handsome flag, tbe gift of Jay C, Stauffer, was presented to the church. As the names of the men in the service were read by the pastor;, .Rev. W. J. Everhart, boys, one foj- each in the service, bore a tribute from the church in tbe form of a- card suitably decorated and Inscribed, to a parents or relative i n t h e audience. ' ' ' · , ' . Attorney Lloyd J. Chorpenntng of Uniiotitown was -the speaker of the occasion. The service flag was pre- senteil by A. H, Long. Represented on the . flag are tha i folio-ring: Julius Crouse, 15th En. tioned at Camp Harry G. Jonas. I Douglas, Ariz., is spending a 15-dar furlough at his home at* Trotter. He will leave for camp on Saturday. , Md.. jrineers; Brennie M. Flnley, U. S. S. where they visited Lieutenant Dana I Louisiana; Samuel Knoi Houston, Wrlglit, a nephew of W. L. Wright, and from Aberdeen, Md. TUere they visited Captain 3. L. Junk. -Mrs. · Margaret Fitzpatrlck and daughters, Misses Marie and Mar- class of the Methodist Episcopal Sun- j gareu ot Zanesville,- 0., are vlsitlns day school Tuesday evening in the form of a picnic at Biack- stone'g grove. The members will gather at the home of Mrs. Ralph McCormick in o'cloek- Snyd»r street at 6.30 Mrs. Fitzpatrlck's mother, Mrs. Mary Fox of the South. Side. Mrs. J. W. Brown of Bast Orange, 15th Field Artillery; Bert Howard, in the Navy; Corporal H. G. Mason, 319th Infantry; Sergeant Charles B. Moore, Company E, 110th; V. B. Ritchie, sanitary detachment, 110th Infantry; .Herbert Shank, 15th Engineers; Captain A. E. Kidd, 60th Infantry; Lieutenant Paul G. Dick, at embarkation camp; James B. Shaner, COMMITTEES NAMED For Annual . Ontlnj of Grangers at Dawso* Fair Grounds August '21. Committees were appointed Saturday at a. meeting of the County Grange Picnic association.for the annual picnic to he held Saturday, August 24, at the Dawson 'fair grounds. The committees named to draft tbe plans j for ,this -summer's, outing are: i. E. Townsend, president; J. B. j Cunningham, vice, president; J. 0. Strickjer, secretary; J. B. Henderson, I treasurer. ; Speakers'. comtnlttee-^-J. 0. Strick- .ler, J. "B. Henderson, 3. S.. Shallen- bergcr. -. . . .' Music committee--George Strickler, W. D. Hixon, J. E. Linn, Ground and privileges--John C. Blapey, Henry Landeriberger. Transportation--R. T. Hutchinson, B. E. Arnold, Frank Zorn. Program and general arrangements --J. G.' Robinson, J. B. Cunningham, Harvey Luce. N. J., formerly of Connellsville, is thelEbert's Field, Ark.; Daniel Springer, guest of Mr. and Mrs. Earl C. Moore of Lincoln avenue.. Miss Camilla. Muuk, employed by Mrs. Mary E. Way and Harry i tb e government in Washington, D. C., J.. Shumaker, both of the West Side, j | 5 spending her vacation with her par- were married the afternoon of_ July | ents, Alderman and Mrs. Fred. Muak. Miss Helen Muni, also in the govern- 6 at the parsonage of the Presbyterian church by the United putor, offering -will be taken ments-tvin be servd. and refresh- Friendship Temple ; No. 25. Pythian Sisters will meet Thursday afternoon in Markeli hall. Mrs. George Shumaker wtll.enter- '"*-' tain tbc Busy Twelve* club Friday night at her home Sa Eighth street. Greenwood. . the Hev. W. J. Everhart. Both had been married before. The Men's Bible class of-the United Presbyterian church will picnic tomorrow evening at Chalk Hill, leaving here by automobile at 5 o'clock. A joint meeting of the C. W. B. M. and the Young Ladies' Circle of the ChriMlan church will be held Thursday at 2.30 at the church. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Fought delightfully entertained s. number of their friends at. their pretty cottage, "Shady Nook," at the Indian creek reservoir, Wednesday evening. The party was given by Mr. Fought in Sbnor of. Mrs. Fought's birthday, and was a complete surprise to the honor gutist. The i spacious lawn was brilliantly illuminated with Japanese lanterns nnd attractively decorated with large American flags. A number of prfJtty ' selections on the talking machine, op- The, Ladies' Aid society of Baptist church will meet Friday evening »t the home of Mrs. Shearer at Poplar Grove, members leaving here crated by Miss Mary Fought a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fought, wi an enjoyable feature ol the evening. Delicious refreabnieni* w»re served and Dorothy Perkin* roiei and tweet on the 7.30 o'clock street car. This P*" » ere ft«a the guwU as .favors. · wffl.b* the quarterly dollar meeting °»· .departing - for their respective and it is hoped that every member of the "congregation bring or send her dollar. All women' of the ~'Tc;reg»-' timi are invited. The ope: noting which was to hate been hclrt Thursday evening has been postponed indefinitely. n L. -W. ela»s of the J'irst Bap- ttat church will meet Thursday night at the home of Miss SUaia Stauffer in North Third atiwet. West Side. The Knit and Win unit ot Charleston Comforts Branch of the -Navy - League will meet tonight at the home of Mrs. Edward Sweeney in Eighth · itreet. Greenwood. Concerts given yesterday afternoon and last evening at Oakford park by the ConneUsville Military band were heard and enjoyed by many persons from Oreensburg and community. The ·rening concert attracted £n unusual*- ly large crowd. Jlias Eleanor Savage, soloist lor Nire'lla'3 band o£ Pittsburg, this season, who appeared as soloist, made a.big hit, as did the band quartet, corn-posed of R. O. Clabaush, Robert Barke'.l, Lester Crawford and L. G. Hoover. The program consisted of popular numbers and was well- received. An open me«Ung of the Ladies' Aid and Missionary' society of the Unitiid Presbyterian church will be held Thursday evening at 8 o'clock Jn the church. Mrs. G. W. Buckner occupied the pulpit of the First Methodist Episcopal church yesterday morning. There was no evening service. The Daughters of Ruth Bible class. of. the Trinity Lutheran church will meet tomorrow" evening :it 7 o'clock at the home of Mrs. William Sellers, near ^Isabella -road. The Woman's ^ Home and Foreign. Misionary society will meet Thursday nighi. at the home of Mrs. Daniel Durie in Race street. 'A meeting of the executive commit^ tee .of.- the local Sunday school district wUl be held at Mrs. Elizabeth Carroll's home on Prospect street, ^ Wednesday, the ipth isst., at 8 P. M. The business is important, hence all members of the committee are urged to be present Charmirg appointments marked a delightful card party at which Mrs.. John Duggan; Jr., was hostess Slatur- honME the guesti thanked the hoitws for the pleasant evening they had ··pent; and wished : her many more happy retunu ot the day. The following were present: Mrs. Althea Livingston. Mrs. S. B. Livingston "and daughter Gladys, Mr. "and ) M». F. Bigaai and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Colborn, George Colborn, Miss Fern Colborn, Mrs. Ralph Tissue, Mr. and Mrs. George Rowan .and family, Earl Walters, Mrs. Fern Slater, Mils Gertrude Slpe, Miss Sy-bll Cm, Mrs. Lyda Eicher and Miss Eliza Du, Shane, all of Mill Run; -Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stickel, Miss Olive Colborn and Miss Grace Colborn. ment service, has returned to Washington after spending a brief vacation at he; home. Mrs. Robert Bruce of Greenwood, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. D. Goucher of Canton, O. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Woods and son of Uniontown, were visiting yesterday at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Woods, Daw- sop. Hth Balloon company, on way over; John W. Hough, 3] 9th Heavy Artillery; Lawrence C. Ringer, 20th . Engineers: John Kennedy, Heavy Artillery, Fort Storey; Jnmes Collins, on way over; Sergeant George H. Mason, American air service, London; Sergeant Harry F. Wood, 162 Depot Brigade, France; James Pierce, Laredo. Tex.; Sergeant William Jamie- Ron. 319th Infantry; Richard R. Col*, In Franco; Charles E. Carson, Camp Mills; Lieutenant Watson H. Everhart, Lehtgh University; Henry R. Cole. France; Lawrence Moorman, In transport service; Robert Calhoun. address unknown; Chestsr McKesson, Camp Lee; Clyde R. Gllpin, honor- 2.562 ACRES Of Co«l Mine* in Westmoreland Conn, ty Baring Past Tw» i'curs. According to information, compiled by the commissioners of Westmoreland county 2,562.2 acres of the Pillsburg seam- of coal, inc.lu6ing.that in the coking basins, have been min 5rt. during the last two years. Coal la-id being asseued at from ?400 to' 1900 per acre for taxation purposes, the exhaustion of the last two years has caused a reduction ot J1,529,67S in' the assessed valuation of the county. Thj present rate of production being greater than in «ny previons year the exhaustion during the present year is expected to almost equal that of the two preceding years combined, While an even larger reduction will be made in the county's assessed valuation. Mr. and Mrs. George Cochrau Jr., »Wy discharged; Harvey Stull, Camp and sonj were guests at the home of Mrs. Cochran's, brother, John Fleniken, Dawson, yesterday. Prof. Frank Jones, wife and baby ot Connilsville, were guests of Mrs. Holrtird, Md.; Walter A. DeBok, Washington barracks. Tbe putor also, read the names of four young women whose husbands are in the service. They are Mrs. Jones' · sister, Mrs. John Luckey, j Delia Patterson McCarthy, Mrs. Mario Dawcon, yesterday. - Cyrus Crubaugt and Miss Helen Belle Rush of Dawson, were guests of Scoltdaie friends recently. . Miss Mary Laws and Miss Helen Adams of Connellsville are visiting for a week with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Adams at Perryopolls. Miss Cleo Mortland of New York and Mrs. D. P. Larimer of West Newton, and Mlas 5 Galley of Fayette City spent the week-end at the Adams home. White, Mrs. Charles Ray Kepner and Mrs. C. J. Poole, GAS SITUATION BBPMJJ TIT THA\KRGTT156, HOUE FOR SUIT IF.AR- "I am still kicking and enjoying the best of health." says Sergeant H. W. Slonecker, Company B, 303 Military Police, In. France, In a: letter, to his father. J. B. Slouecker of Connenaville, and everything has. been going lovely ever ilnee. Won; we oipwt to be In STRIKE POSTPONED ·Telegraphers Decide to Remain at Vr'ork at Cnll of Govenmient. By Associated Press. CHICAGO, July 8.--The strike ot telegraphers employed by the Western Union Telegraph, company, set for 6 o'clock tills morning, did not take place, the order for a strike having been revoked by S. J. Konenkamp, president of the Commercial Telegraphers' union, after a long distance telephone conference with Secretary of Labor "Wilson, in Washington. Secretary Wilson asked tbe head of the tolct'raphers' union not to aliow ia- terferonce with tile transmission of messages "of vital consequence in tho prosecution of the war," and Mr. Koi nenkamp announced that tha strike .The natural gas situation in Fky- ette and other counties ot Southwestern Pennsylvania will be included In! tbe inquiry which will begin In tbc I court house -at Erie on Thursday o f : this week. Complaints against the! Berlin- by Thanksgiving, Philadelphia | had beeu lndeto j t ely postponed. by Christmas and Connellsvtlle by! j New Year, so yon see we: hive to! and f itipposo we can pull of' the Job." Sloneckar was formerly on the police force of Philadelphia, "5 SOLDIER SETEBEI/T Tl'e name of Joseph B. . schedule., of rates filed by two large ; woon(Jed Sov «. r6ly , aDpeared , n companies will be taken up at this time. . Litigation orer (bete increases be- Miss Clm £t*riaiaen. Irene King entertained the · naturjll : , lu , at j on Loyal Daughters' clan; of the Chris- in "Western Pennsylvania from Johnstown to the stale line and Including the Fayetta couoty. Pittsbarg and Bradford districts,' have been under way, as well as in the territory immediately aStc'tad by the' cases cisuBlty list Washington. TMt erday In r,i?r?f HAS Uan church of Scottdale Friday «e-j Thes » ning at her home at Pennsville. Fol- to be brought to a bearing this week, have gone Into supply, lowing; a short business meeting the remainder of the evening was spent in being most exhaustive in many respects. They ipill have important . delightful social manner. Variou» beK ^ complaints from games, a conteet and music were tb-' amusements. The hostess served dlBtr!c£s _ dainty luncheon. The following were j present: C. D. Shank, teacher of the f class: Thelma Gtughenouri Martha! Eicher, Mra. William Vance, Mrs. Tedrow, Mae Beagle, Mr«. Eholt, Mrs. William- Linton Gertie Gaughenour, Bffle Dealing, Edna Lwsure, Irene King,. Ruth King and Mr. and Mrs. King, the latter two guests. FRSONALS. Francis Wright of Greenwood, returned home last night from a visit at Warren, P*. ' . ' · ' . '···'-· Mrs. J. J. Jlobspu of. Greenwood, has returned home from a viit with relatives Jn Washington .county. J. Fred Kurtz Is in Pittsbiirg today on. busineAsi Robert Hoover sytie of .Homer ' . and City, .Wlliam For- were visiting ' Bntli Feet Am uKarl Victor Thumpa, flve years old, of Smock, had both "of his feet, amputated at the Uniontown hospital Sat-- urday "niglii, as the result of having them caught in. a mowing machine; . . Mends. to th'U city ye3tcrd»y. ' Frances Strawn U risiting" relatives in Canton, O. : The best place to shop ait»r all. Brovnell Shoe Co, -- Adv. .Mr. and Mrs. U, /W. ..Eeachley and family of Brownsville, motored here yesterday to spend the day with relatives. . . - . ' . . , . . . ... ..... .Mrsi F.' M. Strawn 'of Wilkfnsburg, is -i»iang frientis in. this city. William Jones, of .Smilhton, ' was -»- guest at i'Wylie Drlacot! yesterday. . -Miss "Mildred Jtiler was in Scottdaie last evening. ·'*·..:'.. : . Mrs. R. M. . Leiberger is rlsitinr 1 at the home of Mrs. J..F. Gaster in j tndergoes : ThroBt OpermUom. FEATURE DANCE FRIDAY Local )1c* Ilrlitpinp Famous Orchestra to Shady (irovc Park. Wright's Saxaphone Orchestra, of Columbust, 0., will play at a. j Patch; James Hays, feature dance to he givon at. Shady Grove Friday night. B. E. Miller anfi nr Charles W. Linn, attached to Batten' B, 323rd Light Field Artillery. j has arrived safely' overseas, according to word received by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Lino of Lclsen- rlng No. 1. Young Linn previous to leaving for Prance was In training at Camp Sherman, Chillicothe. O. LOCAL BOYS TRAVEL ^ TOGETHER OS TRANSPORT. Curtis R. Dunstan, Witter avenue, has arrived safely in France. Word was received by bis mother, Mrs. Alvin Dunstan. He Is fine; was only sick a few hours on ship. He reports the following boys were on the same ship: James Bisel, C. E. Jordan, M. B. Coughanour and Oran Hlnebaagh,, Connellsville; S. L. To Give Waffle Dinner, E. R- Flow, J. B. Woods, J. I- Cochran aad H. C. Hoffman will entertain a number of friends at .1 chicken anil waffle dinner at tbe Arandale Hole! st Bedford on J;ily IS. Tho trip to that place will be made in automobiles. Children's Iuy Observed. Children's Day was observed yesterday at the Second Baptist church at Dunbar, ot which Rev. C. M. Gregory Is pastor. The service was largely attended and splendidly rendered under the direction of Mrs. S. A. Wells, superintendent JncqoCT Dance Tonfeht. At Markeli hal!. Kiferle's four- piece orchestra with drums.--Adv.-8-11. If lou Are limiting Read the advertising columns ot Tbe Daily Courier. You will flnd them. When Ton Want AnytUng Advertise in our Classified Column. Brown.. Sand Sancl Patch; William Trilby and : H. P. McCartney, Connellsville; James Cunningham, Ray Goodr/in, local young men. arel Scottdaln; David Unglo, West New- bringing the orchestra to the park. A record crowd for the season is expected, to attend. Many persons from Cnarleroi and tlniontown are also expected at the dance. _ ' During an intermission the orchestra will give som feature numbers, none of which has been heard in this county before.. The orchestra 'will make a tour of Western Pennsylvania before returning to Ohio. iWeea to ScottiUle. Miss Olive Pore lias resigned her position- with the Baltimore Ohio railroad and bos taken a clerkship ia the electric ^department of the H. C. Frlek Coke company at Scottdalei ^Vilkinsbnrg. She was : accompanied to S»y afternoon at her handsome surii- that place by her nephew, Joseph Gas- mcr .home, in the mountains near the | ter, who h*d been visiting here. Summit In honor of two recent I Vfttliam Bixler -was visiting, friends brides, her sister, Mrr.. John T. j in Dawsoii ye-sterday afternoon, Wurtz. and her sister-iu-law, Mrs.". Misses Florence-and Ada Lambert Arthur Byrne,' both of Sqottdale. The ' were visiting relatives in Mount Pleas- decorations were unusually attractive, N EURALGIA For quick remk« rubtheFoc*b«at) udTemplotritli ant yesterday. Clyde; .Bqilstein, 11 year* .old, of. ' Greenwood, . unde nt' a . thri?at ton; Herman Reabor, Connellavllle; Walter Slrozk and J, R. Jacobs, Cumberland, and Charles Umbel, Con- .MRS. SABINA. WELKER. Following an illness due to the infirmities of old age, Mrs.' Sablna Welker, 75 years old, widow o£ Be;nard Welker, died Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at her home, 102 Bast Fayotte street. Funeral from nellsville. Dunstan is with the Stedjthe family residence tomorrow aftenr Bngineers. "JER" 31ILI,AR1 L\ UIUTISH ABMi' 15 JlCKLAirn. Captain Harry Bishop, the Philippine veteran, has received a card, from Jamns A. Millard, son of ex-Burgess J. B. Millard, now a member of Ihe 3rd Battalion, K. L.. R. Regiment, A f noon at 2.30 o'clock and at 3 o'clock from the St. John's German Lutheran church. Rev. George Dietz, Jae pastor, and Rev. Ellis B. Burgefs, of the Trinity Lutheran church, Kill officiate. Interment in Hill Grove cemetery. Mrs, Welker, who before her marriage was Miss Sabina Meister, was born in Germany. Company, of the British Army, and a t ; woman she came present stationed at Victoria Bar-j settling in Connellsville. She mar r - When to" this young country, racks, Cork, Ireland. Tlie card bears Ihe date of June 6'and Indicates that "Jim" is as happy in a chance to ftgnt rled Bernard- Welker, who died about eight yoara ago. She was highly esteemed by her wide circle of friends. for England as he was ready to scrap (The following children survive: John, for Uncle Sam while serving in the! Henry, H. 0., Frank P. Wellter and Marine Corps several years ago. j Mrs. Catherine Gordon, all ot Con- "T'ais Is the life," he says, by way of greeting to his Connellsville friends. BKRSAKO McPAKTLAiXD nellsville; MIBB Bertha Welker ana Mrs. "William C. Neth, both at home. Nine grandchildren also survive. TKAiVSFKKBKl) 'TO IT. Bernard McPartlaniiof the ordnance supply, school, has been, transferred from Camp Hancock, Augusta, Ga., to operation this morning S f the Cot- - - · " " ; *« at tage . hospital. At Sfete College. Ala. ePflrtland Farm Agent P: E. Dougherty of.-Uniontown is at State College attending a i -Mrs. M. B; Smith »nd family are j conference of farm representatives visiting at the. home of MM; Joseph I Mrs.. Dcugherty., acqompanled- 'hlni; A. Cook in Believernon. For ti» b*st an4 cheapest repairs on that roof, conductor or ' spouting. sec F. T. . Eyani fisUte.-- Adv. Strs. Kirk Eendrickson and Miss i fSeaseUurg. of North Yakama, Wash., ithe former's mother, Mrs. John Margin, are visiting Mrs.. Hendrickson's uncie and aunt. Captain and Mrs. H. L. Reigu'ot-Greensburg. ; - . ' . CASTOR IA For Infanfci cud Children In UM For Over 3O Years Always bean thr (aauiic of is a ! sort" of Michael Mcpai-tland of Uniontown, formerly of CptmeiisvilU", and" is- a brotliei 1 -of James McPartland, also in military service. ui tniES cbcn, HEKE ox SHOHT FimouGir. phirles Cecil, who is in the officers' tiainmg schol at Camp'Lee, spent a brief .furlough wjth his parents, Mr. and. Mrs. J. M". Cecil in. South Connellsville. He was on his way to Duluth, Minn., nn business in the.inter- est of the government. ?,KTER GEXOT TSITS HOXE AT TBOTTEB. Peter J Genot, a cavalryman, sta- Levl LBVI FIRESTONE. Firestone, a veteran of the Civil war, was buried with honors ot war this afternoon, w i t h , veterans of .the Wiiliaun F. Kurtz Post, No. 104, Grand.. Ai-my of the Republic, serving as pallbearers, and Spanish-American war .veterans forming the firing squad. The services wera hold frcm the family residence naar Gilnwre's Mill, with Hav. J.. s, Showers officiating. Captain, Edmund Dunn, Henry Kurtz, Willfanv" Artl's,. .W.-P; Clark, Hiram Richter and W. H. Shaw were pa.ll- bearnrs.. Interment in Hill Grove cemetery. Mr; Firestone was 77 years old. -He.enlisted August 19, 1862, In Connellsville in Company H, 142nd Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, commanded .by Captain. J. M/ Du- Shaae of. Copneilsviile, and composed largely of Yough regloa men He was. severely wounded on April 1, 1866 Watch Tuesday's For Date and Announcements of Connellsville s Big Selling Evont OUR CLEARANCE The Biggest of all Yearly Events. Bargains in every department throughout our store. Watch the newspapers and our windows. " THE BIG STORE L PATRONIZE HOME -MERCHANTS WHO ADVEETXSE IN THIS PAPER. Leara to Uiscie Sam Will Teach You The government publication shown here explains dry- in? of fruits and vegetables--a method of food conservation doubly important this year. Drying is easy to do, calls for simple equipment, and requires no sugar. Methods tasted and proved good by Government specialists are explained in this bulletin, a copy of which, belongs to every American housewife. FARM^MOME DRYING *f FRUITS ^VEGETABLES JOSEPH S.CALOWCt-L. Offfce of Horticulture! FARMERS'BULLETIN 98* r* Deportment of Agrtoul luro GoRtriou(» ! 8«r«ou of 191§ Ti. get this bulletin, clip, tin out, and send this coupon! L". S. DKP'ARTjrEST OF AG IVaslilneton, D. C. Please send Farmers' Bulletin 984 to (Name) (Street or R. F. D. Number) (City and State) This space is contributed by The Daily Courier.

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