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PAGE THE DAILY: COURIER, CONNEJILSVILLE, PA. WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 191S. Tie regular Circle, No, 100, to the Republic, will bo Kitt toniorrbi afternoon in Miss Edna Rhodaback, Mr. and daughter of -of . Virginia. vrerjEaMrfjed yesterday .W iontown bjrrDrrffc- STjBrSmley^of the Greath Bethel Baptist- ctrarch. ,, ;Cburcb._par -will . bg -.observed, to; ·THbWBW tii "the- Methodist .Episcopal : church... The! Borne JMissijmarr .?p-; ~ clely wm-nYeerarnrao A. MV, -the -Ladies' Aid at 1.30 P. M,. and the Foreign society at 3 o'clock. Lunch will -"be served at the noon hour. | The J. O. C. class of the Finst Meth: odlst Episct)pa_l-j -church- --tield- a "Je- · lighttul picnic last evening to Black- stontf3:}jr,Qye.-..rThe~meinbers met.-, at '. the home of Mrs. Ralph McCormick ' and from there ir.ent In ( body to the picnic grounds. Luncheon, consist. in* of many picnic delicacies of the · season, was served. . . ..... ' Miss ' -Katharine Knox entertained · six-{5i«BSf-~y«»teF3ay-"artern,cB at ; her home in Isabella' road in honor Hormptmt of Phlladel- ajtjr.et MlsV- Mary Weidman. _ 3-to 5.HO o'clock. Ouiva tonnedrtte^chief diversion. ' XMBcaAT*aira*':eeted at a meete ' ini~otttIi«,"SpulK.':OMmellsvil!e TV. C. T.'JJ. toiBorrow,aJfernoott:at the home of ir». 'G*crsV"Hartinan.'- Dues also wUl;ib«'Co)]'«ct«d and all members are urged to Ve' mi -haniC- -- "~ CA-"T.«7r*5,ltiSii'a.i^s«jU;;i 1 *' till 8 of the. J^prhters-.of Rnth-Bfble class of th»,yrintty r ,LuJ£is«i-chaTchTra« .held . lasOrening at ^te. home-;';of Mrs. TTOlftun ^Sellers in t;U»beria road. There~TK». a good attendance and a . most enjoyable time was had. freshments -were served. Re- - The_r.egnlar meeting of the I. X. L. Bible class of the United Presbyterian Sunday school was held last night at the home oFMrs. C. L. Balsley in East. Fairview avenue. SEHTEE jJHE.OJf S.irBATEE is FOB OUIER UTEAJL JUtter distinctive besides utilitarian is' this handy slip-on, sweater. It Is m«de of silk, braid that Is, light enough for, the hottest weather.' Mrs. O. L. Eaton of Cedar avenue. Mrs. Eaton Is a sister of the district attorney. LOCAL WAR NEWS 1IEIIT. BEAIT STURGIS HOfflS; ONE ETE UIKD. Jllst Dacj£ from'yth'e battle frovt; Lieutenant Dean Sturgis arrived last . . . . . . PKSONALS... Air. and Mrs. John S. Stafier of La-, : irobe. were the guests of relatives ^ening from Camp Ito for a visit here yesterday " ; with his.parents, Mr. and Mrs. "W. J. Miss · Josephine Moser has returned stlir El s of Uniontown. While the home'from --a visit---with friends in . " Pittsburg. eiact extent of his wounds, sustained in the advance on Chateau* Thier- Mrs. S. C. "Whipkey IB spending the *f- «f, not -known. Lieutenant Stur' - day in Pittsburg {* believes he has been permanently '-- Miss-Anna Fisher of South Connells- b! , iaded in his right-eye. A chip la Yille^Jias. sor.e to Canton, 0., to visit Inlsslns from his ear and he bearE a - Mrs. Fannie Sice. .... scar on ""* ·"«" Emma Jean and Mary -.Georse Marietta, chlldreV o f : Mr. anil" .Mrs. C. X. - Marietta of Ligonier, are guests of their aunt, Mrs, A. D. Soisson. ·- : Tin-best-jlace_ tp;shop att»r all. Brownell'ShGe Co.--Adr.- ";"-^Miss Belle Still-wagon wen', to Clairton this .morning to visit'Mrs. James Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Lessig of'Green- wood,._-have . returned home after a "visit with. · the latter'a parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. "W. R. McEaroy oEJJjionlHwjS. Miss - Eliza Buttermore,' rhas returned h~ome^-ftrom-a"'"visiWwiih 1 *friends In Unioctbwn.- " : -^' 1 "^~*"7T^*^ 'R..E. StillW«i«ar-»nA :: »ori of Mount Veraon, O., are" visiting the former's . mother, Mrs. Bells Stillwagon of Lin- leg. There is hope that sight may be restored to the injured eye. WILILUt 11TDE TELLS ' " . ' ' ' OF ABRITAI, I3T FBAJ'CE. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Hyde of North Scottdale'have received word from IBOY SCOUTS ARRANGE FORlO-DMOUTiNG ';'· AT WHITE BRIDGE Camp "Will ; 0pen July 22 and Con. tinuc io Aug. 1; Scoutmaster Clkrt IVltt Jn Charge.. At. a meeting of Boy Scout officials and members .ot.the Local Council at the -Carnegie 'Library last night the :date',for tlie- ; camp of .Connellsvills 'scouts was set at _July 22. The tents will be set up at "White' Bridge in the Indian Creek valley which was formerly the camp site of the East j Liberty Y. M. C. A. The. advance· guard will leave'here on July 20 i n ; order to'erect the mess' hall and the j tents for the accommodation of the j main body. It is eipected that about 60 scoutu will attend. Every boy who expects to go will sign up immediately. The camp director will be Scoutmaster. R. Clark Witt Tho camp will last for 10 days, the boys returning on August 1. A meeting of all troop · officers, scoutmasters, assistant scoutmasters, patrol leaders and scribes wtfl be held Thursday night at the library at 1 o'clock;.sharp. Every scout official is expected to'be present as the meeting-will be an important one. On account of the war and high price.of tents no^new equipment will ,be bought Scouts having tents will use 1 ,them and-others interested in the boys; who are willing to lend a tent are asked to notify some scout. The tent will be returned after the end of the camp. Every precaution will be taken in camp to guard the health of the boys. A well balanced menu has been prepared and a good cook will be engaged. The camp is well located as a base from which Interesting hikes can be taken, in addition to a good swimming hole and baseball ground. Oh July 22 part of the scouts will j hike acrojs conn try to camp, a dls- j lance of 10 miles, and others will go | by rail. Four primary rules which will be strictly, observed In camp are: All scouts must obey calls promptly, no matter what else he may ha doing. No scout may go swimming until regular Ume. No' scout may leave camp without permission. io firearms will be permitted. The daily program drawn up for the camp follows: 6,30,.reveille; 6.40, morning dip; 6.55, setting up exercise: 7.10. flag raising; 7.20, breakfast; 8.00, morning council; 8.15, open; 8.45, necessary chores!; 9.15, call to quarters, inspection; 9.30, open; 11.00. swimming; 11.50, first call to dinner; 12.00, dinner; 1.00, bank open, rest hour, Bible study, stories; 1.30; games; 4.00. swimming; 5.00, open; 6.00, first call to supper; 6.15; supper; 7.00, lowsqn^ ot flag; 7.10, open; 8.30, campfire, story telling, songs, religion exercises; 9.45, taps. Reagan-MecItUng. Mr, and Mrs. E. H. Heagan of New Salem, have announced the marriage of their daughter, Lillian A., to Russell B. Mecliling of UL-iovr.n. They were married at Yuu^KStown, 0., December 26, 1917, by Rev. E. White. The bride is cashier at lie Fairbanks Supply company store. .Mr. MechJing .s a son of L. C. Mechling of Union- their son, "William,.of the 10th. Field j town, and a graduate ot the 1916 class Artillery, who is now in France. He j o£ Uniontown high school.. He is - say« he is enjoying the best of health, student of State college, having at' tended the last two terms. Be h Mr. BALLOON" COMPAXr SOW : . W? Mrs. Jlechliog are quite popular AT EMBARKATION CA3tpJ a ? :lon 6 ^ e younger social set of Un- Daniel Springer, a member of the flontown.. Mrs. llechling is a niece of 14th Balloon Company;."who has been j M r - and Mrs - J - Elaine Reagan' o£ in training at Fort'Omaha, Omaha, I East " Murphy avenue, Connellsvllle. Neb. 7 for several mon'ths,-. is now. at t . .an eastern embarkation-point.;"A " egram from him was received by his parents yesterday. ' Go to the Youth House. Hestaurant , lor yonr Thursday supper. Chicken and waffles. Mrs.'C. 3 "Armstrong.-- Adv.--wed-thnrj-tf. , - atrs.-Rbekwell Marietta and dangh- -t«r, Jtrs. J. -Melvin Grey,. Trent :to Pittsburg this · morning-, to see Mrs George Marietta,-who-underwent an operation at the Allegheny , General hospital. ...... ,..-.-· J. Itomer -Porch -'and .-family of ^Kecksburg. were "gnests"^ Sirs. J. Blalne Reagan. 9! East Murphy avenue,.Sunday. ' JJr. and Mrs^ Prank "W. Wright, of "Will* road, and Mr. and_aira."S. W. 'Metzler of Uniontown, nave" .'returned ·iome from an. ..automoBiler .".trip to Camp Meade, Annapolls^CMdjy^.whi they visited Mr.''and JIB. ^"Wright's son. Lieutenant Dana Wright'"Frank ."Wright, sjsprroi-Mr. and Mrs. Wright, /·who h»s:J»e» In -training "at' Plattsburg. X.^XZJtacojnpairled them home. jUittir^Bd rEva Furlong", went to Fairmont-ihis morning .to; T(8it.-rela- Uves. - .: : : :':"·'"-" : "-' · Mrs." Mary- Minnis "was", called to Pittebirs yesferday;by lh« death of Miss-- EH»-- uncirigliaia' of "-Vine" street wait to-Pittgburg · · t h ' vren is FRANCE is - : MADE A SERGEA5T. In a lette rto a friend here A. G. "Witt, with Company D, lljkh Infantry, 'tells of'being promoted from a corporal to a sergeant. "When the company mobilized here last July, "Witt was a bugler. He was made" a corporal and wont overseas in that office. On arriving in France he was marts a sergeant HIS PICTURE Ef It. i- 0. 5TAGAZDTE. A picture of Sergeant Arthur Leiberger, better known as "Tony," appears hi the Baltimore Ohio Railroad Employes' magazine. Sergeant Leiberger,.'. who - is somewhere in France,' wears- a gold stripe on his arm-, denoting-six months' service in France. · l,Mrs. George Mentzer have ye from Monessen where .they were'Ute gnests of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ferguson. ' " - Miss Martha Tibbets was in Uniontown today on business. ' Mrs. Edward Leckemby and family returned last night from a trip »o Jamestown, N._Y.,. and other places. · District Attofney H. -H. Rowand of Allegheny . county and Mrs Howand i · and Mrs^liarry 3udd ot Oakmont, the. \-g££ · ··" . -' : · ~~. ' '- .' i become arc g^teajs at-_the --home of Mr. -- - Bible Class .-Meets. Thc.'pB. S. A. Bible'.'class of Scottdale was entertainea/;by' Mr. and Mrs. Harold Atkinson of Prittstown. The following were .present: William Morris,...Everson; ..'."William Lakin, George-A'lkinion; Atr.':and Mrs. J. L. eefi: and Miss .Battle Freed, Mount Pleasant;'. Miss Eva L. Freed, Connellsville; John D. Etling and Miss Eva Etling, Freed; Miss Grace Richter. White; JTr. anci Sirs..A. F. Freed and. Miss Mildred- .E. Freed, Pennsville; Mr. .and Mrs. George Cassell, Dickerson Hun; Mr. and Mrs. D. L.' Fitzgerald,.Scottdale. Pastor Ernest Genski of Pittsburg, gave two addresses. · ; ..'" Card of Thanks. . , Mrs. Caffery and \family wish to thank those who so kindly helped them in thflir recent bereavement oC their father and the husband, Patrick Caffery. They .also wish to thank those who sent floral tributes. Mrs. Ellen Caffery and Family.--Adv. Going to Princeton. Ralph C. Kennedy of Uniontown has received his transportation and orders to report at the school oi! aeronautics at Princeton, N. Saturday. military J., on IVed In CnmlM-rlnnd. Harry Butler, Beeson, and Mar}' Hldock, Outcrop, and Charles Poster- Mill Remnant "Sale HOME of QUALITY and SERVICE: tolas N PITTSBURG St.; COMNELLSVILI..^ f CONNELLSVSLLE'S GREATEST STORE Enthusiasm ran high among the women who attended the first day of our Mill End Remnant Sale--And why? Because it's one of the biggest events in the whole vicinity. Dunn's Semi- Annual Mill End Sale now in progress--car loads of fresh, new, dependable merchandise are being turned over to the people of Connellsville and vicinity at cut prices. This is the greatest Mill End Remnant Sale we ever held--because of the growing scarcity of merchandise and labor. Everybody should fill all their wants now. Come and See! Note the prices--See the quality of merchandise--Get your share. Our Mill Remnant Sale Will be the great economy event--Cotton goods has suffered greatly because of the war. Good cotton merchandise is scarce and high in price, but the items below do not show it. In fact, if we were to purchase these goods today we would have to pay more than we are asking at retail. Every good worthwhile quality of merchandise is here at big savings. Kenwood Sheets, size 81x90 $1.69--worth today $1.98 Moha-pfk Sheets, size 81x90 $1.98--worth todaj- $2.JO Kenwood Sheets, sizes 72x90 $1.39--worth today $1.59 Kenwood Pillow Cases, size 42x36 29c--worth today 35c Mohawk Pillow Cases, size 42x36 -- 39c--worth today 50c Mohawk Bolster Cases, size 42x72 ,, S9e--worth today 95c Turkish Towels, colored border 59c--worth today 75c Turkish Towels, plain white, hemmed 19c--worth today 25c Hnck Towels, size 16x24 ..,,._ 19c--worth today 25c Mercerized Table Damask, per yard ...... 79c--worth today $1.00 Table Damask, (Union) half linen -- 98c--worth today SE25 Economy is the watch-word of the day and there is no better way of economizing than to do your buying now at our Great Mill End Remnant Sale. In Our Mill End Remnant Sale Grouped in three gigantic lots to be featured at prices that will establish a new bargain record. We are going to offer values such as the women of Connellsville and vicinity'have not known before this season. If we tell you that the materials alone are worth more than you are asked to pay for any of the suits you will realize what an event this Suit Sale is going to be. Suits worth to $27.50 now ,314.95 Suics worth to $40.00 now $22.95 Suits worth to $60.00 now $31.95; Sensational Sale of In Our Mill End Remnant Sale The high grade Dresses included in this Sale were bought at a price that represents a real sacrifice on the part of the manufacturer. Other Dresses that you will find in tnis Sale were taken from our regular higher priced sections, making the most wonderful lot of fine Dresses that have ever been sold in this vicinity at $5.95 up to $14.95. In Our Mill End Remnant Sale The charm of these n e w M i d -Summer styles will win the heart of every woman who sees them. They are beautifully made of Georgette, Crepe, Batiste, Organdie and Dimity, triin- med with lace touches of embroidery, etci Featured at this sale at 79c, SL50, $1.95 up to JS.95. ' MTTJ/ EXD BEJDTAST SA1E. Attention! Women. Misses and Juniors! Once again Connellsville's Greatest Store has broken all records. Thrifty shoppers will be delighted when they see the beautiful Hats. They are copies of higher priced models and are rare bargains at $1.95, $2.95, $»55 and up to $12.50. Hats for all occasions--for sport, afternoon, street and general wear. Greatest variety of styles and shapes. All up-to-date Mid-Summer models with-newest trimming effects. In Our Mill End Remnant Sale At 95c, $1-25, $2.00, $3.95 up to ?7.50. Fully fifty distinctive new models to choose from--tailored from fine Gabardines, Linenes; Surf Satin and Striped Cords. All crisp, spotlessly new, summer Wash Shirts, actually they could not be manufactured under ordinary conditions to sell at such ridiculous prices. tj-iuAJT-n., w u t u i u y , cuiu. Vjiitti Jt;ji A USLOI- ; , /irnnlrt ' C\ I *T1T I flf us -and.Adelaide '.Wilson, Fairchance, | ALTIVE CANYASb were granted licenses to weil in Cum-; berland. Scottdale Property Sold. R. M. Patton of Scottdale has purchased-land in.Scottdalo from Mr. and Mrs..Daniel R. "Blower of California, Pa. The consideration was $3,500. UNDER WAY FOR, ORPHANAGE FUNOU; 10 10 --Grape-Nuis Delight and - . Nourishes price -.--..has ,:~iumjed · 't6i 'JCSiJ.ajjjrit.;. This; was .disclosed/at Itoday's session of police court, at which men fined for drunkenness stated that, the boot-leggers, had adopted that price. . - "PytWans Banquet. Following _their meeting last evening, members . of Lodge 410 of the i knights of Pylhias at Dunbar, enjoyed I their srai-annual banquet at Toby's , Quick Lunch. Sixteen. werq . at the I feast, at'' which; all, the.; delicacies bit. the s?aaon wijre served. . Coal Changes llniuls. Mr. and Mrs. William V. Sipe of Donegal township sold to the Indian Creek Coal Coke company coal in Donegal township for ?S01.28. Try Our ClaASTfled Ads. One cent a word is all they cost LATER THE BETTER. Ten Committee* at Work in Local T^ ri^ory in Interest of Pittslmrg Institution. Committees soliciting for the share of Conncllsrille .and vicinity in the $100,000 fund for the maintenance of St. Paul's orphanage ai. Icllewood, Pittsburg ,are making good progress, although no reports on amounts raised will be obtained until after the committees' confer, on 'Thursday evening, at which Lime a meeting has been called in Knights of Columbus hall. J. W. Ralston is head of the campaign. Associated with .him are the following committees: . First ward--J. jr. Doyle, Jamel Kelley, T. B. Donnelly and W. p. Soisson. Second ward--John Irwin, p J. J. Brady, Thomas Brennan and' Frank Friel". Third ward--J. J. Ash, Fred. Neuroth,. Michael O'Connor and' John F. McGrath. Fourth ward---V. .H. Soiseon, Joseph D. Madigan,. .Vincent F.endine and Joseph Cuneo. . ..,. South Side--F. B. Koelker, "Walsh, J.. J. Dougherty and CASTOR LA For Infants and Children In Use For Over 3O Years .Lambert, South Conncllsville--Thomas V. Donegran Thomas Logan, M. J. Lohan and Lee Soisson, West Side--M. J, Roland, Martin 'asson, Thomas Keenan and Kdward Duggan. Trotter--James Burns, Peter Duffy, Dennis Mahoney and Andy Miller. Adelaide and Broad Ford--^-Patrick Burns, Hugh Boylan, Julius Schlinger and Anthony Healey. Poplar Grove and vicinity--p. J. Tormay and H. D. Brown. PRACTICE THRIFT. Snying Account, ftt Bank Soh-cs Thrift Problem. One oE the ways to practice thrift is to opea a savings account with The Citizens National Bank and increase the account as much as iwssible by additional deposits. This plan will l e a d - t o a judicious, careful handling of your 'personal or household expenses and you will constantly have 'a little money left over for your bank account. "We cordially invite deposits in acy amount.- This hank is located at 138 North Pittsburg street--Adv. AN EASY WAY TO BANISH PIMPLES If you are troubled with pimples, blackheads, acixe, barber's itch, blotches, freckles or other skin disease or blemish, now is the Ume to get rid of it with Hokara. Tins pure and simple skin healer is being introduced in Connellsviile by A. A. Clarke at the low price of 35c, for a liberal sized jar, and he has sold hundreds of treatments. It contains no grease or acids, is cleanly to use and is a true" nouHsh- ment for the skiu, cleaning and clear- ;.l Baby trirl Bora. A baby girl'.was born- at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Shumaker of South Eighth street, "West. Side, on July Fourth. The girl is the second ir. the family. Will Leave.Hospital. Mrs. George Marietta, who under- Johu JOHN BUSH. Bush, 37 years old, dropped dead yesterday morning at his home in Uniontown. ORVILLE WILLIAM BAIRD. Orville William Baird, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Merch Baird of Un- iontowa, died yesterday afternoon atf ·4.30 o'clock, at the family residence Funeral services will be held from the Wesley chapel, with interment in the church cemetery. ing it in every jore, making it soft, white and beautiful. 'If Hokara docs not do eve! than is claimed for it and give p in more' 1 TM 8 held yesterday afternoon at perfect j °' clock from the family residencf MJIS SABINA WBLKBR. The funeral of Mrs. Sabina Welier 2.30^ , . race in satisfaction, return the empty jar to :E:lsl Pa 5' et te street, and from St. the A. A. Clarke Drug Store and he| J f bll ' s Ge "" ma n Lutheran church at 3 will refund your money. If you have I °' clock - A lar se number of relatives any skin trouble, you cannot spend i and £vriellds of the deceased attended. 35c to better advantage than for a jar '-. Rev - Geo ''se Dietz, the pastor, and ' of this skin food-- Adv -. , ' ROT - EIlis B - Burgess, of the Trinity ] Lutheran church, officiated, Inter- Normay School, l ment was made in Hin Gr °TM ceme- " SonthTTCStern State , California. "Pa. " ; tery - _ The extraordinary number of South- · ~ - · western State Normal graduates who Want Help! are now filling important positions ! Then use our classified column. throughout the east is evidence of the ! suits will follow. thoroughness of the institution. Forty- ! _________ __ 'veek term opens September 2. Op- '. portunity to specialize in Music, Elo- i cution. Kindergarten and Domestic . Science. Board and room, 55.50 per : week with tuitional assistance to those ; preparing, to teach. For catalogue Hubby--Hurry, dear, or we shall be I Always bears rtft 1 n f-n fcAi- n'h 11 T-rth .'· '' "" · ' - . - . ' . . i . tDC Patronize those who advertise. too late »r church. "Wifey^-We can't be too latei:wlien rm wearing this'new dress and hat. he Signature of went an operation in the Allgheny I write to W. S. Hertzog, California, General hospital, Pittsburg, expects to J Pa.--Adv. be able to return home the latter part ot tlie- weeic. 1 ' ' , .Try our classified advertisements. TVuo to Patronize. Those who advertise in The Courier. Daily TO ADVANCE IX FEICE N EURALGIA For quick results · rub ths Forehead and Temples with 9' · W 25c--£0c--$1.00 tVi- -*t*. *t.m!f

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