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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

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WEDNESDAY, JULY-10, 1918. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA.. JPAGE THREE. NEWSY NOTES TELL WHAT'S HAPPENING INTHEMILL TOWN Christian Workers' Institute Has Been Arranged for Friday. DR. STEVENSON TO BE SPEAKER JDiTlne Will Be Assisted at Baptirt Cfaucfc by Xiss \frlaa Heard; Dr. AV. 6. KoswU Will Speak Ja S»»e Charch Weiteesfey Suecla.1 to The Courier. . SCOTTDALE, July 10.--A Christian "Workers' institute will be held la the 'First Baptist church, Scottdale, oa Friday, 3uly 12, from 3 to 5 o'clock and from 8 to 9.SO in the evening. The institute, will be conducted by the Rev. Dr. S 3t Stephensou and Miss Vivian Beard. "Dr. Stephensoii Is director of Bible schools and young people's work in the Baptist denomination,-and is a specialist in religious education. Miss Beard is a graduate of the Bible Institute for Christian Workers of Philadelphia, and is specializing in 'teen age work. A cordial invitation is extended to "workers in all the churches of the community to attend the institute. This is a splendid opportunity to hear specialists in religious education. Dr. Rnssell Coming. The Rev. Dr. "W, G. Russell, district secretary of the Baptist Home and Foreign Missionary societies, will speak on Wednesday evening at the First Baptist church of Scottdale. Dr. Kussell is a former pastor of the church, · and his many friends will welcome this opportunity of hearing bim again. For Sale. Twelve room double 'house,' mod- Nerves Need Phosphorus Like Muscles Need Food Says Doctor TTho Prwcrib*s Phosphorated JlaU to Steady the Jferres, Clear the Brain aad Bviid Up Weak, 1 Aervons, Rundown People. Boston, Mass.--Your ner^as need phosphorus like 'your muscles need food., says Dr. Reid, and.-tlie! trouble with moat men and women ! Is that on his- work. 3 advised him to take two five-grain taWets .of phosphorated malt after each meal. In less than ten days he walked into my office full oE im and vigor--his eyes brlpht ,his tep firm and his manner that of a though he was they h»ve exhausted their natural supply of 'phoapboruB and find them- selevs run down, .weak .and nervous, i man of twenty-flvo, Often they look strong 1 , as ff they [ well past fifty. could do" a full day's work, but while they have a certain kind of strength, they lack endurance. They also lack decision and find it difficult to concentrate on one thing and finish it, and the easily Startled. Irritable and The value ,ol* malt is well known to all physician*. It is a remarkable I tonic and tissue builder. Combined j with phosphorus, as In phosphorated j , malt. It increases mental activity, balances the blood and aids the sj-stem j to convert food into living tissue. The sy S t a r t e . · iw c o n v e r t i.inm . I U L U m i i i f e 1.1 *«·«».. ·...- : But generally a lack of -phosphorus 1 old liquid forms of malt are unpleas- \ shows itself in a lack of general in- i ant to take and. besides. most of ! tere*t, and people are often thought to be laUty whereas they -are onZy thsm -'contain . alcohol. Phosphorated j malt has the tissue buildiny proper- · nerve-starved; ;.Por months or yearsitics of malt without the evils oC alco- they go on usin£ a tittle more phos 1 - ' holic rtlnmliuion. After a few claya phorua than the system produces till of it you will wake in the morninp ! their ·tore Is exhausted and a com- 1 viperous and refreshed, ready- to rise! plete nervous breakdown is close at tand bepln day's work with redoubled hand. Both mind and body are affected, and nothing empresses them or in- tereats them as It once did. It is dan- confidence, optimism and endurance. NOTE. -- The feeling oC exhilaration , noticeable after a few -weeks' | supply of phosphorus can be replen- j thnt come^ of _ perfect health--· Serous and needlees to run.into such a use of phosphorated malt Is nnt condition, for if. -.taken in time the j to stimulation. It Is the cheerfulness; tout come^ of perfect health -- when j the life-stream" flows freely supplying, the nourishment the body needs and L enabling the org-ans of elimination tn j throw out the poisons of which the body needs tn be rid. The cheerful-! iflhed. Two five-grain- table to of phosporated malt aftei- each meal for ten days will usually be all that, ta necessary. · " . - . I have seen phosphorated malt produce astonishing- results In a' verv short time.. Recently a patient came to me physically rnn . down and ness ok' perfect health and nourishment is so rare to most people 1 be remarkable and strange. the verre of * tnenta.1 collapse. His i Phosphorated malt ip sold by all dally work had become drudgery and driiffRlsts and especially In Ccmnells- he got neither rest nor recreation ' ville by tile I,aughrey Drug Co., and from hla sports or holidays. He cocld j J. c. Mnore, neither sleep nor concentrate his mind Dunbar. Dawson. DUNBAR, July 9.--The "West Pens j DAY/SON, July-D.--Mr. and Mrs. | special. No.'202, slipped off the rails j Clarence Brower of Glassport are j Monday night in front of the Central ; visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. j Hotel. Gasoline. 26c. Wells-Mills Motor Car Co.. Connellsville.--Adv-27-Jt. The Volunteer Fire department will hold a meeting of the citizens of the ! bought the store of Charles J. Me- . ; borough in the K. of P. hall Thursday! cm and will open up for business in J. W. Brower. North Dawson. Gasoline', · 26c. ^Veils-Mills ^Fotor j Car Co., Connellsvillc.--Adv-27-4t. I The Florence Supply company has ! evening at 8 o'clock. ·· a few days. ern, rent $30, tor $3400. - 1 ' Miss Dorothy Bozeman of the Fur- j j,| rs . jaraes Meehan has returned : Sii room house with bath on paved ; E ice. aged 14 years, has knit seven . home from a,p'isit with friends and : street, J2.600. j p a i r °f.s° clss ' P°« sweater and scarf relatives in Indiana county. i Seven room house, newly painted.: f o r the ' ^d Cross division oC Con- i Caflton Newmyer visited his i Can give immediate possession for \ nallsville since her school let out in brother. Hilton, over Sunday at j $;i,200. i sta y- "i Camp Lee. 1 Miss Mabel Swcaringen of Wash- j Mr. and .Mrs. Cyras vVMpkev were Seven room house and work shop oa Mulberry street, *?2,500. L'eWitt.--Adv.--9-5t. To Install Pastor. E. F. The installation, of the Hov. Lan- . ington, D. C., is spending a few days Connellaville callers Tuesday, with her father, of this place. j j. c. McGiU was a business caller i "V\ T . A. Griffin and S. E. Coe of | in ConnellsviUe Monday. - .Brown syi He were business callers j C. E. RbJnehart has moved hi'.t bach as pastor ot the '"Reformed j hcre .Monday; «· \ family to DawBon from Monesaen. church will take place at. the church! Mrs. J - D - EUenberger and grand-: M r p j_ c McG m and family have here on Friday- evening. : [daughter, Miss Virginia, speni Sun- i returnee] home from a visit with her Xrs. Uertnde Claybroot, * du *' at Huffsdale" with relatives. [sister, 'Mrs. M. B. Pryce. Connells- Mrs, Gertrude. Alvera Qlaybrook, 22- Afrs - R - v - Miller of Dixonville is : ville. years old. wife of 0. Clay-brook, died i ^siting her motlier. Mrs. William j The Y. M. C. A. Baseball team, ac- at her North* Broadway home early | Foltz - [companied by a band of rooters, will Monday morning. ' Funeral service's! Mr - aTld Mrs - J - N - Kidd are sP cnd r | so to Mount Braddock for a game o n ; will be held this afternoon at the Morning Star Baptist church, and in- ' ing" a two week's vacation at Atlan- | Saturday. tic City. {· Klmer SmiiJi of Montana Js visit- ! terment will he made in the Scotfdaie I M "- **· McDanlels, wife of Captain ing friends ;ind relatives. He w e n t , cemetery. ] McDaniels,-and Mrs. T. V. Daiicy are | to Camp Lei: Saturday to v i s i t , his! Personal. .Mrs. Albert Keister and Mrs. Albert! Keister, Jr., spent. Monday .in Pitts- | burg. . ; .; . . j "ilr. and Mrs. George Carroll h'avei j shopping in Pittsibur? today. Misses Teresa and Doloras Dailey it.vc returned home after visiting I nephew, Roy Brallier. He wa.s accompanied by his sister, Mrs. E. E. Brallier. relatives in -Jphjastown and Bellvue, j Misses Josephine and Jennie Dolas j Patronize tbose who advertise. j Mrs. Thomas Zimmerman has re- i returned :rom Farmington. where 1 and Miss/Annie Bemine returned to, turned horn,; from a visit w i t h : IK.. (,,,,,., ·,,,,,,;» c.,-^TMi AaW I their homes in. Pittsburg after visit-! friends in MrKoesport i they have spent several day*. Leroy Keslar leEt Monday evening! , ; on a trip to Indianapolis, Ind...Toledo, j George S.. Gray, of ntteburg is j If To« An Htintlni; ing Mr. and Mrs.'F. Mamell. O., aad Camp Custer, Mich. j spending, a fe,yr days here with his Miss Hannah Eager of Fairmont, j Points and friends. ·W. Va.. is visiting friends here. j ^. Mr _f- f aniel Harper and sister ot ; \Voodvale street visited friends and relatives in Morgantown and East Millsboro recently. C. M. Hart of Foxburg was a bnsi- ness caller here Monday. Dunbar defeated the West Side Read the advertiselng'colnnins ot The j Daily Courier. You will find them, j Miss Bessie Findlay has returned from a visit paid friends at Dunbar. . Miss Thelma Gr*ss has returned from Vandergrift, where she visited tor, Mrs. J. H. Marvin. House Cleaning. Clearing all lines where sizes, col- cro and assortments are broken--discontinued -lines-^-clearing in a convincing manner-i-prices reduced .very radically. · · · · · . ' It is our duty to'bring to Ute homes' u," all in the Scoudale district the ttedec, necessary things :md distributt: them at ths lowest possible t5SL to all. . If you will come in and louk at the 'i.saay bargains in. our July Clearance I'aie you'll surely want to protect .·jurself now against the many ; high in-icea which wilt, certainly prevail tnis autumn. Bendincr's Broadway. Ladies' Store, Scottdale, Pa.--Adu. Patronize those who advertise. Indian Creek. iNDIAN CREEK, July D.--George Bigam was a business caller in Con- nellSTllle and Mount Braddock. Gilbert May oC Connellsville spent [ n tew days with his parents at Mill | KUB. ' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miner Thorpe and McLaughlin; "West Side, Conghenour and Menefee. } . Patronize'those who'sdvertlsn. ,;:.;' PUNY. WEAK BOY j Made Strong aid Veil liy Tinol. iVby | It Is Itest for CMldren. '\Viniamson, W. Va.--"My HtUe boy 1 Tfaa weak puny and tired all the time, did not want to do anything'. Vinol wtks recommended and 'it has buiit up his strength and made him healthy." --Barley CUy, Williamson, W. Va. i The reason Vinol : was so success-! iul in thU case, is because it contains | beef and cod liver peptones, iroti. and ; mungaDese peptonates; and glycero- : phosphates, the .very elements needed to build up a weakened, 'run-down system, make rich,* red blood aii-d create strength,'. ' . -Laughrey: Druy Co., Connell'Tille; D. : C. Eason, Dunbar, and drugis;; everywhere.;--Adv. Insists That Frail, Nervous Women Can Speedily Become Strong and Vigorous A Vigorous Healthy Body, Sparkling Eyei and Health- Colored Cheeks Come in Two Weeks, Says Discoverer of Bio-feren. World's GmkUrt Hedtfa Builder Cotto Nothing U n l e s s It Gives to W o m e n , the Buoyant Health They Long for. Meyersdaie. MEYERSDALE, July 8--Mr. and ***~.. id'Mrs. Thoin»s Crowe, son, Leo, .and daughter"Maggie,"spent a day with · Miss Steinly of Frostburg, Md., were Connellsville friends and shopping. Sunday'visitors at the home of Mr. John Dahl of Mill.Eun was a business visitor in Conuellsville. Kev. John Harbaugh of Mill Run rpent a day among Connellsville friends. attend the annual retreat of the Sirs. Fred Humphries and children are spending today .among Connell3- . ville friends. . . . Rodney "Woodmancy has returned .Catholic priests of^the^Altoona dip- to duty after a 10-day vacation. Joseph Illig of Oakland, Md.. spent a few days 'with his parents here. J. H. Barger of Indian Head is a I asiness caller in Connellsville and t r nfontown. ' . ': Mrs. Walter Smith and Mrs. H. B. Brown are calling on Conaellsyille ar-,;! T^isenring friends and shopping i'atronize thosr whD advcni-if and Mrs: Glen Crowe. John A. Berkley ·of Pittsburg io visiting and attending to business in town for a few days. Rev. J. J. Brady of this place and - twic. *a rood, look twice «s attractive Hov V i M/-Parth»- nf Wpctt' ^atic- an* *"1 twice m» strong a« before you HSl. 1. J. .McCarthy of West balls- ,t IrMd . y OIlr money is waiting for yoii. bury left here Monday morning U; - It If »af« to »*y that rifirht here In thl» bic city are. tcna of thouaanda ot ·weak, nervous, run-down, depressed women who in two wsekj' time could m»ke themaolvea mo healthy, BO attractive auid so keen-minded that they would compel the admiration of all their friende, Th» vital health bvlldln«r elements that these despondent women lack are all plentifully supplied la Blo-fcrcn. ' If 7*011 are ambitlout, crave aacc««s )n life, want to have a healthy, vig-or- oui body, clear skin and eyes that ·how no dullness, make up your mind to ret packag* of Eio-foren Hg-ht away. ' It eo*t» but llttlft Mill yoa can get an original package at anj- drueeist anywhere. .. Tmk* two tablets after each meal and on* at b«dtim«--8«von a day for ·even days --then one after meala till all ar* ffon-e. Then if you don't feel Only two beet kinds of corn Green corn onth« cob and- POSTlOASTIES cese which is 'being he'd at Lorettn this -weefc. Patronize those who advertise. . Mrs. Sue Liston has returned froiw a week's visit with . relatives anrl friends la Confluence and Lia'tonburg. · : Mrs.' John Ponner of.iPennsville is visiting at the.home of her daughter- in-law. Mrs. .Julia Donner. ·;· · ' . .Miss Carrie: Steinberger left 'lion- Any tor a month's visit with relatives i and frienda : in Martinsburg and Clia'mbersburg. .Mr. and itra.. Quincey .Murphy and two'; children and Mrs. -Annie Rus- sellipf Frostburg"motored here Sun- clay and were guests of Mr. and-Mr?. : Eugene Crow«. .,-- · · ., · .' '. ' Mrs. Cnarieii Schroyer has retuHterl to her home ia Rockwood after a.few. days' visit he-re.with, her mother,. Mrs. H. C. Kiiiicfian.- . '-. · . . . ; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bittner anil two children, who visited relatives in Glenco*. have returned home. It belong, to · ytu, for the discoverer of Bio-feraa d.-'.sn't want one penny of it unlen It f:ilnll» all cUlini. ]To4e t» PltymMclmnmi There 18 n* aecret about the formula of 6to-f«ren ( it ia printed on every package. Her. It'la: Lecithin; Calcium'Glycero-phc«- phftte; Iron Peptonate; Manganea. Peptonate; Ext,' Kux Vomlca.; Pow*, Gentian; PlienalplVthaiein; Oleorosiu ; Kolo. If Tta TTant Something Advertise tor it IB our classified col-~ 1 uran. . .Oa* ce*t .'.- word,:- .'·' . Big savings all this month in the better kinds of Furniture, Rugs, Carpets, Stoves and House Furnishings, that have been tried and tested--that have set the Standid for Quality--Service and Satisfaction Giving. Goods Delivered by Motor Truck Anywhere, Ask Our Salesmen About Convenient Credit System. Baby Strollers JUSL tlie carriages for little tots who can "sit up and take notice." The chcildren can wheel them easily. Priced upward from $11.50 Collapsible Carriages at $12.75 ·. Genuine Reed CJiknages at $24.75 Whittall Rugs New Fatteros A Display of New Rugs In Patterns of Wonderful Richness and Beauty Our .Rug Department now lias on display the largest variety of patterns in our history, including the new Oriental designs in rich shades of characteristic colors. Rugs are the background of the home and for this reason should be chosen with the ut- rnost care. Color harmony, rich contrast, and soft tones characterize every fu s in our stock and you can be sure of finding In our large assortment of room-size rugs, just the design that pleases you. The durability of a rug is of eouai importance with its'pat- tern. When you buy a rug at this store you can be assured that it will giye years of satis- tory service. Decause with our wide and valued experience nothing but rugs of real quality ever enter our stock. Coroe in and inspect our new rugs. Kaltex Rockers This Genuine Kaltex Kocker- There are many different kiads of Fibre Furniture -- but only one "Kaltex." -- and that is sold exclusively by Aarono's. For real wearing qualities "aKl- tex" can't be beat -- because it ·will stand the hardest kind ot wear. It -can be scrubbc-d with soap and water without hurting ihe finish. ProavlMii Teetk ol*»: to help ear* ·iUve, AND DOCS IT! AA your Dentiat, Onaade Save Money on Dining Tables Again we set the pace in cutting prices on furniture necessities. -Every dining table In our store is especially priced during this month. Prices start at $14.75 Kitchen Cabinets us low as $27.50 They have all the conveniences, the labor saving devices and the features that really help the busy housewife conserve her time. Thrift Salo prices will mean' :i tidy saving to many a home. ' Two Rooms in One and Save 25%. By purchasing a bed-davenport dor- ing this sale, you add what is practically another room to your home-and pay exactly 25% less than you would ordinarily. There are any number of different designs in the short or long prices ranging upwards from · $39.00 "Like i Clean China DlsK Leonard C l e a n a b l e Refrigerator Here is a Refrigerator that is scientifically constructed--that is made of the best materials only--that Is built by specialists .to .last, a life-time. That's why the Leonard Cleanable is a permanent investment. Ten Walls to Save Your Ice! That's why the Leonard Cleanable w.ill save it's cost in ice alone--conserves and saves your food moat economically. $8.50 . Come in anil see size Leonard that we're offering at Keayj 2 Incli Continuous 1'ost Iron Bed .._ : _ _..:.....:.;.: $9.75 : Beds on sale for ihe entire week. Plenty in stock to sup- p l y you. . . . . . Finished in the best grade of whits .enamel--mounted on. ball bearing casters--twelve heavy fillers. Aaron's Exclusive Agents for the New Process Gas Range --the "Grand Good" Range that has made hundreds of Gonnelkville Housewives happy! We have been selling the New Process for over 15 years--' thousands of them every year--rand thousands of satisfied' customers as a result! The" New Process is a.-wonder for pleasing ; As a baker it is in a class by itself. Captured grand "prize at San Francisco- Exosition.

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