The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on July 11, 1918 · Page 5
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July 11, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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XHPRSDAY, JULY 11, 1918. ·THE DAILY COURIER, TONNELLSVTliE, PA, PAGE FTVMD. ·Jr NEWS OF THE DAY AT MT. PLEASANT BRIEFLY RELATED Pupils of Eighth Grade Presented With Writing Certificate*. - COMiEllSmil HAN IS FINED luac rtucls Btiists Arrest Wfcea Fe]k». Go Alter Kim) .Friend Pots l tklt rinej Aaother Member of His Party Also is Arrested; Notes. Specla. to .The Courier. Meyersdale. MEYEBSnALE, July ».--Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Baer and two children have returned ..frjam . Wellersburg where they visited [relative*. · B! S. Hush was a business visitor to. Connellsville on Monday. : \ .,. Mrs.-ilary Krause ,ind son, Nelson, of PUtsburg' are visiting relatives and friends here tor several 'days. ~ · . Mrs. S. B;.Philson and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. R. H. PhiUon, were in Cumberland on Monday visiting Mrs. Brnce Bie'hty, who is a patient in the Allegsny hospital · at that place. . ' . " Mrs. Joseph Levy of Somerset . is spending a ' f e w days h*fe visiting' relatives and friends... , . .Miss Gertrude Lcntz left Monday for Cuxaebriand where she intends'.to. take a course in the Oatherman Business college. MOUNT PLEASANT, July H.--The· Miss Mary Fike entered the Univer- ifollowing pupils of.the Eighth grade ; of the public schools hive been grsnt- '·« ed writing certificates by P. O. Peterson, teacher in writing: Nettie Miller, Lawrence Condon, Winifred Silliman, Mildred' Farmer, Oliver K. Painter, Ann*' Sidehammer, JFrank Stefl, Elizabeth Zarcnsk?, Armead Queer, Cath- · erine Balak, William Moyament, Phyl- 11s Briercheck,' Morris Levins, Mary Carr, Harriet Shope, Gertrude Keffer and Ralph. 'Easton. J. 0. C. Entertained. Mrs. Bert. Mason entertained the members of the J. O. C. class of the '. Methodist Episcopal Sunday school sity of Pittsburg on Monday to take a six-weeks' course to review her French studies. Miss Fike is a member' of the Meyevsdale high' school faqulty. Walter Scott Mountain of Confluence is visiting Sis grandmother, Mrs. Catherine Groff. · Mrs. George Evans and Mr. asd JIr«. W. H. Lenhart of Hyndman are spending a few days visiting at the home of Mr. and; Mrs. Solomon Grime of Main street. MEYERSDAIJE, July 10.--Word has been received here of the death of J. M. Hay, which, occurred at his home at her East End- -home on Tuesday ' in Akron, O. Mr. Hay was very well evening.: A very pleasant evening.was j known here, having resided in this lo. spent following the business meeting, j cal'itr prior to his going west. He has at which time refreshments were many friends here who will be sorry served. to learn of his death. His ,son-lnr ; fined br BBffress. law-and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. Isaac Francis, who gave his ad-|H. Stotler of Meyersdale, hare gone dross u Connellsville, was aned $20 i to Akron to attend the funeral, last evening by Burgess Stevens for j ^Qsses Margaret and · Caroline Dla disorderly conduct and .resisting ar- of. Cincinnati. O., are here for a · rwt Glenn Miller paid the fine. Francis was a member of an automobile party. Later Chief of Police Hob- ·rt Smith arrested a companion of month's visit, at the home of their parents, Mr. and lira. C. H. Dia. Miss Lydla Beal of Sand Patch, spent Tuesday here wish her staler. Francis and iocfced him up. Mrs. George H. Becford. To Arrange Signal System. Mr.-and Mrs. R. H. Philson and Hoy Lantz, .tasiatant chiaf of the three children lett today for Buck- fire department, who is acting chief in the absence of Chief Harry Holmes, hannon, "W. Va., for a visit with Mrs. Philson's parents. Dr. and Mrs. Reger. who is attending a government school j W. T. Mercier of Johnsburg, was a at Cambridge Springs, is calling a j business visitor here on Tuesday. . meeting of the officers of the fire de-| Miss Gertrude Hibner left today for partmenr with the fire and'wate-com-' mittee of council.' when steps will be taken to arrange a fire alarm system, polico. and fire alarm system. I" TSO»»1. a two weeks' visit with relatives and friends in Connellsville, Masontown and Pitcairn. . the signals of which will be arranged i Miss Ana Dunlap has returned from according to the new boxes that have j a visit with relatives in. Johnstown been installed by tie borough for a and Latrobe. Mrs. . George Miller, and son Earl visited friends In Cumberland on ·f. Mrs. William:Pore has returned Tuesday. from a week's visit -paid Mrs. Elmer I Miss Leora Geiger is visiting for Bsrgcr at Swissvale. j two weeks with her friend, Miss Anna : jGehring, at Jersey City, N. J. *,· I Patronize those who advertise. Perryopoli*. PBBRYOPOLJS, July 9.--Dr. R. P. KamHer. Dr. J. R. Martin and Paul Martin motired to Lancaster, Pa., on Moodily with Edmund Martin, our accommodating jeweler, who volunteered his-services for a time as 'in- Dickerson Run. DICKBRSON RUN, July 10.---Monday, July 15, will.be pay day on the Tough division of Uio Pitteburg * Lake Brie railroad, paying from Pitts- burs to Connellsvillc. The car will structor la the United States army arrlve at Dickereon Run at 1.30 P. M. repair branch of. the Bowman Tech-j Mrs . x w McClintock has returo- nical school of Lancaster. Miss Pearl j ed home atKI a p i eaSBril ^ sll * vllb Blader will hare charge of the store j relatives and friends at Graotoville, while he Is absent , Ma . sie was accompanied home by - ·William and Vail Martin have re-; her Drothe - r A P . Zimmerman. tuTMd home from a visit with roia-1 · Mr. and Mrs E J Beattv have tires at Bellerernon. ' Work la In progress on the Fuller land near here preparatory to the d.e- vtlopnMDt ol the coal. Mlw Bra Martin and Mrs. Frank Martin hive enlisted as Red Cross nnrsee and ar» subject to call by -the / 3. KTlfclntrre has been, on the sick lilt tor tome time. "W. H. Martin attended the meeting o* flM NUtanal Educational associa- «M is Plttiburg il»t week. Misses AJU mad Kate Fretts were also in at- Xn. W. H. Martin 1* risitig frlendi ·t ^Wontown, . Xn. Tnntce* Welmer and children h»T«,r»tura»d from a vbit with r,ela- ttrw at Smock. GET NEW KIDNEYS! The kidn«ys~arc the most overworked orrans ol the human body, and when they fail in their work of ftlter- Ing out ajid throwing 1 oft the poisons d«vetoped in the 'system, things begin to happen. One of the first warning's is palp or Mw lit .the-"lower part of the turned home after spending a week risitins Mr. and Mrs. L. "W; Addis at Sharon, Pa. 1* H. Turner, B. J. Redding, accompanied by other Pittsburg Lako Eric railroad officials, arrived here last evening in J. B. Yohe's. private* car, returning to Pittsburg this morning. 7 Mr. and Mrs.^ J. D. Myera have returned home after spend ing a tew days visiting the latter's parents at Sharon. Patronize those who advertise. colored urine; los aBpetlte; indigestion; irritation, or «r«h stone . i n . the bladder. These ·ymJtoiT)S indiete. a condition tbat may . Iftjia to that' dreated and fatal jnaladr. Brfgrht'a dlseaae, for which thera;ls aaid'to be no cure. 4. · Ton can almost- certainly, find immediate, relief In GOLD MBDAI* Haar-. _ . l«m Oil Cap»u)e». For more than ; 200 | ment; 10342 were referred to pqsi- years this famous preparation ha» tions for which .they, were considered Se*""*"* r °ur°Jtzry° T troubles sultable ' with the result that 10,121 obtained situations. " · If Too. Are nnnltne Bornlat Read the advertteeing columns of Th? MANY ^WORKERS Were Placed by Statf! Bvrean Uiring Month of" y«y. Ten thousand, ,'one» hundred and twenty-one workers were placed in employment in Pennsylvania during the month of May through the Bureau of Employment of the Department of Labor and Industry, coaperatihg with ] the Pennsylvania -Safety- Committee i and the Federal Department of Labor. ] Of the total number of placements, 3,260 men and l,+44 women were, placed in industrial and miscellane-; ous employment One hundred and three men were .placed in mines and 291 men and 23 women were placed in agricultural'work. Employers asked the bureau to supply 25,505 wortiers during the month; 13,953 persons applied for. employ- O«t It at any drug: atore. and If it doefl not s* v * you almost Immediate r»3llef. your money will be refunded. Be sure you ffat.Ehe. GO1D MB0AL bran^.. Xon« other In boxes, thr«e Vanderbilt. . VANDERBILT, Jrfly 10.--Mr«. Aa»- tin Praz(« of Dormant, Trio ba» been visiting with, her lather, A. C. Sherrard, has returned home. i J. L. Lpye, J. F. Blac*, Frank Heed and Frank Barricklow are transacting business in Pittsburg today. Mrs. Ellen Atkinson of Siottdale wa» : caUing on ' , Vanderbilt friends ·csterday. ' '. . . - Aaron-Pairchfld of Franklin township :was in Connelisville Tuesday. 1 Mrs. V. K. Lcezcr has / [returned home after, visiting several weeks with friends in Eittsbarg. · ' D r . G, B. Roterts and ] family are viEiting friends in Greene county. y The Altrurian Bible class held a business meeting IB the PreebyterJan church Tnwdsy evening. The Twite itenk Bible clMB meeta Friday night in the church for tnutne« Most me Beport*. Sugar EUtemeWj lor retail dealers' and oUrers oellrng sugar for dp rect consumpdotx; bakers and public eating placet, and all persons engaged in any business ol manufacturing, bottling, pocking or preparing fwoducte In which, sugar Is used must be filed Witt the food administrator on or before July 15, or they -will not be able to purchase any sugar during the next three months, and muy not be able to purcbiice any for. the remainder of the war. DEAL WITH THE Penn Traffic Dept Store AND SAVE MONEY We are out of the high price district. * We have no high salaried window trirsmers. · We hare our running expense cut'down pretty fine. We pay no rent--therefore the cheaepest in town. Just a Few Examples: LADIES' All .Curtains Reduced to Cost Price. Ladies' mite Petticoats, , $1.00 values for --' Ladies' Silk and Crepe de Chine Dresses, values up to (24.50, for __65c $12.95 Ladles' Wash Skirts, plain white and fancy colors, value 51.75, for __ . Ladles' Waists, up to $1.75 values, for Ladles' Low Shoo, values up to $4.50 for -^ Ladies' While Canvas Shots, value $3.50, for _- . __98c _ $2.9$ _ 52.25 MEN'S .Men's Dreas Shirts, all slzea, values vip to $1.75, for Men's Work Shirts, value $1.50. for Men's Union Suits, value $1.50, for .Men's Trousers up to 13.00 values, for Men's Preps Shoes and Work Shoes. Values up _to ff.OO. for · '.* Men's Suits, all colors and sizes, value up to 116.50, for . Boys' Suits, values up to $6.00, for ; . Boys' Shoes, lace or button, values up to 93.00, for , Boys" Union Suits, . value 75c, for , _98c _98c _98c $1.98 $2.19 $9.89 $3.98 $1.98 58c To our most extensive line of Ladies' and Gents' Clothing. Furnishings, Dry Goods, Shoes, Furniture, Hardware, Housefurnishings, Paints, Rugs, Carpets and Lin- oleums, we have recently added a good line of automobile tires and innertubes. We handle nothing but strictly first quality tires, guaranteed for 4,000 miles and can quote you the following prices; Tread $29.03 (SI-OS 131.55 ?32.85. $33.28 $33.70 One year guaranteed inner tubes at low prices. CLEARANCE OPENING TODAY JULY CLEARANCE SALE With Crowds and Bargains Filling Up Every Department Did you read yesterday's full page Clearance advertisement, full of money-saving messages f o r you. · · . · · - · · · · · · : - : Were you numebred in the crowds--didyou get your shared of "trie "aunffreds of Bargains that may not be duplicated again for a long time? If not--come tomorrow as'addefi Bargains and bigger crowds will be a feature of this sale. ' We Give IVliici Sean an Additional Saving-. KOB ACKERS W " " THE Bl STORE We Give TOth All Cash Pnrchis- efc. Save Then. /IKI'S%MCK OF COTTON , SET A5J) WB1TB EIBBOIf. Here is a protty dress for a little i girl, suitable for party wear. It Is of | cotton net and trimmed «'Hh w h i t e . ribbon. ) MINERS' DRAFF STATUS I To-Bo Sub.U'cf of Conference In the; Anthracite Kegion. ! The entire question of the selective j draft and its drawing upon active; miners mil be gone Jnto thoroughly at the conference of Major William G. Miirdock. state draft officer, at \VUkes-Barre, July 26. Members of local draft boards from ail the anthracite counties ivtll attend. It always has b,cen the purpose of the men in charge of the enforcement, of the draft regulations, they say, ~to place, the responsibility far deciding the classification of men of draft age on tho local boards. They have not made any ironclad regulations, as ;^.-j case must be considered. on its own nvorits. Unsightly pimples and blemishes on the face are sure signs that the skin and blood need the purifying andstrengtheningaction ol EEECIMMS WORLD'S GREATEST Saxaphone Orchestra To Feature Big Dance at Shady Grove Part, FRIDAY, JULY 12th Wright's Orchestra Of Columbus, Ohio Selected by Leaders of the Music World as the Best. Feature Concert Intermission, 8 P. M. to 1 A. M. Admissidn $1.00, WrJfrfits Sajcaphone Orchestra. Just a word to tell you that your -work at the Military :)arty was- wonderful and musical admirers concede it to be the best music in Lansing up to date, and very gr*t«ful to you for your co-operation in making- the party a SUCCCHH aver all military parties ever given here. "W. X). THOMPSON, Hesperian House, Micijjan ART!cultural Coflee*, East Lansing, WrightB Orchestra la undoubtedly best dance orchestra to b« heard In State College during house party time. JOSEPH. TVILEON, Chairman Phi Kappa Stpma, State College, Pa. "Wrlg-hts ever sine(» Its first, engagement at Lexlneton has been The Washington' I^ee . dance orchgstra. BOB McDTJGLE, Secretary and Treasurer, W. L.. Cotillion Club. Lezinffton, Va. COMMITTEE B. E. Miller C. Ray Goodwin Rieck's Ice Cream Fresh Prom Pittsburgh Every Day. TAKE A. HOME Seryed With Many Delicious Dressings at Collins' Drug Store, 117 S. PITTSBUEG STREET. nils. Unut S»Ie of Anr MoSciM in tie Woe! J SolJ nCTTW^en. IB Bolt., 10c.. ISc. f WE A D Homer's Tf EAR clothing alietf.- -*\dr.' - - ; - Daily Courier. You iv 11 .flad them. 1 . . ' O oooexxxxxxx^xxxjooooooooooo I J. B. KURTZ, -"·'-{··'· 9 NOTARV PUBUC " 9 5 AND REAL C»TATk. 8 § HB. *«itti MuulM XMV. 5" ftmnttnill* pj.---- --g; 'joouoocoooooooqooooocaoooo PETIT BUCK--A Sermon by Pink Is Put on the Blink Bj C. A. VOI6HT HELLO PETE^f E«A«-- HONW DO VOO t I K C MS FASHIOMEO Hoov- ~IHB* HAD SOME. tu Too HE.AM WAS The CtRti vootom t SKEW IM * COSTUME. Utc

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