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July 12, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

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FRIDAY, -JUti 12, iuis. 'COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. NEWS OF THE DAY AT MT. PLEASANT BWEMREATH) Carpent«rtown Man Shoots HlmMlf and l a i n Hospital.. BELIEVED HE WILL RECOVER imijr rtfgertj Said to Hats Worried : Orcr Action of Bratker; Asr«d Tarn · TTOMMI Straclc bj Trata an VaBnwd Crowtof; Sore Jlea ia the Draft. Sp«clat to ThB Courier. ' · '" MOUJTT PLEASANT, July 12--Andy Feggerty, aged 55, : who is employed at Carpeatertown', : and who 3hot himself in the left breast, is improving slowly ai the MemoTia! hospital here, where.he was brougbt,.and the.bullet. was extracted. Feggerty, it is, stated, .shot himself because he had worried ' over his "brother eloping with another woman than his own'. Feggerty \vas reported dead after the shooting. Aged IVomia Hit bj- Trala. ' Mrs. Martha Sherrick, 70 years old, wile of Martia Shcrrick pi Tarrs, was brought to.the "hospital "Wednesday · evening,'suffering with.lacerations ot the head and 'chest, received when she ·was struck by an. engine, .while crossing, the tracks. Mrs. Sherrick has a garden:and has to cross the railroad track to jet to it-. -She is very dealt scd did not hear : 'the train approaching and the crew was unable to see her. Her condition "was much im-' provsd yeiterciay: Standard Woman Die*. Mrs. Victoria KoMist. aged 15 years, is de;ti at her Standard home. Funeral serviccs.were held this morning at D o'clock at the Slovak church. She Is survived by. three grown daughters. K»tert*lns for finest- Mrs. Howard Stoner on Wednesday entertained a party ; of ten at the Bear Rocks for her guests, .Misses Flora' Crimm. Kuth Fox and Gertrude John- ion of Findlav. O. * Sk-lc.etlTM te»« .Inly 23. The men who will leave from District No. 6 for Camp'L^e on July 23 will entrain at 8.15 in the evening on a-special Baltimore * Ohio' train. Lunches will be furnished the men by the Visitation Parish unit of the Bed Cross. . ' '' Tnwul. Wilfred Larimer of the aviation rchonl at Princeton, is home on a furlough. . Str. and Mrs. Charjes OJSa.tr. and JIl's Corrine Kistner of McKeeaport. rre the -guests of Miss Elizabeth Tonet. "T JUST want to thank you for Dr. ·*· Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. It is fine. I use ft lor my baby, my husband and myself, and simplj 1 can't do without a bottle of it in the house.'' /From a letter to Dr. Caliwell written by\ I Mn. John W. Chri«eni*n, 603 So. 2nd I" % V^^i. »_:_i. r^ti-- TT._t. m \ Eait, Brigham City, Utah Dr. Caldwell's in The Perfect Laxative Sold by Druggists Everywhere 50 cts. (SS) $1.00 .Quickly corrects disorders of the intestinal tract, relieves the congestion and restores normal regularity. It is gentle in action and does not gripe. , A trial bottle can be obtained by writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell,.458 Washington *T M Monticello, Illinois. dike AT THE PAKAMOUJfT. "A SPLENDID SINNER' 1 --A five- Helen Jones for .the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. .McDowell and children. Charlotte, Charles and Harold, of Uniontown, are guests of the Rainier for the season. Mrs. Bingur Show and baby spent Thursday shopping in Conncllsville. Mrs. John Waters and daughter pan Goldwyn feature In which Mary: snent x aurs day shopping In Connclls- Garden, the'celebrated actress is seen y jj] e an( j ca jijng on friends, in a splendid role, is being shown to- j[j ss uj na Tissue of Bear Run, spont day. "A Splendid Sinner" is a pow- Thursday shopping in town, ertul story of Bohemia and the battle--. James Jackson ot the Aero Squad- front of prance, and the production IS ron at Mount Clemens, Mich., was at said to be on a scale of magnificence I tt t s DOIne n e r e the first of the week unusual even for Goldwyn. Mary | on a short furlough. He returned Garden is the vampire who became | Wednesday evening, aoi angel ot mercy. The story depicts j .M r _ ^,1 _M rs .- Charles Thorpe, who life as we see it today, and the locale! Ba . Te spent the past month here with ranges from New York and its en-jjii-. and Mrs. William Thorpe, have virons to the battlefrom in France. | returned to their home in Pittstmrg. Dickerson Run. Miss'Garden is seen as a dominant Miss Nora Totten has returned to figure in the spartest set of Bohemia De r home at Kcntuck after .undergo- a.-.d as a Red Cross nurse. As Dolores } j n g a n operation at the West Penn Pargis she is a .woman who puts be- hinil her the hectic, hollow life she .has'Ied'for years, and against prompt- hospital, Pittsburg. Miss Totien visited friends in Pittfiburg and Ohio. She is recovering her strength very ings ot her better judgment, marries rapidly. Hugh Maxwell, a young phyiician, j : who is ignorant of her past. .But berl happiness is short lived, for the man|U|C AWU CTftDV who had protected her appears with- MlU V f f l l UaUlil out warning and urges her to renew! their ties. Nor does disaster stop | here, for her husband interrupts them and in a burst of fury and shattered hopes he leaves Dolores, who is next seen in a French hospital under German guard." She later meets her husband, and both are., arrested for conspiracy." By'a splendid sacrifice Dolores enables her husband to escape over the llnee. The price of 6 er daring she pays in .a magnificent display of patriotism. A selected comedy and i Weekly-are also being shown. HOLDS A THRILL WcH-Knoim PJtfelinrgcr Is Qualified to Speak for Moltltnde. ORl'HF.Ul THEATRE. "THE WIDOWS MIGHT.'-- The ' - . DICKEESON HUN. July 11.--The -·Pjttob.urs.;.* .Lake;.. Erie _Y. .iC.iC.'.A^ . baseball, team will play the strong .Mount Braddqck team,Saturday. eva-. xiiag, July "is; on the- Y." jr. -C. X grovnds. Game commences at 5.30, 'Mr. and Mrs: B.;F. 31cManus left on the Baltimore £ Ohio* train-No. 16 last evening lor Camp Lee, Petersburg, Va..-to spend a week with.their .son Paul, who is in training at that place. lie is ia Company 31, 8th Training ' Fo«tina*t»r C. T. Field was a Daw-iB ltin « e ' is to be seen In hi3 1 * test i mistake if you try Tanlac. 1 I believed '· son business caller yesterday after- [Paramount picture, "The Widow's him. I have used two bottles and 'noon Might," at the Orpheum theatre today j Tanlac has helped me so much that I Isaac Colbert. H. G.Colbert and Mr. and tomorrow. .This is a raseii^ting j j ust want to tell' every one what it and Mrs. R. K. Irwin are spending this j story written especially for Mr. El- j had done fo* me. My catarrh has week at Camp -Lee, Petersburg, Valid*** by Marion Fairfax and as.tcted j practically gone entirely. I sleep 'by William C. DeJIille. Mr. Eltinge much better and my sense of taste brother is again given the opportunity to dis- and smell that were badly affected play bis famous wardrobe of feminine have improved wonderfully. My ap- E. C. Byers, of 347 Pear", street, a weJl-lmown Pittsburg butcher, says: "I had constant spells of choking and coughing because of the secretions of mucus in my .nose and throat, which ' I eventually swallowed as I slept and which finally adected my stomach. I would wake foiu- or five times a night because of the choking sensations. Rarely did I ever get a night's rest. "When I decided to take a remedy | popular feminine impersonator,. Julian a friend said: 'You will not make Mr. Colbert has a son there. Mr. Irwin has there. In training ' James Beatty received a card yesterday from D. A. · Ansel, who is stationed at Paris Island, S. C. Mr. Ansel was timekeeper for Supervisor C. A. Carlsoi' of the Pittsburg Vi Lake Erie railroad. Mri Ansel belongs to ihn Marines and says he.is doing fine and also is feeling" fine. Hnntlng IiArpilns ! You will and them in our ad. columns. "BEST MEDICINE FOR WOMEN" finery and his talents as a female impersonator. Prittstown. PBITTSTOWN, July -10-- Harry Faith has begun the erection of a fine new barn on his farm." Mrs. Rotie McDonaldson of Riddlesburg, is here 'for » visit, with, her cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Mardis. Mrs. B. W. Bitner and. children have returned from a several days visit with her sister, Mrs. I. Porch ol ICecksburg. - · Charlott* Milligan returned Monday f rqin-; a weelt's visit with friends in What Lydia E. Vegetable Compound Did For Ohio W« . . I Mr. and Mr», .George Sellers and _ family of Mount 'Pleasant, and Mr. t aiu! Mrs - Ben Stjllwagon-of Home- Pintcnarn 5 Istiiad, Vere the guests here Friday of Portsmouth., Ohio.--"I suffered from Irregularities, pains in my ride and was so weak at times I could, hardly get around to do my work, and a* I bad .four in my family and three boarden it made it very hard for me. Lydia E. Pinkbam'ii Vege- their friends, Mr. and, Mrs. Joseph Berg: · . ' ' . . ' . . Mr. and Sirs. Frank "LJndsay and children of Eitner, were here Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. V . Bitner. · " ' ' . . .; The large new barn of William lFaith'8 which was.recently, completed petite, too. has com« back and I feel like I could eat eight or nine times a day. The pain over ray eyes and in other parts of my head has disappeared. I -get up in the mornings with a clear head, and not all stuffed up and dizzy as formerly." Tanlac is now sold here by the Con- nellssville Drug Co. Tanlac can also be secured in DUTI- bar at D. C. Evans' Drug Store.--Adv. aremee arance e a r a n c e Cl e a r a n c e C l e a r a n c e C l e a r a n c e r Cl. Cle, ranee GJ ,Gea earance ranee earance earance __ _ ear a n ce Cleara nee 6 Cakes '[Quick Suds" laundry Soap for 25c Children's Black Hose, While The}; Last Ponogee Suits and Dresses While They Last -....- CONN ELLSVI LIES BARGAIN CENTER He 5 W. M A I N ST. IVomcn's Black or White Hose, per pair ., 14c Women's Summer 'Tests, TVJiile They Last lie A Sweeping sale! Mighty opportunities! Everybody is talking thrift! Here is a wonderful chance to practice it!i Come and see for yourself! 2000 Pieces of Muslin Wear In this, Clearftncc Sale, worth np to $1.69, at ____ _ ____ 1 ____________ Dozens of Underskirts Dozens of Jfight Gowns Dozens of Princess Slips 6 Yards Bleached Muslin 6 Yards Gingham Effects $1.00 Georgette Waists In this Clearance Sale, worth up to $3.7,5 $1.98 The fewest Styles Variety of Trimmings Beaeded and Embroidered Suits, Coats and Dresses Up to $17.50 Poplin Suits Up to $18.75 Serge Suits ,Up to $16.90 Poplin Coats Up to $18.75 Velour Coats Up to $15.00 Silk Dresses Up to $16.50 Taffeta Dresses Up to $16.50 Serge Dresses Up to $15.75 Poplin Dresses Any Ladies' Summer Trimmed Hat in the store, up to $7.50 values, Clearance Price j-- $1.98 OMen's Union ^Suits $1.00 Made of soft finished Nainsook, B. V. D. style. $a.87 Sil* Skirts worth up to $5.90 Large selection of most wanted stripes, also plain black. 2 Women's , Union Suits $1.00 $1.00 $1.50 Bungalow Aprons Dark blue, best quality Percale, also light, shades. 9Sc Boys' Wash Suits at 59c $1.50 Men's Muslin Night Gowns :_.. OSc $1.00 Men's Dress Shirts at .-_ 79c $1.50 Blue Working Shirts TM_ 9Sc $1.50 Painters' White Overalls -- _ _. 98c 50c Men's Beautiful Neckties .,,, , .. 27c 50c Boys' Khaki Knee Pants ._· 27c $1.50 Boys' Wash Suits at $1.00 81.75 Ladies' Corsets Pink or white, also brocaded elastic top. $1.50 Children's Gingham Dresses . Large selection, mostly all sizes. 87c Advises Ordinary Buttermilk for Freckles, Sunburn or Tan was recommended to me. I took it and it has restored coy health. It. is . certainly the best nudlerae for woman's ailments I erer ·aw."--Mn. SA»A SHAW, R. Ko..l, Portsmouth, Ohio. Mrs. Shaw prated the merit of this median* and wrote tbia letter in order · that other tattering women may find relief a. she did · Women who an infferrae ·* ifc* w«i should not line along from day to day tfithont givior this lamooa root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compocmd. a. trial. 'For'lpecial Mvice in r*card.to such ailments writ* to Lydia KLPifikhim Medicine Co.,Ljnn, MHa.'.1he.-nmlt of its forly yean c.xperieoe* te «t jour service: 1 is now.'being nicely -painted.' i Veraon i'ardis and Harry Bitner ; spent a few day* last week at Saxton, Bedford county, wiU 1 friends. Mrs. William Hay visited her frtend, Mr*. .Leroy Kepugh, at the Mount table Compound | Fleaiant hospital on Sunday. · - ' - - - - · * ' ] Joseph Wakwosky ha» resigned as' j newsioy for The Courier, and Martha ·; Kiminet has taken, the. route in. his jplaee. " 'i. : , ' . _ - . ; I Mr.-' and Mrs. George. Carrell .ol Dickerson Run; Mr. and. Mrs. B. L. Fitzgerald of Scottdale, and Mr. anfi Mrs! Bert Freed and family of Penns-: vilte, were tbe guests SumJay of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Atkinson. · Hattie Preed is-.'spending a few Vanderbilt. VANDBRBILT, July 12.-- .Mr. and Mrs. M. £1. Strawn, Dawsoa; Mrs. "William Strawa and children, Uniontown, and J. L. Love of this place, left yesterday, for New York City and to visit William Strawn. who is In a training camp near there. J. . C. Beatty, who underwent a throat operation at the Uniontown hospital,' returned 'home yesterday. Mrs. Agnes Edwards and Mrs. Blanche Thompson' ot Connellsville, visited at th« home o£-Ben Brown of Duabar township, on Thursday. Mrs. Eva Martin Korben has returned to her borne in Youncstown ' Tills Oood Xowklnst Younp: ^Voma L : s«s Old Time UcHpe of JSuttcr- inilk Cream in u »ir IVu-y-- A (.1'iitlc ^laswtfrc VIth Finpcrs Iteioro Itetlr- . Jng All That is Necessary. Dtftlrrmlllc and Crennfc--S ctllr-M Howl--KMP.H Kn mid A mm In K,xun!nitc : (Ion--.Soft. .Smooth in llcnuMCul- HiU Robert Co-ughenour and sister,' Mrs. Frefi Sliger, ot Connellsrille. visited at J- T. Beatty 's recently, Miss Mary Henderson, oT.Vanderbilt, and Mise Nina Grace Smitli of Dawson, "are spending a few days with a party of girls who are camp-ing at SL James Park. Mrs. Q. A. Kooris has returned from California', Pa., where she has been viftitinf .friends for the past fe\v days. . Prank- Thomas aod-JEt. E. Mcl/augli- lih were in ConnelJsville yesterdiay. -Ralph Black and Oma Prench, v(ho have 'been in Cle-velapd/Jor a few days, have returned home; The Entre Nous Sunday school Th« old-time applicaiton of Buttor- mUk .in(I Crcnm ti whiten and preserve the skin nnd remove 1 harsh llL- tle wrlnklesr and ujg-ly aalJownesa Is Rrrandmothcr'r} recipe :inrt women i throughout thf: country arc a^^in UP- | ln£ it to ensure a bdJiutiCu! ecmrlux- j ion and snow-white Manna anrV arm?- j Buttermilk, howevor. Is not always obtainable, but a' ppocln-ltnt has , i t _ J « i f f t { perfected 'a method of concentrating | buttermilk, nnd combining It with a j massatred with the finger tips around perfect cream, which you can buy in j the corners of the eyes and mouth, small quantities ready to use lit any i To pet the best effect, be sure to fol- flrst claH.i drug' store by simply :is'cln^ for "Howard's" B u t t e r m i l k cream. There Is no secret ^.bout It n o r - Is therp, any doubt about thf result--it's just ;L common 'ordinary huttermilk I:i the form of a wonderful crenm, gently low the simple directions. Druggists PTiiarantee a noticeable improvement u t t e r the first application or they vvlH refund the money. Sold in this city under a r e f u n d guarantee by all drutr- ITlsts, and 'The Conncllsville Drue Co. BALDY OF NOME AND HIS SERVICE FLAG Bowytz Market WEST SIDE Lighthouse Soap Tomato Soup, can Keen Kleener, can Peas, can ..... Baked lienns, can llaisins, 2 boxes fancy Loose Coffee, 11). Preserves, large jar lard, per Ib. _.: These are a few of the low priced articles in our store. We always .carry a full line of fresh meat. Corner Craivford Avenue and Eighth Street, WEST SIDE. weeks at- Indian"Cret£,with" friends. I class of- the Methodist Episcopal church, met »t the home of JUiss Preda. Wright'last night. S. Ghiopyks. --,'ipinOfYtiE,; JxaT:-12.T-flIrs. P. B. Wtklns.- SniiUitbn,-'guardian, and the ., following-Giunp Fire- girls, have reg- - istered at the Rainier hotel 'for ten ^days. Th«,girls^ace: Mitses Fannie j Hougb', Margaret ^Morrow, Edna i Ti«ue, Ailic Moore, 1 Margarei Barbara, Dora Leach,, Flprrace, Moore, Ada' Smith. Biodwyn Thomas, Anita Marie MeCiain, Keanor Collins, Grace Jones aod^Btrthi N*«l. . . :',..'·':· · . '.--·" Mariaret Doqnel!^ and Jo* ,E. Porter and Dr. J. H. Hazlatt were in Pittsburg on Wednesday. Brini resnlia. Cost -pnlT.lc a word. Bumstead's Worm Syrup · A ml* and **r* Itrawdr *or ~~ ·tMd tk» U*t .for « T«an. rr TA1XS.- To cblldru : it -i*-- an i ·MTCT. m*»**m TO TAXET KO UCUUK. iro rxnrnc wxxmv. on* (!·· KM «MlKm, or tir tnafl «6a a *ot ·*. c. A. TOOMraii«.B,jnaj».,V;: Misses Fay and Helen Allan, dnngh- :ters of "Scottj" Alhtn, driver of the fnrooBs Durliiig teani of .dogs, with Baldy of Nome, and Ms flag representing his 2C 3003 and grandsons now in the serrice on the ^Kalian front Bnldy was the leader ot the Darlint; team, but was too old for active war serrice. His, descendKnts , are among .the dogs that navo been invaluable in carrying supplies and inanitions to : Itailinn soldiers- in thi^:^ mountain passes, espeeluHy during the winter.. ^HOI POLISHES KEEP YOUS SHOES NEAT LIQUIDS AND PSSTES..TOR BUCK. WHITE,! TAN, DARK BROWN OR OX-BLOOD SHOES PRESERVE THE LEATHER; - - · ·- · · THE JOB DEPARTMENT OF THE COUSIBE DOES ALE'EINDS OP COMMEBCIAL PEINTIHCr. XXXOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO aooocooe

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