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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, July 13, 1918
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The regular'meetlng~bf the Wom- mornlng to visit for a few days. Henderson and family expect to move am's Missionary society of the to Clarksburg in the near future. Reformed ciraroh was held--on Thursday night at the home- ot Mrs. IS ·* 1 ! i-HE DATLx COHRIEE, CONNBUiSVILLiE, PA SATURDAY, 13, 1918. Rudolph, Mrs. Budpljil^ 'with Mrs. :Mary Adams and Miss - Louise Painter, hostesras. The devotional exercises were conducted by the naw pastor. Rev. I. G.- Nice, assisted by Rev. H. D. Rudolph of Fayette During the business meeting the resignation of Mrs. C. E. "Wagner .president of thr society, was read and accepted. Mrs. C. A. Purbaugh, the vice president, becomes president Mrs. C. L. Fafr was elected-vice president.' The committee on co'in braes for the children's offering for tie annual Ingathering.was purchase suitable receptacle's.- Following the business meeting a social hour .was held and luncheon served to about 55 persocsJ Mr. .arid Mrs. Charles Holtzhouer of TJrbana, 111., and Rev. and/Mr«. Rudolph.siw] children, Betty arid "Rhoda, of Fayette · Cl-/, wererxut-ot-town guests. ~ -- The; Young Ladies' Guild of -the -- Trinifr Reformed church wlH be en-- ttrtaihtd .Friday evening, July 19, at -- * o'clock, by Mrs, Ora«e Trpnt of -- Scottdale at the home of her Toother, -- Mrs. G. W. Peniod, in Ninthe atreet, ~ Greenwood. £ JO»es Ethel Addison Dunn, Clemeh- -.: ttne Rottler. Minnie Rottler, Predda r Rottltr, Hannah Rottler Nora Grace, ~- Ellen Irwin, Anna "White, Grace ~ "White, Atlanta Albright, andiFrances -- Nolan, the latter of Unibntown, will ~ so to ;Conflueuce Monday morning to ; ·vend;a week at Pleasant View farm. - Th»egnlar «nd -.- ·oetal/meeUng of the Christian. En--. deavor ·ocietr of Methodise ieburch. wag field JaaC evening: at the C Home :of Miss Jennie J?enn in Eighth -- fitreet^ Greenwood. Business of a -. routine nature was transacted, after ^ which' refreshments were served. The regular meeting of the Ladies' £- ' Aid weiety of the First Baptist ehurch r waa held last evening at the home of Z 'Mrs. H. D. Shearer at Poplar Grove. ;: The attendance was unusually large 7; '»nd the meeting was the most enjoy_ able one held for some time. It was ^ jtbe annual dollar meeting of the sc^.~~ l SJ**7-::»»4 ; :l»l t « -» .number of dollars . . | were. turned members, the nm~Tei»Uzea being a" very generous . 'one.- Following a abort : business iheeting' 'a delightful "social session I was held, .a mosica.1 program, includ- .£2. ·-. tin* a--«onriyXarrte Jan'e. Stahl, vrtth .'Mrs. Sue Brown presiding at the -Y4V-|.»ia« r 'p!ai!b:s«l! Mr - E.-N., a reading by H. D. Shearer, Jy the Monarch quartet, composed of Homer C. DatrU, George Shaw, Frank Shaw and H. D. Shearer, with MAS. Stahl presiding at the piano, tiiog aa.enjoyable feature. _. The hostess .Tservet adjeiicious lun ;·-- - ! eon:' iIrs::Eminetf JohnSon and Mrs- i' ~! Courtney of'Ptttsburg," 'the gnests of · '- Mrs. F. C. Rose, were -'ont-of-towri iguests. The next meeting will be leld Friday evening. July 26, at the ·-'-"··;--JJome-'of-Mrs." : E- N. StahV in Gallatin V ' -'- ' ' TSe Knit and Tfin^ the Chaf^ ·"-·Jeston Cpmforjs;-Branch;of the Nayr .rriLeague rwittr meet'''Monday night at the home of. Mrs. J. j. Robson in , : Eightti street. Greenwood.. ..w. -._:Seven.members and. four guests at-. "·"·; ptehdeVT"the "regulnr" meeting of the" r.V' ;Bhsy-.Twelve..^!:!^^'^ 1', which Mrs. . 'George-Shumaker was .hostess· last evening at her home In "Eighth street, _ " _ 'Greenwood. .Mitting "was .the princi- '.. . ^aJVamuseinent'of/the'iTening. Later ... r -ln-the evening'» l«iuty luncheon at --~- whlcfc- a number pf attle : »uests, who . - . , . . . . ii i*1yeu br Mrs. Shumaker in honor pf :the fourth birthday of '''her. little .:;::. d ?T?Slit? r y Bajselj.- were.;,aiso, guests';. was served. The next .meeting of -[he ISiBb wilLbeJield Friday, evening, July ·:-iSS; at~the home-bf Mrs. Sfrawn 'in ' "' . "-Gallngher '· entertained' _,, -- -i.-. , i"«i»ss 'if Uje "Methodist ~"!Prptest»nt -Sunday- school last night *;»t :: -his -hoiae'In.-North' Slxih. street, :j"West~Side;:.-irhe; : iEeeOng;was in the .,Brooks, a sqn-iri-1a ; .ir 'at"'the host, and Shoe: Co.--Adv. Jtrs". H. E. Haggorty .and dauglrter, Gaza, and Mias Agnes Deal of Johnstown, nre guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Albright of Vine street Miss Dora Cox of Mount Pleasant, returned hoine thai afternoon after a visit with friends-here. See Downs' Shoe. Store for a pair of new oxfords. They are reduced. All go. Including grays, browEs ( patents, dulls-and-tans for women; tony red and mahogany shades in tans- and blacks for men. Nolr is your oppor- tunity.--TAdv.-13-Jt. Mrs. Jerome MoCormick and little granddadnghter, Hilda Mae Benford, who Is today six years old, went to Latrobe this-moraine to visit the for- mer'i son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Fair. . Dr. -Walter N. Goldsmith will leave this erealBg for Atlantic, City to attend the eonrrrntion of th« New Jersey State Dental'aociely. En route be WEI visit hie 'brother, Sergeant' Oliver Goldsmith, at Camp Lee, Petersburg. Va. He will return to Connellsville, Monday, July 2-2. A great many people are now ready for Die second pair of low cuts. Down*' Shoe Store has" reduced all low cuts and pumps for men, women, boys, girte and chKdren. All go.-- Adv.-13-3t. ' Mrs. Ambrose Solinn and son. Geoige Robert, of South ConneUsville went to Faircbanci) *,this moraine visit fh efonner'5 aiater, Mra. George BeHaven. Marcaret Doll, little dauchter of Mr. and Mrs. George Dull of Welt Fayette street, went to Fairmont thia morning to visit relatives. Mrs. R. S.'Morton and baby are visiting: friends at Bellevue. Mr*. Adeline Aadenon is the gueet of relativei at Scottdale, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bnos and two ion* went to Westmoreland county this morning to visit friends. BRITISH TOMMIES ON ITALIAN FRONT There is no more important work--at any time--than the training of the youth of a nation. We must win the war, but while we are winning it, we must preserve Democracy and prepare for a better Democracy for the future. Teaching is now more than ever a patriotic calling, and a national necessity. Trained workers .are the-onJy kind .that are-wanted. A course of study and training--· including actual teaching experience--at the of Indiana. Pa. A gronp of British Tommies daring a moment of leisure from the fighting on the.Italian front. They are seen In rnthcr a comfortable dugout jrith three of them, not forgetting their mascot, kneeling on, top. LOCAL WAR NEWS NEVER SUCH A REMEDY FOR PILES It will coil any (offerer 30 cents to prov: that'bl«dtOf. Itching or protruding pile*, no matter how chronic or how painful, oaa quickly to* halped. Go to the L»Ufhr«r One Co., Con- nellsriUe, or . Brotdwar Drug Co., Scottdale, band the drufgbtt a quarter, s«v "I want a jar of San Curar Obttment" and if you aren't utiafltd --jour money back. '.· : ' To, and more; try Sac Cara Ointment 'for old" aoret that people say will-invet -heaJ, for lever sores, for itching. .;lkin. eczema, , tatter, a«Jt rheum, chapped hands, face or lips, tor-Toleer·;': carbuncles, 'boils;, gore nlppl«K-'and:.broken- breasts..' : It draws but pciaon; that's the tm- cretlol th«irbnd«rfal succeM of Sai- Cara '.Ointment"; that's why it so quick]/ bMhi'acalds,- barns, cuts and brnSiias. lt'«vb«t to ate San " Cura Soip at all : ttao«s; it.1. a~ir««t aM in biaiabittg pirate!, blackteads and th, "germV'bf dSeue. . 25 cents.- Thomp : : Titn»ville, Pai--Adv. ·AWCI; suecw*. Slonm, However, Brwt. im'tmi 3Tar» " Ba«4 CoBCCTt ' . :"wiU4e rminiiiierferied'-witil; 'tiie'.tand concert : 'at"theJ51ks;,»ttme;.ia3J night the concert and lie dance for the' Red Cross, ag^ a. w.hole;" were 'tally, .up to eipectaUbiui, It'Vas stated today. 'The concert, by:. th«7Connell»Tille Military baud w« about .half over when the storm broke. '.»::. The musicians are thankful for the patronage. guest, BrObkSi'wtU * leive: tomorrow for Raleigh, N. 'C.;"W ^nter"~a~milifary: rt::_:-traIhIn-g--s-cTicibT~ Twenty-five mem- -JT -- _ ers wer« present anS-spent a-mbst -- ^- enjoyable ^evening, music being-the ' ^ -- _'«jMro amusement. A_jjelicious-'i)ic- nie~-v»vtfr was served. Dr. Roy SBaerd o! ^iV7"wiis an out-of-town '" -- PRSONA1S. ' : : ' ~ ..... -Dr. .Roy.JIinera, who 'has" been" an :_ -- !aterne-in--an. Brie hospital for "ih'e --- ^.J^- jr ? a - r ' -'.? , 3 £« I 5i I1 K a few days -wit* C ^;_his r wife and^smaitson, Penn, at -the -' "* 'hoie of Mrs.. Mmerdjs father, Sr F. Penn. inr-BightD;; streirt, Greenwood. ' Dr. -Mhrero" expeejs to'tojate at :Brle, .xaad'.lvill. mOTir.nte famiiyjjiere soon. ifi- _. ,, JJrs- Hojcaid . iHenderson andtson; ' , \ . went., to. -.Clarksbirg. .W. .'Ta.. ifhiii. NOBfiEADANO l-TTERjipRIIK. WMOIICMj SnaUh-Bffl. " MiM Looisa Smith of this city and Hay wood Hill of Richmond, Va., both colpied, w*ie married in. Portsmouth, N. 'H.; Wednesday, after traveling eight hundred miles. They went to to the home of the bridegroom's mother, who has resided in. Portsmouth for nearly 18 years. A big reception was held in honor of tho newlyweds. Mr. HU1, who is an art and sign painter, had not seen his mother since 1900. DBBOLT KJBADT. TO STABT OVEBSEAS. Walter DeBolt of South Connells- vUle, wto has been stationed In Washington, D. C., 4is clerk for. the repair engineers, will leave soon for duty,' overseas. He has been in military i service only a month. His parents, Sir. and Mrs. Harry DeBolt, left this morning for Washington' to see him. I.DECT. CARRCIX-XRAirS- · FKKItEl) TO CAMP BAIRD. Lieutenant J. B. Carroll, who has been .stationed at San Antonio, Texas, has been transferred to Camp Board, Silver, New Mexico. Mrs. Carroll, ·who has been -with her husband in San Antonio, has returned to her home here. t CORPORAL GOODMAN HURT BV BUBSTIffG SHELL. Corporal Edward Goodman or Company D, 117th Regular Engineers, is still confined to a hospital in Fraac«. In'a letter received several weeks ago by his mother, Mrs. John Smutz of tlie West Side, he stated that he was in the .hospital, but did not tell the nature of his wound. In a recent letter he wrote tiat he was suffering from a wounded hand caused by the bursting of a shell. .-"·;» Disadvantage. '"My JrrcVl," said the philosopher, "my motto is, 'Stay on the annny rifle ef the street'" "I've tried tbnt," replied the pessimist "but !t'-mn't work." "Why not?' "The, minute I brighten up people who know me as a. man under r "land think that's an opportune time cu me for a loan," A Departed Treasure. "Was your boy Josh much.of a help to you around the farm?" "3?es," replied Farmer Corntossel. "I didn't realize how much of a help be was. , He didn't do. much work. But he could play the Jewsharp an' tell riddles an' keep the farmhands entertained so that sometimes they'd stay for days at a time." Will fit you for this national service. Tbo demand fortndned teachers greatly exceeds the Bupply. Ittc workia inspiring, noble and patriotic. Indiana is a school of ambitious workers under the guidance ol a faculty of fifty experienced teachers. Beautiful and healthful location. Christian influences. Athletics. Modem buildings splendidly equipped. $240 covers all expenses (excepting rental of books) for school year of forty weeks for one preparing to teach,'and includes board room, laundry and term fees. In connection with the Normal School are--The Indiana Conservatory of Music, The Indiana Sctool of Business, and a Domestic Science School. Addmo the Principal The Indiana Catalog--one of tne most bctotifcl and intercsdng J. A. H.KEITH of books about schools ever published--free on request. . SUB-STATION 1, INDIANA, PA. CHAXPIOK SOUWER OH THE OTHER SIDE. Mr. and Mrs. John Tlnkey have received word that their son, Jos-eph Tlnfcey, of Company I, 146th Regiment, has arrived safely overseas. 1TO : FDACZ LIKR 11. S. A. - SAYS PACT, "I am feeliog-fine and enjoying ttie trip-through Prance, for it is a beautiful-country. At the same time it has nothing on the good old IT. S. A.," says Paul G. Wagoner of the 320th. Infantry, In a letter to his parents. Mr.'and Mrs.. A. E. Wagoner of the West Side. "We are working harder than.'.we did at Camp Lee, but it is a ease of war and getting the Germans, and we are going to do it in short order. Minerd McClelland and I are still together. Today I saw John Mill en and Harry. Maison. They are not' 'far' from us." Like others wbO have, gone .overseas, Paul -expresses the-b«Hef that the. end is not-far off and tuat-aH-will soon be home c.ssi". He speaks highly of the men'in* command : of the 320th,'and of the'treat- ment accorded by the Y. it. C. A. He malces Inquiry about tie boys at home and.sends greetings!to oil. Too Busy Knitting. "I proposed to Miss Poacher last night" "Did she accept yon?" "She said. Tea," in an nbsent-mlnded i way, but I'm afraid that isn't final." i "Why notr I /'She was knitting nt the time. 11 oon't believe she und^j-stood what I asked her." . Less Trouble. "My wtte hates to amrm the doorbell Sunday-afternoon when she's comfortable in a kimono." "Mine. too. But she says she'd rather tofce the trouble to dress than to .wear herself nut guessing around the circle of her friends trying to figure out who rang." Inffnttealmaf Capacity. "What do you think? Jiggers 1« boasting of how woll he can drive a car.*, ,"Drlve a'car! Why, that dub can't even drive a nail." rich ' . 1 The Heal Mitch. "She's quit trying to land man for a. husband." "Yes. She says she'd pass up a millionaire any time Aow f.o marry an officer in the army or the navy." · Their dm. "I see where the Turks are going to organize woolen's battalions." ."I suppose they will be ot the harem- scarum sort." Notice. ·Mutaai Garage, 615'West Crawford, one of the best automobile repairing shops in tqwiL We can take- cara of work in any shape... Oiy-acetyleno welding, all metals. Call Bell 867.-- Adv.--ll-3t. Chas. C. Mitchell FUNERALDIRECTOR 119 South Plttsburg Street. Both Phono. I employ no agents or solicitors. Am doing business strictly on my own merit*. 10 years practical exiwrleuce. Motor Funeral Service It Desired. NIGHT CALLS AT OFFICE. C WONDERFUL VALUES WONDERFUL SAYINGS ] Ue HOME of QUALITY and SERVICE I291ol33 N PlTTSBURG St.. CoNNELLSVILLE. PA. CONNELLSVILLE'S GREATEST STORE The most sensational sale ever held in Connellsville. We are fortunate in getting together the wonderful values for our great Mill Remnant Sale with, the cost of dependable merchandise getting higher and higher every day. In fact it's a real merchandise achievement to be able to sell desirable merchandise for sncb prices as you will find here at our Great Mill Remnant Sale. No wonder we've had big crowds every day of pur Mill Remnant Sale. In fact ·we had the biggest crowds that ever attended a real sale in Connellsville. There must be some real good reason for such big crod-ws. Come and'see. CAMLED HOSEI TAKES TBfE TO GUT THERE. The- 2ime of the First Methodist Bpiieopal church, ot Uoiontowa has been, changed to the Anbury Methodist Episcopal church rn memory of Francis Asbury, .the pioneer Methodist 110th : Rcglment bishop in America. IIBtlTEOJf T Mr. · ami Mrs. S: J. Harry received a letter from their son,- Sam. with the 15th Engineers in France, stating that h,e had just received the cable for 250 francs which was sent from here in February. He says ha is in the beat of health and outgrowing all his clothes. He says be has not heard from any ConnellsvJllc ,boys lately but has heard that they are located verey near him. - JCOKPORAI FRETTSi THIKD OP FAMILY, SATE OVERSEAS. Word has been received of the safe arrival overseas of Corporal. Eugene McK. Fretts, sou of Mr. and Mrs. D.' D. Frotts of Bast Crawford avenue. Corporal Fretts, who served with Company. D on the Mexican border, is a member of -.tlie 136th . Machine Gun Company, 37th' Division. _ He Ja the third .son of the. family to enter the service, his brothers Charles and \ William, ..being, members of Company D, Hit* Trmynur Irfmvw. Hiai Mae Traynor, a well known teacher in the city school*, will leave tonight for-Washington,-Dj-C., cept. a position ; .witii.-the^ government in ^the .quartenniiiter' general's department. ,' · · ' · ' - v ; ··'··-. - · ' · " · · ;rAt;a meeting -Wednesday evening of "thVsebobi board of~y«B'd«rbiU itSe f o l-lowing teachers.;were ; eJectid:.; Mary Z*ak, Nellie ' Snyd;[er,- Catherine .But- Butlerl: . . . . . . . . . In a quarrel in Uniontowi'last, evening Robert'Brady,: 35 y»ir»"' old,.a negro;' was «bot' twice, in the aedonien and in the jaw, by another negro, who escaped. ·'.''_:,-'-.' · ..'. '·"'· ..'"-"'. ' · · · · ' · · '-' -'.Few-Sai'Jmitmtei.'.-:'. . '".:. -'Qt'271-/nii»i : rpf;jr reilitered- in .'lj* First Fiyetti comnty district, Uniontown, J08 have Men placed in Cimes J. "rt'omau Sentenced 72 Hours. Etta Atigh,. charged with being drunk, was given 72 hours in the lockup by Mayor Duggan this morning. CHAIRXAS OF THE 1TATIONAI, LHA6HTE FOR WHIN'S SERVICE. Lieutenant T1SITS BKOTHEKi Commander .- Theodore Nelson of the-United-States Navy, his wife and son of- New York'. City,., are guests of Rev. Wilbur .Nelson of Wills Road, . a brotiter : of '-Lieutenant Commander aSelson. -Their- mother, '.Mrs. Laura. A.-Nelaon .ol ;Saginaw,..Mich;, .ia also a giJest at tne Nelson home. . i Home, , Mr. and-Mrs.-P.;C...Rogers.are receiving cbnsra.tuiatlons.. r .upon the birth of a TO-pound sou yesterday. Mrs. Rogers, .was . formerly Alice Marie Flannigan. The father salesman .-for the . "W"estm6Teiand Grocery company. \ ' " ·· · " ' " . Rally B»j-. ; '·; ' ; " · . . ,'RaUy Day at Clinton, 'Saltlick township; 1 August 11, for the benent-of lh"e Church of Ciod. All. are Adv.-13'lt.: . ' . ' - . - - . ·".-'- Dawson Commnnltj "Senrlces. , The. twenty-fourth..Sunday eyenlag community services 'of ;the churclies of Dawson will: be ; held. tomorrow ,evening chairman of the. National · League for Women's. Service aecutive committee the woman's committee of the council of national" defense. N EURALGIA Forferiek leiull. · rub tit Forehead anilTnirle with MRS. Mrs. Sarah Fairchild, 76 years old, a former well known resident of Adelaide, died yesterday morning at 11 o'clock at the home of her son, George M. Fairchild, in Fredericktown, 0., death being due to a stroke of paralysis suffered a week ago yesterday. The body arrived here this morning and was removed to Fuceral Director J. L. Stador's- parlors. Funeral Monday, '1.30, at home of Mrs. Cal'baugh, Adelaide, ilrs. Fairchild -was born near" ConnellsviHe and for 50 years was a resident of Adelaide." Her husband, John Fairchild, died at the Adelaide home four years ago last March and on November 30, 191t, Mrs. Fairchild went to Prcdericktown to make her home with her only son, George M. Fairchild, who with his wife, _and son-in-taw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. T.'Divelblgs and little son G. M., accompanied the body here. Mrs. Fairchiid was a member of the .Methodist Episcopal church of Adelaide and was widely known in tiat community. Her maiden name was Mise Sarah Shallenberger. One sister,] One sister, Mrs. D. V. Blxler o-f Ever-j son,- survives, RAPHAEL GIORDANO. The funeral of Raphael -Giordano will be hoid tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock from th« family residence in j Eleventh street, and at 9.30 o'clock i from St. Rita's Italian Catholic Send Whitman's to Your Friends in the Service Nothing is more appreciated by an Army or Navy man than a box of candy. There isn't any better than Whitman's, so why not include some in the next box you send to training,canrp or overseas? We Have It In All Size Packages. Collins' Drug Store South .Pittsburg Street. church, with Rov. Father Henry Vivo officiating. Interment ia Joseph's cemetery. De MRS. BARABAA PRINGLE. Mrs. Barbara Pi-ingle, 72 years oldv one of the best known residents of Fairchance; died yesterday afternoon following an illness or pneumonia; GOHfO AW AT 3 Better Place 1'onr Valuables in Safe Deposit You won't eujoy your if you are worried about the safety of your important papers, Liberty Bonds, etc. . Put tttem in the Sale Deposit Vault of tie First National where absolute security is assured at a very moderate charge,--Adv. If Your Eyes Are Not Normal i No More Guesswork ! when you bake. No ruined pastry; no i poorly done bread, no wasted material --no worry, because of wrong area regulation. T-hey must be made so nearly as it can be done wearing glasses that correct the defects. The supplying of the glasses is a very important matter, and it should be done only by an optometrist We offer you aa up-to-the-minute service and you should consider no other kind- I. W. Myers, Opt. D. Optometrist and Optician. Woolworm BWg., Upstairs. Our Specialty--Comfortable Vision. Trainman Injured. JJoyd Barkett o£ Hyndman, is in the Western Maryland hospital at Cumberland for treatment of injuries suffered wbea he met with an accident while at work for tne Baltimore Ohio railroad at Ellersiie, Md. He was standing on a box car anid jumped to a^D adjoining coal, car, landing on a steeL car. He suffered greatly from the loss'of blooi LADIES When Irregular or delayed use Triumph Fills. SaJle and always dependable. Not sold at drug stores. Do not experiment with otiiers; save dts- appouitment. Write for "R«Hof' and particulars: It's free. Address NATION- AXi MBMCAL INSTITUTE. Milwaukee. Wlocoosin. If Ion Want Something Adrertise for it iu our claseified col- uma.. On* cent a . - w o r d . , ; . : . . . . . atronize Those Who Advertise. Get A Eiirect Action Oven Thermostat and measure the heat as easily as you measure milk in a pint cop. You simply set the Temperature Wheel and obtain; any degree of oven heat that die receipt calls for. T. I. ETAJTS ESTATE, : Both Phoa Wart Ads--l Cent a Word

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