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July 13, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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, TCTLT13, 1918. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNEIiSVIIJLE: PA. FACT MOUNT PLEASANT WOULD HAVEIIS OWN WATER PLANT Cornell Direct* Solicitor and Water Committee to Investigate. Aunimg EVHDR IHFIICT 1« EXFIRES AUGUST IS I Si*9lTiig COMBM?, Frlck SabsHI- in?, Desires to Ce»Ui«e U»ttar Old Atreewat; SMea* Dickering tor Works; YblMs «f Electric Maat Special to The Courier. .MOUNT PLEASANT, July 13.-Mount Pleasant may tiarc a muncipal water works, also its own electric lijhtln j plant. Indignant over the re* cetpt of a communication tram the Mount Pleasant Water company, which u a subsidiary of the EL C. Prick Coke company, setting forth that the company doe* not care to enter into a new contract wit a the borough on the expiration of it* 30-year franchise on August 18, nest, but preferred to-coia- tlpue under the old franchise agreement, in .conjunction- with Borough. Solicitor Eueene Warden to take stepa looklnc toward the acquisition of a water plant; also an electric plant. The solicitor will delve into the -;.atter and report to council at me*tin i to be called for that purpose. Complaints are made that rate* charged elsewhere are lower than those: of the Mount Pleasant Water company. There has been considerable agitation for a municipally owned plant, acd the belief is thai it could be operated at a profit to the borough. There have been offers of induce- menU to the borough in the way of both water and electric plants. After considering these and the general situation -in executive session for an hour and a half council directed the solicitor and the committee to go ta work at once on the proposition and report as early as possible. In addition to supplying Mount Pleasant, with water the water company supplies the coke plants in this end of the region. The plant Us located at Bridgeport. Sniithfield. SHTTKFIELD, July 13.--Harry Baer and wife of Akron, O., who have been visiting relatives her* the past week, returned to their home Saturday. Weather Observer John Baer, Sr., says that Friday was the first? day of dog days-and it rained'Friday, consequently "it will rain all. the balance .. of dog days.. C.iH.O'Neil has moved to Union- tow^. ·jfrry Jones Post, No. 541, G. A. R., at its last meeting discussed the proposition that is being agitated in Grand Army circles to take in the order soldiers of all was that Amer- ica-thai been engaged in. The Post is unanimously in favor of the preposition. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Jonos is visiting \relatives at Little Falls, "W." Va. B.. A. McCann and ami, Andrew, went to a training camp in Tennessee to s«e a son in.' brother, Donald McCana. They arrived four hours too late. He had left for New York on tto'way over. They returned h and" went to New York, arriving jusi to. time to see him before leaving for France. Mrs. Lynn Couder Is very ill with heart trouble at her tome at the Stacy Crossing of Georges creek in . Springbill township. There is an epidemic of colds here from the effects of the cold weather. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. O'NeU and baby of New Salem visited relatives in the borough over Saturday and Sunday. Clarence Black and sister, Miss NeIKe, and their aunt,. 5Hss Lizzie Black, motored to Fairbank "Wednesday and called m Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Lynch and family. Miss Nellie remained -for a te wdays' visit. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ewlng kept open house .all day Friday, celebrating their" golden wedding. Friday being the 50th aniversary of their wedding a host of relatives and friends called and extended hearty congratulations. The aged couple received many presents. Refreshments were, served during all hours of the day. C. L. Jones has returned from Mount Clemens, Mich., where he spent two weeks taking treatment for rheumatism. He received great benefit from the treatment. ' Paul Howard, recently injured in an - automobile wreck nehr "Washing- i ton, Pa.-, and brought to the home of his lather. Dr. J. E. Howard of thl5 Place tor treatment, had so far recovered as to return to his home at Washington Thursday. THIWTy LUTHERAN CHUBCH. Rev. Ellis B. Burgeaa,. pastor. Tie Bible school will meet at 10 A. M. IWvjne services will be r conducted by the pastor at 11 A. M. Sermoi'sub- ject, "The Wholeeomeaeu of the Words of the Lord Jesus." No eve-! nin service. Striancers are UiTited to worship with us. .TRINITY REFORMED .CHURCH, corner. South- Pittsburg ,;-an4 East Green stroeta, I. G. Kace, pastor. Sunday schoolat 9.46 A. M. MoriUn.S worship at 11 o'clock; , scrmoti, "Hunger and Thirst," by tire paster. Evening worship at 7.45 o'clock; aer- raon, "The .Strength of Jesas,".by the pastor. Choir rehearsal on "Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. Meeting of the Sunday school amtocintion "Wednesday evening at 8. o'clcck. TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHURCH, M. S. Kanaga, Vicar. Scrvtcei In church house, corner Fair-view ave- ·treet. Sunday Morning prayer nue and Prospect school at 10 A. M. and services at U A. M. TEE EVANGELICAL AS9OC1A- tion, South Connellsvrile, M. B. Hc- Langhlln, minister. Sunday school at 9.30 A. M. Worship with preaching at 10.30 A. M. by Kev. H. C. Miller of Indiana, Pa. The regular quarterly communion services will be held. At 7.45 P. M. a service flag will be dedicated with appropriate exercises. \ special Invitation Is extended to the AMERICAN RED CROSS BUILDING IN WASHINGTON Tt» completed balidiag of the American Red Crow in Washington la one at the handsomest structures In the npttil. Though It was of ample «l«i for prewar needs. It hss been nececsny to provide several times Its' Boor a*»M* to MlditlaMl temporary qnnrteM back of the permanent building. Alt filbe THE PARAHOUAT. public to attend this service. Prayer | "THE SPLENTJID SIKNEB."--A meeting on Wednesday evening and cottage prayer service on Thursday evening. COVENANTER CHURCH, Houston, minister. Sabbath S. B. school svc part Ool*wyn feature in which Mary Garden, the celebrated actress, is seen in the leading role,, is being shown today. From hundreds of stories .submitted by distinguished writers, Mary Garden and Goldwyn's at j advisory board selected Kate Jordan'* t" 'The Splendid Sinner," for the ling- 11; topic, "A Divine Appointment" , Evening service at 7.30 ; topic of .dls- ! e r's second appearance in motion plc- coarse,-"A Three-Fold Consecration." | tures. Pitched In a very high emo- C. T. P. U. at 6.45; topic, "What I i tional key IB the story. A great love com to Do With ^fy Life." Prayer jneetlng as usual; leader, Mrs. Freeman Murphy. ·~- j GERMAN LUTHERAN ST. JOHN'S church, Carnegie avenue and East South street George Dletz, pastor. Services at .10.SO A. M. Sunday «chool at 9 o'clock. Services at Morgan ·itatlon tomorrow afternoon at 2.30. Congregational meeting al 11.30 A. M. All are cordially Invited. to the heroine out of a of lies, deceit, and intrigue, and like all phycholopical conflicts, there is a high price to pay." The first episode of the picture Is played In a brilliant settlns-- At the place of honor at the banquet given by Rudolph Von Zorn sits the moat beautiful of the many lovely women present, Dolores Fargls. The great fflamond-Ebapeil table sparkles with the rich man's choicest silver, and Jests and laughter lends animation to the scene. Miss Garden as the vampire became an angel oC mercy and much of the action transpires on the western front of France, with final glorious Sermon by the putor, "A Dream of ! expiation for the heroine. The con- Heaven." . Young People's meeting at i elusion of the drama Is poignant In the extreme and Mis» Garden's roa'- ly notable histrionic ability Is given THE South son, pastor. Sunday school at 9.45 A. M. Public worship at 11 A. M, FIRST BAPTIST CHUHCH, Plttsbnrg street, Wilbur N1- 6.45 P. M. Public worship at 7.45 P. M. Sermon by the- pastor, "Preaching Jesiu." ? 1 . THE FIRST · PRESBYTERIAN church, J, L, Proudfit, pastor. Sabbath school at 9.45. Morning serrtcs at 11; subject, "The Vision Needed." Evening service at 7.45; subject, "Behold!" «"3dnesday evening prayer meeting at 7.45. THE UNITED PRESBYTERIAN church, South Fittsburg street and Morton avenue, William J. Everhart, minister. Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Sermon topic, "The Victory That Overcometh." Evening worship at 7.45 o'clock.. Sabbath school at 3.45 o'clock. Juniors at 3 P. M. Senior Y. P. C. V. at S.45 P. M. 9STKT THAT COJOU5XS YAJUED XODES. Culicura Heals Scaly and Seemed Itchy. Could Not Bear to Be Touched. Troubled Six Months. Nothing Purer, Sweeter, For All Skin Troubles Than Cuticunu "My boy bad whu looked like ring- wormon bis leftchfcek. It-was 01 large a a half dollxr and every time I took him out It got \ brighter and would turn ' red. It was scaly, and seemed to be Itchy and be wanted to actmtcb. The child WAS croei, and could aot bear to have anyone toncb him. "The troublelasted about Bhcmontba before we tried Cutica ra Soap and Ointment and in about three weelcs be was beiUd." (Signed) Mrs. Harriett Tbompaoa, 344fr Grays Ferry Road, PbtUdalphlm Pa., October 15, 1917. If you have a poor complexion Im* prove It by uaing Cutlcura Soap daily ·nd Cacicurm Ointment occasionally. 8*ia*l« Ba«h Fre« br M«iU Address po«t- cant- "Cmtj»*r». D*pl. ft. Bottom." Sold vieij·here. Soap 25c. Ointment 25 and SOc. adequate expression. The cast sup- Falinoss at cut and straight lines in ( porting Miss Garden Is one of espec- c i ot hes are usually considered dla-]j ial excellence. A selected comedy and a weekly are also being shown. TITRATKE. CHRISTIAN CHURCH. GEORGE Walker Buckner, minister. Bible school at 9.30 A. M. Christian Endeavor at 6.45 P. M. Morning service at 10.40. Evening service at 7.45. Morning subject. "The Christian Valuation of Life." Evening subject, "Spiritual Vision and the National Life." THE METHODIST PROTESTANT Church, "West Apple street. J. H. Lambertson, minister. Class meeting at D A. M. Sabbath school at 0.45 A. M. Morning worship at 11; "Upper Room." Christian E-nd«iavor meeting at 7. P. 31.; topic, "Lessons Prom F- - "THE WIDOWS MIGHT,"---A five reel comedy drama featuring ti.o famous feminine Impersonator, Julian Eltinge. A good comedy will also bo shown. Monday and Tuesday Mar- i guerite Clark appeara in the Para-; mount drama, "Rich Man, Poor Man." The. story has to do with a young woman who IE foisted upon a rich man as hia grandchild. The imposture is finally exposed, but tho ultimate end is ono of supreme happiness for the young woman. In the development of this theme, which proves that a rich man Is, after all, a poor man, when he neither .loves nor is loved, there are many scenes of great dramatic power. metric opposltes, yet they are combined in tb.ls novel skirt. Although the lines aro long and straight, the Rldrt is full, and besides there aro boxed plaits. Striped wool Is used in fashioning it. CHICHESTER s PILLS V ,*~^ TUX llAKO?fD BKaUfBt A '^j*T^ Ohiopylt: OHIOPVIjE, July 13.-- JHss Jennie Blgler of Beaver Springs, Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C." G. Oundrum here 1 for a few weeks. Miss Helen Jones left Thursday evening for Plttsburg to visit relatives and friends for a few days. Miss. Mary Hall and Mrs.- Samuel vprite .Parables." In the evening all Hall of Star Citj% W. Va.. arrived 7.45 the sermon subject will be "Hard here Thursday and were the guoats " l£ you intead to baveanl* iet ·orprioMt Sale BOls PRINTED --THE-- EVERYTHING COOKED LIKE AT HOME. Strictly Fresh, Clean and Pure. ASK KOK OUR SPECIAL CLUB BREAFAST AND SUNDAY DINNER. · "Our Pastries Are Delicious Be- causo They Aro Homemade." NEXT DOOR TO WEST FENN WAITING ROOM. l i i Bigger Bargains! tegger Crowds! Features the Opening Bays of Tils Those who were here, the first days will be walking advertisements of the Saving Opportunities of this Clearance Sale. Buy All You Need at These Prices As No One Knows When They Will Come Again Women's "Waists, up to $1.00 value, at Men's Arrow Collars fcf\f* SIX FOB t)UC "Quick Suds" Laundrj- .Soap at ' -- 9Sc Suit Cases, ^tA.C 26 inch ilTcl/ Children's Gin'gham" Dresses,- special.--. Clean-up "Wash.-Skirls.. up to J.3.value," at '_ 4Sc; Corset Covers, ^Qrf» special at ___·__ ^U\f Fine quality Couiil Corsets , , 55c SPECIAL FEATURE COATS DRESSES - Thursday we will feature one lot of JVomeu's .aiuiL Misses' Coats and Dresses at .$5.00 that will create a sensation when they are placed on sale "at "this "ridiculously low price. Be here early for the best choice. Afternoon and Evening ' Dresses up to $35.00 One special lot of Women's and Misses' Evening 1 Dresses, value to.. $35.00, and Afternoon Dresses value to $15.00, will be featured Thursday at $8.95.. Up to $7.95 Summer Wash Dresses - - $5.00 Featuring "Women's and Misses' very newest style Wash Dresses of Tub Proof Ginghams and Fancy Voiles- Regular $7.95 values at only $5.00. Classified Ads. One Cent a Word. «!^^ Questions." Prayer meeting 1 on Wed- cf Mrs. nesday at. 7. 45 P. M. Pastor will pre- S. Rafterty on Garrett street. j side. " Miss Daisy McClain left yesterday! -- ' f o r Connellsville to spend a short] UOTTED BRBTHRIW CHURCH. ! visit. Sunday School at 9.45 A. M. Preach- | Mrs. John Shoemaker and daughter ing .. at 11 A. M. Morning subject, (Nellie, after spending the past month "The .Destruction of National Life." at TValtersburg, Hyndman and Falr- Christian Endeavor .-. 0.45 P. M. Preaching at 7.45 P. M. Subject, "Death." J. S. Showers, Pastor. TTaat Helpl Then use our classified column, will follow. Be- Whe In 1'artnmie. Those who advertise in The Dally Courier. hope, arived her last evening to spend a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. "W. H. Rafferty on Garrett street, before returning to their homo at Mount Pleasant Yesterday was payday her for the Baltimore Ohio and Western Maryland employes. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jacob Burnworth Emd Mra. Clyde Burnworth have returned i j from a trip to Camp Lee. I The- COAST L/NE to ita, cuiiine, iooi ore all The deliriDn of your vacation bc«in Ihc womcqt you board » *£££*?$, V"' c Sl ? m f r ·"·,!«"""·' M«ckUac Ul»l-br halfof the deHritt arc in the Lafce voyage. Rilro«l tlcketi at honored on ·!! D. C. Lio. .tuner, wilt- oul extr» cfaarje. Th« D. i C. IsiijnU inturet (be be« in irpoinrn . 1 !!i,*"Mik l 'j* ·" =r r icl sIely ·"·' h " IUi ""'· InK could be deiired' All women ore cgrjirjped -»ilh lilett irirelen wtter u sterilized by ultra violet ray proceia. T »° ·oicndid », Me !._Citr ol Maeltinac II and^Oty ot Alrjena Il-oBeralc four lime, a week to Mackime T.lond . From Toledo 3 ·?£' «5 ds «""l«y«oJO A. M.. Toesdaya »jd Thijradjy. (,:00 E M. Tram Dctioit Mond.ya aad SaturdayaSKXIP, M . Wedntt- dajra a D d Fridayi 8JO A. M. Send ieenr atanp for illuitrated pamchlet aod Great Lake.TM!,. Addreta L. G. LEWIS, C. P. A.. 9 Third A.cnut, Derrolt, Wicb. TO HACKINAC ISLAND From Eullato Jll.OO Round trip 19.00 Qevrlir4 J 9.00 Round trip 14.00 From Toledo J 7.25 Round tripl3.00 ^ From ^ DUroil tk.SU Round r/ip 11100 Tri-Stote 673. Bell 812. LOCAL A5D LONG DISTANCE JIOTEfGS. W W rtrti-foTrtr Evidence 101 Haas 1 , TT. UiUUCliy COSNELLS71XLE, PA. Try Our Classified Ads. Et f s JVSosiey Well Invested PITIT BiyK-- Sow JFete's By C. JL VOIGHT: to Slim for T\-re T«»rs ir 1 lifotriliirr -- IM TMiS JOB-- IP THE e«T T. CtVB Its *TAV:« -- I tc sive HIM ~A ·'u. GET OOT Ot= 50 TO _^ OVJ NN V^CATlOW-NET ^ VIC MAKitTS NfE.-V/OrNlfe. J^-x--^SY^

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