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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, July 15, 1918
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I I I IS i I; : ...-7AGE TWO. I'HE DAILY COURIER, CONNEI^LSVILLE, PA. MONDAY, JULY 15,.-1918. · - , ' . - Two-.Siihday school, classes of the 'First' 'Methodist Episcopal church, "· taught by Mrs. M. W. Alter and Miss ·- ; " : ivTOPenrcpa"w-iI]-"iWd a pferiic'Eriday at Robinson's falls," meeting at Mrs. Alter's home in Ninth street, Green- · · · 'wood.- at 10 : o'c!bcli. - ~ '--"-'· ·- . ' - ' " * ' . ~ : "Hfiss" Helen "Bdtterrnorc'ih'4 Private · I"Tank;Saund_ers of Company _B,-304th Regiment qL' Aviation, w'er'e' married tor the soldiers, Mrs. J. Melvin Grev, chairman of -the Charleston Comforts Branch of the Navy League, asks the women* of ConneliaviUe to a*ait in providing these bags, which are used by the soldiers.who are brought to the ·hospital.' 'for the safe Seeping of treasures picked up on the battlefield; Tetters ' from ' home, etc. The bags should be 12x14 when finis* ed and may made of any washable ma-. Mrs. Laura Jaynes of Greenwood. Mr. Bryte accompanied, them, returning home yesterday afternoon. ' Mrs. Frank 'icineell of-Greenwood, who has been-.'tie guest'of her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Smith of Denison, Tex., for the past four months,, arrived home Saturday night. Mrs. Smith accompanied her. Mr. .and Mrs. David Bennett and children of Keister, were guests over Sunday at the home of Mrs. Bennett's father, Si F. .Penn, in Eighth street, Greenwood. Earl Porter of Carney's Point, N. J., is visiting at the homo-of his father- in-law, J. W. Raudman in Greenwood. Mrs. Porter has been visiting her parents tor a week or more. Ionfey'afternponv---July.''S,- at--CamV i terial. --Flower . chintzes and Meade, Annapolis Junction, Md. The ".,, bride. js,.a":dajjsb.ter^of .Mr.; and Mrs t " ~ Frifnfc" Buttermore; formerly 'of Con". ...nelisville,-and U.a srandilaughter of -Mrs. P. 31. Buttermore. ot the West -"-- Side."-'-'Accbmpanrea'T!y"h"rr slster-1n- Jaw, JBiss Saunders, the bridejreturned to Greensburg last Thursday"." The bridegroom expects to leave soon for duty overseas. j~t-TBS-SRingsz'barighteTSj--of the- iTTinity-Luttecaa church. w.m,meet"-to- : morrow night at the home of Miss Viola Fries in Aetna street. The la tonnes of gay and cheerful colors am preferred "by the soldiers. To each ba{;'sh6uTa"'be~ a'ttached two inches' from the- -bottom a white, linen label and sewed all around on one side of the bag only; A casing should be run .one. inch from the top and two tapes ·wfth" separate- outlets- on each side of the bag run throagh this casing. The Untontown branch of the Charleston Comforts Branch has pledged 1 0 0 bags., . . . . . . PBSONALS. The best place to shop after all. . 'dies" Bible class will' hold *"· picnic BrowneU Shoe Co.-- Adv. Friday afternooritat the Thorns of'Srs. L Hi. and Mrs: M. A. Miterko and baby ' John Erretf in ESsFCbnne'UsvlUe. .of. UmoTitown, were guests of Mrs. Ml- terko's mother, Mrs. A. Mulac of the The regular meeting of 'the Worn- West Side, yesterday. -en-'s-Btbk-class of-the Mrst. Baptist. ijchirch wlU'-be heldThursday alter- iinoon--at 1 the^home of;Mrs. Bisel -in :Sicamois..atreetr--AU women of-'-tie r.£lrarch."are.:ravited.-- - - -' · · ' - '. "..Tie "Uen's-BIble class and the Bar- -acc'i'el'ass'of-the HjEfBiptlst church will breakfast . aid ha\e ..the Bible ^study in the "-woods'-near 'the J.: L: Stader farm Sunday morning*: -All men of the congregation are invited. ** The Ladies' Aid society of the Cochran Memorial Methodist church at Dawson will meet Thursday evening - at S o'clock at the home of Mrs. Kessler it Dickerson Run. Mrs. Kaupt ·will assist-Hrs-.Kessler: _: · *. ... .'_ The weekly meeting of the Business "Women's Christian association will be held Thursday night in "Odd Fellows' temple. South Pittsburg street. · · · · Ihe O.. fi. T. Fancy-work-club, will meet ..Thursday afternoon at._the home · of "ifrsl'JW. A, Miller at Vanderbilt · Th»' music pupils . of Mrs. Gillett gsve-aVrecftiJ'. at her Lome in Bast Crawford'avenue Saturday afternoon. The-foUowUig"- took part: Gladys Cook. Sbt.Stimmel, Mary Louise 'McDonald, iillian Penn, Laura : Bell ·";Kooser,.C^rrie_ Jane Marietta, Eleanor Stimmei. Margaret Oppman and Doris Gillett of town, and Virginia _Poltz, Dorothy Roller. . Rosa Raupach, Janet.Foltz. Miss Leighman and Olive Frost, Dunhar. Miss Elizabeth Straub bas returned to tUe General hospital, Kuoxville, Tenn., where she is .a nurse, after spending a vacation with her parents, Mr", and Mrs; A. A. Straub. She was accompanied to Pittsburg by Miss Virginia McGann. See Downs' Shoe Store for a pair of new orfords. They are reduced. All go. Including grays, browns, patents, dulls anC' tans for women; tony red- and mahogany shades in tans aid blacks for men. Now is your opportunity.--Adv.-13-St. There is no change in the condition of Max F. Rush, who is critically 111 TERRIFIC GERMAN OFFENSIVE LAUNCHED AUT01ST FATALLY HURT Apparent Slight .Injury to Farmlngton Hah Be»«lts in Death. Losing control- of his Ford roadster while,driving.down the mountain ne*r Hopwood, Saturday liight Elvie E. Van Sickle, 32 years old of Farmington was fatally Injured. The car , Continued from Page One. t* driTU throagh: It is regarded M possible that the purpose of the attack is to widen still further' the Algne salient' by the re- Auction o Bheiras and the lorednB back of the whole southern extremity of the ISIS hottte arau GEMJASS BKEAK »OWN UlTDEIlN AMERICAN COUIfTEB ATTACKS. "WITH THE AMERICAS" ABJtr OJV THB atAKITE, J»lT 75--(U.15.A. 3t) The Aaterlean forces on this front delivered a cmnter atack mpon tie (i*nn«n« in toe Tatrx region t*i» morning find drove off the enemy. It is reported tfcat the Amerk»iis h«ve advanced their own line a distance of several TinnHred yards, bnt this h«s not been confirmed. It 1« clear that the German attack in the Taax region completely broke down mnier the American counter attacks. Further sharp fighting is likely to develop in this area nt any tint*, however. stcfddeci and turned turtle three times ! ·"» their attack on the "Ifanie front before it came to a stop at the side of the Oerooas threw many bridges the road. Mr. Van Sickle was thrown; ae"s» Uw river. Over those tie G«r- from the car when it lirned over the!TM 811 * "· pussing npdra- a withering first time. He was taken into the i f ' r f r ° 1 artillery. residence ,of Mr. Seiler and it was then .thought that he had escaped injury. H« walked down to the Red Cross headquarters at Hopwood and after remaining at Hopwood until about 9,30 o'clock he was taken to his home at Farmingtotn. His condition soon afterwards became critical and continued to become worse until his death, Sunday morning. Mr. Van Sickle was a civil engineer and at one time was employed in South America. For some time past he had been in the timber business. He is survived by" his parents Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Van Sickle of Elliottsvillc, his widow and three children. COAL SOW AT BKErVEBrES .Hay Be AH They "Will Get, Snrs Fnel Administrator Garfleld. Referring to the order of July 3, cutting down fuel going to brewerie at his homo at the Ohiopyle house, | United Staten Fuel Administrator Gar- Ohiopyle. Miss L-eoqa *\fc"""*3an has returned home from« visit"'4-itb her aunt, Mrs. S. Turney -of Confluence, Mrs. R. E. Ashe and baby of Clarksburg, *W. Va., are guests of the former's mother, Mrs. J. A. Rcnner of Witter avenue. For the best and cheapest repairs on that roof, conductor or spoutici. site F. T. Evans Estate---Adr. ilrs. C. W. Brook's and little son of Pittburg, who have been visiting rela- tives'at,Normal vllle, came to Connellsville 'this"morning to spend a week witi'."relatives. . . " Miss·'Elizabeth. Reed, clerk in the ladies' ready-to-wear department of the 'Wright-Metz!er. store, his gone to Ambridge, Pa-, to spend a«r vacation with relatives. Mrs. Frank Hibner of Greenwood, went to Meyersdale Saturday afternoon to visit relatives. . A great many people are now ready for the second pair of low cuts. Communion sen-ices, baptisms and! Downs . Shoc store has re duced all »' reception for new members will .take place at the regular services at the Presbyterian church at Dawson ' Sunday morning. The community prayer services of the churches of Dawson will be held "Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock in the Baptist church. . . . . . . . . . . Athens Temple, -Pythian Sisters, wilt meet tomorrow evening in Odd Fellows' hall. The regular meetin§ of the Young ^ j "Woman's _Guild of the-Trinity Epis- *"sopal "church will be held Wednesday ·nightair 8-_o"cloc"3: .in the new church house. Following an appeal from the Navy League headdnirterB for "hospital bags, thousanas.tollwhich are wanted low cuto and pumps.for men, women, boys, girls and children. All go.-- Adv.-13-3t. Miss Nelle Be vans of East Crawford avenue, is spending two weeks visiting relatives at Rid-gely Farm, Grants- v*II«, Md. ·Mrs. Calvin Jaynei and family motored from Gates yesterday and were guests of Mrs. Laura Jaynes of Greenwood. Mrs. G. "W. Penrod and son Oscar and "Mrs. Samuel Imhoff, mother of Mrs. "Penrod,. are visiting ' Mr. and Mrs. Harry Prarod of Baltimore. "- Miss Nelle Sweeney of Greenwood, has-gone to Addison to spend her vacation. . : -Mrs. J. Donald Porter of "Wills road, was in Pittaburg Saturday. Mrs. Oliver Bryte and daughter, Ora Gay of Stenbenvllle, 0., are visiting fleld states that in view of the present coal, transportation and other shortages anil until the prospect of larger service is assured^ "breweries will not be able to count upon a supply of coal beyond that needed to utilize the materials in the process- of .manufacture including malt already manufactured." ' - Sale dmflrmed. Judge J. C. "Work this morning confirmed the sale ot a tract of land in thi Ashman and Torrence addition, made by George A. Mirkle, guardian of S. M. Torrence, to Malachl Duggaa for {500. Unlergoe!! Operation. Mrs. R. V..Hendine of Franklin avenue, underwent a mastoid operation Saturday night at the Mercy hospitjti, Pittsburg, and according to word from the hospital is getting along nicely. "KAny Lot* Sold. A sale of 106 lois of the Fretta farm near jScottdalc was made Saturday afternoon. The lots brought "119,000. The purchaser expects to erect houses on them in the near future. Visiting Camp Lee. James Murtha and John Shntsa of Lelsenring No. 1, have- gone to Camp Lee, 1'etersburg, Va., to visit Edward Murtba and Louis Shutsa, who are in military training. At the HospUaL James "Owight, nine years old, was admitted to the Cottage State hospital this morning to undergo an operation. Tlie Americans and their French comrade* hare resisted the enemy to the utmost and are continuing this character of resistance. At 11.20 A. JC, word received here showed that the enemy also launched an attack ea*t of Rhcims, tint cm the sectors on that frwnt on which French and American* arc fighting side hr sM« positions are reported intact. The American machine (runners here let the eaeinr come close to tholr positions and then opened a deadly fire Into the advancing close formation of Cenaaan. AMERICANS HATE SITUATION WELL EV 1LCO), SAT BEPORTS. LOM05 inly 15,--Tho Germans have. crossed the "ffitrne at several placet in (heir offensive hegnn thin morning, according to advices received here. The nuUn atacfc, it is saiil, seem* to- be In the Champ«gTv_ Tlie advice* to this effect came to Utc Central Advices received here regarding the German offensive slate that the attack hegnn on a front of 30 nrileK, between Chateau Tneirry and Bligny, southwest of Rheinu. The Gmauu also attacked e»»t of Kbeinu between Frnnay nnd "Xaisoa de Chaavpagne on a front of K miles, The feeling in London on toe situation foOowbtg Oir German attack In France la that the developments arc (i«ll* nattafaetory. The. German attack In the new offensive began la the region of Tanx after a bomardmeat irili gas itui high expiraive shells, accordintr to the Exchange. Telegraph company ad' EVANGELICALS HAVE HONOR ROLL SERVICE FOR JNUSTED MEN Rev. R. C. Miller, Indiana, Pa, Chief j Speaker at Gathering at South ConneTlsville. The following program was rendered in connection with the dedication of a service flag in the church of the Evangelical Association, South Connellsville. at l.K last evening; Prelude, concluding with America,Marion Fleming; invocation. Rev. M. j B. ilcLaughlin, .pastor; scripture reading, R. C. Miller, Indiana; recitation, "The Ship of State," Clifford Pritcherd; American flag unveiling; singing, "The Star Spangled Banner," congregation; recitation, "The Flag," Gertrude White; song, "Hear Your Country's Call," choir; service flag| unveiling; reading of honor roll and explanations, the pastor; address, Rev. Miller; reading of John Oxen- ham'a famous hymn, "The Men at the Front;". dedicatory prayer; recitation, "The Service Flag," Hazel Matthews; quartet, "Behold, I stand at the Door;" reading of "America's Creed." Following are toe men on the honor roll:-Roy Helms, Camp Lee; Guy D: Tressler, Camp Lee; John B. Tressler, Camp Oglethorpe; James S. Jaynes, Camp Lee; Paul Evans, France; Arthur Groan, Panama; Floyd Groan, 'enroute to France; Ernest O. Weltz, Camp Lee; Emil A- Welu, Camp Mills, L. I.; Robert E. Lee, Honolulu, H. T.; Dorsic Drbach, Camp Lee; George S. Urbach, Camp Gordon; Charles S. Showman, Paris Island, S. C.; Arthur D. Hartman, Ft, Wadsworth, S. C,; Willis P. Sullivan, enroute to France; Bar! S. "Weaver, France; Carl H. Youakin, Panama; James S. Pierce, Laredo. Tex.; Jesse ShulU, France; Victor E. Feathers, unknown; Ernest H. Beal, Camp Lee; Claude I. Miller, Francs; John E. MeElhaney. France; CorneSus J. Fabian, Camp Lee; Samuel L. Pierce, Del Rio, Tex.;' Harojd XL Pierce. Camp Upton, L. I.; Frieda A. W. "Waltz, Camp Gordon. EVEBSON BOT ET V. S. Joseph L, Sharnock of Everson was among the young men enlisting in the United States Marine Corps at the Pittsburg recruiting station on Saturday. JAKES COirSfELL HOME 05 TTEEK-EKT) FUBLOU*sH: J«ne» V. Conneil, in training at the Carnegie Tech, Pittsburg, spent Sunder with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Coanell of Dunbar. J. TV. FOLTZ SPKfDS S4-HOUH FUBiOUGH AT "OTJ3BAK HOJCE. ·COME AND SEE" TKe HOME of QuKuiY. and SEBVICE! 9'tet33.N PITTSBURG St.i CoNNELLsyiLL.e CONNELLSVILLE'S GREATEST STORE 'eat The life of a sale depends upon the real savings offered to the store's patrons. Our Great Mill Remnant Sale is now in its second week d.nd enthusiastic buyers are daily visitors to this bargain event. Investigate for yourself. In many instances we are selling merchandise at less than the wholesale cost. Come and see. Great Mill Remnant Soli' Sample Coats for Children Size 4 to 14 Years. A real bargain. J10.00 Coats $M)7 } S.OO Coats 16,00 f 7.60 Coats SSJK t 3.95 Coats S2.64 J 5.00 Coats *3.33 "Waists. Great Hill Remnant Sale Very important sale of waists. One lot of Georgette Waists, J4.50 values, Mill Remnant Sale, One lot of Tub Silk Waists, values up to J3.00, Mill Remnant Sale, $1-95. One lot of fine 'White Voile Waists, values up to fi.SO, Mill Remnant Sa!e, tlM. One ]ot of fine Voile Waists, values up to $1.00, Mill Remnant Sale, 79c. Women's Suits Great Mill Remnant Sale Suits made to sell at $27.50, Mill Remnant Sale Price, SUM. Suits made to sell at $40.00, Mill Remnant Sale Price, 82236. Suits made to sell at $60.00, Mill Remnant Sale Price, $31.95. Trimmed Hats Great Mill Remnant Sale 95c for Trimmed Hate worth .up to 13.50. S1.S5 for Trimmed Hats worth up to $5.00. $2.95 for Trimmed Hats worth up ot $6.50. KSJSS for Trimmed Hate worth up to J7.50. Linens and Sheetings Great Mill Hemnant SaJc 54 inch Mercerized Table Damask, $1.00 value. Mill Remnant Sale Price, J9c yd. 64 inch.Damask (Union) Half Linen, $1.25 value. Mill Remnant Sale, 9Sc yd. Large size heavy Turkish Towels, colored border, 75c value, Mill Remnant Sale, 59c-- Good size Huck Towels, regular 25c values, Mill Remnant Sale, 19c. Full sile Sheets, 72x90 Keen- wood, 51.98 values, Mill Remnant Sale, S1.C9. Sheets, Keenwood Bed, size 72x90, $2.59 value, Mill Remnant Sale Price, S1.39. Pillow Cases, 42x35 Keenwood brand, S5c value, Mill Remnant Sale, 29c- crnited in Southern California, and named "Man" Plcfcford's Own," In honor of the celebrated, movie star, who has donated the royalties of one of her jnctures to the regimental fund. vices from ParK The American ar- j tnrne i after spending a 24-honr fur- Hllery replied with barrage fire. The dough -pith bis mother, Mrs. Minnie report* up to MM o'clock Oils morn- Ing, the Exchange'* advice* ntate, show the situation to bj well in band. KHEDfS DOTBDUTE OBJECTITE OF CERXASS. WSWtS, Jalr 16.--The immediate objective of the Germans it is considered here probably is to detach "JOE" HOOD .OfD PACT/ TTAGOSEB Ui mil The receipt 'of post cards bearing the postmark, "Genoa, Italy", indicates that "Joe" Hood and Paul Wag- J. W. Foltz, who is with the navy, j o ner, who are members of the same stationed at Aberdeen, Md., has re- j battalion and regiment, are with the first armed American forces to be sent from France to Italy by General Foitz. of Dunbar. SEBGESAT H. I* REBF.R IK FKAA'CE. j "Word has been received by Mrs. TV. j Pershing. 4 DATJ5" 10XG ARRIVES L\ FRAXCE, CARDS SAT. Cards have been received here from J. N. Trump IITE LINp TRANSFER MOTOR TRUCK » WAGONS. · OVCfO ASD BOI8TQCO PIAXO* A ·PKCIALTT. K. Martin of 219 South Eighth street, | David R. Long telling of his sale ar- West Side, that her son. Sergeant Herman L. Reber, Bakery Company 302, American Expeditionary Farces, Rheins tv attacking on both aides If | has arrived safely In France. The it and capturing tie hill which would protect their right Hank on a farther advance southward. Jacques" Daace Tonight At Markell Hall. Kiferie drums.--Adv.--15-lt. ' with ClamHM Bring results. Con only le a word: the and popular in which corn was ever served ---- HUSS ACT1TE OS JfXAXBEBS FRO.VT. IX»'DOK, July 15^-Tlio enemy ar- ailurr dlsplared activity In the region sonth of Arras and on the Klnndcrs front, north of BethuBe and In the Loere and Mekcbnich sector?. The British attack in Flanders yesterday, the statement show), wa« launched OB a front of 3.MO vardi in the aefjrhborh^jd of the Ridge woods ia the IHkeubniieh sector. The at- CHARGEDWTTH THEFT So«th ConnellsviHe Men Arrested {or Stealing Explosive!). . Charged with the theft of dynamite from the Baltimore 4^. Ohio railroad, John · Osier and Richard Walker of South Conntllftville were given hearings before Alderman Ewrnne O'Bon- ovan of* the- Side this morning and were hela under $51)0 ball for court. The informations against the men were made by state policemen. Frank McTfbbett, a third man in tio case, was released. The men are alleged to have confessed to the robbery but at the hearing this morning they denied taking the explosive. letter is written on June 39. The soldier says ne is feeling fine and had j pleasant trip over. He says Ed- « rival overseas. "Etetve" is attached to Company C, Slot Engineers. H« was in training only two' months previous to leaving for "over there," ward Crossland. also of this city, was left in New York state but that be may go over later. EDWARD SUDZ1AK SEES DR. EDtE AST) IVRIGHT. Charles Crowley received a post card from Edward L. Sudziak who is 4= Tib® ©man TO APTA2fCE IS FBICB C A T A ' R R H · For head or throat Catarrh try the v»por treatment /ICRSVAPORUBB 2Sc--60c--«1.00 ADELBERT A, WETHER33LL. Impressive funeral services for Ad- clbert A., Wetherell were held Saturday aftrnoon from the family resi: dence in North Pittsburg street, with' Absolutely In France with the ]12th Ambulance j Rev. Wilbur Nelson, pastor of the IndlgGStlOH. · Company, 103 Sanitary Train. Ho says he has seen Ross Wright and Dr. W. A .Edic. ten June 23. The card was writ- «««« IN FRANCE First Baptist church, assisted by Rev. W. S. Bryan of the Methodist Episco-j * pal church of Vanderbilt, a cousin of Jrs. Wetherell, officiating. Many relatives and friends of the deceased from ConneUsville and out of town points attended. Mrs. Ross F. Lytle j ,,,*,,_: refund STUDENT NURSES Mrs. C. E. Enos has received a let- an( i members at a quartet from the! To Number of 20,000 Are to he K ter from her brother, George Heinbaugh, who is in France. He writes First Baptist church appropriate nunibers. choior, The sang floral that he did not get seasick in going] tributes were numerous and beautiful. over and is enjoying splendid health. SOISSON SOOS GOLVG OTERSEAS, Soisson AJadigan, who is .with the navy ( stationed at Philadelphia, was granted a 48-oour furlough, arriving home Saturday night and leaving yesterday afternoon. Madigan is a son of Mr. and Mrs. J, D. Madlgan of Bast Falrview avenue. He erpects to leave soon for duty overseas. MOTORISTS INJURED Carl Wild and Joseph Sanple gaffer Serious Hnrte Sen SotervlUe. Carl Wild, 19 years old, ot Smithdale, and Joseph Sample, of near Su- tervlUe, were injured last evening when their motorcycles crashed together on the brick road near the Suterville brewery. Wild was injured internally and had | one of his legs broken in two places. It is said he cannot recover. Sample was also badly injared, but ma-y recover. JTOHJS" KEPHART 05 FTJRIOtGH. Attorney John P. Kephart, attached to the censors board in New York, arrived home Saturday night on a brief furlough, which he spent with his parents, State Treasurer and Mrs. |H. M. Kephart. He returned to New York yesterday afternoon, W. H^ Soisson, D. B. Evans, James C. Munson, S. M. Sieetz, Ross F. Lytle and J. B. Jones were pallbearers. Interment in Hill Grove cemetery. Among the out of town persons were Anson "Wetherell, a brother of the deceased, and John Traynor, both of Pittsburg; Mrs. I. B. Braliier and Harry Bryan of Scottdale. MRS. RUTH DEARTH. rolled; 2,SiO from Pennsylvania. To the woman's committee of t Council ot National Defense has be committed the responsibility "of c rolling 20,000 student nurse reserv These are to be young women I tween the ages of 19 and 35 who : to be used to fill the serious gaps our hospital forces of nurses creat by their entrance into overseas R Cross service. Every intelligent, ablebodied, ed cated young woman in the country to be urged to register in order tt Mrs. Ruth Dearth, one of the old- , tbcr . e ,TM ay b ,° no sh( "-t a se either .. _..,j.i._ _, I*...,. ______ ,_ .,,_., (candidates for the army nursi school or of student nurses in t civlian hospital training school. T est residents of Fayette county, died Saturday morning at her home at New Salem. Funeral services will FEBST SEBGEANT BAIfKER BUILDS XODE1 OF AIEPIAITE A model of an airplane, the work of First Sergeant John J. Ranker ( Aviation Section, Kelly Field, Tei., is on exhibition in the window of Hall's art be held at her late residence tomorrow afternoon at' 2 o'clock, with in- I Shallcnberger-HorMi. Miss Hulda Shallenberger "of Vanderbilt. and John Horan of Scottdale, were married Jaturday_ afternoon _by j jii ss Lonise Rankin announced" the ...... safe arrival overseas of her brother, Justice of the Peace J. E. Foltz at his office at Dunbar. Granted Marriage Llcei.s*. demon. .C. Hare and Eliza E. Bis- burg, both of Meyersdale, were granted a license to wed ia Cumberland. ierian cemetery. MBS. MAB.TIN J. BARRON. Mrs. Martin J. Barron, wife of Andrew Barren of Uniontown, died Saturday evening, in the West Penn hospital, Pittsburg, following an illness of complication, of diseases. JAMES S. COOPER. James Stanfield Cooper, 67 years. store on South Pittsburg street Ser- j old, of Haydentown, died yesterday morning at his home following z. lingering illness. Funeral services will be held from tie house Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock, with interment in the Baptist cemetery at Smithfield. Deceased is survived by his widow and seven children?. ROSE MARION DILL. Rose Marion Dill, one year oi'3 daughter ot Joan B, and Ella Dill, No! 1 Witter avenue, died last night fol- goant Ranker, who is the son of Mrs. John Rankin of Easv Fairview avenue, has been stationed at Kelly Field for some months past JOJIJf RAJfMJf KEPORTS SAFE ARRIVAL OTERSEAS. A card received this morning by John D. F. Rankin, a member ot the Ii3rd Field Artillery, a regiment re- Who to ParrcmTze. Those-who advertise in The Courier; Hinting Bargains 1 You. will flnd;them : in.pyr.'ad. f coln.Tnns. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children in Use For Over 3O Years Always bears . the Signature of course of training in these schoi range from two to three years length. Pennsylvania's quota of -j,* dents, is fixed at 2,870. ^ To provide sufficient gradue nurses under the call recently issu by the Red Cross, Western Penns: vania is asked to send 465 addition before January 1. The allotment Fayette county is four; Mount Pie: ant, seven; Somerset county, three. GOTEESTtEKT Tjncle Sam Aids People In l)BposMJ .Money at the Bank. You do not have to leave your wo in order to open, a savings accot; with this bank. You can. srrnd yo first deposit by mail, with your nai and address carefully written so U' we can enter your account on o books and issue your pass-bo which we will send to you by mt Do not let another week go past wit out opening a savings account. Th add to the account whenever y receive money. The Citizens Natic lowing an illness of pneumonia. Fn-1 al Bank, 13s" North Pittshurg stre neral services will be held from the ! houss tomorrow afternoon at 2 I o'clock, with interment in Hill Grove cemetery. . MRS. A1CANDA LYTLE. Mrs. Amanda Lytle, 29 years o(d, wife of H. L. Lytle of Berlin, died j Friday at the Allegany hospital, Cnrii- l.berland; . - . - · ' --Adv. Card of Thank*. We dosire to thank onr friends w so kindly assisted us in our recc bereavement, the death of our fall and husband. A. A. Wethcreil. Esp- ially do we desire to thank the eht aud those who sent flowers; Mr». J. "Wetherell aniJ-Famtly.--Atfr-

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