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TUESDAY, JULY 16. 1918. THE DAIIjY 'CODHDSH, CONIWnULSVULLJK. PA. PAGE FIVls. MEWS OF THE DAY ! AT ML PLEASANT I BRIEFLY RELATED . jj' · - . . _ _ _ ,. ifloppoaed Victim of 51am- ' Booth Munier Turns Up · Safe and Sound. HYSfHlY IS STILL UNSOLVED Jtor. T»« Smltfc, j?.r»w L*nl Pas- ·'· tor, Ha. B«*» A*s%B«a to Ca.UI»- tklB«rCMBr 6o**»; Hal»* St»«er MI Tae,tio» to the' Went . ·'- *u«elal to The Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT; July ie.--AU- (n»t Krelger ot Weltytown, who, it was thought, was the man murdered aid thrown in the coke ovens at Mam" moth early Saturday, has been found and the coroner, James Earkins, was notified last evening that he had turnedjlp and that the theory worked on yesterday would have to be abandoned. . .Assigned to Camf Gordon. The Rev. Paul Smith, pastor of the first Baptist church, who has been '· liven a first lieutenant's commission. in the army, and who will be a chap- tain,, has been assigned to the 157th Depot Brigade and will go to Camp , Gordon. Atlanta, Ga., where he will go into training'instead of entering the chaplain's training school that is being conducted at Louisville^ Ky. Get* Free Vacation. Ralph Stoaer left yesterday for a thirteen-day trip to Lake Geneva, Wte. The trip was won in a contest conducted in: the eighteen Sunday school districts in Westmoreland county. Sewicklcy was first winning . the necessary 500 points, and Mount Pleasant came next with 424 points, and had the privilege of sending .'the boy or girl'·with, the best Sunday -. school record. This fell to Ralph : Stoner of the Church o£ God. Miss Helen Hamel is superintendent of the teen age or secondary department. , G* lato Training. ! Ben Stillwagon and Charle* Mullin » j»cre specially' inducted by the local "board, to Leaigh university at South' 'Bethlehem, where they will go'into training, yesterday morning. ! Rejected In Examination. : : Word has been received from Harry Holmes at Cambridge Springs that he ·wa* one of the five'who did not pass . th« examination at that school. Noth' ing was said about his being, sent uooee. ·LAST SO FKH CEXX : To Be Tmia Weposttois of. First 3f»- a»nal Bankytnloiitcgyn^Ans. 1. 'John* H. Strawn, receiver for the First National Bank .of Unionuwn, aacounccd Saturday that the last diy- Idsnd t: 20 per cent will be paid the 2.000 depositors of .the. bank' during '. the first- week of, August. Tho de- po'sitori will then have received-100 ceat of their deposits. . . / .Tne amount 'due dejpDsitors is $450,- rOOO, of waicb, ?230,000 represents ta- ftarest Uiat has accum'alate-i since the (·bant closed its doors. After the prin- f : ci^at is paid' the payment of tte in' ;t«rest will be taken up. Great Healer for Sores, Cuts, Scalds, Burns and Bruises Aatbcrtie Olntaemt Called Su ,Can tkat L»»»hrey DrmJf Co, Cm. MlltTJlIc, a*4 Bradwajr Itng Co, S«»tUale, sell an Money- l»cli Pl»». "Arm badlr scalded with steam" l-rrit*. Gilben Hard of Hinard's Mills, lOhlo; "San Cura Oium«»t relieved th* pain at once and army healed rap- :iIly. ft i» a wonderful ointment." Btre'i another: Bills W. Frankea- l»[ein, Titiunrille, Fa., broke his leg; iwu in bed ail rnonthm; dlicharged [trora bospttal as incurable; wa»-nve yean an crutches, while opening in lc« coktisaed to discharge pus, saf- tored terrible pains; Saa Cura Oint- |m«U drew oat poisonous pus and {many pieces ol bone; BOW perfectly Stealthy; sore healed, and welffbt in- 'creased from '36 to 121 pounda. San Cura Ointment if such a mar- irelbns healing antiseptic ointment (that it Is sold on money-back plaa. '; It relieves itching" skin, tetter, ecze- jma, wit rheum, old running and fev*r j»on;s, ulcers, boils, carbuncles, aore lipples, plies, -frosted feet, chilblains, ^catarrh and chapped skin. Only 30c, ;60c'and tl.20 a Jar. Be sure 'and always use SAN CtTRA SOAP for all skin diseases and to give you a one complexion. If* a splendid baby soap, prevent* infantile disease*. 25 cents.-- Adv. HOUSTON UNDER FIRE Big Shell Hit* hftaury to Which U Attacked CoanellnTnie Boy. The 15th Field Artillery, of which Samuel Knox Houston, son ot Rev. and Mrs. S.-B; Houston of Connells- rille,-i5 a m«mb«r,!is within'range :of th«. big German guns, iccording.-to a letter borne.. It says In part: : "Hare been looking for. a. letter for more than. a. week but none came. Perhaps we may get some mail today. '1C you arc'more anxious to hear from yonr ^on than he is from you--weli, you are anxious all right. You do not and cannot riiaUze-.hpw,. muii vr.e dr pead on the homa lette'ri for bits of news and messages' of "cheer, and ad- vlee. .1 am unable, to keep ybur letters, for we have to destroy, them, ,»s we have no way of carrying them around. ·."Indeed, I don't, know what I'll .write about, for it's'the same old thinr every day. You see it doesn't vavy much. Probably one day we wl!l be shelled some in day time; another day will be unite still till nightfall. Then when things do start, it -Is sometimes high explosives, shfapael or gas. Thus it comes. I write this letter with my gas raasb on. That and our helmets are constantly with us, whether awake .or asleep. / Lately we moved into a deserted stone house. 'This is 'oar Infirmary" and dwelling. But 1 the 'oth'Sr day she was the mark for a big shell. It just got the roof and a cor- n«r. No one was hurt. We hare a good place to go when it gels top hot. A shed near us was struck but did no.harm .to anyone.. Oh! we r.re fortunate all right. Lots of the poor fellows have no protection of any kind. I ".Well, it is nearly time for 'chow,' 'so,I must .hurry up with my letter. I ! am still doing the work as clerk, tak- i lnj care of my hors*, doing kitchen police. 1 wish you could see the way ,.we Jive now. We have a fine sergeant (in. charge ot the eats;. He is mess sergeant. Then we hav« two dandr cooks,.the band leader and a sergeant. I help by washing dishes, sawing wood, carrying water ' and such little jobs. Then we have real beds. }I. asked me one day i* the rats or cooties bothered us any. Well, at one otber 'eampj the rats w«re very bad, as well as big. W« were all troubled 'with the cooties there. Here several ol us had 'em. Yesterday I took a good hot bath in a wooden tub and then boiled my clothes. Perhaps 1 will have a little''comfort now. I am in.-the best of health, gaining again' and feel quite well. Am eating and doing my share of sleeping." R. Caldwell's Syrcp Pepsin has proved more satisfactory than any. other laxative.I Have ever used. The other members of my family also use it and we recommend it highly." /From a letter to Dr. CaldweQ written by\ " I Mr. Chart** Feniktj 5005 RSfti Simt, I V Philadelphia, Pa, / Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin . · ' ·'! ·' · * . «- .-"· The Perfect Laxative / ^ MHV^^M^^^M Spld-by Druggists Everywhere SOcts. (£..). $1.00 Confluence. · CONFLUENCE, July 16.--W. S. Bowers, who haR ; been recovering from a severe "illness, and who returned Saturday from a-viait- with his daughter Ruth, in- - WilWnsburg,' Is slowly improving in heahh. ' Dr. H. P. Meyer* and E. W. Deboll and Kisses Margaret' Reynolds and. Ruth Ffazee left yesterday for'Cleve- lanci, 0. They return tomorrow over; land in Ford cars, for which th£ doc-; tor ix agent . ·. / Mr. and Mrs. Will Anderson and little girl have returned from a visit with friends at Bldwell. .3Iisses Clara and Louise LePage o£ Webster, Pa.,.are visiting friends here. Mr*. Ruth Hosmer and two children of TVilkinsburg, are visiting Mrs. Rosmer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Bowers, here. Mrs. Isaiah Shipley of Johnson Chapel, was here yesterday on her way to .Veyersdale to viiit -friend*. Mrs. William Hosteller has returned to her home in Somerset, after- visiting her son Hal and family here several, days. Mrs. George Wagner has returned to her. home in Conn«l!*vllle after viaiiing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Reiber here. She wa* accompanied home by her Bon Clemmer, "who had been visiting his grandparent* here a- week.'.. ·. '. . . ·· Mrs. Charles Wataon of Connellg- ville, was a recent visitor here with her parents, Mr. and Mr*. Alvin Burn- *orth. \ A combination of simple laxative herbs with pepsin tKat acts in an easy, natural way, and is as safe for'children as it is positively effective on the strongest constitution. A trial bottle- can be: obtained free of charge by writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 458 Washington Street, Monticello, Illinois. ·/; Dickerson Run. DICKKRSON RUN, Jnly/15.--The Y. M. C. A. baseball team was defeated by the Mount; Bradock team .Friday evening on the Mount Braddock grounds by a score of 5 to 3. The Misses Belle and Millie Lint of Lookout farm are spending a few days visiting their sister, Mrs. Cecil Roadman at Republic. Mr. and Mrs. George Moore of Dawson are spending this woek visiting relatives and friends at Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. -C. A. Carlson and daughter. Miss Edyth. spent Sunday with friends at ConnelUville. H. J. Foreman was transacting business in Pittsburgr Saturday. Saturda;- was pay day on th* Yongh division of .the Pittsburg . Lake Erie railroad. . .Mis. M. J. O'Laughlin of McKees Rocks spent Saturday here visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. William Schesser if Elizabeth spent Sunday here tbc guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas St John. i Miss Rosie Maszeocce spent yesterday visiting her parents at Star Junction. . The Altmrian Bffcje class of .the Presbyterian church will meet Tuesday itt the cla*B roorcs. Mr*, H. R. MacBuraey and ion, William, and Mrs. J. H. Ducn and sons ot uftiontown spent Friday and ! Saturday at the home of George Mao! Burney. . . . - , 1 .Mrs. Charles Strouble of Lock No. ; 4 is visiting Miss Lillian Strlckler. ! Mrs. William Hartwick il visitag ! friends in Ohio. · . . . .-' i The Choral club which was receut- j ly organized, will meet Tuesday eve* j n i n g in the Presbyterian church. CORN SYRUP FOR CANNING It Can Be Used to Soppkment Snpur in Putting Tip Strongly Flavored Frolt*. WASHINGTON, D. C.', Julr 16.-Corn syrup may be used ln,c»nnlnf and in making jelllea, jams and marmalades and fruit butters, according to specialists of tie United States Department of Agriculture. Varying amounts of corn syrup are used wltt sugar. The syrup sires a modified flaror to products, ao it should be tried out In small quantities at first to suit the family taste. It combines most satisfactorily with strong flavored fruits such as pineapple and cherries. The amount used most be*determined by the kind of frail and the Strength of the syrnp. It Tm Wa*t Smefhkw AdrertiM (or it in ear elii«Hi co- UBB. OM ewt u -wer*. , . · Patronii* tkaM..wkei **nrtlM. 1 T MHO I . KiM II p«t X] |» . . 1 tal llrtt. I'.Mrf p«t tottOur to XM« · !·«··«· II |» .vwlallr tHlsmt to awl )HMk nU«ralT, ··tfcfactwUF «k»n tWr TW CALOIIC vnki hra NUm'f «wn !«·»·» etralittcn kr i. Wvm til Tfa*. CoU W.n. ak. nd coll (It tat HIM ««» M m«tkr rMr':iMM b oil mn. Ik. *hth l **Ur kMM- 1. ^. a«r. «i kortfac In These Strenuous Days Mr* than ordinary care (herald Blood Rich i Pure Tl lll'u Hull ....... i lllllllj ruin HIM M e» DR. CHASE'S BloodlrtNerve Tablets ' COI4TA1N '· ] Iron, N«x Vonica and Gentian \ WKh Other Toaiei I rtUMtlat M «· kv. ANDKltSU.% · LOUCKS IM i nt mirni nert i ua eo. e Tiff tMityft* w»k. ·i.iliniil, «i- Prim*Cm*. tjiiliH»Cl««*. M«i IMUM (V, 2M M. IM 51, MWritiUi. !·: COME in and let at ihow you! THE THRIFT EVENT For Economical! Shoppers CLEARANCE A Great Sale of Lingerie Blouses Offering choice of Special Purchase and ; broken assortments, regular up to $1.25 values. Many styles represented in this wonderful sale, embroidered and lace trimmed, frilled and tucked and plain tailor- . ed models in sizes for women and misses. Special at 59c. Children's 89c Dresses 6 It 14 year sizes in the latest models of tub proof Ginghams, In plaids, checks and plain color combinations. Special at ;55c.. ' ' , Mohawk Sheets, 81x90, worth $2.10, at .,,. : $1.90 48c Corset Covers Choioca selection of Women's lace,- embroidery and ribbon trimmed Corset Covers.. Special Clearance values at 29c. .""Women's ISc Fine Gauze Summer Vests at $1.25 and $1.50 House Presses and Bungalow ," ·'·-· Aprons Well .made of best quality Percale in. light and dark colors. No more at this price when they are gone. Women's '35c Gauze Lisle Hose, black or white . 29c Boys' 50c Waists All sizes, 6 to 14 years,., in neat stripes of blue or brown, collars attached, tapeless Clearance Sale'Special 38c. . · ?1.95 Seamless Sheets,. standard quality, 81x90 -- $1.68 Boys' Wash Suits JJp to 51.50 Boys' Wash. Suits in plain and combination colors,.. size 2% to S years. Special at 95c, Women's 75c Summer Gauze Union Suits 44c Women's $1.25 and $1.50 Undergarments Including Silk Camisole's, lace, embroidery and ribbon trimmed Gowns, Skirts and Chemise. Secial Clearance values at 9 EC. Boys' 45e heavy ribbed Black Hose 28c Gigantic Sale of 1500 Men's Dress Shirts QUALITY SHIRTS WELL MADE ATTRACTIVE PATTERNS Extraordinary values that will not be duplicated again sooa at these prices. 95c $1.35 $1.65 These Shirts were purchased more than a year ago at the old prices and in order to make many new friends and customers for "the Big Store" they will be placed .on. sale .at these popular prices. Included are-Soft Cuff Shirts Collar Attached Shirts Shirts for Dress Laundered Cuff Shirts Neck Band Shirts Shirts for Business Wear Shirts for all Occasions Clearance Women's up to $4 Shoes and Pumps* $1.95 KOBACKERS P " " THE BIG STORE Clearance C h i 1 dren's Baby Doll and Two- Strap Slippers $1.19 Best for Backache, Rheumatism, Lumbago ; MTK3NALWAR GARDEN COHHISSKM nrr Uilmtnt C»n | mt Cotim*ll*-vlll*. The shooting, toirlns putns o[ Nm- j ·nlpia. SctR-tica and IjumbaKo arc dpeedily relieved, while headache, Toothache and Earache almply dco. Heavy colds and sore throats that threaten pneumonia and r.onailitis may be cured In a alnirle niBht-- and not · only is JOtti Century Liniment the re- | lief neederl In nucli casea HS this b u t ; In practically any painful condition. | There/a nothinp Injurioun in 20th ! Century Liniment. No burning, no , Ifrease'or flt^.in. It contain** auch well; known remedies as Camphor, Menthol, j line (in non-colorable f o r m ) , a n d : many other Ingredients proscribed by 1 the hlffhest authorities o n . t h e land, j thin?* that brine; soothing relief and · real joy to stiff and tired out muscles.; Give yourself a brisk rub with 20th : Century Liniment at nierht for one; week and If you don't feel year?; younffer after following the simple di- rectolns, take, it back · tr, the drug- ist's and get 1 your money back. Step into the nearest druff store or stop on your way home at tne Con- nellirvllle Priig: Co., and get a bottle. If results are what you want rnako an effort to get it.--Adv. Apples peeled and sliced for dry- inf will taste very nice next December, says tile National Wmr Garden Comnusaion of Washington, which will send you a free drying book for a two-cent stamp to pay postage. A jar lifter is nee- ful in home canning work says the National War Garden C o r a m i 3 s ion of Washington, which will send any reader o£ this paper a canning book free for a two-cent stamp to pay postage. Get it now and follow these daily bints. --THE-FAMELY ' KESffAETOIAMT EVERYTHING COOKED LIKE AT HOME. . ,. ' .. Strictly. Fresh, Clean-and Purs. ASK FOR OUR SPECIAL CLUB BREAFAST AND SUNDAY DINNER, "Our Pastries Are Delicious Be-' ^cause- They Are Homemade." NEXT DOOR TO WEST- PENN ·WAITING ROOM. Clothing i OOOC.IOOCCQOOOOOOOCXJOOOOOOO-- PETIT BISK--Take a Hlmt From the GJri, Pete, aid Teni to Yo«r Own Knittln? Bj'C. A. VOIOHT.

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