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THURSDAY, JtJTLT 18,191S. TJH.Bi UAl-L,! .COURIER, CONNELJLSVILlLE. PA PAGE THREE. NEWSY NOTES TELL 1BAFS HAPPENING INIBE MILL TOWN food Conservation Trnln to be at Scottdale Monday. LOCAL COMMITTEE IN CHARGE . Sutoj U I*; SeolMato J»»r ;«t Sta*- Icto* General HoaplUl ui- Bed WORN-OUT BY OUR SOLDIERS ABROAD Kobes M . Special to Tli« Courier. SCOTTDALE, July U.-- Tbe Food , Conservatioa. train will. b« at Scottdale on Monday, .July.. 22,. from 10 A. M. to noon, and from 2 to 5 hi the af- tcrnooiL Mrs. G. E.--Huttleraaeir Is the chairman of the. committee, ou local arrangements and' the following 1 ladies Save been named on the reception committee: -Mrs. J. P. K. . Miller, Mrs. Harry Parker, Mrs. WaJ. ter Stonen Mrs. Ralpn Stoncr, Mrs. Harrv Springer, Mrs. J. T. .Keitiley, .Mrs. J. P.- Brennen; Mrs. Arthur ·lxucks, Mrs. U A. Zimmerman. Mrs. I. B. Brallier, Mra. Charles Miller. Mrs. William. McWllliaros, Mrs. Edward, Dorey, Mis» Flnnerty, Itrs. Leo Skemp, Mrs. Mai :Miller, Mrs. J. ' M.~Zimmer, Mrs. Charles Bash, Mrs. . F. C. Tray. Miss- Bess 'Milieu, Mrs. Ben 'Willard. .Mrs. Albert Hemp, Miss Abbie Smith anil Mrs. Tboin»s Dis- ·kin. : For Sale. Six room bouse with bath and heater, on Loncks avenue, for $4,000. . Modern· .double, boose, -12 rooms and one .5 room: novae, rents 'for 153.50, for 415,300, on pared street- Six room modern house, lot 40x120 feet, for 12.700. -E. F. DeWitt.--Adr. --July-lS-lS-20. ... " ' fiotag to 3aukletei. Sunday, July 21, will b« Scottdal* : : Day at the' Markleton Sanitorium /where the United States, soldiers are being treated. THe G. A. K. bmd will five a concert ail day for the soldiers 'and the Fed Cross auxiliary will present .the hospital with two . ambulance covers and tvo porch cushions. The tri» wBl tie mad* IB aittefnotil*i. .Thl» it expected to *· a rod letter day to tbo soldiers: there 'if the local people can make It such. ' · · · · · · . : · · Wa«4*.. ':' Boy 15 at 16 years of ace to do general work. Furniture and hardware. Most be active. Apply X. Weller-- 'Jkdv-lS-Jt. · · ' : · ; · - CmturattrFlaf. Arnacemtot* an being made for til* unveiling of a community service flan for 'the boys for Seottdale and comm«r4ty who are norr fl jnting for Uncle Sam. Another meeting -wilt be h»M at the boroofb cnlldlnc Friday evenlitc when arrangements will be completed for Me and place. The foUowrac committees have been ap- . Belated: · General chairman, -'William ncgoMB; pole a|id ·erection, John ···ilimlie. Charles H.. loucks aid ' Bart Ellis; speakers, W. I'. Slander, B. C. FrettB and F. K. Parker; innslc ·· .«·* rttttorm, J. B. Horst, T. J. Hill aa« EAward Anderson; flairs and fceoratloBS, Harry - Laughrcgr, 3. 3. Ceek. D. G. Newman and Frank -McCnMra: joblleity. E. J. Dorler. Jack BuUmtuid and Jonpb Stelaer. Frank t was made treasurer of the sat. room nous*, wkh. bath. In .;..8w*totowB. Price *1.550.(0. Inquire Auctioneer Oay 'Reese, Scottdalo, Pa.--AdT.r^-july-ll~15-li-22. HBT«T«» a Pretty Fa«I TiPe- bare a pretty fan for yon made In 12 .different designs by celebrated artists. They 'are your* just for th« (·king. . Drop "in any day this week; Ifs oar banner week, the last day* of eur -wonderful July clearance · sale. Thcmsands of new bargains at prices that make competition seem ridiculous. Be sure and see onr windows; It will pay you. Bendiner's Broadway Ladies'. Store, as you .get off the car, Scotdale, Pa.--^Adv. Other Xews. The Methodist' Episcopal Ladies' Bible class is .holding, a- picnic at . Oakford iark : .today. Tbc members hare as thei rgussts the ladies of the church.. '. . :' . Mr. and Mrs.; H. J. Springer , and Miss Elizabeth Heed ' represented Seottdale, at , todayY photographers' picnic at Oakford. park. : '. i Miss Anna Weinman entertained at her country', home .on .TTedneaday evening for Mlsii Elizabeth : Glenn, Miss Althea ' Coiighenour and Miss Susan Shirey. ' . ' " ·-· : .':'· ··' '. Miss Marie "Whittinger of Connells- rllle was the sties tof Mias Elta Miller yesterday. . ; . ' ' . ' " : Miss Lorraine Amend has returned from a visitlpai.-' Pjttsburs friends. Homer Miller, is home from . the Navy on a short furlongb. 'Ralph Owens, son of.Postmaster P^ J. .Owens,- who is in thi Navy, is home on a.furlousrh. . . M r . and Mrs. Joseph'Goethe and family have returned from a visit paid friends at Buffalo. Detroit and Cleveland.' '.; . , · : · · ' : · . ' . . · - , · · . - - . ' ··'..-· ·/···: Miss Hazel Kely left ..yesterday'. to' visit friends at Canton nnd Tonngs- towa,' 0. · · · · ' · · :.;. Mrs. R. I.. HI'!' has .1= her. guest. Mrs. Fote of West Newton. '. · Heaped bigh In this monster pile are the.shoes worn-out by the soldiers of Uncle Sara who are nghtlns In Franc*. Pechin. : PBCSHHJ, July IS.-- Johm G. Senor, a 1D18 graduate of the Dunbar township hisii school, has taken a position with the Title Trust Company of Western Pennsylvania at Connella- Thcre will be services in the Pechin chapel this evening. Bev. Bary Tuning will preach. ( ' . Harry Thorpe of Beesqn 1UI1 and Frank McClain of Pechin. returned home. from Camp Lee Sunday. ^\"»Jter Brooks of Ferguson has secure*!- a position with, the United Fire Brick, plant at Pechin, . William. Johnson, of 3tt Braddock, who'wili .be 90 years old in September, visited his daughter- Mrs. Charles Clarence Martin of Pechin baa secured a position at the West Penn ear barn at Cpniwllsvlllfc .'·· Siss Theuna ;Carr of Keffer's station hold a lawn party Saturday even- ments were served and a fine time was enjoyed by everyone. Mr. and Mrs. Pery McClala and family if. Uniontown motored to 'Visit S. ' Franks and other relatives and fri«ada of Keffer's and Pochtn sta- UohB over Sunday. Masters Edward and Ellwood Twigg who have been visiting relatives at Ketfar/s sUUpn for a few weeks, have returned to their, home at Allison. Mlas Mary. Matthews, who has been visiting relative* at Keffer's and Pechin stations for a week, returned to her borne at Gettimy school house on Sunday 1 . James Jeffries of Keffer's station is off' duty on account of' sicknee. Mrs; E. A. Herr of Edina, Mo., is. spending the week, with her sister Mrs. Thomas Jeffffrles, Sr., ot Pechin. ills*' Margaret Jeffries is spending her vacation at Bowell, Pa. Jlrs. Mary Jeffries was given an agreeable surprise Monday on her 83rd birthdav. Among the guests were her five sisters, Mrs. E. A- Herr, Edina, Mo., Mrs. Ell en Holli day. Mor- gjuktown. ~W. Va., Mrs. Lydla Barnes, Jeannette, Pa., Mrs. Ellzza Harper, Ducbar, - · and Mrs. Thomas Jeffries, Sr., Fechin.- "..·'." s WanteoV-- At West'Pena power plant, firemen, at 47 cents per hour; fire cleaners, 41 3-4 cents per hour; laborers,. 384 cents per hour. See F. C. Smith at plant or call in the eve- nlngi'on Bell phone 76^Adv.-17-3t Smithfield. SMITBjPIEIiD, July 17.-- Rev. Frank Uewollyn of Morgntown occupied Bev.. Paul Elliott's pulpit in the Presbyterian church Sunday. Rev. lilewellyn trill; leave for India in A REMARKABLE NEW PAINKILLER WoWn-ful 2Mk Oml«TT I.l«l««» ftffm nfecmmMte mmd All Otker Palw 3wr»lT unt !l|X«4ilT. Thoae SBJTP. a^onixlng; twinges are almost Instantly r?Ueved by tbe ro- markabl'« new pain, killer and rheumatic remedy, 20th Cenctury Liniment. Just rub it on -- that's all. Acts HJce mmclc. No hot water bath needed. Tou simply apply U direct from the bottle. . · . . ' . . 'Its positive, quick action in all dies o£ Rheumatism, LumbaRO, Neuralcla, Backache, etc.. prove 20th Century Liniment to be the sworn enemy of all pain. It's the finest preparation In the 'world for -sooth inff sprains and brulTOB. Try it. Just the Uitntr for them freah. cool and comfortable. Take a bottle home tonlg-ht and enjoy genuine foot comfort. There's no need to nurse pain when you can ret quick relief at the nearest drup store. The ConneUsvill« Drug: Co. -- Adv. · Eaadbsii iia End! || 5ATIOSAI. 1EA6BE. Tesieriay's Besnlts. xPittsburg 5; Brooklyn t. St Louis 4; Boston 3. Cincinnati 2; New York 1. New York 4; Cincinnati 1. iChlcago 2; Philadelphia 1. xEHeven innings. zTweaty-one innings. Standing of the Grubs. . W. L. Pet. Chicac^ SR ' 5 M1 V^«. T«rir ' · . 4fl S1 .613 Pittnlilirt! . " 37 S ' B PhUadelphia 37 41 .474 Ofn-lnnitl , ss 40 4SS Bnctnn 3K 4R .43' «t 7^1111= 54 4S .4ir TfrnnkljTi 5(1 47 .S10 , Today's Schednle. Philadelphia at.Pittsburg. New York at-' St. Louis. Brooklyn at Chicago. Boston at Cincinnati. AMEBiCAir tEAfitJE. yesterday's BeinlK " "Washinpton S; Cleveland 4. ; Boston 7; St. Louis 0. Boston. 4; St. Louis 0. Detroit-New York, rain. Standing of the Clabs. W. L. Pet. Boston · PI 33 107 rj^vAjfln^ . . $7 4f f;4f KPW Vnr^ ..,,.,, , .. 43 gg 53^ ATLANTIC M O T O R OILS LIGHT · MEDIUM - HEAVY and Keep Upki Explained at Lait. Mr. Flatbnsh--Wby In the world does a woman Always get off a atreet car the wrong way. \ Mrs. Flatbmih--She doesnt. . . "Of course she does. Instead of facing the way the car Is going, she faces the jOther way." , . "That's because the conductor takes her beyond the street she wants to get off .at:, and of course abe .wants to face the way she'd going." More 1m position. "Mrs. Diggs Is going to read an important paper before her literary club." "Ah! In that case, Proteacor Dlggs will have to drop his scientific Investigations for a wMle." ' ' "He won't be compelled to hear her read It, will her "No, bat he'll probably have to write it." Probably. The old colored man had climbed Into the dentist's cnnlr. "Shall I give yon langhlng-gu, uncle!*' qwrted the tooth doctor. "Not Oil the toot am out, bow," replied the old man. "Beckon mebby Ah'Q feel mo' lak laffia' den." . . Vernacular. "Why 'did you dlKbargc yonr cook?" "She said she wooidnt be reprimanded." "Did she expm* herself to that «f- "Ten. b«t wbat ah* rmally said wn, 1 won't take no ias* offen nobody.' " Point Blaafc Jack-- And wbm I pnpoMd at the danc* ah* asked tot ttew t» think It over. What do yon aoppo** *fe* did ttetl BM« -- Well, a girl naturally hates to think of dlaagmable rhlngs wmt» eo- joying handf. A HINT, E VERYONE knows how motor- trucks came to the relief of the railroads in the recent congestion. The war. emergency has proved the great opportunity for trucks to demonstrate their fitness. Atlantic Motor Oils are keeping- long trains of Army-trucks friction-free. Atlantic Motor Oils are lubricating the trucks and business-cars "over here" as well. Use Atlantic Motor Oils for their economy and war-proved efficiency. Ask any of these live-wire dealers which particular Atlantic Motor Oil .is best suited to your needs. - COHSIULSmiE: Conaellsville' Garage Cocbran It Porter McCrory's Garage Hyatt Motor Co. ADDISOK: OW Trail Garage BEM,E TERNON: Belle TemoB Garage Kyle Garage CHABtPIOlf: S. E. Solomon COSTLTJENCE : Confluence Garage Keystone Garage Fraitz t Tissue S. C. Gulp Indian Head Store Co. VDKBAB: Dnnbar Auto Co. ELK MCK: Salisbnry Auto Co. ScClnre Auto Co. FABRHOFEi Fairhoa* Garage UARRBXT: ". I). Sliober 1KDIAK HEAD: H. S. Showman Sparks Supply Co. KEISTER: Campbell Camphell LEISEMKISG: TY. H; Anderson Reed Yance XB1EBSDALE: Hey«rsdalc Anto Co. Union Xotor Co. MT. FLEAS AST: M". G. Osicnrisc Koonts! Garajee JfORMtTJIiE: D. T. Kemp J. TV. Sinard OHIOFTLE: BnrdcMe Sailor Falls Motor 'Co. C. T. D»Tidson MILL: POCAHO.VfAS: .i. G. Yutzey KODGEHS JULLS: H. Fnilem Co. EOXBURIr L. 1L. a.u8ser · -; . SEABIGHT: Paul Angelo taol Angclo SOMERFIEED: lough Anto Co. Vim. Frey J. C. Spurgeon SPfiJLfGS: F. Ti. Bender STAB JlTSCTIOXi Star Junction Anto Co. TIRSCfA: J. B. Dftris fl'ilis Garage S. B, Levy TASBERBELT: Frank B. Galley 'ttTSLLEBSBCBG s IV. E. Kcanell J. G. Smith ATLANTIC G A S O L I N E : Put s Pe p inYour Motor Washington- St. Louis . _ Detroit Philadelphia -43 _38 _3S · 44 -35 45 -33 46 Fntlier--ABBCS, Is tbat young; man still there? Daughter--Yes, pap*. Father--rThen ask him .to bring in tfcfl momfnf paper before he goes, will you, der? Exactly. By Bwbtarfuce hi cot away From cop* on tb« quJ vlv», And M became, u on* might I A aubterfufflllv*. Today's Schedule, St. Louis at Boston. Detroit at New York. 'Chicago at Philadelphia. . Cleveland at Washington. .638 A Proud Declaration. .475 "I miss the well-rounded periods yon .463 used to employ In your orations." .437 "I may be shy on well-rounded pe- .418| riods," replied Senator Sorghnm, "but yon will notice that I come to a full stock quicker." A Final Opinion. "What did you think of · tbe technique of the prliua donna last night, Mrs. Comeup?" "Why, it -was all old iityle. It even was buttoned down the back." August as a inisslonaryvtieini? sent by one- of. the. Presbyterian, churches, of Pittsburg. He will be Ebcompanied by several 'others 'sent or- the dfff er- ent denominations.; ; Her, ileweliya waai the- giiest'of -Mr. arid;'Mrs: C. D: Crow; while here! ^Comrade Samuel McElroy of Abe Patterson Post, Department of Pennsylvania, paid the. writer a visit Monday, - . . · . ' · . ' . . · " , . Bey.. Ralph Bell returned -Monday' from'.his-vacation... -' t: . . ' It was .Russell. Jenkins's instead of Russeil.Wiiaon, as'erroneously report-, ed In these colainris^MOBdar-as hay-1 ing-.'a toot mashed in the Baltimore; ft Ohio yards here Saturclay.- An official .of the .Department. of Labor and Industry was here this week and stopped'a lot of boysi.under 16 years ot age who were employed In. the'various industries here. . : ... Joseph Cooper, who died at his honic on,the?Haytlentbwn hill. Sunday aftsr 11 years' illness, .was hurled In the Baptist: cemetery, Tuesday afternoon. : Clarence Blaclcwas^ in Falrbant on £^i£S£----:A»raiiiA.surrtKtKi ^j**»-£-*.^ anA.;*fmnllyv tbc.past^ week, rcturacd ^ *·» *w ***· Tlimt Anyone C»a T/M = a bonk teller's htmds daily " home-with him. ·'' ! · Without XilJMQjntort orLo«of Ilmt. ' -- ' y ' OKPHEOI THKAIRE. "AMERICAN ' ARISTOCRACY "--a Triangle, dituna featuring tbe athletic stir Douglas Fairbanks. Also a good comedy. Friday and Saturday Clias. Ray is presented in. "The Hired Man." FREE TO ASTHMA SUFFERERS the Cords Absorb Shock They save the tire, they save i the car and save gasoline ex~ Mnse. Because the Firestone CordT!r« ij actually a machine. The mechanical action of tha cords, each one completely surrounded by ptn\- mtber so that no cord can touch another to ennje friction, is lite the action of a fine teH-teori-nl mechanism. Smooth runxun with least strain 001116 in and see this crou section and tat as ·xakin it fiiliy Wells-MillsMotor Car Company Special Sale for Two Weeks Drafted Men's Suits from $6.00 up to S12.00. Single Coats and Pants'from $2.00 to $5.00. The cloth is .art wool. The reason for selling so cheap is because I am not only depending on selling Suits; but my main business is Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing If your clothes get torn or moth eaten or bnrrted, bring them to A. Shulman. I am sure you will not be able to find the damaged places. Irfen's Suits Steamed and Pressed _ Men's Suits Cleaned and Pressed _ Ladies' Suits Steamed and Pressed . Ladies' Suits Cleaned and Pressed . ·- TSc jl.50 $1.00 $2.00 A . S H U L M A N 241 K. Pittsburg Street 229 Tri-State ConneHsTffle, P». Mutual. Grace--Percy says his dog Is »» In- j telligent as he is. j Dolly--Oh, there's no doubt abotit It I Percy Is proud of .the dog and the dog Is proud of Percy. Nowaday*. [ Beggar-- Could you s|nre B 1 hungry: mnti a-'nickel? Ctiolly--Tes, If you'll tell me where a man can buy anything to eat with a nickel. . . In These Strenuous Days ffior« than ordinary care should be' exercised to keep the Blood Rich Pure Dawson. ·ring results.. Cost only 1'e a word. DAWSON, July ; 18:--Miss Elizabeth Mnn^» ^ainxhti-if-ArT.'QnH MT*'TJMiiJ Moore, daughter of Jfr. and Mrs. Louis mnd we want yon to try it at our expense. No matter whether your c*se U.of long- it«ndifl(t or recent development, -whether .t it present ag Hay- Fever or chronic Asthma, yon should, send for a free trial of our, method. No .matter In what clinmte yon . iire; "no-matter what your agre or.occap*-! tlon.lif you are troubled:wlth asthm, our j "That's nothing. High n f.i milks .twenty cows." Think of what TIMA up TitaJfty fut.v tb«n It C»Q b» replaced by N»tar«, *o In ordar to keep tip TOUT str»n«tb. yon im»t ftuiit K«tcra with ·uch rcmedm Uwt make inor* blood ·ut^nerTB '" DR. CHASE'S BloodaKNenre Tablets CONTAIN irony Nux Vomica and Gentian, i WHh Othtr. Tonics i r th«m on* of tb« ricbcit of «II rcitm. ; Thar bnitd oti tbat WMk, emaciated, eon. «nt and onrwotk.' , ' . : PrlMWCnifai, Special SO Cwta. , j Doited Hedickw Co* 224 N; lOlb St., Philadelphia P». Emphatically Asserts Worn Out, Lagging Men Can Quickly Become Vigorous and Full of Ambition 7 A DAY FOR 7 DAYS Is ·. . . -- . · - · : . . . . . , , t*u«,, it juu UID btuuuicu.- wiiiii B3buiu»t i Moore Of East Liberty, was admitted method should relieve you promptly. tn thA Pr»tt*rra Q f a t o - "hoariltal· rr. i i n ' ' "W^8 especially TH'Bnt to BCnCl-lt'tO tht to the,, cottage state hospital to.-..un- m pp»rentlT hopBless cases, where all (or Iti Claca. . tliat list Imaging up Good flavor- . nch nourishment-l easydi^estioir- conveniencc- tconomy in GraDe-Nuts Voop Th«rieV» Reason"^ dergo treatment for appendicitis. Mrs. James' Hiirst 1 of; 'Scottdalo ... - ~. hopeless cases, where all forma of Inbalera, doucbe*, opium preparatlonj. i funkes, patent smokes." etc., have failed.' 1¥« -vant to, show, everyone at oar own 1 ·· This free offer 1 B. stnfflo dajr. spent VTe'driesday at the home ; ot Mrs.-· "penso. tbnt tbu newSetfiod n desimed ni. «./"ii i to end all clifflcuU breathing, all wheezing, j Clarence McGill. . . and all those terrible jarowams at onw j The T. M. C. A. team went, down " I tn defeat b nth'e.T.' M. C. 'jL grounds j before the Trotter :team by a score of 9 to 3. . . . . . . In a letter from Miltrm-'Newroyer,' at Camp l«e lie states that he has!- bein promotsd .to a sergeant. . ., Rev. J. B. R(ied.:of Uniontown vis-; ited his daughter, Mrs. H. J. Bell on ' Wednesday: . ' · . . · ' " . · · · · · . . "What there?" ."It Is a catalogue of articles not subject, to tariff tlutj.". . :"Then it ought to be tho free list suspended." . · :. FREE ASTHMA COUPON FRONTEKti ASTHMA CO_ Boom 4HT MJaapra and Hud5_OA Sts r i. Buffalo, It/V. . Send frce^irll of rour naethol to: A Good Reason. "Why don't you accept him if he tins offered to have his life'insured in your favor?" . ' . · · · "Because if he was a good risk for i the Insurance company, he'd be a bad] one 'for me." · ' READ THE COURIER. . Juit,Reward. · Weary Willie--Dat's the worst pie I ever tasted: ;-. . '. : Mrs. Jones--Wait just a minute and F. T. EVANS EST x TE ; PHONES, v ·-.. · ' Don't 'blame the man -vrfto Is perpetually tfr*d; his blood needs more rod corpuscles nnd his brain and nerves ars craving- for food. Given the rigrht kind i of medicine, any tired-out inactive, lasting- fellow can quickly be made into a real . live, »»erg-otic and even ambitious man. Bo says a student of the nervous system who 'advises all men .and ·women who feel worn out and who find it h*rd to first up ambition · «noug;i to take a regular job to get a package ot Bto-feren at any druggist. This I s the .new discovery that - pharmacist* -arc ·recammendin t r'-b- : cause it fe not expensive and speedily" . puts vigor- and ambition-.into people- who despaired of ever amounting- to anytHng.in life.. People .whose nerves - have been wreckfld-by tob.rapid ItvJxif, too jnucli tobacco or alcohol, have regained their old-tfme confidence *nd ener»jy Jiul«i* than two weeks. ; . ·No matter from w^at ca*t8« your nerves went back oh you; no matter how- run.' down, nervous' or tired out you axe, get an original package at Bio-feren at once. Take two lablota after each meul a n d " one before bedtime"--seven a ' d a y for .'seven daya-- then one after each-meal till all are cone, · Then if you still lack-ambition; if your nerves are not steady and you haven't the energy -that red-blooded, keen-minded m«n ppftaeM, your purchase, money will be, gladly returned. Not* to PhynlclKMsi "..There Is HO ' secret about the £ornml«.-of JB/o-/*r*n. It is-printed on every -package. Her* *t . Ja: .lecithin; Calcium Glycero- phosphate; Iron Pep to Date; Manganese Peptonate; Eit, Nux Vomica; Powdered Gentian: Pbenolpfc thai sin; Olearesln Capsicum; Kola. PATEONIZE HOME MEBCHANTS ..:; WHO ADVERTISE m THIS PAPER

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