The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 8, 1918 · Page 5
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February 8, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY S, 191S. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNBLLSVTLLE, PA. PAGE FTVE. NEWSY NOIS TELL WHAT'S IAPPENING IN TfflMILL TOWN Forty-One /ten From District Sev*» to be Exam- inedSaturdaj. SCOUTS IN STAMP CAMPAIGN Harris and Jones as their guests Miss Marr Gallagher was hostess, ' and Musses Gail Slough. Bertha Evans, I Bertha Bloom, Mildred Johnston and I Katharine Painter as maids. Personal Soles. ifr. and Mrs. Walter Millen of West Pittsburg street iare the proud parents of a son bom yesterday.. Miss Pauline Keslar visited Con- nellivillB friends] Mrs T. A Malpy of Dmontown was the gueyt of her (laughter, Miss Elizabeth Maloy yesterday. Mrs TV. E. I.emmcn visited Mount Pleasant friends yesterday. . Young People IsAnBonjiced; Civic Clnb Takes ntBaby Heek, Arbor 1»J aad Cle»np W««k at Jicxt Meeting. Si£iol to The Courier. SCOTTJO-E, Feb. 8.--Miss Florence Hurt, entertained tie Fidelity Chapter C the Westminster Guild Irom tb/Presbyterlan church at her mecttagor ttu payment of quarterly a soda hour was held lamine Men Saturday. Fort one men from District No. 7 will b examined at the T. M. C. A. beginjug Saturday morning at 10 o'cloo Drs. X. E. Silsley and Arthur j Waidwill conduct the examinations. NOSE CLOGGED FROM A COLD OR CATARRH Apply Cream in NosJrils To Open Up Air Passages. here I Birthday Dinner. M and Mrs. Georse Ferguson of Pitcurg street entertained with *a. 6\Tfr at their Some last evening in hor of their birthdays Covers wie laid for 10. Boys to Aid. ·he Boy Scouts of Scottdale will a, in the sale of thrift stamps in fottdale and will deliver lite-ature j the various homes in town begm- jro will explain the thrift stamp, cottdale's Boy Scouts have been very ic country have taken any pai in. £n^acrement Announced, Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Bowoan of ittsburg have announced UE pn- agement oif t'oeir daushler Miss arolyn Bowman, to Thomis Os- ome Carlisle of Scottdale. Mr. Car- sle is employed by the H. '-. Fnct oke company at this placf Chic Club. The regular monthly mating of \gh school building on nect Monday vemng promptly at 7.30 tcloct The rogram is in charge of U2 chairman, Ah! 'What belief' Your clogged nostrils open right up, the air passages of your head are clear and you can breathe freely. No more hawking, snuffling, mucous discharge, headache, dryness--no struggling for breath at night, your v cold or catarrh is gone. Don't stay stuffed up! Get a small | bottle of Ely's Cream Balm Irom your druggist now. Apply a little of this | fragrant, antiseptic cream, m your nostril, let it penetrate through every air passage of the bead; soothe and hoal the swollen, inflamed mucous i membrane, giving you instant relief, j Ely's Cream Bahn is just what every , cold arid catarrh sufferer has been ' seeking. It's just splendid.--adv. -i be discussed are aign. Cleanup Week an. Arbor Day. ·he attendance at tie last meeting as very good and th( meeting was icellent. Very gooc? papers and | tvic pride in the to-n is invited to raie to the meetings _ , There will be a district 'institute , t the missionarie of the United Meyersdale. MEYERSDALE. Feb. 7.--Messrs Frank A. Bittner and J. Milton Guagy.' president and secretary of the Meyersdale school board, are at Harrisburs for a few days where they are at-j tending a meeting of the state board i Mr. Bittner is a delegate from, the i Dr. M. R. Milne was called to Canada on Tuesday by the serious illness of his father. His dental office is closed this week on that account F. TT. Hoblitzel! of Vest H.ckory. Pa., is spending a few days here with relatives and friends Mrs. George TV, Collins and daughter. Miss Lanora, left recently for Philadelphia where the latter entered a business college Mrs. Collins went on to New York for a two weeks' stay. Mrs. Grace Price of Brownsville is visiting for a few days with Meyersdale relatives and friends Mrs. Pearl Hiser of Cumberland ia a guest at the home of her brother-in- law and sister, Mr and Mrs. W. p. Diveley. Mrs. Charles Schroyer of Rockwood en, W. Va., where ler friend, Mrs. F Mr. and Mrs. . a3 ^ Aug .| w ^ James Price of ay, February 21,afteraoon ?nd eve_. -t-.. i«/,f.n,,+ leasant, i,. v . _ ,.., i ' harge of Mrs .V. F. Stoner, district jentof Scottdale. la the Brownsville are visiting at the home j and Mr- and Mrs. Mrs. . D. Buru a .tSrnS T - H ' Habel ' ltr ' and ^ H - «' '.a returned ... _ . ,,. ...... . _ ,, the latter's mother, Mrs. Kapp of Toledo. O.. Mr. and The Bremen Missionary society t 'as held inhe church. Papers were zd by M^ S. 0. Steiner and Miss '!!a Khig nd Mrs I. E. Runk gave talk. TOT S»le. Six TOO house with bath and heat- r on psed street for ?2,100. E. F. Jlble Class McetinR. Miss *uth Frye entertamrd "the rmityBible class of the Reformed lurchat her Pittsburg street home l Tnsday pvenmg. Girls to Grttanif. Inv-ations are out in Scottdale for Mrs. George Beatty of Baltimore, who was on her way to Youngstown, O., stopped off here from 'Wednesday until Thursday evening and was a guest at the home of her hrother-!n- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. A Shoemaker Her niece. Miss Lydia' f Shoemaker accompanied her t o ' Youngstcnrn for a few days' Tialt, Miss Elizabeth Darnley has returned to her home in Lonaconins, Md.. after a week's visit here with her relatives, Mr. and M'rs James Darnley. Mr. and Mrs. M J. Tjvengood spent Thursday visiting in Cumberland J. A. Berkey of Somerset was trans- -en hospital in "Washington. D C , he3 three cf Scottdale's girls will j iSbter of Mr. and Mrs. S. B Rted; £ Caroline Eicher. daughter of Mr. Mrs. W. W. Eicher, and Miss Fran- Hawthorne, daughter of M-. and 5. John Hawthorne. Danehters of Isabel. I da , oc.al meeting Monday venng a lock m tbc K. of C. rooms Toin«tt!c Scfencc I,«n*. Tie Junior class in Domestic enco in charge of taef t'acher. ,s Mary Myers, served » luncheon 21 persons Wednesday with Misea Thursday visiting at the home of the former's uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs ! John Stacer. Mrs. James Leckemty visited relatives and friends in Connellsville on j Thursday. I d j Mrs. Isaac Bradburn and Mrs.' s j Charles Dah! have returned after a | few days' visit with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. William Plaskct at Lon-, acomng j Miss Grace Seal of Sand Patch "pent Thnnd.iv here with her siiters, Vri George Benford and Mrs. C. H. Shockey. 'A Thought for the Mother /^OBSTIPATION makes children V» uicomfortable, cross and irritable, justa'itdoes older people. Dr.Caldwell's Syru Pepsin is a mild, pleasant tasting com)ination of simple laxative herbs wit pepsin, that acts easily and natur- all- and promotes normal regularity. Cildren like it and take it willingly. Itcontains no opiate or narcotic drug. Druggists Sell Dr. Galchoeirs Syrup Pepsin 50 cts. (twosfetj $1.00 A trial bottle can be obtained, free of charge, by writing to Dr W. B. Caldwell. 457 Washington St.. Monticello, III. VWKWf^^ Mennen's 15c Violet Talcum _ 124c American $1.50 Alarm Clocks 97c lOc Castile Soap Cake of 2 Bars $1.50 Household Settles 97c 0. . T. Crochet Cotton, 3 Spools Beginning Today, Feb. 8, Our Annual 25c The. White Sale that Connellsville women have learned to look forward to. Every year "The Big Store's" White Sale is the biggest Under- muslin event in the city. This year, because of greater preparations, because of tremendous buying power, which other stores do not possess, you will find assembled here an almost unlimited variety to choose from, i surpassing in values, diversity of assortments and originality of styles i even our own previous efforts. Don't let anything keep you away. COME EARLY. Extra Special! .__ 17c Fine quality, regular 25c value. COKSKT COVKBS Extra Special! CIULDKE"S DKAWJ;ES Sizes 2 to 12, usual 25c quality. Extra Special ! COKSET COVJKKS . ..... Lace and nbbon trimmed lar 50c kind. regu- Extra Special! MUSLIN OOW.NS ... _ _. . Slip-over model, lace and embroidery trimmed. Gflc value. 25 Dozen Undermuslins Dainty Night Gowns, Envelope Chemise, Corset Covers, Drawers, Combinations and Skirts of soft nainsook and cambric. A wide selection of styles, embroidery lace and ribbon trimmed, usually sold at $1.00 and $1.25 .. Gowns, Combinations, Enve- lope Chemise, and Skirts of finest Nainsook, Silk and Satin Cami- soles, values to $2.50. Elaborated with laces, medallions and ribbons or embroidery, styles and values that invite comparison. Extra Size Undermuslins The Famous "Mildred" Stouts Something new in Connellsville--built especially for stouts--combining comfort, durability and style generally found only in regular size models. Attractive Styles in Nainsook, Crepe De Chine, Wash Satin and Silk. XX Sizes up to 56. XX Size Corset Covers - - - 98c to $5.00 XX Size Combinations - - - $1.50 to $5.00 XX Size Gowns - - - - $1.50 to $5.90 XX Size Drawers 89c to $3.50 XX Size Skirts $1.50 to $5.90 25 Dozen Undermuslins Dainty N'Sght Gowns, Envelope Chemise, arid Skirts, elaborated with laces, medallions and ribbons, or embroidery trimmed, wonderful values for early comers. usually sold at $1 50 to $1.75 In the February White Sale. Buy-Now Prices for Months to Come. Regnlar 35c_ Turkish Bath Towels 29c Size. Cotton TV, ill 5ic Sc Value. I'nion Crash White Pique Skirting 36 in., 50c value Novelty Lace Cloth "Waisting, 25c value White Gabardine Skirtings, 36 inches 36 in. Basket Weave Skirtings, special . White Voiles, 40 inches wide 25c Percale light colors ___ Table Cloths, ^_ 21c 50c 29c 25c 18c 5b inch Round, Scalloped (J-| QQ ?1.50 value «PJL.«3J/ Sheets 72x90 Special at Sheets, 72x90 Special at Bed Spreads, full size, Special j $2 Extra Heavy ( Bel Spreads 1 Pillow Cases. ! 42x36, 29c value | 20c Muslin, ! full bleached . -- . i 6fi in. Mercerized I Linen, I 75c value . . ?1 50 value. . $1.19 69c $1.19 if- Pink Silk Combinations, Silk and Satin Camisoles and Nainsook Gowns and Skirts of finest quality, I i up to $2.79 values ,, 23c .18c Table 59c A handsome lot elaborately trimmed with dainty laces, msertionb and ribbons. 75c Silk Gloves white or black 69c Chamoisette white, 2 clasp, all sizes Women's White Lisle Iron Bound Brand, all sizes . Women's Fibre Silk Hose in white or black, 69e value Women's Fibre Silk Hose, plain shades or white with black clocks or black with white clocks . S 69c Cloves, 59c Hose, 29c Burson, 59c 59c GREAT VALE · VVONfENS WAISTS and iz^D $1.39 Up to $5.00 Waists i $5.90 to $6.90 Waists Large assortment of smart Voile Waists, trimmed with. lace and hemstitching. All sizes. Georgettes. Wash Silks and Satins, well made in the latest styles, all sizes. One Lot Fine Wai.ts, - Half Off $1.251^1518 Crepe de Chines and Geor- gettes, in white and flesh, j also plaid Taffetas. 98c j 4500 Yards Embroidery Up to 27 inches wide--your unrestricted choice, per yard Cotton Torcheon Edgings, {k: yard. Karrow Convent -Edgings, 5» yard. 15r Clnny Iiace, lOc yard. Jb'ilette Lace. Iflc yard. Clearance of Women's and Misses' lii ill Former Values up to $23.50, Now $9.99 Well made garments of Serge, Gabardine and other fashionable materials, in models that can be worn for months to come. Every one this season's styles, and mostly all sizes. Clearance of Women's Misses' and Juniors' Former Values up to $18.50, Now $9.99 Smart Cloth Coats, some trimmed in fur or kerami, also Plush Coats. Come early for the best selections Clearance of Women's and Misses' D-R-E-S-S-E-S Former Values up to $22.50, Now $9.99 Serge Dresses, Taffeta Dresses and Dresses of Crepe de Chine, in tie most wanted styles and colors. A rcord value at only $9.99. , f(flftftftjv»*«wt*nMtva)tft^ftvw¥u*«Kww»rav\^^

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