The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 8, 1918 · Page 9
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY S, 1913. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNEIJLSVILLE, SCOTTDAIE AMATEUR TALENT MAKES HIT IN "Sim BONNET ri»jlei it Rrese»1ed Before Largrf and Appreciate Aidlence ' For JScd Cross. Special to The Courier. SCOTTDALE,'.Feb. 8.-- "The Spring Bonnet," the play given under the auspices oJ the scoools for the Red Cross benefit Wednesday, drew a large matinee audience. The audience pronounced it one ol the most decided successes in the home, talent line that tue town had ever hod. The leading characters were: "Miss Ida Zane." Lrfraa Attwood; "Betty Zane," .Mary Kennedy; "Robert Clark," Ralph Shernct, "Hugh Terry," John A. Cramer: "Peggy Clark," Zella Lowe; "Maggie Nelson," Magdaline Kenneds, "Suzzette," Elsie Hawthorne; "Dr. Granville," Walter Lockard; "Roy Ita.-w.kins," Donald Shotts; "Laka McLuke," Gilbert Gove; "lola McLuke," Laura Sleighter; "U. B. Still," William Jliller; "Loretia Still," Mabel Ziron; "Rosaletta Salvmi," Elizabeth Pirl. Others in the cast were: Auto Girls: E v i l j n Cramer, Ruth Rittenhouse, Margaret Shirey. Gladys Py'iG, Sarah Heins and Elizabcich Eicher. Model Girls: Josephine Mcll- Taine, Isabelle M.xTk.le, Marguerite V.'alter, Catberme Hess, Katheirn Shotts and 'Anna Bell Patton. Auto Hen: William Beddows, Lyle Gove. Dewey SchmelUer, John Kro- -mer, Frank Morrison and Ralph "Wright. Model Men: Arthur Miller, Gilbert Staufler, Orran Laughrey, Clyde Kelly, Francis Polk, Wesley Iveiehliter and Edith Meyers, saleslady. Will Bell Williams, blacMace comedian, sang "That's Good," and Edgar Bell sang "Long Boy," assisted by the farcers' chorus as follows: Willard Reynolds. Robert Diven, Murrel Tissue, Roy Weaver, Gilbert Herger, Gilbert Griffith, Fred loucki. Charles Ulpry. Edward Griffith, Olin Smail, Jolin Murray. Roger Sprinkle. Williatn Ringler, Walter Newcomer, Vernon Coffman, Michael Rice, Clarence Siajier, James 1/aug- head. Maurice Stin.-on, Isbmael Anderson. Mr. Laugbrey and Donald Ruth. The Dagoes were Henrietta Rmg- ler, Jeannette Falk. Gladys Stineman, Xaacy Lipps. Mildred Reed. Milrired Yahaer, Florence Rhodes. Helen Langhrey. Jare Hayes, William Eicher, Gladys Smit'j, Virginia Cling- erraan, Margaret Bckman, Anna Hardy, Evelyn Hasnoss, Esther Peterson, Helen Whaley, Louise Sister, Dorothy Bricker, Margaret Kelly, Vera Moorehead, Man' SheiTick, Goldann-a Leasnre, Anna Ellis, Esther Wardlow, Helen Fry and Teresa Lonefcs. Country maidens' chorus: Hattie Bnndlinger, Bertha Bloom. Bertha Evans. Mary Gallagher. Thelma Gross, Harriet Harden, MiMred Johnson. Olive Keagy. Marena Loncks. Helen Hunker, Etta King. Ora Leasher, Clara Loucks, Emm.i Murray, Elizabeth Pirl. Bva Rutherford, Dorothy Smail. Clara Detwilcr. Claudia Ston- e-r, Lydia Titterington. ' Taima Chorus: Jennie Haines. Winifred Hamilton. Emma Hosteller, Elsie Hawthorne. Ga.l HJlton. Gail Pritts-, Alice Howells, Ru-th Howells, Anna McGivcrn, Anna Rutherford. Margaret Rutherford and Frances Reynolds. MAIL CLERK IN i . BOUYANT SPIRITS! "Grand Old Man" of C. S. Mail Sen-Ice Says Tanlac Restored His YltaJity. Thonaea J. Futton, known as "The | Grand Old Man" of the United States \ Railway Mall Service, declares that | in the 80 years of his life h« has never found a remedy that equals Tanlac. Mr. Pulton is the oldest railway mail clerk in the United States, having been in the service /or over fifty- three years. Has run is between Pltt^burg and Cincinnati, and every- boiy along the route knows him. Mr. Fulton said:_ ' "I caught a severe cold in my chest and felt bad all over. You must remember that I am an old man and had begun to fear that I was going to have a great deal of trouble In re- ] gaining my health. "Finally, a clerk in a Steubenville j drug store told me about Tanlac. Af- j ter taking Tanlac for three days I be- i gan to feel fine, the cold cleared off my chest, and I felt better than I had j for a good many years. j , "I now eat better than I have for i years. I sleep good and get up in t h e j \ morning refreshed, and my .-work does J ' not tire me out. Tanlac had done so j much for me that I have recommended it to a number of people and am go- Ing to send a bottle to my sister at Columbus, Ohio, if she cannot obtain it there. In my long life I have never seen its equal." Tanlac is now sold here by the Counellsville Drug Connpany. Tanlac can also be secured in Danbar at D. C. Bason's drug store.--adv. as*. ^ ^EEsS 1 Ifce Greatest of Its KM Ever Held in Conndisvilie Shirts of All Kinds SI.50, $2.00 and $2.50 Values for FASCY MADRAS FAST COLOR PEBCAIES FAXCTSATEENS SrERCEJRI/EI) CREPES AXD FEWEST POPLINS In a b.# vanety of colors, including soft and suff cults, and without detachable collars Ail sizes 33 to ID. Conic aud pick em out for Soc. Don't rai. to see window display. SEMORTEAM WINS Baltimore Oliio Tossers Lose btunc to Scottdale "T" Plaj-crs. ·The Baltimore t Ohio Dasketball team was defated by the Scottdale Y. M. C. A. seniors at Scottda'.e last j n.ght, 47-17. The Scottdale team had ' it easy in the second hall of the game, 1 their passing taking the ball down the I floor for goals many times. | Th« railroaders opened up w i t h I more passing in the second half but I did not get the necessary scores. The j game ended in the first period vrith j Scottdale leading 17-10 The B. 0. was handicapped hy the lack of a era- | ! ter and a change in rules, from Naj tional to A. A. U. , The lineup: ' B. . O. ScDtldale Driscoll fonrard MMler , Francis -- forward --^ Newman DeBolt center Bloom Feher -- guard Stcelsnmh Hannigan _ guard Slawler Field goals:--Miller 11; .Newman 2; Bloom 6: Francis, Fcber, Hannigan, Slawter. Foal goaU:--Hantiigan, 11 out of 18; Rloom. i out of 3; Steelsmith, 3 out of 6. Substitutions:-Wilson for DeBolt. Referee---Wall. CODKT RECORDS TEUL Extra Specials from the Ladies' Dept. $1.00 Corsets, Special Oue lot of good heavy quality Coutit Corsets, with four good hose supporters on each side, Special Tomorrow for .. One lot of Fancy Table Oil Cloth, retriilar 35c value, all colors, '*?'Q'» Special per yard at ..:-- ^Ov$1.50 Fancy Voile Waists One lot Fancy Voile Waists in a cloi-en different stlea and dolors. All very prHty. Some* w i t h large fancy collars, others plain tailored. Special for. 98c $1.25 large Bungalow Aprons, made of the best Quality Percale in light '7Q/ 5 or dark colors. Special . C «7L- $6 Women's Fancy Kid Shoes New Spring Boots in grey, dark brown and black, %vitH fancy colored and low heels, iSpccial _ ... $3,95 $15, $18 and $20 Women's and Misses' COATS and The newest styles and colors, all beautifully trimmed wilh prery fur collars, large pot Kets ,md faLCy buttons, Special tomorrow for ?9.80. A Final Clearance of Women's and M'sses' Trimmed Hats Up to $5.00 Values for A f i n a l cloar.ui'e «f evL-ry "UomdnS t md Misses' Tnrumod Hat m the house in go for $1 00 Ail kinds of bhtipci,, laigc auu SIMM A II beautifully trimmed in the newest design.*- We Give "S. H." Green Trading Stamps. Extra Specials from $15 Suits and Overcoats One lot of Meu's and Yotng lien's Suits and Overcoats, in the finest pauerns, all very pretty styles. Each garuicKi \vort',i double the price, Special _ One let of Boys' Kree Pants, regulr.r 77 r- jj values, in dark colors, £*0 Special o3JJ Men's $2.00 Union Stilts One lot Men's Fleeced Ribbed U n i o n Suits, made of the finest quality cotton. Special One lot of Boys' School $5 (W values, in pretry neat patterns. Special .. ._ $4 Men's Fine Dress Shoes One lot of Men s Dress Shoes, i n button or lace, English iocs iiidnded. Every of shoes worth double t h e price. Special Always Ask For "S. H." Green Trading Stamps. Confluence. Sore TKroat or Mouth Yon should keep tho throat and mouth clean and healthy. Any disease taat attacks the canal thrangh ^m'ch must pass the food we eat, the bovcragfn we dricb and the Tory air t?c breathe jg a serious matter. "Why neglect Sore H-ront or Sore JCouth when TONSIL.INE inalea it so easy for you to get relief? TONS1LINE is special!v prepared for " ' one purpose - TONSIUNC _____ does its full duty -- jou cau , depend upon it. Keep a bottle you can JL Sorry Story is Told hy · K«U»fclc Compliation of Ciart Records. When the Court Records for the whole country-were recently compiled, it was shown that about eighty-tiro per cent of the men who have died leave no money nor property. Only 15;'r leave ona thousand dollars and a% of them leave estates of }10,000 or more. A third of the widows of these men become dependent upon relatives or are public charges. Protect your family and yourself bj opening a Saving Account at The Citizens National Bank. 138 North Pittsburg su-eet --adv. CQNIFLUENCE, Feb 8.--Tho fnnoral oC Ure litUo 2 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. ft", Shipley took -p:ace today at 10 a. m , interment in the Johnson Chapel cemetery. Rev Bracken, pastor of tho M. B. church officiating. Yesterday was a beautiful day hern the snin sh'imng, thawing the STIO-W and in the house -- Tvhcro icec onsiderably. get it qaicfcly vhea needed. Soc ·\T*-c T TV THirtr a n f l cnn ThnrlP*; ttUi ^^ Hospital Sllf». $1 00. Tvlrs. T. "W. Blact and son, uuaries Yom . dru ^ pist MUa TO NSELINE. f are improving from their recent ^ 3 I severe attack of sickness. ' William Romesburg a well to do young farmer Off Port Hill, Pa,, was in town transacting business yesterday. Harvey Kurtz, the merchant, has returned from a business visit to the county seat. PHY-MO-ME WINS "SUNSHINE ALLEY*' BY MARY IUDHR. A PLAY 01' THL" HEART. IN 8 ACTS ALSO A SELECTED COMEDY OCEAN TO OCEAN Easily Unites Over Superior Team of 31nnnf rieasanf, fiu-C. Thir Phy-Mo-.Me baaltetfcall Learn of { tho ScoUdalc Y M C. A. literally Wallace Wilson and son, Wcibsier, I swamped thu Moiint riftd^int Super- I of Somerfleld, Pa, were "business vis- ^ lors last night, winning, 85-G The | itors in town yesterday. i game was played on the Y. W C. At Tlie condition ot Mrs Fred Koontz aoor with the first ha'f ending at 14-2. who is in Frantz's hospital following [ The Phy-tMo-Mi 1 had everything as a serious operation is sl.ghtly irnpro\- they v,anted H, and scored ai \vsll. The ed at this writing i Mount Pleasant play or s conic' not find * Muriel Nicklow a well known young i the basket and not one foul of the 1 j man of AJdison, Pa.. -\vas here yes- 1 tries went through terday on his reiura from a business | Tho lineup: --COMJtTfG- KORMA TAI.MADGE "THE MOTH' Phy-Yo-Mc--S'5 Supcnors--6 Hurres forward Craftsek i Porter - - Forward Fox j M u r p h y center Brown | Mrs WiHiam Watson of Addison, Pa. Freeman guard AVolnbers I baa returned borne after a visit with jjjgM "guard . Mullen j her daughter, Mrs. Wilbur Davis and Field goals:--Porlor 15; Freeman \ visit to Pittsbllrg. Pa. Mrs. T. G. Beggs has returned from a visit with her son, Elliott and family at Connellsville, Pa. Women PraUe Lydia E. Pink. barn's Vegetable Compound for Health Restored. In almost every neighborhood "in America are women who have tried this standard remedy for female ifo and know its worth. Athol, Mass.--"Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has done me a world of good. I suffered from a weak, ness and a great deal of pain every month and nothing brought me any relief until I tried this famous medicine. I am a different woman since I took it and want others who suffer to know about it"--Mrs. ARTHUR LAWSON, 569 Cottage St., Athol, ilass. San Francisco, Cal.--" I was in a very weak nervous condition, having suffered terribly from a female trouble for over five years. I had taken all kinds of medicine and had many different doctors and they all said 1 would have to be operated on. bat Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound cured me erttirely and now I am a strong well woman." --Mrs. H. EOSSKAM-, 1417 Devisadero St, San Francisco, CaL For special advice in regard to scch ailments write Lydia E. I'inkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. The result of its many years esperienc* is at yoar service. friend, Mrs. T G Beggs. Dunbar. DUNBAR, Feb. 8.--Mrs. Frank P. Anderson celebrated her 53rd birthday at her home above the Dunbar Furnace. Those present were Rev. and Mrs Darnell and daughter, Lillian, Mrs. Amy Breakiron and daughter,'Margaret, Mrs. Elsie and daughter, Pear], Mrs. Robert Stannis, Mrs. Rose Lowry, Mrs. Annie Heed, Mrs. C. Gribble, Mr. and Mrs. William Baer. Taylor McManus, who Cell last Tuesday and fractured Ms skull, is in a serious condition. The Ladies' Home and Foreign Missionary socicfles of the Presbyterian church, held a special meeting at the home of Mrs. David Williams and opened the mite boxes. A neat sum was realized. Cottage prayer meeting was held at the home of Mrs. John Jobes Thursday evening. J. W. Troy of Pittsburg was a business caller here yesterday. 13; Murpny 6; Craf-sok. Browti; Mullen. Foul goals:--Humes, 5 out of 7; Porter missed 2; Fox missed 1 Brown missel" 8. Substitutions:-Stohl for Brown; Katsmat for Wem- herg; Gordon fo 1 - Humes' Los'er for Murphy: Hasciltiu for Might Rot- erce--Wall--Bloom KLKS ,151) Zodgv Teams --TOIHr I S D S A ' J ' I R B i T -- Douglas Fairbanks "Reaching for the Moon" An ArU r aft Product urn. Also a Good Comedy. In a Most Cnusaal Play BIG COU'TRY STOKE XOMGHT GOLD WATCH AM) 50 PHKSr.VfS rijl-fi. MATIXEES, lOc AXD 20c. EVEMA6S, 20c A M I :;0c Saturday-- the Cheaters-" have of C.'tj I/t'apue h Tonight, The Elks and the .Maccabees competed preparations Cor tho same to be pl-ayed on the Maccabee floor -o- night. Ike Goodman is backing his i team up with a heavy bet a-d the game is certain to be a 2ght from start to finish. The Elks are now holdiag first place '.\Lich will go to the Garage if the Maccabees w i n tonight. The preliminary game will be played by the Scottdale girls and the LacLy Maccabees team. These two teim wih play in Seottdale next Wednesday for the benefit of the Red Cross chapter il '.hat place. The entire proceeds of the gar.ie will go to the chanter. mil! ._ NEVER FAILS TO END MISERY (;F PILES Kebetalis Give ?10. The Edna Rebekah Lodge of Odd Fellows has contributed ?10 to tho Connellsville Chapter of the Red Cross, For Skin Soreness of infants £nd children }ou can find nothing that heals like Comfort Powder Sykes Leading phjsicians and nurses h»¥c used «nd endorsed it for more than 25 yean. "5c at the Vlnol and othar drug store* The Comfort Powder Co., Bo«oa, Mas*. Patronize those who advertise. Mrs. Kate Hall says: "I have kept house 15 years, am tbe mother of four li not keep house without Holhster's Rocky Mountain I Tea." Wise Woman, why? Dmes away sickness, brings health ar.d happiness to the whole family. Connells- , Tille Drug Co.--Adv. ] FOR WEAK LUNGS or throat trnoblf^ thn.t thrralen t o become "ili CaJ 1 '*" ^'Jve, d^\ bicd Free from forming' drugs Try th.c' Stops Itching At Once "nundre*ls of people In thin vicinity," siys l j eterbon, "kuo\\ aC tho uurrhty hoal- ins power of rnrniisoN's OINTMENT in oczomtt, suit rlici m, old some, Inching fiklo, ulcers pimpU-s i.nd itli diaeasfs of the shin. Thpy know Jt euros tbtse ailments--tliut it Is gufirpnteed to euro tht-m." Now I \ \ n n t to sny to every sufferer from pile 1 ;, eHlier blind, )) oertlng or itcLlup, thit I will pnnnntet 1 tlmt n 30 cent bot oC PETERSON'S OINTSirXT will rid you of pile 1 * or j o u r drujfist vl,l rctuu. j o u r "For ypirs I snEfcrecl tprrlblv ivftb Itrli- 1ns itiii Ijieetling piles. E tried evt'TtVrig 1 n".(! dPSpTirpd of *v« p cc^tin* rid o£ tli«in. It f?l\e* -Tie preat pleasure to ctrte t' it r^tprsotis Qtntmctit entirely yunsl mp. iuul I sincerely rccoinmond it to all Hufferers '-Yours truh Dn-rid A. Seymoui, aupu of Parkc, Buffalo, N. T. Sold by A. A. Ciarke. j ·OPPOSITE POSTOFF1CE "CONNELLSVILLE, PA. SO cents a box, including v/zir tax , P l For cn!e by Laboratory. odr for Infccl'ooi u r l n n r r t-ai*t e*. noii-pofconoas ill not stricture. IMI i i I to 5 dM-i 1KCCGIST. -- l'nce SI, or 3 botclet f2.7i pared by THE EVA.NS CHEMICAL CO.,CINCINNATI, O. Want Ads--1 Cent a Word. Absolutely Removes Indigestion. Druggists refund money if iMails.JJ5c Hair Ton!^ If you are troubled with dandriff, m h i n g ^"alp, ba r romng on; we afak j o u to trj Mentol Hair Tonic on our (.-uaiaiHr-o ir.jt - i, : i] ~ , u ou satisfaction or money refunded When ci'siomcTs a,k be-t ha:^ tonic we ill-rajs i ecominrad this r n c ; as n o Know H, P and know it js good. Sold onl\ by us, 50c and $1 "D UH 'mtUe. us fr - tin-

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