The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 12, 1918 · Page 8
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, February 12, 1918
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THE DAILY COURIER, CONNKLL5VTTJ.E, FA. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1918. «t BY THE PEOPLE n £ Let n« cherish In our hearts those undying words ·~ ot Abraham Lincoln, the first American to reach the. "S toady heights of Immortal fame. Take his measdge, '- carry it and procferijp it broadcast throughout the j : E Nation; help oar people to realize the patriotic duty ^ ~ nct10g upon them,; each and all, as free-born dti- j~ MO* of this great democracy. Let them highly p: twelve that "government of the people, by the peo- |S ' pie, and for the people * * * shall not perish from the We face the most stupendous task hi the history of the nation. Never before has such danger con- fronted'us. Everything we have ever fought for-from Bunker Hflrto Santiago--is at stake, and it is conceivable that the final VICTORY WILL BE WON BECAUSE OF OUR CONTRIBUTIONS OF FOOD. COMING At An Early Date SALE OF MEN'S SHIRTS Watch Daily Papers For Details and Prices Wright-Metzier Co. "The Store That Gives Gold Bond Stamps" Dl KILMER'S SWAMP-ROOT PRAISED BY DRUGGIST We hwe handled Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Boot tor thirty years and wo ·bare sufficient confidence in Its merit to recommend it lor any ailment of the kidneys, or bladder., "We . believe ,t stands highest ia raok of ! VanderbflL VANDHftBII/r, Fob. 11.--Miss Jesse Arisen, Miss Carrie Alison, Miss Loma Fare Miller visited relatives in Unioutown over the ircek-cnd. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Fred of'Dunbar | township visited Mr. and Mrs. L. L., Collins on JENKINS MEEKER, Druggists. L ^ J any preparaUott of its land oa the , bas , cal , . FjtUburg on Sat- marlcet. and it has. been found to we I uri j a y specially valuable in cases of catarrh 1 or inflammation of the bladder. Very truly yours, LIST FOR MONDAY I 'Mrtrirt.Xo. 5 "Who Are Colled {or B«low appear tie names of regls- ; tranls of District No. 5 "who will be ·xamined in the Title Trust Euild- ing the morning of Monday, February ?' -Daniel Owen Shartson, Parmingtoa; '^Walter Barvej- Ramsey, Adelaide; '.' ^ittiam Bar Tmomas, Jlarklevsburs; Xntomio Constantiono, Dtmbar; Harry Jtmcs .Patterson, LeisenriEg; Herman ll Banghman. Dunbar, R. D.; Oliver ·Warman. Dunbar; Frank Siiangen- ' ticrx, Duni»r;Chester3waen, Johnson yanderbilt; Jaffor Xeli McIOney, Dunbar; Humpiirey Cainpbell, I^eisearing; M»TttiT;J:-Maden,' VanderMlt: Louis M. Fnehrer; iiViest-Leisenrims; Daniel R. Baterr.iWbor;·· John PoWll, Con- »ell»Ttne7iStar.vEorato;:-:Lymaa' Da-ris ker. SiSnerfteJa';' Harryr.'Wilbnr FcJtz, tox "Stanley ·GatroefctyV t Adelaide; ~ ' . Andrew : HUtabidel, Dunbiir; Thomas Clements^. Dunbar; ; aosepn." Ross Fike, IforfclersbaTs; Tony : Iicelk, Trotter; ·**ar Alorsins : -Henry, -LeisenringV lacrrr, -phjqpyle; John. r" George Jonathan Ho; Kenben Stanley. Froy. ·CJWwhsVCSade; .Frank "E. Ki*«, "Van- at" A. A. ClarXe's. an Inbaler you tie of HyoroeJ "at If you already own n ^ct an extra Wt- Prederick Shlpler, Bt»w«rto«; Homer Kern,. Mill Kim; : ? G«oripfrJ3fuIl,":MiU Bim; Ed-*-. James ;;: lAm«y,-Lei»enrfag; Pasqualo De Elia, .it.'.TintnWit: -, George . Koy Cramer. "ew Pas»«ger ii Cfcampion: JohttJSweeaey, Ixieenring; - Tho Irxttan Creek V«lley Railroad ^· : Jdm"~Harri9pii' JAresgooA, Gibbons 1 company baa added to its equipment ffiaderjDavid-Wsrmaii. iunbar;'JohnJ a new corafcination coacli. Two .ot ley J. Bishada, Trotter; Alyin Sines, "West' Lcisenring; Leroy C. Barnhart, Dunbar; Benjamin Reuben Thorp, Ohlopyle; Ernest Logan, Dunbar; John Bretbard "Weaver, Ohiopyle; Elemr M. Johnson, Indian Head; William Powell. Dunbar; Earl Floyd Snorr, Confluence; John "William Holt. Jr. Ohiopyle; Edw. F. Connell, Dunbar; William S. Huff, Confluence; Clyde Kimmell, Normalville; Caiarles H. Glottelty, Ohiopyle. BANISH CATARRH Brcatke I£7«m«i f*r T(V If you want to Fret relief from catarrh, cold in the head or from irrltat- InK coug;h in- th« shortest, time breathe It -w-Hl'.cloaTi out your head In two minutes-arkd Allow you-to breathe fr«e- ·· -Hy-omej-iriH end-a-cold-in one day. It - rblie'v* you .ot" " snuffles, ha.-wTtlnj:,",gpittlng: and offenfftre breath in- ft week . ........... - · 'Kyoniet is made. chlcGy from a soothing:.- hea-Hny. ^erm klllintr antiseptic, that comets from the eucalyptus forests of..'Inland' Australia where catarrh ,as- tlxma- and consumption Tfrere »T«r Hromei . ts pleasant and ca breaths. Ju»t pour--a few di;ops into the-h'a-rd rubber inbaler.'lBJMi as directed and-relief is almost certain. 'A-completc BCyomel-outfit, inclodincr InJiaicr. and'one b.ottte'of Hyomel,"costs btit little Tit dru^irlsts everywhere and ;,jr«nrArd«shr,V"AbWaid«r Joloi MeskoJ the co«np»ny's engines are :;' rCharles ^K«rns, -Leisenring, Baltfrnore ifc Ghto. sltopa, tor rn*i^»- BOGH. In th« ' No. l^THcolar^mrciano, Duabar; An- Stan- Dettverj- Is expected Tt»t Swamp-Boot TTH1 Bo For TM. Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample size bottle. It -will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable information, telHng about the kidneys and btadder. "Wb-en writing, be sure and mention The ConncllBrille Daily Courier. Medium and largo size bottles for sale at all drug stores.--adv. Dickerson Run. DKSRERSON' RUN Feb. 11.--W. H. Bnrkett returned to his work here last evening after spending Sunday with nis family at Cumberland, Md- Mrs. Anna Moran of Fourth avenne, Scottdale, sjwnt Snnday here visiting her daughter, Mrs. James Beatty. Earl Bohl has returned to his work at the Eound""House after being oft duty for a week on account of being scalded. Miss Loraln* Ambrose of Vanderbilt, spent yesterday her risiting friends. .Mrs. L«ona Coughenonr ot Yander- Wlt, left last evening for an extended trip to New York City. Mr. and Mrs. P. Ksisley of Uniontown urere the.gnests of the tetter's mother, Mrs. Emma Beatty last even- Ing. Jess Murphy of "WMtsett was calling Dawsoa friends Sunday afternoon. St. J. O Lwighlin spent Sunday with his family at McKees Rocks. Patronize those who adrertlse. Dotft knock ConneUsrille by sending your money out of town for your job work "when The Conrier company can do it here at home. Let ns give you prices. Mrs. George Ringer and children, Miss Irene lx:wis, Miss Kster Cosgrove, Dr. G. B. Roberts. Dr. I. C. Myers, Charles Mc.\f(m«s aid Donald j Myers wore Connellsrille callers on | Saturday. Mrs. R- H. Collins and children of Dawson spent Saturday !n Unlontown. J. Earle Soberts of Brownsville visited Ws parents, Dr. and Mrs. G. B. Roberts on Saturday. Miss Pearl Jennings of Unlontown, visited at the home of Mr, and Mrs. 0. Jf. Strickle on Sunday. William J. Adams and Frank 0'1-aughHn of LeisenriBg were callers in town' Sunday evening. Patronize those who advertlee. DoctorsFail Tferrible OMB *f Jtcxim, -wutiacted wh«n a aKi« bar-feuchtdftKiMa fcrten re*n, 'xrjtti luJf dtuen stcfettcU. Both, fees to terrible oamtitW. Alawwt » B«rvma wreck, fttooicjutt* bottksta '* ·uffaren rellrwij br tiifainarmkNW llaakl wuh UM± tra frwly oflter you battloan oor Mrvooal ffwanxwtao. TZT rt todky. me, 4De*md$lje* D. D. D. for Skin Disease J. C. yioorc. DrugfflBt. Water St., ConnellsvEIla, Fa. Brewed from the choicest material? in that Good Old German Way It Hits the Spot* COOKED L.IKE AT HOWE, Strictly Fresh, Clean aad Pure. ASK FOR OUR SPECIAL CUJB BREAFAST AND SUNDAY DINNER, "Our Pastries Our Delicious Because They Are Homemade." NEXT DOOK TO'"WEST PENN WAITING ROOM. Have you Indigestion ? Your food wfll continue to disagree with you, and cause distress until you strengthen your digestive organs, and tone and sweeten the stomach. Toucan do this quickly and surely by promptly taking a few doses of BEECHftM'S PILLS Their natural action relieves the stomach of undigestedfood, stimulates the flow of gastric juice, renews the activity of the liver and bowels, and strengthens the digestive sys- tern. Take them with confidence, for 60 years' experience prove that Beecham's Pills Are good for the Stomach S»]» of Any MWfeiwo m tli* World. «r*rrwhcr«i- In baiej, 1 Oc,. SSc. . Gold Bond Stamps Pay 4% On What You Spend--Save Them. Going Busily February The original White event planned and executed on a scale impossible with any organization lacking our facilities and prestige. A quality event and a PRICE EVENT that stands alone--not to be confused with any small and insignificant imitation that may be brought to your attention. If you need Muslin Underwear, piece goods, domestics, curtain materials or anything else in white--and if you' value QUANTITIES--QUALITY and ECONOMICAL PRICES--come direct to the storn that serves you best. Pile After Pile of Fluffy White Undermuslins--Every Garment at a Substantial Saving. Many women make a practice of laying in a six months' supply of Muslin Underwear, buying all their needs in the Wright : Met2!er semi-annual White Sales. But it isn't necessary that you be one of them to realize the advantages of buying Muslin Wear here and right now. 29c 45c 55c 89c $1.79 $2.69 Special Waite Sale Price for Undermus- lins regular at $LSO. Special "White Saj« Price for Undermus- lins regular at $2.00. Special White Sal* Price for Undermus- lins regular at J3.00. Special "Wlrita Sale Price for Undermus- iirm regular at $5.00. Fxjgular 35c Muslin Undergarments, Special in' the White Sale at Regular 50c Musliji Undergarments, Special in the White Sale at Regular GSc Muslin Undergarments, Special in the White Sale at Regular $1.00 Muslin Undergarments, Special in the "White Sale at Women's and Children's Knit Underwear Special Attractions in the February White Sale One lot Women's Vests "with low neck and no sleeves, or in V-neck styles, Special in the "White Sale at 25c each. One lot Women's Vests with low neck and no sleeves or V-neck and bodice, Special at 15c and 18c each. One lot Women's Wool Underwear, consisting of both Union Suits and separate garments in white only, Special in the White Sale at OJiE FOURTH OFF. One lot Women's Cotton "Union Suits with low neck, no sleeves and tight knee, Regular 7»c and S5c values at 59c each. One lot Children's Sleepers, consisting of small sizes, good quality for the money. Regular 75c values in the White Sale at 39c each. FINAL AND COMPLETE DISPOSAL ALL WOMEN'S AND MISSES' WINTER SUITS Only our fixed policy of never carrying any merchandise from one season to the next causes us to offer our remaining stock of Winter Suits at such tremendous reductions, for the majority of them are fashioned along tailored lines and in dark shades that differ but little from one season to ; the nest. But we've decided to make a clean sweep of the whole lot and to do it quickly. So here's the way "we've priced them. CHOICE JtQ QG1 EACH «P«L/0*/«J f For Suits that Sold at $25 to $29.75 CHOICE Jtl £ 00 EACH %p JL- *Jm\J \J For Suits that Sold at $35 to $59.50 All Sizes 13 to 48. And There's No Time to be Lost Everybody, big or little, "wants to send one- this year of all others, just because everything that savors of affection and innocent gayety is more precious than ever before in the -world's history. The variety of books, cards and novelties--not forgetting comics for the children--is very great. You'll find them all in a special booth in the stationery section--first floor. Valentines may be addressed and mailed right in this department For the Comfort and Welfare of Your Soldier Boy When He Goes to Camp. The rollomng comforts cost but little prepares himself for service over there. All him go to camp unprepared. --Money Belts 75c, $1.00, $1.25 each. --Soldiers' Diaries at Soc each. -^-Sailors' Diaries at 75c each. --Liberty War Diaries at R5c, 50c and HIM. --Testaments at 0c ami (uc each. Scirtng Kits at $1.00 and $1.25 each. Iu!cstructible Trench Slinors, 35c, $1.00 and $l- r .O. photo I'Munes to sell at 60c each. --Military H rushes at ifS^O pair. --"« nicrproof rocket Sateh Boxes, 50c each. --·Slio* Shine Oatflte, at $1.00 ea«h. Waterproof Tobacco Poach and Pipe, $1.00 each. --Toilet Cases, at $1.25, $2.75, $4.00 eneh. --First Aid Cases ai $3.00 and $2.25 each. --Writing Pads, at $2.25 each. --J"Hall Cases with adjustable straps to be fitted ont, $2A0 and $2.40 each. --Filall Cases, complete, at -S5.00, ..$5.50, $050, $7.00 and $10 each. yet contribute immeasurably to the -welfare of your boy as he articles in Khaki color to conform with regulations. Don't let --Army und JTary Soap, 12%e. _3 cakes for 25c, --Palm Olive Soap, 12Hc cake --Mconen's L'liscented Talcum, ISc. --Stcnncn's Shaving Cream, 25c. --Colgate's Shavino: -Powder, 25c. --Woodbnir's SUa\ing Stick, Me. --Tooth I'Ktv and Powders, 25c and 50c tiwh. --tarijolnted Taseline in tnbes, lOc. --Vaseline Camphor Ice, 25e. --Styptic Pencil, 30c. -Tooth Brushes, ISc, 25c, 3ic and «a --Hasr Drushes, JOc to Sl^O. --Pocket Combs, 25c and 35c. -Flies, lOc, 12«c, ISc and SOc. --Clothes Brnsoes Coc and $1.50. --.irmy Blankets, khaii color, $50. -Eds iroTen names {or marking clothes, BA for half gross; $o for p,^ " -TToTcn Triple Initials, 90c for half gross; $1.20 for gross.

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