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March 1, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

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FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 191S. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE. PA. 'THREES ,,' ERRYOPOLIS BROTHERS IN MARINE SERVICE IN FRANCE WRITE SOME EXPERIENCES A letter from Harry Voisnet of erryopolis to his sister ot that place Juries the information that he has ieen promoted to a corporal in the Seventh companr of the Fifth Kcgi- nent of Marines with the American JTpedraonary forces in France. In part the letter,- dated January 16, reads: "We are having bad weather. We had been having snow for two weeks. Yesterday it rained and covered the ground with ice. I sallied forth with my-hob-nails and was like to have broken my neck. Suffice it to say I returned and took them off. "We had a tew days of good skating about a week hack. I borrowed a pair of skates. I couldn't buy any. They cost about 35 trancs (a francs is 19.3 cents) and went out skating and of course I hart to distinguish myself by foiling into a pile of slush in front oC a large rowd." A short note from Dewey "Woisnet, brother of Harry, to his mother says in part: I '.[ haven't been what you would call homesick yet, although I think when I get home they will have a hard time to get me out oC ye old towne limits. I had snapshots taken the other day and when the fellow gets them finished I will send you some. I would buy a kodak but you have to pay $13.50 (or the kind that costs J6 in the States. You needn't send me any tobacco for I am in a place where I can get nil I want at four cents a pack. We were in one place where T had to give five francs for four packages, which is about 25 cents apiece." Dewey is a member of the same organization as Harry. Ohiopyle. March 1. -- Thomas Fleeson, of Baltimore, Md., was here yesterday transacting business. The condition ot little Lulu Shipley, is not much improved- at this '.*nt- ins- Harry Dale Dean, Jr., son of ilr. and Mrs. Harry Dean, ii, ill at his home on Garrett street with pneumonia. J. (P. Lonence, of Scottdale, was here -yesterday. - Misi.Mary Lambie is visiting in Con- nelUiille this week. Mn Nannie Leonard ot Bell Grove, spent Thursday shopping, m town, Mis Gladys Davis is visiting frienls at Youngwood. OHOFYLE, Feb. 28.--Richard Rice of Cinnellsville'was greeting former Crieds in Ohiopyle Wednesday. Mi. Milton Daniels and son of Maple lummit were shopping in town yesttday. Hi. Rosa Thorpe left yesterday to visitfriends in Connells\ille and vi- cinit Mis Ida Dailey of Whig Corner spenTuesday shopping in town. Mfe Elsie Beggs of Confluence spei Wednesday in Ohiopyle. Slj. F. E. Burdette and son left Wedesday for Pittsburg to spend a visltwith relatives. Mj and Mrs. Spronl of Bell Grove wericallers here yesterday, r j£ M; and Mr.VIs. George Morris and daujter oC Bell Grove and Mrs.'Mary LinTrman and daughter of near Sipes weramong the shoppers in town yes- ter*. KJ. Horton of Connellsville was a buaess visitor here yesterday. Jderick and Lulu Shipley, who we) accidentally shot Monday eve- nin during a serenading, are getting altg nicely. WHY WOMEN CANNOT SLEEP." BIS PAIN IN FIVE MINUTES Jnmj of Rkeuitisni and gout, Nen ralgia, Lunbago, Chest Cold;, and Sore Tbnwt Ended in Half tke Time it Takes Other Xemedles. BIG BOX OXLY 25c Hustarine won't blister--it is always ·ftady for use--it's grandjnother's old- fashioned muatard plaste- with other up-to-date pain killers ndded. Th« best and quickest remedy in the world for lameness, sore muscles, stiff neck, cramps in leff, earactie, backache, headache and toothache. Bear's Mustarine--ask for It by name. Is made of real .honest, yellow raostard--not chea.p substitutes Use It freely to draw the pain from those sore feet--It's? ffreat for chli- blains, too, and for frosted feet.--Adv. Indian Creek. INDIAN CREEK, Feb. 38.--Mr. and Mrs. I George Emerick from Connella- ville spent last night at Indian Head to visit Sirs. Shaffer, sister of llr. Bmerick, who is very ill. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Bigam from ilill Run are spending today among Connellsville friends and shopping. J. I. Rogers from Rogers mill is transacting business in C'onneilsville. "W. H. Kisler from Meyersdale is spending a day here with bis uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Habel. L- t L. Fish is a business visitor at Connellsville and Uniontown today. Frank Bigam from Mill RUE was a business caller here today. Mrs. Simon Necklaw id calling on .Connellsville friends and" shopping today. J. M. Illig was a business caller here today. H. J. Fisher spent last night at his lumber camp at Roaring Run. ilra. H. W. Smith and son, Albert, from Connelsville, are spending today among friends in the valley. Garage Defeats I'onph Club. The ConnellsviUe Ganige basket- ·b»lL;team defeated the West Newton Youjh club flvt on the Duabar Town- ·hip high school gymnasium at Leis- ,«nriig Wednesday night, 17-13. The gamf was late in getting started, the YouiJi club being late in arriving. The Lady Macabee five non the preliminary game from the South C'on- nellstille girls, 7-2. Classified Advertisements Erin; results. Cost only lc a word. Remember Tonsiline TQ61UNE ia tbe National Sore { Thro* Kemedy--it is «old in every State i ia tb Union. Holt people bny a bottle The highly organized, finely stnrag nervous system of women subjects them to terrors of nervous apprehension which no man can ever appreciate. The peace of mind, the mental poise and calmness nnder difficulties, which are necessary for happy womanhood, arc only possible wheD the sensitive organism is in a perfectly healthy condition. If there be any derangement in this respect no remedy in the world so completely restores womanly health as the wonderful "Favorite Prescription'' discovered by 3)r. Pierce, who early practiced medicine in Pennsylvania. _BEAVEE SPRINGS, PA.--"I fed been sick for several years with blind, dizzy spells, palpitation of tbe heart, pains in back of head, and at times weak, tired feeling and nervous spells. I tried several doctors but they failed to do me any pood. As soon as I commenced to use Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, I began to get better--could sleep nights and that bad, nervons feeling left*, I took in all three bottles of the 'Favorite Prescription.' "--MKS. FSAXK WAONEK. Dawson. DAWSON, March 1.--Cards have been received here from Mr. and Mrs. John R. Hughus of Irwin announcing the birth of a son February 16. Mrs. Hughus was formerly Miss Margaret Boslet of this place. Mrs. Charles Gaal spen. Wednesday and Thursday with relatives in Connelsville. Mrs. James B. Hurst of Scottdale has returned home after spending a few days here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McGill. M. Levy of Pittsburg was a caller in town "Wednesday on business. Miss Mary Fox spent Wednesday with friends in Connellsville. DAWSON, Feb. 27.--George C. McGill was a Pittsburg visitor Monday. John Luckey of Lower Tyrone was in town yesterday. Frank Van Horn has received a photograph from his brother, Theodore, who is in training at Camp Gordon, of his entire company. Van Horn is a member of Company L, 326th Infantry. 82nd Division. Ernest Wingrove, who has been or, the sick list the past 10 days, h'as returned to his work in the Dickerson Run yard office. George Cochran, Jr., of ConneHsville was calling on friends Wednesday. Mrs. ;ess Cnyder of ConnellsviUe was a recent guest of friends and relatives. If TOB Are Hunting Bargains Read tho advertiseing columns of The Daily Courier. You will and them. THE FAKA.UOUXT. "HER SILENT SACRIFICE"--A select pictures photoplay, starring Alice "Brady, the""emotional actress, is being presented today. Romance of the Quida school ot the novelists is the material to" be found in "Her Silent Sacrifice." Miss Brady has a superb vehicle for her dramatic talents.in a tale of true love conquering the falsities of smart Parisian society life. As Arlette, the iukeeper's granddaughter who grows up into b*;atiful maidenhood, she poses for Richard Valo, an American artist. He has for her only the artist's appreciation for beauty, but she loves him devotedly. At the arrival ot the rich and influential prince Boissard, who grows infatuated with her charns, she promises to give herself to him if he will further Vale's career. On the even- ng after the opening of the 'salon where Vale's portrait of Arlette as a pagan nymph wins the grand prize, the prince holds a gorgeous fancy dress, ball at which Arlette publicly acknowledges him as her lover. How she is rescued from the appalling life that confronted her, to be the bride of it ft the prompt, -- : brinp to sufferers from this malady. ' You can forget Sore Throat if yon -will only remember TONSILINE and get' thfckottle-XOW that waits for jo*at. jour drnggitta. Itik for tbe long necked felkr on the bottle when TOO grtit »-«nt» and 60 cents. Hot- piU Bile, flXKX THK OttPHEUJt. "YOUNG WIFE STEALS TO SAVE HUSBAND." A story of exceptional interest together with the usual excellence of Pauline Fredericks's act- :ng has made ot "Double-Crossed," a Paramount' picture, which will be shown at the Orphcuia theater to- Kitchen Patriots K I T C H E N "There's a Kitchen in every fjoine--and there's a Hoosier for every kitchen." The Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet is a wartime necessity--because it saves food, time, work and money. That's why every Kitchen needs the Hoosier--and that's why we've formed the Hoosier Club--so that every housewife can afford to have one. To become a member of Aaron's Hoosier Club all you need do is come in and select the Cabinet you like best and have it delivered to your home. Under the Club Plan terms you only Pay $1.00 Weekly Just think of it--only $1.00 a week to have this laborsaving servant assist you in your kitchen duties. Why Hoosier , will pay for itself many times over in the food alone that it saves--to say nothing of the time, labor, energy and efforts. Hoosier with its 40 labor-saving features is today used in over a million homes just like yours---it's the PREFERRED Kitchen Cabinet. You sit instead of stand--you reach instead of walk. In the Hoosier there are places for 400 articles--all within arm's reach--all scientifically arranged". Come in now--today--and let us demonstrate this wonderful Cabinet to you. Every Hoosier /s sold under a "money back" guarantee-so you're fully protected at all times. Connellsville's Reliable HouAefurmshers Since 1891 "Hoosierize Your Kitchen Now" Our stores are supremely well prepared for spring sewing work. Every housekeeper is preparing or about to prepare for spring sewing, and every good merchant is also preparing to supply them with the material for spring sewing. It would be useless for us to specify the number of advanced styles of new goods for suits and dresses, underwear, shirt waists, and skirts, and dropping that line altogether, there is much, spring sewing to be done for house furnishings; window curtains, bed clothing, sheets, pillow slips, and many other articles. You know about them better than we can tell you. The TJnion Supply Company stores are prepared, they have everything you want. There are thousands of yards of gingham, domestic and imported, styles designed to meet every desire, striped, plaids, foulards or calico prints, plain shades, color combinations galore. There are imported linens for towels, for table cloths, etc., but what is the use of specifying--a better way is for you to come and see. The new stocks are all in, displays are now complete. «3 Large Department Stores. Located in Fayette, Westmoreland and AKeirhen? Counties. THE AKC.UiK. day and tomorrow, a remarkable pro- | duction. The theme deals with Klea- ] " nor Stratton, a young society matron Jack Fuqimy and Zarrow's Litllo much in love with, her husband wiio , Bluebird company at the Arcade yes- overhears a so-called detective trying Uerday scored another tremendous hit to blackmail him. Shamelessly play- in "Bluebird Bay." Xot only did -Mr. mg cvesdiopper, Eleanor learns that Fuquay ada to his laurels but Billy in his early life the husband, whom Penton, Irish tenor, in his stew song she had been inclined to place, upon a' won Instant favor and was compelled sort ot pedestal as an example of per- lo/.ake four encores. He is a pleasing fection, had committed a rather ser- ! singer, and is also a. clever actor, nous theft. ISnead and Clark have a very pleasing Brownell's LOCAL MANAGERS' Two Days More--Friday aid Saturday Sale Positively Ends Saturday Evening, March 2nd We Have Crossed the Line with Flying Colors -- and to say that our Sale was a Success would be putting it mildly, it was a scream. It exceeded our expectations. Our success was pleasing, but not surprising. The really remarkable business this store is doing is the subject of almost universal comment. There's a reason. Our Policy of Clearing from season to season not only demonstrates the moneysaving possibilities, but paves the way for good, clean, stylish and desirable merchandise this store uusally offers during its sales. Our check for $10 ·will be presented to the Secretary of our Local Red Cross Saturday evening at 8 o'clock in our store. SPECIAL NOTICE OUR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY BARGAINS-- the Closing days of this Sale -- represents some .of the Greatest Values of this entire Sale. Lines .have been condensed and drastic reductions taken for a final Clean-Up to make room for Spring merchandise. We want you to compare these bargains. Comparison is the only test to use. Compare quality, compare prices, compare the real savings to be had and be convinced that our Sale is a bonified money saving proposition. Not an old out-of-date or shop worn- shoe in the lot, but good, seasonable merchandise. Brownell Shoe "THE BEST PLACE TO SHOP, AFTER ALL' songaad chatter number that is excel- I for [unmaking and-'he"lakes" fill] ad- she Soisson tin-"elegant and n w f u l kit- lent, far nod -way above ILc a\er- lantagi? o[ il 11 has been, noticed n i t » 'h?n l a b i n i t troi.i Parknian's will he age act to this kind. Tbe show is a real musical comedy, with consistent all Uie Zarroiv shows that the la.st ))!! siffn away (OHig.V. T;.is is ib? mo-l is the best laugh producer. The pa- eipeiisixe gift e \ p r jin-tnted from plot, beautiful wardrobe a.ud appro-Uure will be William S. Hart :n "The . local suige. Thun ton llu play is one priate t-cenery, and special .song iitiui- Last Chanel bers. The opening and closing are out of the ordinary. The bill today and tomorrow is ''Doctor Dippy" and the I'Morning Herald of. Unlontown says it j Given I way nt The Soisnn Tonislit. is a scream from start l.o finish. Mr. i In addition to a magnificent prodiic- ; is givin greater opportunity ! tion of "A Wife But .\'o Children" a t j of the lies; in the lengthy Manhattan rcpcrtonp. Next wopk t h e Manhattans ·IX C-UlI.NKT i will appear in three great piays. ' "F'ighunK the S5tcm' 1 will he produced Monna and Tuetday. Patronize those who advertise

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