The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 8, 1918 · Page 6
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March 8, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 6

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VAGE SIX HIE DAILY COURIER CONNELLSVILLE P4. rniDAT, PRESENT WAR TIMES REVIVE MEMORIES OF THE BOV^ WHO SERVED IN THE DAYS OF '61 toes and the majority of merchants are taking advantage of the fact that nothing 's being done or said to force thorn to sell them at a reasonable profit Tire present war is revising the memories of those who serv d the nation in, another great crisis ia its history Among those who i*ent from ConnoilsTOlle to participate in the conflict of '61- 5 none ha\ e a. more Mvid recollection of the events through they .passed than Corporal J R Balslej who, as a member of Company H. 142nd Pennsylvania Volunteers took part in sc eral 01 the mW important baaies of the war la a communication to The Courier he relates the experience of his company in the battle of yredenckaburg as follows The battle of Fredericks Va., was lOLght on the 13th daj ol December, 1862 the same being my birthday After crossing the rivej we were formed In line of battle in an open field and were ordered to lie down ·which we did pronrptl as the enemy s guns were trajnjg-on us from the hill tops around the citv We had lain there but a sfcort time when we saw Coloael Cummings who had been delared on the march coming up through the fie d at a. gallop on his fine white hor»e In an instant we were all on. our feet ana save him three, hearty cheers then a half do^en or m.ore batteries opened on us TVe enemy's line of battle was forming to advance on us and we were again ordered to He down which we ' aid \erj very promptlj but much "flatter toan Tefole ; We were, at the mercy of our enemy, -"·fte were defeated and hid to cross hack over the river Pour of our company were i-llled and a number wounded After we reerossed the rner we started for our old wjnter quarters near. Aqnia. Creek Landing The next day we v, ere permitted to go to the battle field to bury our .. dead a-nd do what we could for the wounded It was a horr*le sight, the dead had al! been stripped of their clothing and the 1 wo rnded were suffBr- ing from the cold I hope and trust that I may never see such a sight again. I would 1 ke to see all the cruel wars ended and jo peace and hap _pmess reign over the globe, CONNEI1SVJLLE PLUMBER THOUGHT HE NEEDED NEW PIPES "My stomach and intestines were always ful 1 of gas and I often had seveie colic attacks The pain and soreness caused me w think I needed a now set oC "pipes Since taking Mars Wonderful Remedy all this has, disappeared and my only trouble now is to make enough dough to buy all the food I d like j eat. It is a simp'e harmless preparation that removes the catarrhaJ mucu= from the intestinal tract ana allays the inflammation which oauses practically all stomach In er and intestinal ailments including appendicitis One dose will convince or money refunded --adv Dickerson Run. DICKERSON HUN March 7--Mrs 3 K Evans Mrs Anna Watson and Mrs P J McAndrews were shopping and calling on Connellsville friends yesterday A. C Sherrard o£ Dunbar township was a Dawson caller yesterday at ternoon «· John Francis of Glassport was transacting business here Wednesday John Hamilton of Pittsburg was a business caller here yesterday morning C V Myers is moMng his family from Liberty to Dawson and will bo located on Bndge street A car load of potatoes arrived at Dawson yestciday frora Somerset county and thcv are not selling at SO cents a peck either Potatoes are being offered in different places for ?1 00 a bushel It seems that the food administrator has lost sight of pota DUNBAR BOY IN FRANCE TELLS OF ' VOYAGE ACROSS Harrv R Wilson Uirtn't Miss a Meal and SILTS He is-Xalung Beet of Soldier Me. Writing to his parents Harry R Wilson Dunbar boy Somewhere In France, says in part Am settled and working ver hard. The work is more satisfactory than at Fort Harrison Ind as we have more more materials and equipment We know-\eryhttie in America about artillery as compared with the French They have devices for calculating e\eryttung that far exceeds anything we have in America in that line I am enjoying my work very much though I am very busy The school is a verv old one, and has some of thje best in structors in Prance The French people are courteous congenial and industrious The women are doing most of the farming Even after three years of war the farms are well kept. 'I was 11 days crossing over The trip was verj rough but pleasant in many wavs The ship was one of the best in the service but even at hat vou ha\e many misgivings when you hear the angry water lashing against the sides with only some steel and iron between yon and it. Many were seasick but I managed to eat all my meals and keep them down We have plenty to eat but nothing is wasted Coal and other fuel are at a premium The rules are very strict \ou cant get awa after 7 oelo'k In the evening and not at all in the mornmg v "Tire people here think it irili not be a great while befbre the war is over If Xo« Tfant Something Advert-so for it ia our c'asfltScd column. One cent a word. ' DAVIDSON'S The Store Ahead \ Highest Quality Lowest Prices If you buy your Groceries and Meats from us, you will not get free delivery or Green Trading Stamps or Gold Bond Stamps, but you win get the Best Staple Groceries in the City, and we will Save You from 15 to 20 per cent on your purchases. With this saving you can buy Thrift Stamps, War Saving Certificates or Liberty Bonds, the safest .investment in the world. '2» pound Sack Flour 10 pound S»ct Corn JKcal Rolled Oats, per box Fa*cy Head Bice, per pound -Ultra Choke Bio Coffee JBxtra Choice Santos Cotfee -Fancy Rabr Blend Coffee large «*" Tomatoes, can Small can Tomatoes, can fmrj Sngmr Corn, can Early June ferns, can 81.55 lOc . lie 16e VanJllm or Lemon Extract, bottle ,TeIl-0, all flaron,, package Mnk Salmon, can Saata Clause laundry Soap, 5 cakes Rood Idundrr Soap, 7 cakes ---- 12c 18c 13c lOc . 9c 20e 25c .25c Fine Mountain Potatoes, peck Onions, Jc poi'nd, 7 Jbs. Baldwin \pples, per half peck Solid Cabbage, per pound Large lottlc Catsup ___ Hitters Catsup, a bottle Fasy Seal Quart Jar Mustard large Tumbler Moijtuid __ Tomato Sonps, a can Sauer Krant, large can Extra Good Prunes, u pound Ettra Choice Peaches, a pound _ Fancy Peeled Peaches, a pound Seeded Baisins, 1 Ib. packages Old Butch Cleanser, can Gold Dat, large package ____ 40c Buy Yonr Oleomargarine Here at Prices You Cannot Duplicate in the City. Purity S«t or JJco !Snt, per pound Xoxler Special, per poand . 84c Jloxley's Baisj, pound . 36c Diaond A, per pound _ Bmekeyr, per pound 32c .... Uc 30c Our Fresh Meat Counter Need* No Introduction, So We Will Only Quote a Few Prices. Si****, per pound, Cnoek Boast, per pound . S3e, , 38c Rib Boast, per pound .26c Boiling Meats Pork loin or Poii Chops, per pnand _ . 33c Hams, pw pound 32e Fork Shoulder, whole, pound Souse, per pound Finest IJard Rendered* per po»d ._, 31c 315 c ISc, 20c, 25c 27c 20c J. R. Davidson Co. - " "The Stor5 That Does Things For You" ? 109 West Main Street, Connellsviue, Pa. Successors Leonard Furniture Co. Z 1 MMERMANWILD FURNITURE » » RUGS "The Big Store Near The Bridge." Our Thanks to the People of Connellsville and Viciiity for Their Generous Response to Our Sale of Leonard Stick We are appreciate indeed AS newcomers to your city lor the many good wishes and generou patronag extended us during the sale of Leonard Stock We planned for big business and our expectations were gratly exceeded We thank you and as an evidene of our apprciation will from time to time announce savings opportunities tbt will mcfcase a hundredfold the friends already established for 'the Big Store Near tae Bridge The first of these comn?nces at dee Bead below March Sale of Mattresses / Just at the time when every housewife looks to her Spring Bedding needs we offer this stirring oppi-tunity f r savings A carload of spic span, new, clean Matti esses of all sizes and grades goes on sale at prices that are rally starling, in view of the rapidly advancing wholesale costs These Mattresses are all made under the 'Pure Beddjg Laws of tins State and comply with the sanitary restrictions in every respect. Mattresses Selling Elsewhere for $5 50 and $6 00 Sale Price __ $4.95 Mattresses Selling Elsewhere for $8 00 and $8 50, Sale Price _. Mattresses Selling Elsewhere for $S 00 and $10 00, Sale Price _ $6.85 Mattresses j Selling Elsewhere for $11 00 to ?12 50, Sale grr Qr Pnce . n / aUtt Mattreses Selling Elewhere for $13 00 and?14 00 Sale $8,90 Price Mattresses Selling Elsewhere for $15 00 to $16 50, Sale Price $10.50 See the Big Mattress Window Display Then step m our Big Store and examine these Mattresses thoroughly--they will stand any test of comparison and at once impress you as the best values offered for many a day in Connellsville Mattresses Selling Elsewh.re fa- $18 50 and ?20 10, Free .$14.75 Advance Showing of High Grade Refrigerators See Window Display. Then Get Our Special Prices to Earl} Buyers In keeping with (.he progressive spirit of this neiv store, -we offer to advance buyers of Refigerators spcial prices on high grade Refrigerators of all styles and sizes See our Big Window Display and street fltjr showing A small deposit reserves any Refrigerator for later delivery C O N N E L L S V I L L E S BARGAIN :ENTEP 1 1 5 W. M A I N S T A Wonderful Value Victory Knitted articles In either gray or khaki col jred \ irn are actoptoble to the Ked Crohs for ose In the nrmy } am and knitting needles mny be procured either from Bed Cross chapters or from "tores provided the yarn Is of the same grade and needles ot the same size aa those described f n thia circular Ihe needles referred to In these di rccttoni [ire stnndnr llzed lUd Cro-ss needles. Their diameter is pi\eu opposite their re*pf*cthe number Knitting Needloi No 1--1)5-1000 lnc!ie« Knitting Vedlos l\o 2--17T-1000 Inches EJutttng Needles No S--200-1000 i aches General Directions. Stitches shouU not be cast on too tightlv Knitting «honld be done evenly nnd firmly and all holes "should be avoided Joining ihould bt clone by splicing or b leaving tuo or thiee inches at each cud of the yarn to be clurned In carefully All knots ridges or lumps should be most cnre£nlly avoided, especially in socks, as they are apt to blister lie feet Sieevelew Sweater Two and one half hanl s of yarn (% pounds) one pair Hed Cross needles No 8 Cast on SO stitcher Knit 2 purl stitchf* fi r 4 inches Knit phim unti thn s\s L iter measures 2 j Inches Knit 2b stit hei bind off ~4 stitUic* for nccK loose Knit 28 stitches Knit 7 rido'is o i each shoulder cast on 24 Mitrhes Knit plain for 21 inches I url J knit 2 stitches for 4 inches Sew up side*leaving 9 inches for armholes ^ Tmo rons slnfelc crochet arounU neck, and I row single crochet urouud the arm holM Wristlets No 1 Ono-h llf hank of Miin (^ pound) 1 pair Red C owf nepdles \ j 2 Ciut on 48 stitches knit 2 and pjrl 2 for 12 inches nnd feeu p lea\fnff _ Inches open apace for thumb J Inches from the ed«e Wristlets No 2 One-hal* hank of yarn C^6 pound) 4 Red Press needles £*o 1 Gist on 32 ulitchei on 3 needles 16-30-20 Knit 2 puil J far S Inches To mtilte opemnt, for thumb knit purl 2 to end of third needle turn knit and purl bark to end of first needle, always slipping first stitch torn ConHmio knitting back and forth for 2 inches. Prom this point continue 03 at first for 4 indies for the hand Bind oft loosely ajJ buttonhole thumb opening SVTUIDU: ra?. Sample Hats \o t\\o ahKe Tlie smallest and handsomest hts possible to find at tftjce our pi ice Dozens and dozens o choose from A. dazzling \arieh Hais for youug and 03 Special Satuidaj onlj at $3.87. See Window Display PATBONIZE HOME MERCHANTS WHO ADVEETISE IN THIS PAPE PfiTET Fi«h BT C. A. FOIGH1

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