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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, March 21, 1918
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THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1918. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNEIilSVIULE, PA. THKEEi. NEWSY NOTES TELI WHATS HAPPENING IN THE MILL TOWN Workman at Powder Plant Painfully Burnett in Explosion. PLAYGROUNDS FUND NEEDED W«n«a Bcxdr to go Ai**d irith MOTC- m«t It the Money Is la StjrM, 'H»s Xot Titt Appeared; Scboot Bowl Ha» Power to Aid; Sotes. SOOrrPDAliE. March 21.--On Tuesday afternoon Gleam Bale who works at the Atlas Powder company's cap feotory near West Overton was badly burned when some poarder that was oein^ uscxt to mate ca-ps exploded. For a short time he was uococlous. Dr. Gilbert dressed the bums on his Sands ·which were the most severe. Some small particles of cooper lodged in his ride and had: to be picked out. Dale »eems unable to tell just what caused the explosion or how it happened, it came with sach force and so quickly. He-was reeling easier yeete-rday. FUygronnds Uncertain. Mrs. C. Lee MeiUnsex, Mrs. J. P. K. Miller. Mrs. J. B. Campbell and Mrs. Jarrett the committee o£ the Crrie clui to arrange lor a playground held meeting and decided that although the town did need a playground it did not know whether there would be public, support of the movement and that . funds were a necessity. Toe ladies have understood that the council and -school board could use a jwirt of its money for playground work, and it " asked to do this. The mills wd shoos are very willing to do their part Persons have told tie ladies that the thought first, the boy scout movement should be a sucess and! when this was discussed with the leader it was learned that the scouts lacked le.-iderstirp and that the call for leaders had not beeo responded to by the men. Horses Arme. A large crowd of people gathered on' Broadway yesterday to s-e a carload of horses that come from the H. C. Frick Cofcft company unloaded and start lor thef arm at est Overton. Knlttng Party. Miss Mary Gallagher entertained the Sodality with.a knitting party at her Fifth avenue home on Tuesday evening. X. a. C. A. Confemcr. Marcer McDvain. assistant general secretary o£ the Y. M. C. A.; Join Kromer boys' work secretary, and .' Percy Porter will represent the local "Y", at the religious conference to be ' held at Oil City next week. John Kromei will read a paper. Wanted. Girl for general housework. 701 Mulberry street---Adv.--20-2t. Personal. George Freeman is spending a week at Uswder. Edmud 'Workman is spending week, in PittAucg. George Myers is visfting friends at Bedford county. Mrs. Denrpsey Pyle is visiting friends in Somerset county. Mrs. C. A. Bash and Mrs. Walter Homes are visiting Mrs. Prank Barclay who is undergoing treatment at the Presbyterian UosjUal in Pittsburs following an operation, ·Mrs. S. B. Freed, Sr., and Mrs. William Ferguson spent yesterday ra Pittsborfc. ·Mrs. A. G. Franeia and daughter, ; Flora Mae are -netting Greensburg Moods. Mrs. M. J. Enowles.left yesterday ' morning for Pitisburg where .she will b« operated on for gallstones and otker internal'trouble at the Mercy hospital there. KIDNEY SUFFERERS BATE FEELING OF SECURITY You naturally feel secure when you know that the medicine you are about. to take is abeolotery pure and con- t-aiga no harmful or hbit drugs. Sticb. a medidne is Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Boot, kidney, liver atu£ bladder remedy. Tfce same standard of purity, strength and excellence is maintained in every bottle of Swazmp-Root. SftrampiRoot is scientifically compounded from vegetable herbs. It is not- a siinrulaiit and is taken itt teaspooful doses. U ia not recommended for every- tking, ' According to verified testimony it is nature's great hefcper in relieving and overcoming kidney, liver and bladder troubles. A sworn statement of purity is frith every bottle of Dr, Kilmer's Svamp- Root. If you need a medicine, you nhould have the best. If you are already eonrincotl tat is what you need, you A Stubborn Cough Loosen* Right Up irnedr b* i for qnJek rewafta. KM!! cheaply nude. The prompt and positive action of th|s I jimplc. inexpensive homc-modo rcmcd^y in (Tuickly heilinp tho iafiajncd or swollen membrajx?8 of the throat, chest or brat- chiml tube* and breaking up tisMt cmujhe, has caused it to be nsed in jnoic horoca than any other cpu^h remedy. TJndcr its }n?aiin;*. Boothinfr inSuencp, chest Boreness froes,- phloem JpOHcna, breathine becomes easier, ticklinc in throat stops and YOU pet a pood nijrbt's restful sleep: Tbo usual throat and chest 'colds arc conquered by it in 24 hoars or ICBR. iSothing better for bronchitis, bocraeness, croup, wboopinj* con«h t bronchial asthma or winter coughs. . To make this sp]endid ccrarfi 'BTTDP, pour S^ ounces of Pmcr (60 cents ·worthl,Jnto a pint bottle and fill the bottle Tritb plain granulated euj^ir syrup and shake thoroughly. Tou then have full pint--a family supply--of a much better cough §yrnp than you could bny rewiy-iaade for ?2.50. Keeps perfectly and children love its pleasant taste. Pines is a special and highly concentrated componiid' of penaine Norway pine crtract, and ia knovn the world over for its pTomptness, ease and certainty in overcominc stubborn cuuchs and chest colds. To *void dwapporntmcni aak your drUKCist for "2% onncea of Pinex" Trith full directions, aird don't accept any- thinpr else. Guaranteed to gi^c absolute Baiisfaction ormf»nev promptly rcfonded. The Pines Co^ Pt, Wayne, Ind. WANTED Energetic representative for ConnellsviUe and vicinity, to sell pianos. Splendid opportunity for right man. Salary and liberal commissions. Write. Piano Department The S. Hamilton Co., S15-817 liberty PITTSBURGH. PA. D unbar. PARAMOUNT JHEATRE TODAY . A. BRADY PRESENTS CARLYLE BLACKWBLL, AMD EVELYN GREELY IN "HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS" A WORLD PRODUCTION IN 6 ACTS. --ALSO-- "CUJlBKJfT KVEIfTS" .' SHOWING ALL THE LATEST NEWS. i DUNBAB., March 21.--Miss Rosella Huber of Youngwood spent Monday j here the guest of Mrs. Ella Hamilton. David · Williams was a business ; caller in ConnellsvilJe- yesterday. i Hxs. R. S.. Cooper was calling in 1 Connellsvillo Tuesday evening. · C. L. Smith, W. E. Kennedy, A. J. · Ellis and E. K. Snyder, old soldiers j of Uniontoivn, and T. M. Wilkinson, Rev. "W. H. McKlveen, Mr. Parquhar and M. V. Pope, old soldiers of this : place, visited the borough schools: here Tuesday and gave addresses in ! the different rooms. . | T. N. Cqldren of Uniohtofrn was a busioess caller here Wednesday. The Red Cross met "Wednesday in the Presbyterian church. The Y. E. C. of the Dunbar high school met in Room 7 this afternoon at 2:00. The following program was carried but: Three minute talks: Evelyn Young, aerial combat: Sarah Jacobs, transports; Ethey Moyer, mica for wounds; Pauline Groff, Austria-Hucgray's · i future; Geor.getto Scott, .creatures that live in the snow; Evelyn Young, "Why our boys want for clothes; Georgetta Scott, an acquaintance in the Literary Digest; Ethel Moyer, an oration on the Teutons squabbling over Poland; business letter, Wilbur Warac; a school paper article from a Red Cross worker in France, Sarah Jacobs;' suggestions were given by Miss Baker. The club adjourned to meet the following Wednesday. Dedicatory services will be held at | i the high school Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Everybody is invited. The Scouts will attend in uniform. MARGARITA FISCHER IN "JU.TJK1I .IAS.ET" Clean--Wholesome--Eappy. Also a Good Comedy. --TROUT A?fD SATUKDAT-- Thomas E. Inco Presents WM. S. HART in "IfOLTES OF TILE KAIL" Ohiopyl*. OHJOPYLB, March 21.--Jiiss Eliza Show is "very ill at her home on Com- j mercial street. | Bert Wolfe has bought a new Acme auto truck. * airs. Frank Bailey and daughters spent Wednesday in Connellsville shopping and visiting friends. The friends of Mrs. C. G. Blair gathered at her home Tuesiay and gave her a big surprise and farewell party. Mr. and Mrs..Blair are moving to UnJontown. Mrs. T. if. Mitchell was among the Coaneflsville shoppers and visitors i y.jsterday. · !' aitrs. Win. Rowda left Tuesday evening to visit IE Connellsville. Miss Elsie Beggs of Confluence spent Wednesday 'here with tier music class. $1,295] The Piloti $1,295 Until April 1st | "The Car Ahead' · Vntil April 1st i The WinO«r Car* The Met* with its many features of economy and ease of'opcration is corning stronger with each season. Full stream body, 4 cylinder motor, 25 horse power direct drive, with no gears to strip, and no clutch to slip, it is the last word in cars oC its price. 108 inch wheel base, 32x3^£ wheels with demountable rims. It has pcnrer on t h e hills and speed on the \evel. Immediate delivery of either Pilot or Met/, cars. Easy payment terms arranged to suix Uie purchaser. Write, phone or calL West Side Garage f. F. Schmitz, Prop. Oils, Gasolene end Tires. Both Phones Batteries Re-charged. GAVE HER DELICATE CHILD YINOL It Bnilt Him Up and Made Him Strong Newiygo, Mich.--"My little hoy wu in a delicate, weajfc emaciated condition and bad a congh so we had to keep him out oi school for a year. Nothing seemed to help him until Vinol was recommended, aud the change it zcau.; ·- him *was remarkable. It hai bcilt him op and made him strong 90 hi* cough is almost entirely gone. We can not recommend Vinol too highly."--Mrs. E. H. Hanlon. Mothers of weak, delicate, ailing children are asked to try this famous cod liver and iron tonic on oar gnar- ciitre. Children love to take it. ' Langbrey Drug Co., ConnellsviUe; i will and it on sale at aH drng stores ] na-id C. Eason, Dnnbar, and at the j in. bottles o£ two sizes, medium and j best drll g 3tore jn every town and ' large. city in the cotmtry. However, it TOO wish first 1o try Uiis great preparation send ten cents · ;o Dr. Kilmer Co., Binghamum. N. Y., tor a sample bottle. "flTren writing be sTire and mention the Conaollsvllle ljai]y Courier.--Adv. flfATOEE DAILT. --FKI1UY A5» SATURDAY-- GOLD'WYN PRESENTS MAE MARSH IN OLIVER MOEOSCO'S PAMOCS STAGE SUCCESS "THE CINDERELLA MAN" A CHRISTMAS SURPRISE PACKAGE PILLED WITH GOOD CHEER. She was rich and- ho was poor. Nothing between them but six tin roofs covered with snow. How in the world will we get them together? ALSO A GOOD. (XOrEDY --COMEfG-- CI.ARA K1MBALL YOUNG IN "SIUTiXHY KATE." ORPHEUM THEATRE TODAY The Pilot Six-Forty-Five is a quality car of superb appearance, and enduring ruggedness. It stands the test. The first Pilot was built eight years ago and is running today. Forty-five horse power, six cylinders, 119 inch wheel base, real leather upholstery, full streamline body, with its powerful s.i!esi motor, and painted to suit your' Individual taste, it is a luxurious car to suit the most discriminating. And then the price is $500.00 lower than cars of equal class. S01SSON THEATRE THURSDAY, FBIDAY, SATURDAY, MARCH 21. 22, 23. MAM'ZELLE, (A Trench Cocktail) The aiost Sensational ]?lay o( the Present Age. Comedy, Snrprisfis, Singing, Dancing, Fnu. COUiVTRY STORE FRIDAY. j Committee of Censors Appointed to Praise or Condemn This Play: John Duggan, Jr.,'James J. Driscoll, R. W. Leiberger, Edward Duggan, .R. 0. Clabaugli, M. B. Pryce, C. E. Stout, Walter S. Stimmel, John Kif erle, H. C. Hays, R. W. Hoover, Thomas V. Donegan, Jos. L. Stader, Harry Van Gorder. Act 1--Anticipation. Act 2--Realization. Act 3--Guess. Dickerson Ron. OICKERSOK RUN, March 20.--J. C. ',ser. of Dnnbar is spending a few 'y3 here visiting relatives and 'ends. lohn Francis of Gtessixjrt wis a VJ.ness caller lierc Tuesday. Irs. Cecil Roadman and children Thompson No. 2 and Mrs. OleUs )me of Connellsyille are spending lw days visiting their pfctents, Mr. i.Mrs. Harry Lint at Lookoot Farm, r. and Mrs. Henry Hamster were . (ping in Conncllsrillo last cve- ·Jfu,- ' iiroulxc those who advertise. --A-Reorganized Business We announce the completion of the reorganization plans or this company. What this means in the improved service this store will offer its patrons is outlined in the following statement. ' Abnormal conditions in every line of business make ! imperatrve the duty of every merchant to inaugurate changes to meet.the changed conditions. Costs are rising. Expenses are increasing. Standard merchandise is scarce and difficult to secure. To serve its patrons well and at reasonable prices this store has established close connections with several manufacturers and wholesalers of long established reputation for merchandise of a high standard and on whom reliance can be placed for an ample supply of Men s and Boys' wearables at the most reasonable prices. How well we have succeeded is apparent'to every one who-will take the time to look over our new lines of Men's and Boys' Clothing, Hats, Shirts, Neckwear, Shoes, Hosiery, Underwear, fact every article of wearing apparel for Men and Boys. Most important to the Men of ConnellsviUe of the many lines of merchandise sold exclusively by this store is our announcement of the close connection established with the house of A. B. Kirchbaum Co. of Philadelphia, makers of all wool clothes only for Men and Young Men. Many men in this city are well acquainted with the excellent quality, style and fit of Kirschbaum Clothes Many more men are going to become acquainted with this celebrated line of clothing this spring for the reason they are represented by double the quantity we have been showing in any one season. Here are a few facts concerning Big 15e Matinee Daily at 2:30. Evening Shows at 7:30 and 9:15. Glean, Progressive Amusement for the Whole ' Family. TODAY. AX. COLEMAJPS Tip Top Merry Makers In Lew Drib's Original Musical Comedy dc Luxe "AT FUN INN" A Seething Blast of Frivatitr, Mirth. Melody, Speed and Color. ON THE SCREEN--"VENGEANCE AND THE WOMAN' VIUTUREi'G. VELMA LEE AL. COLEMAN AL. LEMONS BEN RUBIN Four Woptleii Shoe Dancers. Pete, Foolbjil! Dog. Pretty' Pony Chorus. The Home of Kirschbaum Clothes Located on Broad street, occupying the square between Carpenter and Washington streets. The largest plant in the world under one roof devoted exclusively to the making of Men's Clothes. In this building occupying a full city block there is sunlight, sanitation, cheerfulness everywhere. ' - This Tailoring Institution possesses every modern device and equipment, and has the men and the methods to maintain its supremacy as a producer of Clothes of the Highest Standard for Men and Young Men. Kirschbaum Clothes at $18, §20, $25 up to $40 To further facilitate the proper handling of our business we announce the adoption 'of a new policy with regard to the extension of credit. We propose to eliminate all slow and unsatisfactory accounts. To encourage credit accounts with persons who meet their, obligations with promptness. - ..-:;.. To offer unusual values to induce cash purchases. We ask the co-operation of our patrons in these measures designed to benefit mutually those whose purchases are made here as well as ourselves. An early visit to this front rank Men's Wear store is cordially invited". Make your selections early in the season while stocks are most complete and sizes unbroken. HORNER CO, 106 W. Crawford Ave. ConnelSsville, Pa. JPATKO'IZE HOME MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE JX THE COURIER--YOU'LL SAVE. BO YOU NEED JOB PRINTING? We do all kinds of Job Printing at our office from the visiting card to the finest commercial work. Try our printing. THE COURIER COMPANY, 127^ W. Main St., Connellsville, Pa.

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