The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 22, 1918 · Page 5
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March 22, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 191S. NEWS OF THE DAY AT MT. PLEASANT BRIEFLY RELATED Garnet 'West Wins Partial Victory Victory in Fight for Compensation. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILJJS, PA.. PAGE STVTS. SUED KAUTZ ESTATE FOR $6,000 Conrt Allows Well .Known TVoman *2.1», Payable in VeckljT Iiistalnwots: Suit Was Contested bj- IWs- tant Relative; Other Sews oi J)»y. Special to The Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT. March 22.-By order of Jndge C. D. Copetond in the Orphans' court in Greensburg Miss Garnet West is to receive $2,139 from the- estate of the late Mrs. Mary Kautz of this place. pay»ble in week- j ly instalments of 512. in return Jor I services rendered the deceased .!ur- ( ' ins her declining years. The c"urt j order is the outcome of a - suit for $6.000 filed by the -plaintiff against George W. Stoner and S. C. Stevenson. executors of the estate of Mrs. KauU, in which the plaintiff sought to recover on a contract and promts-1 sory-note, dated February H. 1933. ' | The statement ot claim set forth the f»ct that the plaintiff went to work for Abram Kautz and Mary Kautz at the sum of $1.50 per week. Later she was to have $3 pel week. February 11. 1913, she allege-., that she entered into a contract with Mary KauU to stay single and remain with her during her life and she was to have $6,000. Abraham Kautz died July 29, 1305. His wife, Mary K»ntz. died July 2, 1917, childless and possessed of considerable property. Payment of the note of Miss West was contested by Mars. Mary Schaeffer of McLaughlintown, Somerset ccmnty, whose father was a half-brother of Mrs, Kautz' first,-husband. Under the term* of the will she was to receive tho residue of the estate. lot Bides 3f otoreyele. i Baymond Chobal, aged five *yoars. fell off the rear o£ his brother's motorcycle and cnt his head so that Bight stitches were necessary to close the- Trpirad. His face was very badly lacerated. He was taken to the Memorial hospital. All Day Spwintr. The Friendly Unit held an all day sowing rn the Elks' club rooms yesterday: Bur a liberty Bond. Men who refuse to buy a Liberty Bond are mighty poor excuses for one/s going to the front. Red Cross Jncnthering. There will be an ingathering of knitted articles of the Red Cross at the '3raddock rooms on Monday. · I Pure Chewing Gum I a Stick a day keeps tlurst away Aft THE PAEAMOUVT. BOWYTZ' MARKET WEST SIDE Reducing the High Cost O f Living · Patrons of our Market, make little complaint of the high efost of Hying as will be shown if you compare the following priees with t.hos* of OTHER STORKS. Free . lelirery to all parts of the TVcst Side. GROCERY DEPARTMENT Potatoes, peck Apples, half peck __ Fancy Creamery Butter Prunes, 2 Ibs. ' Baked Beans, 2 cans Soap, 6 cakes -Brooms'. Raisins. 2 boxes Tomatoes, can .--«_~__ Pinto Beans, per Ib. Lima Beans, per Ib. Navy Beans S3c 30c »2c . 25c . S5c 25c . !5e 2Sc . 14c . 17c Rolled Oats Tomato Soup, can _ Ketsup, large Pumpkin, 2 cans Corn can lOc . lOc J.ic 25c ^lixed Vegetables, 2 cans r -fe ^Macaroni, box Kle Gas .Mantles _: : lOc One pound SOc Coffee Hie Eggs, strictly fresh I2c 2 small cans Miik 13c Black-Eyed Pens _' 17c MEAT DEPARTMENT Pork Chops 32c, 3.~c Porfc Shoulder Steaks Kc Whole Pork Shoulder 27c Chuck Roast , . 2Cc Steaks --: 33c, Sac, 3Sc Pork Sausage Beef Bo;i B?st Hih Roast Si'gar Cured Hams Lard. I Ib. SOc Sp, 20e ....... - 27c HSc. :)Ic the greatet play in years. - Seldom ' has anyone neard such screaming in a tbeaier. Jirs. Robbins was called on to eject one young man and when ht refused to leave an officer was called. During the course of tne play a woman from Scottdale fainted, and "THE CINDER3L1A MAN". A sympathetic adaption oi CarpMler's hu- atanlzine comedty. with Alae 3{arsh, the captivating screen, s-tar in the leading 'role, is today's attraction. 'The Cinderella Man," is a cheer up story ot kindly sensibilities depicting the disposition of a rich little girl to relieve distress, and on her native tenderness ot heart the story interests depends. ·The Cinderella Man", very ably impersonated .by Tom Moore, is writing .an opera in a garret, starving, in company with, a faithful servitor,, when across tha roof from the house of Millionaire Canei comes his daughter, Marjorie with a ChrisTmas feast.. In this she is aided and a betted by three old cronies ot her father, delightful old boys, wno scamper across the saiofr covered roof- in evening dress und silS hats in the interest of true love. These lovable characters are admirably depicted by Alec Francis, George Farren and Dean. Raymond. Tais act ot impulsive kindness leads u a romantic attachment between the impoverished writer and the girl, whom he believes to be the com-iianion of the heiross. Hugo Ballin, tlie artist" who has added fame in the .*reen n-orld through his work as technical iirector of Gol-dwyn pictures, is also responsible for the picture settings-in "The Cinderella Man," these settings range from the beautiful borne of. a multi-millionaire to the · squalid garret of the starving poet. Hiss Marsh is given a wonderful opportunity to display her. aptitude for changing "WOLVES OF THE RAIL."--In aoods. It has been said of Miss Marsh i °is newest Artcraft picture, "Wolves ;aat sbe is a girl of s thousand faces, of e Rai1 '" which '* 1!1 be = ho1i TM at the Orpheum theatre today and tomorrow, William S. Hart, the-Thomas H. Tnce star, is introduced in a new role, that of an upholder of iaw and order, rather than' an. outlaw, although the early scenes of the drama depiot Hart as the leader of a daring and notorious gang of bandits, is-ho so terrify the officials of a western railroad that a famous eastern detec-. live, known as "The Bloodhound," is sent to break them up. TVe Handle the Best Oleomargarine at the Lowest Possible Prices-^32c, 85r, 38c. Fresh Oysters, SOc Per Quart. Fresh Farm Milk on Sale Here Every Day. COR. CRAVFOBI AVBXUE AXI) EIGHTH STREET, WEST SIDfi. United Profit Coupons With All Purchases--Save Them Children's Easter Millinery Trimmed and Ready-to-Wear Hats in a splendid assortment, of becoming styles for the little miss. $1.48 up to $5 Showing New Style's in Matrons' and ; Misses' Hats .*. T\\{: I,nst.Honr Fashion Hits From Sew 1'ork Specially I'riccd at i.50 $10.00 Flower Trisinied Hate. liitifron Trimmed Hats. Wing Trimmed H«f«, Burnt (Jftuso Trimmed Hats. The most popular shapes of t b u season. Largo and small Hats, as your fancy pleases--in Black and all wanted colors to choose from. Big EUisortmeuta :it e:u.h of tbose special prices. New Spring Untrimmed Hats For matronoa^and misses--all tb^ latest shapes in. popular straps, priced at $1.48 up to $10 NEWS JTEM--Our Mr. Knbackfii* h?J jiial returned from Xew York and «-ith him came tho very last m i n u t e creations from America's stylo center, bottgbi at advantageous prices jZr.d winch M-O now on din play and Sale at "The Big Store." Complete Your Spring Outfit Here From Connellsvilles Foremost Popular Priced Suits, See These Superbly S Women's and Miss Waists Etc. BELL-ANS Absolutely Removes _ Indigestion. Druggists revived by a local osteopath who hap refund money if it fails. 25(2 Pony Mtdels, Bolero Styles, Eton Effects, Severe Tailieuife, Braid Trimmed Style s And others that arc now, autborij? tativelj* correct. Spring Fashions ropji resented in, this showing. N'owherJf else will you find such exclusive styl£ as in these new suits of Serge. Gaba^dine, Poplin, Poire'. Twills, QIC. KveAf new shade, ' i $10.75, $29.75. *83.0(l tip. to $( Women's and MissesS Pumps and Oxforfs In styles ivitfo t'ashion, TT«.. fw larfrf* assortments of t h e swison's . popular and stylisb i'umps aml|fOx- fonJs at $3.45 $5.( .pened to be on hand. The play wa:- *~~ far from the ordinary, one could hardly keep in touch with tbo surprises. The play will contnue tonight and Saturday and will havo dally i matnees. The censors were John Duggan- Jr., James J. Driscoll, R. W. L«i- berger, Edward Duggan R. 0. Cla-1 baugh, M. B. Pryce, C. E. Stout, Wai- j ter S. Stimmel. Jotn Kiferle, H. C. I Hays, R. W. Hoover, Thomas V. Donegan, Joeph L. Stader, Harry Van Gorder The play that is wond-erful. A big matinee Saturday for the children. Candy will be given' to all the children and tickets wiii be given | away at the schools upon which lucky pumbers them free. be printed, admitting OAPKBUX TJ1KATBE. MOVE BY AUTO TRUCKS BOTH PHONES OPPMAM'STRANSFER OPPOSITE POST OFFICE CONNELLSVILLE. PA. Among Lhc itiany now st.ylpfl? are new Brown Kid Oxfords with Jgench heels; Dull Black Kid Oxfurdtf w i t h Militarj- heel; Patent and Dul£ Kid Pumps with French and MilitarlFbeels. Masterpieces of the Season's Fashions Lovely Satins, Georgette and Silks. Taffetas, Foulards, Fine Serges, Crepe Meteors. And many others featured at this popular price. The styles are most beautiful and include all wanted new colorings for spring. Quality of material and style class them as eveu better than $25 models. Dresses for street and afternoon wear.. Other Kew Spring 1 Dresses, $10, $15, $10.75, $25 to $49.50. Women's and Misse's New Easter Blouses A wonderful display of smart new Easter Blouses, in all the newest col. oriuffs and materials at sncfa popular prices as--· $3.95 $5.90 $6.90 For years we have been noted for our exceptional waist values and this season we have out-done all our previous efforts for value giving. " Saturday/Is Childrens Day At "The Big Store .And we are rwady to supply your every need in stylish apparel for the Little Tot as well as larger Girls and Boys of all ages -- and at substantial savings too. "The Big Store" has always been recognized as Conn-eUsville headquarters- for children's wear and wegtand ready to prove it. -euanse of her facuity. for expression sefore the camera. Tte production i aiso be tomorrow. THE ARCADE. ·'TIP TOP ilERRY MAKERS." For oday and tomorrow the Tip Top .Itrry Makers at the Arcade will be *en in "In. Scarca of a .Million," a rand new show. This is the funniest how iu the company's repertoire- and -lever specialties will be introduced, v dancing contest between Al. Lemons nJ Bennie Rublbs will prove a Jea- are. Other specialties will be intro- nced by Miss Bessie Fox. and Miss 'elma Lxe, the dainty little dancer .·ill give here famous Scotch dance. Ir. Lemon will sins his song hit. "The ioys Are Marching on lo Berlin," Pete" the lootball playing dog will nee more appear and play ball with, le kiddies. Cancel your gloom dates od put on your laughing duds and iait the Arcade and see a real funny now. The picture will be William-S. ;art in "Man Against Man". Charlie haplin wiH be on tb.e Arcade screen "onday and Tuesday after a' long abjure from Couccilsvllie. THE SOJSSO.V. Tbe Jack Ball Stock Co.. op»=eJ in .e celebrated ptay ·3faju f zell-" yes- rday afternoon and people were pure vea a treat Tne censors were on lad to praise or condemn the play id were uaanimcus iu declaring it Just Over the Bridge ConnellsTillc OVest Side) CXft N. cr ^ .-O' W 'll^-T^l illard SERVICE STATIOxN Carroll Battery Co. A .Factory Trained Hattery 3fan. Girls' New ^ring Coats $5.90, $6.SO, $7]SO up to $16.75 Girls' WhiteJ£aster Dresses $1.25, $1.95, $$.50, $3.95 to $15 Girls' Smart jGingham Dresses 98c, $1.50, S2.95 up to $5.90 Chilcpren's Shoes $1.95, $2.50J$2.95, $3.50, $4.95 Boys' SprinjHats, SOc and $1.00. Children's New Novelty Suits $3.95, $4.95, $5.50, $6^5 to $8 Boys' New Spring Suits $4.95, $5.95, $6.50 up to $12^0 Suits up to 65c, 85c, 95c, Children's Spring Top Coats $3.95, $4.95 up to $7.95 Children's Hose, 21c, 25, 35c and 59e. Confluence. CONPLUBNCE. llarch 22. -- Mrs. Laura San of Scottdalc is visiting her friend, Mrs. John Ha-.vke. Mrs. Sol Lancaster, of Smithneld was here yesterday on her way to Somerset to visit her sister- Mrs. James Michaels. Mrs. E. S. Thomas of Everson has returned home after a visit with i friends here. She formerly resided j here. David Cronin of the West Side- was j a business vistor to Somerfield addi- | son and Listooburg yesterday. Sabastian Tissue a well known resident of near Somerfield of near Soro- erfleld, Pi., was here yesterday on his way to Counellsville and Uniontown. Some people who pride themselves anon their memories have yet to buy their Liberty Bonfi. T. W. Black -was a recent business vistor to Dickerson Run and ConnellB- vjile. . Patronize tlioae who a*r«rthie. Children's Rompers, 79c, 85c and 9Sc. ^tavnf*vv]AMf!xfxvwv^ KEEPYOUH SHOES PS5ESEI2VE TBIE LEATHER U ' B F. F. DALLEY CORPORATIONS. LrMITED. BUFFALO. N. Y. LIQUIDS AND PASTES. FOR BLACK, WHITE, TAN, 1ARK B R O W N OR ©X-BLQQD SHOES.

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