The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 29, 1918 · Page 8
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, March 29, 1918
Page 8
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.?AGE EIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVXLLE, PA. FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 191S. , . SHOPPING WITH MAIL ORDER ·"' '·' : - *- HOUSE MUCH LIKE THE OLD :; · -: · ; ..- GAME, BUND MAN'S BLUFF "*" Do th« merchants of "this "Vicinity carry all articles that they should in. · "· their line at, nier'chanSising? ; We have ; heard mvcii;'comment upon fho question since the Bur at Home articles . have been published; - ··' · Styles change' .over night, your . -.dressmaker or tailor-will tell; you. 'Yet the. mail., order houses. Have: -.gowns and. suit* all .catalogued,; ' ~ "though they seldom have just what J =i' : .ybu order. " ' '. .-.-.- · Take shoes -for instance". How : c»n ·,-,.£ home' 'merchant- carry all -the: different styles, "colors, shapes and iJnds , in stock. One ot our home dealers re- *·" -cited » little eiperienc.e he had'vfith . _-jjne -Of- his "woman" customers Tecent- ., ly. .She saw a .pair of .ahoea .that .he had in stock that Vere-just, .right in "" size','bnt she'decided that *ne wanted ..u^ift different shade. The"dealer mform- -...e*-bof that'he would - send' lor tie ^ color she desired, whJch-be did.'The "shoes came and were delivered to the W--. woman's name:' About-three wrecks later the woman sent the shoes lack to. the'store without^explanatiofi, stating tiiat. she did not want them.-. - · " · : . - . ' " Npw was this fair. to :: the home -merchant?!. He weoY to*.'the trouble.and expense of ordering the shoes, -_· He did-not-ask the vwotnan for her money in advance, jjaiJl 30 cents in express charges and Uien did -not sell ttie shoes. . .' ... : .. .';"»";·''.' '·'; · ' . ., '{ How many men and'.women in this" community -do their-,'sfipppmg blind-folded. : You- don't haveUo'shop blind-folded unless you want. to. ;The;.out- of-town houses j started; the ; big- .game' of Blind Man's BluH.;~;'3 s-danr- gerous' game for us;';tp';Blay ;in, pur town.'· .It;Isn't ;a faiti'game.- 'i' .'.,'., Let ns give the bdme"merchant-.thE. first chance". Let us, help,keep OUT money at home'and build .'.up-.-'home industry. - Start'by having your printing done in Connellsville; "\ .'·_'-.' .-.- ?$--·-· ORGANIZATION OF WOMWfSCdMMTTTEE IN COUNTY COMPUiTE ·Kn. K. E. Uadbel, Outran, AH- MMuee* Heads of Departments, City, . T»in aid T»msUp. Chairmen. . Ttie orgaimation j .o{..,.the |;Fayette- Conaty branch of the Woman's Committee of the Council of National; De- lao*J»'Jaat, iearing [compleUoaiiCiJy; aid :ionfti*hii» 'coinmitteesT are 'Being: organized almost daUy, Mis. K. E..Cte- bel, chairman, announces, and' the report* from the departments are very satistoctarr. -The committse--ag it now stands is as follows; Cotraty offlcera: Chairman, Mrs. R. . . E. Umtwl. TJnlontown ; first vice-chair. m*". 3Crs- Charles Davidson, Con. . nellsrile; .second, vice-chaicman, .Mrs. SL.M. Cochian, .TJniontowa: secretary,. Mrs. a E. Brownfleld. nurcbance; - treasnrer, Mrs. Theodore D. BHas, Un- iontOTrn. Tt* district vice-chairmen are: Mrs. .Harold B. Stevens, Maamtown- Mrs. IM titns,. Point. Marion v-Mrs. H. J.' B»ll, ; Daw*»; '..Mrs-TT:' V. "Winans,: . Brownavilla.v .-" . · ·" ....... '· v ; -.The vte»-chatamien at large are: '.: Mr*. .W. E- Crow, Uniimttrwn; r-Mrs? : " Slirali B. Oochran, Daw«n; Mrs. : Ati- drew Brown. Fayette City; Mrs. S. B. Taylor, Brownsville; Mrs. H. M. Kep- ,h»rt, Connellsville; Mrs. B. P. Sterling, Uniontown. The directors of departmenta are: Registration, Mrs. J. K. Eitenour, Cn- lontown; food production,- Mrs. J. B. - "Marietta, ConneilsvlUe; "food "conservation, Mrs, Charles L. Davidson, TJn- ., jontowo; child weltare, MrB.^;B-;_T. ' " :agisn-' , "Oniontovm;,, home and Dt^T -Hoon, 3Bg ; morsl "and forces; JMrs:; Praidc Snider, ' '. . . . . ,, "7 ;Cltr,;:toTni ; antf ; township .; chairmen :· -'.JIr»lB^B.'Gniher,Snilllifleld; Mrs.-H.; ^'.;:.Startna, Masonlbwn; ' Mrs. ;V-Ji ' 'Hohnee, Saasstbn, -..'IteCiellandtowni; iSnider, r JJjiioutown ; . Mrs." fs. E. B.' ; Frank Gallatin." - Mitchell, .. 'Mrs. George Krepps,' -Merrittstown; ;:.a Cofrroth';;;HepniiUc; MSss' G«Uey,. PerryopoUs;': Mrs. s E. : ,-. M n, Brier "Hill; 3ira.iS. "WJiIDTinn, Jllatwoods; 'Mrs^Tliciraas 1 SfcCartney, ;Jp»nniaiUni; - Mrs: J. - TP.-' -·M ·"Soiaerfleld; Mrs"--. Austin*? i " ' ' itew" -Mr.--and Xfs. Johu Monroe/., and daughters,' Myrtle and" Mae, of Dubois,' Pa., 1:aye returned V : to ' their home after ^iiending) a weefc;here visiting relatives and friends.-; ';· ··· W...S. Arlington of Greenaburg was transacting business here Wednesday morning. Mrs. P". Knisloj' returned to her home at I'mantown last evening after spending!, the day here visiting her mother, Mrs. Emma Beatty. R. G. Druthmond of S?ew Castle, Pa., was a business caller hero yesterday. Liberty Bonds are far acre attractive .in the safety deiwsit box than tax receipts in the.bill file. Ohiopyld. OHIOPYIJS, March 29.--Mrs. Maust who has been visiting with Mr. and Mrs. C. Wolfe, has returned to her home at Terra Alta, W. Va. Edward Jeffries of Confluence spent Wednesday and Thursday .morning here.with his .uncle, Jay Jeffries.. One little Liberty Bond will make you.-a. stockholder, in the United Company. o£ Hun .strafers. ..'Miss Susie'. Einderm'an of Bidwell spent Thursday,'shopping in. town. .Mrs. Sophia Hannan and children of.'Donoira are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.-1. "W. Show- for a-few'days. Brown, Hall has returned to his home here after a visit spent in Scottdale. . . . ' ' V lira. George HcTsbberger was shop- ping'and 'calling on, Connellsville friendS'Thursday. -Mrs-.-William^Hall of Humbert is th'a gueisi of Ohiopyle friends for a few days. . Kead'our advertisemenis.; ORPHEUM THEATRE --TODAT AM) T03IOBBOTT-- Jesse L. Lasky 'Presents JULIAN ETLINGE in ' "THE COIWTKSS CHAIOrEfe." : Also a Soaring Good Comedy. M O If D A I LUST OF BEE AGES" A Bemarkable Story Tracing the Everlasting Struggle for Wealth · ··· " ' ' Starring T.TTJ.TAN -WALKEE. Coming--^Benjamih Chapin in ^The Sons o£ Democracy." pARAMOUNTJHEATRE TOBAT AIO TOMOWUTH SEE CLARA KIMBALL TOUNG IN HER OWN COMPANY IN THE ' - '" - EXTRAORDINARY PEODOCTION Shirley Kaye BY HERBERT FOOTKBB. ALSO A CHMSTIE COMEDY. '"Salem; M . e: "Mrs. C;-"B, Etnll,,BIppwp.Pd; - - - . 'J:".BeHj".D«WBOii.;.Mrs; f - B . '.Roberts. : -TandSbOt; Mrs,. E»w : ..rd Ham«-, Fiyett»"'.'C«y;" M« ; E. -'E. ·KlrchenerVlXanhar;. Sc*'=W . T: 'Myers; " ' ' " " : IMcker«n r iRim. '"J. r.":Blick; Mrs. R. "W. Black, Sirs. ' Sanies B«atty .and Mrs. G. W Beatty -we», shopping.. 'and' calling on; Con- iellstllle friends -Wednesday a'fter- ioonv. -j--; ,.-, · ";.' .:James: OTioiniell ot' McKees Rocks /'.atteniJinK Oie -funeral of his sBter'r Hrs; Anthony Bonner,.,-:,- . :."SUr». "ltoibert'J.aaiiglit\aiid Mf;;nd: ^M"rik'ilU*»rt McCutclesoniof Dawson were sh'opping In . 'OihneUsviller yesterday.'" " " . - . ;' - - ' ;.'- - '·"-' SOISSON THEATRE TONIGHT A5B SATOEDAY AM) KIGHT. JACK BALL STOCK CO, --EC-- "TheGirlofHisDieams" '"·'-.'. A MTFSICAX COMEDT. .-Plenty of Sinking, Dancing and Ginger. -,; A Show lor "Yoongr Men and Their Fathers." ' A Smart Show Full of "Pep." .COTTSTBT STOBE TOSIGHT.: Engraved on wood for A. B. Kinchbium Co. is only one degree of all-wool--there are a hundred degrees of cotton adulteration .... Once cotton is admitted, you. never know whether the adulteration stops at 5 per cent or goes to 50 per cent..... To keep on sure ground, look for the Kirschbaum label--a kbel which stands for all-wool, always and without coni- promise .... Kirschbaum Clothes - - $20 to $40 HORNER CO. Have Too an ErtraPair Of Glasses? Kvoryono Ttfho wears BlEL»»es should have two ·pair--not . only tor emergency use In the event that one pair becomes broken. · but for the relief of an occasional chanKe. . .' If you wear nosffrlasscs contlnn»Ily then chance to spectacles and vice versa. You will he surprised at the relief j-ou can firet In thia way. Brlntr in your glassres and let me make you an extra pair. A. L.Tncker, Oph. D. 105 Sotttk PittMburpf Street, Want Ads--1 Cent a Word. Big 15c Matinee Dai! 'at 2:30. Evening Shows at 7:30 and : Clean, Progressive Amusement for the Whole Family. FEATCBOG. KUBY DAVIS, The Blonde Soubrctte. CIIARLIG DAVIS, The Wizard of Joy. DOLLY JfcDO.N'ALD, Some Singer and Dancer. BILLY McCOY, In Dark. That's All. ZEB'S DANCING FOUS. --XOWAT ASJ) TOJIOKKOI The Original Musical Comedy "THE- PATENT OFFICE" On tbe Screen--WILLIAM S. HART in "The Cold Deck.' The Lynch Trio is Coming Next Week. DO 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 5t., Connellsville, Pa. JfOTHESG WBOSG WITH "CAJTS" WXJIC SL AS HOW v!"wr I A .M.E«rLJS-SS TIAV, AM' AJ By EDTVDT,

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