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

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, April 5, 1918
Page 5
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FRIDAY, APRIL f,,. 1918. THE DAILY COtTRESR, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. PAGE FIVE. Concerning Capes for Evening Burson's 75c Boot Silk Hose Seamless Hose In biack and white only --Saturday special M¥l«WI»««J»¥WM«»R«aWW»»«»WW«WW^ VVVWliVtMiaiM $1.25 Silk Camisoles foe Washable Satins, Silk Crepe and Wash Silks, lace trimmed attd hand embroidered, 05c'. In the face of changing styles that make up the panorama of the seasons there'are a few things that reappear each year aud show ^orae degree of stability of form. A Icng and ample cape of handsome fur is an instance of this. Every winter we are sure to meet the fur care among the rich possessions of scrap matronly wearer, who knows better than to change It with a shape less endurinjgly good. The long. full cape is never entirely out of ihe. running. After all. It seems the best of «U'garments to choose when costly fin's, growing always' rarer, are'to be nrode up. Ferj rich and s. -indtrt fabrics could net b« bitter nm;-.jea than by follow- icg ttf. snggestioo t'jr'furs. Heavy and S'Tgwus brocades *nd velvets demand '.he ^'luplest Kver and need not be 'choi'jed atfthe \vhltn of fashion. "Women 'tdio own worderfnlly embroidered xpaccarln coacs \vould not consider t'hsa^bic and modernizing such works 'it »tt;.they belong to no particular dTQe^r season u .:d_ are beat worn as rh«J,*ere original!; made. The evening wrap pictured Is a full mantle with its upper portion made of brocaded satin, and the lower portion a wide flounce of black velvet It is lined with black and gold figured crepe de chine and employs glossy 'black marten fur for the wide collar and tlic band of .fnr that Joins the flounce of velvet to the brocaded cape. On" the Inside of the mantle, at each side a velvet strap allows the hand to slip through it. "When the cape is closed this forms a lo.ose drapery about the arm and supports the cape at the front For an evening wrap that Is not required to furnish much warmth along with beauty, this model might be developed in taupe colored chiffon velvet with a lighter weight brocade in harmonizing colors. In that case a marabout band and collar would^provide the right sort of finish and a lining iu rose or blue add lovely color. ..' .Jh^. c/ Regular $25 and $27. Youthful Pony Styles Plain Tailored Suits Embroidered Effects Those are really stunning Suils-- bav- ins all the individual little style touches the much higher priced models. New Tuxedo Collars--double tiered peplums-flaring backs--slit pockets--rows of buttons and braid trimmings. i Values New Flare Styles Bound Suits New Sport Styles w- Hern are flnci Suits that any woman wouli be proud to wear; as distinctive as the expensive modcJs of which they are exact countarnurts. Dressy styles and severe tailored kinds in many different. models -- all colors -- sizes for women, misses and juniors. Stunning New Suits $22.50 and $35 Values Many styles to choose from, including stunning flare effects, new pleated models, youthful styles and braid trimmed, '·uita. Stylish Coats Smart Dresses Specially featured at this ponnlnr price, the style leaves nothing !o be desired. Colors are the most popular for the new season. Cliopyle. OI10PYIJ7, April 5.-- Mrs.. Irwin Sh:(t«r, Bate-i Barclay, Hugh and Clh'd CorrK.l'n ware among the. ca;i:3 in Ooanelisville yesterday to char the bcy* off to camp. .Juse Burnwcnth of Confluence was a tiler here yesterday. '. M. Rust. .was. a business visitor : -,;Conne!ls lr iHe yesterday. ' ira. Grar" Shipley and daughter o. BidweU sptoit Thursday in town stopptop. Hampton Pctter vas a caller in ftcnelivtillp T esterday. The Jted vross met yesterday at .'re. T. M. M'.-.chell's. . E*7. T; .runer is holding revival the Kentncfc church. '"- r . G. CorrUtan and several ne ill at their home with the Presbyterian church on Sunday evening, April 7, at 7.30 o'clock. One is for '.he old soldiers of 1S61- 1865 and the other for- tile boys now in the service of our country. All the old soldiers are cordially Invited and everybody wii[ be welcome. · -MIO"?'- oB, April 5.-- Miss -Marie 3fi"cPn rland of Scottdale, is spending a for days _here witli her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William MoFarland. Among the draftees that left yesterday were, James Barclay, Clarence Saylor, Charless Lee, Edward. Corristan. Milton Holiday and "Walter Chuck of Uaiontomi, formerly from her*. Mies Helen Robinson o* Ursisa, is the guest of Oaiopyle friends for a few days. Miss Irene Jacfcson is visiting her sister, Mrs. Strickenberger at Chicago, IM. George Hokman was a recent visitor in Uniontown. Thomas Seese was in town yesterday on business. CQNNELLSV1LLE , LOSES HOPE "For 10 years I suffered severely from stomach tro-.ibie. The doctors said I ihad cancer of the stomach and nothing would do but an operation. I took my last round of Mayr's won- d*rjul Remedy two and a. half years I ago. Since then I sleep well, eat what I want and feel fine," It is a stapie. harmless pieparation that removes the cAiarrhal -mucus from the intestinal tract and allays 1ihe inflammation which causes practically- all stomach, liver aod Intestinal ailments, including ap-pendi-citis. . dose "will convince or money r( ed. A. A. Clarke,--Adv. f( One :und-ill Perryopolis. PERRYOPOLIS, April 5.--The Bible class of the Christian church met on Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Galley. The following program was rendered: Vocal solo, Thurman Hixenbaugh; piano solo, Emma Ramsier, followed by a talk by Walter Byers; Mrs. Ollie Luce gave an essay using the subject, "Fajth, Sacrifice and Popularity of Work Todiiy;" Mrs. William "\Veimer read the Periodical and Thomas Hixenbaugh and Mary Blair gave recitations, after which Mrs". -Allen Galley gave a talk which was followed by a daintv luncheon and victrola music. J. H. Price of Dawson transacted business in town Wednesday. "W. L. Risbeck of Star Junction was a recent business caliar. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Skiles were Uniontown callers "Wednesday. The Junior Christian Endeavor of the Christian church will meet with .Miss Ora "Wingrove Saturday at 2 o'clock. Howard Adams heard Dr. Hillis, lecture in Connellsville. Wednesday evening. J. O. Strickier of Smock was in town Thursday. JI. E. Townsend of Platwoods was a town caller yesterday. .The, King's Heralds will most ut the home of Nora Anderson Saturday at 2 P. M. Dunbar. D. C. Eason for wall paper.--Adv.-- 26mar27t Spesking Gently. "You say he has a lovely disposition." "H'nmleifully lovely. I hnve known him to so all over the golf links and never say imything more emphatic than 'Oh, fudge!' " ^~ Relief from Eczema Up to ?7.50 values featured at this popular prize. Dozens of new styles to choose from-large hats and small hats of all kinds in Liseres, Fancy Straws, Milan Hemps and Georgette corabinationF charmingly trimmed with flowers, fancies, ribbon and wings. Special Values in , CHILDREN'S TRIMMED HATS $1.48 $1.95 Men are taking" advantage of this opportunity to lay in a. season's supply of A wide selection of new Spring patterns to choose from in all sizes, 14 to 17. Better stop ill today and select at least six--or pay at least a third more later on. · fr BOYS' SUITS Special Values at New Spring Waists--$6.50 and $7.50 Values Very latest bead trimmed and hand embroidered styles in Peach, Orchid, Maize, Fresh and White--Special New Spring Waists Of Voile, Organdie, French Voile and Batiste Neatly trimmed with lace hemstitching, tucks and hand embroidery--Specially priced $1.95-$2.95 3.50 to 6.50 Women's Stylish 'Spring Boots AT GEKUESE SAVINGS AT "THE JUG STORE" Women's Shoes Of new Tan Calf, lace style, imitation tips, military heel, specially priced _ Misses' Shoes . Of Dark Brown Kid with cloth tops, English, lace style, regular $6.00 value _ _ Women's Shoes Dark Brown Kid, lace style, Louis heel, imitation tips--a $10 value The Home of Children's Serviceable Footwear Children's Shoes Of Patent leather -with cloth, tops, button style, sixes 5 to S-- ^T1PC13,1 _i.!i. j....-. I t-r T. .. t-n ,--~--. -Youths' English Shoes Gun Metal leather, lace styles, all sizes, 13% to 2--$3.50 values --Special.-Boys English Shoes' Gun Metal leather, lace style-sizes 2 J / 2 to 5V2--Special at this sale Vanderbilt. . Zemo is a claar.,_ penetrating, antiseptic·' llways dependable. The E. W. Rose Co., Cleveland, O. - I Don't worry about eczema or other I skin troubles. You can have a clear, j healthy skin by using a little zemo,! · obtained at any drag store for 35c, or : r extra large bottle at $1.00. ' i VANDERBILT, April 5.--.Miss Elsie j Zemo gc n cr ally removes pimples, black-' Edwards has returned home from a : heads, bitches; eczema, and ringwormj visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Madigan j and makes the shin clear and healthy. oi Clarksourg, W. Va. Wanted--Gi in the new" Ohii tenville, Oiiio. No scrubbing cleaning. .Give a three year's thorough .coarse of training- - . Have a Nurses' Home "with all conveniences, j --Adr.--J-3L W. A. Cosgi-ove was a business caller in Connellsville on Thursday. Quite a number of people from here vere in. Conneilsville yesterday to see ;e draftees off. Among the people ·ire Miss Jessie Arison, Miss Carrie ison, Miss Ester Cosgrove, .C. B. ison, James W. Bailey, Robert Ad; Kobert-Lint, E. M-. Shalienberge'r, ':Z. Beatty, Fred Baker, Martin j'ic and R. E. McLaughlin. ' « "rs. Frank Bag!ey,*id- : .daughter, Mrs. "Wilbur Shai!enberger.,and iaiFere shopper la Connellsyille yes ? P ' - y. .' t FOR SALE. Good clean, stiarp building sand, tiJso moulding" sand. Sank First, street, "West Side. Trl- State r33. CHAS. H. 119 North First street, .West Side, ConnellavUle. Pa. J. B. KURTZ, NOTARY PUBLIC . AND REAL E»TATt: «. t Cwtli Mudow- Uui* MlivlH* «'·'.'. TRE CHILDREN'S MATINEE SATURDAY 1O CENTS " · In a New Play of Today tt ' ~ ~ ~ CHESTER A Comedy Drama in Four Acts An Entlrely^New Scenic Production Three Nighis, STARTING MONDAY A Ccmedy Drama in Four Acts; Matinees Monday, Wednesday and Saturday \\7I17C 1 " W IF £L

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