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April 9, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 1918. ^ NEWS OF THE DAY AT MI PLEASANT BRIEFLY RELATED THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. . j ! PAGE FIVE. GRANDMA USED SAGE TEA TO DARKEN HAIR She Mixed Salplmr With It to Kesfore Color, Gloss, Yoiithfnlness. Hote*. Cooper Under Quarantine Because of Outbreak of Mnmps. THREE PERSONS ARE VICTIMS Schools Are also Affected and Utalth Officer Talks 'oi Closing them to Check the Disrate; Last Appeal to Issncd for Books for the Soldiers. Special to Trip Courier. MOUNT PLEASANT, April 9.-Health Officer H. C. Jacquette yester- dt-.y quarantined tbe Cooper House on Main street, having iound three cases of mumps in one house. They are Mrs. Mary Dunn and her daughter, Drucilla, and Clinton Coliana. A number of other cases were reported to him and each case has been investigated and each case the Board of H'-'alth physician will call and examine the patient and make his report. It has been stated that' a num- her of children have been ill ivith 'mumps and chicken-pox and stjftl attend school. Mr. Jacquette stated la.5t evening that if it was necessary he would close the schools. Last Call for Books. A last appeal is being made to the residents of this -town for books for the soldiers and sailors. They may be left at the National, Rumbaugh's or East End Pharmacy or on Thursday afternoon they may be left at the sample room at the National Hotel. They will be packed or. April 11. At Presbytery Mectinpr. Rev. J. E. Hartman -attended a meeting of the Redstone Presbytery at McKeesport yesterday. ^ Refugee Clothing. Misses Anna and Blanche Galley entertained the members of the E. unit at their Church street home last evening. The young ladies are work- lns on refugee clothing. Burgess Steven? IB. T5trrgess Sam P. Stevens is very ill at his Center avenue home, siifterinp from grip. There was no police court last evening. Holds Social Session. The Re-Union Presbyterian congregation, held a social session at the chorch last evening, a continued meeting from last Monday evening * 'when they held their annual election and meeting. Common garden sage 'brewed into a, i heavy tea - with sulphur added, will ! turn, gray, 'streaked and faded hair i beautifully dark and' luxuriant.. Just j a few applications will prove a revelation i£ your hair is fading, streaked or j gray. Mlling. the Sage Tea and Sul- j phur recipe at home, though, is trou- ' .')lesome. An easier way is to get a j':xUle of Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur J Compound at any drug store all ready I lor use. This is the oid-time recipe i improved by the addition of other in| gredients. j While wispy, gray, faded hair is not ! sinful, we all desire to retain our i youthful appearance and attractive- I ness. By darkening your hair with ; Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound, j no one can tell, because it does it so j naturally, so evenly. You just damp! en a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time; by morning all gray hairs have disappeared, j and after another application or two, your hair becomes beautifully dark, glossy, soft and luxuriant. This preparation is a delightful i toilet requisite and is not intended for ! the cure, mitigation or prevention of ! disease.--Adv. Manufacturers' tains. Beginning Dawson. DAWSON, April 8.--J. F. Montgomery has moved his family from. Dicksrson Rnn to "West Park. 'Carrton Newmyer spent over Pun- day Tilth his sister, Mrs, P. Flaimery of Connelisville. Mrs. David. Smith of Cabot Is -visit- Ing her daughter, Mrs. "William B. PnrnelL J. Clarence JScGIll and son, J. C., Jr., were recent Scottdale visitor?. Samuel Coogh.en.OTH, Pittsbnrg Tjtfrft Erie yardmaster, who has 1-een on the sick list the past week, is able to be around again. Mrs. James Meehan was a recent .FittsiDTirg visitor. ' Mrs. 'Walter Goshorn . of Scottdale spent Satnrday at the home of her GOOD REPORTS FOR KIDNEY MEDICINE tho ejshties I began to sell * 'Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root and up to tha present time I have never hoard any one speak unfavorably o£ the preparation, but I Lave heard many speaJc very highly of it. Some ume ago my fataer took Svamp-Koot and derived very good results from its use. I believe Dr. Kilmer's Swarnp- H-eot is a good staple article. Very truly yours, GEORGE H. HORSING, Pharmacist. Cct. 20, 1916. Roselle Pai-fe, K J. letter to · ?)r. Klln«r Co.. ]Iln|chamtoii. X. Y. I'rore Wlat Siramp-Eoot Will Do Foi You. Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer Co., Binghamton, N. V.. for a sample size bo'-tle. It will convince anyone. ITou ·will also receive a booklet oC valuable inlormation, telling about tbe kidi.eys and bladder. "When writing, be s-ure t .and mention The Connellsrille Daily Courier. Medium and large»size bot- Ut s tor. sale at all drug stores.--adv. aunt, .Mrs. George C. McGill. Mrs. Flora Snyder of ConncllFville was a recent guest of Mrs. H". J. Bell. Arthur Fieldson is moving his family into the J. F. Black flats, Dickerson Run. Albert Mong was calling on friends in Connollsville Monday. The funerals of Mrs. James Martin, Cleveland, 0., and Mrs. James Sproat of Revere, were held here Monday. Interments in the Cochran cemetery. SHIVELY GAINED ,, 3 MORE POUNDS "Vhy It Has Kpstorcil My Health So Perfectly That It Seems a "Yes sir, this Tanlao boats anything I have ever before ti^ed," declared P. P. Shively, a well known salesman -who lives at 1007 Third St.. Jifhiata, Pa. "I had no idea it was.so good. Why, it has restored my health so iertectly that it seems more like a miracle than anything else, "I had suffered from stomach trouble. My indigestion was all out of sorts. I couldn't eat. wtenever ] dirt try to take anything solid, I would suffer from gas on my stomach and a sickening feeling that lasted tor several hours afterward. '^fy nerves were also out of gear, and I couldn't sleep sound and restful at night. I would wake up in the morning feeling heavy and languid, and I could scaj-ccly muster up enough energy to get up and dress myself. 1 seMom ever could eat breakfast. ,, "After using two. bottles at Taalac my stomach seems in perfect shape, I can. eat good and never slept butter in all my lite. My weight has been increased three pounds by Tanlac. I simply cant .get enough to eat now." Tanlac is noir sold here by the Laughrey Drug Co. Tanlac can also 'be secured in Dun- tar at D. C. Easoa'fl Drug Store. --Adv. Worth TVhilc Sarmirs On Nottingham Lace Curtains AVe will place on sale large quantities of super fine Nottingham Curtains in beautiful new patterns v.'hirc, creiini and. beige, from 2^ 10 3 yards long. Curtains, $1.25 value flSe Curtains, $1.39 value $!.*: Curtains, $1.51) value $1.1)9 Curiums. $1.75 value Priced np to the [nlr. Freshen Up Your Home Now--Or Buy for Later Use--Sensational Sav-' ings the Main Attraction A most important event--coming as it does just when every housewife is busy cleaning house and when every home win need new Curtains or bright draperies. Home-loving housewives should profit by this opportunity,to secure new Curtains and Draperjes at a saving of 25% and even more. I2i£c Curtain Scrims _ -- Special--2,500 yards of Curtain Scrim, 36 hicbes wide, in white, cream or beige, ·with hemmed borders, 9^c a yard. GOc, ftunfast /8Cfe/a Madras 'ote/lx 36 inches wide, sunfust drapery, rich patterns in blue 1 , rose, brown and green --a genuine GOc q u a l i t y ;\t -ji)t a yard. 8.-.C Scrim AQff* Curtains (2 1-4 jds.)...._... WO*^ Sale nf preUy Scrim Curtains that are suitable for your bedroom. Made ~ 1-4 yards Ion:; w i t h - lur-o edge or insertion border--whitp only--SSc pair. Extra Special Salesman's Curtain Samples 29c «« *t sny in:ttci)c(i pairs in the assort- 35c Includes finest Xotihighaid, Fillet anil Cablt' Net Curtains. Values up to $5.00 the pair--at only 20c the ,s1r:is. Scrirn Curtains $1-50 Fillet j»-j Curtains ,, _ $-1 Special reductions on attractive filet Net Curtains, made 2y» yards long-white, cream or beige--in rich allover patterns trimmed with cluny lace. ^ Shades Size 3it] ft. Columbia Window Shades. Guaranteed roller, complete with stick and lixtures, 54c. 25c Cnrtuin Scrims ,, iic "6 inch widp C u r t a i n Scrim in white, cream or beige--pretty ienn borders-Special 'J5VsC yard. iK. 12 d ra s TM TM. ?,G inches wide, superior gvad? CreLonue in rich pattern's-; 3'!c yard. f~ 25c Cretonnes Special A t t r a c t i v e r.o\v Cretonnes, latest designs ;tnd ;lov.v:'?:d p a t t e r n s for ovcrdrapes. fiimiy-vurk, etc. Oe t u n ncs t- 3tS incJi C u r t a i n .Madras, in cream or beige, in b e a u t i f u l p;UU-rns, at ri;"c yard. iTic, Curiai» "J f Scrim - JL^! .. 2 $1.00' Snniast Madras M6 inclips wide, pnnfapt drapery, bcuut;fii! allover designs in roso, blue, brown azi;! green. S('J:;! (.TKT.MMK Prfi;y 8crim Curia ins w i t h lace edge or :iisr-riion border, 2v to 3 yards Ions. $1*55 values - - ~ OSc $2.55 \ a i n e s $l.ftO 65c Vir.ct Net, yard _ P r e r t y Filr-t N«{ C u r t a i n materials. ' a i l o v r r paltc-rT-s n: v.-b:ce. c-reani and heign. / I n o ?£· -Fillet Curtahi Net .59c 49c Dickerson Run. DICKBRSON BUN, April 9.--Griff Condlll.ot South ConneUsville spent yesterday hero visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Beatly. Mrs. James Lowrey bas returned to her home at Cumberland, Md., after a verr pleasant visit with Dan-son friends. M. J. · O'Laughl-in was a business caller at Youngsto-wn, Ohio Saturday. illrs. Bert Ware and children have returned to their home at Scottdale after spending a week hore visiting the former's parents, -Mr. and Afrs. Thomas St. John. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Dunlap and children siwnt Sunday at Cumberland, .Md. Stork's First Tisit, 3JIITHPIELD, April S.-^In tho absence in Cleveland, 0., of Clark Downey the stork visited the home on Main street Monday and left a ha by girl, this -being his firs't visit to Hie home. S5c Fillft Curtain »t 69c TERRIBLE SORES A"o Matter How (,'bronlp, t h r Lautrli- rey It me Comjianj- Unanmt^t-s Sun Cura OintmiMit to Give jlellt*f iind often Permanent Onn-. "My daughter v.-as troubled for over a year with a fever sore on her lop, and was helpless in bod for three, months. To the great surprise of all, including the lour doctors who Imd attended her, San Cura Ointment hoai- od the great sore in le?s Uian SIL: weeks."--J. D. Hood, Townvilh*. Pa. Karl C- Banks, of the Atlantic Refining Co., of Pittsburg, had a sore on his ankle for a year. He doctored, and. tried various remedies, without relief. He says: "San, Cura Ointment worked like a charm; reduced the swelling and healed tie sore in two "weeks." Bear in mind. t-hn.t beside?, sores, San Cura Ointment is used "with great success in. ecacma, · ooila, carbuncles* salt rheum, tetter, also itching, bleeding and p r o t r u d i n g piles. Tn cases of burns, scalds, cuts and bruises, San Cura is most valuable. Tbx; price is only 30 cents. 60 cents and 51.20 a jar, and tbe Ivaughrey Drug Co.. Coimells- ville, and Broadway Drug Co., Scottdale. who are agents in their respective towns, guarantees it. Vanderbilt. C03IP1KXIOX .SOAT. If yxu w a n t a lOA'ely cornploxioti, with sort, velvetj' skin, free from pimples and biackheads., use San Cura Soap, the great antiseptic and skin purifier. 25 cents a cake at the Laugh ray Drug Co., Connellsvilfo, and Broadway Drug- Co., Scottdale. If you can't get it at your druggist send to the Tohmpson -Medical Co., Titusville, Pa.--Adv. j VA.V.DKJUm/r, April 8.-TMMJss Phor- i be Tljorpe of 1'crn'or^i'S, visited j relative--; litTf. 1 on j5:i:urd:iy. ! '.Mr. and Mrs. J. j^aric fiolKTta nf [ t h e home of the former's p;irents, Dr. ; and Mrs. G. B. Roberta. ·! .Miss Ourr:o Dull visited at tbe horno : nf Rev. and Mrs. Haljli Bel! or Sinith! ft^lil on Sunday, Mrs. S. ^V. Bryan is visiUnc hor son Charlcii Bryan, and family of Ilutlcr. j '.Mr.s. J. L. Ijov* 1 and daughter Jean: not to, wore callers in Cocnf-llsvillc Saturday uflcraooa. A. A. Aribon of Ciicat Havea, visit- otJ at the home of Mr. and .Mrs. R. 1C. McLuiighlm over Sunday. Karln Chambers spent Sunday at. his horn* 1 in Revere. Mr. and _.Mr3. K. H. ColUns acrl i daughters, of naT.-?oj], veiled tb? ! former's parontn, .M". and .Mrs. L. L. j Collins on Sun any af;.ernoon. ! The Auto Sales aad Repair Corn- I pany have delivered t h e following j £odirc t o u r i u t j cars in Lhi 1 last 30 ! dayp; i.cwi-; Marotu, Prank M u r o t i i , |.J. C. UeatLy, Joseph Obwpiser, of Daw- j s t i n ; Chad Chalfaiu, .lohr. 'Armwrorig I am: Koswoll Si.slny. of Pi;rryon.oliK, i and Ltwtcr D u n h a m of Star Junction. j Mrs. Bianchc Thompson and son j Wayne, of Connellsville, Kpnnt Sunday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I.. L. Collins. Try our classified advertisements, that when suffering from nervousness, sick headache, dizzy spells and ailments peculiar to their sex-nothing affords such prompt and welcome relief, as will follow a few doses of DO YOU Who to Patronizn. 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