The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 12, 1918 · Page 5
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, April 12, 1918
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TKTDAY, APRIL 12, 1918. THB:DAILT·COTraUJ!R^CONNElJ^SVI^iE, PA. FTVK. MRS, LEWIS NEWS OF THE DAY AT MT. PLEASANT nr BRIEFLY RELATED! i TM A'ew Device to be Installed bn-thie Fire House : Do6rs. Will PREVENT PETTY THEFTS li»e Locks, WUTSelf Closing Amtt- gen«nt, Will Effectually Eliminate Loafing in the Station Daring tk« AbcM»ce oi tie FircmM; 'o|«s. SIT. PLEASA-NT, April 12.--j. Z. fax, the contractor, 'is getting ready to start on the repairing of the doors at the borough building where the fire trucks are taken out. The doors-are too narrow. Time lock hinges will be installed. These are being purchased from tbe American La France people and are opened by the driver pressing a button irtien he is ready to start out o£ the building and arc set fo:- three, five, tea minutes or. whatever time the firemen wish them to stay open and at the end of .this time the doors close, locking. The cost oi the hinges will be saved in a short time 1 by keeping .persons from entering the hose house and picking up clothing and other articles after the* members -of the fire department have either put on gum clothes and left civilian clothes or laid down gum clothes and hav« either kind, carried off. All must leave the engine liouse as soon as the truck is gone or they will be locked in until the driver returns to open the ijoors for them. These singes arc expected at any time. Books Received. A nice lot of books Tvere received at the sample room of, the National hotel yesterday afternoon, and although they were not packed they will be at an early date. · (!o t» Camp. S. C. Stevenson and D. M. Pieman left last evening for Camp Hancock, Augusta. Ga.. to visit their sons, Lieutenant William c. Stevenson of Company E, 110th regiment, and Supply Sergeant Morris J'igman. Soldier IJor Home. EdJward Bergman of Company £, 110th regiment, is visiting at his home here. . Tell* How She Was Made Well by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. 'Brooklyn, N- T.,--" Par on« year I i was miserable .from a displacement, I " which caused agen-j eral run-down condition with head. aches and pains in ; my side. My ; sister : induced me to try ! Lydia E-Pinkham's j VegetableCom- \ pound. I found it. h o I p e d me-' very. much and such a splendid tonic that I am recommending it to any woman I w n o h a s similar j trembles."--Mrs. ELSIE . G. LEWIS, 30 Vernon Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. Such conditions as Mrs. Lewis suffered from may be caused by a fall or I a general weakened'run-down condition ' of the system, and tbe moat successful ' remedy to restore strength to' muscles j and tissue and bring about a normal healthy condition--has proved to be this I famous root and herb, medicine, Lydia ! E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. j If you have disturbing symptoms you do not understand write Lydis E. Pinh* Medicine. Co., Lynn, Mass. Tho To Heal Bed Sores For 25 years physicians and nurxi hire never found anything equal to Sykes Comfort Powder One box prores its extraordinary, healing power for any skin inflammation, J25c at the V'lnci and other drug stores The Comfort Powder Co., Boston, MUM. TO ALL STOMACH SUFFERERS CONNELLSVILLE TAILOR MAKES VALUABLE FIN I) ."After spending J900 for medicine and doctors in four years without getting aTiy benefit for storoaca trouble and bloating I was induced by my druggist to try llarr's _ Wonderful Remedy and must sa\thara'?l bottle has done me |5{W worth of good." It is a simiple, harmless preparation that removes tbe 'catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and alla'5 the inflammation which causes practically all stomach, liver and intestin- . al ailments, including appendicitis. j One dose .will convince or money refunded. A. A. Clatke.--Adv. MWWMMMMN "The Big Store" Connellsville's Shopping Centeif "The Big Store" Has No Equal for True Value-GivingMVe Prove This' Statement Every Day in The Week. $1.50 Pure Silk Hose $1.39 Pboenis full fashioned .thread. Silk Hose, grey, brown, tan, blaclt and white, at jl.3! in khaki, new j| the pair. Children's. XSc Hose 21c KQBACKERS W " " 75c Silk (Hoves Women's purr Silk GloVes, double finger sixes, black or white, the 'pair 49c. 59c tips, all THE BIG STORE Boys $1-25 \Vasli Suits 95c Children's fine ribbed Hose in black or white, sizes. Special, the pair'Slc. New Spring stj'les. combination colors and military effects, sizes 2^4 to 8 years, at (he suit, 95c. I use this means to.reach all those who have beea suffering with stomach trouble; 1 have been cured and I want to give you th« benefit of my experience; 1 suffered with stomach Perryopolis. PERRYOPOblS, April 11.--A pat-; riotic meeting will be held in tbe ala- i niond Sunday at 2 p. m, | i -\lr. and Mrs. T. W. W.einier were ! troubles for seven, years; during that; pittsburg callers Wednesday i time I doctored with some o£ the best! r, r . .R. p. Kamerer was a recent' stomach specialties, tried Christian! Fayettfc City caller ! Science, physical culture.' a hundred i j :r . and Mrs. O. W. ChaJtanl of Un! odd family remedies, all the patent j i£)n town were calling on town rela- j medicines I saw advertised to cure! ,j ves Wednesday indigestion, and took everything any- . Ur .. and Mrs" W. H. SJocum and ! body would sugges;.. but with no re-; Pro j. and Mrs . j^ ^ -intolerence" i lief. At last I found a cure; the first j la Conneilsvllle Tuesday evening. 'I dose gave me instant relief; I could j The Ladies' Aid Society of the j hardly believe it would continue to Christian church held an all-day meet- I give me relief, but it has now been iag at (he Uomc ot Mra . Cora EIalr | two years since I have been cured of · Thursday j stomach trouble: all my friends who Howard Adams was a West Newton have used the medicine have been | caller Thursdav cured; if you have had my experience j Mrs- Ina _ Moas was a recent (.,,,,,,,. or know ot any of your friends who.! i ovf n caller are suffering., write me, inclosing j The C. W. B. M. of the ' Christian stamped envelope and I will tell you ' cailrch wil , mect al lhe homD 0[ Mps how to get this medicine; this U no.| Howard Aaarijs Satur day at 2 p. m. j Mrs. W. J. Law is spending a few i days at Pittsburg. patent medicine advertisement, but is the only way I can reach those who want to be relieved of. the terrible stomach misery. F. D., 225 X Craig St., Pittsburs. Penn.ii.--Adv. VTuat Hare Tea for Sale! · Tell the public through our classified 1 column. The cost is 1 cent a word. I Kev. "Wbeaton, of Ohio, has accepted the call to the Christian church. The tV. C. T.. U. met with Mrs. Edward Ramsler."Wednesday. Try Onr Classified Ads. One cent a .word is ail they cost. KEEPING SOLDIERS STRONG Early in the world-war cod liver oil was selected to fortify the health of soldiers against the rigors and exposure of camp life and to help build up enduring strength. SCOH'SSIIULSION that actually guarantees the pure quality of Norwegian Cod Liver Oil vhich is refined in our own American laboratories. ,4^" If 'is skilfully emulsified to promote prompt assimilation which is always difficult with the raw oil. · Scott's Emalsicn is famous for putting power in the blood to ti-twart coicls, grippe, pneumonia' and lung trouble, it is free from alcohol or opiates. · ' Scott «LDo»vnc.B:oomfield,N.J. ^-jt Our Underselling Ability Forcibly Demonstrated in this sale of Women's and Misses' New Tailored Fancy Suits Actual $22.50 and $35 Smart Suits $18.5O Many models to choose !rom, including: stunning flare affects, pleated models, youthful sport suits and' braid trimmed styles, many with silk waistcoats and over collars. Serges, poplins, gabardines poiret twills, etc. Re^ulnr and extra sixes at J38.50. Regular $29.75 and $32.50 Suits $25.00 Distinctive models in a choi'rte' variety of tailored and fancy effects', found only at "Tne Big Store." Smart braid trimmed'suite, straight line or ripple backs with peplums. Misses sizes, 14, 16. 38; women's sizes 54 to 46; stout sixes 42*£ to 54%. New Spring* Dresses, $25.00 to $29.50 Values Georgette Combinations, crepe serges and smart taffeta Dresses, lection at ?1!1.75. $19.75 de chines, fine A wonderful eel- $10.00 Smart Jfew Dresses, $12.75 to ?13.50 Values Clever new styles in the most popular colors and combinations are here ready for your selection at tie popular price of ?10.00. While we have Suits at every price--Coats at every price and Dresses at every price--all of which represents the utmost in value-ejving--the very latest styies and tbe largest varieties in the county--we wish to call your special attention to these special which, we have selected--knowing that the values are ertraord- inary and that every woman who is thinking of buying a new garment will ccrtsinly be well pleased from, our immense assortments. New Spring Waists That Leave. Nothing to Be Desired in Style, Color or Value. Indeed so complete is our showing of new Spring Waists--so many attractive models--so many smart color combinations--such excellent values--that every woman's fondest desires can be fully realized here. Prices range from PSc tin to 515. Specially mentioned are Waists at 98c $2.95 in Smart styles Toilc, IiYni and Organ, dies, $1.25 values, !·. Waists of fleyrgettf. Crepe de Chine and Striped or ri»M Silks, ?2.»5. $3.95 $5 ¥ftists of Oeor- setto Beaded and hand embroidered, also crepe de chines and silts, «!).»5. $5.9O Clever Waist of fiwir- l*tl« and Crepe dc Chine. »w models. 69c 1'ink Silk Camisoles Wash silks, neatly trimmed with lace. Girls' $Jy.OO Spring Coate Clever, new models for tic little tots. . '' Women's $1.39 House Dresses Full size, well made of excellent quality percale. Boys' 7-3c Wash Suits ' Spring .styles, excellent .values, for boys 2 1-2 to C years. The "UJlian Hair JVets Made of natural hair, cap shape, all shades, $1.00 the dozen, or lOc each. 98c Table Linen Special, yard -Beautiful fiorai patterns and new designs 71 inches wide. The Fad, Laundered Collars Semi-laundred collars, in new models as "Paul Revere," "Ideal" and "Joan of Arch." 20c to 50c Also cufls to match. 48c $8.90 98c 59c lOc 79c Follow the Crowds to the Millinery Department. Prettiest Styles and Varieties Here to Select From--Speci- . ally Featuring T he Big Store "Leader" Hats at $4.95 Our Clever "Wonder" Hats at $6.5O »ery one a tfew Summer Modef tliat non'd sell regularly for $2 to 94.00 more. There are Picture Hats with facings of crepe and Cover trimmed, stunning: Liseres in. black and black and white effects, 'new suits Hats ia Poke and Sailor shapes. Picturesque Floppy brim styes "with geor- geous silk facings. Many Trew styles to choose from and no two alike. We Will Save You Money on Stylish Footwear Women's $10 Grey Kid Shoes Fine kid stock, lace .style nine- inch top--Louis bee!, imitation tips.. Womea's $7."0 Black Oxfords "Very new, blaclt calf lace oxfords, new military heel, special. at $5.50. Women's $8.00 ·Black Shoes Black lad, lace style boots,.Louis;: heel, imitation tips, at the pair. J6.50. · Misses' $3.50 Gun Metal Shoes Gun metal calf shoes with cloth tops, button style, sizes 11 1-2 to 2, at f2.45. Boys' S3-50 £* Gnu Hetal Shoes $£· Blnncher, lace style, sizes 2 1-2 to 5 1-2, special $2.T9. Children's $2.00 Shoes Gun metal leather, cloth tops, lace style, s4zes 5 to 8, at fl.45. $8.95 $5.50 $6.50 $2.45 $1.45 Get back of Our Boys "Over There"--back up the boys now going and soon to leave hustle around and see what else you can do to help win the war. -Buy Liberty Bonds^-then Meyersdale. iLEYERSDALE, April 10.--Rev. D. \f. Michael of Tacoma, Wash., spent Monday dad Tuesday visiting friends and.former parishioners here, where several years ago He served as pastor of Xion ]2rangelical LTutheran church. Mr. and .Mrs". DeForest J^udwig and Lite former's mother, Mrs. E. C. L.ud~ wi£, have returned to their home ia Pittsburg after a. visit here with M'rs. lAidiwig's parents, Mr/ and Mrs. G. "W. j -who had been visiting in PUtsbnrg. Collins. ; j'stopped-Jiere_oa Uieir rotum u their Mr. and Mrs. A. C.-KenneH a»d two | tiorae in Somerset from Tuesday until children of Cumiberland are guests at j Wcdaasdaj', and svero gucsis of choir the home of Mrs. Ivennell's motn-er, 1 relatives, {lie Misses Uaer of Main street. Mrs. Idu Staub. Attoi-njss- and Kfrs. Joseph, Levy., Patronize those whn BELL-AN.S Absolutely Removes- Indigestion. , Druggists- refund money ifitfails.25c "CAP" STIFBBS AX AST BATE, SAMMT W AS MlSSUffl By

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