The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 18, 1918 · Page 5
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April 18, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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THURSDAY, APRU, IS, TH3 DAILY COURTIER. CONNELLSVILLE. PA. p,\r,r. FIVE. NEWS OF THE DAY AT ML PLEASANT BRIEFiy RELATED Jewish Women Hare Raised Fund for Support of French Orphan. SUNDAY ADVERTISER IS FINED Take-* Exception t-o Greens. burger Distributing HiiwlMllb on the Sabbath Day and Promptly Impost's 1'enalty of $10 for Offense; Xotcs. »pecia to Th* Courlor. MT. PLEASANT. April IS.--The Jewish ladies at lit. Pleasaat, headed by -Mrs. Richard Gerecter, tave raised money enough to adopt a French war orphan. They have made preparation to care for this one orphan not for a 3 ear but for as long as it may need help. Takes Kcsearch Position. William D. Robertson has accepted a position with the research engineering department of the TVestinghoii!,e Electric Manufacturing company. Mr. and Mrs. William Robertson will make their home in East Pittsburg. Ko Snudny AdTCrtlsiujf. D. C. 'Weatherhead, representing the woolen mills, who is going to have a clothing display in Greeusb irg at an early date, brought his wife and family out for a pleasure ride e n Sundaj afternoon. On his way through this place he distributed handii Is advertising his goods. The chief of police reported the matter and Burgess Stevens sent to Greensburg f i r Weatherhead. He appeared bofore the executive and paid a ?10 fine. Taken tn JoIL Chief of Police Robert Smith took Charles Cummings to jail at Greensburg for 30 days. Other "otes. The students at the lit. PItasant Institute will give a recital on Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. s Lieutenant Dr. D. A. Walker, who was visiting at cis southwa^t home following a several weeks' il'ness, left yesterday for Camp Pike. Arkansas. C. A. Sherrick of this plac-i. will be a candidate on the Democratic ticket Tor representative to the legislature from this district. Buying a Liberty Bond is a mighty -~3fc way to be one of the m.'n behind 'he gnns-e. CLAIMS PYORRHOEA IS EASILY CHECKED Chemist Authorizes AH Honorable Dmsfgists to Kotura Money if Xew Formula Does "ot Make (inras Strong und Hratthy a'ld Teelli Firm. People ·who have spongy, yoft, soro, bleedins or receding: sum.-. -r loose tewtii ,or have any symptoms of t h u r tlread disease k n o w n asr pyorrhoea, will be extremely prat t fled to K-iov, thit ftr^t class drupsists now ha* e a pre- -criptlon known ;«s ' c i n ^ i n o l that $f speedily brinfrs relief and biops xhe projtrttss of the disease that n any dentists and physicians arc aton sned . H is a highly concentrated, han iless and pleasant formula, t h a t anyone can eus- ·ly use at home Oinirlnol is Oispensed only In small, i ri^lnal bottler and the ch*enist who ·-·wns the formula p u b l i c l y a j t h o n z e s the ConnclJsvillc "Druj; Store ahtl ,itl nonorable druirK^sif to return the p u r chase price to anyone who cioc^ not lot'ce a decided improvement a f t e r the '.·-c of one bottle.--Adv. Ohiopyle. OHIOPTLE, April 18.--Mrs. R. A. .Uarshall **« returned to her borne at *' Somerset after a few days' visit here mth her parents. .Vr. and -Mrs. _\I. !;ofter. D. R. DUlinger of Somerset, is .pending a few days here on business. Mrs. A. A. Corristan anfl daughter, Miss Delia, spent 'Wednesday shopping and calling on Cpnnellsville friends. Mr. and Mrs. Bryson of Mt. Braddock, are the guests of Dr. ;md Mrs. I.. Dale Johnson, the latter's parents, i.: their home on Commercial street. Miss Ida Bailey of Mill Run, spent \Vednesday shopping in town. A month old child of Mr. and Mrs. William Hyatt died Tuesday, following a short illness of pneumonia. LETS HELP HDT. BEIM Ml CMii. | Thousands Ibve Discovered Dr. j Edwards' Olive Tablets are J a Harmless Substitute. i Dr. Edwards' Olive T=Bi3to--the cnfcsS- j tnte for calomel -- 2ro a irdia bit sore ' laxaSvev and thcr effect en the liver is almost instaateneoos. Ttey are th2 rccclt of Dr. Edwards' detcmicaiim rot to trect liver arid bowel cui-iclc'--tn TTith ccicrscl. · His efforts to barich it fcrotch: cr..t tieco little olive-colored tab!^- Tbeseplecsont Et^o tablets do fie jpcd that calcael does, lat bari co bed after effects. They don't feyEra fee teeth lite strong liqpida or cdope!. Thay ta';e hold of the trouble ondruicklvccrrectit Why cure the liver at the- expanse of tic teeth? Calomel sometimes plays htrroc v.ith the goms. Sodostronsliqads. Itisl-estnot to taie calomel, but to let Dr. Etteards" Olive Tablets fofe ic placa lazy feeling come from constipation aid a disordered liver. Take Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets vrhcn you feel 'logg/* and "heavy." Noto hoar thsy "dear" clonded brein and bow they "perk up" th? spirits. i25c abox Doors Open 8.3O a. m.| p* Children's 2 Muslin Iravcrs All .11765. 2 10 14. Neatly tucked and ivoli niadc i'ncle Sam Has the Biegrst Job Any Man ETer Tackled. rle must not only organize, equip and feed a vast fighting foro, of his ovm, but he must give constant aid to our war-worn Allies. Lei him know by our response to the Third Liberty Loan, that we are backing h:m to a finish. Buy bonds until it hurts. The First National of Connelisville will accept your subscription on the installment plan.--Adv. The Extraordinary Savings Will Bring Crowds and Crowds of Thrifty Shoppers A Hundred Thousand Dollar Stock of Fine New Spring Merchandise to be sacrijced at 20 to 30 per cent off is the magnet that will keep the vast buying public coming to this sale again and again. It's an ill wind that blows nobody good. The last three weeks of rough stormy weather has prevented manufacturers from receiving big fillin orders from retailers to replenish Spring Stocks. They were caught with thousands and thousands of dollars worth of finest new Spring apparel--all just fresh from the makers needle--and in order to unload they had to sell at sacrificing prices. Our New York office with its 72 store outlet was right on the job and contracted for enormous purchases at the most unusual savings. Our share of the purchase has arrived and the departments that did not share in this wonderful purchase will add merchandise from our regular stock at the same sensational savings. 1.0 Crash Toweling - - I5c Best Calico - - - 25c Bleached Muslin - 29c Spring Percale - · 35c Huck Towels - - 6c 9c 21c 27c 22c Apron Gingham - - - 15c 18c Canvas Gloves - - - - lie Women's 13c Vests . . . He 25c Dress Gingham . . . 19c 35c Heavy Turkish Towels 29c Boys' 89c Knee Pants Boys' 4Sc'Waists - - · Men's Work Sex - Boys' 75c ¥/ash Suits · Men's $1 Night Shirts Misses' $3 Kid Shoes - $1.98 Women's $2.25 Juliettes - $1.69 85c Matting Rugs - - - - 59c 75c Linoleums, square yd. - 49c 75c Rag Rugs 59c SPICIAJ. These Exto Specials for Friday and Saturday Morning Only, 9 to 12 33c "Jack Rabbit" make at.... 75c CORSETS--200 pairs 22c PEHCALKS--big as- 0. N. T. T H R E A D -- N a t i o n - ' 50c DRAWERS--Women's very 'me quality Coutil m sortment t o se i oljt fl . onl ] l g ht ally known sewing tliread. Muslin Drawers, embroidery | OJLj-a a " numbers, black f J K r s trimmed, open or ._ -i-Ad £ v/ Qr % v hji P i (j f o r closed stjlc, at _.. $1.39 BED SHEETS--Fjll size, 72x90, well k n o w n Rosendale brand, 2 to a QQ/» I customer, each u*~fV piuk or white, embroidery , trimmed, will A a or claTk be sold at ..... _. ._ ..... 4jt jtC color $l.-'o WORK SHIRTS-- Black , MEN'S ?1.00 OVERALLS-- Well | Sateens. Chambrcys and black . made of blue d e n i m , all sixes, 36 ^ ' | j aud white stripes, famous QQ ', t o -16- will be sold a t the pair 78c $1.25 HOUSE DRESSES--Made of best quality Percale, all sizes, at only BOYS' AXD GIRLS' $3.00 SHOES-- Gun Metal leather, button or lace style, sizes 11',:. to ·1. at the d»t Tj Q ep.faf.-Li/ pair ... MANUFACTURES' OUTLET SALE OF WOMEN'S AND MISSES HIGH-GRADE NEW SPRING GARMENTS IN THREE SENSATIONALLY UNDER - PRICED GROUPS. Choice $12.75 to $15 Surfs at 110.00 Choice $22.50 to $25.00 Suits at Choice $2I).50 Jo $.'(5.00 . Suits at THAT WILL BREAK ALL RECORDS FOR VALUE GIVING--NO WOMAN WHO WANTS A SMART COAT SHOULD MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY. C'lioioi- $12.7." to $11.50 Coats at »w $19.75 (o $2-'.75 Couis at, Choice $29.75 to $32.30 Coats at $2.50, $2, $1.75 $1.25 | ^ New Waists E X T R A ! S3.00 Silt Petticoats at $8.;;0 Plaid Dress Skirts _.... SS.80 to $6.90 Silk and Serge Skirts ...... $6.90 to $7.90 Dress Skirts S5-90 Sflk Fibre Sweaters ______________ $2.35 $5.00 $3.85 Extraordinary Values in Footwear Warn en's $5.50 Brortn Kid Shoes Children's $2-00 Gun Metal Siioes Women's $6.00 BlaeJf Kid Shoes Women's SS..)0 Fine Kid SJioes $1.39 $4.45 $7.45 Third Liberty Loaij--Buy a Bond and Help Win the War for Freedom · The.Government needs your money and is wiUnis to pay 4 1-4 per cent interest. FRESH FROM OVERSTOCKED MANUFACTURERS. THE DPvESS SENSATION OF THE SEASON. STYLE, VALUE AND ASSORTMENT OUTCLASSES PAST EVENTS. Choice $15.00 (o $18.50 Fine $19.75 to 827.50 MCP $29.50 to 837.50 Drosses at, Dresses nt Dresses at Hundreds o! Yards Embroideries, up to 25c values,at yard iOc .Tap Silt Crochet Cotton Special TVtiite or Ivory Drawn Work border on both sides. Savings on Millinery $5.00 to $6.50 Stunning: cv TRIMMED HATS $2.50 rntrimmed Shapes a1 $1.39 X T R A ! 2)c All Linen Handkerchiefs at -$3.00 Lunch Cloths at , $1.30 Cretonne Knitting Hag's ,,... "Mlian" Cap Shape Hair Nets 3 for 25c $1.59 $1.10 50c Brassiers 36c Most Unusual Values in oi *i i! y tir Lhildren s Wear $2.0(1, $1.7.i and $1-50 Children's d}-| -t £\ (Jinjrliam Dresses tP-L.it/ Children's $t.0(l Middy Skirtv _._..,, Reg-uJar $1.00 Middy Blouses _ Infants' 50c Short Dresses Embroidery Trimmed 59c Save United Profit-Sharing Coupons Actually--interest on the money you fnicnd--they mean an extra saving of 4 1-2 per cent.

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