The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 20, 1918 · Page 3
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, April 20, 1918
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fv SATlrkpAJY APRIL 20, 1918. THE DAILY COtTRIER; CONNELLSVTLLE, PA. ffi$ffiWi^.^Sfa s i TO BE A WORKER AT HOME S THEME A HOME SPENBER 34*O9» every dollar that got* out of Coniellsville for. things that might *e bou s hUn r ConneUsviUe was. spent In CoafteHstnie. many more-men In ComrtllptlTieJii:6jiia.haTe job*. '. . . THD«C;*BOU!r THAT-^u; I spend ray-"dollars out of Conoellsville end you VapOTd your dollars out of Con- nelisyirie and'alK-the-people .spend their dollars' out of ConneUsrille, what "will heroine of : Cono«ll5Ville? · THINK'ABOOTtTttAT-^H. yon want your dollar to remain at home,' work at home, live at home and Aboard at the same place, then spend it at home. TiHNK ABOUT IT--The fellow who ha»:BOC«o*i_"Trfirdj for :hii home town. «c'ltU.Ti4lilcu3lduitries 'and_Homc merchants reminds one 6C- the man. de-in the following:, ^up^aVH'h'i ·alarin of'.a-Con- clock, buUons -his Chicago, Hspeaders to DetroipoveraiU; "puts on'a-pair at cSwVfd£sho«sit»5.ned: 1 n Massachusetts; shaves Trith a Michigan, razor sharpened. OIL :a.'Penns'yl- Tania strop, and dries on a. .cotton tow-. IN THIRD LIBERTY LOANNOW$42S,$00 Thorj8iu]d* ; ::J0ln: in Great PARI Seeds »l Oc SatUa Expialaea^hf Jmige Cat**} aid Otben; W Svhoeiitos «MW; Oi Coke · ___ Drawer F«ts ia $; Otter Jiotea. · ?. . . f *.*· ~- -"· - -; COTirl«r.- -r'scorpprxirE, pii 20:-- Eight thour; i*and persons were in Scottdale last .. evening" to witness the big' liberty loan parade" that, took place. ei made in I+ew Hampshire; sits down to a r iJamestown table, butters his Boeheater bread, made of Mineapolia flour, with a FrtnklinTille knife and eats' 'Kansas' City· bacon and'Indiana "grits, fried in Omaha', lard,"j cooked on \a-St.- Lou/s store; . buys-, canned fruit put, up' in California, seasoned : with Bhpde Island-spice; slipe.into'a raincoat bought in Buffalo, clasps on a wool, hat purchased in Philadelphia, harnesses his Kentucky .bay; 1 fed on Nebraska corn, with a Vermont harness and drives out to his farm,, covered with an Ohio mortgage, in a Canadian wagon;: After wis Ling do urn his supper, with, a Buffalo brew, put iip"iS"New-5Jer»eyl»"-bS£tlei, -:-'he, sits r down before his fireplace Jbuilt of Bradford brick-and smokes his briar · GttiU: -Finally,.he crawls .into ajGrahd^RaDids ;bed and;ls kept awake by local 'dogs, the'only home product.:on-:thGVplace.;.':.then ;he' won7 .ders why he keeps poor--why. 'money is scirce In h ! ls 'community--why jobs". ;; lion's -business before - the Tneetinf: The ,_dis.trict. .they. .coyer, is -Everson. Btillskin 'township' ana Unper ; Tyrone .township..". : :.;r.-.^'- ~. :, ' '' First Class washing machine, rery ch'eap. Elmer Morrow, pianct dealar, .Pittiburg street, ScottdaJei-- Adr. -' ' ' " ..... '". . . Otfcer Xtt*3. \: ' ' · Jiiss Hazel -Mniyhjr [ bu .-returned from a visit "pajd- Wilkinsburg'frienfls. Mrs. -Clifford Brpthers Returned home, last eretrjnifZrom Gretnsbmg,. where she visited friends thi*rweek. ,. ^ rMIss Laura Jean 'Jarrett jett' last "evening for PitUhurgi whereVihe'will ^pend the- week-end: * .' r '- " . · ·' Sirs. John Wenstler is in- Oreens- ·bcrgr, .where she is the guect-0f ^Ir£. H Harry Wenstler. ; . . . . RKDJ1EFTIOS COMHG. Tirelra 5«bitt aad Sn In firea* Flay afterno6n the town .took on y-' patriotic' looiihg dress, as" all fit the business .. bouse: . and homes ilong Pittsburg and .the leading .a^reeta decorated their alaces of busi- |nasV .anJ iorne*. In thi parade : were ' ; t h e G:'A.'R.;'the Ital- Ian and the colored band, the school children, represemtt«iTes.-of,~Uie 'R«d Cross, the J. Oi?tg* 1 s^BiSr ; McTe»t: ' " " .Theatre. ' "Redemption." in which Evelyn I bitt and her 1 son. Russell Thaw, star, j will be presented at. the Soiison theatre three days next; week, beginning Monday. .The picture has .taken r. place as one of the most elaborate .of motion picture play". . : i Evelyn NesJritt.. whose history is 'th« 'world over; haa proved ross, e flremen _ mi»y ; citiiiens'rWlic. «s«;~ Critics of' the flbn were in (their- praise, not "because NeBblu-is the featured player, hot be-, cause'Erelyn Neabitt-has proven her- .are boosting the-ihlrdililfTiJC : lo **r" ; f. seltran .actreea of remarkable depth- The processionfniarch'edito 3xucks ant-technique, and becauae .th« ; pUj; lark, where therjK:;ira'r'^TMW!^^ hiJ.whlc! she so anipiciontly make* Sir screen debnt is hig and mercileas- ly.'true;.'" . . ' . · " ' · ' '-"'"'; «tngins'and '»ms of Allegheij : i'cuiity,"aLiia:tJiidge- herself a most versatile acreea 'act- R. E. Umbel -Walter P. local commi 'tions of J425,OOOS'*£»ffi"g^t)iatrtliis.fn-.1 eluded a aubscrijflimioljifSO.OOO-Irom -one man and ^6g^iat^oae:moaixa-.-' She grammar gjaaeir; of · the-schoote. had sold. JS.OOO, :hic;sMv.- JIc- also told of a one- armed'coke: drawer; who. isj lemployed at CenJral;'.'aad;.who^has.ftTe supp6rt;;bilt?he;tpbti.50( worth of bonds. vThiswaalbne.^!: the most · successful anoZi'. enthusiastic meetings that ew Scittdale"ljSar'-"' War Savings Slajiiw ·tnnmioo' ~f Jio aj onqi pug in* All To help you save more savings etamps and to aid yon to accumulate ^them into Thrift CertiScates in order to lend more to our government, -we Vill give -you ·free-- with every · purchase tof |10.00 one dollar's worth of "War Savings Stamps. On , larger or smaller purchases in . same proportion. ;This:shonId,helii\tlie kiddies fill. -up their cardSiQiiicMyt-'" Considering the alreadyrWelU^fewJC-Tdwriprices, quoted on the'.largest and, most com- .--plete stocks ol ladies 1 ., coats, '· suils, ' " ·.furnishings a n d - . full, assortments, of children's .and in; ' Hants':' "wearing' ' a'pparell ·'hosiery. · 'glovesv-iinderweaiy.'etc.,- at- bargain '.prices' always! It ; will pay yon, well "to "see- us :before" : buying- elsewhere. Broadway , Ladies'.^ .Store, v.Scottdfrle, ]Pa"' As you' get off'tha'car.'-- Adv.' · -"' · ' . . · ; - - FOR.SAI.B. · ^*. Good clean,' 9h«rp bull.dinv- ·and. also moulding sand. Bank First' street, We»t Side. Trl- · : Stalc-53B. CHAS. II. EXLSLBT, ril):.North First "street. W««t. . Slde,.'Conn«Hsrin«. Pa.' Mrs. Joseph .Steinec gave a linen shower for Miss Jane O'Neil at h«r -home her*,.-last'- «ening. Very nice · refreshmeh'fe"' !we"re. served·· and!'a .'very pleasant"evening"spenl.' ; Hiss O'Nefl is a daughter-of-Mrs. Mary-'O'Neil.ot Eyerson,: and : : her-wedding wiU be an event- of -next ^vTednesday. ^ · *;; Iaf»r»a! Baace. The senior clasi of'. Scottdale .has Invitations'out for an informal dance ' j,0»at ·wJUl-M.l'fW to th,e Reid, hall on Friday, Aprii 26 Kiferles orchestra .twin furnfiBi'the nmtJCV.Onrilre; corn- jnittea are Emanuel Morris Prefl Tiske, MerTe"-Waugatnan .'and" 1 Clyde Parlcer. Far Sale. ~-Sight;roo* Tiouae t «onTer lot, to A«4 "conditioir^iMderm in every-,-re~ apcct On Mulberry street for »4 000 $2,000 down land balance to-suit pur- e.IB^flWWttt Scottdale, Pa.-- ·. jtl : ^51rs. Albert. BaTr~" r snertainea""tne' Ladies' AW ^ loolety-. .of-- thej-Baptist church at'lier Garfleid avenue home on Thu^sdaj, ereninE. There;was a ^rery:int««aU«s mosical-and.;iit«rary- and follomnc this refresh \ were served. B«lld Holih SmaiiMi. Miss Lydia Titterxngton of -Muiberrj:; ' street entertained tho: members ofThe -.5Cor4d':'TCuie. guild at her home last " evening." On 'he program nas a dia logluj'ln-whleli Elsi "BrentlseJ-AUce- Keagy and Kuth Logan .took par.t ^. ^j.-His6 rLucy Clarkson sang a solo and *""·'-- VBana Mae TFsribel bad charge he^hotne^departraent work e Me*. Brme and Be the Four- and ' |i!TM»n».;.»1liln« x public maetng ''"" " "^shouU noUly maj ¥· H«r Do« YosrBick Acbe? TV YOU Bod it dJtkaHio U bold up you head and do TOOT woikf DisttMsinc irmp- too» cauatd by unhMltby eon. · · dhiona ; OMMcaQy DO ntdkiiM it nqoh-td, mtnif local ap- * . .' pUcaooo at Puo-a. TablMa, a " · ".nhiabl* healing naMdy with _ . uuiMptic, utrit(wt and took -- iff»l» almpU in tenon and~ " and n- Th» 'tun* fa. Ha* foannttM aada- P n THE FISO COMPANY SMFbilMc. Manhattam Cafe --THE-- I1ESTMJSSAHT EVERYTHING COOKED LIKE "AT HOME. Strictly Freih, Clean and Pure. ASK-FOIt : OUR"SPECIAL CLUB JBREATAST "AND SDNDAY DrNrfER. 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