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April 23, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 10

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f AGE TEN, THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 1'JiS. XAX1SJCL IKiSTO. Yesterday's Kesnlts. Plttsbujg 5: St. Louis 1. New York 4; Boston 2. Philadelphia 3; Brooklyn 0. Cincinnati 3; Chicago 2. Steading of the CloJu. Now York Philadelphia. Cincinnati Pittsburg -Chicago ST. Louis _ Boston B-ooklya 1 1 : . o Pet. n.ooo .soo .600 .500 .500 .200 .000 Today's SchedHle. Pittsbnrg at St. Louis. Brooklyn at Philadelphia. Chicago at Cincinnati. Boston at Nevr York. X I.TIAGtTE. Yesterday's Ttesttlts. Cleveland S: St. Louis 1. Now York 11: Boston 4. Philadelphia *: Waslrington 1. Detroit 7: Chicago 3. Quickest Pain Killer on Earth I Mnstachie Stops All Pain in Half the Time it 'lakes Other Remedies--Oftentimes in Fire Minutes, Subdues IB- luflamatioB and Beduces Swellings With Amazing Speed. TAKES OPTLY OSE 25 CEJtT BOX TO PROVE IT Don't be dovnhearted! NftTCr mlixd if you have tried plasters ami liniments and other thin»pj that don't start to banish the pain ami agOBT till day after tomorrow^ H you want to Icttl pun. feet rM of aches--draw out InflnJnmatimj and males all swclliojrr disappear with ozna.3inK speed Pft a Zac.box of MUS- TABJ.S-K rlsbt away. Chemist BP.KV d i?oyv-*Ted 'Afnstarlne- Ho made it of pood, honest ti-ue y«Uow mustard--added other pain destroying ingredients--^oak out the blister and .uatonirbed the medical profession: by giving: to the world a. preparation ten D unbar. Standing. 01" the Clur*. W. L. Pet. Cleveland - Petroit New York _ Washington Kt. Louis Chicago --_ Philadelphia .SiSV .775 .300 .429 MO ADO .333 .200 . Today's Schedule. St. Louis at Cleveland. Philadelphia at Washington. New York at Boston. Detroit at Chicago. 70,OOOJJEMSGUNS Ordered by the Government Despite the Tnrn Down by Ordnance Experts. ·WASHINGTON. April 20.-^ t be- uame known here yesUrday thit the ,;twernment had awarded contracts for 70.000 Lewis machine guns, despite lie fact liat Secretary Baker-acd ordnance e::perts a few months a;o re. Jected tbat type of gun for ground ftshtins, and said that the son wonld only he nsed in- aeroplanes. . I a is stated that the production of Lewis gtms in the United Status was alkxred .to run down to 50 a .weefc, but that now 130'are being manufactured here each day, and that by Jannary 1 tho production will be 300 doily. Becanse Colonel Lews, the inventor of tie gun. had agreed :o turn ' back all his royalties to the. government, it is stated thai he will retorn to the federal treasury approximately 53,500,000 on the 70,000 order. Colonel Lewis-is a Fayetto co-rattan, having been born and reared ii Nicholson township. Saving dollars anxS wasting the lives of the boys' in the trenches is poor business. Better invest in a Liberty Bonds. DCNBAR, April 22.--Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allen of Pittsbnrg were the guests ot Airs. Ella Hamilton Stmday. D. C. Eason for wall paper.--'Adv.-- 26mar27t. Miss Sara Retoer, who : has been Kick at her home Is reported some better. Harry Baker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Baker of CcnneJlsTille street, left today for Camp Lee after spending his fnrioagh. of a few days here visJHns friends and relatives. Andrew TVSshart was calling on friends in Connellsville Sunday. Miss Rachel Seamans is on Ore sick !ist Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Gaddis were shopping in Conuellsville Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. R, V. Miller and dangMer. Jean, motored from: Dixon- vUle and win spend few days here visiting relatives. If Ton TTant Something Advertise for it in our classified col- i i i i i n . One cent a word. PRAISES WELL KNOWN KIDNEY MEDICINE For the past thirteen years I have been in my present location and during all that tim« Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- Root has been in, my stock and I aim 10 always keep it. as my customers are generally satisfied with the results obtained from its use, and I have heard them recommend- Swamp-Root to others. - . Very truly yours, JOH2S* Kl OAKLAND. Ira^ist- 5, 1SJ-6. Hanisburg, Pa. YOB. TTIU Do For Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer Co., Binghamton, N. Y^ for a sanyple size bottle. It will conrince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable JnlormatiOD, teiMug about tbe kidneys and olad^r,- "Wtfin writing, be sure and mention The CotmellCTiUe Daily Courier. Medrum and large size bot- ·tles for sale at all drug stores. -- adv. times b«t±«r than Grandmother's grood old-fashioned but dirty and blistering' mualard plat?tcr. t«starinc re-licvos tvackachc, hood- acbe .toothachp, *.iTa«h^ .tnri neuraJ^ia In fivf. minutes--In an hour a.11 misery ·will c]i*f?j.ppoar. · Sore throa4. pens ovor r.icht--jTrm- basro a.firotjy i n a n hour. ';'-ni. r^ilrts. stiff nnck. ncurllJK, pl**i matic pa i n n .ind p w o H m s promptly anrt nr fpcedlb MnntaHrvc;, the ortirinaJ m.ustard plaster Hnbstitute in the yellow box---oniy "" cents. Perryopolis. PBRRVOPOL.IS, April 22,--Mrs. J, A. H'ers has returned from a visit %'itfa Union town relatives. j Mr. aad Mrs. R. L. iissington were ' recent callers to Unloutown. Mrs. W. H. ifartia' was a Connells- villo shopper Saturdaj"^ AIIss Grace Pierce of Connellsville, spent Sunday wita town friends- Mrs. £*rank Stewart and Mrs. William Robinson were Connellsville callers Saturday. j Pauline Hodgkins visited relatives at Dunbar Saturday. } "W. C. Townsend and Edward Francis were business callers in Connells- i vilie Saturday. · " \ 311sses Grace Carson and ilaude] HAisseil wore Conuellsville shoppers Saturday. Frazer -Du££ and Paul Kovac were Connellsvllle callers Saturday. - Mike Karolcit motored to Monessen Sunday, \f. S. Stickei' of Unioutown, spent Sunday at his home here. j Mrs. \V. J. Law, who uaderwent an; operation at the Presbyterian hospital I at Pittsbnrg Friday, is geuiag along; nicely. j J. W. Burning and D. T. Hair of! Dunbar, were guests of L 11. Hodgkins Sunday. Dickerson Run. DICKKERSON EUN. April ?2.-Clarence Danner retu/ned to Camp Hancock, Ga_, yesterday after spending his furlough here with his mother. TV". H. BurkeU. spent yesterday with his family at Cumberland. Mrs. Harry kint of Lookout Farm was called Saturday to 'Somerfield to .attend the funeral of ber mother, Mrs. Catherine G-lass. Solomon Baker is spending sereral weeks with relatives and friends in Washington cntrcty. H. N. Moiisee of PifJftburs :s .spending a fe*v daj's here visiting his brother, J. J. Moiisec. iMr. and Mrs. Robert McCntcfceon were the guests of Councilsviiie friends yesterday. TlTio to Merchants who advertise their good* The Dally Courier. ADDS ZEST TO THE MEAL PROMOTES HEALTHY APPETITE- Don't make the mistake of thinking that all beers are afike! There's a surprising difference, and you see it immediately in o ri i pirn i r iLLMILLt Finer materials in this popular brew! Better brewing methods! No expense or effort spared to make it best possible! Ask For Gonnellsville Special Beer at Hotels, Cafes, Clubs ORDER A CASE FOR YOUR HOME Ltd Gold Bond Stamps Pay 4% on What You Spend. FEATURING For Springtime Tins store has made a name for itself,in yajrd goods. The satisfied purchasers who oom» hero season a f t r r .season for 'the fabrics they need tell more eloquently than words that Wright-Metzler Company q u a l i t y may h». identified with the yard goods section of this store. We set '.he season's pace for wash gootis hy our sppc.ial display AMERICAN COTTONS Cotton is the American fabric. Never before ha,ve American designers and manufacturers produced such weaves, patterns and colorings. Never before have American brains and American labor oo-operated to manufacture so extensively and so well. Never before has this store been able to show a collection so complete, so comprehensive and so full of suggestions. The Wash Goods Section Is Bright With NEW COTTONS Ginghams White Goods Fresh and dainty voiles in checks, stripes and plaids, effects, shadow moires, crossbar voiles, embroidered crepes, dainty lawns, balls- ties, organdies. 25c to $1.«0 the yard! Colored Voiles Some printed in gingham effects, plaids, stripes and checks. Some in pretty floral patterns, some in futuristic effects like foulards. 25c, S5c Mid 50c the yard! Cotton Suiting 36 inch white mercerized cotton poplins with colored woven plaids and stripes. An ideal wash fabric of unusual wearing qnalities. 50c the yard! A large and I'ariorl assortment of colors and paitrrns in a peoiion reserved for ginghams alone. Plain colors, checks, stripes, plaids, in modest, and l;old patterns. 2."c, 3nc and 50c the .yard! Cotton Foulards In tie patterns and colors of silK foulard, with the sheer and effect ivenp.ss of silk foulard, yet at a fraction of the price. 45c the Yard! SPECIAL! 32 inch DRESS GINXfHAMS--a small assortment in stripes and checks-- 35c values 2oc the yard Minerva Knitting Yarns In Oxford, Khaki and the Novelty Colors for Knitting Women's Garments --JfEfEBTA GKKHjWTOWJf XAKf in .Vile, American beauty, seal brcnro, scarlet, myrtle, grey, old blue, black, old rose, amber, wild rose, hyaciath. purple, gendarme, pink, hunter, cardinal, apricot and -white,--at SOc the ball- --JCDTKEYA' 8ILK-SIXJBD TAB.N' in blue green, tan, light grey, dark grey and broas*.--at 5£c the baJJ, --KnniETA SOJi SBOETJjAJfD YARN in poacock. gold, purple, sago grean. burgundy, "White and apricot,--at "Oc t.lie hall. --MINERTA SHBTI/AKT) FT.OSS in Nile, old blue, light blue. American beauty, black, pink, purple, old rose and sage green,-at 50c UIP ball. --MINERTA TICU.VE TABS in chamois, old bine, old rone, raspberry, white, turquoise. pnrple, American beauty, peacock,--lit Roc the boll. For Soldiers --MISZBTA EAXK rAllX in khaki and es- tord,--at $1.10 and 54.7." the ImnV-. --AYlATIOJf YABS, extra u t i t f %.-ustt, f oxford and khaki,--at BQc the hall. j --AK60HA IVOOIi in white, gray and black.--at SSc the bull. --ICDTERTA TA.RS, heavy and light weights, ahald and oiford for soldiers' and sailors' fiTc^jaters,--at 50c the ball. Knitting Needles --Amber and bone knitting needles in sizeg 3 to 6i.--at 25e a»d 4."c the pair. --Steel Knitting Needles, five in a set. sizes 11 to 16,--at 25c the set --Aluminum Knitting Needles, with red, green and pink tops,--at. $1.00 the pair. --Amber Rings for Knitting Bags,--at SOc to (We the pair. In a Big Attractive Assortment All Very Specially Priced at $16.95 Some of Dame Fashion's very newest sugses- t.ions for street and afternoon wear. You'll like the smart colors and Trimmings just as you'll like the materials themselves -- Taffela Crape At Chine Sercp Wool Jersey Foulards See these pretty styles -- by all in-eans see !hrm. And if you care to make a choice jl mar br in sand, green, blue-and-white, grey, navr, black. brown or rose -- and in all sizes for women and misses. Other Dresses $13.50 up to $69.75 Models here to please the fancy of even the most fastidious ^oman. Models that reflect crcdH upon their maker just as they will reflect great t r \ . * * r upon the good taste and vahie-penpp of Ujoif wearer?. Styles in serge, all-silk, rombina- tinr.: f or serge-with-siSk and silfc-wi'Ji-sUk. All coiors and si7.es. Comfy Undergarments For Tiny Tots -- Wool Bands, button front and wrapper styles, -- at 75c. -- Part-wool vests in button front and wrapper 5t ^K if H Z(!S 'TJ" 1 TMf' , , ,, -Tab Bands. 9 ,lk-and-wool, wool, all sues,- :t( «0c nurf 70c. Smart Styles in Pique Neckwear --Smart tailored vests and coliar-and-cuff sets give a Springlike touch of freshness to the serge frock or dark suit. Square scalloping gives a d e l i g h t f u l (ouch to one set of collar and cuffs.--at ?1J0. Many sets with a .slight bit of embroidery -at Toe to S1.SO. p ric cl. man,- ami 1 Gold Bond Stamps Pay 4% on What You Spend--Get Them With Every Purchase. PARAMOUNT JHE ATRE -TODAT-- TRIANGLE PRESENTS "LITTLE RED DECIDES" A DRAMA IN 5 ACTS WITH AN ALL-STAR CAST. ALSO A TRIANGLE COMEDY. - 1 o ar o E E o w -- BLUEBIRD 'PRESENTS CHARMING CARMBL MYERS AND REX DE HOSBLLI IN " THE WINE GIRL" A 5 ACT DRAMA. ALSO AN L KO COMEDY IN 2 ACTS. TODAY WILLIAM S. HAB.T IN "TfOI,F LOTTE! 1 ' Also a Strand Comedy. T03IORUOW William Fox Presents PEGGY HYLAND in «T5TE DEBT OF HOXOK" ratroniae Those Who Advertise. FOR SAlB. Good clean, sharp building sand, also moulding sand. Bank First street. West Side. Tri- Stlte S38. CHAS. H. BALSLEY. 113 North First street. West Side. ConneJlsvHle. Pa. Homer's f CiotMag § ooooocoocyvTQOoocxioooocioaQn F. T. EVANS ESTATE. BOTH PHONES. BOTHPHON3S OPPMAN'STRANSFER OPPOSITE POST OFFICE CONNELLSVILLE, PA.

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