The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 24, 1918 · Page 11
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 11

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, April 24, 1918
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"WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24,1918 THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLB, PA. PAGE ELEVEN. The Sale That-Will Make You Rub Your Eyes and Wonder A WONDER ALE Manufacturers The most Colossal Purchase ever made for the benefit of the public of ConnflIsTilIe and Ticinitr. Our Jfew York resident buyer having informed as of these surplus stocks from the leading Ife-n York manufacturers at a Special Price, we -wired him to close the deal, and v« Tvfll therefore put on Sale the entire purchase of Men's and Ladies Spring wearing apparel at prices that will mate you WONDER how It can be done. + Sale Starts Thursday, April 25th, Lasts 9 Days Children's- 85c Gingham Roni. pers special. $125 Ladies' best quality Percale Bungalow Aprons 95c $3 50 CreT Rug; size 36J72 special $1.95 18q best qual-' ^ + v Percale in all colors, spec al -pcc -\d me 35c Fancy Bongalow Cretonnes, special per j d 23c ?200 3 C C and ' Justnte Corsets discontinued sty-, les, special 99c $6 DO Silk Taffeta Skirts striped and plaid, effects, at $4.99 ?100 Ladies Sia Hose all colois, special 59c 25c Ladies' Fine Gauze Vests special 18c Jl25 Fancy Voile Waists all pretty styles special 69c 25c good heavy ribbed Boys and Girls Hose, 15c 95c Bovs, I\_nee Pants, dark patterns all sizes special 59c 50c Boys' Percale Waists light-and cTark colors spec al 29c 25c Fancy Check Dress Ginghams, 16c Hundreds of vards of Remnants at H1LF TRICE Wonderful Values-in Women's and Misses' Coats, Suits and Dresses ·; Oar Greiit Wonder Value in the biggest assortment of Ladies' and Misses' Snits ever shown in Con- nellsTllle at stnsjitional loir prices. * Up to $15 Suits For S25 Suits For $27.50 to $32.50 Suits for $9.99 $14.99 $18.99 Record Breaking Prices on Women's and MJSSCS Newest Up-to-Dale Coats at $9.99 and $14.99 BEAUTIFUL SILK · Dresses at $9.99 and $14.99 In Taffeta and Crepe Dethine--in the Smartest Styles These Wonder Values For Thursday, Friday and Saturday Only. $2.00 and 82.50 Curtains In beautiful patterns, made of {me cable net in about half a. dozen different patterns, including Scrim Curtains special for 99c 21c Brown Uluslin Good heavy quality, (g-J A A spceial 7 yards for _._ tP-L»vFv/ Limit 7 yardb to each customer. L L U L L m j l L V I $2.39 Shoes, Up to $1,00 Values One lot of men's and ladies' newest style shoes, in button or lace , in all kinds of leathers, special for $1.25 Work Shirts The famous made Jack Rabbit Shirts in Blue Chambray, Black Satteen, blue and black stripes, special $1.00 Percale "Waists Made of best blue and gray Percale, "'1 fast colors, oulton front and belted styles, special , 20c Pure Irish Linen Toweling Made of fine Twill Linen, best quality with facc border ~l ~t _ edges, special, yd. JLJLiL $3.50 and $1.00 Waists In Silk, Crepe de Chine and Georgette Crepe all the newest leading shades, ecialfor $5 Xenet Trimmed Huts All beautifully trimmed in the latest ideas for $2.95 OUR WONDER SHOE VALUES Women s $5 Kid U J O Q K Men's 5.5 00 Fine j»O QA Shoes m all colors pO.«7cl Dress Shoes . _ «PO.«7t/ Women's $7 50 Fine J»f* A A Bojs' and Girls' fl»-| A A Dress Kid Shoes «P«J.«7\/ Ji2 50 School Shoes - «DJLe*7*/ Your Spring SUIT Is Rteht Here All New Styles and Fabrics Strictly Hand Tailored, regular §15 -ralne, Wonder Sale Price jiuu, regular QJLO vaine, $9.99 Men's and Toung Men's Snits Hand Tailored Suits--Pure Wool Fabrics--Newest Stjles 14.99 Mothers Will Appreciate This Wonder Value in Boys' Suits All S!7es latest styles, regular $5 00 values _ . CAP FREE WITH EVERY SDIT. $1.50 Dress Shirts Men's Fine Percale Drets Shirts in dressj, neat patterns, all sizes QQr» for _ Ot/L 75c Underwear Men's Fine Balbriggan Underwear, shirts and drawers, special at 39c 75c Percale Underskirts SOc Muslin Drawot-s. embroidered trimming $100 Ladies' White Emoroidered Skirts $1 50 Ladies' Mw,lin Gowns Men's 25c Dress Hose, silk lisle " - 50c 33c 69c 9Sc loc IE Addition to These ^ onier Valnes We Will Give Yon S. H. Green ! Trading j Stamps The Wonder Sale of the igc Come And Be Here Early $2 95 Traveling Bags $1.99 s' 9Sc Wash Suits T9c Men s $1 50 Union Suits . 79c Men's 20c Canvas Gloves . lie Men s § r ! 00 Working Pants $1.49 WILLIE HOPPE HELD UP AS MODEL AMERICAN BY WASHINGTON PASTOR I i William F Hojpe champion balkiine bllllardlst of the world, had a ncn «iperlence recently when he was called to the pulpit oE the First Melhodlst chnrch b} Bev Dr PYancis Bargelre Sl'ort and introduced to the congrcga tlon Doctor Sliort was ^penldng on The Rejected'Man or Imencan Man hood" and v-as discus-^iDg \\hnt ·nanti. to be done- \vjth-the millions of men who ha\e been rejected by the army -because they are physically -unfit He pointed to Sir Hoppe as an example of ciean living He said, in part. "Yon all know wh:it HE ardent booster I am of ( clean qport,"* said Doctor Short. "Mr. Hoppe esempliPes clean sport. Years ago when he was a hoy he set his ejcs on the worlds billiard championship In order to attain his end he knew that he would, hnvq to hold himself under-physical ^objection He Is a total ^ibstQliier f^om, strong drinL and other_ forms of physical excesses and has/nchityedjr, r^sord; m his chosenjitie otsuqrtb never before- 1 touched by anyimUviiraafc- Bis-sorccss is largely due to Wb clean Uyras" The photo shows Hoppe and his partner, R. B Patterson making a few t shots for the edification of the jackies at Mare Island Cal UTS TPU TRIED OVK Cl^lSSITIED ADS. THKT COST O]TI,T le A WORD. Confluence. OHIOPYLE ..April 23--Mrs Anna Glotfelty and daughter of Beaver Palls are spending a fo» weeics liorc the guests of Mr and Airs T B McClam Miss Mae Maust of Prttsburg, spent Sundaj the guest of her sister, "Mrs J C Wolfe J A Inviii returned to Pittsburg after a. £en [Uj s spent aiu c Alifas Coia Maust of lialtimore Md and father, ill Maust of Lena Alta, W Va, spent a fmv days last iveek with iir and JIrs J C Wolfe Miss Ophelia Cunningham of Cou- nellsnlle is spending a few oas here Misses RutL and Lois Eairerty of Connellsville, are the quests of their grandparents_h_ere Mr and Mrs F C Burdette =on Jack aadiliss Ruth Sailor and blether Downer motored c Addison pad Uniontown Sundaj '" John Weaver has retumed from a nbit near Uniontown Harry Glotfel'y of ConnellsviJle, arrived here Sundaj Frank Graliam^^as a. Conne'lsville caller Monday Bead oar advertisements DOING AWAY WITH THE INDUSTRIAL SCRAP HEAP Railroads and Manufacturers Are Learning to Eliminate Waste, In* cIudingJ3ramageof Man Power. Confronted by the nc.tess.ity of utll- 'izing oery possible trathc facility for "War material, the railroads are ^olng to- the scrap~Heap lot additional oquip- mcat 'ihe aie patching up discarded ]ocoraoti\£s and engines 25 jeaifc. old ha\ e been rebuilt and made "better than when they were new" No doubt the railroad scrap heap la the In rgest of all American ^crap lictips and by that token the one from which most material can be sahugeU But the conditions of railroad \\aste and extraagauce in the name of cC- Hclency equally charactertae al! Anici ic:m indutrj and QIC ne'w railroad polfcy of reclamation Is Import mt as an example and a precedent. \Vhnt the K»rtn£e piii !s as an (n flex of household Ihrlftlesfanes^ (MG scrap henp is as a monument to v ibfc iul metnoi i, of r a i n u f a ( t u r o Bui I h e grenrc-it of all \\ istea progrc'-slve manufnctureis now reajfze lies tn the cj-idess mnnlpnUtiou of man power -Industrial Conservation New York Ing to his colleague remarked, wMh warmth '"W ell, I've heard of cheeky things In m life, hut that man beats all' What do you think 7 He just asked me to give him $25 to buy a wedding present for his cook 1 " DIDNT APPEAL Trf SENATOR Western Statesman Had Wrong Im pression an to Recipient of Proposed Wedding Present Soon after the convening of a new session of congress the announcement was made of the approaching mar riage of Anson G MpCook, who was them secretory of the senate A subscription v, aa im oxediatelv started among ths senators for the purchase of a wedding present Two or three prominent senators volunteered to collect the money Senator X, one of the richest men m the senate at that t me, was one of these Seeing a new western senator who had not et been approached on the subject, Senator 2 went to him and said ' Senator Sloctnn, I want you to give me $25 " "What for^" demanded the new member 'Tor McCook's wedding present,' explained Senator X "111 see ou about It tomorrow/' answered Slocum, with a scowl "All right," said Senator X ae he walked away but don't forget it" Senator Slocum watched him until he was out of hearing; and then, turn- Novel Way of Advertising. 1 The advertising manager of a leading: French business firm has evolved an ingenious plan for evading the prohibitive taxes imposed by the law o£ Jim 12, 1912 on unsightly billboards disfiguring the countrys de For the long 1 uglj advertisement boards flank Jng the railway, -which formerly were a blot on the garden city of Paris and Its suburbs, a Juvlsy firm has now ^substituted, a large bed of nosers in a feld adjoining the Orleans Lne, the design representing a yellow cow, u hich is the trademark of the arti cle in 'which the Pnn trades There by it not only circumvents the law, but also provides a mora effective ad /ertisement than that offered by the Cornier billboards Tig plan has proved so satisfactory that it is ei pected that railways m the neighborhood of iargs French tov ns will be beautined by similar floral parterres, designed to advertise articles o£ com nierce We Are you with good No matter what to serve printing. the nature of the job may be we are ready to do it at a price that will be Satisfactory Truly Horrible. "Oh, Henry, she said when she flae thrown off her wr.ioa and Hung herself into a chair, "I m an raortl fled "What's the matter, dear 7 'I met Mrs Biggies tt ths reeop tion, this afternoon, and she seemed so nice that I stood there beforo the eiowfl for ha'f an hour and talked to her When we were lei-vlng he- chauffeur drove up in an old four cylinder car and after she had taken her seat m it she called out right be fore ft* erj boJ that she w ould expect me to cajl on her soon." Try our classified advertisements. A Quicker Response Means Quicker Peace ]\ow is tue tin ti subscribe " Thud JL-oiu i j i.d- issued in ', -ounts a. $50 and UD and pap · 4 1-4^, interest They afford jou the safest investment on. earth. Subscriptions received for these Bonds Just One Thing Better Than Baying A Liberty Bond- Buy Two Or taree or four or as many M you possibly can Bver bond jou buy is a direct blow at the Kaiser--another shell hurled into the ranks of the enemy. And besides you make a mighty safe and profitable Investment. Bonds -nay be bought on the Installment Plan at tils bank. 120 W. CraTFforfl Ave, ConnellsTlUe. "The Bank tbat Docs Things for Xon"~ Capital and Surplus $300,000. Msrehaots who advertise in this paper will give you best values for your money.

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