The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 26, 1918 · Page 5
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, April 26, 1918
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·FRIDAY, APRlt 26, 191S. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVTLLE. PA, PACK FIVE. ... FRENGFTGIRLS ARE NOT ) GOOD LOOKING^ pPpN|ES . CQNNELLSVILLE SOLDIER "W. S. Ringer of South Connellsville · :ls in receipt of a second letter from I ihis son, Lawrence C. Ringer, now ] jjomewhere in France, withuhe 20th Forestry Engineers. Lawrence enlisted at Washington, D. C., :: pn P«b- ·ruary 4. Jnst 34 days after leaving his- home he stepped on French soil. He crossed the Atlantic it the time ^Secretary of "War Baker .went to. (France. * · After five days out from the home ·port the - ship encountered rough ·weather and not being -accustomed to tha?. mode of travel Private Ringer.' along irith about 50 others, found themselves on the deck of the vessel desperately trying to regain their feet. "It sure was some trip." , he writes. "I only "want to make one more trip over the pond, and that is the trip back to the U. S. X'4 '."'·' Going over Ringer met *Jacfcson I. Prinkey, a Moyer boy. whom he vras glad to see. He says that where his regiment is located the people appear to be very. poor and wear wooden shoes. He says that the French 'girls are not good-looking to him. "If .they were, I could'to .them, so'tliat makes no difference." / ! The address; of Herbert C. .Shank. and:,"J. E. Grouse, serving with' the 15th .Railway Engineers is requested, permission having been granted " for boys .In different commands lo correspond with each, other. - The box. cars in use on the railroads, where Ringer, is located are about .the size of a Baltimore . Ohio caboose and the locomotives about like: the '"dink- j ey" used atvpavidsoh- coke works,! Ringer, says. When his first letter; was written, March 15,-.he.says' that .the farmers'were busy plowing' for 'the spring crops · and vegeiation was j starting nicely. · · ' " Meyersdaie. METBRSDA1E, April 25.-r-iirs:'T; "W. Gurley, Mrs, Ida Conrad; Mrs. J. Luther Frantz, Mrs. George. Collins; Mrs. George Benford and Miss Maggie' Boer represented the Foreign" and today -after a two weeks' visit here: with his mother, Mrs. E?mm*.' Hibner. Dickerson Run. DICKERSON RUN, April '25.--I. E. Hawkins of Fittsbu.-g, P. L. E. rail|Hom* Missions of the local'Lii'tneran j rol(1 fire mars i,al, was here yesterday tehd-'Ch at a missionary meeting held | ma kiag an inspection (in the Lutheran church at Berlin on ; . Mr3: H . c winieta ; M rs. W. C. Dur^Tuesday. · bin, Mrs. Allen Patterson and -Mrs. Mrs. Harry Cunningham returned to j ames Beatty were shopping in Con- her home in Connellsville today, after a few days' visit here with her relatives, the Misses Basr ot. Main street. Albeit liintz. WES a business visitor to Somerset on "Wednesday". nellsville yesterday. John Francis of Glassport, .was a business caller here yesterday morn' ' Mr. and Mrs. William Martin, who Jlrs. John Wfcgaman left. "Wednesday j have bcea vislting . relatives and " ·------ -- -" 1 - ' Don't Suffef with Constipation, Biliousness, Sick Headache, Dyspepsia, and all their attendant discomfort . DR. CALDWELL S Syrup Pepsin - : 9 -*- -*~ ? :'· ....', : . . · ' . - . The Perfect Laxative is a combination of simple Laxative Herbs with -Pepsin, mild and gentle in its actioii'and relieves constipation quickly, without griping or* other pain or discomfort. It is especially recommended for children. 'Said by Druggists Everywhere 50 cts. (£;,) $1.00 A Trial Bottl* Can B* ObUiaed, Fiee ot Cbwt*. hf Writlnr to DR. W. B. CALDWELU 457 WASHINGTON STREET, MONTICELLO. ILLINOIS The Final Day for You to Take Advantage of the Savings Offered in the Just Over the Bridge (West Side) SERVICL STATION for Connellsville, -where she -will make her future home.wtth her son, Benjamin "Wagaman. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Deal and son Harry are home from a brief visit ·with relatives in Somerset. Mrs. Alfred "Wilmoth spent "Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Jennie "Wll- Robert Celling. moth. Mrs. John Dtxon returned to her home in Connellsville after a week's visit here at the home of her son, James L. Mion. f r i e nds. for the last ten days, returnee to their home* at Cleveland, O., today. ,Mrs. D. C. Foltz of Vanderbilt, was shopping in Connellsville yesterday. Mrs. Charles Harvey returned to hei home at Dunbar last evening, alter spending the day with her sister, airs. Miss kathryn Schuyler of Lonacon- Ing, Md.. is visiting her brother-in- law and sister. Dr. And Mrs. "W. H. Kyland. Mrs. AuguM Lintz and son Porter are visiting for a few days "with relatives at Barton and Jlpscoe, ltd. · Miss Ella Rodamer of Salisbury was visiting and shojiplnr In Merersdile on Wednesday. George Hibner and son George returned to their home in Mt. Braddock Sore Throat Prudence Your medicine cbelf if not well itocked without a bottle of TONSHJNE, lor you doa't know what moment it may M needed to relieve a sudden cue"of ScrSThroat. Believing Sore Throat ')* TONSD-INE'S ipecial mission. It is made for that--ad. tertiEed for that--sold for that one purpose. TONSnjNE is the. National Bore Throat Bemedv. It ii will in ereryStata intbe Union. You-will need TONSILJNE ft* one of then days, or aome niiht when the drag (tore i* closed-better hare a bottle ready »t home H when Ton need it mo»t. SSe. and ll Me. feotpiuIJtojJLflO. To. j^ draggi* , TONSUNE. APPLICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP NAVY LEAGUE OF THE UNITED STATES DUES--Annual Contributing _ Life Member _.? 3.00 annnally _ % 5.00 annually _ $5.00 .on« payment TO THE NAVY J^EAGTJI: I am la iymp«lhy -with the objects of the Navy League and desire to be enrolled ai a memb«r. In enclose I for fees. Mail to Title St Trust Bids., Make Cheeta ConneUarUle. _Pa.'' "3«« Power/' "«-i t1 * nt i'H I iELnetrated magazine, is aent aonthly to all roemfcttitV'" ·."·; -.rj* r,''. ,:; " . . : " ' . . ' ' '' ' Carroll Battery Co. A factory Trained Battery Hell Phone +.". SIS X. (ith SL TRASSI'tll CO.HPANV General, E^ight 'and Heavy Hauling. Local and. Long Distance Moving. ' JAKES HT. SiTIUiST-K CM! imd Cake. Connellsrille. PATRONIZE HOME MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THIS PAPER. 'jBOW MlvCAS Girt A SFLETOtD FLAG FOB LITTLE MONET. AU that U neo«««rr tor-Ton to do 1». to cHp the coupons and [. or*Mad Uiem tdC The Dallj Courier office with'' 91.43 and the ·i» yeniiL · . ''''· . . ' ' · ' . nag;i» : S f««t long-br. 5 feat-.wide; rainproof 'American bunting--abeolateljr fa»tcolorj. Stripes aev- ·.^Uched. · Has KtrooK canvas heading'jnd''metal cromrhents. _.; . ,, or « Craptwa ef CoBMOittTeJptfca ·» *l^ Cuk. SeJ^Otf ord»r«tl-ty Mall add :10c'.ITor picklns'inil postage. CUP- THIS:, .. coupon TODAI ; . ... , !»!-» W. Crmwlert ~ caih for Plar send to flag Department HE DAILY COURIER · ; · - · : · " · ·;;·'··· - ' · - · ' COiraEttSTttLE, FA. Street or B. T.-D. No_ State. PETET BEfX--All He Got TTas "Dig Up the Let it not be forgotten that the duty of each and all of us is to buy -Liberty Bonds. Let our money fight for us; strengthen our. armies abroad and so shorten the ·war." There is a great shirt sale going on this week in every one of our . furnishing departments. While you have the opportunity it would be wise to invest for we can not tell how much longer we caa offer shirts of this high calibre at the present prices. The celebrated Emery brand is pur leading shirt; standard percales, all white ground,"black and white stripes, black colors, soft cuffs attached. There are other lines of shirts which you may prefer. This class of goods is advancing, which means the shirts -are going to advance. It is a great opportunity to stock up. You will also find in our fnrnishing .departments, complete lines of collars, .cuffs, neckwear, hosiery--a stock equal to any town or city, and prices we believe just a . little bit'lower. ' · Union Supply A tf . ·3 lanre DepartmeBt State*, " V . . · Located in Fayette, Weotmorelaod and Allegheny Oonntiw. Manufacturers' Outlet Sale! Sensational Purchase and Sale of Women's and Misses' High Grade »uits, Coats and That brings our customer's a golden opportunity to secure the most wonderful values and right in the very heart of the season, too. $22.50 to $25 Suits at only $16.75 PTtfl HCT *·** fl"4*fc *7C 519.75-to $22.75 Coats at only $16.75 $19.75 to $27.50 . Dresses only $16.75 $12.75 to $15.00 Suits at 810.00. $12.75 to $14..)0 Coats at $10.00. $1.50 to $16.50 -· Dresses at $10.00. $29.50 to .$35.00 Smart Snits, $24.75. . $ $32.50 at. $24.75. $29.5(1 ( $37.50 Dresses at $24.75. 10 Crash Toweling - - - - 6c 15c Best Calico ..... 9c 25c Bleached Muslin - - 29c Spring Percale - - - 35c Huck Towels - - - 22c Apron Gingham - - Women's 19c Vests - - - 25c Dress Gingham - - - 35c Heavy Turkish Towels Boys' 89c Knee Pants - Boys' 48c Waists - - - Men's Work Sox - - - Boys' 75c Wash Suits - Men's $1 Night Shirts - - 2lc 27c 15c lie 19c 29c 55c 29c 13c 47c 79c 7 5 c R a g Rugs - - - - - 5 9 c 82.50, $2,00, $1.75 and $1.25 NEW WAISTS 96c The Bis Siore Leads in Jlillinery Valoos $5.flfl to S6.50 Stunning New Trimmed Hats '}' $2^50 New Untrimmed Sliapes _ .' Up to $1.50 Children's "smart Spring Hats ,, , 'ry new shape' every «mnrt siylp- ' every now color, included in ibis 3opular ^ price showing. $1.3.9 .- Extraordinary Values in Footwear Women's $5.50 Brnwii Kid ·i^._.._... $3.48 . Children's £2.00 Gra .Metal Shoes, $1.39 Voiles, Lawns and Organdies, pretty styles .hi. all white or. stripes, also new pinks and blues at i)6c.. - $2.50 to. $3.00 Pine New Waists -...,,..- $1.94 ,,, .;\y omen's ?ij.00 Black . . . . .. - Kid .-Shoes ' - -: - Women's $9.00 Fine J3.50 to $4.50 Choice Spring Waists at. $2.93 We U. P. S. Coupons Twice ns Valuable as Stamps ·'"-.*·'·:· ·-·'.'-·- ' '"'" ': J^'^fe;-^ KOBACKERS W. · ·· -rurr ia-irL--...e i 'T'r\C-cr4^:' j --,-c:. 1 -., ·} $4.45 $7,45 rs' ?3 Kid $1.98 TMEBIG We iiive , ' i:. v. s. Cnn;:(ins Twirs' :ts V:ili!ii!)!e jis Sfainps HAVE YOUE JOB PRINTING DONE AT THE COUE1ER O/.TICE.

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