The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 26, 1918 · Page 9
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, April 26, 1918
Page 9
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· FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1918. THIS UAlJ-,1 COUKIER, CONNELLSV1LLE, PA. PAGE NINE. FIFTH AVE., SMITHFIBL.D DIAMOND STS., PITTSBURGH, PA onserve-Do Your Bit Government Thrift Stamps FREE: ,."v · The Gpyehinent r^ue«fa and ;deniand« 'all to Save: , and Conserve. vlt uo«r duty aa Loyal Americans to abide. We, inaugurate a :-»y»tem ! to helpy-you ^^Te^Gotueiwe^arid-at-tiie' saineftime^you help" us to do our : Diti':tA : Mutual Benefit toybu, to us/ and tb the Gbyertiment. ; ; U ' " '"' :.: : . ""o. ^''-" ' ;i ""···-·· i'r» """"*' '·" Until further notice, commencing Saturday, April 26th, we will give FREE yith every purchase of $5 A THRIFT ^TAIMFP M^M. lM\^r_JL tj L Jr\.Lva.f - ;.· .-.. ., And not only do you save die Thrift Stamp, but you save considerable money, being that our prices are lower than elsewhere, quality of merchandise considered. ' . ^ Men's Young Men's Suits at $15 $18 $20 $25 $30' Worth Worth Worth Worth Worth . . . . . ; Brandegee : ; Kancaid -rr- Snelienbiirg :·-- practical and York brands,.cqrisertatiyfe;infedliua-anid':extrfeme.'fancy models in «very desirable colpr.\;The-maker's : and;6ur own guarantee for satisfactory wear. . !i^: : !liim.^S^^ Right Posture And other high grade clothes for Boys , to size 19 .'.....!, ,-.,*.. '·' ' : at $5 and Up. Some are with two pairs of pants. There is no better or more stylish clothes anywhere. Our prices actually save you ?2;to ?5 on a garment. ' Thrift Stamps FBEE with Every *» $1.50 to $2.50 Your savings on a single pair of -Shoes. and be convinced of'the truthfulness of our. claim~*J?his is a new line with us and we let you make all the ··'profits.-,-':.' .,;.Every:pair of ..Shoes we\ sell' must give satisfactory .wear,or a new pair FREE. . .Thrift Stamps FBEE With · ; .::· ; - :'.;"· J Every »5.' ' . . f . "the Store Ahead" Goldstone Bros. Title and Trust Building oh Pittoburg Street ·; r r;!, ( · . ' ' , / T h e Store Ahead. . · Highest Quality. '; Lowest Prices. v .HaTe_yo.H trietl the Davidson way I If not yo.n are losing money each day yon pot off giving us a trW. We. will save you 15 to 20'per ceHt.on jjpjir. Groceries^ and ·Meats, anfl at the same time give 7611-the bes-tthere-Js to tm had. Quality'and IPriee is our Motto _j -i. Have You Bought a Liberty Bond? If Not Buy It Today. * 25 Ibs. Flour " ";'." 10' llx sack Corn Meal -' ;jl.-15 ' Coc ' '""·' 9e " _:*'.- Eye ^lour, per Ib. Barley Floor, .perxibT White Corn. Flour, per Ib. -- 7e Fancy Baldwin Apples, % pk. 35e Lima Beana. Ib- ·..;,.; -- lie . Bed kidney : Beans; it -- : lie "Pinto ·'Beana.-ib'.' '' v ' .JSe~- "ixwse BoiJedVOatis. '-)b; Cl_i...lOe '. Large can Davidson's Bak- ins Powder, .can -~ -- · .'··· S5c . Eanpy Pink Salmon, , can ._^_i!0c. JJarge 'c»n Vegetables", 'Dill Pckles;:doz. l . '. bottj eT _-^ '^ ; ;.-;^;;£.:;''.' "ite' Van-Camp^ Fnm]idiij2 cans; JS« " e; can Molajpea.'::' . ···".'·880,,- ' Je!l-0," Durkee-Salar Dressing, hot. Quart Jar Olives Quart -Jar Mustard . _ · Hitler's' Catsup) bottle' ' lirge" Jar' Preserves · Large Jar Apple Butter ' Quart-Jar Pure'Cocoa _ irge";"can..'Eomiiiy.~ -^^ '.Wall^ Paper:Creaner; can Larg» Package Gold Bus Seeded Raisins, package . goodtpj-nnes, Ib. _ .; 3ttra 'Ghoice Hip. GpBee, Ib. ;r Extra; Choice .Santos .Coffee Cc lie ·tc- 25c 2ic 25c 13c 2c 27c 2Sc lOc lOc lie ISc It* l«c ZOc ' Tsr HlgS: Grade OlcoiikrsarlBe a«4 Saire .Diamond A, per"$oiin3'v; "SOe'i Buckeye, IK _' SSe n,: : -Mbzley's Special, tt.' -Purity Nut, Better tian Butter, a pound S4c .34c. .sic"' At On Xcat Ctwitar TOB "CM. Get the Finest Kelts IB tke Git;, ' ChJck*»e, at tlie Xorrest " J. R. DAVIDSON CO. "THE STORE THAT DOES THIN6S FQ^TOU" ;_. TtEST HAEf STBEETj CO5JfELtSVIllE, PA. Dawson. DAWSON, April 26.-=Mrs. A. :C. Brown was.a'Pittsburg visitor .Thursday. · The Dawson schools marched to the V.'it C. A., DIckarsoi Run, in a bods- Thursday . afterooonXj^here they showed a series of -safety first pictures on..the screen to the scholars. They "were very;· interesting and of sreat'val'ue to the children. Mrs: Charles' Henaol .of ·Uniontoyiin, is spending a few days with her par- .ents.-Mr. and.Mrs. Frank .Mong. , Mr.- and. Mrs. William .Martin and Mrs. W. G. Crowell of Cleveland, attended the funeral of Lydia Cunningham Wednesday. Mrs. .James..Meehan- Visited friends at Florence Wednesday. Mr. and .Mrs. "W.,A..Woofl-are preparing to go to housekeeping ia their new/home-on*Sridge-street.* - ; · - · Harry Addis oE yaaderbik, -was looking after business interests in Pittsburg Thursday. - The Pour-'Minute speeches at the nickelodeon each'evening-are proving very interesting-. This week's evenings 'h'ave -.b'een : -;supplied -with sp)eeches, .andlhe greater part of next week supplied:-- :-.'··..·:· . ' . .3*r. and .'Mis. Alva Gilleland, Belle Vernon; ; Mr. and Mrs. James Herst, Scottdale'/Mrs. David Bason, Dunbar; Mrs. -Jennings, and daughter Madge, Mrs/ Long-and Mrs.. Flora Snyder of Conneilsville, were out of town people : - r who- attended the funeral of Lydla. Cunningham, Wednesday^. ' : Ohiopyle. HAVE YOUB PMWTHfS DOHE AT TmS OFFICE. KEISTOtfE AUTO KEPAIK J la JUaf of 611 Wegt. Crawford - conn«n,. : I Absoliately Removes · Indigestion. Druggists refund money if it fails. . OHIOPYUS, April ZS.--Jiiss Thelma [.Hush and'Miss Jennie, tlnderman de- I parted yesterday for Scottdale to visit "the "former's -grandparents, Mr. End- Mrs. Evans Rusli: . ; Mr..and Mrs. .Kirkpatrick and baby lett Thursday Jor Connellsvlile to spend a' tew days: . ·-. . -"VV. S.'R'afferty arid family, who have. 'resided: in CpimellsvUle, .are moving their household . goods to Ohiopyle: Their new home on Garrott street is nearingr completion. TV. S : Rafferty Is relief. agent for the Baltimore Ohio. Mrs. .P...H. Hunter and daughter departed: Thursday, for^Humbert/^wlieiJe they "have moved their household goods. · ·;· .. . . . . . . . ; . The ; new addition ".to the Burdett'e . Sailor store - has been completed. This .new part will be used especially, .'or men's, furnishings.. . . ; .The -blacksmith shop, at the Rush. -~ Lambie coal mine aas. been ' coin^ pleted,, ready for- use. Patronize those who affreniM. NEWfrOF THE D0 AT MI PLEASANT BRIEFLY RELATED Orders Received for Send- ILL l K f · . LE*VE"NEXT THURSDAY Preparations Befog Hntic to Give Draftees Going to Camp lee Sunday a Tine Sendoif; tfoys of High School Are Gircn Some JUIitory Training. Special to The Courier. X .MOUNT PLEASANT, April 26.-Orders have been received by Draft Board No. 6 that the draftees for Fort Thomas, Ky., will leave on May 2 at 5 o'clock in the evening over a special Baltimore Ohio train. The list will be ready and notices sent out. in a very few days. Sendoff for Sunday Contingent. Preparations are being made to give the draftees who leave on next Sunday a great sendoff. A large parade will be held. Chilli',Bies. Joseph Vavasky,'aged two years, son of Mr. ^d Mrs. Steve Vavasky, died at Its home at Hecla yesterday. Funeral services will be held today and interment will be made in the Trauger cemetery. Getting Military Training. H. H. DeLong, superintendent of the local'schools, Is helping the boys In the high school get some military training. The boys are not compelled j to serve..but most of them wish t o ' take advantage. Of some military training. The hoys are being trained by Sergeant John C. Mullin. Tho armory is being used as a drill hall. Twenty- five boys were out the first' night. Arrangements will be made for two drills a week.' Officers will not be chosen until they reach a certain rank of efficiency and they will be chosen from the boys' own ranks. Bftlo Class Entertains. The Alpha Bible class of the. United Brethren church entertained a number of their friends with, a social hour and program at the church last evening. Yough House RESTAURANT Under · New. Management. \ A. Clean Quiet Place Cor Yonr Family to Eat. Let Us Know "What You Want and How -You Want It GOOD SERVICE. Mis. C. J. Armstrong, Prop. Will Be a Feature of our New Home to Open in May Everything for Men and Boys on One Floor will be a feature of Frank Seder's Mammoth New-Store when it is thrown:. open to the public within the next few weeks, at the corner of Fifth avenue, Smithfield and Diamond streets. Vast Stocks of Famous Hart Schaffner Marx Clothing, as well as other well-known makes; celebrated Stetson Hats, Manhattan Shir-ts, Stacy Adams Shoes, and all other standard dependable brands of Furnishings, Shoes_ and Hats for men will be featured, as well as all the better^ ·grades of Boys' Clothing,'' Hats, Shoes and Furnishings. This Huge Department Will Be a Block Long, the greatest of its kind in the United States; inen can ^lse the private entrances at the corner of Diamond street, take the .two high-speed express elevators to the Men's Store on the Fourth Floor and get everything from a collar button to an evening dress suit. Speaking of Our Full Dress Section, a complete department where men can outfit themselves from head to foot with every essential article of correct evening apparel has been provided for. There Isn't a Single Convenience Missing thai goes to make up the most complete and modern Men's Store; we've considered the comfort of every customer, and once you come,to this Men's Store you'll never go anywhere else. REMOVAL SALE NOW GOING ON IN OUR PRESENT STORE · .To Sacrifice Our Entire Stock of " ' Hart Schaffner Marx Men's Clothing At Off Also hundred* of Women's and Misses, Coats, Suits, Dresses, Furs, Waist*, Skirts, Millinery, ,etc.r-npstairs and down-The Voice of Lincoln "We accepted this war for a worthy, "A/* 4 -*' "nd the war will end when that object, it attained. Under God, I hope it witt not end mtil that time." Fifty-four yean ago when many people wwa asking, as some ate asking to-day, what was the use - of the war, Abraham Lincoln replied in the above* (taring word*. .The voice of Lincoln can be heard in America today;" His appeal is for us to keep up die struggle until the object of the war is obtained ami the world is made safe for democracy. . Every person in this country has a distinct share to do and YOUR share is to buy LIBERTY BONDS to provide the United States Government with the necessary money for carrying on the wan to a successful end. The more Bonds you buy, the quicker wilfi the war end and the more American soldier* wiHI' return home safe and sound. These American soldiers are risking thein lives, but the buyer of LIBERTY BONDS doe*' not even risk his money. When you buy ai LIBERTY BOND, in addition to the sadsfactionu of performing your patriotic duty, you get the besti investment in the world--a United States Government Bond, guaranteed by the richest nation in the world. BUY LIBERTY BQND And buy them today from any bank: LIBERTY LOAN ADVERTISEMENT has been contributed by Mikalarias Barbatis · as a patriotic contribution towards winning the war

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