The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 27, 1918 · Page 5
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, April 27, 1918
Page 5
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oATURt)AY APRIL 27, 191S fHE DAil^X COUJUiiK CONNELLSVILLE PA. PAGE F1\E LIBERTY DAY AT SCQTTBALE MARKED BY GREAT JAKADE Procession TVnids Up I-oucks Park Where r,o Speeches are "Vad . "TIZ" FQR ACHING, SORE, TIRED FEET HALF MILLION IS PASSED Chairman Stasffer ot JCoveinent Vn Bounces Grand lotnl of $o31,700 and Aiterward "More is Received; lunntry Districts Showing 1\ell SCOTTDAli April T --Scottdale resterdav saw one of tie Inest par- ides that i has hid m a long time ' People who are forced to stand on The affair -was gnea in observance of I t i l e r te(! t al d w know what sore ten Liberty Daj Three bands v\ere in der sweatv burning £ett mean The) APPLICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP NAVY LEAGUE OF 1HL UNITED S1ATES Contributing: _ Life Member -8 i i0 annually -$ 5 00 annually _?5 00 one payment ro IHE NA-\T LEAGUE! I am m sympathj *ith the objects of the Naw League and desire to be carolled AS a . member In enclose ? .--· 'or fees Make Checks to NA ~i LEAGUE Connellsville Pa Sea Power a beautiful i i^trated all members Mail i Title i. Trust Bldg, nc is sent monthly to The Final 'Day for You to Take Advantage of the Savings Offered in the Manufacturers' Outlet tine The chairman o the Liberty Loan committee with Ex Governor Kanley and the loan COB ruittees head ed the parade In the procession were the ladies of the Libert) Loan -ommittee the I rick office emi eye" 'he employes from the Vniencan sheet Tin Plate mill n i t h their service flag -various un ts of the Red Its sraiplj glorious Yh' how com Cross with the-i 1 - chiirmi-n at the head of the units and a banrV r shoeing "'hat unit it representec These were followed bj the school child-en each room accompaiied b) it teacher The line of march led to Loucks park \t the park Walter F Stantfer chairman of the Liberts Loan commit tee in ScoUdale to d of how Scottdale had come across -nub. $j"l 700 Mr Stauffer introduced J R Campbell ·rtio presided for t h e af «r"oon Miss L'be- v Be'l Mn 1 Jscne Kc"«r "s^ssiding a f the D dno N°^t trover nor Hanley wab introdu ed and foiei bly told why we should buv govern ment bonds Bond sales w e r e boosted use Tiz and T z ci res the r feet It keeps feet in perfect Tiz is the onlj remedv light up condition in (he world that draws out all the poisonous exudations which puff up the 'eel and cause tender sore tired aching feet It Instant!} stops the pain in corns callouse-, and bunions fortable v o u r feet fed after using Tiz v ou 11 never Imp 01 draw up ·*our face in pain lour shoes w o n t tighten and h u l l your feet Get a 2o cent box of Tiz now from an drugsis . Just hirfk a whok vear s foot comfort for onh 2a cents --Adr Oar Goods Don't Come Bjt our customers do There must be a rea on Lv identl} our soods are more reasonable in nrn.e ^nd re bet f r made DC n e " anecia' v to r e handling coats suit--, millinery waists dresses for women children ind infants on!} we natural!) have largei and better assortmen s at a lower price Look into it by an earlv 11 lou will not be mportunert to 1 iiv Broadwaj Ladies Store Scott dale Just as vou 1 e 1 off the car -- \dv --27 It ·* "W unted Good 1 o\ to work in store for gen «.ral ·work M U I L be 3o 01 16 ears for $10 MO being repor^d | ( Results were gotten T»sterd,u from I ? the country meeting wh»re Rev 1 I Runk and James Keegai made excel lent addresses and where 5" "00 mote was subscribed G F Kelh pros d ed at this meeting and EIUSIC was fur mshed tr. the Scottdali high c 100! horus under the direct on of L^man ^PPly S t e n n e r Furniture Store- Puller Uv-22aprcjL » Shower lor Lnde Other P H S A large numbei of fnnds gathered The Senior class of high school at the home of Mrs Jo^n Keagy !a=t pa\e a dance last evening in Reid hall evening and gave a s h j ^ e r for her ^iferles orchestra, furnished music Nfanv beautiful presents were receiv- The patronesses were Mrs John Ted fi Mrs Keagy before her marriage rO w M i s Harrv Kromer and Mrs last week was M »s Que me Hamfs Frank Parker Soldier W i d s The funeral senices for Miss Marv Mis» Einma B Laugh lead of E,ver Be-lin who died at her Lverson home on and Frank B bbur were quiet! will be held on Sundav afternoon and married at the Lnited Brethren pir interment will follow m the Scottdale »onage at 6 "JO o clock on Thursdav (emeterv p\enmg b^ the pastor Rev I L A. targe c r o w d at ended the lecture Runk. Mr t-burg is hone from Camp at the F 'st Presbj tenan church last Lee on a furlough and tt the etpira e v e n i n g given bi L\ Governor Han lion of his time will leave to join lev on Patriot'-m and the Amend Ins conrmand and Mr*. ITiurg wi I ment make her home here Mr Lburg bit, M « Clan \lartz ente timed the | a brother w i t h the -ng neer-i n "ioung Ladies Bib e class of the Bap l i s t church 1 ollow ng the business meeting and the program refresh ments were served France The I aruer th( 1 « t t r The St Joseph ^odilit} liclr" sock social in Temper iDce hall at Mrt - Robert Moran has, retu-ned which all the guests doubled the f r o m I n i o n t o w n where she visited ize of their hose in in jnev foi the j f 1 end= p ice of admission Th amusements Mr-, ThomB ^ eston and mother were cirds P-i?es vver won bv Rav Mrs Mi-tha ^atte field have been Keegan ^.largaret FinnTty and Ld cahed to VTheeling b the death of the ward Bovle Refreslments were former B nephew Patronize those wnt alrcruae Purposeful Formula Senroco s formula li not 'just littla of this and * little of that It was devised with a delnlta object In new The object was to produce a tooth paste possessing 1 medicinal as well as cleansing properties--a real cleanser that could be depended upon to rmove tartar and keep mouth and gums healthy ^he ideal defined our laboratories set about to determine cha proper combination to produce it. Senreco la the reauxt It has been tried tested and pronounced good b7 himdreda ot the profession Try a tube A single tube will proy» erer\ claii* "Will show why thou sands todav use and demand Sen reco--and are satisfied with noth ing less All druggists and toilqt counters Large 2 oz. tube---25c SENRECO--Cincinnati TETPY DLk--Ktallj-. UN Hard to Behee! (FLAG COUPON) H01 10U G F t V. SPLENDID FUG *OR L1TTL1 XOSTTT. All tUt is necwsary for you to do is to clip the coupons and bring or send them to The Daih Courier office w i t h $1 49 and the bea itiful Flag is ours Description -- The flag is S feet long \if 5 feet v, ide rainproof and sunproof American bunting -- absolutely fa«t colors Stripes sew ed double stitchpd Has strong can\as heading and metal gromments This Sx i Foot F1»L- lor 6 tnnp ini of ( onsecntlTe Dates and $1 It Caili J\ole -- If ordered ov Mail add lOc for packing and postage CI H' THIS FI 1C COUPON TODAT ' and ^nh required cish for Flag sond to Flag Department THE DAILY COURIER Street or R F D No_ 1 own State_ E Let it not be forgotten that the duty of each and all of us IG to buv Liberty Bon^s Let our money fight for us, strengthen our armies abroad and so shorten the war There is a great shirt sa}e 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 ho-* much longer we can offer shirts of this high calibre at the present prices The celebrated Emery brand is our leading shirt, standard percales all white ground, black and white sunpea black colors soft cuffs attached Then are other lines of shirts which you may prefer This class of goods is advancing, which means the shirts are going to advance It ie a great op- portunitj to stock up You will also find in our fuinishmg departments complete lines of collars cuffs neckwear hosiery--a stock equal to an town or city, and prices we believe just a little bit lower 63 Larve Department Stores, Located in Fayette, Westmoreland s^nd Allegheny Counties. Sensational Purchase and Sale of Women's and Misses' High Grade That brings our cuotomerb a golden onpottunm to secure the mo-t wonderful values and right in the \ er\ htdri of the season too $22.50 to $25 Suits at oily $16.75 $19=75 lo $22.75 Coats at only $16.75 $19.75 to $27.50 Dresses only $16.75 $12.75 to SH.OO Suits it $10(10. *1J.7" (o $14.50 Coals at $10.00. fcj.50 io $!,"» Dresses nt $1000. $29 -,0 to «!.00 femarf Suits, S24 7"i $20.75 to S J 2 50 Coats at SJ2I.75 $29.50 to $!7 50 Dresses a( S_4 75 J I oO to $ I DO Cbwce t[ r ng vfraists at $2.93 ~"W e c:Ie I . P. S. Coupons r«icc us "\ a l u a h l e us isliinips ^ i^=e ' Kid ; iois si.98 "VVe siic 1. 1'. S. Coupons ituce .is ^ .ilu.ilile .is Stamps MOVE BY AUTO TRUCKS BOTH PHONES ORPHAN'S TRANSFER OPPOSITE POST OFFICE CONNELLSVILLE, PA. 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