The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on April 30, 1918 · Page 3
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April 30, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

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, Ar-KiL, d'J 11US THE DAILY COURIER CONNELLSVILLE PA. ^J^ ^^fSBSn. WS OF THE DAY AT BIT. PLEASANT BRIEFLY RELATED Aisiness to be Suspended Thursday in Honor of Departing Draftees. K1RCESS ISSUES PROCLAMATION le Asks That All ll»e» Close for u Hour an* n H«lf Be/ore ud a Hall Hoito Alter Boys lew for F»rt Xkm*»; Ckuln Ttwfantt KUlei. Siwclal to Th« Courier MOUNT PLEASANT, April 30 --Out f respect to the dratted men who leave Thursday for camp Burgesi S P Sterens lias Issued a proclamation asking that all places of business including stores, factories and hotels close lor an hour and a hall before tie parade and for a half hour after the parade The following persons will leare from this district on Thursday Stephen Shimke, Paul A. Smtih, David E Creese, George W Gratzinger. George E. JPelabaum, Benjamin H Karns, Mike BoTonch, Prime Spre- lore, Charles H McLean, John Eg- nechodt, Paul Snyder, Edward Stefl, ·WsUer Gnsick. John Plrrott, George Bodte, 'WWter Coslnsky, Isaiah My- A Lee Z. Eoopes, Joe Battlna and H«ST P. Botee. Stealing Pigeon Charged. Jhn Sparko, arrested for stealing ptgons was brought to the lockup hen last evening by Constable Gus Hoinan of Southwest, and locked up ore-night. To See S*n 09. fc. James S Harkfaw left last ere- nbt for an Atlantic port to join his ·wv. who is there with ' their son jies who is at a camp ready to sd for Prance. KI1M !·»«. C12r!es -Wagoner aged 35 years, «o laved at Southwest with hU Other -was killed yesterday by a fall i slate at the Carpentartown mme ·he body was brraght to S P Zlm- aennan s undertaking rooms and pre- ·ared for burial. It will be taken jome this morning and funeral serv- lc-s will be held Thursday afternoon. Other Sottf. Mr and Mrs. Edward Gibboney ol Adamsburg motored here and took with rtiem to Grmdston* Mr and Mrs ·William Shnpe and Mr and Mr*. Lester Patterson ·Mrs. ·William Hitchmaa left lor New York to see oer brother, Thomas Crawford. QUICK RELIEF FOR ECZEMA Su Cnn mmtmtft fa · Mancle« Ofetwat l*r Jtay Other Dta- treMtag Aflmenta. San Cura Ointment line cared many cases o£ itching, bleeding and protruding piles- It has drawn the poison from and completely healed running sores and ferer sorae -irhich were so old and chronic that everyone who saw them helpless Sau Cura Ointment la guaranteed by the Langhrey Drug Co, Connelta- ville, and the Broadway Drug Co, Scottdale to do as stated above and also to baniah tetter, salt rheum, boilc, carbuncles, to heal ulcers, cuts, burns scalds and brais«3, or money back. The same guarantee holds good for chilblains, chapped hands and face, so'you. nsk not a penny when you buy a ,ur for 30c, SOc or JLOO For tender skin and to secure a per' t»rt complexion use San Cura Soap It'i the beat soap for babies, too, as it pr-vents contagion--25 cent* Thomp- sp Medical Ca, Titusville, Pa.--Adv Pffi COMES HKH 0» Sells at tS «t lover frame Wfc- J erty !«·· My. \ pie sold lor »5 at * Liberty Loan scl»l at the Quay school in Lower Ty- roe township Saturday erenSng. The siiool gave the social to raise funds tc buy bonds and realized a goodly sun The previous Saturday evening tfey made »65 HIM Bessie Welch ia teacher CM. 33 1*0*. A. E. 'Woodoead, te»ch*r at scrence ± the high whool, Robert Cage and darence McCormlck caught 32 trout a a fl*hinr trip to KlHotariNe Satnr- »y The three went to Delaney'B ,-vif where they spent the night and eturned bom* Sunday Saving dollars tad waiting the lives 'of the boy* IB the trenches Is poor business. Butter Invert hi * Liberty * Bonds. Win Donate to the Red Cross ibe entire receipts of our Lunch. Stand on "Wednesday May 1 will be donated to the local Red Cross the Yougli House Lunch Stand FOOD WILL WIN THf WAR REFRIGERATORS CONSERVE FOOD ^ _^ We must keep food moving to omr boys in France and to our Allies. It is our patriotic duty to save food, to back them up in eYerjr wnv we possibly en, because the whole world looks to »s for assistance in increasing the slender margaln that means life or starvation to them. Do not waste food--a Belgian refugee might live on what some of us waste. Pile up the supplies for Pershing's men. If food will win the war, let's lo our part to help win the war. Use fresh, green vegetables and perishables that grovt near yon. By so will relieve the railroads of Jnoch unnecessary traffic. A good refrigerator will help you conserve food by preventing deterioration and loss. Onr refrigerators are built in accordance witli the best principles of modern refngeriition and not only conserve food )mt nt down the ice bill as well. Let there be a refrigerator in e^prj home this summer that each one of us may do our share to help save the food needed abroad. ONEPiECE-PORCEtAIN LINED REFRIGERATORS Refrigerators That Conserve Food and Save Ice There is a wide difference in Refrigerators Some will preserve a verj low temperature but only bv consuming large quantities of ice Others do not use so much ice but only part of the food chamber is cooled because of faulty circulation Leonard Cleanable Refrigerators are designed by refrigeration experts--who have spent a lifetime building Refrigerators Every known improvement is found in the Leonard--that's whv it s the only Refrigerator it pays to buy for your home Ten Wall* Save Your Ice The Leonard Cleanable has ten insulated walls to keep the heat out and the cold in Yon will note the saving in your ice bills with this refrigerator Moreover the perfect circulation of air is -worked out on a strictly scientific basis The air-tight locks make the door practically self-closing A Permanent Investment A properlv built refrigerator should last you a life-time For this reason it is economy to select a refrigerator that has been made wi h all the skill and care of a fine piece of furniture In bnef, make your refrigerator purchase a. permanent one ONE PIECE-PORCELAIN LINED REFRIGERATORS See the Different Models NOW--Prices from $8.50 Upward. Your Choice of Either Kal- tex Rocker or Chair. Only Note the inviting appearance o' these cbnirs which are exactly as illustrated An especially attractive design in ftbre durably made and finished in new brows and green shades They are upboistered in cretonne with loose seat cushions Remarkable values This Famous Kroehier Bed Davenport at One of the new 100351%= models just received The frames are solid oak and the spring construction Is the same as that found in the more expensive Dayenports Upholstered m Lhe best grade of inuta tioa leather A Baby Carriage that you'll be mighty proud of The verj best vou can get, the most comfortable the most luxurious, is none too good for your precious one Nothing will do the baby so much good as to take him out in the fresh air these invigorating Spring days Our showing is complete And they're all genuine reed carnages, very substantially built The spring construction is of the best--insuring babj a comfortable and healthful outing Come in and see the genuine Carriage that we're offering at It't a remarkable value - - - - Reed $24.75 This Solid Oak Porch Swift* Complete with Chains A full tour-foot fottb awing with an easy reclining back. Exactly like the illustration with wide 2'A- incn arms Durably finished and substantially constructed throughput, this porch swing -will give you satisfactory service for years This Tea Wagon, in Either Oak or Amerl- fl»1 1 can Walnut .... «P-L-L. A tea wagon is convenient and desirable at all seasons but never do ou have more use for it than in Lie summer to serve lemonadp ice drinks, etc on the porch or lawn A complete exhibit now on dlipliy This Genuine Kaltex Reed Suite in Frosted Brown The graceful design of tins suite- is a work of ar Note the full roll seats and the medallion woven in the back But i o n inuu see the pieces themselves tj apprecnte the beauiv of finish an j perfection of Uie workmanship that makes this suite *o desirable us Stur- Dresser t e n stibsumnih stucted Titled u th piate mi-ror lliis 3IetaI Table Lamp. V special \ a l u e a t \ dig lined lamp \\ itb an art s!i=r, shade in ruiiaifcatle color conibinalmns Comp on wiili extension silk coid and socket TS ilhisuatpd ' I S T i-liie th-u ion tan I at r ord lo overlook For Your Summer Enjoyment! Pathephone --Plays ALL Records --No Needles to Change. --No Recotds to wear out --No Scratchy. "Sur face Noise" $34.50 Come in bear the Records. and May This Popnlar Fathe- phone Outfit Consists of the $30 "Model PaLhephone and vour choice of 6 double-faced Pathe Records Piitbe Records 65e to $4. Pathephones, $30 to S5225. Pathephone Department--Main Floor « *n? U^ This Genuine Red Cedar 1 Chest. A very big value ·*· These chests are irOisture moth and dustproof--giving eveo possible protection to our clothes Others as low at $l!.7x Rugs have been much affected b\ war conditions, it is therefore very necessar to make sure of quahtN and permanency in dyes and such things ' t We offer you the largest varietj in Fa\ette county to choose from and back up every claim made to T, ou in our Rug Department with the Aaron guarantee of satisfaction Connellsville's Reliable Homefurnishers Since 1891. You need Hoosier m your kitchen to help \ou conserve food--sa\e miles of steps and hours of "valuable tune Come in now a.ncl see tins labor-saving device demonstrated--no obligations whaler ^r Prices from as low as $26.50 upward.

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