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BJUHT. THE DAILY COURIER, .CONNELI^SVILLE, PA. FRIDAY,' MAY 10, 1918. DISSOLUTION SALE MY G A L C TO OUR NATION'S DUTY Morris J. Grodzin, junior partner of the Surprise Department Store, who inity, was called to DO HIS BIT. I have resolved to withdraw my interest within a really was' the founder of the store, well known to the thousands of patrons of this vie- iimit of 14 days. To accomplish this we ARE forced to announce the DISSOLUTION SALE. A deciding step of such actions means sacrificing our entire $20,000 stocl/of merchandise to such low prices that will stir the community to buy FREELY and enough of it. Our sales force will be doubled to take care of the big crowds who are eager to share in this money-saving event. This great opportunity cannot be repeated in years, therefore you cannot afford to miss it. Â· See full page circulars for a complete list of bargains'. This Great Dissolution Sale Will Commence On Buy a Bond and add another nail for the Kaiser's Coffin. FRIDAY, MAY 1 Oth AT 9 A. M. W. S. S. will help win the war. BUYTHEM. Surprise Dept. Store Next to Wesi Penn Waiting Room J. Grodsin Son --Connellsville, Penna. NEWS OF THE DAY AT IT. PLEASANT BRIEFLY RELATED George Cofxdand Cnwbed to Death Umtor State Fall , at AemÂ« Mia*. TOST WOMAN SPEtfffi HAIEB Wat Jaarr it .kWed Â«Â· tke CavaofeBea to Ot fc tfca B*i Cma. WÂ«r tai BiH. Mi fe Gtwnl UTar Kflnfe. MOUNT FLBafiMCr, Mar 10.-- Geocse CojeJand. age* 27 years, crushed to death by a Jail Â« sMe at Â·W. 1. Kidney's Acme pteat yesterday moraine. Tfeu boy TTM taken to Us Via* street hocoe. fractal senj inH be held on 9*feu4aj afternoon at 2 o'clock and interment wil bÂ« i Jb the Mount PI i, Mint ewMtery. He leaftm a wÂ±fÂ» and taw* *iÂ»Jl children. TTiaai FaÂ«r4BÂ»a*Â» gatrtaa. M.- A. Zk*t loetf ctudrmn of the ITcw-lflavt* men, hu ylKcA a Jfarir JCkddvn. on hij Itet *s a lÂ«r- Tm'Â»Â»*t niui^ri For part of next -Â·Mk'-kijh school (iris Â·Â·ill be out to iatt Â«t.ttÂ» 6?aid opÂ«n bone and at SerrJea. The canton o* We*tmorÂ«buul No. 53 win attend a memorial serriee in on. liar B. There iriil be tiom Ofes piaee. 'fbe trlj. win he made in antooKiMlei. TÂ» Aiiaage far Drire. T. O. -Anderson, ehÂ«ina*n of the yacade committee Mr the Bed Cross ijrire, hÂ» eaBed a meettnc of die Fa- Invtlc IÂ«agae for Monday evening at CM boroagb. bnBdhi. Â«o Oat arraie- aienti can be made for apeehtl work Â·A the drtrt. There -orill afco be a jneetiitg ot Tootttna and wires of men km *Â· draft at fee boron** baUdtae jat U* o'cioek on Totadaj cvealac. Â·(MaÂ« to CaÂ·^ The local dnft board trill send UM 7MOg iiiÂ«n to various noak Burgess the morning ICar IT to Michigan vas ' colored r; G^enxt *H%rrlson and Robert - the mme oÂ»r to 'Washington TaininEton, O. C.; Jesse on Har Â» to Camp JMeade, Ad- lor DrbÂ«. Â·Hiaipn Tin T TtTTni rf l l - i T ' J Atom "Kar Fnid drtoe, bin called a ineeting of aH of lib chairmen and r of the conmaitteea as possible tfce drive may open Kay 20 de*Â»y. . The xoiirltlitc committee, with Stepben Aricwrtght, chair Â·an;. A. T. Collins, Kirk Brrce and Jbhn WÂ«neB, are an bosr, and Till fcmre solicitors for all of the wards at the start of the campaign. The adrertieaug oommittet win start the ^iat o( me ireek to get the torn cor- arcd wi^i advetlieliig matter. MJSWESS SINGS PRAISES "I (offered for jearc with stomach troabte and gas eootinuallT. ' Doctors . ftragnt I had stomach ulcers or can- Â·ear. After last attack ther advised Corns to Rochester, Minn., for an op- eiatton. A friend adTiMd trying JfejT's "Wondeknl Remedy, which I did, and I cannot sing its praises too 'Ushly, as I can. now eat anything and anrythiag." It is a simple, harmless preparation ttat removes the catarrhal mncus from the Intestinal tract and allays the inflammation which causes practically all stomach, liver and in- teotinal ailments',' including appendicitis. One dose will convince or Mon- ajr refunded. A. A. Clarxe. -- ^AdT. Keep the little ones healthy and aappy- Their tender, sensitive bod- Ite require a cooling; healing, harmless remedy to prepare 'their Stomachs for summer's heat. Hollister's Rocky Jfoontattt Tea is rellalJle and safe, tboro but not Injurious. 35c.--Con- Drng Co.--Adv. ORPHEUM THEATRE TRAVEL FESTIVAL ALASKA--CHINA THRILLING TESTS OF GIGANTIC WAR CATERPILLARS IN UNCLE SAM'S ARMY CAPTURING MOUNTAIN LIONS MANY OTHER MONDAY, MAY 13th, Matinee and Night Advance Sale Starts Monday Morning: at Theatre ' Ticket Office Prk*s: Matinee--Children, 18ci Adults 39c. Ifipht--Chfldreu 26e; Adults, 55c. ; War Tax Included. PARAMOUNT JHEATRE PATHE PRESENTS IRENE CASTLE, THE BEST DRESSED "WOMAN IN AMERICA IN THE THRILLING SENSATIONAL PHOTOPLAY "CONVICT 993" SHE 'HAD--SO SHE SAID--SUFFERED GRIEVOUSLY FOR THE SINS OF OTHERS. NOW HER PAST WAS THREATENING TO ENGULF HER. SHODLD SHE TELL THE MAN? -"WOULD YOU HAVE DONE SO? SEE THIS PICTURE AND SEE WHAT YOU "WOULD HAVE 'DONE. ALSO A GOOD COMEDY. THE PEERLESS.COWBOY STAS, ROY STEWART, I N H I S LATEST .. . BLOOD AND THUNDER PICTURE IN THE TRIANGLE : DRAMA OF THE WILD WEST "FAITH ENDURIN'" 'ALSO A SELECTED COMEDY.- ORPHEUM THEATRE TOKAY AND TOMOBKOfl Thos. H. Ince Presents DOROTHY DALTON in "Love Letters" A. Powerful Story of Love and Mystery. ALSO BILLY WEST .IN Â·'THE SCHOLAR." CONNELLSVf LIE'S BARGAIN CENTER ONLY A PEW DAYS MORE To Benefitlky This Great Once a Year Profit- Sharing Event--Our First ANNIVERSARY SALE Hundreds of Bargains not mentioned in this "ad." are awaiting you. Come and see how much you can save. Ladles' black or Â·white Silk C.loics 49c TVomen'g Coverall Aprons 87c - Children's G Jmm Dresses 87c fewest plaid Dross Gingham ' 19c 2 Tests for TTO- men at 25c .Extraordinary One Day. Anniversary Offer ACTUAL HP TO $5.90 ' Trimmed Hats A money-savins opportunity that will create a stir, when you see the beautiful Hats. All new arrivals. No two allek... TTomen's embroidered Underskirts 69c Hen's Working Sox. pair 9c WONDERFUL BARGAINS In Women's and Misses' Suits Coats Real $22.50 to $25.00 SUITS .- Rea.1 $18:75 to'?20.00 COATS , Real $18.75 to $22.5(T DRESSES : them It would take pages to describe ionable model of the season--every material and every color. Women's and Misses' $5.90 value SILK SWEATERS. $4.87 Men's Working y^ see Men's Sport Shirts Boys' Cloth Suits n__.$3.87 Women's' fine Corsets Â·Boys' Hats _________ Children's -J -| _ black Hose JL L C Khaki Pants SILK and TAFFETA S-K-I-R-T-S Actual $5^0 and $6-50 Tallies More than a dozen different styles to choose from. Newest stripes, plain blues and-blacks. Also Serge and Poplin Skirts. aa\ _ ECKttANS __ alcerbj J. FOR COLDS If taken In time, t n i s Cxletum. compotind letrtciw the- tick of chronic* throat or lunf troabte. All the r*jmtxU*l and tonic qual- 1tlÂ»Â« iuÂ» comtirje^. in this Calcium corn- No hurn/.ai druc8. Try them to- 50 cenUa box. indnding TRtf tax I Want Ads--1 Cent a Word. UP TO TltB MAJV, You get ha,tr whÂ«n you use our BAIiD HKAO HAIR. GROWTH RE Teljrtion* and aak questions. Three Days ^ e Soisson Thursday, Friday and Saturday 'The Great Screen Spectacle--the Warrior with the Wonderful Maciste, Star ol D'Annunrlo's "Cabiiia" Has Garnered Another Record. This Picture Has the Most Remarkable "Punch" Ever Made, and Abounds in Hair Raising Thrill's. 7 TREMENDOUS PARTS.' Commences at 2 P. M. and 7 P. M. Prices--Adults, 25c; Children, lOc. Nothing Seen Like "MACISTE" in Connellsville. HAVE YOUR PRINTING DONE AT THIS OFFICE. Yough House RESTAURANT Vnfler 'en - Management* A Clean Quiet Place lor Your Family to Eat. Let Us, Know What You Want and How You Want It. GOOD SERVICE. Mrs. C. J. Armstrong, Prop.