The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on May 10, 1918 · Page 12
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 12

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, May 10, 1918
Page 12
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TneGratet Stock of in Connelkville : tar of eowtcedic - At $1.50 to $10 Sailors At $3.50 Tyos it $5.00 Bangkok At $5 to $10 At $7.50 to $(0 Bak Bun ties Ckteafo at rittaburg. m Briel j - 6 13 US akeucah LXAerc. Ifew Tort 7; Philadelphia 3 SwtfJta. f the CIA. Dickeraon Run. PKKE&SON SDK, Kay 9 L. H. Txnr and J. B. Tohi, pittsburt; & , Jake Eria oatlciali, weru bimoess call - U W Black. Georfe French were Con - business cullera Monday hmnsactinj budnesa htre yeaterday ;J(ra. William Kamaoy ol Dawson, iwaa the gnawt of trier da Mis. Arthur Heltboa ha returned TOding i few days visfl - ; her pBrenta, Mr and Via George r - Unsht, at frwst Newton. J Kn Edward Budd and Mrs. William ; aMl wen shopptoc in OonnaUSTilSe ads coat only It a word. .MBYiEHSDAlJ!, May 9 Mr and Mrs a A. Phillips returned today from Lonaconing, - where on 'Wednesday Ihey attended the mieral ol the former's cousin. Frank Phillips JCJss Myra lachliter of Salisbury. visiting and shopping in our city on Thnrsdsy Mrs 0 B Blrick ol Eaielwcod ia visiting Mrs Hannah Smiley Mrs. Geors - e MflJer and t - o soon - Keep Cool This Summer in a WrigM - Metzler "No - Wate" Snit They are clean and comfortable, well - made and smart. Wnght - Mefcsler "?fo - rate" Suits, treated with a special cold water shrinking process, retain their shape after cleaning "No - wate" Suits are here in a variety oi fabrics, and sizes to fit every man, at $13.50 to $25 The man who belleres ta preparedness wiH buy his now and be ready Tot the Tsir Srat day at torrid weather These - No - wste" Setts art ciclnsrne with tl See Cwm The DRESSES at $14.95 to $49.75 Sltk Dresses In taffeta and Crepe de Chine some sieejes are In a collection of smart styles will to you. Coming Soon! Annual May Sale of White Full Details at an Early Date Pretty New Skirtings Are coming m every day Some of the newest and most popular ones are WHITE POPLIN with plaids of colors blue, green, black and rose 36 inches wtte nd 55c a yard. WHITE FANCY WEAVE Skirtings of excellent quality, 38 inches wide and 5c a yard. Kayser Silk Gloves Ths range o styles m Kayser Silk Gloves ls so complete that yon find just the glove you need for every occasion. Kayser Silk Gloves wear longer than others because they fit peT'ectly at all pomts They settle smoothly over the fingers, palm and Dack, and the clasps meet easily at the Kf XawaHl Thrited rriends here on Thursday I MioMcnirKiiiociiKSMUttniH HBgaMni A I Ur - Dettl ot Greensboro Pa. I g! fclEEi OtH ffim f HawB TMitrag her sister, Mrs. A. R Berg I awaMPaawaWMawaTanBI Tialted friends here on Thnrsday Mrs. Mary Deal ol Greensboro Pa. Is - visiting her sister, Mrs. A. Mrs. Malachi Kelly of Sand Paicb, Mrs Wes Holsopple of Hockwood wns shopping and visiting here on Thursday Mr and Mrs D A. Kbio and Mrs Irwin Schrock spent Wednesday visiting in Cumberland Mr and Mrs M. J Poorbaush were PritUtown. PHrTT3TOWN,:May S Mr and Mrs. Raymond RMcBeth and friends Ronald McMillan, a'nd sister, Miss Ethel of Pittsmirg were the guests orer Sunday ot the former 8 parents Mr and Mrs John Millignn Mr and Mrs Chsrtos Qneer of Mount Pleasant were tbe guests here Sunday of their fnend Mfss Flora Davks Mrs Ojneer before her mar - rtaae waa Miss Berths Palm, a school teacher of the Turtle Creek school. Mr and Mrs Joseph Berg and Sam f Mm i i ii p a wawes" uel Mardis motored to Indian. Creek Sunday and spent the day with the family o( Mra Berg's brother William. Bcals Miss Grace Manila ls BpemlhiE this week at Ltgonler with tie family of her anKt, Mrs. Harry Hhodes Mrs John Cramer ftnd daughicr af Bickersot Ktm, Mraccs Eva and May Etlmg of Preeis Mr and Mrs Bert and laroily of PennsviUe, Mr sad Mrs D 1 FiLigeraW and W Layton of Seottdale were the guests Sunday ot Mr and Mrs i !. Freed flrioD Berg ot near PenitSTlUo iras here Vedneadsy vrirh his parents, Mr and Mrs Joseph Bers P.ead our adrertlsemetitB spend - Indian Creek. CKCiHK Mav S Mrs H C Hoover i5 spending todaj among Con - MQisi'iBe mends aad slrappitiK Engine No 3 cm the Indian Creek Valley railroad is again disabled. Rodney Woodmaacy returned to dut on the Indian Creeit Valley ran road today Miss Coneva Cole Croat Leisenmg spent a day bere ajDoas" frienls Joseph libs - from Oakland Md. is spending a few days with tils Darenfj; Mr and Mrs J JI Dlig. Charles Miller ( - cm Connellsnlie spent a few daye arnong - ull Run friends Dave Murrj is band og Jib throttle on hUsne No 2 an ttie Iudiai: Creek Valley railroad todav Boudoir Caps Caps of Satin and Crepe d Chrce lace and ribbon trjenmed, at SLOO to $2.25. Caps ol China Stlk ant Snun. lace and ribbon 66c to fUOO. Auto Veils CDJUon VtUs SLtrrjTT - errjroor, heicsdtcfcied rose cold srecn - stena tan and grtj - at 2 - 50 to S3 - 50s ChJTon Veils hemstitcixd rose navy browTi ad tsn at $1.15 to 12 - W. 1 ! i Wriata I store t a. . 1 1 FRIDAY, MAT 10, 191S. The U. S. Foo.d Administration Says 'SHORTEN THE WAR BY SAVING WHEAT" Spring and Summer Necessities for Men and Women Beautiful Silks Crepes and Foulards Difficult to choose between them. Then both are to laaaiDnable ud can be worn throughout the summer Crepe. Meteor and Crepe de Chine are her in black, white and a splendid range of shades at fUA a jar. FOULARDS are almos: equally varied every Imaginable color combination being hen. Many ol the handsomest designs are ours ex - chiMvaly Widths are J to 40 lnchw. Frists fS - Ot adfed $2j0 a yard. SPECIAL! 500 Yards CURTAIN RETS Perfect m - manufacture "but slightly soiled on the edges In white One Fourth Off A Late Shipment of Boys' Black Stockings Special, 25c Pair Theae should ha been delivered to us hue Pall and hare only now arrived. In crmecoenoe the price is considerably lower then today's market price. They are the sturdy, heary - rtb - bed black cotton stockings that are known aa a Fall weight, bat many boys wear them cow and thro. shot the Sumfflw Vise mothers will buy them now for next PaJl when prices win moat likely be higher In sties 6 to ID SUITS! i COATS! DRESSES i That Show All the Successful Styles for Spring Are Assembled Now in Absolute Completeness Displays that are important because ot the splendid selections and extraordinary values presented Important, too, because ot very tec en t arrivals from New York whjh re being shown now for the Yery first time March and 4pnl bint at Spring attire - May do - humhIs it. There will be no better tune lor choosing your Spring Suit Coat or Dress than now. , The SUITS at $19.75, $25, $29.75 to $75 Eton military and ripple effects plain tall a variety ot new models that will adequately auppl Choice may bo had of aerre noplm gabardine Lncotine pan - et twill wool Jersey, stive - tone, fancies and Silks. These last hu. just arrived and embrace a color range of tonne, prune navy black and (.open Sill hint prices begin at $35 and at to MMO. The COATS at $15, $19.75 to $75 Fuji belted and side - bolted effects in Kilvertone, dicottne pairet tiv II bollvia, covert, gabar4un serge and poplin Shown In ecry one ot the wan od new colors and in a complete range ot sizes There Is no chance ot any cost wish or e tber women or Kit betug satafli vnth beautiful georgette 7 T ! ! 18c each mel forcibly to well dressed ZiWTxP I - , rsv 5 Other street dresses are ot Scree sometimes used 31 combination with silk, and at all tiara very stylish and serviceable. serai - tailored and dressy - in jk r need ol women misses and 4E I Women's Mercerized Cotton Stockings 65c the Pair good quality m black, white and most of tbe good colors tan grav brown, smoke, champagne and the lig iter shades They are seamless and the feet are well reinforced SPEOAL! 600 Women's AH Linen HANDKERCHIEFS Made of sneer Irisb Linen, plain hemstitched and marvel ously good for e very - day use Gould hardl be bought at wholesale todav lor our retail price mm 11 i Klemert's SA'Vi Rubber Sheeting Sffi jflf Good for Baby Jfcl MtPhsS J Good for You billy's and ar 7 ours ell cmt, Ptrt Rubber Sh.Delins' an criS or bed and lei fcby It on baby's carnage preae - ve the coOies and cush - KletnerfB Itabber Sheeting ls - r?irtrpnjoi, acirlproof and indis - peoelbie Jn nttraery or sictTrxim, S 4o 4& xirje, at fl - 00 to tlte yard - Ribbons! Fancy Brocaded HIbbtms In sollil shades and tro - tone eCfects pink - and blue, wbitc - and - hine, it 66c to KLOO yarn. Plavl Rfbbons In al! the new light WnshsiE Plaids 5 to 7 . SOcto 86o yard. for hairboTTE, S inches Tdie, are 50c yard. Polka Dot SlboOES. purple, black s.nd na,vy - iih white dots, 5 toches mde at 7oc jaid. Moire Kboeus to. all shades, 5 ta 6ti laches wide si Mc and 59e TErd. Mothers' Day Greeting Cards and Booklets to grve ox send mother, 10e to 35c each. "STy Mother a Prayer by Tom Dillon' framed, at 1.00. tmaA .1 e - i an """" wiiFir. I . , ..hBea.tlfnlWaahai:atCTllBIn - hem I Sunday - Iay Twelfth U Wool Suit and Topcoat, all tax, $15 to $45 j rite inspwlwn. j 6oc to $1.75 Pair ' ' It M e Verd ale I sVe rv' - n roia Johnctown, where j a "" "' m.. . , . 1 r.":?. XkTJufiieaAXTJMiMm HKVsl ! it ms at the akc.uje it - s good !! upeaoinp - Jie' week here with rcliUvcs m yamVar m . rOV'.i j Keyersdals Sustness visitor on Thurs - ilLSTI'SSnbSiTJ'SEf JZL 'T' ""T " AB .... ... 4T ZXZZL5rZ m Jkf, W THE THEATEE WHERE THE SHOW LS ALWAYS GOOD His. Joseph Levy ot Somerset ls Chrof Afeu - opMcJ - ,!,, r . LtlVW .wending a tea - day - here wria rela SrS1 u,,rftK J.. iimjK;fftt. j CHAELES W. BOYEE PEESESTS The Acme of Miniature aiusical Coined Organizations. "The Girls From Loveland" A BIG WHIRL Y GIRLY SHOW ATD THEN SOME Tn a Repertoire of 3riniatrrre Musical Comedy. Special Scenery Exquisite Gowns deter Comedians A Boof CJorden Show at Submarine Prices. 10 MnslHl Comedy Favorites 10 Catchy Msl Pretty Girls Qeicr Dancers Mutinee IaHy 2:3010c - ioc Siebt 7:L10 and 915c - 30c. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY "LONESOME CORNERS" A Prappe of Fun. HAVE YOU TRIED OTTE CLASSIFIED ADLETS ?

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