The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on May 21, 1918 · Page 3
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 3

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, May 21, 1918
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TDESDATf MAT 21,1918. THE DAILY COUHIBR, CONNELLSVILIJB, PA.. NEWSY NOTES TELL WHArS HAPPENING IN THE MILL TOWN Red Cross Campaign i» Opened; Town Covered With Posters. TO CAMP SATURDAY tnis is Schedaldl to Leare Bolti- ·we * Ohio Station at Eycrson at 8^0 A. 3t, Oflwrs 60 rrem West Newton; local B«T In Sail Scrrice. Special to Th« Courier. SCOTTDALE, May 21-- The Red Cross War Fund campaign was started In earnest yesterday morning when Chairman Fred L. Brown opened headquarters (or a week in the office on Pittsburg street formerly occupied " by the Laughrey Insurance and Real Estate company. A large banner was .displayed in front of the -headquarters. nuVtag it very attractive. Posters are distributed over town. Some of the very best posters Mrs: A. J. Skemp has ever made are on disp'ay, especially the one in the headquarters window. Very clever posters arc also on display made by Joseph Goethe. For S»le. Brick house, paved street; heater. bath, gas, electricity, hot and .cold water; also lots on. paved .street Boi 471, Scottdale. -- Adv.-21-St. . . . Eighty leave .Saturday. Eighty men will leave Scottdale over the Baltlmor't Ohio for camp in th« next draft call on Saturday inorn- _ ing at 8.20 o'clock. They will entrain at Everson. . Others ivill entrain at West Newton and will Join tie others In Connellsrille. The draftees wil 1 'report Saturday morning at 8 o'clock at the T. M. C. A. A supper will be served in the Y. M. C.~A. at 6.30 o'clock on Friday. ... Ball Giune Satin-day. : The-; Bverspn Athletic · association will open -:its season" on' Saturday at the Everson shop grounds when it . will meet the Mount Pleasant Independents. · " * Bits on,YJ.sit.. Archibald Bathgate, aged 80 years, who was visiting at the Arthur avenue home of his daughter, Mrs. H. C. Stevens, died there .on Saturday evening. Funeral sen-ices were held and the body was taken yesterday morning to his home at Philli]sburg, where interment will take place. New Physic*! HJrector. Elmer Carroll, the star end of Washington and Jefferson, has taken up the physical directorjhip of the T. M. C. A. until called imo the service or re-enters- college next fall. J»nior-Sraior Banquet Invitations are out for the Junior- Senior banquet, which will be held in Beid-ball on'May 30. ' I» AerUl 3DJ1 Sorrlw. 1 The Elks of Stjottdale have received a letter from Jack Bates, a 'former Scqttd*lftoy irho enlisted- in, the Signal-Corps in December, saying he is one of the 18 chosen to be transferred to the aerial mail service between "Washington and New York. He is now stationed at "Washington, D. C., and likes the service and is getting along finely. Mr. Bates spent two winters fa the Arizona desert in the gorenunent reclamation service prior to nis enlistment Friends feel that tins Is quite an honor to have him identified with the first aerial mail service of the. government. Enters Carnegie Tech. '.' "William Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Miller, has enrolled at Carnegie Technical school, Pittsburg, for the course that opens June 15. This course prepares the men to enter the officers* training camp. Thb is TOOT Big Opportunity? Will you choose it or lose it? Beau- The Secret of Prodnmg Luxuriant Bar Is found in the use of Cuticura Soap shampoos preceded by touches of Cuticura Ointment to spots of dandruff, itching and irritation. These fragrant, super-creamy emollients tend to save the hair, clear the sWn and meet every want of the toilet. S«ph Euh Tr~ kr H»R Addm portend: "Cube--». P^pt. 4T.Ion.-.- Sold everywhere. So»p2Sc. OincraeatZSaiictSac. · Howard Adams was a Pittsfcrarg caller 'aSturday. At the monthly league meeting held Friday evening the following officers were sleeted for the ensuing year. President, Win. Baker; first vice president, Mrs. J. O. Stenger; second ' vice president, Miss Esther Thorpe; third vice president, Mrs. H. "W. Beamer; fourth vice president. Miss Alice Stilley; secretary. Miss Clara Hixenbaugh; -treasurer, Paul Hixenbaugh; organist. Miss Elizabeth Davidson. At tie league cabinet meeting held Monday evening the following soliciting committees were named for the Epworth league convention to be held here in June. The town was divided into the fo^wing sections and captains were chosen for each: Fretts Corners--Captain. Ed Martin; committee, Mrs. Elliott Luce, Miss Kate Carson, Mrs, Edward Eam- sier. Stewarts Comer -- Captafn, Mrs. Mollie Lawther; committee, Mrs. I. H. Eaugh, Mrs. Harry Crawford, Mise Dessa Hall. Bank Corner--Captain, Mrs. R. P. Kamerer; committee, Miss Cora Martin, Pauline "Hodgkins, Mrs. -T. "W. Weimer. Sticfcel Corner--Captain, Harry Hixnbaugh; committee, Mrs. H. H. Slocum, Mrs. J. O. Stenger, Mrs. "W. C. Townsend. Publication- committee--H. H. Slocum. .. Conveyance committee--Captain, J. B. Snyder, assisted by the Home Run class. Messengers -- Ada Buttfirmore's class of boys. Miss Marguerite Stickel and Ellis Stickel spent the week-end with friends at McKeesport. Edward Westfall, who underwent a head operation at the Oniontown hospital, returned home Saturday much improved. FROM ECZEMA S»n Cnra Ointment Is n Ointment for Xany Other Dis- San Cura Ointment has cured many cases ot itching, bleeding and protruding piles. It has drawn the poison from and completely healed running sores and fever sores which, were so old and chronic that everyone who saw them eonsjdered them helpless. San Cura Ointment is guaranteed by tiful spring mercnandise is awaiting the lAUghrey Drug Co.; Connellsville, your inspection.' These garments an * th e Broadway Drug. Co., Scott- were especially purchased for a Quick turn-over in- which you will get most of the profits. "We are not only selling these garments at rocte .'bottom dale, to do as stated above, and also to banish . tetter, salt rheum, bqjls, carbuncles, to heal ulcers, cuts, burns, scalds and bruises, or money back. prices, the prices are even below the The s"TM* guarantee holds good for ,rock. These coats, suits, dresses, inil- linery, underwear, hosier.' and furnishings that other s:ores charge anywhere from |2 to }10 more than, we do, ought to induce you to call and convince yourself that we are really the mecca of the bargafu ".hunter. Broadway Ladies' Store, Scottdale, Pa. As you get off the car,-- -Adv. Other Sens. Mrs. J. f. K Miller spent Sunday at Winchester, Va. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. "Wr»y motored to Derry Sunday, where they visited friends. Mr. and Mrs. H: B. l*e ot Bdwin avenue, haye rucelved word that their son. H. Martin, Lee, a member of the 110th, Machine Gun Company, had arrived safely overseas. Perryopolis. PEHRYOPOUS, May 20. -- .Mrs. Comfort McKee of, Sidney, pa., has been visiting town friends the past week. Mrs, Howard Lynch and Mrs. Daniel Essingtou were Pittsburg visitors Friday. Mrs. M. W. Eyers was a Connells- /ille caller Saturday. ilrs. W. J. Law has returned from he Pres-byterian hospital, having un- lergone a successful operation four veeks ago. Professor and Mrs. Fife and Misses ielen Col* and Kathryn Barr were ^onnellsville callers Saturday. chilblains, chapped hands and face, so you risk not a penny when you bur a jar for 30c, 60c. or tl.20. For tender skfn and to secure.* perfect complexion use San Cura Soap. It's the best aoap for babies, too, W it prevents contagion -- 25 cents. Thompson Medical Co., Tituaville, Pa. -- Adv. Dunbar. DONBAR, May 20.^-Mtas Elizabeth Condcen ot Pittsburg,- spent Sunday here with her mother, Mrs. Kathryn Coudren. Messrs. Clarence smith and Wilbur Foltz left Sunday night for Indian Head, Md., where they hare enlisted in. the marines. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wishart and family anil .J. D. Marietta motored to Scottdale Sunday. ·Misses Birdie and Evelyn Kelly spent Snnday afternoon In Connellsville. . OKPHEIM THEATRE. "THE BANDIT AND THE PEEACH- PJHCE ro, Dpusrlas Fairbanks appears In "The Half-Breed." Thursday, "William Russell is starred in "Hearts or Diamonds'," a Witliain Russell production. Patronize those who advertise, Bmnstead's WonnSymp A '·?· wid »nr Mttmutj tor "Wermm, ·tool uw tMV lor 90 T»n. rr JUTJU pjtm. TO obUdzra it a « «E»«I ot ·MTCT. TJ.T.lWtWT TO TAKX. O ' nonn. no nrmc WMJOHXD, on* lj«ttl« ]» klUM 132 wormE. All «ra». rl«. ud dMl«n, or DT nuUI-95o · kot. cn. c. A. TOO Make Use of Your Connellsville's Reliable Homefwnishers Since 1891. J This: Summer make your Porch a. real "Resthaven"--a cool, inviting retreat where you can enjoy every possible comfort. And let Araon's supply your needs--then you are sure of getting the best at the lowest possible prices, CREDIT, IF DESIRED Special Values in Porch Swings This 4 Ft Solid Oak Swing ...._- T.o Make Your Porch Cool and Comfortable! \ PORCH SHADES This 4 Ft. Solid Oak Swing Prices upward d»O from as low as t]5O« Cool, Comfortable Kaltex Furniture. Your Choice of Fibre Rocker or Chair in Beautiful Ivory The seat cushions are removable and arc upholstered in a very fine grade of cretonne which is fast color. Either Chair or Rocker is suitable for use in the living room or porch, their delicate tint of beautiful Ivory in contrast to the bright cretonne makes a very ing combination. Exceptional values at this price. ONE HECE-PORCELAIN LINED REFRIGERATORS Ten Walls to Save Your Ice! Lined with Real Porcelain made all in one piece! No crack or crevice (or dust or germs! No wood exposed anywhere! Easy to clean! See the Family size Leonard we're offering r_ $8.50 Entire Fourth Floor Devoted to Davenports and Davenport Suites! one of the new models--a value that cannot be duplicated anywhere, i Avoid Long Hours in the Kitchen this Summer! With intelligent use of the Hoosier you-caa do your kitchen -work in half the tim£ you must (ROUDOOT take without this labor- 1 HOOSIER saving sabinet. Look ahead--think of the daily recess Hoosier will give you to spend in cool comfort. See Hoosier Demonstrated! range upward from as low as Carpets and Floor Coverings-- Entire Second Floor Right now is the time to purchase Rugs, Carpets and Floor Coverings. We are now showing greater.varieties o£ designs and patterns at prices that will save you at least 15 % to 25%. Come and See These Values. Tapestry $19.75 9x12 Genuine Brussels Bags at ,_ 9x12 Extra Heary Grade Axminster 9x12 Woolen Fibre Rags, Special C I A 7P» at only *pJ-vl» I tj 9x12 H%h Grade Tapestry 'Brussels Sags (POO KA- a* cD4?7.OU 10-tel3-6 large Boom Size. Body Brussels Whittall Bug--Special at All Floor Coverings Laid Free of Charge--By an Expert $47.50 S69.50 A Special Value in Beds! nris Xiarge, Massive, 3-inch Contiiro- ons Post iroa Bed, only Finished in "White Enamel, Mahogany and Vernis Martin. Bag heavy B inch coatinuons posts and large 1 inch fillers. A very big value. PARAMOUNT JHEATRE --TOBAI-- TRIANGLE PRESENTS THE PEERLESS COWBOY STAR, ROY STEWART IN "BOSS OF THE LAZY Y" A THRILLING WESTERN PLAY OF THE MOST ARTISTIC ORDER. ADAPTED FROM CHARLES STELZEL'S NOVEL OF .THE SAME -NAME. LOVE, HATRED,. QUICK SHOOTING, HARD RIDING AND FAITH. ALSO A GOOD COMEDY. ALSO UNIVERSAL WEEKLY. TOMORROW SUPPOSE YOU WERE A BEAUTIFUL YOUNG GIRL. SUPPOSE A HANDSOME YOUNG- MAN ASKED YOU TO BE HIS WIFE IN NAME ONLY JUST TO HELP HIM LAND A BIG JOB. WHAT YOU.LD DO. \ SEE CAEMEL MEYERS IN "THE MARRIAGE LIE" AND THEN COMB TO A CONCLUSION. ALSO AN L KO COMEDY. PATRONIZE THOSE WHO ADVERTISE PATRONIZE HOME MERCHANTS WHO ADVERTISE IN THIS PAPER. ORPHEUM THEATRE --TODAY-- "WILLIAM. S. HART IN ."THE BASDIT ASB THE rBEACHEU" Also the Paramouut-Mack Sennett Comedy "A SEIF-MABE ---TOMORKOYr DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS IN "THE HALF-BREED^ Thiu-sday--William Russell in "Hearts or DiamoniLj: Cbange of Program Three Times Weekly 'Wliere Erery-» lody Goes. Always Worthy While. Week Beginning Monday, May 20th Matinee 2.30. Night 7.30 and 9.15. A Resplendent Riot of Ti nkling Tunes and Song Successes Mary Brown and Her -IN"Stranded in 10 REOPI/E--THE SEASON'S MOST WIXSOG TBEAT--PEOPLE 10 SPECIAL VAUDEV1IXE FEATURES BEOW3f AJfD KESKEDY MUSICAi WA1KEKS ..GIHL CHOBUS BEAUTEOUS MUSIC INSIDIOUS MELODIES JREFRESHESG COMEDY i PKICES--MATEVEE, lOc AXD 15c; SIGHT, loc AKB 30c. Oh the Screen--Helen Holmes in "The Lost Express" C lei*

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