The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on May 22, 1918 · Page 5
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May 22, 1918

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

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WEDNESDAY, .MAT 22, 1918. THE DAUST coimrER, CONNELJSVHJ:B. PA. SEWS OF THE DAY AT MT. PLEASANT BRIEFLY RELATED Borough Policeman Among: - Those to I/eave in JS'ext Draft. jibRsm; FROCK or i! CHECKED SHE SDTfiKAX. i PAGE FTVE. : /BAYER SERVICE ..ON. MAY 30 j People of Community lirtittd by Uic ; Ministerial Association to Spend Memorial lay in Interceding I'or. .Hen" in the Army and liie Navy, i " Special to The Courier. lIOUJiT -PLEASANT, May 22.-- Police Officer William Howel.'s will leave ·with the drafted men frc.m here on Saturday morning. Mr. Howells has! been transferred {rom Arizona. Only ! last, week his brother, Marshal Hoi-- i ells of Arizona, left (rom. New York i lor overseas duty. | Memorial Day Prayers. The- ministerial association has decided to hold union prayer services on Memorial- Daj- from 30 until 11 o'clock in the United Brethren church to pray tor the boys over there. "All are invited. J.oneaes ProTitleil. Miss 1 Alice Hitchman of the hmch '· committee reports that the. Methodist , Episcopal- unit will furnish half the ; lynches for draftees leaving on Satur- i day. .The other is to be furnished by the Lutheran. Middle Presbyterian and Jewish ladies. . Committee Tlianks Public. At a meeting the Red Cross parade committee passed a vote o: thanks to ·all v?ho toot part in the parade or ' A chic frock for..summer morn-ings sleeves of white georgette. -'-.wn'o-helped-maie it-a suecfss. -A vote! is lhis one - f g,^^ of thanks was also given Mr. Tront-; E i l k gingham, with man of Greensburg for the use of his ' flags of the Allies. . . Banks 3Uy .Contribute. . :j$famti'P. Stevens,.chairman of the Red Cross War Fund cairpaign. has received "a message from headquarters stating that the directors of the 1 National banks may contribute so 'white checked its bodice and ; Confluence. CONFLUENCE, Hay 11.--A beauti- ^_ ful service was held in the M. E. ion'jTas' the war lasis toTed'cross" j *«ch here Sunday night when the work. Tie solicitors will surt this lad ' members of the Red Cross soc.- mormng and canvass tie local banks. *y. «' hi f h ^ done such noble work On V»r to fnat. I here - amended tlie church in a body "" ' and Mrs. Me ; ,de Mnlve- I a s a surprise to their belored pastor. Kev. W. JL Bracken, who proved hill stopped off here Saturday as guests of the tetter's parents. Mr. and equal to the occasion by preaching an Mrs. John C. Gemmell. Lieutenant i excellent and appropriate sermon. MMvehlU was on his way to New I *'· S. Bowers, the shoe repairer, is a.; York where he, with 150 aviators, had ·been sent from Teias, likely for over- "".'.".. Home From East Ml3« Rachel' Stoner has retorned frora a.'..trip to Baltimore and Washington, D. C. . tfUB OUT WRINKLES :j KEEP SKIN CLEAR The most delicate skin will quickly respond-to the soothing anil tonic effects of Hokaca when this pure skin cream is used. As a massage cream or after shaving it is nnequaled, removing all irritations, and making the skin soft and verrety. -Apply a little to the hands or face ' alter -washing and surprise yonrseH 'with the dead skin that cooes 'off. - Hokara is the only -antiseptic massage cream, and all skin blemishes soon disappear when it is used. Although far superior to the ordinary massage creams and sold on a guarantee of "best you ever used or money back," yet the price is a trifle; only 55o, for a liberal jar; larger size ,'.6be. . '·" Sold on a guarantee by A. A. Clarke. . --Adv. very sick manual present, with heart and nervous trouble. Preparations are being made for the proper observance of Memorial Day here. Jennie Scott has returned (rom a visit with friends at Somerset. John Stark, an employe of the Western Maryland Railroad company at Cocellsville, visited her · parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Charles Stark, here re-' cently. Mr." and Mrs. William Reiber of the West' Side, have received word that the stork has-visited the home of their sour in-lay aad daughter, Mri and Mrs. Howard at Cereal, and left- a bouncing baby boy weighing 10 pounds. The family now consists of two boys and one girl. Kev. David Flanigan of Pittsburg, preached at Addison, Pa., and Johnson chapel in place of the district superintendent. Rev. J. J. .Hill, Sunday. MTS. Harry Shipley and little son of Connellsrille. are visiting friends here at present. Patronize those who advertise, . ..v Vou have got to clean and clear the Ije'wels thoroly to have good health Rafter months of indoor life; you would · ,«dO so- iiow i* you could see them as you do your face or bands. Hollis- -teT's Rocky Mountain Tea cleans and ·.clears, as nothing else. Start tonight Oonnellsville Drug Co.--Adv. j Stop Itching Eczema Never mind how often you have tried and failed, you can stop burning itching eczem» quickly by applying a little lemo luraished by any druggist for 35c. Extra large bottle, $1.00. Healing begins the moment zemo is applied. In a short time usually every trace .of. eczema, tetter, pimples, rash, blackheads and similar skin diseases will be removed. For clearing the idem and tuking it vigorously healthy, always use zemo, the penetrating, antiseptic^liquid. It is not a greasy salve aad it does not stain. When others fail it is the one dependable treatment for skin troubles of aU'fcmds.. TH E. W.Eoie CX. Cleveland. O. TWOMYS THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, MAY 23 and 24 TM Q PAYS PARAMOUNT THEATRE --IODAT-- BLUEBIRD PRESENTS THE CELEBRATED SCREEN STAR; DOROTHY PHIliLIPS. IN . . . . : . . ' · · · · '"PAY A POWE1VFUL DRAMA IN riSrE,ACTS: . A1.SO A OOOD ' ' § "LEAPED FAME" A^*6RLJ)_ATtRAC'nO.N"-PRESENTING TWO BIG STARS, .BLACKWBLL, - AND EyEtYN GRBELEY. REVffiAV. The F*ower of the American Dollar Assumes its Greatest f 'Purchasing Strength Dollar Days. While the Anniversary Sale at the Big Store has brought forth the most extraordinary bargains^--and has saved hundred* of dollars for the patrons of the Big Store. Still the values offered in this Anniversary Dollar Sale will outshine them all. · The Bargain Cannon will boom in every department. Every item stands head and shoulders above competition. Plan to be here. Come and bring this ad with you as a shopping guide. "-*, Yds; 25c Toweling. Halt . Linen, heavy Crash . . . . . *· Toweling., to be'sold, in,5 to... 10 yard leugths.'value 25c yd., 5 yards for ?1;00. 0 5 Yds. 25c Muslin Yard wide Bleached Muslin now selling at 25c a yard. On sale Dollar Day' at 5 yds. for $a.OO. 2 Yds. 75c Damnsk Heavy Bleached Table Dam- ask, bea-otiCul floral patterns to select from, 2 yards for $1.00. 30 Yds. Toweling Bleached Crash Toweling very special for Dollar Day i at 30 yards for 51.(10. 5 Yards offc.Bress' Gingham $1.00 3 Yards White Skirting- Special $1.00 5 Yards. 25c Apron Gingham $1.00 4: Yards Op to 50e . Hibboiis $1.00 20 Yards lOc Torchon Lace $1.00 5 Yards 23c Unlileuchcd MusHii $1.00 6 pair Men's 25c Hose at - $1 Men's $1.50 Union Suits - $1 Men's $1.50 Dress Shirts - $1 3 Men's 75c Undergarments $1 0 Girls' $1.50 and $1.69 Gingham Dresses Tub-proof Ginghams in smart new plaids, stripes and checks; alao combinations. Special'-Dollar Day at SI.04. $1 2 Women's 75c Brassieres - $1 3 pair Women's 48c Hose - $1 2 Women's 75c Union Suits $1 2 pair Women's 75c Hose - $1 Boys' 75c Wash Suits 2 for Only - - - - - Clever styles in plain colors and combinations for the little fellow 2 to S years old. Special Dollar Days at 2 for ?].M. $1 Women's Popular $1.50 CORSETS Choice of Pink or "White, in low bust, long hip models,.?!.00. $1.50 Middie Blouses - - $1 Women's $1.48 H'se Dresses $1 Women's $1.50 Kimonas - $1 Women's $1.50 Petticoats - $1 $1.39 up to $1.69 Crisp New Undermuslins - - - - - Beautiful Gowns, Chemise, Skirts and Com- binationr lace and embroidery trimmed styles. Special Thursda.v and Friday at 51.00. Children's $1.50 Wash Hats $1 Children's $1.50 Dresses - $1 $1.50 and $1.69 Camisoles $1 Women's 50c Vests, 3 for $1 0 Women's $1.50 and $1.69 Newest Waists a t - - Women's and misses' smart Waists of Voile, Lawn and Organdies, lace trim:neil, also smart plaids included at only $1.^(1. "Vf omen's 'White Canvas Shoes suul Slippers, np to $4,00 Values Dollar Day Special $LOO KOBACKERC P "· " · THE BIG STORE Hisses' and Children's White Cnnyas Shoes and Slippers Up to $2»0 Values, Dollar Day Special $1.00 SOSSON THEATRE "SOMEWHERE ON THE WATER" .: One. of. tie Brighlest of Cc-raedies, Interspersed with New singing and Dancing. Assisted by Three Brilliant Comedians, 'This Company Changes. Its Comedies Three Times a-Weeki There'Will Also Be a Screen- Picture -Comedy. ·· "THE KAISFIt, THE BEAST OF BERLIX" A Pictur: to Make Your Blood Boil. · · - . A Remarkable and "Wonderful Picture. ' ." · · It conveys a powerful message for every true American. This- picture wrung round after round of appiause from the critics. You Must See This Picture. ' -. . PAY WJUT.E,YOU RITIE $1,395 IE CAB AHEAD* $1,395 ASKTHE MAN WHO OWNS ONE ·pilot owners 'are .th* moat ervthustastie "boosters. It SB a car of distinction, finished to suit your "individual taste. Forty-two different body colors to seUct'Crom, The Pilot carries the celebrated Teetor motor, tbe. .most silent running, powerful and highest priced motor placed in any car oC its class. Forty-five horse- power, six cylinders ·with removable head, 3.1-8 inch bore, and 5 inch stroke, it combines power and'econpmy. Oeauine leather upholstering, Belco lighting and' starting. 'IMMEDIATE.' DELIVERY and EASY PAYMENT TERMS. Write, 'phone or call for demonstration and literature. FRED F. SCHMITZ WEST SIDE GARAGE TIM BARGAINS :- 30x3 Non-Skid .30x314 Non-Sfcid.. 32x3% lyqn-Skid . 32x4 'Non-Skid _ . 34x4 Non-Skid -- po.oo 513.50 115.75 $21.00 J22.00 Other sizes in pro'porrion. · v- Bargains in guaranteed inner tubes. Gasoline Best Auto Oil _ 30c gallon 20o quart . AT Your patronage solicited and will give you a square deal. WEST SIDE GARAGE STATICS, SIDT;. ORPHEUM THEATRE --TODAY- DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS IN ' "TffE HA1F-BREEB" .. Also "The Screen.Telegram." ·WILLIAM RUSSELL, Fighting Hero o£ Snappy Action Photodrama in "itEAETS OR DIAMONDS" First Pictnre by 'Wm. Russell Productions. Friday--Saturday--Elsie Ferguson in "Tae Rose o£ the World." ' Change oi rrogram 'J'llrco Times IVeekly IVIii-re livery- Alwtt.TK »'urtli VVIiilc. Week Beginning Monday, May 20--Matinee 2.00 Night 7.30 and 9.15. Mary Brown and Her Presents 10 PEOPLE-- SPECIAL VAUDEVILLE --10 PEOPLE Brown and Kennedy Musical Walkers Prices --Matinee lOc and 15c, Night 15c and 20c. ' On the Screen--"The Woman in the Web." . ················ ·····*·«········»·*·······««········ *a« J FOR THE WORKINGMAN · SOUTH CONNELLSVILLE LOTS -5 . ARE BARGAINS. ····«···· «

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