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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, May 24, 1918
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FRIDAY, MAY 24, 191S. THE DATLY COURIER. CONNEIiSYILUS. PA PAGE NEWS OF THE DAY AT ML PLEASANT BRIEFLY RELATED Well Known Local Peopie Married at St. Joseph's Church. MOYlfc BAY IS OBSERVED Inttrcsfir,;; Exercises Held by Members of the Senior Class of the Public Schools; Two Arrests Arc- Made In Counectlun with Hrabal lieath. MAN WITH IRON MASK. This person was ajraysterions prisoner of France, \vhq was closeiy con- .fined) for years by the State!, and died in the Bastille in 170?,. He may have been a twin brother of Louis XIV. Who knows? In this century, it is no mystery how we ;5 can get strong, for by putting iron in our blood we become strong men or women. The strong men of today are men of red blood. Men gain en"'.y ergy, vim, visor, by taking a new combination of soluble iron with valuable native herbal extracts, called " Iron-tic." This is the discovery of Dr. Pierce and his able assistants at the Invalids' Hotel in Buffalo, N. Y. By experiments and actual test this ] new combination of iron will act as la tonic, increasing the appetite, in! creasing: the number of red blood j corpuscles, thereby feeding the nerves on fresh blood. The whole sys- ! terci feeis the invigorating' tone, and I instead of being pale, weak, nervous I or sleepless one feels like a new being. I A man or woman of real red blood js j ready for any or all tasks. Gain 60c. bottle of Irontic Tablets, or age. You will find that instead of pale cheeks, feelings of lassitude, tired; worn out, your cheeks will have coior, you will feel strong and i.'iK fever." PRETTY JlAXH-EJIHBOIDKREl) DRESS FOB LITTLE GIRL. Special to The Courier. · MOUNT PLEASANT, -May 24.--Miss Agnes M. -Murray and A. V. Melling- Cr of Scottdale. were married al S o'clock yesterday mornins at ihe St. Joseph's church by : the Rev. Join Hacketi. The attendants were Aaas- tasia Harmon of this place and Robert Keller of Scottclale. Kicliard iiowan and Mrs. NeilaE. his uausatev. Moving Up Day. was at the school last evening '°r moving up day. The program i.pened v,-ith music hy the orchestra. Elien .Mullen .called the class roll. Margaret Rega told of high school days. Ruth Bossart gave a history- of the ^ goroas g^d you are "ready for class and Evelyn Gulley gave the, the f ray ." Start now and you will juvenile history. Edna Eichei read the Seniors' confession and "William^ Lobinsier and Marie Queer were the :lass donors. Margaret Sandusky and Ellen Mullen contributed the class prophecy. Catharine Maniak read the class will. Frank Stoh! made the speech tt'neu the banner was presented, and George Benford. presi- rlent ot the junior class, ac.cept.-d the banner {or the. class. Raymond Binghaman unveiled the class picture. Lillian Gregory and Ruth East- Mi sang a duet. The program closed with music by the orchestra. Carl Ruder, president of the senior class, presided. Held'for Man's Death. Andy Macejke and John Kahrnak are being held under $1.000 bail to appear when tranted ic connection with the death of Albert HrubaJ, who died at the Memorial hospital a few days ago from a fractured stull. 1 Danghter Born. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton CrcsSy ot Pittsburg, are the proud parents of a .laughter born at the- Memorial hospital yesterday morning. FINEPROGRAMPROVIDED ! FOR LOCAL CONVENTION OF COUNTY SA ASSOCIATION; Jresl'*ent Herfaop and Secretary For. ! sythe to Xate Principal Addresses; i Many Other Interesting Features. The contention of the ConneDsville district of the Fayettc County Sitnday School association -will be held here Sunday afternoon In the First Baptist chnrch at 2.SO P. M. A fine program has been prepared one of tbe best programs ever presented at a district convention in ConnellsviHe if is believed. The meeting is rendered more important by the fact that district officers, will be elected. B. S. Forsythe and D. M. Hertzog. who -will make" the main addresses of the afternoon, aro known lo all Sunday school workers in Fayette county. Mr. Forsythe is well known to Sunday school workers all over the state. The program foltews: 2.30, song service; devotional exercises, Rev. "Wilbur Nlson; appointment of nominating committee; solo, Charles D. . Bailey; 3.00, address, County I'resi- dent B. M. Hertzos; 3.30, secial music, nriied quartet, composed ot Charles D. Bailey, Stantcn Dull. Miss Bertha Dull and Mrs. Edna Hibner; 3.40,. akess, "Reaching the Goal,"'B. S. Forsythe, "Wilfcinsburg; 4.15, .special music, mixed tiuartet; · lousiness 'session', report of nominating committee: election of officers; miscellaneous ·- -business; · 4.40, adjournment. (««MWWWWWWWlWWWV«fVVfcJVi«*»«ftS»««rt««S5fi^ No Previous Anniversary Sale Has Equalled the Liberal Offerings of this Sale Saturday we will draw the curtains on the last day of this Great Anniversary Sale. It has been most siiccessfui' the values wore better, the crowds have beau greater and more enthusiastic. The Big Store feels itself impelled by a sense of gratitude to repay its countless customers for past favors by making Saturday, the last day of this sale, A MAMMOTH BARGAIN CARNIVAL. U.VITKT) PEOFIT- SHARISft COVTOSS rifii all purchases inejin an extra saving of ·U£% on ivlmt you spend. So, tomorrow, we will give values that are extraordinary--Genuine Savings on merchandise of the Best sort. Come with the crowds, avail yourself of the Anniversary Savings and you'll always remember this Sale as the greatest you ever attended. Sen Hie display of 1 I reraiinnK piven FREE I with CSITED riiOFIT- ,SHAi(i7\-« rotrpo.NS. rrpmimn Parlor--Third I Floor. Children's IVhitc Dresses Special ... Crisp noTv' styles, smartly trimmed in Inco and embroidery. Size 6 to 1-i years. PO ..... _____ *\)U*\ $3.50 TVliito Wash Skirts Smartly made with pockets and belt. Just in time for Decoration Day at only S2.C9. CliildrcTi's np to $12-75 Coats ;it ..,,. Ciever. popular styles in Serges and Poplins, in attractive colorings, at ?!i.75. $7-50 to iS 10.00 Silk Skirts .._.. Silk Skirts in attractive stripes and plaids, sliirred pockets and belt, special ?6.S3. 31 isscs' Slip-Over Sweaters values ....... Brightly colored Knitted Sweaters that are so popular just now. Special here at ?4.90. \ This is a pretty hand-embroidered j empire dress for Miss Simplicity to wear when she goes calling. The belt is ca.ught into bows a*, the sides and ie designed 10 match the hair ribbons. TTho to Patronize. Those who advertise in The Courier. Daily FOR SALE Automobile Tires For a few days only Special Prices on all sizes 3T. S. CaU ami' Investigate at 611 rf CRAAYPOSD ATEM7E, TfEST SIDE.' Just Compare These Anniversary Savings "^'omens' 75c "SVhite or Black Silk Gloves 55c 'Women's 85c Pine Art Silk Hose 59c "Women's IDC Fine; Gauze Vests a*. lie Womcn'5 8!c Heavy Milanese Silk Gloves Smithfield. SMITHi'lELD, May 24.--In a letter to his. parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. j Jones, oE-'S:cnithfleia, their son Dunald I aprises -tliem that he was one of the ; apprises them that he T,-as one of the '· maa,.'Ohlo,. to go to the OBlcers' | Training ,cai»p. Camp Taylor, !uis- i Tille, Ky. This is the second promo- j tion for JJon. - Some months ago he was- promoted' to a sergeantey at Cainp Siierman. This is quite an htrnor and gratifying to his parents, as well as; to his host of friends in Smithflejd, his home town. Mrs. .C. O. Bosley and daughter, Beatrice; were L'niontown visitor.; on 'Wednesday. '. Postmaster Moats recently handed i "*:t to JV". S. Leech, cashier of tie i First National bank, the most ralu- ! able package t8at erer through this ' ofiice. ?The package contained S6C.OOO i in bonfis of the Third l,i!?erty Loan, i WlHam Hoover, son of .Mr. and j JI -a. EUie Hoover, who was k:Ue! .by ', a Tnll from a street ear at Uniontcwn. | u-nf. buried -!r.the Old Frame ceme- ' te^y uear his^ home in Nicholson: tc'-rnhrp Wednesday. ' ',. D. Uarasey of N'iciolsoni 'toivn- ; ^- r» v;\^ a boro«sh business visitor! TT urpday. ; i %I;s= ?T,:iln. Frrtn^enberry has q-ial- i i^'-M for the ·"·ervice and is TIOTV cp.~ry- : in^ the ^.ail nn R. D. No. 2 rvute fri'in this office. LEGHOHN, MEUAN AND AWCTE H.A.TS. SPECIAL DISPLAY OF SPORT AND COUNTRY CLUB HATS GAGE AND CASTLE HATS SHOWN. 111 TV. APPLE STREET. One-fourth off on all early season Hats. 68c Children's 16c Black Eibbed Hose, pair lie Women's 50c Summer Gauze Union. Suits 39c Women's 39c Silk Fibre Hose at 32c Children's 18c Pink and Blue Trimmed Socks, pair 16c Women's 75c Fine Gauze Union Suits 59c Three of New York's leading manufacturers sacrificed their Profits in this wonderful Purchase of High Grade All are Brand New--fashioned in the most advanced summer styles--were sold to us at special concessions for our Anniversary Sale as an example of appreciation for past patronage. That's why we are able to offer .such wonderful values RIGHT BEFORE DECORATION DAY. Tip to SNUfl Brand Sew Spring Suits, Coats and Dresses Featured at The garments In' this group are the latest styles, popular colors aad materials. Slzea for women, misses, juniors. ff to 885.00 jumd N«w Spring Splits, Coats and Dresses Featured at In thJs group 'are snappy BD-to-tDo-minute snlts, ctossy coats ind beautiful silk ·.::·! TJf to S25.00 Suits and Coats Brand Kerr Spring Featured a-t In this group aro the most eitraordiiiiw'y values, sacrificed to us specially for this anniversary event. Sizes fo- ivonicn, misses and Juniors. TJp to 815.00 Dnind 5ew Spring Suits, Coats and Dresses Featured at These garments will bo a real sensation v/hen they are placed on sale at this popular price. Finest up-to-the-minute suits, snappy spring coats and handsome now dreasea. Worth- White Anniversary Savings ?»fen's !0c Underwear, Shirts or Drawers, 69c .Men's Regular $1.00 Muslin Night Shirts, 74c Rloomcr Knee Pants at J | 59c .M-n's $1.50 Grey or Kcru Union Suits Lot of Ah'-n's Dn-.^.s Shins, 59c Boys' Regular 33c Blnuse Waists at 26c 69c Men's up to $1.50 Dress Shirts. 94c Coys' S1.25 Fine Quality Dress Shirts 89c Six Eighty-five is a Popular Price for These Eyeryonc oi Th«m Are worth $8.00 to $10.00 The models include popular Trench Goaf,, Pinch Backs and Norfolks in new mixtures and plain colors. Size:; 8 to 18 years. One lot Boys' Suits, values up to $7.50, at _______ ; __________ Boys' Wash Suits In a variety of smart new models -- in. all white or color combinations. Priced at 59c, 95c 5 $1.25 and up. Extra--Anniversary--Special Up to $27.50 Special Jor Saiiin'siy. the lust These Coats and Suits are made in populur styles and colors m ri^e.-. I'or '.vnrzien and in^ses. Feainre:: at this low price ivincn P.teiin't ccycr the actual worth of the materials. Saturday vre feature the prcttiost styles and varicfios in Mid-Summer $6.50 to $S.OO Values at Distinguished stylej; of fine Milan, l.isere Straws and Leghorns in the newest shapes and colorings. Specially nieutioned a r u fashionable all white and al! black Hats. .Many to select from at Si.85. Children's up to 51.70 smart Trimmed Hats at ,, One lot Women's up to S4.90 Triru:netl Hats -..- ..._ $2.95 Kmery Here. ! ..'·Mward 13rser\ formerly (rave ing ^ pa,?enper ar»rt for the Baltimore '- C^io raflroad cornr-any. with head-! onirters in Baltimore iva? in tt-vrn · ye.-terday. ^^^. Emeri' Fevered h i s ; rb - mect!ori with the rap.road company '· in March and is now selling auto:no- ! SU'J tires. : He Is located in Pittsburg. I GLASSES THAT HI I That rest the eyes--that Improve '.^ r.igtu--thu-t give complete comfort. You get expert work at moderate cost here. A. L. Tucker, Oph. D. 105 South JUt»l)nr K Str««, Crisp New Summer Waists at SATBTGS Qualities " and styles, values and prices that prove Ihis to he the Waist store for you. Extra Special! Up to $2.50 Waists, 99c. [ Woman's »P to $3.50 jSViv Waists -Women's up to $2.95 A'ew Waists Women's up to $5.90 New Waists Women's up to $6.50 New Waists .. $2.4!) S1.S9 . S3.49 $4.89 UNDERMUSIJNS UNDERFRICED Itcgular o!)c Corset Covers rM(\ I*: - .i.v«rs ______ ..... _ .............. ,, CUc and 7!c Uudertiut.vlitis fit. ... ........ .................. J ot i "l-oTJl ir «ii 00 ' n i l _ __ Vl !') to $J 0 L n d e r - r j ^ 5sc '". 1 )t rsiw * /(j t: ' !| At Typical Ann!- \$j% versary Savings. .Y:i: PCS' ?2.00 \V!jitc | "Women's $7.00 Dark (.'jnvab Uabv Doll j Brown or Black Kid « m K I Oxfords § 545 ,*-"tj;i:en'^ .^.-'vj .\V\v j Misses' ?2.50 new Dark Drov. jj ];«ssi Boots ^ $6.95 T\'hite Canvas Shoes now S"| QfT only «PAwW rjfiMw^^

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