jjy-.'v. Â· m? PAGE TWO. THE COUEIEK, CONNELLSVILLE, P. SATURDAY, MAY 25, 191S. AT MT. PLEASANT BRIEFLY RELATED Memorial Services for Veterans Will be : Uelcl Tomorrow TEE GRAND OPERA HOUSE -PKev; 1. f. -Harper WJll Deliver'flu : ;"~ermou; Total oi $29,4JO is Kc- t^_iÂ»rted in War -ronil; Italy Bay is "^.Appropriately Observed; Sotcs. ^T"; '! Special to The Courier. ---iHTrjNT PLEASANT, May 25.--The I Memorial services will be held Grand opera house at 2.30 tomorrow afternoon. The warn SORES VANISH San Cura OintiiK'nt Believes Terrible Skin Itch Like Magic--Cures Also Eczema. Salt Rheum and Heals Ulcers. A 3tost IVoRderfnl Ointment ---Thousands tavo .biased .the day they-first heard of San-Cura,."ior in thousands of homes- .in America, its -wonderful quick -acting, healing power has- freed from..temble affliction ;otie-pr more- person's. - . v --KsiraiUK sores or feror sores, no matter] how long standing, will .soon disappear when San Cnra Ointment is oscjl o r - W H will refund your money. It cures so often that the Laughrcy Drug Co., Connellsville. and Broadway Drug Co'., Scottda"le. guarantee i it for any of tie troubles mentioned iabove and for burns,..scalds, bruises, (frosted feet,", chilblains, boils, carbuncles, sore . nipples, itching piles. Money back if ; not satisfied. . . . . "San .'Cura .'Ointment is 30, 60c and. $1.00 a Jar. Acquire a "soft;. velvety; - . . . a ar _ c q u r e a s o t ; Tevety; :3lÂ»ert Warden Post witt the Sons of j blcdr skin "iy v ujiing San Cura soap : %terans and other o.- S anizat tons' wxlH ^ ali times, 4he antiseptic coap, 25 ' ' ' Â°' '.- 1 "Â·meet at 1.30 o'clock and match Into' "-'tbeVopera house. Th'e following p'rb- iJPGim has been arranged: - Prayer,-; ;KBV. A. "W. Barley;" scripture" ]ess6h,'[ IBjsir-.lR. L. Leathennan; music, choral j- Iass"; sermon. Rev.*. T. C. Harper';-^ :ESedicUon, K. E. Scott; song, "t -55." The audience is requested;:to-| *Be-seated until after die -Â·Sons have passed out. ... .\ . - Â· T\ ar Fund Kcport* Tre -following is a report of the i Fund money turned in to the of- rof the secretary, A. "S. Ovorholt, last evening: T. N. Seaton $1.378.75; N. 31. Crusan team, :Tta.53.25; J. P. "Werkmaa team. ?662.- :Sttt:H. C. Frick Coke company, $7.500; :3ESU.Jessie Freeman Priedline team, ^?S4i50; paid A. S. Overholt, secre^ ~'iy, $75.10; UmdiE-Surplr .compann "gM: Friendly UnIt,_$J2,1malclng a- ;|otal"- of 511,470.40. Scottdale avu-il- :Sj;" contributed $2,00') cash and ;Â£H,000 pledges, mafcinij- a- total of iL."; . Italy Bay Observed. ~^ZTbe local Italian societies held a - iSry. good paracie .in pbseryance of " Italy's entry into the war last eve- I'ffing.' The Municipal and. Polisn ~~53s, the PolisJi" societies, the Odd - "Fellows, and Italian, \socjeties .-with. "ItaHan boys-and 'girls'turned out. A "SSass meeting was .-held, later, at the " iKallan hall. '" " - - ;J"_~;' Dinner for OiScer. ;--^The members of th.e borough coun- :.XS",;B. B. Coldsmith, S. C. Stevenson,! ':3fcM. Crusan, Adam-Porter, Frank! ;J?fr.egner A. S. Overholt, Eugene j :.Saraen, P. E. Jainter, C. A. -Galley, | 'fBiar'gess Stevens, Chief Robert Smith,) "Policemen Joseph ."Wliite and Joseph' ."Gambles gave a chicken and waflle; "'limner at tne COT"restE-urant last eve- i ;itag for Police Officer William How- j Â·etls-who went ia the draft this morn-j - isigi, i .:Â£... Service Called Oi!. ' I'.'.TOwing to the fact ttait the Memorial' i. services will be held in the mornins | "Jthls year Instead' of tiie afternoon as i "Â·Jis't year the local. Ministerial, as- 1 "sbciatioc has called off the prayer ^services arranged for Memorial mornr cents. Thompson lledical Co., Titus:,'. Pa:--Adv-. Program For Next After reading" this program be convinced that we get the -best Â· The Evil Influence of a Lie is Told in "SOCIA1 HYPOCRITES" A"5.act Metro drama of love and high play, starring beauti- 1 ful MAY ALLISON. Also .a' Keystone' Comedy in 2 " Acts. TUESDAY Triangle Presents Powerful ..WILLIAM DESMOND in "SOCIETY TOR SALE" A gripping story of love and adventure. Also a good comedy and Cnirersal Current Events, illustrating latest war news. Ohiqpyle. li.'.OHIOPYLE, May -S.-- Mrs. F. K. tBailey spent Friday sflopping and ' --iisitins her parents. Mr. and Mrs. .A. "3. Cdlborn of Conn'el'.svllle: Â· Â· ^JIlss ISfarie Colbom of Rockwood ' : %'-tlie guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. -fiqlt :'~ion.'t fail to attend the Red Cross Â· ^ -sppper at the Ferncliff entrance to- It's a Blue Bird. Blue Bird Presents Charming ELLA HALL with EMOHY JOHNSON- and GRETCHE.N LEDERER in tho Fascinating Storv "A MOTHER'S SECRET" This is on e of Miss Hall's best pictures. Also a Good Comedy and a Pathe Weekly*. THURSDAY Decoration Day. World presents SIR JOHN- 1 | -SON -FORBES "ROBERTSON with the most remarkable cast ever assembled for stage or screen. It was only because : their, work was for charity that the brilliant leader's of the English stage are seen in this production -"MASKS AKT) FACES" Also aa L Ko Comedy and Current Events. As compared with the introduction pf the Easter fashions in April, the introduction of the summer fashions in May might almost be called the introduction of a new season. In April the air was cold and the trees bare; in May the buds are breaking and the sun is warm, and so far as the introduction of it is concerned--we start the Summer season with beautiful colors and airy, light silks and cottons in frocks--the smart and gay sporting combinations of the year in separate Coats, Skirts,' Waists, Suits, Hosiery, setting a pace for smartness much in advance of other seasons. Just because it introduces the .Summer outdoor apparel this will be a very important week here and it' is doubly important because Decoration Day is not far away and everyone likes Summer dress for that occasion. We invite you to visit this store of the Summer styles tomorrow and all week. .:;-JKss Eliza Show spent Friday Tis- '^Jtlng in ConnellsriUo and shopping. Â·I^rMrs. Harbaugh of Mill Hun was :7 popping in town yesterday. ' :i'JIJiss Verna JeSrier, who has spent t'ffie. past week here visiting relatives rHas! returned to her home. ;-:'Â· Dunbar. ^DUXBAR, May 24.--J. "W_ Stark of Â· rtSe West'Side,. Co'anellsTille;..wai5 a "^byuaJ-nesB. "caller' here-TliSjsSay-'- ' ; . ."C^5fl5s~Margaret CochrarT'bf "Uiilori-' town spent Thursday here the guest of" Miss Mal"Pbner J. -M:^'WHtt-and-* iontowji _were bnsinesa callers here rTlxursdBr. -.Â·;- -- -Â·Â· -- Â· : '_Â· '- V ^tr s ' Margaret^Iclipnaid;and dangh- SATURDAY" Goldwyn presents the' screen favorite oC millions who saw her in "Polly of the Circus," "The Cinderella Man"*and "'Fields of Honor" -- MAE MARSH in "THE BELOVED TRAITOR" ' The emotional drama of a good girl who outwitted a vampire. Also a good comedy and Pathe Current Events. See all the latest war news illustrated. '-... 'William Fannrm in "HKAKT OF A MOST" Dunn's have made a name for themselves in their Waist Department. ...They have always shown you the best Waists for the Jeast money. This season, like last, its Waist Department stands out with better values than ever. Don't fail to see our Voile Waists from 79c to $G.OO. Our Silk Tub Waists from $2.50 to $8.00. Our Georgette Crepe Waists from $4.50 to $18.00. We aro showing a larger assortment oE Summer Millinery than ever and our prices are wonderful On this class of goods. Our prices in Summer Millinery range from $2.95 to $12.00. Don't fail to see our table of $2.95 Hats. They are worth a lot more. ter, .irargaret, were caiiing on Mr. and Mrs. '-Adam -McDowell, who is a patient in the ;Unibntown hospital. Our Sample Sale of Coats, Suits And Dresses is still at its height and -we still have a good assortment left. We are giving wonderful values-One rack of Coats, Suits and Dresses, values to $30, Special $19.75. One rack of Coats, Suits an'd Dresses, values to $40, Special $24.95. One rack of Coats, Suits and Dresses, .values-to $59.50, Special $32.50. ft* HoMf at QUAUTV ,,Â«(S PrrrsÂ»u(W St C Tkr HOME of QuAUTV . s MPlTTSbuRC St NEAT TAnJ.ECU TRIJDIED IVl'i'n lil'TTONS ; Everyone who likes a "snappy 'cup of coffee finds interest in a cup of INSTWNT POSTUM Â£-This-Fnqdern beverage is so cpnvenient,so economical, j5crlaborsQvirig and practical, _and withal so satisfying r ihcit it is largely accepted as coffees successor at family table. Â· .YfieTfevor is excellent . and "even" and thereusfrio complaint about "poorc^ffee when one uses r -TODAT-- METRO PRESENTS THE VERSATILE STAR. EDITH STOREY IN A SCREEN' VERSION OF THE BROADWAY PLAY OP THE SAME NAME. ALSO A GOOD COMEDY. Â· MONDAY THIS EVIL INFLUENCE OF A LIB IS TOLD IN i! A -FIVE ACT METRO DRAMA OF LOVE AND HIGH PLAY, STARRING BEAUTIFUL .MAY ALLISON. ALSO A KEYSTONE COMEDY IN 2 ATS. . . . _ iuinMnnnM^^ IF IX'S AT THE AllCADE IT'S GOOD ^his Far-is gown is a simple tail- leur in gray- cloth, trimmetl with buttons - and Â· fray soutache braid. --TOIJAS" JiSS TOJTOREOIV -- Billy jasra FEEODSO.\ uf "KOSE OF THE WOULD" st in "THE HANDY MAN" MONDAY AND TUESDAY BILLIE BURKE IN "THE J.AXD Or PROMISE" THE THEATRE WHEKE THE SHOW IS ALWAYS G( WEEK BEGINSIXG MO'Â»AY. MAY 20. Mary Brown and Her Tropical Maids Present 10 PEOPLE--SPECIAL VAUDEVILLE--10 PEOPI Brown and $ennedy Musical Wai Prices--Matinee, lOc and 15c; Night, 15c and 30 On the Screen--James Montgomery Flagg Comedii TRY O'ffR CLASSIFIED ACS. OfiXY Ic A Â·Twenty-Three Icars ?astor. - The''23rd anniversary of the imstor- ate of Rev.- Ellis E. Burgess at Trinity LuUierac c'hurch will ho observed tomorrow in connection vnth the. 11 o'clock sei^'icc. Want Help7 T!ien..jise our. .classified column, si'.lts will f-jllow. Ee- Al)T,UfCF. IS TRICE 1 ATA"R'R'H 'Â· For head orthroat Catarrh try the vapor treatment 25(3--SOc--$1.00 : if?lSl Msrefeassts wlÂ© advertise m tiais gaper will gtÂ¥Â® yÂ®a fees! values for yossr- MÂ©siÂ©y. --TODAY-- 666 GIR] "5J A Screaming Musical Comedy. SATURDAY MATINEE FOR THE KIDDIES. --COMEfG-- JL J MONDAY, TrESDAT AXJ) 1VEDSESDAT This is not a battle picture. Yet it will make the audience der than acres oÂ£ slaughter. A remarkable and ivor.derful piciui there is anyone in America who doubts we are going 10 win th let him visit the Soisson Theatre.
What members have found on this page
Get access to Newspapers.com
- The largest online newspaper archive
- 8,600+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
- Millions of additional pages added every month